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Parent Teacher Conferences

Parent Teacher Conferences

Dear Parents, NWHS Parent Teacher Conferences will be next week on Tuesday (3/23) and Thursday (3/25) from 5:00pm-8:00pm at New West.

Tragic Loss

Dear Parents, As you may or may not be aware, our district has recently experienced a loss which has deeply affected us. It is with a heavy heart that we share with you...

COVID - 19 Positive Update 11/20/20

COVID - 19 Positive Update 11/20/20

November 20, 2020 Parents and Guardians: This announcement is to inform you of COVID cases in the Johnson County School District: Cloud Peak Elementary School: ...

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Jim Wagner

Jim Wagner

18 days ago

Dear Parents/Guardians,
The Johnson County school board voted Thursday night to approve and implement the revised Smart Start Plan for the school. The major change is the wording of masks are recommended and not required. All other aspects of the plan are the same. For instance, if your child is sick or showing any signs of being sick, keep them home. The district will still be requiring extra sanitation by students and staff when entering and leaving a classrooms. We are hopeful that the county will not see an increase in COVID cases.. If we do, the district may be forced or mandated to go back to requiring masks. Please do your part in staying clean and safe as we finish up the school year. It is expected by everyone to respect those who choose to continue wearing masks and those who choose not to wear masks.

Jim Wagner

Jim Wagner

28 days ago

Students and staff are still expected to wear masks tomorrow. Administration will be reviewing the smart start plan for changes and notifying parents over the spring break of the changes. School board approved administration to make changes tonight at the special board meeting.

Leslie Olsen

Leslie Olsen

2 months ago

Dear parents, Due to the extreme forecasted weather, Johnson County School District will not be running route buses on Thursday and Friday. School will be in session for all students who can attend and for parents who can bring their children to school. For parents who are unable to bring their children in to school, the schools will be sending devices home with your children to do school virtually, if you have internet access. If your child needs lunches provided from school during the next two days, please contact Ricci Sanders at 620-9206 by noon today, to let her know so she can send home the lunches. We are doing this to ensure the safety of our students.

Leslie Olsen

Leslie Olsen

5 months ago

Recently, Johnson County has experienced an increase in the number of positive COVID-19 cases, this increase directly impacts the functioning of our school system. The main goal for Johnson County School District is to provide for the health and safety of our students and staff. We believe that schools are the safest place for our students to be and we want to keep our schools open. The safety protocols that are in place in our schools are working to reduce the transmission of this virus. In order for us to continue our mission of guaranteeing a learning environment where every student grows every day in his or her overall well being and academic achievement, we need help from our community. Please remember to wear a face covering, maintain at least 6 feet distance from people in social settings, and frequently wash your hands. Thank you for partnering with us to keep our students and staff safe and participating in face-to-face learning.

JCSD#1 is committed to keeping our school buildings open and educating our students.

Leslie Olsen

Leslie Olsen

7 months ago

Parents and Guardians, please know that buses will be running on schedule this afternoon. Feel free to call the District office with any questions.

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