Leslie Olsen
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.
about 1 month ago, Leslie Olsen
Leslie Olsen
Parents and Guardians, please know that buses will be running on schedule this afternoon. Feel free to call the District office with any questions.
4 months ago, Leslie Olsen
Leslie Olsen
ALERT! ATTEMPTED CHILD ABDUCTION NEAR ANGUS AND WESTERN AVENUE. PERPETRATOR WAS A WHITE MALE, DRIVING A DARK PICK-UP TRUCK. PLEASE BE ON THE LOOK OUT FOR SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY.
4 months ago, Leslie Olsen
Human Resources
Catch up with the latest student stories, sports scores, and news updates. It’s everything JCSD1, in your pocket. Download the app on Android: https://bit.ly/3gs6wvL or iPhone: https://apple.co/2M03bpP.
5 months ago, Human Resources
Jim Wagner
Please see the following update from our Public Health Officer: Because of some confusion about the use of face masks and face shields at JCSD1, Dr. Schueler has now clarified by stating that masks only are allowed per Public Health Order #10. Face Shields will not be a substitute unless in the exempted cases outlined in the order. Dr. Schueler states that there is growing evidence that face shields do protect against COVID-19, but until the state and local public health offices approve of face shield use in the schools, Johnson County Schools should use face coverings or facemasks, and not face shields.
5 months ago, Jim Wagner
Human Resources
Y Donates 1250 Neck Gaiters to JCSD#1 Students https://jcfymca.org/y-donates-1250-neck-gaiters-to-jcsd1-students/
5 months ago, Human Resources
Human Resources
We’re thrilled to announce Johnson County School District #1’s new app! Access sports scores, cafeteria menus, news updates, even emergency notifications. Download the app on Android: https://bit.ly/3gs6wvL or iPhone: https://apple.co/2M03bpP https://youtu.be/B6U7w4wXIgo
6 months ago, Human Resources
Human Resources
New West High School, JCSD1's brand new alternative school is now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year. New West provides Johnson County students with an alternative opportunity for high school success through high-quality, personalized, integrated and community-focused learning. For more information call or text 307-278-9626. To apply go to https://www.jcsd1.us/o/nwhs. Applications are due August 14.
6 months ago, Human Resources