Summer Reading Assignments for CP, Honors, and AP Courses may be found HERE.
Johnson County Schools places the safety of our students and staff above all else. As we began planning for what the 2020-2021 school year will look like, we created a survey for our parents, teachers, and staff. Between the three surveys, we received over 1,000 completed surveys. Across each survey, the majority wished to return to in-person classes for the upcoming school year.
On Wednesday, June the 17th, Johnson County Schools once again partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank of North East Tennessee to distribute over 5 tons of food. This makes the third distribution of food during the COVID-19 closure. It is estimated that during these distributions Johnson County Schools’ administration, teachers and staff have handed out over 20 tons of food to the community
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) and the Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE) announced Tennessee families are now eligible to receive financial support for their children’s nutritional needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. This support is provided through the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program.
The Johnson County School System is excited to announce the addition of a school based mental health clinician in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 2020 Summer Professional Development calendar for Johnson County School staff is now available!
We don’t have as many offerings this summer due to the pandemic and we have added several online options.
Please have teachers contact the appropriate supervisor with questions.
While today is our last day delivering meals via bus routes, we want to take a minute to stop and thank everyone who made this possible for our students. Thank you to ALL of our cafeteria workers, bus drivers, administrators, teachers and assistants who worked together to feed our students during this time.
Our cafeteria staff produced an average of over 10,000 meals per week for the past 9 weeks!
Again, thank you to everyone who worked tirelessly to support our students and this program!
Johnson County Schools Food Service ROCKS!
Johnson County Schools have been using software for several years to communicate with its parents, staff and students about local events, school schedule changes and general school related information. There have been some major updates to the software over the past couple of months that have not allowed our e-mail communication to go out alongside our voice messages. This has created some confusion and has limited effective communication between the schools and parents. With assistance and guidance from our software team at School Messenger, we have a solution in place that will allow everyone to continue receiving calls via voice and e-mail.
Parent involvement is crucial to academic success no matter how old your child is. The Skyward Family Access Parent Portal is a tool for parents to stay informed and engaged in their child's education. The Parent Portal gives parents and guardians access to their child's attendance, grades, and missing assignments. Weekly progress reports are available as well.
This newly passed law provides revisions and updates regrading school attendance, truancy, and discipline.
If you’re going on to college, applying for employment or need access to your official school records, you can now request your records and transcripts via a link on our web site! Please visit our forms and links page for more information!
Johnson County High School is a public school serving grades 9-12. The common mission of JCHS is “providing a positive, safe learning environment to help students acquire knowledge and the useful skills necessary for productive citizenship.” The shared vision is that “every student and staff member at JCHS will come to school each day and perform to their highest potential.” We Are JCHS!