1 week ago
Johnson County Middle School - A Proficient School
The scores are in and Johnson County Middle School students have continued to shine as they received the classification of a Proficient school. PRIDE and RESPECT continues and the EAGLES continue to SOAR!
From the Big Sandy News:
Superintendent Steve Trimble noted in a press release that the Johnson County School District is ranked as one of the highest performing in the state, earning a distinguished classification.
"Our students have made us so proud!" Trimble said in the release. "As a district, we have scored in the top 92 percent of all Kentucky school systems. The system has earned a classification of 'Distinguished' which is awarded to only districts scoring at 90th percentile and above. Only twenty-five districts earned the 'distinguished' classification. Of the 25 districts scoring in the 90th percentile and above, twelve of them are independent districts. Johnson County is the twelfth highest scoring county school system in Kentucky. The system is the highest scoring district in the surrounding area, only to be surpassed by Pikeville Independent.
In addition, two Johnson County elementary schools, W.R. Castle and Porter, are classified as distinguished/progressing, with scores of 74.9 and 73.1, respectively.
Central and Highland elementary schools, and Johnson County Middle School are classified as proficient/progressing, Johnson Central High School is proficient, and Flat Gap Elementary is classified as needs improvement/progressing and Meade Memorial Elementary is listed as needs improvement.
4 months ago
Future Problem Solving Team at Internationals
Our JCMS FPS Team and Individuals are in Ames, Iowa preparing to compete in the International Championship. Last year both JCMS and JCHS brought the International Championship back home to Johnson County.
5 months ago
JCMS Academic Team at Nationals
Our Eagles have advanced to the National Final Playoffs in Washington, DC. Play resumes Sunday morning. Our Academic Eagles took some time to explore our nation's capital.
5 months ago
State Assessment Parent Letter
I would like to take this opportunity to say “thank you” for all the support that you have shown all of our students this school year. We have had the most amazing school year, in part because of all the support from our parents and community. Next week (May 12th– 16th) will be our end-of-year State Assessment for all of our students. We look forward to this opportunity for our students to show what they have learned during this school year. We ask that all students arrive at school on time; as testing will begin promptly at 8:30 each morning. We also ask that the students get a good night’s sleep and eat breakfast either at home or school each day. We want each student to be prepared and have the opportunity to perform his or her best on the end-of-year State Assessment. We have asked all coaches and extra-curricular sponsors to have any activities completed by 8:00PM each night next week. If possible, we ask that any appointments be scheduled after school next week so that students do not miss parts of the assessment. If you have any questions, please let us know. We sincerely appreciate everything you do for all Johnson County students.
7 months ago
JCMS Governor's Cup State Champions