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Title 1 - Judi Borrenpohl

May 14, 2018

Title 1 is a federal assistance program for schools. The goal of Title 1 is to help every child get a high quality education. Title 1 provides students with academic assistance in the areas of Reading and Mathematics at JCC. The Title 1 . . . read more

Title 1 Annual Meeting & Pumpkin Night

October 4, 2017

On Friday, September 22, 2017 Johnson County Central held its annual meeting and pumpkin decorating night. Parents and students were invited to attend the annual meeting held in the high school cafeteria to find out  details about the . . . read more

ELL News

September 11, 2017

The new focus in the ELL room is on setting learning goals. Students in Middle and High School have been working with both the English Language Arts and English Language Proficiency standards and making them into their own learning goals that . . . read more

Preschool Enrollment 2017-18

June 12, 2017

If you are interested in enrolling your child in preschool for the 2017-18 school year, please call: (402) 335-3320. Please note that your child must be three-years-old by July 31, 2017 to enroll in preschool. Sessions : . . . read more

Technology in Preschool

February 24, 2017

Johnson County Central has many opportunities in the classroom for the use of technology, some including iPads, iPods, Mimio and Promethean boards, and computers.  Our preschool classroom has recently added a new system for the iPad . . . read more

ELL News for September

September 12, 2016

The goal of the English Language Learner Program is for all students in Kindergarten thru 12th grade to improve their skills in Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking in English.    The High School and Middle School . . . read more

Speech Sound Development

By Ellicott, Kim | March 10, 2015

I am frequently asked if it is typical for a child to make sound substitutions, and the answer is yes, sound substitutions are typical during speech sound development.  Each sound has a different age when it is mastered by most . . . read more

Students enjoy creative ways to work on social skills!

By Ellicott, Kim | November 11, 2014

The students receiving speech language services enjoy incorporating games into any session.  Two high school boys used Jenga when targeting conversational turn-taking.  Each student either initiated a topic or made a . . . read more

Mrs. Goodrich, 4-8 Special Education: Reading Groups & Update on Connor’s Journey

Mandy Goodrich | October 15, 2014

    The 4th grade My Sidewalks reading group has just completed their first reading unit of the year, “Turning Points”.  In the 4th grade unit, the students explore a story titled Walking for A Cure. . . . read more

Child Find - Early Childhood Education Services

Children that are birth to 5 years old who are experiencing problems with speech language, cognitive, emotional and/or physical development or have a disability can receive services through Early Childhood Education Services. If . . . read more

News From Horizon II

Mr. Genuchi

The school year is off to a fast start. The Horizon II has been busy exploring the many different kinds of satellites used in outer space, learning about television satellites to space exploration satellites. Recently, the students have . . . read more

Changes in the Special Education Department

This school year has brought some exciting changes to our department. We have added another classroom Horizons, which is located in the Elementary at the Tecumseh site. Ashley Juilfs is the classroom teacher. Ashley was the 5th grade teacher . . . read more

Websites Add a Fun Twist on Learning

by Rebecca Kling

In my Resource room, I send home Friday folders at the end of most weeks. These tell the parents how the students are doing in my classroom and what they have been working on during the week. It is also a great way to keep parents informed of . . . read more

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