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 called Osmo. The Osmo is an interactive system that encourages creative thinking and builds confidence while students create and play. It fosters social intelligence while allowing students to . . .
This year's top three music videos created by the 6th Grade Choir class. "Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites" by Skrillex Created by Damian K., Tatum R., & Jacob L. "Hall of Fame" by The Script Created by Jacob G. & Hayden H. "Gonna" by Blake Shelton Created by Chayce O., MacKinze G., Anzel D
JCC FBLA’s 2016-17 competition season is upon us. On Wednesday, February 1, 2017, 13 FBLA students competed at the UNL American Business Contest. There were over 400 students from 31 different schools competing. Our students represented JCC well and earned the following honors (see below). In addition to the individual honors, our JCC FBLA Quiz Bowl team placed in the final four. UNL-ABC Results . . .
As most of you parents know, Johnson County Central Public Schools has been using Accelerated Reading for many years to allow our students to individually practice their reading skills with books of their choice. When switching over to the Renaissance Learning Place online we included the Accelerated Math, Math Facts in a Flash and Accelerated Math 2.0. We utilize STAR Reading and STAR Math for placement purposes as well. These are . . .
The 13 students in Mrs. Borrenpohl’s Kindergarten Class have been very busy in the beginning of the 2017 school year. We celebrated the 100th day of school on January 31st. The students decorated a cape that they wore with 100 items of anything they chose. The children also counted and wrote their numbers to 100. We went on a scavenger hunt in our classroom to find 100 chocolate kisses with the numbers on them. We collected them . . .
Kindergarten Round-Up will be on Thursday, May 4, 2017 this spring. If you have a child who will be five years of age on or before July 31, 2017, then your child is eligible for Kindergarten. Individual letters will be sent to the parents of all Kindergarten ready students residing in Johnson County Central's school district. If you currently do not reside in Johnson County Central's district, but you anticipate . . .
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