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JCC Preschool Enrollment: OPEN NOW!

JCC Preschool Application Form (CLICK HERE!) Dear Family, It is time to begin thinking about the 2022-2023 preschool academic year. We know you are your child’s first and most important teacher, and we would love to join you in the education of your young learner.  Our focus is to provide learning opportunities for those students who will be entering kindergarten the following year. Therefore, the majority of . . .

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HOSA Blood Drive: Dec 7th

HOSA is sponsoring a Blood Drive on Tuesday, December 7, 2021 at the JCC HS Gym.  We are hoping you might take about an hour out of your day to donate blood and help save lives of patients in need.   If you would like to schedule appointment you may contact Mrs. Roesener at devon.roesener@jccentral.org  You must be at least 17 years old to give blood and weight at least 110 lbs. (16 year olds can give blood with . . .

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Superintendent Monthly Update: JCC School Bond Steering Committee

Superintendent Monthly Update: November 2021 JCC School Bond Steering Committee Who They Are and What They Do By Jon Rother Please click here for  PDF  (printable) version. In the process of discussing an upcoming Johnson County Central school bond, we are now at the stage where a “steering committee” has begun their work.  The steering committee is composed of district patrons that have . . .

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Veterans Day Programs Replays

Johnson County Central held two Veterans Day Programs on Thursday, November 11th, 2021. Here are the replays from both programs.  Thank you Kristen Gordon and Keith Osterhoudt, today’s honored speakers, for your service to our country and giving your time to speak today. Congratulations Rich Roesener and Randy Muhms on receiving your Quilts of Valor today from the Johnson County American Legion Auxiliary. Thank you . . .

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Save the Date: JCC Preschool Enrollment Opens Dec 1st

Johnson County Central Preschool enrollment opens December 1st, 2021, for the 2022-23 school year. An online application can be completed beginning on December 1st, 2021 on www.jccentral.org.  If you have any questions or would like to schedule a classroom visit, please call the elementary office: 402-335-3320.  * All preschool children, regardless of their abilities, disabilities, or the social, linguistic, or . . .

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High School First Quarter Honor Roll

Congratulations to all students recognized on the Johnson County Central High School First Quarter Honor Roll! Click here for a printable PDF version: JCC HS First Quarter Honor Roll (PDF)

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Middle School First Quarter Honor Roll

Congratulations to all students recognized on the Johnson County Central Middle School First Quarter Honor Roll! Click here for a printable PDF version: JCC MS First Quarter Honor Roll  (PDF)

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JCC American Rescue Plan ESSER III Public Survey

Through the federal American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief fund, Johnson County Central is eligible for $785,009 to continue safe in-person instruction and to address unfinished teaching and learning to mitigate the pandemic.  Your feedback for the use of this funds is greatly appreciated! A través del fondo federal de ayuda de emergencia para escuelas primarias y secundarias del American . . .

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JCC Plan for Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services

American Rescue Plan & Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Funds

Through the American Rescue Plane (ARP) and Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER), Johnson County Central is allocated to receive $784,461 in federal funds to address the needs of students, their safe return to school and loss of learning that may have occurred during the COVID pandemic. As such, JCC is required to develop a plan for returning to in-person learning. Community input for this plan is . . .

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JCC Facilities Story

Putting "it" in Front of the Public - Written by Jon Rother  (Click on link for a printable PDF) When the Nemaha Valley and Tecumseh school districts merged in 2007, there was a lot of uncertainty. What will our new school name be? What about school colors? What will the mascot be? Now, fourteen years later, the uncertainty of how to address facility needs gets longer with each passing year and never goes away. The . . .

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