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Volunteer Talent Center is a program that recruits, trains, and places volunteers to meet identified local school and community education needs.
A School Volunteer Records Check Form must be on file with the local school before parents can volunteer at the school.
Community Schools - provide a variety of recreational and educational after-school programming for community members of all ages. Community Schools are located in the following schools: Cane Run Elementary; Farnsley, Frost, Meyzeek, and Western Middle; and Iroquois High School. Hours of operation begin at the end of school day and continue until 9 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Cultural Consortium Guide lists cultural-resource representatives who meet to create, coordinate, promote, and review cultural programs in area schools.
Every1Learns - Community organizations that offer after-school programs provide extra support in reading and math using district online tutoring programs connected to daily learning at school. Elementary and middle school programs include Study Island and SuccessMaker. Find a Learning Place site.
Ford Next Generation Learning (NGL) - In support of the district’s strategic plan (Vision 2015) and four Focus Areas (Increased Learning, Graduation and Beyond, Stakeholder Involvement/Engagement, and Safe/Supported Schools), Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS), Louisville community leaders, and Ford Next Generation Learning (NGL) have created a 3-year tactical plan to transform teaching and learning, redesign the 5-Star high schools, and sustain the changes through premier partnerships with industry, postsecondary, civic, and community leaders.
The GE Foundation College-Bound District Program Focusing on Math and Science is a collaboration between education, business, and community leaders to strengthen the college-readiness skills of K-12 students in select U.S. school districts. The program seeks to improve student success, especially in math and science.
Louisville Linked - Helping children get what they need outside the classroom so they can be successful in the classroom.
Mentoring/Dropout-LEEPLouisville Education and Employment Partnership - a collaborative effort among the Jefferson County Public Schools, Louisville Metro Government, Metro United Way, and KentuckianaWorks to assist students to remain in high school, to graduate, and to make a successful transition to employment and/or post-secondary education or military service.
JCPS welcomes gifts and donations of financial support. The impact of your gift extends far beyond the classroom walls. It spreads across our community as our graduates take their knowledge and skills into our local colleges and workplaces. A single gift of financial support or property can provide assistance for many students.
The Jefferson County Public Education Foundation exists to financially assist and support the public school system of Jefferson County, Kentucky, and to engage in activities that advance the education of the citizens of Jefferson County.
Planned Giving offers the opportunity to leave a legacy to the JCPS District through a planned gift to the Jefferson County Public Education Foundation.
Adult and Continuing Education serves more than 30,000 adults annually through the following services: General Educational Development (GED) and skill-building courses, leisure-learning and career-enhancing Lifelong Learning courses, English as a Second Language (ESL) courses, workforce training, family education, and college-preparation courses.
Census Web is an application to allow the addition or modification of Student Census information. This application requires login.
Student Attendance Inquiry is an application to allow non-JCPS agencies, such as police, courts, and truancy and counseling agents, a way to review attendance information. This application requires login.
Last modified April 14, 2014