•  DYK Languages: There are 148 different languages spoken in Jefferson County Public Schools.
  • DYK Homeless Students: JCPS educates, feeds, and provides additional school resources for over 6,000 homeless students.
  •  DYK Student Supports: As part of the supports services JCPS provides, students have access to weighted vests for anxiety, assistive vision equipment, and handheld focus tools.
  • DYK 2020 Scholarships: 4,136 (63.7 percent) of JCPS’ 2020 graduates earned a collective total of over 100 million dollars in scholarships for postsecondary education.
  • DYK Academies Partners: 135 area businesses are investing in students by providing career training and experience through the Academies of Louisville.
  • DYK Board Certified Teachers: JCPS has more than 400 teachers who have earned National Board Certification.
  •  DYK Facilities: JCPS’ newest high school is over 50 years old! Adequate facilities have been an important part of Dr. Pollio’s push for student excellence, so that more funds can go to classrooms instead of costly renovations.
  • DYK Ky Students: 1 in 7 Kentucky students are educated at Jefferson County Public Schools.
  • DYK Mental Health: Every JCPS school has a dedicated mental health practitioner to provide mental health services to students.
  • DYK Racial Equity Plan: JCPS is one of only 11 districts nationwide to have implemented a comprehensive plan to take concrete actions that address racial inequities.
  • DYK Teachers of Color: JCPS is working with Simmons College and the University of Louisville on a pipeline to get more teachers of color into its classrooms.
  •  DYK 2020 Dual Credit: JCPS’ Class of 2020 passed 2,140 dual credit courses for an estimated 6,420 college credit hours. Given the average credit hour at a KY public university in 2020 was 403 dollars per credit hour, that’s an estimated 2,587,260 dollars