E.g., Sunday, November 17, 2019
E.g., Sunday, November 17, 2019

The district has 43 school psychologists who provide comprehensive services for students, parents and staff  

Each year, many of our schools host winter craft fairs and other student performances for school families and those in the community 

Every single school in JCPS is impacted by homelessness or housing insecurity

From November 1 – 29, 2019,  you can give by visiting http://jcps.me/jcpsgives.

JCPS graduate Marcus Stubbs shares ‘What it means to be different and what it means of being someone special’  

Application period kicks off today and runs through December 18

The application and registration period for enrollment in Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) for the 2020-21 school year kicks off October 28 and runs through December 18. All incoming kindergartners, students who are new to JCPS, students who have had a change of address, and any student who wants to be considered for a magnet school or program should register. 

Approximately 1,200 education leaders from big-city schools across the country are in Louisville for the five-day conference 

Application period kicks off October 28 and runs through December 18

The application and registration period for enrollment in Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) for the 2020-21 school year kicks off October 28 and runs through December 18. All incoming kindergartners, students who are new to JCPS, students who have had a change of address, and any student who wants to be considered for a magnet school or program should register. 

State-of-the-art comfort system equipment will help students explore in-demand HVAC career field

WHO:

Valley High School Principal Michael Kelly
JCPS Assistant Superintendent for High Schools Christy Rogers
Mark Grimes, Lennox Industries
Alex Kramer, Prudential Heating & Air
Phil Tanner, Tom Drexler Plumbing, Air & Electric
Valley High School students and staff

Atherton High’s Erin Schneider honored for excellence in math teaching

Longtime Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) teacher Erin Schneider is a recipient of a Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. Established in 1983, the award is the highest given by the U.S. government to kindergarten through 12th grade teachers of math and science.