Parent Portal & Online Registration
Early this summer the District will once again provide families with an opportunity to complete much of the returning student registration paperwork online, but in order to participate in online registration, families must have a parent portal account. This same parent portal account will also give parents access to other student information including grades/report cards, attendance, immunizations, and messages from school staff.
If you do not have a Parent Portal account, you may obtain the forms online or visit your child's school to fill out the appropriate form. Please know that you will be asked to present your photo ID. Once your application has been processed, you will be sent an activation key and you may log on.
We will notify parents of online registration dates prior to the end of the school year.
Please look for the parent portal link on the district website: www.jcschools.us, find the Families link, and go to Parent Resources and choose Infinite Campus.
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Summer School 2017
Parents/Guardians and Students, summer school is an opportunity to recover credit from courses in which a student did not fare well or for enrichment purposes; getting ahead or providing an opening in a student's schedule during the next school year. We hope all those interested will take this opportunity and find success. The following information provides dates, times and location of summer school; the process for applying to summer school; and guidelines for the operation of summer school. Please read the information carefully and completely fill out the application attached.
Start:Tuesday May 30, 2017
End:Thursday June 22, 2017
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JC Community Service Opportunities:
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JC Key Club is working with United Way and their 28 agencies to organize community service opportunities for high school students. If you are interested in getting notifications about the various service opportunities that are available throughout the year text @servejc to 81010. For more information and details, visit the JC Key Club website.
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