Jefferson City Public Schools

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News & Updates

  • Behavior Audit Executive Summary

    Last fall, concerns pertaining to student behaviors were brought to the attention of the Board of Education. The Board retained legal counsel to conduct a thorough and comprehensive audit of JCPS' board policies pertaining to student discipline.

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  • "Academy Accounts" Newsletter

    Check out what's happening in The Academies @ Jefferson City High School (Simonsen Campus) as the Class of 2018 experiences an exciting new journey!

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  • New 10-Block Schedule for 2015-2016

    Students at Simonsen, JCHS & NCC will see a new schedule next school year, providing the opportunity to enroll in more classes. Teachers were able to vote on three new schedules - 83% of teachers at those buildings preferred this option.

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  • Kindergarten Registration for 2015-2016

    Click here to start the process for your student and then help us spread the word!

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  • Message from the School Board

    Board of Education members released a public letter, addressing overcrowding issues within JCPS.

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  • Community Phone Survey Results

    In December 2014, a five- to seven-minute telephone survey was conducted with 400 randomly selected, head-of-household, registered voter patrons in the Jefferson City Public Schools to determine their support or opposition to potential ballot issue ideas, and their associated costs.

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  • Are You Connected?

    There are many ways JCPS stays in touch - Key Communicator, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter & even Pinterest. Find out how to keep up with all JCPS has to offer!

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Jefferson City Public Schools Mission Statement

The Mission of the Jefferson City School District is to ensure that each student achieves his or her maximum potential through a challenging educational system characterized by pride through excellence.