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Tennessee Code Annotated 49-6-3001 states that it is mandatory that all children attend school, and Tennessee Code Annotated 49-6-3007 states that any child attending a public school who has five (5) unexcused absences during a school year is considered truant and in violation of the said law. Students and families in violation of the said law are to be placed in the Progressive Truancy Intervention Program.
The Effects of Absenteeism is a form that must be completed by families that have been placed in the Progressive Truancy Intervention Plan. All families will be notified if they are to complete this form. Please click on the link below to begin. It is important that you read and answer all questions. Click submit at the bottom of the form once you are finished. Please note that this form will be printed and placed in your child's attendance file. A copy will be given to the Johnson County Juvenile Court if a petition is filed.
Effects of Absenteeism Form Link
We at Johnson County Schools have had a lot of questions in regards to quarantine guidelines. We have put together a short video that you can view below that covers the most recent guidelines provided to us by the Tennessee Department of Health. You will also find a link below to the most recent Tennessee Department of Health Information.
Tennessee Department of Education Guidelines
Johnson County school Contract Tracing Guidelines
Johnson County Schools has published the COVID-19 Dashboard web page on our website. You can find it by referencing the following link.
Johnson County Schools COVID-19 Dashboard
The Johnson County Board of Education met in special session tonight to discuss and approve the 2021-2022 Reopening plan for the district
Johnson County School District has several ways to ensure staff, parents and students stay informed throughout the school year. To ensure you never miss an important announcement be sure to utilize the resources below!
Parents and Caregivers,Johnson County Schools understands this unprecedented time can present many challenges and obstacles for students and families. Johnson County Schools' Student Support Services Team has been working in solidarity with the community to meet the needs of our students and families.These efforts stem from our school nutrition team preparing and serving meals; student support delivering basic necessities to families; and providing continuous resources and support through this challenging time.
Johnson County High School is a public school serving grades 9-12. The common mission of JCHS is “providing a positive, safe learning environment to help students acquire knowledge and the useful skills necessary for productive citizenship.” The shared vision is that “every student and staff member at JCHS will come to school each day and perform to their highest potential.” We Are JCHS!