TNReady Information

For information about TNReady - Tennessee's new TCAP test for English language arts and math, click HERE.

New Visitor Management Software

The safety of all students is our number one priority at Johnson City Schools. In an ongoing effort to improve safety, we are implementing district-wide check in and check out procedures at each school location.  These procedures will help us keep track of who is in our buildings at all times.

View full letter here

Vaccine Clinics for Rising 7th - 12th Graders

In an effort for older children to be fully vaccinated, the Washington County–Johnson City Health Department is offering extended hours vaccine clinics for students going into the 7th through 12th grades.   Vaccines offered will be Tdap, Varicella (chicken pox), Hep A or Hep B, MMR, Meningococcal, HPV, or others that students may need. The health department will bill private insurance and/or TennCare for these vaccines.

Clinic dates and times include:

  • Thursday, July 16, 2015 from 1:30 PM to 6:00 PM by appointment
  • Thursday, July 30, 2015 from 1:30 PM to 6:00 PM by appointment
  • August dates - pending

Parents need to call 975-7940 for an appointment.  The Washington County-Johnson City Health Department is located at 219 Princeton Road in Johnson City.  

Email Configuration for Personal Devices

Below is a quick setup configuration for most smartphone  / iPad devices to have Microsoft Exchange (Outlook) email delivered to your personal device.

NOTE: If you have a Microsoft account already, you must delete the account completely, reboot the device, then start at step one below.

Johnson City Schools will not support your personal device other than from this document. Johnson City Schools will not be responsible for any data charges you may incur nor will we be responsible for loss of email or other information due to improper setup.

When your password changes, you must change it on your personal device as well to continue to receive your email on your personal device.

  1. Go to Settings, then Add Account. 
  2. Add Microsoft Exchange Account.
  3. Enter your school email address (username @
  4. Enter your windows password.

For Blackberry Users: You may follow the link below to download software on your desktop and install it to have mail forwarded from Outlook to your Blackberry device.

Social Networking Safety - FBI Smart Cards

The FBI has created four "Smart Cards" to assist users of social media with proper configuration of account privacy and security settings. Technology Department recommends you review your security settings to keep both your personal information and Johnson City Schools information safe from those who would misuse it. Click below for the Smart Card on Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and Facebook.

Social Networks Smart Card (PDF)

Internet Social Networking Risks

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