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    The due date for enrolling in Johnson City Schools Health Insurance is June 30th. Help will be available tomorrow (6/24) and Friday (6/25) morning at The Learning Center. Please bring the necessary documents to add your spouse and/or child. If you do not enroll by the end of June, you will not have coverage starting July 1st. The next time you can pick up coverage is October to be effective January 1, 2022. Please call Finance with any questions.

  • 2021-2022 CALENDAR UPDATE:

    The January 4, 2022 in-service day has been moved to May 3, 2022. Students will now return from Winter Break on January 4, 2022, instead of January 5, 2022. May 3, 2022 is now an in-service day for staff. Please visit www.jcschools.org/schoolyearcalendars for more information.

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Johnson City Schools seeking stakeholder input for ESSER III Funding

ESSER Public Input


The American Rescue Plan (ARP) Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER III) is providing funding to the state of Tennessee and school districts to address COVID-19 recovery. Johnson City Schools received $13.8 million, of which at least $2.7 million or 20 percent must address the academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs of all students—especially those students most impacted by the pandemic.  As a part of this plan, Johnson City Schools is seeking stakeholder input on how these dollars should be spent.

“We are excited to offer this opportunity for our community stakeholders to provide meaningful input into how they believe we can enhance our district with these dollars,” Johnson City Schools Director of Accountability and Improvement Dr. Robbie Anderson said. “Once we receive community input, we will discuss our findings and determine the best way to use these funds to help improve our district and the educational services we provide our students.” 

Johnson City Schools must submit a detailed district plan to the Tennessee Department of Education explaining how it will use ESSER funds to address student needs, including learning loss related to COVID-19. Johnson City Schools is seeking feedback from parents, students, employees, and community members to assist in developing its plan, and specifically the use of these funds; stakeholders wishing to participate in this process should complete the district’s survey.  The survey will close at 5 p.m. on Friday, June 11, 2021. To take the survey, please visit https://tinyurl.com/JCSESSER.


ESSER Community Engagement Document

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