E.g., Thursday, August 13, 2020
E.g., Thursday, August 13, 2020

Focus, vision and commitment to racial equity applauded in Dr. Pollio’s evaluation

“Dr. Marty Pollio has changed the image of Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) for the better in rapidly becoming one of the most influential figures in our community and within the Commonwealth of Kentucky,” according to the Jefferson County Board of Education (JCBE) members who released the evaluation of the superintendent.  During tonight’s school board meeting, JCBE members shared findings from their 2019-2020 performance evaluation of Dr. Pollio as JCPS Superintendent.

The school hopes to have the new fitness center up and running by August. 

Stuart Academy is receiving a $100,000 grant for a new fitness center.. The grant was announced Thursday by Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear and Jake Steinfeld, chairman of the National Foundation for Governors’ Fitness Councils (NFGFC).  Stuart is one of three schools in Kentucky to receive the grant as part of the NFGFC DON’T QUIT! national campaign.

Thank you for reading our latest letter from JCPS Communications

Dear JCPS Family,

We hope you are enjoying your summer. While it seems like we just wrapped up the 2019-2020 school year, we’re all wondering what next school year will look like. Will JCPS start classes as scheduled August 12th? Will my child be back in their school building? Will they be doing more days of Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI)? 

Vegetables, fruits and healthy cooking tips at 40 food sites

Locally grown corn, squash, carrots and apples will be on the dinner menu for families who stop by Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) feeding sites this summer.  JCPS will be providing boxes filled with 11 pounds of fresh produce at more than 40 food distribution sites beginning today and continuing through July.

Thank you for reading our latest letter from JCPS Communications 

Dear JCPS Families,

While the 2019-20 school year has ended, many of you have questions about what comes next. We hope this note will shed some light on several items of interest to you and your child.

Dr. Marshall has served in several roles in her two decades in the district.

Dr. Tiffany Marshall is taking on another principal position after serving in the role for the past seven years at Audubon Traditional Elementary School.  She will take over at Jefferson County Traditional Middle School next month. Marshall has worked in Jefferson County Public Schools for twenty years. During that two decade tenure, she’s served in several roles including teacher, school counselor, principal intern, assistant principal, and principal.

Smith has been in education for nearly 20 years. 

Bonds started at Mill Creek in 2005 as an Exceptional Child Education teacher.

LaQueisha Bonds has spent virtually her entire career at Mill Creek Elementary School. Now she will be leading the school. Bonds has been appointed as the permanent principal at Mill Creek after serving as its interim principal since February.

Online gathering to highlight plan to bring choice to students in west Louisville

Programs will allow district to continue engaging, supporting students throughout summer

Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) is offering multiple summer learning opportunities to continue engaging and supporting students while school is out.  The programs are being held as virtual experiences, although the district will make every effort to host face-to-face learning late in the summer if circumstances change.