JCPS News

  • JCPS provides more than 80K meals for children over the holidays

    School Nutrition staff for Johnston County Public Schools served Holiday Meal Kits to nearly 6,000 children ahead of the district’s winter break.

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  • JCPS 2020 Living Legends gave more than 100 years of service

    Johnston County Public Schools named three former educators, Sandra Edwards, Shelly Marsh, and Valerie Carpenter, as the 2020 Living Legend Award recipients.

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  • JCPS Student Services team members earn state awards

    Two members of the Johnston County Public Schools Office of Equity, Information and Student Services were recognized with state awards from the North Carolina School Counselor Association for the year of 2020. Dr. Amanda Allen, Executive Director of Social and Emotional Learning (SEL), was awarded North Carolina’s Counseling Director of the Year and Rena Keith, SEL Interventionist, was named North Carolina’s Advocate of the Year.

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  • Chris Godwin graduates from UNC’s CGCIO Certification Program

    Christopher Godwin, Executive Supervisor of Client Services for Johnston County Public Schools has successfully graduated from the 2019-2020 Certified Government Chief Information Officers Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Government.

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  • JCPS teacher named finalist for NCCAT Beginning Teacher of the Year Award

    Sarah Bowman, seventh grade teacher at Innovation Academy at South Campus, was selected as a finalist for the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT) 2020 Prudential NC Beginning Teacher of the Year Award in honor of her dedication, innovation, and ability to inspire students to achieve.

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  • JCPS launches ‘Say Something’ Anonymous Reporting System

    Johnston County Public Schools has officially launched the “Say Something” Anonymous Reporting System (SS-ARS) for students. The Say Something program is for reporting any type of serious concerns about students who are struggling or potentially violent. So “tipsters” can send reports on anything from school threats they’ve seen or overheard to personal crises including sexual harassment, self-harm, and depression.

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