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Reporting COVID Information

This form is to allow for students and parents to report covid +, covid like symptoms and close contacts directly to the nurse email. Form is confidential to the nurses.

Click HERE to access form.


Update from the district (Monday January 3rd, 2022):

The district continues to maintain an updated, central location webpage where you can find current safety plans, case-count dashboards, and other important COVID-related information at: https://www.hayscisd.net/coronavirus.


New CDC Isolation Protocol

During the break the Centers for Disease Control changed its COVID-19 isolation protocols, which should help in reducing potential staffing shortages at Hays CISD campuses and allow us the best chance to keep operations from being disrupted. These changes are based on continuing research. The isolation period has been reduced from 10 days for people who test positive for COVID to five days – if they are asymptomatic, fever-free for 24 hours, and wear a mask for an additional five days while around others. People who meet the criteria to end isolation after five days, but who do not wish to wear a mask, or are unable to do so for the next five days, must remain home and away from school for the full 10-day isolation period.


Students Who Are Out Sick or Isolated

Students who are out of school with a positive COVID test result, or for close-contact isolation, no longer need to login daily for remote conferencing. This was something the state had required for attendance counting purposes. Since it is no longer necessary, and was burdensome on students and teachers; the district will no longer offer it. Instead, COVID-related absences will be managed as would any other absence for illness. Students can access assignments directly from their teachers to make up missing work. Secondary students can access their assignments in Schoology and elementary students will be able to get assignments in hard copy, or by other means at the teacher’s discretion.

2022-23 Course Selection Important Info

It is that time of year where we are beginning to have discussions with your student(s) about next school year already! This week every student's homeroom teacher went over the course selection process through presentations provided by the counseling department. For your reference we have included links below and also posted the presentations on our campus website and to Schoology, so you can also review with your student(s).


Next week our counseling team will have grade level rotations visiting classrooms to answer questions about specific course offerings and the course selection processes. Students will submit their course requests through a google form sent by their Alpha counselor by January 24th.


Course Selection Process


Registration Review Part 1


Registration Review Part 2

CTE Programs of Study

Hays CISD CTE Programs of Study

Course Selection Parent Night

Johnson High School will be hosting a Parent Meeting on January 19th at 6pm in the JHS Cafeteria. The purpose of this meeting is to go over graduation requirements, pathways offered at JHS, and explain the course selection process to parents. This meeting will also be recorded and posted on the campus website for future reference.
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Students Who Are Out Sick or Isolated

Students who are out of school with a positive COVID test result, or for close-contact isolation, no longer need to login daily for remote conferencing. This was something the state had required for attendance counting purposes. Since it is no longer necessary, and was burdensome on students and teachers; the district will no longer offer it. Instead, COVID-related absences will be managed as would any other absence for illness. Students can access assignments directly from their teachers to make up missing work. Secondary students can access their assignments in Schoology and elementary students will be able to get assignments in hard copy, or by other means at the teacher’s discretion.

Wright this Minute - Jan. 13
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PSAT/SAT

PSAT

In January, the JHS Counselors will be talking with students in their English classes about their PSAT scores. In the meantime this video does an excellent job of giving an overview about viewing scores online, how to interpret them, and options for tutorials.

https://youtu.be/ie6WBDzjtGA


School Day SAT

On April 13th Johnson High School will be administering the SAT exam to all Juniors who are enrolled. There is nothing further Juniors need to do to register for this exam.


All students who are not testing will attend class regularly.

PROJECT GRADUATION - CLASS OF 2022

* PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE DUE TO SCHEDULING CONFLICTS * Please plan on attending a general planning meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 26 @6:30pm in the JHS Cafeteria. WE NEED YOU!!!!! We will be discussing/planning our spring fundraising events as well as project graduation night. Anyone wanting to help is welcome to attend - especially SENIOR parents!


Upcoming dates to remember -

March 26 - Mr. Jag Steak Dinner

May 7 - Volleyball Tournament

May 31 - Project Graduation


Do you own a business or know someone that does? Please pass the sponsorship link on to an individual or business that wants to contribute to Johnson's first graduating class!

Sponsorship Opportunities | JHS Project Graduation

For any questions, information or swag shopping, go to our website!

Home | JHS Project Graduation

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**SENIORS** College and Career Info

Dear Hays CISD Community Partner:

We will be kicking off our Hays CISD Local Scholarship Season in mid-January and we would like to secure a wide variety of scholarship opportunities for our soon to be HS Graduates ~Class of 2022!

In May we will be graduating about 1450 seniors from Hays HS, Johnson HS (who will have their first graduating class), Lehman HS and Live Oak Academy combined. If you have offered scholarship opportunities for our seniors in past years to one or more of our HS campuses, we would like to say that we truly appreciate your commitment and support to each graduating class and we hope that you will continue making these great scholarship opportunities available to them. If you are no longer the contact for your scholarship, please forward this email to the correct person. Please complete the form below if you plan to participate again this year.

If we are reaching out to you for the first time, we hope that you can consider supporting our Hays CISD seniors with a scholarship Opportunity. If you are interested in exploring this option, please complete the Donor Form below and/or access the form through the QR code.

We would like to onboard all scholarship providers by early January so that each high school campus can finalize our Hays CISD Scholarship Application and the list of Scholarship Opportunities to make them available to seniors:

  • HCISD Local Scholarships 2022 OPENS - January 21st

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  • HCISD's 1st Scholarship Fair - Thurs, January 27th (9:30-11:30) at the Hays PAC

Donor Form


COLLEGE FORWARD

Have You Heard About College Forward? College Forward is a nationally-recognized, near-peer coaching program that pairs recent college graduates with high school students to provide support in achieving their postsecondary goals. College Forward partners with 12 other high schools around Central Texas.


Meetings will take place Tuesdays and Thursdays and lessons will be given virtually. You can read more about the mission and history of College Forward on their website https://collegeforward.org/


Class of 2022 Sign up with Remind 101 to get the latest and greatest news for everything SENIOR! Class Name is Jags2022 Text @jaguars22 to the number 81010 - Sign up NOW!


Class of 2023 Sign up with Remind 101 to get the latest news for EVERYTHING Junior! Class Name is Jags2023 Text @jaguars23 to the number 81010 - Sign Up Now!


Seniors...Need help with College Applications?

Every Monday & Tuesday 9:00am - 3:00pm we will be hosting a College Application 101 and FAFSA Help all day in the College and Career Center. Work on your College Applications, Scholarships, Financial Aid, and College Essays. Wednesday-Friday by appointments.


Parents Don't Forget to Complete your FAFSA! FAFSA completion is required by TEA for Graduation.

You can start today and Create a PIN using the following link: https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/sign-in/landing. The sooner this is completed, the more availability of grants. For further information please follow this link: https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa


Parents and Students: Look at the One-Stop Shop for everything you need to be college ready. Use the Live Binder Link and click on the tabs. It is filled with information to answer all your college questions. Check it weekly as new information is updated regularly. https://www.livebinders.com/b/2829924


Students have you been accepted to college? Congratulations on a job well done! Come by the College and Career Center and turn in a copy of your acceptance letter we want to SHOW YOU OFF!


Students, have you thought about joining the military? If you are in 10th, 11th, or 12th, JHS is hosting the ASVAB test. Sign up using the link below to test on Wednesday, April 20th @ 9:00am College and Career Center.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd9H0UkkjJzYLks1aFD1_NsOAzJ-jdp0sd6ozCmNJI0ilLCVA/viewform

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JHS ROSETTES...visit website for updates!

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www.johnsonrosettes.com

This site will host updated info about auditions, items to purchase, current events regarding the Rosettes, pictures, etc.

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Help for PROM

Hey Jag Family,


We are reaching out today to get your help for Moe and Gene Johnson's first PROM! The Junior and Senior classes are working to raise money in order to plan the BEST PROM EVER! For our Senior Class, this will be the only high school prom that thy will have the opportunity to attend.. During the pandemic, not only was prom cancelled last year, but also gatherings to hold fundraisers have been greatly restricted. This has posed a unique challenge to our efforts!


Please use the link below to donate to our Prom Fundraiser. Your help is greatly appreciated!! Your donation will help us pay for our venue, decorations, and food/drinks. We thank you for any and all help you can give!!


https://hayscisd.revtrak.net/Campuses-and-Instruction-1013/Middle-Schools-and-High-Schools/johnson-high-school/#/v/JHS--Prom-Fundraiser-1459


Sincerely,

Senior & Junior Class Officers

PTA UPDATE

PTA is hosting the Harlem Wizards again and we need your help! If you would like to volunteer or be part of our committee, please reach out to Jodi Kinnison and Robyn Short at

kinnison.jodikay@gmail.com robynallen88@hotmail.com.

Thank you!

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JAGS IN ACTION

Academic UIL

UIL Academic teams are forming to practice for the spring contests. Contests range from Accounting, to Robotics, from Science to Literary Criticism. If you are interested, please stop by room 314 and speak with Mrs. Treadway. Look for the list of all academic events HERE on the JHS website.


Please direct interest or questions in email to beki.treadway@hayscisd.net

Accommodations for AP and College Admissions Testing

If your student has a current 504 or IEP Plan and you are requested College Board accommodations, please complete this form https://accommodations.collegeboard.org/ssd-online/submit-requests and return it to Catheryn.Chairez@hayscisd.net or have your student drop it off in the Counseling Center.

See PDF Below

JHS CLUB INFO

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GSA Club

Wednesdays 4:15 – 4:45

Room 263

BRING SNACKS

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EARLY CHECK OUT

Early check out is not allowed after 3:10PM - Please plan appointments accordingly.

Outside Food Deliveries

Outside food deliveries are permitted on campus. Items may be left on the table in the office foyer for your student to collect. It is the responsibility of your student to pick up any items, the office will not be responsible for delivering any items to your student. JHS is not responsible for any lost or stolen items. ALL ITEMS must be labeled with student's name and picked up by 4:30 or will be discarded.

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2021-22 CLASS OFFICERS

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SMART TAG

Transportation is rolling out the use of Smart Tag for all bus riders. Smart Tag is a ridership technology that is designed to ensure authorized ridership of students who utilize school bus transportation. Students that are currently riding the school bus will receive a lanyard with their tag. Transportation is asking that the lanyards are tied to the right shoulder part of your student’s backpack to ensure they have the tag with them at all times. If a student did not receive a Smart Tag, email sophia.mosbe@hayscisd.net

JHS Donations

We always will strive to provide our students the best environment and HS experience they could ever wish for! Sometimes we cannot provide everything we might want due to budget priorities. If you would like to get involved and become a booster to the school please donate HERE. No matter the size of your donation, we appreciate your investment into our school and our mission, to produce the BEST IN AMERICA!

Student Schedules

TEAMS Parent Self Serve (PSS) is a secure online portal that allows parents and guardians to view information about their children’s academics, edit contact information, and set up notifications about their children’s progress. Click HERE for help with your Parent Self-Serve Account.

Connect with JHS on Social Media

JHS Report Card