Johnson High



May 17th - 7 Period Day (See Schedule Below)

May 18th - Algebra EOC/STAAR
(Asynchronous for 10th & 11th)

May 19th - Biology EOC/STAAR
(Asynchronous for 10th & 11th)

May 20th - US History EOC/STAAR
(Asynchronous for 9th & 10th)

May 21st - 7 Period Day (See Schedule Below)

May 26th - 28th - Final Exams

May 28th - Last Day of School


-Bring school issued device AND charger

-Doors open at 8:15 for breakfast

-Be on campus no later than 8:30

-VIRTUAL students report to the gym

-Snacks and water are allowed

-Cafeteria will serve grab and go lunch

-Following testing at 3PM students will attend ADVISORY

-For students that have transportation at 3PM, ADVISORY will be asynchronous

7 Period Schedule for 5/17 & 5/21

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The Prowl 2021 has arrived! (JHS Yearbooks) If virtual students pre-ordered, they may pick them up from the JHS front office (8:30-4pm). In-person student books will be distributed next Monday and Friday during both lunches.


All student Chromebooks, Chromebook chargers and library books

must be returned no later than the last day of school - Friday, May 28th.

For virtual students, items can be turned into the front office, in person learners

must bring their returns to the library. Drive by drop-offs will be held on June 1st and 2nd

from 9AM – 11AM and 4PM – 6PM. If you opt in for the drive by please make sure that the Chromebook is turned on and the screen can be easily viewed.

Wright this Minute - May 13
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Registration for Summer School is now open for both Credit Recovery and Get Ahead courses. Summer school Credit Recovery for core coursework is free, but Get Ahead courses such as: health, speech, PE, and Art require a fee.

Click on the link below to for more details and to register your student.

Summer School Registration

For questions about your child’s grades, please contact their teacher. Counselors are available to assist with lost credits required for graduation and help with summer school registration.

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Exam Exemption Info for Spring 2021

Johnson High School Family,

We hope this message finds you all doing well and that you are ready to help push your student(s) to FINISH STRONG these next couple of weeks! I would like to encourage any students that are labeled virtual and are ready to come back on campus to please do so these last five weeks! There will be no need in changing the commitment form to IPL!

Students can exempt all semester exams for all classes provided they meet:

  1. Attendance requirement: In person learners must not be absent more than three times (for any reason) between the periods of April 26 and start of final exams on May 24! Virtual learners must not be marked absent more than three times during the same period and attend ALL Zoom/virtual meetings (Virtual learners who do not attend during the scheduled class time are considered absent).
  2. Grade requirement: Students must have an average of 70 or higher for the 2nd semester
  3. Discipline: No ISS, no Impact assignments for spring semester
  4. Debt free: Must not owe any fees for lost textbooks, ID’s, etc.

Exemptions are class to class, meaning you could qualify to be exempt in some classes and not in others. If your student is coded as “in-Person” he/she must attend in-person, they cannot log in remotely and get attendance credit for exemptions. They must physically be present. Effective Tuesday, April 27th, everyone qualifies for semester exemptions if ALL above criteria are met. Please note that we have the following two EOC exams this week. It is important to remember that if you are in the group that is not testing on campus, that you remember to log into schoology and submit the daily attendance feature.

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Summer Strength and Conditioning Camp is live! We will host 2 sessions at JHS.

Session 1: 7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. - For incoming 9-12th football players.

Session 2: 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. - All 9-12th grade males and females NOT planning on playing football.

Leo Club will be collecting hygiene
products to give to the Hays Clothes Closet.

Items to bring: toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, deodorant, hand sanitizer, disposable masks, and feminine hygiene products.

These supplies will be provided to students
within Hays CISD. Please be generous.

Collection boxes will be located on the stage in the
cafeteria and in the front hallway.

Thank you in advance for your generosity.


Next general PTA meeting May 20th 6:30 in the cafeteria.

REGISTRATION for '21-22 School Year!

Online registration for the 2021-22 school year will open June 1, 2021

*current and new students will need to register


Student Council is making Snack Packs for Caritas of Austin, an organization that works with our homeless community. These snack packs will be passed out to the less fortunate. Our Amazon wish list is linked below.


Leo Club Induction Ceremony

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End of year 2021

We are almost there, Johnson Family! The end of the most unique school year is just around the corner, and we rocked it. I wanted to send out this email as a reminder to all parents and guardians to keep a few things in mind over the summer.

  1. New Orders every year- If your child requires ANY medication while on campus they will need a new set of orders from the MD, signed by parent/ guardian, and handed into the nurse. This would include Tylenol, Advil, antibiotics any medication that is to come on to campus, the clinic needs an order. Blank short and long term order forms are available for download on the school web site under ADMINISTRATION-NURSE-MEDICATIONS AT SCHOOL-MED AUTH FORMS.
  2. Immunizations- Families will be notified over the summer if they have any delinquencies. You may email proof of vaccination or Reason of Conscience to or The Reason of Conscience will have to be dropped off in person to the school. They may be dropped at the front office in an envelope addressed to the nurse.
  3. Physical Forms/ Rank One forms- Are to be handed into the trainers: Phillip Jones and or Amber Jones. or
  4. Registering for the next year- Please when registering your student for the next year, please complete the questions regarding transportation, treatment and or medication, whether it is yes or no. If you don’t answer the question it will automatically default to no and I would not be able to care for your student.
  5. Students who have medications at school- The last day for medication pick up will be the last day of school. Any medication left on campus after the end of school will be destroyed and disposed of, according to the district policy. If there is a complication picking up your students medications please reach out to the clinic and we will make specific arrangements. Also, I will be putting together a packet of blank order forms, permission forms for students that are currently taking medication at school so that during summer MD visits you will have the forms with you for convenience.

As always I am here to ensure the health and safety of your children, if you have any questions please feel free to reach out to me. Have a safe and healthy summer.

Dawn Baker RN, BSN

JHS School nurse

512 268 8512 ext 44367

Pam Jordan LVN

JHS School nurse

512 268 8512 ext 44370

JHS Athletic Booster Meeting

Booster Meeting and Booster Elections meeting changed to May 17th @ 6:30.

Below is link for election sign-up.

CTE Course 2021-2022 Information

Ag mech, cosmetology, barbering, culinary arts, firefighter, and automotive technology course content focuses on hands-on, lab-based instruction which is more successfully mastered in an in-person learning environment. Therefore, these courses will only be offered in an in-person learning environment for the 2021-22 school year.

Below is a link to the CTE courses that will require in-person instruction:

Outside Deliveries

No outside food or deliveries are permitted on campus this year until further notice. This includes Uber Eats, Door Dash ect. Students are not allowed to have food delivered to the campus during school hours as this creates safety issues and interferes with Covid-19 protocols.

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Navigate Your Future

Starting in February, Hays CISD middle and high school students will begin making their course selections for the 2021-22 school year. Courses that students choose now truly do map their future. This website is designed to help students and parents (1) understand the choices and supports available to them and (2) make decisions around what is best for each student.



Parents and Juniors please review the slide show on JUNIOR YEAR CHECKLIST. This will help you start planning for your Senior Year. You can also find everything you need on your Schoology Icon - JHS Counseling and Academics.

JHS Club & Organization Catalog

CLICK: JHS Club & Organization Catalog

Did you know Johnson High School offers more than 30 extracurricular clubs and organizations for you to be a part of? Check out the club catalog to learn more about what’s available during the spring semester, with information on how to join or learn more about each club. Explore new opportunities and make new friends by joining a group this semester!


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


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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.

Student Parking Permit


1. A fully completed form

2. Your current Driver's License

3. Your current insurance card

4. Sept-June, cost is $25.00
CASH OR PAY ONLINE AT JHS WEBSTORE (no checks accepted). Replacement Permits are $10.

5. Parent Permission Signature required if under 18 years old

6. If you have not purchased a parking permit, parked on campus and vehicle is booted it is $25 removal fee.

7. Your parking permit should be adhered to the inside of the front windshield on the driver's side.

CLICK HERE to complete parking permit application

Visitors on Campus

Visitors will not be permitted on campus to limit any potential outside exposure to our students and staff.

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