Panther Press

K-12 Weekly: January 5, 2018

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Please remember to update any changes to your contact information (address, email address, phone number(s), emergency contact(s), etc.) in JMC.

Why is it important to login to JMC on a regular basis?

  • PARENT + TEACHER + STUDENT = success!
  • stay in-the-know with your student's ongoing academic progress
  • access your child's class schedule, report cards and other important academic data
  • register your child(ren) for school annually

What is my username and password?

  • JMC username--> parent/guardian's last name
  • JMC password--> originally set by parent/guardian

Forgot your password? Please contact your child's school office.

Don't Forget...

  • January 15: No School (Professional Development)
Complete calendar is linked here. Choose your preferred format (week, month or agenda).

Knoxville Schools Cancellation/Delay Alerts

If you haven't already, please sign up to receive cancellations and/or delay notifications through GovDelivery. Choose to receive email and/or text messages. Directions to sign up are located here.

From the Desk of Linda Abbott, West Principal

West Elementary staff and students continue to amaze me! As we enter into a new year, I like to reflect on the people and events in the previous year that made it memorable and rewarding... (Click to read more)

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Classroom Catering

The KCSD Nutrition Dept. is offering a new service available for parents & KCSD staff...

Drivers Education will be offered this spring @ KHS through Triple 'R' Driving School. This session begins on Tues., Feb. 27th with Mr. Grimm as the instructor. Register forms are available on our website, in the HS office, & via the PDF below.
2018 Coaches vs Cancer Order Form

Click the link above to go to the website or print the attachment below. DEADLINE FOR ALL ORDERS IS TUESDAY, JANUARY 9TH.

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The Knoxville Education Foundation was incorporated in 1995. The primary objective of the Foundation is to build a fund that will generate a continuing source of money for scholarships or special projects within the school district. The Knoxville Education Foundation is not part of the Knoxville School District; it is an independent organization that contributes to projects not achievable through the regular school budget.

To help in our efforts, you are invited to participate in the 12th year of a program designed to raise money for Knoxville’s students. We are asking that you consider donating money for each 3-point basket made by varsity basketball players (boys and girls) and/or each pin made by a Knoxville varsity wrestler during the 2017-2018 seasons. At the conclusion of the season, you will receive a bill showing the amount owed to the Foundation.

Money is used to provide scholarships for graduating seniors, supporting educational programs, and for other special projects designed to provide educational opportunities for our students. Each year we strive to donate $1,000 to each school for their use in meeting a need they have for their students. Those contributions have proven to be very helpful at each school.

If you are interested in participating in this program, please complete the pledge form below (PDF) and return it to:

Kim Hollinrake, Treasurer

Knoxville Education Foundation

309 W. Main St.

Knoxville, IA 50138

Thank you for your support.

David Hoke, President

Knoxville Education Foundation

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KCSD Administrative Office

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