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School Updates for the week of:

May 20-May 24


Monday is our TCAP carnival day! 8th graders will begin the day with yearbook signing in the gym, while e7th graders enjoy the carnival. Then after lunch they will switch areas. We are looking forward to a big fun day!

Monday evening beginning promptly at 6:00pm will be out 8th grade awards. All of our 8th graders will receive something on this night. Make plans to attend. Our 8th graders should plan to be in the gym and seated no later than 5:45. 

Tuesday and Wednesday will be our regular school days for 7th graders and the 8th graders who are not on the Washington, D.C. trip.

Thursday is a teacher work day and no students will be present. 

Friday, May 24th will be our last 1/2 day for all students and at 8:30am, we will have our 7th grade awards. If your 7th grader is receiving an award, one of their teachers will be in contact with you prior to this day. Report cards will be given out on this day also. 

. Summer camp will be June 3rd-27th, Monday-Thursday, from 8:00-3:00pm. Breakfast and lunch will be provided and transportation will also be provided. Have your student pick up a from in the office on Monday.



You MUST have a current SPORTS physical to try-out. This is different from a wellness physical. You will not be able to try out unless you bring required paperwork (sports physical, concussion form and required health insurance information). TSSAA requires you to have health insurance. There will be sports physical packets available at the elementary schools beginning Monday, May 6th. You may also pick up a packet at the middle school anytime. If you need a sports physical, Wendy Hensley will be able to do one. Please call the middle school at 727-2600 or call central office at 727-2640 to schedule this. There is a fee for the physical.


Cheerleading tryouts will be Thursday, May 23rd from 3:30-5:30. Packets will be available in the school offices soon. Follow our Facebook page for more details on when packets are due.

Boys basketball tryouts will be Tuesday, May 21st for upcoming 7th and 8th graders and Thursday, May 23rd for incoming 6th graders. Tryouts will be from 6:30-8:30 on both days and a sports physical must be turned in at the time of tryouts.

We look forwards to a new sports season! If you have any questions about tryouts, please contact Mechelle Arney, the Athletic Director for JCMS at 727-2600. Please follow our Facebook page for more details.














JCMS Chorus Proudly Presents our Veterans Day Program

JCMS Proudly presents various songs and poems honoring our Veterans.

At JCMS we want to say THANK YOU to those who have served and are serving.

Choir Director: Mr. McReynolds

Our Mission

The mission of Johnson County Middle School is to provide a safe, non-threatening, enriching environment in which students achieve successful transitions between elementary and high school, as they meet and exceed academic standards for the middle grades.

Bullying Prevention for Parents 

Middle school. It’s the transition from childhood to adolescence—when children become more independent and want to make choices for themselves. They are also in a developmental period when friends and social circles are increasingly important. And it’s the time when children can experience bullying most. If you have questions about bullying and what to do about it, check out this resource for tips and information on it.

Bullying Prevention for Parents |



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