Thankfulness Note

As we approach this holiday season, we want to express our heartfelt thanks to our Greater Clark County community. From the dedicated Board and hardworking staff to the supportive parents, engaged students, and our extended community, your tireless efforts have made a significant impact.

Your dedication does not go unnoticed, and we are immensely grateful for the collaborative spirit that defines our school community. This Thanksgiving, we extend our warmest wishes for a joyful holiday season, and thank you again for your ongoing commitment to the success of our students and the strength of our community.

State Cheer Competitions

Join us in cheering on our 2023 Indiana State Champions!

Charlestown High and New Washington Middle/High Cheer Squads took home the state title in their divisions and Jeffersonville High took home an impressive 3rd place! We are proud of our student-athletes, coaches, and supporters. Way to go!

Greater North Clark Health Foundation + Greater Clark Education Foundation Donation

Thanks to grants from the Greater North Clark Health Foundation and the Greater Clark Educational Foundation, we successfully launched an Adapted Sports Camp this school year. The Greater North Clark Health Foundation generously provided the necessary equipment, while the GCEF grant covered the Coordinator/Coach stipend.

The Adapted Sports Camp offered students with disabilities the chance to participate in an enriching after-school program. The camp, exploring various sports and equipment, featured modifications tailored to enhance fine motor skills. Additionally, concurrent parent sessions provided valuable information and resources for families with students facing disabilities. Stay tuned for more updates and future opportunities!

Jeffersonville Redevelopment Commission Fund Jeff High Radio/TV Equipment

Thank you to the Jeffersonville Redevelopment Commission for your donation
to the Jeffersonville High School Radio/TV Broadcasting Class (also known as WHJI). The Commission approved an additional $268,000 towards this project, on top of the $ 50,000 earlier this year, bringing the donated total to $318,000 for the class.

The funds will go towards purchasing two 7×15 video boards, and a score table with a 20-foot widescreen, all of which will be installed in Johnson Arena.

We are excited to see our student-broadcasters grow in their skill, have more job opportunities, and continue to watch this program excel!

You can learn more about this donation here.

Utica Elementary Blue Ribbon Invitation

You’re invited to the Utica Blue Ribbon Reception!

Utica Elementary School has been awarded the National Blue Ribbon, recognizing our commitment to excellence. Join us for a reception on November 27th as we come together to celebrate this outstanding achievement.

Upcoming Break Reminder/ Calendar

With the holiday season ahead, we want to remind you of upcoming important dates and breaks! Don’t forget the second quarter ends Friday, December 15th with winter break beginning the following Monday, December 18th with classes resuming Tuesday, January 2nd.

To see the 2023-2024 School calendar you can go here.

Academy Advocate
Across the district, the entire Freshman Academy participated in JA Inspire­—a career exploration learning experience that allows students to investigate a large variety of industries and jobs. Through their Preparing for College & Careers class, students complete 5 lessons that prepare them to attend the career fair at the Kentucky Expo Center hosted by Junior Achievement. These lessons cover why career planning is important, how to develop a plan, how to make a good first impression, what questions to ask at a career fair, and what to expect at a fair. Once on site, students had the opportunity to interact with over 40 local employers! This valuable experience will help these students select their career academy and chosen pathway of study.
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