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Student Services & Pupil Personnel

 

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OUR MISSION
The core purpose of the Office of Student Services team is to serve JC students, families and schools through proactive intervention, barrier removal and accurate and timely data systems in order to support ALL students’ success in school and life.


OUR STAFF

Director of Pupil Personnel-Donna Givens

Assistant Director of Pupil Personnel-Daniel Sandlin

Attendance Advocate/District Social Worker-Earl Trent

Student Data Specialist-Patty Teater

Administrative Assistant-Stephanie Kolberg


        September is National Attendance Awareness Month

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In Kentucky, HIGH ATTENDANCE DAY is SEPTEMBER 20th and schools have a chance to win an award if all children are present. Let's all do our part to have all students in school September 20th and every day of the year!

Every Day Counts!

 

 

 

 

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Click above to read From the Desk of DPP                                                    Click above for an Attendance Update                          


Bullying-You Can Make A Difference!
When your child or someone close to you is being bullied, YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.  There are many steps to take to resolve a situation.  Make sure you understand what bullying is and what it is not, the warning signs of bullying and steps to take for preventing and responding to bullying.  Please make sure you talk with your child daily, be supportive, and work with your child's school to help resolve situations.  For more information on bullying click on the KCSS link:   Kentucky Center for School Safety

 

Suicide Prevention-It's Time to Talk!
Suicide remains as one of the leading causes of death for young people ages 10-24 in Kentucky.  House Bill 51 requires every public middle/high school administrator to disseminate suicide prevention awareness information to all middle/high school students by September 1 of each year.  Kentucky is also one of four states that mandates an annual two hour suicide review for middle/high school personnel each year.  To learn more information about your school's program contact the school counselor.  For quick reference tools you can access information about warning signs and protective factors on this page under SUICIDE FORMS.   If you have any concerns regarding your child or someone you love contact your local mental health agency, call 9-1-1 or contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline @ 1 (800) 273-TALK (8255).  Also, you can access more information about suicide and prevention by clicking on the link:  Kentucky Suicide Prevention-Let's Talk 


 

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