Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Jack Jouett Middle School is pleased to announce the availability of the new Parent/Student Portal. The Parent/Student Portal is a powerful on-line tool for students, parents, and guardians to participate more fully in the educational process.
The Parent/Student Portal is a powerful on-line tool for students, parents, and guardians to participate more fully in the educational process. Parents and students can use the Parent/Student Portal to track the academic progress and attendance for the current year, access teacher recommendations, and make course requests for the upcoming year.
Passwords are set through the link emailed. It is important to check Parent Portal frequently to monitor student progress, pay lunch balances, manage fines and fees, and there are forms accessible through portal for various activities, depending on the building your student (s) attend.
Parents who have joint custody may request Parent Portal access to the additional household upon request. When logging in, your username is the email address the district has on file for the parent.
Jack Jouett Middle School ranks among the top 20% of public schools in Virginia for:
Jack Jouett Middle School's student population of 559 students has stayed relatively flat over five school years.
Jack Jouett Middle School is ranked within the bottom 50% of all 1,800 schools in Virginia (based off of combined math and reading proficiency testing data) for the 2018-19 school year.
All of these names, including Jouett, will be the subject of a public meeting on Wednesday evening, June 2, beginning at 6:30. The advisory committee is hoping to hear from members of the school community about the survey results and their name choices. People wishing to address advisory committee members are asked to sign up ahead ...
The advisory committee, which was appointed last month, has 16 members, including the school’s principal, Ashby Johnson; school staff and faculty; parents of students at the school; parents of elementary school students who attend feeder schools to Jouett; members of the broader community; and an Albemarle High School student who attended Jouett.
Nearly 80 percent of the responses support keeping the school’s current name, although in a separate question on the survey, a plurality of responses said that a school’s location was the most important criteria for a school’s name.