Main Office: 278-0449
Community Ed: 278-0552
High School hosts students in grades ten through twelve with
a student body of approximately 1,550 students. The JHS staff
and students take pride in the school's history of academic, activity and athletic achievements. We
invite you to learn more about our
exploring our web site. If you have any questions, please feel
free to contact us.
Principal - Ryan Woods
Associate Principal - Jerry Stratton
Associate Principal - Randy Klein
Senior Tributes for the Yearbook
Senior tributes for the 2017 yearbook can be purchased and designed during parent/teacher conferences Nov. 3 and 10. Yearbook staff members will be in the journalism lab, Room 413 upstairs, to create the tribute. Bring photos, the message and $60. Please refer to senior tributes for more information.
In addition to the normal schedule, we have early dismissal on Wednesday afternoons. Busses will run one hour earlier on these days for students using our transportation system. Student who will be staying at the building for practices after school or wanting to study will be allowed to stay and work at JHS in designated areas during this time.
Johnston High School New Construction!!!
Construction on the new high school is well underway!
New Johnston High School website
https://jhsmoodle.johnston.k12.ia.us/ is a website that houses information that you will be looking for throughout the year. Go to the website and click the Principal’s Communication tab, and then Parent Information. Login as a guest to the site. This page will continue to be updated during the school year. The Back to School Night Schedules as well as some of the documents will be posted.
Infinite Campus is the program we use as our student management system. The schedule, locker number, and student network/JDragonmail username and password are listed under the Reports tab and the username and password is listed under Network UN/PW tab. (If you need information sent to you via hard copy, please contact us at the 278-0449)
District Infinite Campus Help Page
Congratulations to all our JHS Athletics and Activities Groups!
Check Out the Accomplishments and Successes on the Athletic Website
We have made a few changes to our building security plan for this school year. The district has invested in the construction of a new secure front entrance at the high school. All who enter the building need to check in with the attendance office. In order to gain access to the building, you must either have a school district ID or have been processed through our Raptor system. Any visitor will need a driver’s license, which is scanned against a database to determine if they can be allowed into the building. After the search is run an ID badge will be printed that a visitor will wear while in the building. This process will be done with all guests who enter district schools, and will allow us to keep better tabs on who enters our buildings. Thank you for your understanding of this process.
We will be announcing some changes to where and when students will be able to enter the building this year. We ask that ALL visitors only enter through the south main entrance.
Parking is limited. Those students who were issued a tag must have a 2016-17 tag in order to legally park on the JHS campus. Students can not park in grassy areas, along the curb or in the blue or yellow grid areas located on the outside of the designated parking areas. If a student is found to be parked in one of those locations, or without a tag, they will be fined. Students can only park in the designated yellow parking areas and will need their tag for the first day of school. Students with a school permit, but do NOT have a tag, must park at City Hall, NOT on 59th Court.
A letter explaining how transportation will work next year is attached
Information specific to Seniors can be found on a Senior Cental website page ---> Find information on Yearbook Senior Photos and Yearbook Senior Ads.
Tuesday, May 30, 2017 at the Drake Knapp Center 7:00 pm
Prom will be on May 13, 2017 from 8:30 -11:30 PM at the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center
Digital Learning Environment - 1:1 iPad Initiative
Johnston High School students are engaged in a digital learning environment with 1:1 iPads. Student mobile devices provides access to various resources and information, and leads students to tools that promote communication, creativity, and collaboration.
Johnston's Digital Learning Environment - information regarding the 1:1 initiative for students in grades PreKindergarten through 12
Student iPad Help website - App video tutorials and help guides; Students must log in to the content using their jdragonmail account. Staff is also able to help in person if students visit the iPad Headquarters stationed in the high school library.
iPad Help Ticket System - enter a help ticket for iPad support
Child Labor Work Permits
Students who need a work permit need to complete them online at the following link http://www.iowadivisionoflabor.gov/child-labor