Coronavirus and School Network Concerns
Due to coronavirus concerns, students will not be returning to school for the rest of the 2019-2020 School Year. Governor Kay Ivey issued this statement outlining alternate methods of instruction set to begin April 6, 2020. We will post additional information as it becomes available.
Please pardon our progress, we are currently upgrading our network and server systems to better protect against cyber attacks. Please follow us on the Jasper City Schools Facebook page for updates and announcements.
We urge you to stay safe by following recommendations put forth by public health officials regarding coronavirus.
Please read the following information and guidelines for JHS graduation on Friday, May 22nd. We ask for your help in following social distance guidelines and safety precautions.
The 2020 Alabama Summer Learning Challenge is being held May 18 until July 31. There are “tons” of FREE learning resources for students to use.
JCS is eager to provide our students and families with information that might be helpful during this time. Please read more about available Internet resources that might be available to you.
Please participate in the "Be the Light" Movement to support JCS athletes, Class of 2020, JCS students and faculty, community members, and our dedicated health and emergency workers. Read more about how you can join in!
Please see the attached information on Internet available in parking lots in Jasper, Alabama. Different Internet providers are also offering Internet services to families of K-12 students.
Check out the information on the Community Feeding Program. Read more about it!
JCS students may continue to pick up breakfast and lunch from Monday, April 6th until further notice (excluding Saturdays and Sundays). Read more about this program and locations.
Read the Superintendent News and learn about all the great Spring things going on in the Jasper City Schools!
Congratulations Mrs. Kristy Watkins for achieving the status of National Board Certified Teacher! Kristy is an asset to the Jasper City Schools and dedicates her time to helping other teachers have an even greater impact in their profession.
On December 11th, Jasper Jr. High School earned the distinction of being a Cognia Internationally Certified STEM School!
The Walker County First Teacher HIPPY Program is excited to offer to all parents/guardians of preschool children ages 3 and 4 in Walker County the opportunity to prepare their children for success in school and beyond!
Mr. Mike Cordle, the JHS Yearbook Sponsor, and the 2019-2020 yearbook staff was recognized for their dedication and service.
A clean sweep as the Jasper High School Vikings Marching Band wins the 5A State Championship. Congratulations to our back to back champions.
Coach Bobby Daniels said his team would need to play “Jasper volleyball” to earn the 5A state championship- AND THEY DID!
Congratulations to the JCS Teachers of the Year! Their hard work and dedication is commendable and truly appreciated!
Read about the great things going on in the Jasper City Schools! #thejaspervikingway
Please read the JCS Parent-Student Handbook for the 2019-2020 school year.
We like Blue better than Red!!! The Jasper High School Lady Vikings Volleyball team has brought home the class 5A State title! Click to read the DME write-up: