The JCISD is an educational service agency that works in partnership with local public and charter schools, and the local community. With a commitment to the success of all students by providing educational leadership, services, programs, and resources, the JCISD has set its sights on the following strategic goals for the 2015 school year and beyond:
- Evolve the County’s School Improvement Consortium
- Build and Strengthen Communication
- Lead the AdvancedEd Accreditation Process
- Support Quality Collaborative Efforts that
Achieve Collective Impact
more on the JCISD, including its purpose statement and overview of services, click
As of April 2015, new high school graduation requirements and options under Michigan’s Merit Curriculum (MMC) went into effect. The new requirements – among additional changes – will allow students taking Career Technical Education courses, such as health science, welding and agriscience, to count those courses toward graduation credits. The JCISD has made available a Guide for Parents to help students and their families to understand these updated requirements. Printed versions of this guide are available at most Jackson County high schools, and is available electronically through the link above.
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