The Jackson County Intermediate School District is an educational service agency that works in partnership with local public and charter schools, and the local community. We are committed to the success of all students by providing educational leadership, services, programs, and resources.
After the cancellation of the Jackson County Fair, Career Center staff found a new way to help the Agriscience/FFA students finish their animal projects.
You’ve likely seen one in your neighborhood, or maybe you’ve even been a part of one: drive-by parties for people who are celebrating something special during the COVID-19 quarantine.
The Jackson Area Career Center is opening its greenhouses to the public for the 12th annual Agriscience/FFA Plant Sale on May 6 - May 8.
This month's newsletter from our EdTech team includes details on virtual courses and PD sessions for educators, how to sign up for this year's EdTech Kickoff, and how to download a new security certificate to make sure your devices are working properly in your building.
Due to restrictions on large gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Jackson County ISD Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, July 14 at 4pm will be held virtually. Instructions on how to access the meeting are posted below.
As a result of COVID-19 and the closing of school buildings for the 2019-2020 School Year, school districts must submit a Continuity of Learning and COVID-19 Response Plan (“Plan”) in order to continue to receive state aid for operations. Please click on the link below to view the Jackson County Intermediate School District plan. This includes plans for both the Jackson Area Career Center and Special Education.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Jackson County ISD's primary concern is the health and safety of our students, staff and community. Please click on the "COVID-19 Info" tab at the top of this page for information including letters, resources, websites and information on how you can help.
MiSchoolData.org is a State of Michigan/MDE website with reports designed to help the community better understand their local school district, and to help parents make informed decisions. The site is provided by the Center for Educational Performance (CEPI).