Dear Johnson Parents, Families and Friends:
As we get ready for another exciting school year I am energized by the amazing things that have been accomplished at Johnson. We are preparing to present even more innovative and engaging opportunities for our students including our first year implementing Code to the Future and embedding computer engineering and coding into daily curriculum. The addition of such a program will no doubt strengthen our already powerful and exciting lineup of content.
Johnson is dedication to its vision as we “Empower Life-Long Learners.” Our school enables students to have access to the highest level of education to meet high expectations. In addition to academic expectations we are excited to expand the enrichment opportunities for our students to help strengthen the overall experiences of Johnson students.
The empowerment of students is not an easy task. The demands and complexities of teaching children increase each year, and it has become more vital than ever that the school, family and community work together to ensure success for all of our students. It is everyone’s responsibility to empower children with the creative, intellectual, and decision-making skills necessary for them to become socially, physically, emotionally and academically successful.
The learning community at Johnson has worked hard to develop an educational program that supports all students and incorporates Common Core Standards. The lessons are designed to prepare students for the future by developing their content knowledge, vocabulary, social skills, and their motivation to learn. These lessons along with the enrichment programs offered will make Johnson students ready to tackle High School, College and beyond.
I am looking forward to a great 2019-2020 and know that our experienced and dedicated staff is ready to put Johnson Middle School’s Mission statement into action – “Johnson Middle School provides opportunities and support in an academic learning community that encourages students’ to make positive choices for success.”
Johnson Middle School