*JCES is a Proficient School in Kentucky!

*We are a Leader in Me School!



Do Our Best!

Be Our Best! 

Leading the Way at


Junction City Elementary News

STLP Project: iPads for Patients

Our STLP is excited to announce their community service project!  This project will help our students receiving homebound services access to technology and our school technology resources.  iPads are available to any Junction City Elementary student that currently receiving homebound services.  When these services are needed, please contact our STLP coordinator, Barbara Anderson for assistance. 

Preschool Registration and Developmental Screening

Registration and Free Developmental Screening for the 2016-17 School Year

Junction City Elementary School
May 12th, 19th, 23rd 

Perryville Elementary School
May 9th, 11th, 20th  

Woodlawn Elementary School
May 13th, 16th, 18th, 24th


To schedule an appointment at JCES or WES: call Kristi Waters at (859) 236-6634 ext. 3220
To schedule an appointment at PES: call Karen Dunagan at (859) 936-7500 ext. 5233


Graduation Date Set!

Seniors will be walking the stage on Saturday, May 28 at 7:30.


Black and Gold Registration

It's that time of year again! Black and Gold Registration information will be sent home with students this week, but the preferred method for registration is online.

Here is the link to register your child!

Prince and Princess Prom

On Friday, May 13th, Junction City Elementary will host our third annual Prince and Princess Prom for ALL Boyle County elementary students ages 3-12.  The dance is being held at Boyle County High School from 6:00-8:00 pm.   Tickets are $5.00 per person (adult or child).  This is a great opportunity for the students to dress up and dance with their adult family members.  DJ Tao Costello will be spinning some fantastic tunes!  A photographer will be there to capture this special event in pictures and refreshments will be provided.  Tickets will be available for purchase at all three schools in May.  You can also purchase tickets at the door that evening.  All proceeds will benefit the instructional program at JCES. 

Please join us!  It’s going to be an awesome event!!

Read and Ride


http://www.readandride.orgVery soon Junction City Elementary will offer an after school Read and Ride Club.  There is significant research connecting exercise to improved academic performance.  We feel that this extra time will really maximize the growth of our students.  The club, offered to selected 3rd-5th grade students, will meet every Tuesday and Friday after school from 3:00-4:00 p.m.  Students will alternate between reading and riding on a bike or reading in a comfy spot.  While students read, teachers will meet with individual students to work on specific skills.  Students will compete on teams for the most miles and the most pages read.  We will help students set individual goals, as well.  At the conclusion of the program, all victories will be celebrated and the children will get to take home all of their books.  Here is a link to more information on the Read and Ride program.


Assistance Request Form

If your family needs support with heat, food, access to health services, school supplies, clothing, or another resource, please let us know using the link below.

This form can also be found under the "Student Services" drop down menu from the home page on our website. 

Leader In Me- 7 Habits

LIM schools focus on developing the 7 Habits of Healthy Kids.  Our goal is to “communicate each child’s worth and potential so clearly that they are inspired to see it in themselves (Stephen Covey).” 

Restroom Expectations

Our teachers have made a video to show the students our expections on appropriate restroom behavior.  Check out some of the things our students should and should not do.

Hallway Expectations

Walking in the hallway is something that our students do a lot during the day.  We want to make sure that our students are successful at this task.  Our teachers have made a video to help our students know what makes a great line!!

Cafeteria Expectations

To ensure that our students know what we expect of them in the cafeteria our teachers have made a video showing what you should and shouldn't do in the cafeteria.

Recess Expectations

We really want to make sure that our students know the expectations we have for them when they are at recess.  This video has some of our teachers showing what you should and shouldn't do at recess. 

View All News


Last Day for Students
Wednesday, 5/25/2016

BCHS Graduation
Saturday, 5/28/2016



Labor Day- No School
Monday, 9/5/2016

Fall Break
10/10/2016 - 10/14/2016

Election Day- No School
Tuesday, 11/8/2016

Thanksgiving Break
11/23/2016 - 11/25/2016