Carl Junction Schools

Succeeding Together

Welcome

Welcome to the new Carl Junction School District website. We will continue to add content to this new site so that it can be a helpful resource for students, parents, staff, and the community. Please let us know if there is something that you would like to see posted on the site by emailing tskaggs@cjr1.org
 

Announcements

  • Archery Sign ups/Mandatory Meetings - November 6

    • 4th - 5th grade, Junior High Commons, 6:30 pm
    • 6th - 8th grade, Junior High Gym, 6:30 pm
    • 9th - 12th grade, Junior High Gym, 7:30 pm
    • Paperwork (available that night) is due along with fees: $50 for 6th -12th grade, $10 for 4th-5th grade
    • T-shirts & car decals will be available for purchase
       
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  • Veterans' Day Assembly - November 11, 1:15, High School Gym - All Veterans and Active Duty Military Personnel are invited to be a part of our Veterans' Day Assembly. Please contact Zak Petty at 417-291-3236 or zpetty@cj.k12.mo.us to let us know that you are planning to attend. Please provide your service information so that we may introduce you. A reception will follow the assembly.
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  • High School to stage musical - "Return to the Forbidden Planet," November 20, 21, 22 at 7 pm.
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  • New Student Enrollment: Please call 417-649-5755 to set up an appointment for enrollment.
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Headlines

  • Carl Junction Schools seeks voter approval for Proposition Tornado Safety

    Safety and security were the top concerns voiced during community meetings hosted by the Carl Junction R-1 Board of Education as they were working on a master plan. With that in mind, the Board has decided to place a $16.5 million bond issue on the November ballot to address safety concerns.

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  • CJ Schools partner with Freeman to offer health program

    Carl Junction Schools is partnering with Freeman Health System, Carl Junction Family Medicine, and The Ozark Center to provide health care options to students and their families in an easily accessible venue. School-based health clinics strive to improve the health of students, increase access to health care, and decrease the time lost from school.

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