CJ Fridays: Every Friday is CJ Day! Everyone is encouraged to wear Red & White or CJ gear to show their Bulldog pride. CJ Days are also early dismissal days. Kindergarten - 6th Grade are released beginning at 2:10 pm and Junior High and High School students are released at 1:55 pm.
Kindergarten Enrollment for next school-year, 2019-2020, has now begun!
We are excited to offer online registration for our families who will have a Kindergartner joining us August 2019. If you currently live in the school district of Carl Junction (official proof of residency will be required later in the process), and your child will be 5 years old on or before July 31, 2019, please complete the online registration now.
You will enroll using the Parent Portal. The process is different for each family dependent on your current status. Here are the explanations and instruction page for each situation:
Brand New Families - Welcome!
Existing CJ Preschoolers
Existing Families (Siblings/Other Household Children Currently Enrolled)
Families who have had children enrolled in Carl Junction Schools or Preschool in the past, but have withdrawn them, will not be able to enroll a Kindergartner using these methods. Please call us at 417-649-5755 for additional options.
After the Online Registration is complete, you will receive a notice by mail of further required screening and enrollment steps. Please call 417-649-5755 or 417-649-7045 if you have any questions.
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Bullying/Violence Reporting Hotline: You may submit anonymous reports of bullying and violence through the Sprigeo reporting system. Click the link below to go to the online report. Your report will be reviewed on the next regular school day. If you need to report an emergency, please call 911.
What started as a dream for a group of Carl Junction teachers, staff, and community leaders for fully inclusive playgrounds for all Carl Junction students is much closer to reality today as the Power of Play Project is the recipient of a $250,000 matching grant.
Recent events in and around our community have brought to light an increasingly visible and urgent threat to the safety of all of our children. Incidents of careless, distracted, aggressive driving are endangering student and staff pedestrians before and after school, even in Carl Junction. The same behavior has also been documented – endangering bus riders during loading and unloading situations.