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Preparing for the 2022-23 School Year

John Rex Charter School is gearing up for the 2022-23 school year! We know how important it is to prepare students for the next phase of their academic careers. And at John Rex, we take this responsibility seriously. The possibilities are endless for each of our students from pre-K through 8th grade. We’re here to ensure every student finds success and soars in high school and beyond. Virtual Tour Parents and families, in lieu of an in-person Open House, please enjoy photos from our Virtual Tour. Enrollment and Application For families within Tier 1, pre-enrollment begins Jan. 10 and enrollment…

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2020-2021 P-EBT Announcement

Dear John Rex Families, We have recently been in touch with the State Department of Education regarding the P-EBT cards for the 2020-2021 school year. If your student qualified for these benefits LAST SCHOOL YEAR, and you have not received your card, you have until NOV. 30 to fill out a review form here: Students who qualified met the following requirements: - Qualified for Free or Reduced Lunches AND - Were a virtual student for any part of the year. (This does include any quarantined students who worked from home temporarily, as well) To complete this form, you will…

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John Rex Stands Up Against Bullying

October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and a new outdoor project at John Rex Charter School (JRCS) is teaching students about the importance of kindness. The project was led by Troy Hays, a local Life Scout and son of a John Rex Elementary School teacher. Hays constructed four cedar benches, or “Buddy Benches,” for students to use during recess. Students are encouraged to sit on a “Buddy Bench” when they feel lonely or in need of a new friend, which signals to other students to approach them. “The world needs more kindness,” Hays said. “It’s been an honor to do…

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