Johnson County Central Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Tecumseh, NE. It has 550 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 78% of students are at least proficient in math and 86% in reading.
358 N 6th
Tecumseh, NE 68450
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Elementary Schools in Johnson County Central Public Schools
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- A25 Students
- C+21 Students
- B18 Students
- B+12 Students
- A-10 Students
- B-9 Students
- B8 Students
- NG8 Students
- B+6 Students
- A-6 Students
Johnson County Central Public Schools Reviews
I moved to this school my senior year, I was able to cheerlead and be apart of an amazing team! The staff was absolutely amazing and very welcoming. The councilor made sure that I felt welcomed and had someone show me around.
Johnson county central public schools is a place with great vibes. The staff are all friendly and helpful. Most teachers are very good while others have poor methods of teaching. Some teachers are very lenient and don't bother to enforce rules and dont care if students aren't paying attention. In JCC there are too many second chances such as ZAP, Saturday school, and alternative education. Zap is a program for those students who fail to turn their assignments in on time and are told to stay after school to complete them, but they may be exempt by a parent. Saturday school is for those who have missed to many days and have the opportunity to recover time during Saturday. Alternative education is a joke, students do there assignments online, after finishing they are allowed to leave home. Changes such as renovations, better food, and removing -Zap, Saturday school, and alternative education will improve our school tremendously.
I think that Johnson County Central is a good school with good people but I believe that the school needs to be made a little safer. The school needs to lower the number of drugs and other prohibited things being in the school. Other than that I have enjoyed my experience at Johnson County Central so far!