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JCTA was established in 1968 and for over fifty years we continue to be the collective bargaining agent for over 6,000 certified personnel employees of the Jefferson County Public Schools. We represent teachers, librarians, speech clinicians, physical therapists, and occupational therapists in every one of the public schools throughout Jefferson County. 

 

Our JCTA Mission:
• Organize and Empower Public Educators
• Promote Success for Every Learner
• Serve as the Active Voice for Excellence in Public Education
• Advocate for the Rights and Interests of Members
• Advance Human, Civil, and Economic Rights for All
 


 


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Please click the links below to review the biographies of those who are interested in representing JCTA at the KEA Delegate Assembly:

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Please click the links below to review the biographies of those who are interested in representing JCTA at the KEA Delegate Assembly:


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» Lighthouse Academy at Newburg--Program Assistant Opportunity
 
 

Lighthouse Academy at Newburg-Program Assistant Opportunity

 

The Lighthouse Academy at Newburg is looking to add two (2) program assistants to our dynamic team. We are looking for individuals that will align to our mission of providing youth in our community a safe place to learn and grow through educational programs. The program assistants will provide academic assistance and support for students, K-8 in our after school and summer programs at the academy, starting in Jan. 2022.

 

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» FREE 6th-12th Grade After School Performing Arts Program
 
 

FREE 6th-12th Grade After School Performing Arts Program


Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, in collaboration with JCPS, Justice Now, Louisville Central Community Centers, AMPED, Roots 101, Kentucky Historical Society, and PNC Broadway, is offering a FREE after school performing arts program focusing on students who have had both limited and advanced experience with theatre.

Beginning October 19th to December 16th, students will be given an overview of both the performing and technical elements of theater. After the holiday break on January 5th-6th , auditions will be held for JCPS students who are in 6th - 12th grade for the play Threads of Our History: Where We Intertwine.
Threads of Our History: Where We Intertwine is a play that explores the social justice past and present of Louisville, KY by focusing on the lives of a family and those intertwined with it across multiple generations. The play is told in a series of vignettes each written by a different student or group of students focusing on an array of topics: from race-based oppression and protest, to ableism, to mental health, to the LGBTQ+ community and adoption, to generational trauma and healing. This play is a researched journey into Louisville’s past with scenes in Black Walnut Street and the KY Derby, but it is also a window into students’ lives as they strive for justice and compassion in their own journeys.


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» JCPS Quarantine FAQ Sheet
 
 

During the September 20th JCTA Professional Representative Council Meeting, the following document was shared to help JCTA members navigate the who, what, where, why, when, and how of handling quarantined students:

JCPS Quarantine FAQ Sheet

 

 

 

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» Cignition Hiring Math Teachers
 
 

Join Cignition's team of expert math tutors!

 

  • Do you love getting students to that 'I get it!' moment?
  • Are you looking to work with students online in your free-time and on your schedule?
  • Are you an expert at teaching conceptual understanding? Does an all-inclusiveprogram, including scheduling, lesson repository, online collaborativelearning tools and more sound interesting?


If yes to all of the above, then you may be a great candidate to join our expert math tutor team for K-through-12 students!

 

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» KY Youth Advocates/United Healthcare Statewide Survey
 
 
Kentucky Youth Advocates and United Healthcare are conducting a statewide survey among K-12 education leaders to understand lessons they have learned as they have supported students and families during the pandemic, as well as to identify potential solutions and effective communication and messaging strategies to strengthen teen COVID-19 vaccination rates.

In appreciation for taking the time to complete the survey, educators can enter a drawing for the chance to win one of five $25 gift cards to the Kentucky business of their choice. The entry form is separate from the survey so the responses remain anonymous.
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