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Find Your Child's Schoolwork
STEP 2: SELECT YOUR CHILD’S SCHOOL: Once on the NTI 2.0 District Portal, select your child’s school. For example on the right, we’ve selected Meyzeek Middle School.
STEP 3: SELECT YOUR CHILD’S TEACHER: A list of teachers will be displayed after you select the school. Please select your child’s teacher.
STEP 4: CHECK OUT ASSIGNMENTS ON EACH TEACHER’S PAGE: This is where parents can see information about assignments for their student.
Meals for JCPS Students
Meals continue as the 2020-21 school year began through Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) on Aug. 25. Breakfasts and lunches will be available from 10 a.m. to Noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 131 sites. Read more here.
Federal guidelines require that:
- Children must be enrolled in Jefferson County Public Schools to receive meals.
- Parents or guardians should present the barcode they received in the mail for each student OR be prepared to provide the name, date of birth and the school each child is enrolled in.
- Only students eligible for free or reduced meals, including all students enrolled in schools where all students usually receive free meals, can receive free meals.
The School and Community Nutrition Services website has information about signing up your child for meals, paying for them if necessary, reporting any special dietary needs and more.
Eviction Prevention Coordination Center
The Association of Community Ministries (ACM) launched the Eviction Prevention Coordination Center in an effort to address the expected increase in evictions in the coming weeks and months. ACM partnered with Metro United Way’s United Community to build a simple intake form to be used by eviction intake coordinators to then help those residents navigate the process of accessing resources to help them stay in their homes. The form can still be accessed HERE and it is also available at metrounitedway.org/211 or by simply calling 2-1-1.