Johnson High School



  • Reporting COVID Information


    This form is to allow for students and parents to report covid +, covid like symptoms and close contacts directly to the nurse email. Form is confidential to the nurses.

    Click HERE to access form.


    Update from the district (Monday January 3rd, 2022):

    The district continues to maintain an updated, central location webpage where you can find current safety plans, case-count dashboards, and other important COVID-related information at:


    New CDC Isolation Protocol

    During the break the Centers for Disease Control changed its COVID-19 isolation protocols, which should help in reducing potential staffing shortages at Hays CISD campuses and allow us the best chance to keep operations from being disrupted. These changes are based on continuing research. The isolation period has been reduced from 10 days for people who test positive for COVID to five days – if they are asymptomatic, fever-free for 24 hours, and wear a mask for an additional five days while around others. People who meet the criteria to end isolation after five days, but who do not wish to wear a mask, or are unable to do so for the next five days, must remain home and away from school for the full 10-day isolation period.


    Students Who Are Out Sick or Isolated

    Students who are out of school with a positive COVID test result, or for close-contact isolation, no longer need to login daily for remote conferencing. This was something the state had required for attendance counting purposes. Since it is no longer necessary, and was burdensome on students and teachers; the district will no longer offer it. Instead, COVID-related absences will be managed as would any other absence for illness. Students can access assignments directly from their teachers to make up missing work. Secondary students can access their assignments in Schoology and elementary students will be able to get assignments in hard copy, or by other means at the teacher’s discretion.



    envelope saying Report Card

    Click here to view the JHS Federal Report Card.

    Click here to read JHS letter in English , hacer clic aqui para Espanol.



    Jag News

    For the most recent newsletter, click here.
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    images of Japan

    Ever wanted to see the world and experience another culture firsthand? Well now you can! I am thrilled to announce that I will be taking a group of students abroad to Japan
    Summer 2023
     and I want you to come with me!
    Talk about the educational experience of a lifetime. We’ll see famous landmarks, interact with new people and new cultures, and find a little more independence along the way.
    Bring your family to our information session on Wednesday, October 27th to learn more about my tour and how you can be a part of it.
    Please register to get the details for the meeting using this link:     
    There are limited spots on this tour, so we would love to have you attend this meeting to learn more about this exciting opportunity!
    Mr. Jason Ferrell  room 374


    Order your yearbook

    Click here to order: Yearbook Order Center



    News from the Nurse
    Click here to see the end of school letter from our nurse.
    Click here for the medications form for the 2021-2022 school year.
     Information for parents from our counselors

    Please take note : we will no longer print progress reports (or report cards) at JHS.  

    • Parents can access Progress Report and Report Card grades via Parent Portal.  

    • If a student needs a printed copy to take home they can pick one up at the counseling center ~ they will need to present their ID at the time of the request.

     Parents can email with any questions regarding parent portal OR  click here: Parent Self-Service Portal for instructions.

    Letter from Principal Miksch!





  • Figueroa to Lead Hays CISD Mariachi Program

    Hays CISD is pleased to announce the selection of Victor Figueroa as the district’s new mariachi program director. The award-winning Mariachi program has long been a point of pride for the district. The decorated Figueroa, a Texas State University graduate, is returning to the area from his most recent job as the high school mariachi assistant director for McAllen High School.

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  • Navigate Your Future: Middle School Edition – with a focus on rising 9th graders

    Navigate Your Future: Middle School Edition – with a focus on rising 9th graders. Wednesday January 12, 2022 from 6:00 – 8:00 PM. Performing Arts Center, 979 Kohler’s Crossing, Kyle, TX. 6:00 – 6:40 PM General Sessions (Auditorium). 6:45 – 8:00 PM Breakout Sessions. Click headline or “Read More” for additional details.

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  • MacRoberts To Lead New Hays CISD Elementary

    Hays CISD Superintendent Dr. Eric Wright announced Monday that David MacRoberts will serve as the new principal for the elementary school that is scheduled to open in the Sunfield subdivision in August 2022. At a meeting on Monday, the Hays CISD Board of Trustees approved the hiring decision. MacRoberts is a proud United States Army veteran with more than two decades worth of school teaching and leadership experience.

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  • Board Appoints Retired Bilingual Teacher to Fill Vacancy Until Special Election

    The Hays CISD Board of Trustees voted Thursday to appoint Dr. Esmeralda Pérez-González to fill a vacancy on the Board until the next opportunity to have a special election for the seat. Dr. Pérez-González, who was one of the founding staff members of Hay CISD’s Camino Real Elementary School when it opened in 2008, enjoyed a 38-year career in education before she retired in May 2021.

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  • Committee Recommends ‘Sunfield Elementary’ as Name for New School

    The 2021 Hays CISD Naming Committee will make a recommendation in December to the Board of Trustees to name the district’s fifteenth elementary campus Sunfield Elementary School. The school is located in the Sunfield community in Buda, Texas. Approximately 360 name suggestions were submitted for the school during the name nomination period. Almost half of the suggestions, 152 of them, were to name the school Sunfield Elementary. In Hays CISD, schools can be named after the subdivision in which the facility is located, or after historical people or events.

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