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John P. Parker School
Where We Have the Courage to Achieve Greatness

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Upcoming Events

 
5/5 Grandparents Day
5/6  9 am K-2nd grade Puppet Show
5/7 Sat. 10 am Girls on the Run Race
5/16-5/20 Seeds of Learning Celebration
5/19 Literacy Night
5/20 Field Day
5/23 5th/6th grades Science Fair
SPARK "Let's Talk" begins
5/24 Capstone Presentations
Kindergarten Recognition, 8:45 am
5/25 6th Grade Recognition 9am
5/26 Last Day of School, Report Cards go home
 
 Field Trips
5/6 3rd Grade 9am-1pm Nature  Next Door
5/10  2nd Grade 9:30-1:30
cincinnati Zoo
5/11-5/12 6th Grade to CoSi in Columbus, OH
5/16 5th,6th Grades to Hobson's,  an Adopt-a-class Partner
5/17 Ms. Hatton's class to the Krohn conservatory
5/18 3rd Grade to Washington Park Cincy Dance
5/19 Scholarship Luncheon at Eddie Merlot 
5/23 4th Grade to the Kennedy Heights Art Center
5/24 3rd Grade to Wonder of Wetlands program/Hamilton County Parks
 
  Announcements
 Congratulations to our Principal, Kimberly Mack, on earning her Doctorate degree!
Way to go, Dr. Mack!
Parent Champions and Nurturing Naomi programs are coming to our school.
Event Kick off is planned for May 19th
 

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John P. Parker School is a PK-6th CPS neighborhood school located in Madisonville, an eastern suburb of Cincinnati. It is a state of the art facility designed to enhance and support the best practices in education. 

 

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 John P. Parker School is committed to the growth and development of all students, regardless of learning style, race, ethnicity, or creed. It is in the business of cultivating high expectations for staff, students, parents, and our community at large.

The school is named for John P. Parker, who was a conductor in the Underground Railroad. This African-American gentleman was a lover of books. Consequently, in the spirit of his legacy, John P. Parker is a school, "where good students read good books".

 

John P Parker, "The Conductor" from Peter Huston on Vimeo.

 

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