John P Parker

5051 Anderson Place , Cincinnati, OH 45227 (513) 363-2900

NEWS AND EVENTS

School Hours: 7:30-2:15

Family Literacy Night Where: JPP Cafe When:Thursday Oct. 24th, 5-7PM

Madisonville Education and Assistance Center (MEAC) provides a FREE After School Early Literacy Program at JPParker for students in Preschool - 3rd grade. Parents can contact Robyn White, the Literacy Program Coordinator, for more information.
When:
Tuesday and Thursday
PreK Program 2:15-3:30
K-3rd Grade Program 3:45-5:00
Our website is, www.meaconline.org

After School Care: Provided by Boys and Girls Club of Cincinnati, presentlyTues.-Thurs. call 363-2900 for more information.

PARENT CENTER
Open Daily
7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m

WATCH an awesome video by Erin Bailey that shows why JPP is achieving great things. Click Here

WATCH John P Parker on NBC's Education Nation, Click Here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Where We Have the Courage to Achieve Great Things"

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.

Rated "Effective" on the State of Ohio Report Card

 

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. John P Parker draws its population primarily from Madisonville, as well as Kennedy Heights and Oakley.
The school is named for John P. Parker, who was a conductor on the Underground Railroad. This African-American gentleman was a lover of books. Consequently, in the spirit of his legacy, John P Parker's is a school,
"where good students read good books".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who Was John P. Parker ?

 

He was a courageous slave

Who saved many runaways

He was an innovator

avid reader

and triumphant leader.

Come inside our doors and see

all that he taught us to learn

and to be.

Excerpt from a poem by Candace James, a former teacher of John P Parker School

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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