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

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Upcoming Events

9/21 Last Day for Girl Scouts
        Taking Root Program
        Boys Scouts  1st-6th
10/14 End of First Quarter
10/19 No School
          Staff Professional
          Development Day
10/24 I Qtr. Report Cards
          sent home
10/25 Grade 2 Adopt-a-Class
          Fall Activity
10/27 Grades PreK-1 to the
          Aronoff Center to see
          11:00-1:30 pm
10/28 No School for Head
          Start Pre-School
          Grades 2/3 Robin Hood
          Performance 9:00 am
          in the gym
11/5   Showcase of the Visual
          and Performing Arts of
          John P. Parker School
          and Silverton Padei
          presented by Greater
          Liberty Baptist Church
          at John P. Parker School
          2 pm and 6 pm
11/8   Election Day/No School

Schoology , a learning management system that will keep parents/guardians/students updated on assignments, grades and events, and will allow you to communicate with teachers.
Reminder: Students please return your signed parental photo release forms to your homeroom teachers stating whether permission is granted or not for photos to be published on the web.
Thank you.

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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.