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

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Upcoming Events

8/17 First Day of School

Welcome Back JPP Students and Families!

8/12-8/13 Madisonville Street
8/15  Back to School Bash at 
         JPP from 4-6 pm
8/17-8/18 Opening School
                  Student and Staff
                  Convocation and
                  Positive School  
                  Culture (PSC)
                  Orientation for
8/17  PTO Meeting at 2:45 pm
8/19 No Uniform Required
          Opening School
          Strength Training 
          Schoolwide Assembly
          1:00 pm
9/5 Labor Day-No School
9/6 Boys and Girls Club
       Afterschool Program 
       Contact Joyce Mitchell at
       363- 2970 for more
9/12-16 Midterm Report Week
9/21 No School-Staff
         Development Day 
9/27 Open House and
         Neighborhood Schools
         Pride Day 5-7pm
10/14 End of First Quarter
10/19 No school Staff
            Development Day
A big welcome to our new staff members!

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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. 


Students Holding Books2

 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.