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Jefferson County School District R-1 (a.k.a. Jefferson County Public Schools or Jeffco Public Schools) is a school district in Jefferson County, Colorado. The district is headquartered at the Jeffco Public Schools Education Center in West Pleasant View, an unincorporated area of the county near Golden in the Denver metropolitan area.
Jefferson County Public Schools ( JCPS) is a public school district located in Jefferson County, Kentucky and operating all but one of the public schools in the county. It is governed by an elected seven-member Board of Education which selects and hires a Superintendent who serves as the system's chief executive.
Jefferson County Schools is a public school district within Jefferson County, Tennessee, United States. It is governed by the Jefferson County Board of Education. The district has one high school, Jefferson County High School. There are two K–8 schools in the district, Rush Strong School and White Pine School.
The Jefferson County School System was created in 1896, and initially served all unincorporated communities and cities in the county other than Birmingham and Bessemer. Beginning in the late 1960s and early 1970s various other cities began to establish their own separate systems (i.e., Homewood, Midfield, Vestavia Hills, Hoover, etc.).
Jefferson County Public Schools can refer to a U.S. public school system in several states, including: Jefferson County Board of Education (Alabama) Jefferson County Public Schools (Colorado) Jefferson County Schools (Florida) Jefferson County Public Schools (Kentucky) Jefferson County Public Schools (Tennessee)
There were a total of 1,473 students enrolled in the Jefferson County School District during the 2006–2007 school year. The gender makeup of the district was 49% female and 51% male. The racial makeup of the district was 99.80% African American and 0.20% Asian.  All of the district's students were eligible to receive free lunch. 
The 2014 Jefferson County Public Schools protests were a series of demonstrations against the new AP United States History (APUSH) curriculum in Jefferson County in the U.S. state of Colorado. Protests began on Friday, September 19, 2014, at Standley Lake, and Conifer high schools when classes were cancelled at both schools because a high ...