District Statement


the partnership of family, school and community work together to ensure students are treated and treat others with respect, fairness, and equality.

We Believe...

students should be provided with the skills necessary to achieve their full potential enabling them to become lifelong learners.

We Believe...

students shall become informed and contributing citizens who will function as useful and productive members of a global society.

Johnson-Brock Public Schools

Johnson-Brock Public Schools is a class C2/D1 K-12 school located in southeast Nebraska. It was formed in 1968 when the school districts of Johnson and Brock consolidated. Johnson-Brock has been granted accreditation by the state of Nebraska and by the North Central Association Commission of Accreditations and School Improvement.

Johnson-Brock is proud of the quality of education received by its students. You may view the State of the Schools Report and read all the information provided by the Nebraska Department of Education for Johnson-Brock Public School. If you have any questions about the report or about the educational opportunities that are offered at Johnson-Brock, please contact the administration or call the school at 402-868-5235.

Non-Discrimination Statement

Johnson-Brock Public Schools District No. 23 of Nemaha County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or handicap in any program or activity. If you have a question regarding the above statement, please contact the office of the Superintendent of Schools, 310 Main Street, Johnson, Nebraska 68378, phone 402-868-5235.

Special Education Services

The Johnson-Brock Public Schools, in cooperation with Educational Service Unit No. 4, located in Auburn, Nebraska provide special education services to all identified students with the boundaries of School District No. 23.

The school district provided psychological testing services, speech clinician, and resource room personnel to meet the needs of students with special learning requirements.

If any patron has questions concerning special education programs, or if any patron knows of any students in need of services that are not currently being met by the school district, contact the office of the Superintendent of Schools, 310 Main Street, Johnson, Nebraska 68378, phone 402-868-5235.