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  • Online CCCC Classes Begin Jan. 30

    Students taking online Central Carolina courses please note that the courses will not begin until January 30th. Students will still be required to report to their distance education block per their schedule.

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  • Exam Makeups Friday, Jan. 20

    The Early Release Day for Friday, Jan. 20th is now a full day. We will have exam make-ups all day on the 20th. If you have missed an exam, expect a call scheduling your makeup time. Buses will run at 3:10. On Friday, only students who have make-up exams should report to school. Monday is still a Teacher Workday.  Second semester starts Tuesday.

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  • Spring Sports Physicals Due By Feb. 13

    If you are planning to participate in a spring sport this year, please be sure to have your physical packet completed and turned in to Coach Dark prior to the first day of tryouts, Feb. 13. Continue to check Twitter for athletic updates.

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  • 2nd Semester CTE Interns Orientation

    2nd semester interns with Mrs. Caison:  You will be required to attend a 45 minute orientation on  Tuesday, January 24 during your internship block.  You will be allowed to sign out and leave after the orientation is completed.

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  • Volunteer at Basketball Concession Stand!

    Interested in getting some volunteer hours for your club, or just want to help out?  Sign up for basketball concessions by office 121.  The sign up sheet is on the small bulletin board.

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  • Jay Spence Scholarship Application Opens

    This local scholarship is earlier this school year with a due date of February 28, 2017.  It must be completed on-line:

    http://trianglecf.org/scholarships-awards/

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  • JM Science Fair Winners for 2016

    Congratulations to the following JM Students that received awards last night at the Chatham County Science Fair:  

    Biology A: Honorable Mentions Jocelyn Mitchell, Mackenzie Clark and Savanna Cook; 3rd Place: Steven D'Argenzio; 2nd Place Aubree Wilson

    Biology B: Honorable Mention Sydney Suits 

    Chemistry: 3rd Place Alec Brewer; 2nd Place Jose Sanchez; 1st Place Karmen Brown 

    Physics and Mathematics: 1st Place Daisy Martinez  

    Technology: 2nd Place Emery Moore and McKinley Rogers; 1st Place Kevin Saefong  

    Engineering Winners: 2nd Place Olivia Gregson  

    Out of the 18 high school awards JM won 9 of them!  Go Jets.  

    Karmen, Daisy and Kevin will represent Chatham County in February at the Regional Science Fair in Greensboro; we wish them luck!  

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  • Chatham County Internet Availability Survey

    Students and staff who live in Chatham County: Please complete this survey to help our county pursue better Internet service!

    https://chathamnc.seamlessdocs.com/f/ChathamBroadbandSurvey

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  • Plan Ahead for Driver's Ed! Register Now for Spring & Summer Classes

     You can view upcoming classes and register online here:

    http://ncdrivingschool.com/county/chatham-county/jordan-matthews-high-school/

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  • Interested in Purchasing a JM Letter Jacket?

    Click here: http://www.neffjacketshop.com/jacketshop.asp?password=044219

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  • Purchase Yearbooks and Ads Online!

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  • Check Art Room Bulletin Board for Club Info

    Students wishing to participate in Art Club or become a member of the National Art Honor Society please stop by the art room bulleitn board for information

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  • JM Posts Top Growth Index in District

    School performance data was released by the state today, and we have a lot to celebrate. JM is the only school is our district to exceed expected growth, with more than double the growth index needed to qualify for this honor.

     Other highlights include:

    • An increase of over 8% in our five-year graduation rate to 86.2%
    • A 1.1 point increase in our ACT composite score (largest in five years)
    • Workkeys composite up over 14% (WorkKeys® is an assessment taken by seniors that measures skills in career and technical education)  
    • Greater percentage of Math I students college and career ready
    • Greater percentage of students who are grade level proficient in EOC composite (EOC combines Math I, Biology and English II scores)

     “We are proud to see our emphasis on student growth is paying off,” said Principal Crayton. “Our faculty and staff have made a tremendous effort to help every student learn every day.”

     More information about school performance data is available at http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/reporting/.

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  • Can't Find Your Student Summer Letter? Download Here!

    Want a heads up on all the info you need to get the year off to a great start? Download the 2016-17 Student Summer Letters below before they arrive in your mailbox next week!

    2016-17 Student Summer Letter (English)

    2016-17 Student Summer Letter (Spanish)

     

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  • Sarah Thomas Elected State FFA VP

    Congrats, Sarah! Read the story here.

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  • Ana Quiceno Receives National Teaching Award

    Congratulations to Ana Quiceno, who has received the 2016 Teaching Award from CLASP, the Consortium of Lation American Studies Programs! We are very proud of her contributions to JM!  Read more about the award here.

    Ana Quiceno

     

     

     

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  • SOLO Flight For Rising Juniors, Class of 2018

    Sophomores Get a head start on your SOLO Flight project, and work on your hours this summer. Go to: http://goo.gl/forms/Ru7MgJhmpG9Hb7yZ2 to request project approval. and download a one-page info sheet about SOLO Flight here.

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  • Drivers Ed Assignments Posted in Counseling Office

    Due to the overwhelming response to the driver's ed class, we now have two class sessions.  Students have been assigned to the classes based on birthdate.  The class lists are posted outside the counseling office.

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  • HS 1-to-1 Student Laptop Program - Fee Evaluation

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  • JM Pinwheels Project Raises ove $7000 for Syrian Refugee Children!

     
    We wanted to thank everyone who so graciously donated their time to making pinwheels, to all the teachers who creatively integrated pinwheels into their classwork and homework, and to all who anonymously dropped off pinwheels in room 204. We wish we could thank everyone by name, but there were so many. We do want to give a special thank you to Mrs. Pate, though, for setting up a pinwheel maker space, and a huge shout out to Ms. Pillars and the ESL students for spearheading the project!
    In all, Jordan-Matthews High School created just over 3500 pinwheels, which translates to more than $7000 in donations toward the education of Syrian refugee children. That's an amazing testament to how small actions can create big impact , and we are grateful for Jet generosity. 
    Some of the pinwheels will be used as part of a commemorative display for the International Rescue Committee, while other will be sent to the Syrian refugee school locations. Awesome job, Jets!!
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  • JM Launches New Official Facebook Page

    Be sure to like and share our new official page: https://www.facebook.com/JMHSJets/! We're just getting started, but we'll be posting news and info, plus photo albums of school happenings!

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  • JM Soccer Team Exhibit Opens at NC Museum of History

    If you get the opportunity over the next few months, you should visit the history museum in downtown Raleigh to view the Los Jets exhibit showcasing the men’s soccer team when they won the state championship several years ago as well as the 2014 team.  The grand opening was held last Friday night, and there was standing room only during the showing of a portion of Los Jets.  Afterwards, there was a panel discussion with Coach Cuadros and several former players.  View our Twitter page to see pictures from the event. 

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  • Get Your Open eBooks Code!!

    Do you have your Open eBooks code yet? Come by the library to get info about the app that works on your phone or tablet and has hundreds of free eBooks! Email Mrs. Pate to get a code <rpate@chatham.k12.nc.us>. Click here for more info.

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  • High School Course Selection Guide for 2016-17

    Get a head start on thinking about next year's classes! Download the JM Course Guide 2016-17. For the district guide which has course offering at all CCS high schools, visit this page.

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Principal's Message

  • I officially wish to welcome you and your child(ren) to Jordan-Matthews High School!  I know our parents of freshmen are looking forward to four amazing years.  I encourage you to become a part of our school/culture, as our school has numerous, positive attributes, which will simply enamor you.  Our faculty and staff continue to discuss strategies to showcase our strong academic institution, and we need your assistance in keeping this a reality.  We have a truly caring culture, working with all aspects of the school community to meet our school’s mission--to graduate globally competitive, well rounded students by providing a rigorous and relevant curriculum in an effective, safe and nurturing environment.

    We have approximately 760 students, which reflect the rich diversity in Siler City.  Students have the opportunity to complete a college prep curriculum along with participating in numerous extra curricular activities.  You can review our school profile to obtain more information regarding our school community, curriculum, and statistics.

    Our faculty and staff look forward to working with you in creating a supportive triangle to meet the academic needs of your child.  I look forward to seeing you at the many events that occur at Jordan-Matthews High School throughout the year.  Your participation is vital to ensure your child is academically successful.  We need him/her in school every day, actively engaged, with a focus on academics.  I encourage you to join the fun and journey along with your child as he/she pursues a high school diploma from one of the premier schools in the state.

     

    It’s a great day to be a Jet!

     

    Tripp Crayton

    Principal

     

     

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