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  • IMPORTANT: Returning and picking up items from school (English/Spanish)

    Seniors will need to drop off their laptop, library books, and textbooks on Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. next week. Laptops will be placed in bins which will then be placed in quarantine, as will all books.  Seniors who fail to turn in their laptop will have to pay a fine, which must be paid prior to graduation.  Damage to laptops for seniors will be assessed after the quarantine period.  Next week, we will mail seniors a letter which shows all fines/fees owed to the school, including outstanding cafeteria balances throughout a student’s high school career, library books, technology fees, or any other type of fees. If there is an additional technology fee owed after laptop inspection, students will receive a phone call. Fines and fees must be paid prior to graduation.  Fines and fees can be paid on select days/times the week of June 1st.  We will provide information at a later date for non-seniors.

    Honor cord pick up for seniors will take place on May 27th from 9am-1pm at the cafeteria exterior entrance.  Honor cords given will be based on those organizations that distribute honor cords along with Latin honor designations.  If you have questions, please reach out to Coach Dark. Information regarding graduation decisions will be coming out very soon.

    Yesterday, teachers started entering grades in PowerSchool for 9-11 graders to give students the opportunity to see where they stand with at-home learning assignments. The fourth term which appeared on the last report card will count 50% of the second semester course grade, and any work submitted after March 5th will count towards the other 50%. Students in grades 9-11 should refer to the letter received in the mail two weeks ago which explains choices students and parents can make based on grades from at-home learning along with grades from the last report card mailed home March 9th.  In the next few days, we will send information on how students and parents will give their decision for each class from second semester.  Please check your grades in PowerSchool, and reach out to your teachers with questions related to grading or how to complete the at-home learning assignments provided since mid-March.

    Students should check their student emails every day.  We are looking to garner student interest in taking at-home summer school courses for credit recovery if a student failed first semester. If interested, students/parents should complete the link in the email sent to students.  Seniors who still have some work to do in order to move into graduation status should also check email.  Keep in mind that just because you received a yard sign does not mean you will graduate.  Although grades from fourth term are the final grades for seniors Pass or Withdraw, some seniors who have a withdrawal still need a class to graduate.  If you have questions, reach out to your teacher or counselor.

    Students who have been picking up paper packets will be able to turn in completed work on Wednesday, May 27th and Thursday, May 28th from 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.  For our staff’s safety, work will be placed in an envelope and held in quarantine for at least seven days before teachers can see it.  During this time, we will have limited school staff on campus to collect completed work, band instruments, or other items.  

    Any student who needs to pick up any personal belongings at school or drop off band instruments or other items should come by on your assigned day and times:

      • Wednesday 9:00-11:00 Seniors
      • Wednesday 12:00-2:00 Juniors
      • Thursday 9:00-11:00 Sophomores
      • Thursday 12:00-2:00 Freshman

    To retrieve your belongings, you will buzz in at the front office and an adult will meet you at the door.  The adult assisting you will retrieve the items and return them to you. 

    Los estudiantes de último año, el miércoles y jueves de 9:00 a.m. a 2:00 p.m. la próxima semana tiene que entregar su computador portátil, libros de la biblioteca y libros de texto. Los computadores portátiles se colocarán en contenedores que luego se colocarán en cuarentena, al igual que todos los libros. Los estudiantes de último año que no entreguen su computador portátil deberán pagar una multa, y debe pagarse antes de la graduación. Los daños a los computadores portátiles para los estudiantes de último año se evaluarán después del período de cuarentena. La próxima semana, enviaremos una carta a los estudiantes de último año que muestre todas las multas / tarifas adeudadas a la escuela, incluyendo los saldos pendientes de la cafetería a lo largo de la carrera del estudiante en la prepa, esto son libros de la biblioteca, tarifas de tecnología o cualquier otro tipo de tarifas. Si se debe una tarifa de tecnología adicional después de la inspección de la computadora portátil, los estudiantes recibirán una llamada telefónica. Las multas y tarifas deben pagarse antes de la graduación. Las multas y tarifas se pueden pagar en día o horas seleccionados la semana del 1 de junio. Proporcionaremos información en una fecha posterior para los estudiantes que no están en su último año.

    Los estudiantes de último año deben de recoger su cordón de honor o banda de graduación el 27 de mayo de 9 am a 1 pm en la entrada exterior de la cafetería. Los cordones de honor proporcionados se basarán en aquellas organizaciones que distribuyen los cordones de honor junto con designaciones de honor en latín. La información sobre las decisiones de graduación será próxima.

    Ayer, los maestros comenzaron a ingresar a los grados en PowerSchool para los estudiantes del 9-11 grado para darles la oportunidad de ver cuál es su posición con las tareas de aprendizaje en el hogar. El cuarto término que apareció en la última boleta de calificaciones contará el 50% de la calificación del curso del segundo semestre, y cualquier trabajo presentado después del 5 de marzo contará el otro 50%. Los estudiantes en los grados 9-11 deben referirse a la carta recibida por correo hace dos semanas que explica las elecciones que los estudiantes y los padres pueden hacer a base a las calificaciones del aprendizaje en el hogar junto con las calificaciones de la última boleta de calificaciones enviada a casa el 9 de marzo. En los próximos días, enviaremos información sobre cómo los estudiantes y los padres darán su decisión para cada clase a partir del segundo semestre. Verifique sus calificaciones en PowerSchool y comuníquese con sus maestros con preguntas relacionadas con la calificación o cómo completar las tareas de aprendizaje en el hogar proporcionadas desde mediados de marzo.

    Los estudiantes deben revisar sus correos electrónicos todos los días. Estamos buscando obtener el interés de los estudiantes en tomar cursos de escuela de verano en casa para recuperar créditos si un estudiante reprobó el primer semestre. Si está interesado, los estudiantes/padres deben completar el enlace en el correo electrónico enviado a los estudiantes. Los estudiantes de último año que aún tienen trabajo por hacer para cambiar su estatuto de graduación también deben de revisar su correo electrónico. Tenga en cuenta que solo porque recibió un letrero de patio no significa que se graduará. Aunque las calificaciones del cuarto trimestre son las calificaciones finales para los estudiantes de último año Pasar o Darse de baja, algunos estudiantes de último año que tienen una clase que se dio de baja aún necesitan una clase para graduarse. Si tiene preguntas, comuníquese con su maestro o consejero.

    Los estudiantes que hayan estado recogiendo paquetes de papel podrán entregar el trabajo completado el miércoles 27 de mayo y el jueves 28 de mayo de 9:00 a.m. a 2:00 p.m. Para la seguridad de nuestro personal, el trabajo se colocará en un sobre y se llevará a cabo en cuarentena durante al menos siete días antes de que los maestros puedan verlo. Durante este tiempo, tendremos personal escolar limitado en el campus para recoger el trabajo completo.  

    Cualquier estudiante que necesite recoger sus pertenencias personales en la escuela debe venir en su día y horario asignados:

      • miércoles 9:00-11:00 Estudiantes de último año
      • miércoles 12:00-2:00 Estudiantes de tercer año
      • jueves 9:00-11: 00 Estudiantes de segundo año
      • jueves 12:00-2: 00 Estudiante de primer año

    Para recuperar sus pertenencias, entrará en la oficina y un adulto lo recibirá en la puerta. El adulto que lo ayude recuperará los artículos y se los devolverá. 

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  • Sad News: Daniel Zagada Hernandez

    Letter from Mr. Crayton (English & Spanish)

    We are saddened to learn of the unexpected death of one of our students, Daniel Zagada Hernandez. Daniel was a member of the Senior Class, and he was a student at Jordan-Matthews for the past four years.  

    In light of COVID-19 and school closure, it is necessary to share this information by phone and email rather than directly in front of you.

    Our counselors and social worker stand ready to speak with you as needed, either by phone or through a virtual conference. Information can be found below. You may join a Zoom meeting from 2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. today hosted by our Student Services team or complete a form  to have one of our Student Services team members reach out to you.  Our Student Services team will email daily revised Zoom meeting links, as needed. You will also find specific phone numbers to call, if needed.

    Please understand that we are here to support you, although we are not physically together on campus. Take advantage of all available resources provided by the JM family.

    Zoom Meeting Today from 2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m.

    Meeting ID: 835 4176 3642
    Password: 1D9EKS

    Google Form if you would like to have someone reach out to you directly:  

    Student Support

    Student Services Team Phone Numbers:

    Ms. Campbell- 919-270-9148
    Mrs. Morris- 919-764-0450
    Mrs. Grayson- 919-391-7867
    Ms. Lein- 919- 442-8201
    Here are some other resources you may find helpful:

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  • Food Assistance for Chatham Families

    COVID-19 has kept some Chatham County residents from securing food. They may benefit from the newly created Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Program.

    The program provides benefits on an Electronic Benefit Transfer card, or EBT card. The benefits are for children who would receive free or reduced-priced meals, so it is very important to make sure the address on file for students is correct. The data manager at the appropriate school for students should be contacted to make updates to addresses, or call 919-542-6400 to make updates.

    No application process is necessary to receive P-EBT benefits. The card will function like a standard EBT card, and the same guidelines will apply. 

    Those already receiving Food and Nutrition Services benefits will receive an additional benefit on their existing EBT card in the next few weeks. Those eligible for P-EBT benefits who are not already enrolled in Food and Nutrition Services benefits will receive a new EBT card in the next few weeks. Before that card arrives, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services will mail a letter explaining how to activate the card and how to use it. 

    The Chatham County Department of Social Services will receive questions about this program by phone at 919-542-2759 or through email at

    Those using P-EBT benefits are encouraged to also take advantage of meal distribution at designated public schools and community locations. The meals are free for anybody 18 years old and younger. Find local meal sites by texting FOODNC to 877-877. Spanish speakers may text COMIDA to 877-877.

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  • Nursing Fundamentals Application

    Click here to download

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  • Updated CCS Meals Information

    Chatham County Schools food sites and mobile site provide hot breakfast and lunches for the day (FREE MEALS to ALL CHILDREN ages 18 and under) Monday through Thursday 10:30am to 1:00pm.

    Click here for complete information.

    For menus, go to:

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  • Link Leader Application for 20-21!

    First, watch the video!

    Then fill out the application!

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  • Counselors Office Hours Tues & Thurs @ 2pm

    Connect with our counselors while we are #CCSAtHome ! Check your stumail for the Zoom meeting info, and meet with Ms. Grayson and Ms. Lein on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2pm. Click below to view the postcard invitation!

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  • JM At-Home Learning Featured on Spectrum News

    Great to see what our teachers and students are doing to keep learning happening! Watch this story that aired on Spectrum News April 6:

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  • JM At-Home Learning 

    The Google Drive folder (link below) contains all the Jordan-Matthews At-Home Learning Plans, labeled by teacher last name:

    Here's a video about how to access the At-Home Learning Plans:

    We will also be archiving all of our "Teacher Feature" videos posted while the building is closed. Click on Jordan-Matthews Highlights next to Announcements to view them!

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  • Student Services Contact Info

    Students: need to reach out to a member of our Student Services Team? Complete this form, and someone will get back to you:

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  • CCCC Course Updates & 20-21 Course Registration: UPDATED

    Information from Ms. Hammonds, our new CCCC Advisor:
    - The college is working through what it means if students are not able to complete their online course, including discussions around Chatham Promise eligibility and ways to assist students so that it doesn't negatively impact a students' "Satisfactory Academic Progress." 
    - Rising Juniors & Seniors should have received an email with a link to sign up for an appointment slot for a virtual advising session regarding CCCC Courses. If you are planning to sign up to take CCCC courses, please schedule an appointment to meet with me here:
    - I will still have virtual office hours M-F from 10 am - 12 pm every day, for drop-in hours, some students have signed up appointments during that time but it is an option to use if an appointment time isn't available.  
    ‪+1 413-438-3881‬ PIN: ‪698 424 496‬#
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  • CCS At-Home Learning Plan Information

    English At-Home Learning Letter

    Spanish At-Home Learning Letter

    CCS At-Home Learning Website

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  • Download eBooks!

    Need something to read? Click here for info on accessing eBooks on your Chromebook or phone:

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  • How to Disinfect your Chromebook:

    • Use a sturdy damp, not wet, lint-free paper or cloth.

    • Spray or lightly dampen the cloth with rubbing alcohol.

    • Any excess dampness will naturally and quickly dry. Do not wipe dry with another cloth.

    DO NOT USE cleaners or wipes that contain either bleach or ammonia! These chemicals can damage your Chromebook, and you will be charged fees!

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  • BUS TRANSPORTATION 2020-2021: Sign Up Now!

    BUS TRANSPORTATION 2020-2021:  If you need bus transportation next school year (morning pick, afternoon drop off, or both), please visit the link to sign up.  This includes if you are currently signed up for a bus.

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  • College/Scholarship Letters to Ms. Herrera!

    Seniors! Do not forget to email or give Ms. Herrera a copy of your acceptance and scholarship letters.

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  • Important Vaccination Announcement!

    Reminder of new immunization rule for all current Junior students who be 12th graders in the 2020-21 school year:
    Effective August 1st, 2020 a booster dose of Meningococcal Conjugate Vaccine is required before entering the 12th grade or by 17 years of age, whichever comes first. Meningococcal vaccines help protect against the bacteria that cause meningococcal disease.
    An individual who is not age-appropriately vaccinated shall have 30 calendar days to obtain the required immunizations in order to attend school. Please contact your doctor now to schedule an appointment for the required Meningo Vaccine.
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  • Driver's Education Information for 2019-20

    Click here to see Driver's Ed info for the year!

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  • Update: New School Nutrition Pricing

    In June the School Nutrition Department sent a proposal to increase meal prices for both breakfast and lunch for the coming 2019-2020 school year, which was approved by the CCS School Board on June 10. Please find the summary below: 

    Each year the USDA requires School Food Authorities to complete a Paid Lunch Equity Tool to determine if the district's meal pricing is equal to the free reimbursement meal rate.  This tool dictates if we have to raise our meal pricing.  

    For school year 2019-2020, the meal pricing will be increased to the following amounts:

    Breakfast $1.50 (free & reduced students are no charge at breakfast)

    Lunch $3.00 (full-pay student)

    Lunch $0.40 (reduced student)

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  • Driver's Education Information

    Interested in Driver's Ed? You must register online at  ncdrivingschool.comLook for Chatham County, and then choose Jordan-Matthews.

    Need to practice before taking your driver's test? Click here!

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  • Important Information for the Class of 2019 and Beyond

    Chatham County Schools has changed the format for awarding graduation honors. Please read the letters below for more information:

    Letter to Class of 2019

    Graduaran en el 2019


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  • All Student Device Program Forms Now Available

    Go to the Parenting Resources section of the website to view and download all forms for the Chromebooks students will be using this year at JM. All students/parents must complete all these forms this year. Click this link to access them:1-to-1 Laptop Program Resources for Parents.

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  • How to Request a CCCC Transcript for CCP Courses

    1. Before you start, you’ll need a credit/debit card and your CCCC student ID number (on the yellow card given to you for online classes, or contact the Registrar's Office at 919-718-7201, or email/see Mr. Heesacker --
    2. Go to (or you can go to the Registrar’s Office on the main Sanford campus).
    3. Type “transcripts” in the web site search engine at the top left and click and click on the first result, or click APPLY & REGISTER, scroll down to Transcripts in the left menu and click.
    4. Once on the Transcripts page, scroll down to Curriculum Transcript and read through the information.
    5. Click on the Order Curriculum Transcript (only) Online Now link and follow the instructions to register and request a transcript be sent to any college to which you are applying.


    1. Have a transcript sent to the college you are attending.
    2. If you go with sending an electronic copy, you’ll need an email address for the college (admissions or registrar's office).
    3. Have transcripts sent directly to the college, not to you, or the high school.
    4. The cost is per transcript sent ($3.75 when requested online, or $5 if requested in person).
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  • DMV Practice Test

    Need to practice before taking your driver's test? Click here!

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  • Prepping for the SAT? Try Khan Academy's Free Resources!

     Click here to begin: Khan Academy SAT Practice

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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 <>. Click here for more info.

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Jordan-Matthews Highlights

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