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So, do you think you can dance? No matter your answer, if you'd like to get a taste of what it's like to dance in a show, sign up for the JMArts Stage Dance Workshop! There will be two Monday sessions, on May 10 and May 17 from 3:30-6:00. in the auditorium. The workshop will be conducted by Temple Theatre Artistic Director and former Broadway dancer Peggy Taphorn, and will include a first look at some of the choreography for next fall's Oklahoma! No dance experience necessary--just enthusiasm! Sign up here:https://forms.gle/QUaWv63TeYs752Yb9
Here's the information about class schedules and how to register through August:
Are you interested in an intensive arts workshop led by colleges and universities? Then apply to be come a 2021 JMArts Scholar! We offer scholarships to summer workshops, many of which will be either virtual or day camps--some may even be residential!
Here's a list of programs that are possibilities for this summer--some have open applications now! We will do rolling applications review, so if there's a program you want to attend, don't wait--fill out the application now!
Registration for 21-22 starts next week for rising seniors! Watch your email for more information, and plan to attend the What's Up Wednesday for your grade level!
This is a reminder that breakfast and lunch are available at no cost to our students on school days through the remainder of the year. These meals are just the thing for those with an eye toward good nutrition. Our balanced meals offer the protein, the healthy fats and the right amount of carbohydrates that make for a good day of learning.
Students on campus during Plan B can get those meals when it’s time for breakfast and lunch. On remote-learning days, we’re offering meals for curbside pickup at certain schools. You’ll find a listing of those schools, plus updates about all things related to Chatham County Schools Nutrition Services, at chathamcountyschoolmeals.com.
JM Teacher Online Learning Platforms, 2nd Semester (must be logged in with Chatham email address to view)
Payment is non-refundable. If you pay online, keep the email with the payment receipt on your phone; you will need to show that to pick up your pass.
You must also complete a Registration Form before you can pick up your pass. Here is the Registration Form; please read so you will know what information you need to bring. Paper forms are also available at the front office.
Don't forget to bring your library books so you're eligible to buy a pass! Here's how to check to see what items you have out:
Click “Login” in the upper right corner
Enter the same username and password you use to login to your Chromebook
At the next screen, go to the upper right menu stack, Click, and choose Checkouts
You should see any items you have checked out.
Ms. Tobar has been named the North Carolina Educational Support Person of the Year! We are proud, but not surprised--we've known she's awesome!
Need some help finishing the semester on a high note? Join Mr. Wes Lail downtown in the old Farmer's Alliance space for free tutoring provided by Communities in Schools of Chatham County! See their website for the schedule and more info. Virtual tutoring also available!
Why is this camera in our gym? To bring you live Jets sports events! Go to https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/jordan-matthews-high-school-siler-city-nc to subscribe and watch all Jets home events in the gym or football field from the comfort of home! $10.99 per month; $69.99 annual pass!
Like many other schools in NC, JM has been designated as a Targeted Support & Improvement Additional Targeted Support (TSI-AT) school by the North Carolina State Board of Education. Under Federal law, North Carolina is now required to identify schools for targeted support and improvement. TSI-AT schools in North Carolina are those that have a subgroup that is under-performing.
Please read this letter for more information.
Here's what you need to know about how attendance will be recorded during at-home learning. Students will need to be logged in to their CCS account to view:
Did you miss one of our phone calls? You can check all of our messages on our website under About Us - Principal's Phone Messages!
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 email@example.com.
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.
Need something to read? Click here for info on accessing eBooks on your Chromebook or phone: https://www.chatham.k12.nc.us/site/Default.aspx?PageID=16794
• 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!
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.
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.
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!