You can purchase tickets to Into the Woods online by going to JMArtsTickets.com. Tickets are only $5.00, and shows are Thursday, Nov. 14 at 7pm, Friday, Nov. 15 at 7pm, and Saturday, Nov. 16 at 2pm.
Online purchases close at midnight the night before each show. You can also purchase tickets at the door. The box office will open an hour before showtime.
There will Yearbook Club meeting Wednesday, November 20th after school in Ms. Kimrey's room. It should be finished by 4:00 if not earlier.
UNC-Pembroke will be visiting Friday, November 22nd. They will be in Mr. Alvarado's room at 11:15 am. This is our last college rep visit for the semester. Juniors and Seniors are welcome, but will need permission from third block teacher to attend.
North Carolina Central University will be visiting November 15th at 11:15 am in Mr. Alvarado's room. Make sure to come out to learn about NCCU as this is our second to last college rep visit for the semester. Juniors and Seniors are welcome! Please get permission from your third block teacher to attend!
Gardner-Webb College will be visiting November 14th at 11:15 am in Mr. Alvarado's room. Make sure to get permission from your third block teacher to attend!
The Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Award is given each school year to one sophomore who shows strong leadership potential. This award is based upon outstanding communication, creative problem solving, sensitivity to others and the courage to speak out and challenge. The chosen sophomore will attend the HOBY Leadership Seminar this summer at NC State University and learn about being a strong leader at school and in the community. If you are interested in attending the HOBY Leadership seminar, see Mrs. Grayson or Mrs. Myles in the Student Services office.
Attention BETA Club, If you would like to earn hours, sign up outside of the Foods Lab to help after the play in the auditorium. See Ms. Ross for details...
All HOSA members going to district competitions are required to attend the meeting on November 14th right after school in Mrs. Cheek Walden's room. You will also need to bring your HOSA attire and you must bring your permission slip if you haven't turned it in yet.
Jostens will be on campus on Monday, November 25th, during lunches in the cafeteria to deliver class rings that were ordered in the fall. Your ring must be paid for in full in order to receive it.
Monday, November 25th, will also be the final day for Seniors to place their order for senior products during lunches in the cafeteria. A $60.00 deposit is needed to place the order.
There will be a Girl's Soccer Interest Meeting directly after school in the Media Center on Tuesday, November 12th.
Congratulations to our FFA Agricultural Communications team for placing in the silver emblem and advancing to the final four in presentations this past week at FFA Nationals! We would also like to congratulate Katelyn Batchelor for receiving her American FFA degree.
The ASVAB will be offered on November 20th. This assessment is available to students who will be 16 or old by the test date. If you are thinking about the military or wondering what career you might want to consider, sign up for the ASVAB today. Space is limited. The deadline to sign up in Student Services is Wednesday, November 13th.
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)
Parking permits are $25, and go on sale Monday, August 12 at 8:00 am.
Students will be required to have paid all of their prior outstanding cafeteria balances, media fees, and tech fees before purchasing a parking pass for the 2019-2020 school year.
Looking for something to do over the summer? If you are taking a non-AP English class, summer reading is optional but you will be rewarded if you complete the assignment.
Click here to download the Option Summer Reading Assignment for ALL 2019-20 English classes except Advanced Placement. Library books are not available for checkout in the summer.
Students in AP English Language: There is no book assignment, but a packet of readings and questions. There are packets in the guidance office.
Students in AP English Literatire: The assigned book is How to Red Literature Like a Professor.You can check out a book and pick up assignment info in the guidance office.
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.
This is a requirement for all job shadow sites, and all volunteer sites (such as churches) that are not established community organizations. We will be checking, and if your mentor does not complete the form, you will need to choose another site. Here's the link:
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!