EJPS District News - Archives
East Jordan Public Schools is proud to announce the February Students of the Month. Pictured are Natalie Loy (2nd grade) and Faith Murray (8th grade). Not pictured is Tiana Bennett (10th grade). Congratulations!
East Jordan Middle High School senior, Hayley Curnow, has been selected by the CTE faculty as the February Career & Technical Education student of the month. She is currently enrolled in the automotive and welding programs. She plans to become a welder upon graduation. Hayley is the daughter of Kelly Curnow. Congratulations!
Our second Moving the Boundaries community forum will be held on Thursday, February 28 at 6:00 p.m. in the East Jordan Community Auditorium. Michigan State Police Community Service Trooper, Corey Hebner, will talk about vaping, vaping paraphernalia and the new marijuana laws.
Keegan Speer, a freshman, has been selected as the January student of the month for East Jordan's Career Technical Education programs. Keegan is a student in our Computer-Aided Design class. Keegan is the son of Mike Potter and Hope Speer. Congratulations!
East Jordan Public Schools is proud to announce the January Students-of-the-Month. Pictured left to right are Lila Kelly (7th grade), Madeline Malpass (12th grade) and Alexis Whiteford (3rd grade). Congratulations!
On January 2, the elementary school kicked off their new positive behavior intervention and supports initiative (PBIS). The school-wide expectations are Responsible, Respectful and Safe. We are EJ Proud!
East Jordan High School's Molly Kitson (left) and Macy McPherson were awarded the Certificate of Merit from the Society of Women Engineers for outstanding excellence in math and science. Congratulations!
East Jordan senior, Storm Whaley, has been selected as the December student of the month for East Jordan's Career Technical Education programs. Storm is currently enrolled in automotive courses. He works at The Zone and enjoys working construction. Congratulations!
East Jordan Public Schools are proud to announce the December students-of-the-month. Pictured L to R are Morgan Ennik (8th grade) and Emily Randall (4th grade). Not pictures is Michael Kendzierski (9th grade). Congratulations!