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Announcements

  • Yearbooks Still on Sale

    Yearbooks are on sale through April 10.  The cost is $65.  Pay online.  No extra yearbooks will be ordered.  No yearbooks can be ordered after April 10.

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  • Student Assignments

    Students, use MS Teams to access your daily assignments.  Scroll to the bottom of this page.  Under Students- click Office 365.  Sign in, click Teams.  Click on your classes.  If you have any questions, please email your teacher.  Assignments

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  • School Apparel on Sale

    Hoodies, sweatshirts and long-sleeve shirts are available for purchase. Order/purchase online. If you wish to see samples, contact Ms. Vann.

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  • School Climate Survey

    Parents, please complete the School Climate Survey.

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  • Register for School Cash Online

    JMCSS has a new online system for school purchases and payments.  School Cash Online (SCO) allows parents to easily make online payments for tickets to dances, concerts, classroom fees, etc.  As of January 6, 2020, it is mandatory that all activities must be paid online.  Register for SCO.

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  • 2020-2021 School Year Calendar

    Make sure you have our 2020-2021 school calendar handy! Stay up to date with all our school and district happenings this year by clicking on “Our School” and choosing “Calendar” from the drop-down menu.

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  • Stay Up to Date with our District App

    As we approach back to school, make sure you download our district app! Our app is the FIRST place you will hear about important announcements like school closings. It puts district resources and contact information at your fingertips.

    Download for free at the Apple Store or on Google Play. Once you try it out, let us know what you think and how we can improve!

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Welcome to JCM Early College HS

  • At JCM Early College High, we are committed to empowering a diverse student body to develop and apply skills in order to pursue knowledge and become productive college students, workers, and citizens. Watch this video to find out more! To view video on a mobile device, please rotate to landscape.  2019-2020 Student Handbook

     

    Our Mission Statement:

    We, the community of Jackson Central-Merry Early College High School, are committed to empowering a diverse student body to develop and apply skills in order to pursue knowledge and become productive college students, workers, and citizens. We will accomplish this goal by designing curricula and support structures that ensure all students meet and exceed performance standards to obtain a high school diploma and multiple levels of college credit that will lead to a workforce certificate or an associate degree.

     

    Learn more about our mission, vision, and history!

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