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EJCHS Weekly Events, March 4-10, 2024


Last Chance to Purchase Senior Yearbook Ads

There are three senior ad spaces remaining. If you would like to claim one of these, please contact Melanie Lawhorn ASAP.

Senior Ads Last Chance

Seniors, Save the Date!

Save the Date-Seniors '24

Senior Deadline


Senior Deadline

March Rotary Student of the Month

Congratulations to Emily Lawhorn, our March EJCHS Rotary Student of the Month!

May be an image of 1 person and text that says 'March Rotary Student of the Month EMILY LAWHORN EAST'

No School March 11 & 12

March Holiday 2024

Custodial and Maintenance Appreciation Day

March 4th is School Custodial and Maintenance Appreciation Day! The Jackson County School System is appreciative for all of its dedicated professionals who maintain our schools and allow for our students to learn in some of the nicest facilities in the nation!

All-State Band Participants

Congratulations to Triston Fielding, Kayla Fricks, and Courtney Cameron who participated in the 2024 Georgia All-State Band this weekend!

What's Happening in the Library?

Students are encouraged to participate in our library features/programming this monthz:

  1. Celebrate Women’s History Month:  Check Out Book Treasures Featuring Women Who Made an Impact in History

  2. Pinch-Proof Yourself:  Check Out a Green Book

    **There are 10 lucky four-leaf clovers hidden in select Green and Women’s History Books throughout the media center.  Students who find the lucky clovers and check out the respective books will receive a prize!**

March Library Displays

Meeting:  Spanish and French Clubs 

Hola! Bonjour!

The Spanish and French Clubs will meet on Wednesday, March 20th in Mrs. Kirk and Mrs. Doyle´s classrooms immediately after school.

JCSS Student Art Show

The Jackson County School System Student Art Show will be held Wednesday, March 20 for middle and high school students and Thursday, March 21 for elementary students. The exhibit will be held at the Empower College & Career Center from 6 to 7 p.m. those evenings and will include an awards ceremony for the artists.

Perfect Attendance

Congratulations to these EJCHS students with perfect attendance during January!

January '24 Perfect Attendance

Class of 2024 Honor Graduates

EJCHS is thrilled to announce our Class of 2024 Honor Graduates! Congratulations, Eagles!!  Be sure to check our Facebook social media post for individual honor graduate photos.

Honor Graduates '24

EJCHS Named AP Honor School

East Jackson Comprehensive High School has earned the distinction of Advanced Placement (AP) Honor School by the Georgia Department of Education for the 2022-2023 school year. Specifically, EJCHS earned recognition in the following three categories:

~AP Expansion School:
AP schools with 25% growth in AP student participation from May 2022 to May 2023 and a minimum of 25 students testing in May 2022

~AP STEM School:
Schools with a minimum of five students testing in at least four AP STEM courses and a minimum of 25 exams administered

~AP STEM Achievement School:
AP STEM schools with at least 50% of all AP STEM exams earning scores of 3 or higher.‚Äč

AP Honor School

EJCHS March Madness Poetry Playoffs

EJCHS is celebrating literacy with our very own EJCHS MARCH MADNESS POETRY PLAYOFFS. Play along by scanning the QR codes below.

1. Read the poems.
2. Vote daily March 1, 4-8, and 13-14 for your favorites.
3. You can even follow along on the winners’ bracket to see which poem will be this year's champion!

The games begin THIS FRIDAY, MARCH 1st. The deadline for first-round voting is March 14th. All EJCHS students and staff are encouraged to play along!

Contact Linda Frederick with any questions (

March Madness Poetry Playoffs 2024

Dress Code Reminders

Reminder of EJCHS Dress Code Expectations (From the JCSS Secondary Dress Code)

  • No hats, caps, head coverings (to include hoodies), bandanas, or stocking caps inside the building.
  • No cleavage should be seen--this includes bralettes, sports bras and any other undergarment.
  • No holes in pants higher than what would be normal short length.
  • Clothing should not contain the following: gang symbols, racial or sexual connotations, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, double meanings, inappropriate slogans, profanity or obscene language.

    The administration has the right to enforce a reasonable dress code. Students who come to school dressed inappropriately will be expected to change. Parents will be contacted to bring appropriate clothing if students are wearing clothing that is unacceptable for school. Thank you for your adherence to the expectations of our JCSS dress code.
Dress Code 1
Dress Code 2


24-25 Work-Based Learning Applications

The Work-Based Learning application for next school year is LIVE! Scan the QR code on the graphic below OR click to apply.

WBL Application 24-25


Lunch Balances

Parents, please check with your students to see if they have an outstanding lunch account balance. We have numerous students who have outstanding balances. Thank you!


Outstanding Lunch Balances



Empower Bus

If your student attends classes at the Empower College and Career Center in the mornings, please be sure to arrive on time. The last bus leaves EJCHS at 7:45 sharp! If you are a car rider and will be arriving late, we ask that you drop your student off at Empower instead of EJCHS as no late buses travel from EJCHS to Empower.  Bus riders arriving on campus on a late bus (after all Empower busses have departed) should remain on the bus and tell their bus drivers they need to be taken to Empower.

Empower Bus Notification

Scholarship Opportunities

Did you know our counseling department maintains an ongoing list of scholarship opportunities on their counseling Canvas course?  Just visit the Counseling Resources section under Services/EJCHS Counseling on our website for a complete list of available scholarships and other resources for students and parents.

Scholarship Opportunities

Partners in Education

We are looking for businesses that would be willing to serve as partners in education to help our school. If you or a business that you know of would be interested in donating money, food, supplies, etc. for our students and teachers, please contact Mandy Byers at Thank you for your support of East Jackson Comprehensive High School. Go Eagles!


Daily Tutoring

Tutoring is available for all academic and modern language content areas each morning in the media center.  Touch base with your teacher if you have questions.

EOC Study Sessions

Don't forget:  study sessions for all core academic classes take place every other Wednesday until May 8th from 3:05-4:45 pm. Bus transportation will be provided if students sign up before the Tuesday weekly cut-off. To sign-up, please scan the QR code in the graphic or visit the EOC Study Session Link and complete the form.

Study Hall-All Core Classes

Linq Connect for Lunch Account Payments

Pay at LINQ Connect

  • Breakfast costs $1.45 in the elementary schools and $1.55 in the middle and high schools.
  • Lunch costs $2.10 in the elementary schools and $2.60 in the middle and high schools.
  • Adults can eat with their children at $2.75 for breakfast or $3.75 for lunch.

During the 2023-24 school year, households will not be required to pay the reduced price of $0.30 for breakfast, nor the $0.40 for lunch, due to the Georgia Department of Education funding being utilized to cover these costs.

SchoolPay for All Payment Transactions

SchoolPay is the only way to complete transactions related to school services, including fundraisers, club dues, and dance tickets this year. We will be limiting cash and check transactions moving forward.
SchoolPay Link: