East Jordan Middle/High School

Home of the Red Devils


Students stand in front of the Superior Dome during a visit to Northern Michigan University.
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Every year the Christ Episcopal Church in Charlevoix donates money to our Students in Need fund and brings holiday cheer to EJ! These volunteers are wrapping Christmas presents for students.
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East Jordan's Molly Kitson and Macy McPherson were awarded the Certificate of Merit from the Society of Women Engineers for outstanding excellence in math and science. Congratulations!
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Fathers and sons can spend some quality time together at Camp Daggett from Friday-Sunday, February 8-10, 2019. See the flyer for more details.
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On January 12th, the Business Professionals of America Students will compete at Central Michigan University.

If they place in the top 5 in their individual events or top 2 in their team events, they will qualify for the State Leadership Conference at the Amway Hotel in Grand Rapids. If they place at the SLC, they qualify for the National Leadership Conference in California.

Students can take Microsoft Office tests, open tests about business topics, give speeches, present research, and more.

Each student is allowed to compete in two events and take any of the open tests.

We have 14 members this year.

Good luck to our students!

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It's scholarship time for Seniors!! Applications for scholarships through the foundation are available online at: c3f.org. All applications are due March 1, 2019.

Other local scholarships will be posted on the bulletin board outside Mrs. McPherson's room. Please check the board daily for additional scholarships.

For additional information, visit the EJMHS Scholarship page.

Did you know that the EJMHS has a food pantry and a clothes closet for families in need?

This winter, we have a wide variety of winter coats as well as toiletries.

If you find that you and your family would benefit from the EJ Closet, please contact Mrs. Kane at 231-536-0053 ext. 5304.

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Get Out of My Life, but First Could You Drive Me and Cheryl to the Mall?

If you are looking for a "survival guide" for the teen years, get ahold of "Get Out of My Life" by Dr. Anthony P. Wolf. This easy-to-read book will help you navigate topics such as school, drugs, suicide, and more.

How to Talk So Teens Will Listen & Listen So Teens Will Talk

Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish have written numerous top-selling books about parenting that offer straightforward advice that is easy to implement and see instant results.

*Click on the links above to read reviews on Amazon, or click on the books below to reserve a copy from your local public library.*


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Have you checked your child's grades lately? PowerSchool makes it easy to stay up-to-date on your teen's classes.

If you need a parent account, contact Ellen in the office at 231-536-2259.

Planbook is a great way for you and your child to view what they may have missed in the event of a school absence.

To access Planbook, click here and click on your child's teacher(s) name(s).

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