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JHS Culture
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  • Hi! I’m Tabi and I want to welcome you to Jordan High School. This is a great place full of friendly students, teachers, and staff. To help you feel at home, some of my classmates would like to show you around.
  • My name is Mark. I hope you are as excited to be a part of Jordan High School as we all are to have you here. You might feel a little lost at first, but we’re here to help if we can.
  • This is the commons. It’s empty now, but before and after school, between classes, and at lunch it is full of people. It large and loud, this is where you want to hang out with your pals
  • Just remember that if anyone mentions “The Commons”, this is what they’re talking about.
  • Digger Dan is a great place to meet friends when you are lost. He’s big and tall, made of brass, stands on a brick platform with a fence around him. He is holding a sugar beet and a beet knife that is used to cut the top off of sugar beets. We were named the “Beetdiggers” because of all the sugar beets that were grown in this area when Jordan High School began.
  • This is the auditorium and we hold assemblies and programs here. We don’t all fit in the auditorium at one time, so you’ll either come to the “first” assembly or the “second” assembly, depending on your teacher.
  • The Spot, (the Beet) is at the northwest corner of the commons. The Marketing classes run this little store during both lunches and sell everything from Little Caesar’s breadsticks and frazzles that you’ll want to bring money for.
  • The Legacy restaurant is also at the north end of the commons. This is a restaurant run and managed by our fabulous Culinary Arts students here at Jordan. If you are lucky enough to be invited to eat here by one of those students, you will understand why it is known for its excellence throughout the district.
  • At the north end of the commons you will notice two prominent posters about sugar beets and how they are grown and how the sugar is extracted from them. Take a minute to educate yourselves about our history. We are very proud of it!
  • At the East end of the main hall, we come to the Small Gym.
  • In the Small Gym, our Volleyball team practices volleyball and the Chars (our drill team) practice their dances. Chars is short for Charlonians.
  • Across from the small Gym is the Main Gym where all the PE classes are held, some assemblies, and our basketball teams have their games. This Main Gym is called the “Beetgarden”.
  • To the north of the “Beetgarden”, down at the end of the hall, you will find our “Hall of Fame”. We keep all our amazing trophies here along with pictures and jerseys of outstanding athletes that have competed for Jordan High School.
  • Going outside now to the parking lot on the east end of the building. This is our “Driving Range”. Everyday you will hear them announce, “There will be driving range today, move your cars”. All of these cars have to be out of the parking lot by 2:30 pm or a tow truck is called. Not fun to pay a towing company to get your car back.
  • Going outside now to the parking lot on the east end of the building. This is our “Driving Range”. Everyday you will hear them announce, “There will be driving range today, move your cars”. All of these cars have to be out of the parking lot by 2:30 pm or a tow truck is called. Not fun to pay a towing company to get your car back.
  • This is the main office. Come here to pay all your class fees and to buy tickets to any of the dances. Come before school, at lunch, or between classes. They take cash or checks so be sure to get your money from the ATM in the commons if you only have a debit card.
  • At the back of the main office is the Principal’s office. This is Mr. Sherwood, our principal, famous for being passionate about student learning and carrying on the tradition of excellence at Jordan High.
  • This is the LMC, or library media center. There’s no food or drink allowed so be sure you leave it at the front. You can come before school, at lunch, or after school, leave your backpacks at the front in the cubbies. There are computers to work on to complete assignments and you can print things for $.05 a page. There are great books and helpful library workers too.
  • Across from Library you will find the registrar’s office. If you need to order a transcript, this is where you will come. Just knock nicely at the window.
  • To the West of the Registrar is the door to the Attendance Office. This is a pretty busy place that you will use many times while a student at JHS. This is where you come to buy your attendance tickets, or pick up anything that has been delivered to you from home.
  • At the back of the attendance office are the offices of the Vice Principals and our Law Enforcement officer. Vice Principals are assigned by the alphabet, so learn the name of yours and introduce yourself!
  • Continuing down the hall to the west we come to the Counseling or Guidance Center. There are several offices inside of this office.
  • The first office you will come to on your right is the Career Center. If you are interested in any of the Tech programs, scholarships, work opportunities, or work release programs, this is where you will come. It is also a small computer lab.
  • This is the desk for the secretary to the Counselors. She will schedule all appointments with the counselors.
  • At the south end of the F hall, close to the front of the building, you will find the Centennial Room. PTSA meetings, school community council meetings, district meetings and many small school gatherings are held in this room. It has cabinets with yearbooks and memorabilia from 100 years of JHS history.
  • The tech Atrium is found at the west end of the main hall. It is a very large room with tables and chairs. This is where many large functions are held.
  • This is the sign of the Beet! We are proud to be Beetdiggers and show off our pride every chance we get. Notice our sugar beet also looks like a heart, because we LOVE our beetdiggers!
  • We hope you feel a little more at home now, and that you won’t be afraid to stop and ask if you need any help. We are glad you’re here!
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