The JCHS Veteran's Day Assembly is now online for viewing. If you were not able to attend, you can view by following the link below: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/jersey-community-high-school-jerseyville-il/evt8b73063f38
A BIG JCHS Shout-Out to our FFA! 14 members attended the National FFA convention in Indianapolis and members have been competing in several competitions around the area, including Forestry, Horse Judging, Ag Sales and Agronomy with great success! Congrats to our members and their sponsor, Sarah Nichols!
JCHS will be streaming today's Veterans Day Ceremony on GTI (channel 12), New Wave (channel 17) and the NFHS network at 9:00 am.
Reminder - JCHS will be hosting our annual Veterans Day Assembly tomorrow at 9:00 am in the main gymnasium.
Ms. Kolkmeyer's Photoshop and Advanced Adobe classes were able to take 2nd graders drawings of "Are You My Monster?" and recreate them digitally and put them in book form. All students were able to see a drawing, illustrate and write the story, print and present the book to their 2nd-grade buddy. JCHS was happy to host the classes from Mrs. LeBlanc, Mrs. Fessler, Mrs. DeSherlia and Mrs. Weinmann.
After reading the book, “Are You My Monster?,” 2nd Grade Classes from East drew and described their own monsters on paper. Mrs. Heitzig’s Design Classes at JCHS learned to sew by hand then created felt monsters that mimicked the 2nd grader’s drawings. Pictured is the classes of Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Crone, and Mrs. Snyders.
The East Elementary parade has moved indoors. Students will parade through the school starting at 2:00. Guest can watch the students parade through the East Gym. The gym doors (on Giddings Street) will open at 1:45 for individuals that wish to watch the students.
IMPORTANT: Parent Survey Opportunity - The Illinois 5Essentials Parent Survey Supplement is being conducted NOW through February 14, 2020. To take the survey please visit https://survey.5-essentials.org/Illinois/ and select the appropriate survey to begin.
Just want to remind everyone that the JCHS Veterans Day Assembly will be on Thursday, November 7. Please help us spread the word. Thanks 🇺🇲
JCHS Soccer: Tonight's regional championship soccer game in Jacksonville is postponed due to weather. It will be rescheduled for Monday, October 28 at Jacksonville High School's Alumni Field. Start time will be 5:00pm.
Congratulations to the Riverbender JCHS October Female Athlete of the Month: Bria Tuttle! http://bit.ly/OctAthleteBT
Congratulations to the Riverbender JCHS October Male Athlete of the Month: Cole Martinez! http://bit.ly/OctAthleteCM
Good Morning. Today at JCMS we will be conducting a Lockdown Drill to practice our safety procedures. We wanted to make sure you are all aware that we will be practicing this 10 minute drill. Please DO NOT call the school during the drill. As always, thanks for your support.
JCHS will be holding it's annual Veterans Day Assembly on November 7 at 9:00 am in the main gymnasium at the high school. The public is invited to attend.
Friday Night Football: JCHS falls to Highland 42-21
Results from Boys Soccer at CM last night: JV lost 2-1 Varsity lost 2-0 Varsity ends regular season play with a record of 16-7.
JCHS Boys Soccer Results: JV lost to Granite City Varsity won 4-3 Final regular season game tonight at CM.
News from the courts: MS Girls Basketball - 7th Grade lost to Trimpe 26-24 / 8th Grade lost to Trimpe 21-10 JCHS Volleyball - Our Jersey Panthers fell to Highland at all 3 levels … Freshman, JV and Varsity.
JCHS Golfers Heading to Sectionals! The Boys Golf Team will compete in Charleston after placing 3rd in the Taylorsville Regional. Bria Tuttle will represent the Girls Golf Team as she heads to Jacksonville as an individual after placing 9th in the Williamsville Regional.
We've go the Spirit, yes we do! We've got the Spirit, how 'bout you! West Elementary kindergarten was so lucky to have some very special visitors yesterday! Past Homecoming Spirits, Mr. Greg Brown and Dr. Tim Lyons, visited Mrs. Jones' classroom and shared what an honor it is to be named a Jerseyville Panther Spirit. Once a Panther. . . .always a Panther!
West Elementary is so thankful for digital coach, Mrs. Melanie Fessler. She created a Panther themed slide show for students to use during Homecoming week! Students practiced skills such as letter identification, number order, and counting! THANK YOU to Mrs. Fessler for helping our students and teachers!
Wednesday Sports Update from JCHS: Freshman Football lost to Mascoutah 35-22 Girls Tennis defeated Granite City 7-2 Boys Freshman Soccer lost to Triad 2-1
Basketball Update from Tuesday: 8th grade girls basketball wins 42-16 over East Alton. 7th grade wins 42-10
JCHS Girls Tennis beat Jacksonville Tuesday evening: 9-0. Nice job Lady Panthers!
Volleyball in Mascoutah: JCHS Freshmen lost, JV won, and Varsity lost in 3. Varsity record is now 15-9.
Great News from the JCHS Havens Gym . . . Freshmen, JV, and Varsity volleyball all defeat Greenfield tonight. Varsity record is now 15-8
Girls Tennis played hard but was defeated by Highland: 9-0.
JCHS Girls Golf beat Civic Memorial but lost to Mascoutah.
JCHS Boys Golf advances to the IHSA Charleston Sectional on Monday, October 14th! Results from Lakeshore golf course: Jacksonville 319 - Champions Chatham-Glenwood 336 Jersey 357
Freshman Football Date Change! Due to a scheduling conflict at Mascoutah, the Freshman Football game (originally scheduled for Thursday) has been moved FORWARD a day to Wednesday. JCHS Freshman Football will play on Wednesday at 6 pm at Mascoutah High School.
Friday Night Football: The Panthers beat the Waterloo Bulldogs 33 - 28. See you next week for Homecoming as we take on Mascoutah!
Grafton Student Attendance Week Oct 7-11 Mon - Get out of bed & get to school (Pajama Day) Tue - We are crazy about school (Crazy Sock Day) Wed - Crazy clothes? We don't care; just get to school (Mismatch Day) Thurs - Hats off to being at school! (Hat Day) Fri - Panther Pride Day
West Elementary Homecoming Week Activities continued: 10/9/19: Mismatch Day-- Crazy clothes to wear? We don't care; just get to school! 10/10/19: Hat Day-Hats off to being at school! 10/11/19: Panther Day-Can't hide our West Panther pride!
West Elementary is celebrating Homecoming! To emphasize the importance of school attendance and to celebrate Homecoming Week we will be celebrating the following themes: 10/7/19: Pajama Day (Get Out of Bed and Get to School) 10/8/19: Crazy Sock Day (We are crazy about school!)
JCMS students worked hard to unload a whole lot of chocolate for our school fundraiser! Instead of our traditional magazine drive, this year we will be selling chocolate bars. All of the money that our students earn will be spent on equipment, programs, and special initiatives for students. We will be sending home additional information on October 8 outlining the sale and prizes that students can earn. As always, we appreciate your continued support!
Freshman Football fell to Waterloo 40-20. They play Mascoutah next week!
Girls Volleyball played at Waterloo tonight. The Bulldogs beat the Panthers at all 3 levels: Freshman, Junior Varsity, and Varsity.
Boys Soccer News: JCHS and Civic Memorial battled in a close game. In the end, CM came out on top 3-2.
A tough night for our JCHS volleyball teams: Freshman, JV, and Varsity lose to CM. 🏐
JCHS Girls Tennis defeated Roxana this evening: 9-0.
JCHS hosted the Havens Invitational held at Principia College. The Boys Team placed second in the five team race. Cole Martinez finished 2nd, Griffin Williams 6th and Jeffrey Guardado 14th. In the Girls race, Grace Sharich finished 6th and Chloe Kallal finished 12th. Congrats to Coach Landon and all JCHS runners!
Girls Golf falls to Granite City and Marquette. MVC tournament is Wednesday!
JCHS Varsity Soccer beats Carlinville 6-1. Kribs with 4 goals Turpin with 2
Congratulations to the Riverbender JCHS September Athlete of the Month: Clare Breden! http://bit.ly/SeptAthleteCB
Congratulations to the Riverbender JCHS September Male Athlete of the Month: Andrew Kribs! http://bit.ly/SeptAthleteAK
JCHS Boys Soccer Team - who fell to Mascoutah 3 weeks ago - avenge their loss with a 2-0 victory over the Indians. Goal by Jacob Dunham assisted by Zane Longley. Goal by Andrew Kribs assisted by Jacob Dunham. Their record is now 11-4.
The Freshman and JV Volleyball teams defeat Triad in 3 games. Varsity falls to Triad in 3.
In an extremely close Freshman Football game, JCHS falls to Triad: 22-19.
In Middle Scool Girls Basketball: Alton defeats JCMS at both 7th and 8th grades.
JCHS Boys Golf Won at Belk Park Golf Course this afternoon. Jersey 175 Marquette 178 Litchfield 192 Roxana 201 Clark Norris and Collin Fraley 41 were runner-ups to the Medalist.
Congratulations to JCHS Girls Tennis! They beat Hillsboro 8-1. Nice job Panthers!
Today - in the Alton Invitational - Cole Martínez placed seventh and Grace Sharich placed 14th. Great effort by all of our runners!
Girls Tennis beat East Alton/Wood River 9-0. Way to go Panthers!
JCHS Boys Golf competed in The Mississippi Valley Conference Tournament today at Belk Park Golf Course. Results: Champion- Highland 329 Mascoutah 330 Triad 348 Waterloo 354 Jersey 367 Civic Memorial 382
JCHS vs Highland in Volleyball tonight: Freshmen and JV both lose 2 tough matches in 3. Varsity comes out on top with a "W". Varsity record is now 14-5.
More news from Westlake Country Club: JCHS Boys Golf loses by 3 strokes to Marquette. Tyler Noble (runner up to medalist) shoots a 43.
Freshman Football with the win over Wood River 14-6.
JCMS Girls split their games at Roxana: 7th Grade Girls win … 37-7. 8th Grade Girls lose … 27-10.
News from the Tennis Courts: JCHS Girls victorious over Marquette ... 6-3
JCHS Girls Golf is victorious over Gibault. Bria Tuttle is the medalist for the second day in a row.
Boys Varsity Soccer beats Highland 2-0. Ethan Snider scores both goals with assists by Drake King and Zac Schaefer.
Mr. Scott Burney, a PE/Health teacher at JCHS, has been named Head Coach of the Panthers' Girls Soccer Team. Mr. Burney has 20 years of coaching experience and has been serving as the JCHS Boys Soccer Coach for the past 9 years. We look forward to a great season next Spring!
If you had the chance to help out some kindergartners, you would right!? Sure! YOU ARE A JERSEY PANTHER! Here is your chance to be part of a community- w i d e - project- that has the potential to be amazing with your help. It is simple, but it is going to take someone in your home or office to take the initiative to follow these EASY steps! Directions: 1 Download the Flipgid app 2. The code is: c105c9fc 3. Sign in with Google or Microsoft and record! 4. Please end your video with "I am a Proud Panther." The question we are all responding to: What does it mean to be a panther? If you have images you would like to share they can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org We need EVERYONE involved. Deadline: October 4th - the sooner, the better!
JCHS Boys Soccer has a tough evening in Waterloo: JV loses 5-0. Varsity loses 4-1
JCHS Boys Golf defeated Carrollton at the Westlake Country Club. Jersey 175 Carrollton 222 Medalists - Tyler Noble and Davis Hamm with a 43 Runner up - Clark Norris with a 44
Great news from the Westlake Country Club: JCHS Girls Golf beats Carrollton by seven strokes. Bria Tuttle is the medalist - shooting a 44.
JCHS Cross Country results from the Edwardsville Invitational: Cole Martinez was meet champion in the Fr/So Race!Griffin Williams placed ninth. Freshmen Mekena Dugger and Chloe Kallal placed 16th and 19th respectively. Congrats to all of today’s competitors!
It was a great day of soccer for the JV Soccer Panthers. The team went 2-1 in the Civic Memorial JV tournament. A 6-1 victory over Roxana, a 4-0 win over Wood River and a tough-fought 1-0 loss to CM. Great job Panthers!
JCHS Varsity Volleyball finishes 4th in the Belleville East tournament. Their record for the season stands at 13-5.
Girls Tennis lost a hard fought battle to Chatham Glenwood 5-4.
JCHS Boys Golf’s record is now 7 and 7 after losing to a strong Jacksonville team. Jersey 179 Jacksonville 162 JCHS top two golfers were Tyler Noble (42) and Collin Fraley (44)
Boys Varsity soccer with a 10-2 victory over Roxana. Kribs adds 4 more: to reach 25 goals on the season.
School Calendar: There will be NO SCHOOL for students on October 15, the Teachers Institute will be all day. The state has approved the waivers, & the calendar committee will finalize the full school calendar soon. An updated calendar will be posted ASAP.
News from JCHS Golf: Girls fall to Alton and Highland. Hailey Tonsor leads the team with a 48. Boys Golf beats Civic Memorial. Tyler Noble (with a 42) was two strokes behind the course medalist.
A tough night for Panther soccer and volleyball fans. JV and Varsity soccer both fall to Triad. Freshman, JV and Varsity volleyball are beaten by Waterloo. Let's get 'em next time Panthers!
Freshman Football loses to North Greene 34 to 22.
JCHS Boys Golf lost to Alton at Rolling Hills Golf Course. Jersey 179 Alton 178 Collin Fraley shot a 42, trailing the medalist by 2 strokes. Boys Golf record is now 6-6.
Both the JV and Varsity Volleyball teams beat Southwestern. The Varsity record now stands at 11 victories and 1 loss.
Lady Panthers Update: Girls Tennis beat Mascoutah 8-1. Girls Golf lost to Mascoutah, Okawville & Freeburg.
Cross Country ran at North Mac Saturday. Cole Martinez ran 16:38 to win the race. Andrew Kribs and Griffin Williams were medalists. Mekena Dugger won in 21:58. Chloe Kallal was second.
Panthers and the Effingham Flaming Hearts battle all night. Effingham comes out on top 34-28. Another home game next Friday vs Civic Memorial.
Happy Friday! PAC Fish Fry tonight prior to our first home football game. It's going to be a beautiful evening to eat some fish and watch our team compete against Effingham at 7:00.
JCHS Boys Golf defeated Marquette and Roxana. Jersey 171 - Alton Marquette 177 - Roxana 201. 3-way tie for medalist included 2 JCHS golfers: Norris & Noble
JCHS Girls Tennis triumphs over Collinsville: 9-0. Way to go Panthers!
Grafton Spirit Wear Orders - DUE NOW Paper Orders (see image) are due Fri, Sept 13 Online Orders are due Sun, Sept 15 http://stores.gatewayshirts.com/gejrpanthers
JCHS welcomes Mr. Dave Kanne, the new Activities Director for Jersey CUSD #100. Mr. Kanne has been a teacher, a coach, an assistant principal, and a principal for the past 35 years. “I am impressed with the students I have met, the student-centered staff, and the dedicated coaches/sponsors who give their time to a multitude of sports and activities.”
Athletics & Activities link in our Jersey100 app is under repair. We hope to have it back up and linked to all schedule pages on 8to18 soon...
Good article with pictures about JCHS Soccer on RIVERBENDER.COM. https://www.riverbender.com/articles/details/jersey-captures-seventh-boys-soccer-win-36971.cfm
Just a reminder: JV Football (@ Home) vs Marion -11:00 am today
JCHS welcomes Mrs. Candy Wagner! Mrs. Wagner has 19 years experience teaching Physical Education, Physics, Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, and Chemistry at the middle and high school levels. She is currently teaching 8th grade STEM and is the head middle school softball coach. "I love how I've been welcomed into the JCHS family!"
JCHS wins Carlinville Kickoff Classic! Kribs with 5 goals and Longley with 1 for a 6-0 finish over Springfield Lutheran. Off to a great start!
More results from yesterday: Girls Golf beat Freeburg but lost to Triad. Triad: 206, JCHS: 211, Freeberg: 213
Mrs. Heitzig's Advanced Design Early Bird class started their day at Julie's Graphics Thursday morning! Students were able to see how banners are printed, vinyl is cut, made to order Panther shirts are pressed, screen prints created, and how Mrs. Heitzig was made a teacher t-shirt on the spot. The staff at Julie's Graphics were amazing hosts and we are very grateful. We are very proud of our local businesses and how they go above and beyond for our students!
Freshman football defeats Roxana 28-0..... Great effort by all!
JCHS Boys Golf went 1-1 in an MVC match tonight. A loss to Mascoutah and a win against CM.
Volleyball wins freshmen, JV, and Varsity tonight against EA/WR. Freshmen 2-0, JV 2-0, Varsity 7-0! JCHS volleyball is currently undefeated!
Results for September 4: Boys Golf lost to Jacksonville and Chatham Boys Soccer beat Gillespie/Litchfield 9-2. Girls Golf lost to Marquette and beat Roxana Cross Country Boys placed 4th at Carlinville Invite. MS Cross Country: Girls Team took 1st overall!
Good luck to JCHS soccer. They play Springfield Lutheran tonight for the tourney championship in Carlinville at 7:15 pm.
Congratulations to JCHS Boys Soccer athlete Andrew Kribs. St. Louis Post Athlete of the Week. https://www.stltoday.com/sports/high-school/athletes-of-the-week/ Andrew now has 14 goals!
EVENT CHANGE: Carlinville Cross Country Meet scheduled for today, Sept. 3 has been moved to tomorrow Sept. 4.
Happy Tuesday JCHS. We have home events this week. Please come out and support your classmates.
Jersey wins opener vs. Granite City 23-14. Great job Panthers! Next Friday we go to Marion.
Jersey up 23-14 after a Safety. 1:11 left and Jersey has the ball.
Jersey up 21-14 with 7:09 left in the game.
Jersey and Granite still tied at 14 - 14 after 3 quarters.
Jersey 14 - Granite 14 at half.
Boys Soccer wins 2 today at Carlinville Classic. 8-0 vs Lincolnwood & 4-0 vs EAWR.
Jersey and Granite tied 7-7 after 1st quarter.
Roxana Volleyball Tournament Awards Sydney Gillis All Tourney Team Clare Breden MVP
Jersey girls beat CM to win Roxana Volleyball Tournament.
Jersey Girls Volleyball beats Roxana in tourney semi's. Plays for the championship at 2:30.
Girls Middle School Softball at Alton has been canceled - Saturday, Aug 31.
Granite City football game postponed to Saturday 8/31 @ 7PM #GoJerseyPantyers
Thursday: Girls Golf - Marquette 183, Triad 196, Jersey 198 Natalie Weiner a career best of 46 Boys Golf - Waterloo 186, Jersey 191 Jersey top score: Clark Norris shot a 46 Fresh/Soph Football - lost to Granite City 32-28 MS Cross Country - Lost to Bethalto Trimpe
JCHS welcomes Mr. Brian Borkowski! Mr. Borkowski is beginning his first year with us teaching Freshman English and is a volunteer 7th grade football coach. He previously taught English in California, Piasa Southwestern, IYC Pere Marquette (Department of Corrections), and Bunker Hill. "My wife and I have lived here for 15 years and have two kids in the school system. I love the community and the focus that we place on education."
Today 8/28/19 V/JV Soccer vs Mater Dei has been moved to Mater Dei High School, Breese, IL at 4:15
JCHS welcomes Sarah Nichols, our new Agriculture teacher! She previously taught Ag in Litchfield and Athens, and this year is teaching Ag Science, Vet Science, Ag Business, and Freshman Orientation. She is very excited to be at JCHS and is already hitting the ground running. "Everyone has been very welcoming and the staff has been very helpful."
Today 8/27/19 JV Soccer vs. Southwestern has been moved to Gordon Moore Park, Alton. Start time 5:00pm
JCHS welcomes Mrs. Amber Bruns! Mrs. Bruns is a Special Education teacher who has twelve years of experience and many more as a substitute teacher. "I decided to come back to full time teaching after taking a long term substitute position at Jersey Community Middle School. I was inspired by the staff, the effort the staff was putting into the curriculum and support that was going into the lives of the students was astounding. I love this community and the scholarships and support that is given. I hope to continue feeling motivated by my peers here at the high school and I look forward to this new chapter in my life."
JCHS Welcomes Ms. Margaret Bear, our new vocal music teacher! Ms. Bear has performed at the professional level and has taught music in the private and public sector for the last ten years. "What I love about Jersey County and JCHS is the commitment to hard work!!! I always say to my out of town friends and visitors, "Jersey will welcome anyone with a good work ethic." I think the same can also be said of our fine arts program at the high school. The students really take the time to put in a full effort."
Middle School Softball vs Southwestern scheduled today 8/22/19 has been cancelled.
JCHS Welcomes Mrs. Sue Utgaard, our new Social Worker! Mrs. Utgaard was previously employed as the school social worker for the Carrollton School District for four years and experiences include employment as a social worker for DCFS, Lewis and Clark Community College, and the Roxana School District. "Thus far, I love the positive culture and professionalism at JCHS. As far as Jersey County, I believe you have the best movie theater and county fair! I've also become familiar with Dairyland, Express Yourself, and Second Time Around to name a few. Thank you for your warm welcome."
JCHS volleyball will have a Canned Food Drive Scrimmage on Thursday 8/22 at 6:00. You must bring a canned/nonperishable food item(s) to enter the game. All donations will be given to the local Salvation Army.
7th grade is getting right to it... Mrs. Isringhausen’s 7th grade STEM class tested their space survival skills by working together to rate the importance of supplies. They compared their scores to NASA’s ratings. Almost everybody survived the mission! Students in Mrs. Goetten’s Literature classes are creating classroom expectations posters to present and post in the classroom.
It was a great first day at JCHS and awesome to see the kids again.
Athletes and parents please log into Skyward and complete the IHSA consent and transportation forms. BOTH students and parents need to do the IHSA form.
Middle School Softball vs Greenfield scheduled for Tuesday, August 13, 2019 has been cancelled.
Thank you to all the incoming 8th grade kids and parents who attended the JCHS Incoming 8th Grade Orientation last night!
Girls Tennis Practice will begin on Monday, August 12th. Due to the projected weather, practice will be from 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM at the JCHS Tennis Courts. Please make sure you have a current physical on file prior to the first day of practice.
JCHS Volleyball Tryouts will be held on August 12th from (9:00 - 10:30) & (12:00 - 1:30). They will continue on August 13th from (3:00 - 5:00). You must have a current physical on file to tryout. Any questions, please contact Coach Goetten at email@example.com.
JCHS Girl’s Volleyball camp is Monday, July 22-July 25. 3rd-7th graders are from 8:30-10:00, followed by the 8th-12th graders from 10:30-12:00. **Please make note of the change - 7th grade will go in the early slot (8:30-10:0)**. You can still sign up the day camp begins!
The first day of school for students for the 2019-20 year is Thursday 8/15/19. Administration plans to present a full calendar for approval to the Board at their July meeting. We are sorry for any inconvenience created due to this delay in action at the state level. Stay tuned!
Tennis Camp T-Shirts will be available for pickup at the JCHS Main Office beginning on July 8 from 7:30 am to 2:30 pm. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
Steve Pegram with Got Faith is asking for volunteer help in Grafton this Saturday, the 29th to help clean up the town. ALL students and adults are welcome to help! If interested in helping, please meet at Grove Memorial Park, across from Jersey State Bank at 8 AM. Lunch will be provided! Please help out if you can!
Congrats to Ethan Snider who made 1st Team All-Conference in baseball! Great job by John Collins, Zeke Waltz and Tucker Shalley who made 2nd team, and Ronnie Guilander who gained Honorable Mention! #gojerseypanthers
Best of luck to our Softball team as they take on Centralia at Carterville today in Sectionals! Game time is 4:30. #gojerseypanthers
Hidden in Plain Sight Parents and guardians are invited to attend this event which is being held at the Carrollton Knights of Columbus Hall this Thursday, March 21. This event focusing on potential risky behaviors of teenagers will begin at 6:30 pm.
Mr. Ben Gracey treated 8 JCHS seniors to breakfast this morning at Fran and Marilyn's. This is their yearly "Masters of the Constitution" breakfast. These students had the highest scores on the Constitution exam in Government class this semester. They are such an outstanding group and are going to represent our community so well at the next level!
Congrats to JCHS junior Elese Smith who was named to the Illinois Journalism of Education All-State Journalism team! Elese is a two-year member of the Panther Prowler yearbook and the current editor in chief. She will attend a banquet in Springfield on June 1 where she will receive her award. Selection to the All-State Team means that she represents the BEST in high school journalism. This is the first time we have entered a member of our staff!
Update to today’s schedule: IESA Track @ Beardstown - 12:00 Tennis MVC @ Triad - 1:00
IESA Track Sectional has been postponed to Monday at noon. Plan is for bus to depart at 9:30. Coaches will have the info. What a spring!!!
Daily Sports & Activities: Tennis MVC Singles @ Triad - 9:00 JV Baseball vs. Pittsfield - DH - 10:00 Freshmen Baseball vs. Waterloo - DH - 9:00 JCMS Track IESA Sectionals @ Beardstown
This week, one of our board members received a phone call from a Calhoun citizen who "wanted to express how thankful and amazed the citizens of Calhoun are that students from JCHS have been sandbagging. Students from Hardin and Brussels high schools naturally are vested in the effort, so it was great to see young people from Jerseyville helping the community." We truly have a great group of kids here at JCHS. #gojerseypanthers
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week to all the Jersey CUSD #100 Teachers! Take the time to “THANK” your child’s teacher.
JCMS Student Council sponsors student of the month and faculty member of the month. The students are nominated by their teachers and the teachers were nominated by their co-workers! Congrats to 5th grade student Jaden Woolsey and 5th grade teacher Jae Brady, 6th grade student Ella Brannan and teacher Kathy Shalley, 7th grade student Katie Deist and teacher Leah Randolph! Also the faculty member of the month was Dan Diamond. Keep up the good work!!
West Elementary students and their families had an awesome time at the first annual Physical Fitness Family Fun Night. Over 100 students and their families attended and "made their hearts beat" with fun activities that students participate in during physical education class. Thanks to Mrs. Jessie Ray for organizing the event and a huge shout out to the staff and student volunteers who helped!
Daily Sports & Activities: JV/V Baseball @ Mascoutah - 4:15 JV/V Soccer @ Waterloo - 4:15 Freshmen Baseball vs. Fr. McGivney - 4:30 JV/V Softball vs. Mascoutah - 4:30
Daily Sports & Activities: Freshmen Baseball @ Mascoutah - DH - 10:00 Varsity Softball @ Belleville East - DH - 11:00
First grade students at West Elementary celebrated "Week of the Young Child" with some very exciting activities. First grade students participated in a book swap. Students brought in gently used books and each student got to choose a book to take home. First grade students also celebrated "Work It Wednesday " where students dressed up as what they want to be when they grow up.
Students at West Elementary extend a HUGE thanks to the Jersey 100 Foundation. Each year, our schools receive a generous grant from the foundation. This year, we were able to use our funds to invite the artisans from Mississippi Mud Pottery to help each kindergarten and first grade student make their own piece of pottery. This is the second year for this activity and the students absolutely love it! Thanks so much Jersey 100 Foundation!!!
Today Miss Herkert’s class used their critical thinking and collaboration skills to complete a digital Spring Breakout Activity. There were a series of 5 sets of clues and locks to unlock. One group rose to the challenge and broke out! All of the other groups were on the last lock when time ran out. So close!!
District 100 Foundation Dinner & Auction is Saturday, April 27. These students are working to prepare an up-cycled project that will be donated to the event. Doors open at 5:30. Theme: Peace, Love & Panthers Cost: $35 per person Seats are limited! Contact Deanna Bridgewater in the JCHS Main Office for Tickets!
In preparation for the online re-registration of current Jersey 100 students, the 2019-20 school year fees are being added. They can be paid now, over the summer or just before school, but must be paid prior to the start of school. Online re-registration will be open soon...
Varsity baseball is cancelled for tomorrow!
JCMS Student Council sponsors student of the month and faculty member of the month. The students are nominated by their teachers and the teachers were nominated by their co-workers! Congrats to 5th grade student Mylie Ramirez and 5th grade teacher Rachel Evans, 6th grade student Logan Huitt and teacher Christy Schilling, 7th grade student Justin Laird and teacher Toni Goetten!
Mrs. Siemer’s class started their rainbow unit in the Cafetorium with an art project and making, baking and eating rainbows with our wonderful cooks, Becky and Tiffany. We colored the batter, layered it in the muffin pans and baked them. They came out looking amazing and tasting delicious. The kids cheered when they bit into them and saw all the colors of the rainbow. It was a great Fun Food Friday! Mrs. Siemer’s class started their rainbow unit in the Cafetorium by making, baking and eating rainbows with our wonderful cooks, Becky and Tiffany. We colored the batter, layered it in the muffin pans and baked them. They came out looking amazing and tasting delicious. The kids cheered when they bit into them and saw all the colors of the rainbow. It was a great Fun Food Friday!
Jersey 100 is very proud to have three teams selected to present at TECH 2019 on Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at the State Capitol Building in Springfield! Each team will consist of student representatives and teachers. Through these team demonstration at TECH 2019, our students will be key technology ambassadors to the state legislators who serve our schools. Congratulations to : Mrs. Holly Campbell and her students at West Elementary. They will be presenting First grade flips for Flipgrid. Mrs. Erica Heitzig and Mrs. Emily Desherlia and their students at JCHS and East Elementary. They will be presenting on a Collaborative Monster Project . Mrs. Sara Pranger and her STEM students at JCMS. They will present their Lego EV3 Robots.
Facilities do have a big impact learning. The new Panther Den at West Elementary is a great place for students to explore. The space is designed to allow a large group of students seating and viewing of the big screen TV, but it also has plenty of room to spread out for exploring. It was the ideal setting for 1st grade students in Ms. Beauchampś class to experiment with coding today. Even Mr. Greg Brown helped the students program their robots. #GoJerseyPanthers
Students in Mrs. Murphy's first grade and Mrs. Siemer's kindergarten class are already making great use of the new spaces at West Elementary. They teamed together in the cafeteria to make magical Leprechaun pudding, Oobleck, and reading St. Patrick's day books.
Can you catch a leprechaun? Students in Mrs. Beuttel's first grade class wrote about how to create a leprechaun trap, then used items from their STEM bins to create traps. Unfortunately the leprechaun wasn't found, but these students had a lot of fun trying to catch him!
Softball AT Southwestern has been rescheduled for Friday, March 22 at 4:30.
Award Winners at last night’s basketball banquet: Front Row (LtoR): David Rogers (Great Teammate), Nathan Goldacker (Panther Leadership Award), Kurt Hall (MVP, 2nd Team All-Conf. & Career 3 Pt. Record & Season 3 Pt. Record at JCHS & 13th all time leading scorer at 1,015 pts), Will Medford (PAC Pride Award) Back Row (LtoR): Tucker Shalley (Offensive Player of the Year), Alex Strebel (Team Leader in Blocked Shots), Matthew Jackson (Ironman Award)
Mrs. Melanie Fessler came to Grafton school and taught our 4th graders to be computer engineering!! We decided it was so much fun that some of us will go to college and become real engineers! Check out our pictures and YouTube video below! https://youtu.be/bryabrOQCmg
JCHS Culinary Classes we’re lucky enough to team up with the Army National Guard to compete in the Cooks and Camo Competition! Teams were challenged to create and present the best tasting and most appealing plate using Meals Ready to Eat (MREs) as the main dish and desert. Today, the winning teams from each class were recognized and presented with awards! WINNING TEAMS! 3rd Hour - Colton Miller, Dominic Woodward, David Huff, Elizabeth Stidd 5th Hour - Zachary Schaefer, Sabrina McAdams, Jason Kadell, Sydney Gillis 6th Hour - Asher Stidd, Andrew Bertman, Kiley Shaw 7th Hour - Cassidy Loy, Elli Sullivan, Elexis Coates
Prospective Kindergarten Students--Call us!!! If you have a child who will be 5 years old on or before September 1st, 2019, and will be attending kindergarten in Jersey Unit School District #100 or if you have a friend or relative who has a child eligible to attend kindergarten, please call 498-4322 to schedule a Pre-Registration/Screening appointment. Parents and eligible students are required to attend Pre-Registration/Screening on Thursday, April 4th, or Tuesday, April 9th. The Pre-Registration/Screening will be held from 4:00-8:00 p.m. at West Elementary. Required items for kindergarten are: proof of residency, child’s legal birth certificate, recent physical (physical no older than 1 year prior to first day of school), immunization records, eye examination form and dental examination form.
Great job by Clare Breden; she was named to two 3A All-State Teams this week! Associated Press Honorable Mention and Illinois Basketball Coaches Association 2nd Team! Clare's hard work and dedication have definitely paid off!
Congratulations to Oliver Johnson! He made the All Sectional Team for Scholastic Bowl! Oliver will advance to the All State Competition.
Mrs. Heitzig’s Family & Consumer Sciences classes are experimenting with their green screen while using the Do Ink App. We will be rolling out a video where we are showing off our February creations from Design Orientation, but for now, this a behind the scenes look of how it’s being made! #GoJerseyPanthers #Jersey100Proud
Do you want to know what a typical day in JCHS Fine Arts and Career/Technical Education classes looks like? It is mess, loud, busy, practical, organized chaos with career exploration and hands on applications. The content might have changed since you were in high school but the change is for the better! In CTE classes, students are learning to find their niche and build a career from the passions. But it is more than that, so much more! There is an over abundance of problem-solving, character development, collaboration unfolding too. These students display so much pride and confidence everyday. These classes are for students planning to attend college, trade school, military bound, going right into the work force... and the undecided. It is not just something they look forward to in their day or an incentive to pass their core classes- It is an opening to doors they did not know existed. When Mrs. Heitzig took the pictures below today. She just popped in unannounced, and snapped a few quick pictures. It did not need to be planned because these activities happen daily.
First grade students love coding on Valentines day. The excitement in the room was contagious. The students in Mrs. Duggan's classroom exceeded all expectations today when they programmed their robots. The students were able to write up to 4 different lines of code. Many of the groups learned about decimals for the first time because they needed their robot to go less than 2 seconds but more than 1 second. One student suggested try 1.5. Then the students were ready for the next challenge and added angles to their code. The students used a protractor to code angles from 0-360 degrees. The math applied to program the robots was outstanding. Best of all the students used trial and error to keep their robot on track. #lovemath #loveStem #GoJerseyPanthers
HUGE congrats to our Poms Dance Team who placed 2nd in Hip Hop and 3rd in Kick at State over the weekend! Way to go girls!!
Community Unit School District No. 100 will be administering speech, vision, hearing, and developmental screenings in March for pre-kindergarten age children. If you have a child who will be 3 or 4 years old by September 1, 2019 that you would like screened for pre-kindergarten or early childhood placement for the fall of 2019, please call (618) 498-5561 ext. 5 for an appointment.
Community Unit School District No. 100 will be administering speech, vision, hearing, and developmental screenings in March for pre-kindergarten age children. If you have a child who will be 3 or 4 years old by September 1, 2019 that you would like screened for pre-kindergarten or early childhood placement for the fall of 2019, please call (618) 498-5561 ext. 5 for an appointment.
What makes bridges so strong? Students in Mrs. Burneyś 4th grade class learned all about the different bridge types and the construction and function of each. Students were to design a bridge that would hold the most weight possible. The bridge could only be made from two pieces of paper. They collaborated with their groups and carried out investigations to test each of their prototypes. From doing their tests, they had to determine how to make their bridge even stronger. #Jersey100Proud
Due to extreme cold temperatures over the last 2 days, we are are experiencing fuel gelling in our bus fleet. There will be NO SCHOOL, Thursday, 1/31/19. Decisions about all extra-curricular activities will be made by noon. #GoJerseyPanthers
Boys Basketball Final - Mt. Vernon 68 Panthers 34
Jersey CUSD #100 Schools will be closed on Wed, Jan 30 due to forecasted windchill warnings and sub-zero temperatures throughout the day. All activities and practices will be decided by noon tomorrow and will be communicated by social media. #GoJerseyPanthers
Mrs. Lamer's 4th grade students put their geometry skills to the test programming robots. The students first created a path for the robot to follow. The path included acute, obtuse, and right angles. When they programmed their robot they had to decide how many degrees, at what speed, and for how many seconds the robot should roll. Their programs did not work the first 4-5 tries, but the students used their problem solving skills to get their robot back on track. It was great to see the perseverance in problem solving these students displayed. #Jersey100Proud
Girls Volleyball game tonight at Jacksonville is cancelled due to weather
Mrs. Fessler's 2nd grade Students love the challenge of computer coding. The students do not give up when it gets tough and they even fix their own errors. At the completion of a level one could see the delight on their faces. One girl even said, "I am going to be a computer programmer when I grow up." #Jersey100Proud
Boys Bowling is taking on Triad today at Camelot Bowl in Collinsville, 3:30 start time! Good luck!
Don't forget our Trap Shooting Meeting tonight in the JCHS Study Hall at 6:00! This is for parents and students, grades 8-12.
We are in the process of making some changes to the Jersey 100 App, and how the JCHS & JCMS announcements are accessed. Access will not change on the web site. If you haven't downloaded the Jersey100 App please do, it’s a great way to stay connected to Jersey 100!
JCHS Boys Mid-Winter Classic games are on as scheduled for this evening. Pittsfield vs. Highland - 6:00 | Jersey vs. Cahokia - 7:30. Athletes, your coaches will be in contact with you about practices.
Boys Bowling are currently 2nd after game one in their regional, being held in Decatur!
Due to road conditions, especially on county roads, there is NO SCHOOL - Monday January 14, 2019
EARLY DISMISSAL - Due to the impending winter storm, school will dismiss at 12:30 today. All weekend events have been cancelled. Additional information will be posted through the Jersey100 app.
Grafton Elementary Music Program https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/jersey-community-high-school-jerseyville-il/evt07091c3b60
The Theatre Department is holding their Pork Steak Dinner in the JCHS Cafeteria today from 11:00-7:00! Dinner includes pork chop or pulled pork sandwich, baked potato, green beans, salad, dessert & drink! Dine in or carry out! Come out and support the kids!
West Elementary Family Library Night is CANCELLED for this evening (12/6/18). Please join us for our next library event on January 3, 2019!!!
Schedule Update: JCHS will also be hosting Scholastic Bowl this evening at 4:00!
Congratulations to our Class of 2019 Illinois State Scholars! The are as follows: Grace Berry, Andrew Bertman, Elizabeth Bray, Kinley Brown, Madisyn Carpenter, John Collins, Ryan Croxford, Jay Goetten, Taylor Goetten, Ronald Guilander, Hannah Hudson, Oliver Johnson, Anna Kraushaar, Hayley Krueger, Sara Lamer, Elsie Loftus, Chelsea Maag, Riley McIntyre, Sally Reed, Libby Roth, Brett Stackpole, Kaitlyn Stellhorn, Hannah Tonsor, Brooke Tuttle & Jacob Wargo
There will be no PEP Band this evening!
JCMS girls Volleyball practice for tonight is cancelled.
The Freshmen Boys Basketball game scheduled for tonight is CANCELLED. We will update more events as the day progresses.
Due to icy roads and unsafe travel, there is NO SCHOOL in Jersey 100 schools today, Monday November 26, 2018. Additional information will be posted to the Jersey 100 web site and app. Be safe.
Congrats to the student musicians selected for ILMEA District Jazz Festival that performed this weekend! Abigail Stephens, William Beauchamp, Charlie Simcox, Jett Blackorby, Elsie Loftus, Sara Lamer, Lillie Purcell & Ellie Huitt, we are proud of you!
Varsity Girls Basketball will take on Breese Mater Dei in the Alton Tip-Off Classic Championship tonight at 7:30!Bring home a WIN!
West Elementary Family Library Night is CANCELLED for tonight. We hope to see you at our next library event on December 6!
*Jostens graduation and ring orders will be taken and delivered on Monday.
The Jersey Panthers moved to 2-0 in the Alton Tip-Off Tournament on Wednesday by defeating Springfield Lanphier 63-58. The Panthers will play in the championship game on Saturday at 7:30. They will play the winner of the Alton vs. Breese Mater Dei game to be played on Friday. Jersey was led by Clare Breden's 31 points and Abby Manns' 11. The Panthers were 23 of 29 from the FT line including a perfect 13-13 by Breden.
Mrs. White is needing to cancel 8th Grade Girls Basketball practice tonight. Sorry for an inconvenience! Students will be allowed to use the office phone if they need to make arrangements.
JCMS 7th Grade Boys Basketball practice and Girls Volleyball Open Gym are cancelled today due to the weather.
School Resource Officer & D.A.R.E. Officer, Rich Portwood, will be presenting tonight & tomorrow at Parent/Teacher Conferences. https://www.riverbender.com/articles/details/prevention-educator-robertson-officer-portwood-present-hidden-in-plain-sight--to-parents-31767.cfm
Great job, Panthers! Thank you @altontelegraph! https://www.thetelegraph.com/sports/article/PREP-VOLLEYBALL-Jersey-sweeps-Shells-earns-13331363.php
Dear Parents and Community Members, At approximately 10:40 this morning, JCHS was placed on lock down. After working with the Jerseyville Police Department, it was determined that at no time was our school, students, and faculty in any danger and the lock down was lifted. The decision to go on lock down was precautionary. JCHS's primary goal is the safety of our staff and students and we will always error on the side of caution. Respectfully, Cory Breden, Principal
Last Night's Results: Varsity Volleyball beat CM in three games! This brings them to 16-12 overall. 7th Grade Girls Basketball defeated North Greene 26-10. 8th Grade Girls Basketball defeated North Greene 42-9.
JCHS Tennis ended their day on a good note by winning their third match! Hannah and Chelsea will play again tomorrow morning!