Jefferson Davis High School

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  • 2021 Graduation Ceremonies

    Commencement ceremonies for MPS high schools were live streamed and are available to watch now on YouTube.

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  • Max 4 Kids Scholarship

    Max4Kids Scholarship Recipient

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  • COVID - Wear A Mask

    Combining prevention steps, including having everyone wear a mask correctly, keeping people 6 ft apart, handwashing, cleaning and maintaining healthy environments & contact tracing. Phased school reopening based on community transmission levels. Increased testing. Vaccinating teachers, staff, & the community.

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  • MPS Graduation

    MPS is announcing a tentative schedule of graduation dates for the Class of 2021. JD, May 17 (Mon) ; Lanier, May 18 (Tues); Lee, May 19 (Wed); Carver, May 20 (Thurs); Park Crossing, May 21 (Fri) ; Brew Tech, May 24 (Mon); McIntyre, May 25 (Tues); BTW, May 26 (Wed)

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  • Virtual Learning Tips for Parents

    As many MPS families continue, their experience having their child attend school virtually –even parents with experience can use some fresh ideas to start the new school year. Here are proven tips from teachers and parents of virtual school students to help your child get ready!

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  • PLEASE NOTE... Night School Registration for the second semester will start next month.  See the flyer below.

    Night School

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  • MPS will switch to virtual learning from January 18- 21, 2022.  The building will be closed for cleaning and sanitizing.  Jeff Davis High School will provide instruction through Schoology.  The daily schedule is posted below.

    Bulk breakfast and lunch pick-up will take place Tuesday, January 18 between the hours of 7:30 - 11:30 am.  Please drive to the back of the school to take advantage of this pick-up.

    Please note that School Counselors will be available via e-mail.  All withdrawals and enrollments are temporarily suspended until school resumes in person on January 24, 2022.

    virtual schedule

    Virtual Learning Rules/Reminders... please note that in-person learning is slated to resume on Monday, January 24, 2022.

    virtual reminders

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  • graduation flyer

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  • sch rul fly

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  • JD Uniforms 2021-2022

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  • Mullins Thank you for visiting our website, and welcome to Jefferson Davis High School for the 2021-2022 school year!  This year's theme is "Everyone Believes!".

    We look forward to seeing students 5 days per week this year and returning to a regular schedule of 4 classes per day. Students and staff will be required to wear face coverings, and we will take social distancing precautions. We will work hard to welcome students back to school in a safe, fun, and engaging learning environment. We will create a space of belonging where students will be accepted for who they are and where they are at, yet also be challenged to be their best selves.

    Academic learning and growth are our bottom line, yet we also understand that educating students means being attentive to the “whole child” and caring about their social and emotional well-being.  We are here to serve you in times of joy, happiness, and triumph, but also in times of challenge, grief, and struggle.

    Please take a minute to follow us on social meda by signing up on Twitter to follow @JD_Athletics, @JDVolsStuActvty, @dpmjdhs and on Instagram at jdvolsfootball, jd_yearbook_mgm, and jeffdavisbasketball.  Our website is also a valuable source of information. You are encouraged to visit and check it daily.  Jefferson Davis High School is a community school. We are a place of learning, belonging, growth, and support for students, families, and community.

    Thank you for being a part of our community and school! 

    Patrick Mullins, Principal