DON'T BE TARDY!
Students can not be dropped
off before 7:20 AM.
Tardy bell rings at 7:45 AM.
Must have photo ID
to check out a student.
313 Anderson Street
Jones High School is a public high school in Jones County in
Mississippi. The original school was built in 1965
and was renovated in 1995. A special
services building was built in 1993. South Jones High School
has an enrollment of approximately 1,400 students. The school
has an instructional staff of 94, four principals, and three
EMILY KNOTTS WINS 2ND PLACE IN LOBLOLLY FESTIVAL ART COMPETITION
The South Jones High School Art Department is pleased to announce that sophomore art student, Emily Knotts, placed 2nd in the recent Loblolly Festival art competition. The subject of Miss Knott's composition is the "Mason Fiber Company," the company that later became known as the Masonite Corporation.
SUMMER TAYLOR IS OCTOBER LAUREL SERTOMA STUDENT OF THE MONTH
PICTURED WITH MRS. SIRLENE CAPERS
4th Row (L-R)
Anna Brownlee (8th Grade Maid)
Allie Davis (Freshman Maid)
Grace Stringer (Freshman Maid)
Anna Sylvester (8th Grade Maid)
MARY WOODYARD IS SEPTEMBER LAUREL SERTOMA STUDENT OF THE MONTH
PICTURED WITH MR. WILLIAM DALTON
SOUTH JONES HIGH SCHOOL DELEGATES ATTEND BOYS STATE AT MSU
South Jones High School has three delegates that participated in Boys State this summer at Mississippi State University. Through the week-long program, the young citizens learn how city, county and state governments function by actually doing the job themselves. The purpose of American Legion Boys State is to identify young leaders and instill in them constructive attitudes toward the American form of government. The South Jones delegates are Colton Lott, John Ethan Hughes, and
Cory Skellion. South Jones is very proud of these young men.
SOUTH JONES WELCOMES NEW ATHLETIC
DIRECTOR, CORY REYNOLDS
BACKPACKS AND SUPPLIES DONATED TO SOUTH JONES
The Jones County Baptist Association generously
provided backpacks and school supplies to South
Jones Middle and High School. The gift was
made possible by the generosity of the
congregations in the Jones County Baptist
Association. We are so grateful and
appreciative of this thoughtful donation. Pictured are
Register and DeDe Tala with the Jones County
Baptist Association and
Cindy McKenzie, middle