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Jordan-Elbridge Athletics

Eagle Pride! To cultivate the BEST in personal growth and achievement

Mission: To cultivate the BEST in personal growth and achievement


Providing the BEST in educational opportunities by…

•    Sustaining a culture that supports the intellectual and developmental needs of all

•       Being committed to excellence in education and exceeding expectations

•       Building a safe, dynamic learning environment where all are valued and respected

•       Expanding our home-school-community partnerships

•       Operating in a fiscally responsible manner


JE EAGLES are… Just and caring Excellent in all that they do

Ethical in their behaviors

Accepting of all  Global thinkers Learners first Examiners of why and how


The purpose of the Jordan-Elbridge Athletic and Extracurricular programs is to support the District’s mission, vison and values.  The responsibility for fulfilling this purpose lies with the entire school community:  students, parents, staff, administrators, coaches and advisors.

Definition of Participant 

A participant is a student who is committed to dedicating the time and effort necessary to achieve excellence.

Participant Expectations

A Jordan-Elbridge participant will act in a manner consistent with the District’s mission, vision, and values. A Jordan-Elbridge participant, while modeling the District’s values, will demonstrate: 

  •  Responsibility
  • Accountability
  • Dedication
  • Trustworthiness 
  • Self-Control
  • Enthusiasm
  • Grace under pressure
  • Class
  • Respect
  • Fairness
  • Caring
  • Persistence
  • Perseverance
  • Dedication
  • Teamwork
  • School Spirit
  • Pride

Any action that is inconsistent with the District’s mission, vision and values is unacceptable.  Any action that is prohibited by the District’s Code of Conduct is unacceptable.  Examples of unacceptable behavior include but are not limited to:

  • Taunting, intimidation, or hazing 
  • Abusive or disrespectful behavior toward officials, opponents, coaches, advisors and/or spectators
  • Substance abuse 
  • Failure to respect individual differences 
  • Excessive celebration 
  • Intimidation or humiliation of teammates 
  • Academic failure 
  • Pressuring peers to break the code of conduct 
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