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Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. Ron Humphreys

Hello.  This is my third year teaching high school students (my background is teaching engineers at nuclear power plants) and I'm really excited to be at Jay M. Robinson's Academy of Engineering and Automation. Prior to coming to Robinson, I have spent a lifetime chasing opportunities in various industries (nuclear, environmental, consulting, and military) and positions (manager, instructor, operator, consultant, and technician). 

I grew up as an Army brat and have always had a sense of wonder lust and adventure to see as much of the world as I could, so I've always enjoyed taking on new challenges. But there comes a time when industries are in a time of transition and your spouse say's "There is no way I am moving to the United Arab Emirates just so that you can play with the newest nuclear plant design. Besides you're getting to be an old man, isn't it time we settle down?  After all, you've always said that eventually you'd want to teach at a high school."

So here I am.  

My goals for all of my classes are to:

  • Help integrate their knowledge across all of the disciplines;
  • Build a habit of intentional thinking by the students;
  • Foster a passion for a lifetime of continuous learning in the students;
  • Help them discover and pursue their passion (or at least help them to discover and avoid their disinterests); and,
  • Make sure that the students easily master course material.

Also make sure to review the Class Rules in the Documents section of this page.  Before working in our lab, all students (along with parent/guardian) must review and sign.  I'll print them out here and you can take them home for their signature.


  • 2020 - 2021 Full Year:



    2021 - 2022 First Semester (Fall):

    1st period - Principles of Engineering (Standard and Honors)

    2nd period - Introduction to Engineering (Standard and Honors)

    3rd period - Planning

    4th period - Advanced Manufacturing II Honors


    2021 - 2022 Second Semester (Spring):

    1st period - Introduction to Engineering (Standard and Honors)

    2nd period - Planning

    3rd period - Advanced Manufacturing I Honors

    4th period - Advanced Manufacturing I Honors


    Extra Study/Tutoring Time:

    If I'm not doing lunch duty, I'm in my class during Lunch A.  Most days I'm staying after school until 3:30 pm or so.  If you need extra help or need a place to chill out after school, I'm here.  Just let me know.



    Advanced Manufacturing I & II syllabus (MSSC curricullum)

    Introduction to Engineering syllabus (STEM 101 curricullum)

    Principles of Engineering syllabus (STEM 101 curricullum)





Contact Information

  • Ron Humphreys


    704-260-6660 x 43831

  • What Do I Need for Class?

    There are a lot of handouts that we use in class that you'll want to save for reference. Most of my students will write their notes on the handouts.

    My suggestions (obviously you can do what works for you) are:

    1. Your chromebook and charger.
    2. Some kind of folder to hold any handouts and a little bit of loose-leaf notebook paper.  I'd recommend some kind of accordion file that can close up and secure the pages, so they don't go everywhere.  Nothing hardcased like for tax documents (I'm trying to train future engineers not CPAs), but you know what I mean.    
    3. Bring something to write with so that you can take notes and turn in assignments, i.e., pen, pencil.  
    4. If you are into highlighting/coloring your notes, feel free to bring that kind of stuff, but it's not a class supply requirement. 

    NOTE: Things that are to be turned in should be Legible, Clean, and in black or blue color.  This is engineering, not art class.  In addition to technical skills, I am trying to teach you professional communication skills.  I am truly happy that you do love your dog and am very impressed with you doodle of them, but it's really not germane to the topic at hand.

2021 S1 Schedule for Humphreys Classes
2022 S2 Schedule for Humphreys Classes
  • Usernames and Passwords

     Chromebook and Canvas

    Here is the username and password for logging into your school issued Chromebook and Canvas (remember to click on the Canvas icon on the JMRHS webpage to log in).

    First initial, last name, last 4 digits of student ID number


    Password is your student ID number.

     Student Email

    Here is the username and password to log into your student Office365 (email) account.

    First initial, last name, last 4 digits of student ID number @cabarrus.k12.nc.us


    Password is your student ID number.

    Student Google (note the st.)

    Here is the username and password to log into your student Google account.

    First initial, last name, last 4 digits of student ID number @st.cabarrus.k12.nc.us


    Password is your student ID number.

My daughter Hanna's dog "Beamer" chilling on the drill field.