If you're going to stick with the stock rotors at least make sure they are within spec before putting on new pads. If it was me, I'd also make sure that they are true and don't need to be turned. Otherwise the new pads may not bed well.
BTW, I am a fairly aggressive driver, so when my brakes need to be replaced, I take the opportunity to upgrade them. I always go with a quality slotted (not drilled) rotor and matching ceramic compound pads. I replace them in pairs. This costs more, but these things are stopping the vehicle and I want to make sure that when I need to stop, I can.
Just my 2 cents.