SHS Newsbreak

November 2, 2018

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Community Performance Friday

Come see the Band of Warriors 2018 program at the track behind Scottsburg High School Friday, November 2 @ 6:00pm! Free and open to the public! A chili cook-off, silent auction and annual Chicken Men Band Video will be shown.


This is your chance to see the Band perform before they head to Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday morning to compete at State!!!

Good Luck to the Band of Warriors as they compete at State this weekend!

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Congratulations to Annie Noble and Olivia Reul for being named Volleyball Academic All State!

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The Booster & Yearbook Staffs Win Awards

Congratulations to the newspaper and yearbook staffs on their awards at the IUS Media day. During the award ceremony both staffs won top awards. The Totem staff won first place in every category, resulting in Yearbook of the Year for division 2.


The Booster was awarded News Organization of the Year. In addition they won first place in 10 categories as well as several second and third place awards. Further details will be available at theboosteronline.com next week.

Picture Retakes November 7th!

Parents:

Picture retakes are on Wednesday, Nov. 7. New order forms are available in both offices. If you ordered a photo package and did not like your pictures, have your student return them on retake day. Students absent on the original picture day need to have their photos taken on Nov. 7th to receive a school ID card.

Indiana Manufacturing Day

As part of Indiana Manufacturing Day, all SHS freshman toured four local manufacturers. Local manufacturers who participated were Fewell Monument/Buchanan Group, Viking Plastics, Morgan Foods, and American Plastics.


A special thank you to all the people who helped make this career exploration and educational experience happen including John Dattilo with Mid-America Science Park; Carlos Figueroa with Fewell Monument/Buchanan Group; Justin Tiepen with Morgan Foods; and Joyce Campbell with American Plastics.

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FFA National Convention

October 23rd to the 26th, FFA members attended the 91st Annual National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. Twelve members attended for the full trip and thirty-four members attended for the day on Thursday. Wednesday night Garth Brooks performed a private concert only for FFA members at Lucas Oil Stadium. He was presented with a lifetime FFA Alumni membership by the National FFA Officers.


Throughout convention FFA members had the opportunity to meet other members from all over the country. There were FFA chapters from all over the United States in attendance. Freshman, Jaylyn Cross remembers seeing all the jackets with the other states on the back and said, “the most shocking jackets to see were probably the jackets from Puerto Rico and Minnesota.” For many of these students it was their first National Convention and for some it their first FFA convention ever.


On Wednesday, some members volunteered with the FFA Courtesy Corp bagging items at the FFA Mega Store. For their service they received a pin for their FFA jacket and they made many new friends. All in all it was a very memorable experience for all members. Sophomore, Alek Babbs said, “It was one of the best trips I’ve ever been on, I’ll be sure to go again next year.”

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever!



Congratulations to Avery Kendall for earning the lead role in The Best Christmas Pageant Ever at the Kentucky Center for The Arts.

ISTEP & NWEA Testing

Juniors & Seniors will have ISTEP testing the first week of December! Freshmen & Sophomores will have NWEA testing the first week of December!

Academic Awards Information

Academic Awards Program letters have been emailed. Please check your in-box! Students with a 3.5 GPA or higher during the 2017-2018 school year have been invited. The Awards Program will be Monday., November 5th at 6:00pm.
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Family Heritage Fair Information

Our American Perspectives students will be putting on a Family Heritage Fair November 13 from 5-7 PM at the New Tech building.


There will be food, music, and informational booths at the fair. Each room will represent a different country that the students’ families immigrated from. Each student will create a booth that features information about their family and their country of origin and will be placed in the according room.