SHS Newsbreak

September 9, 2016

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CTE Courses at MASP

Scottsburg High School is once again offering Career Tech Education courses at Mid-America Science Park. We are offering courses with industrial certifications and dual credit in partnership with Ivy Tech. SHS teacher, Kyle Mullins, offers Advanced Manufacturing and Welding. Students learn hands-on skills with high tech machines that have been provided by the City of Scottsburg. It is our hope that students will be able to acquire skills to meet the needs of the employers of Southern Indiana.

Pictured above are three examples from the classes at MASP. Robert Brock is grinding metal in welding. The other two pictures feature 3D Printing in action at Scottsburg High School's Advanced Manufacturing. This is Paolo Bartoch's mechanical "Magic" card box he created on the new LulzBot!

We would like to thank our partners for these exciting opportunities for our students.

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Information about Youth Basketball

Girls Tryout Travel Team Camp at Meyer Gym

September 26th Grades 2-5 3:30-5:30

September 27th Grades 2-3 4:30-5:30

September 29th Grades 4-5 4:30-6:00

September 30th Grades 2-3 3:30-4:30

Grades 4-5 4:30-5:30

Thanks for your support in building a stronger Warriorettes Basketball program

Boys Youth Basketball Training Camp

Any boys in grades 2-5 that wish to tryout for the district elementary travel teams need to be at Meyer Gym at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, September 26th.

There will be additional tryout dates that week and more information will be available that first night.

SHS Remembers

Scottsburg High School Student Council organized a 9/11 Remembrance ceremony, which was presented during advisory on Thursday. Isaak Mount opened the program, then introduced Al Riggle, who shared some history of the attacks and encouraged students to be good citizens as well as heroic patriots when needed. Emma Waskom lead the school in the Pledge of Allegiance, then the SHS choir sang the national anthem. Zach Bush, who is a member of the SHS Band of Warriors, played Taps to conclude the ceremony.

Fall Sports Pep Session

Last week the SHS Pep Club sponsor, Lisa Schulze, and Athletic Director, Jamie Lowry, organized the annual Fall Sports Pep Session. The session began with a class officer competition of "Hungry Hippos". Students participated in a game that pitted the different officers against one another. The Sophomore class came out on top.

The SHS Cheer team then taught students a cheer. The cheer team led the cheer and then participated in a routine. AD Lowry then introduced each of the Fall sports team members as well as the Band of Warriors. Our football coach, Kyle Mullins, spoke to the student body to get them fired up about the first home game. The cheer block came out on Friday and hosted a tailgate, then cheered the entire game.

The football Warriors return to action tonight at 7:00 vs Crawford County at Warrior Field.