Collins High School
February 10, 2016
Progress Report Go Home TODAY!
Junior Parent Breakfast RESCHEDULED:
The new date is Wednesday, February 17th, the counselors and the Youth Services Center will be hosting a Parent Breakfast for junior parents in the morning from 8AM to 8:45AM. Topics will include what it means to be College and Career Ready, how to help your student prepare for the ACT, steps to take before your student becomes a senior and information about how your student can earn college credit through the Early College Program. Hardee’s will be be providing your complimentary breakfast and the meeting will take place in the Collins Library. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow morning!
Titan UP for the ACT Juniors!
Juniors: Please join us for Titan Up for the ACT next Wednesday, February 17th from 3:30-6:30. Students will learn test taking tips and strategies to use on the March 1st ACT. This event is free to all juniors and dinner will be provided at the end. Please email Ms. Gorman if you have any questions or to see if your student has signed up: email@example.com
NTI (SnowGO) Plan:
Whenever snow is in the forecast from this point forward, there is always a possibility that we will be implementing a NTI (SnowGo) Day for students and teachers. If the district decides to implement the plan, media outlets will indicate it as “Shelby County Public Schools will be operating under the SnowGo Plan. There will be no classes on campus.” Meaning there will be school work and learning going on from 9:00am - 2:00 through the Chromebooks on Schoology. Please click on this link to view more information regarding the SnowGO plan.
We Want To Know!
Science Class in Need:
I am looking to begin a collection of old pots and pans (preferably sauce pans), spoons, measuring cups & potholders that we can use for food labs in chemistry/science (as it is not preferable to make test tube rice krispies). If you have any old supplies like this laying around, I would love to take them off your hands! Please drop off donations to Leesa Stivers or email me at Leesa.Stivers@shelby.kyschools.us if you need me to pick the items up.
FFA Community Service:
Celebrate Your Achievement:
Graduation is around the corner and we have you covered for all your graduation needs.
Check out our graduation product checklist and make sure you are covered:
Cap & Gowns
Please visit www.Balfour.com for more information and make sure to celebrate your achievement!
Recycle for Project Graduation:
Take your aluminum cans, copper, brass, steel, any metals, appliances, power tool batteries and Christmas lights to
40 Windhurst Way
Tell them when you drop your stuff off during normal business hours that it’s for Project Graduation class of 2016.
This promotion will run until the end of April. Thanks for your support.
Thursday, February 11th
Blue and Black Day
Homecoming Practice 9:30
Homecoming Lunch at Bell House 11:00
Pep Assembly 2:30- 3:20
Friday, February 12th
No School- PD
BB vs DeSales
GB vs Presentation
Homecoming Dance 9:30- 11:30
Saturday, February 13th
Swim Regional Finals
Torchprep 10:00-2:00 in Presentation Room
BB at Nicholas Co.
Monday, February 15th
Grandparent Raising GrandchildrenMeeting:
National Honor Society (NHS):
Sophomores eligible for National Honor Society have all received applications. Completed applications need to be returned to Mrs. Jones in the library by Friday, March 4th. This is a strict deadline, and late applications will not be accepted. If you have further questions, please contact Mrs. Jones at Ext. 1282.
Shelby County Community Theatre Presents:
Shelby County Community Theatre will present Don’t Drink the Water, by Woody Allen, beginning February 19. Performance are Feb.19, 20, 26 and 27 at 7:30 p.m., and Feb. 21 and 28 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors (62 and up), and $10 for students. For reservations, call 502-633-0242. Don’t Drink the Water is directed by Sandy Richens Cohrs, and generously sponsored by Republic Bank & Trust and Shelby KY Tourism & Visitors Bureau. The theatre is located at 801 Main Street in Shelbyville.
Co-op Job Opportunity:
West Middle Boys Soccer Tryouts:
Tryouts: February 16th – for 6th graders only 3:45 to 5:45
February 17th – for 7th and 8th graders only 3:45 to 5:45
February 22nd – for everyone who made the first cut 3:45 to 5:45
For tryouts you will need a current physical, size 5 soccer ball, tennis shoes (make sure to bring in case we are in the gym), shin guards covered with soccer socks, water bottle, and cleats - if you have them. If it is above 32 degrees and not raining then we will try to have tryouts outside so please dress accordingly. If we cannot go outside then we will have tryouts in the gym. Everyone is responsible to have a ride here by no later than 5:45.
The final team will be announced after try outs February 22nd. Everyone who made the team will practice after school on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays – maybe even a few Fridays. Practice will begin February 23rd. There will be a mandatory parents meeting Tuesday March 1st , @ 5:30 in the cafeteria please mark your calendars – every player has to have a parent at the meeting.
The season will begin with the week of the March 14th. The conference tournament will be the first week in May hosted by South Oldham. Once the season begins we will play every Tuesday and Thursday and practice Mondays – maybe a Friday if needed. There are no games or practices scheduled for Spring Break.
If you have any questions please feel free to call 633-4869.
WMS Boys Soccer Coach
Lost and Found:
We now have a Lost and Found table set up out in the hallway by the main office. Please have your student stop by and check out the items on the table. You are also more than welcome to come in and look through the items as well. But please only take what belongs to you!