Southridge High School Newsletter

August 2017

Welcome New Staff to SHS

Social Media Safety

Stephanie Nancarrow, with the Indiana State Police and the division of ICAC (Internet Crimes Against Children) presented about the dangers of online social media.
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Solar Eclipse Experience

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**AB All-Stars**

Students that receive all As and Bs on their first semester report card will be rewarded with an afternoon of fun at The Teen Outback. Activities will include FOOD, Games, Contests, and Cash Prizes!!!

Hard Work + Good Grades = Reward!!!

1:1 Device Rollout

So far so good... Students are adjusting to their new Chromebooks and are enjoying the mobility they provide.
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Counseling - Student Services

Freshman Mentors

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Commitment to Graduate - Freshman Signing Ceremony

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Clubs

Student Activity Fair

The annual Student Activity Fair was held on August 25th. Each extracurricular activity was in charge of a table to promote their group, answer questions from potential members, and provide information (purpose, projects, dues, etc.). Thank you to all of the students and sponsors who volunteered their time to make the fair a success!
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Media Center Minute

Eliot Rosewater Nominees

Mrs. Bardwell began presenting the Eliot Rosewater Book Award program to the English classes. The presentation includes explaining the program and encouraging students to read the 2017-18 Rosie nominees. For each nominee a student reads he/she is encouraged to fill out a voting ballot. Students that read 5 of the nominees will be invited to a pizza party at the end of the school year. Students also watched book trailers about the books at the following link: https://sites.google.com/site/eliotrosewaterbooks/home/2017-2018-rosies More information about the Rosies and a list of this year's nominees may be found at the following link: http://www.ilfonline.org/?page=eliotrosewateraward

Read a Rosie!!!

Makerspace

Our Makerspace room is off and running for the second year. Students are invited to come in to create, explore, and problem solve with various mediums. The items are mostly tech related or crafty and will change out frequently to remain fresh for the students. Currently in the space we have Duct Tape Creations and Little Bits.

Happy Labor Day Weekend!

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