February 3, 2017
SHS Basketball and Cheer Senior Night
The following students are pictured above: (front row) Hannah Sebastian, Ashton Bowles, Chelsea Mills, Kacey Gambrell (back row) Cherokee Pruett, Mitchell Meagher, Taylor Funk, Isaiah Walker, and Kyle Allman. We look forward to seeing you play and cheer in the sectional on February 28th in Salem.
SHS Counseling Department to Hold Parent Nights
The SHS Counseling Department will be hosting a series of parent information nights. Junior Parent Night (Class of 2018) will be Monday, Feb 6. The Sophomore Parent Night (Class of 2019) will be held Monday, Feb 13. The Freshman Parent Night (Class of 2020) will be held Monday, Feb 20.
All sessions will be held in the SHS Media Center and will start promptly at 6:00 p.m. The information presentations will last approximately 30 minutes and cover topics such as 2017-18 course selection, vocational opportunities, and college timelines. These information sessions will mirror the same presentations that students will be receiving in the classroom. Counselors will be on hand to answer questions after the presentations.
BAND STUDENTS SELECTED FOR HONORS BAND
Five Scottsburg High School Band of Warriors students were selected to participate in the 36th Annual Western Kentucky University Honors Band Clinic, which was held this past weekend, January 26th through the 28th, on the college campus in Bowling Green, KY. Congratulations to seniors Megan Thomas and Sarah Petty, juniors Trevor Cox and Isaak Mount, and sophomore Hannah Dickerson! All five participants were placed in four large concert band ensembles where students spent 11 hours of rehearsal time over the 3-day period preparing 3 or 4 pieces of music. Each band gave a concert performance on the afternoon of January 28th for friends, family, and the general public.
Each band was split into one top 11th and 12th grade honor band, two equal 11th and 12th grade bands, and one 9th and 10th grade ensemble. Megan Thomas was placed, by seating audition, in the top 11th and 12th grade band. Sarah Petty and Isaak Mount were awarded 1st chair in the same band, playing flute and percussion, respectively. Trevor Cox was awarded 1st chair bassoon in the third 11th and 12th grade band, and Hannah Dickerson was awarded 5th chair in the 9th and 10th grade band. Each band was led by a prestigious guest band director: Dr. Patrick Dunnigan, Director of Bands at Florida State University; Mr. Joe Hermann, Director of Bands at Tennessee Tech University; Dr. Christopher Hughes, Director of Bands at Ithaca College in New York; and Dr. Audrey Peterson-Torres, Associate Director of Bands at Hamilton Southeastern High School, Fishers, IN.
About 400 students were selected from over 850 nominations made by band directors throughout the state of Kentucky, Northern Tennessee, and Southern Indiana. To be selected for this event is a huge accomplishment. Congratulations, once again, to our students for their musical excellence!
Bowlers on the way to Regional
ISTEP+ Testing Starting Again
ISTEP+ Test (ONLINE) Part 1
English Section 1 25 min Mon Feb 27th
Section 2 65 min Tues Feb 28th
Section 3 60 min Wed Mar 1st
Makeups Thursday, March 2nd and Friday, March 3rd.
Math Section 1 34 min Mon Mar 6th
Section 2 34 min Tues Mar 7th
Makeups Wednesday, March 8th
Science Section 1 30 min Thurs Mar 9th
Makeups Friday, March 10th
AmeriCorps Recruits Members for Scott County
The Scott County Partnership (SCP) is recruiting individuals from the community and local colleges who are interested in participating in the Scott County AmeriCorps program.
Currently, the SCP is seeking qualified applicants to perform many duties within the community at the Scott County Family YMCA After School Program. Positions are "Reduced Part-time" and "Minimum-time".
As an AmeriCorps member, you will gain valuable experience in an area that interests you that can translate directly into job experience in your chosen field. You will learn teamwork, communication, responsibility, and other essential skills that will help you for the rest of your life, while gaining the personal satisfaction of taking on a challenge and seeing results.
Applicants must be at least 18 years old and willing to commit to the program until August 2017. Members are required to sign a contract committing their service to the AmeriCorps Program. A high school diploma or a GED is required along with a criminal background check, a National Sex Offender Registry Check, and an application must be filled out for the positions.
Anyone who is interested in applying for the Scott County AmeriCorps Program can pick up an informational packet along with an application at the AmeriCorps Office at the Scott County Partnership in the Life Long Learning Center, 1092 W. Community Way in Scottsburg.
Packets may be picked up any time from Michelle Shelton as soon as possible. For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Michelle Shelton at 812.752.6365 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.