Southridge High School Newsletter
Students of the Month
Not Pictured -Luke Haag
Student Services -Counseling
For students planning to enroll in (or return to) college in Indiana during the Fall of 2016, the FAFSA must be filed by March 10, 2016. For more information on how to complete the FAFSA, please visit fafsa.gov on the web. This is a free application and will not cost you anything to complete.
Seniors who are planning to attend college in the fall of 2016 are encouraged to check out the list of local scholarships that are available. The list of scholarships can be found in the counselors office.
It's hard to believe that we have completed the 3rd quarter of this school year! We have so much to do in so little time. The counselors have been in the classrooms registering students for their courses so if you have questions about their course selections, be sure to check with your student.
The freshman mentors spent their time in homeroom during the month of homeroom discussing the consequences of alcohol, tobacco and drug abuse. Activities included: Bingo that addressed the consequences of smoking, the fatal vision goggles that addressed the consequences of drinking alcohol, and the "wheel of misfortune" that discussed the consequences of any and all of the above. During the final homeroom in February students watched a video about the deadly consequences of using designer drugs.
SADD (students against destructive decisions)
During the month of April, SADD plans to sponsor the Grim Reaper Day at the High School. This activity is an effort to remind teens to steer clear of drugs and alcohol especially when behind the wheel of a vehicle. The important message is that we are all connected. Please don’t let death from alcohol or other destructive decisions break this chain of life.
Auto Mechanics with Mr. Satterfield
Students competed in the regional contest at Vincennes University on February 6, Front row left to right is SR student Jarod Hildebrand that placed 2nd in Power Equipment and moves on to state finals, SR student Garrett Barnett for Automotive Repair, Forest Park student Nicole Epple for Diesel Equipment, Forest Park Student Bailey Schulz 2nd in Diesel Equipment and moves on to state, 2nd row Dylan Greulich Forest Park for Automotive Repair, Forest Park student Owen Ebert 1st place in Diesel Equipment and moves on to state, NE Dubois student Reese Newland 1st place in Power Equipment and moves on to state, NE Dubois student Scott Betz for Power Equipment. These students earned over $15,000 in scholarships. The State Finals will be April 15th and 16th at Indianapolis at the State Fairgrounds.
Southridge JAG Program
Congratulations to all JAG Participants at the Career Development Conference Regional. The students competed against 7 other schools in our Region in areas of Career Readiness, Writing, Business, and Creativity. We had 8 students place at Regional, and 4 students will be moving on to the State Competition in Indianapolis on March 11th.
Gia Rodriguez placed 1st in Career Presentation
Noah McWilliams placed 2nd in Critical Thinking
Olivia Kazee, Jennifer Yanez, Yoana Hernandez placed 1st in Entrepreneurship Plan
Reid Toby placed 2nd in Public Speaking
Lauren Dutton placed 3rd in Creative Solutions
Yesenia Alcantar placed 3rd in Cover Design
Diana Ferruzquia placed 2nd in Cover Design
Alyssa Middleton and Abby Hyatt helped the chapter place 1st in Chapter Brochure
State Choir Solo and Ensemble
Walkthrough Pep Pally at Holland and Huntingburg Elementary Schools
Freshman Homeroom Activity
Winter Sport Pep Rally
Wizard of Oz Musical
Pennies for Patients
Media Center News
Media Center Displays
myON -free digital library
Through the Hoosier Family of Readers initiative, students and their families across the state will have unlimited access to reading material on myON, giving families an opportunity to share rich literacy experiences together regardless of their socioeconomic status or whether or not there is a proficient reader in the home.
*More than 4000 digital books ranging from illustrated and picture books to chapter books, graphic novels, literacy non-fiction, photo and informational texts spanning multiple eras and cultures.
8The collection includes 70% nonfiction, 10% Spanish or dual language, and 20% Hi-Lo titles, and is continually growing.
HOW TO LOG IN:
1. Go to https://www.myon.com/school/hoosier/
2. Enter the School Name: Hoosier Family of Readers
3. Enter the username read and the password read
4. Click the green Sign In button
For more information visit http://www.doe.in.gov/hoosierreaders/myon-books
World Book Online-
The Huntingburg Public Library's World Book subscription has recently become more user friendly for both students and teachers. As of last week, the subscription is now open to anyone with the universal user name/password and a library card number is NO LONGER required.
For access to World Book Online and the Huntingburg Public Library subscription, type www.worldbookonline.com in a browser or access from your preferred method. At home, type in the above and enter:
USER NAME: huntingburg