Southridge High School Newsletter

February 2017

Students of the Month

January

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Anna Kappner, Science, Grade 9

Tim Ash, English, Grade 9

February

The BIG 5-0!!

Students who have PERFECT ATTENDANCE, including NO TARDIES, for 50 days from Feb. 22nd-May 15 will be treated to a reward of Windmill Chill ice cream, and a movie or gym time on May 16th. We will also have a drawing for three Visa cards of $25, $25, and $50.

SHS Spring Musical

2017 Cast List

Jesus……….............................................Kru Allen

John the Baptist/Judas.............Jonathan Breckler

Lamar............................................Jonnel Miranda

Jeffrey..........................................Garrett Altmeyer

Herb....................................................Kyle Meunier

Sonia...................................................Amelia Meyer

Peggy.............................................Kimberly Martin

Joanne..................................................Loren Abell

Robin...............................................Bethany Brooks

Gilmer.....................................................Rosa Nunez

Godspell Lead Trio..................Louisa Nino, Brianna Stassel, and Paige Kendall


Chorus: Skylyn Dicken, Maria Nichols, Logan Brown, Audra Hochgesang, Gavin Deno, Cynthia Robertson, Christian Geesaman, Jazlyn Johnson, Katie Bayer, Brianna Bonifer, Evie Sherer, Camden Cooper, LeAndra Pund, Megan Stutsman, Reagan Peters, Audrey Stutsman, Tristan Boerner, Rhetta Sternberg, Shelby Wylucki, Catie Fleming, Marco Rocha, Camille Fleming, Emma Kinker, Tabitha Reed, Alfredo Ferruzquia

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Automotive Class

The automotive students competed in the Skills/USA Regional contest at Vincenness University on Saturday February 11, 2017. Dylan Greulich took 2nd in Automotive Service, Levi Hoffman took 2nd in Diesel Equipment, Reece Newland took first in Power Equipment, and Scott Betz took 5th in Power Equipment. These four individuals now move on to the State Finals at Indianapolis on April 21 & 22. Between the 4 students they received over $12,000 in scholarships.


students in picture from left to right are Reece Newland, Joseph Huff,Jacob Weisman, Scott Betz, Yates Ingle, Colten Hasenour, Dylan Goepferich, Garrett Barnett, Dylan Greulich.



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Student Services -Guidance Counseling

SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)

The SHS SADD chapter challenged the Loogootee SADD chapter to a shootout. The Loogootee SADD chapter accepted the challenge and the shootout took place on Saturday night, February 18th during the half time of the varsity game. Eight students from each chapter lined and attempted to make as many free throw as possible. It was a back and forth point total but once the SHS chapter warmed up, they were on a roll and won the competition. The SADD chapters were delighted when each of their respective mayors agreed to participate. Team members that shot for SHS were: Seniors Energetic Isaac Englert and Bouncing Brayden Wibbeler, Juniors Amazing Morgan Stapleton and Lucky Louisa Nino, Sophomores Jumpin’ Jacob Hurt and Pumped Up Leandra Pund, and freshman Shootin’ Sam Schroeder and Ballin’ Brad Springer. Rebounding for the SADD team was Kendyl Mc Keough and Jack Michel.

Plans for March include a get together during lunch.


Freshman Mentors

The Freshman Mentors spent the month of February discussing the consequences of Alcohol use with the freshman. The Alcohol Bingo game discussed the facts of alcohol while the fatal vision goggle experience illustrated the level of impairment on the body’s vision and eye-hand coordination after consuming alcohol. Next up for the freshman homerooms is competition with trivia and dodgeball.

Class of 2018

Just a reminder to the juniors that there are two more SAT dates (May 6th and June 3rd) and two more ACT dates (April 6th and June 10th) remaining this school year. Juniors who plan to attend a four year college must take one of these tests. Admission to the college of your choice will not be considered until an SAT or ACT test result is sent to the college of your choice.

Juniors will begin submitting their applications to college once they return to school in August. Acceptance in to college is based on the rigor of the courses, gpa, class rank, standardized test score, (SAT or ACT) and involvement in extracurricular activities.

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Fowler.


Girls State/Boys State

Juniors who are interested in attending either Girls or Boys State should see Mrs. Fowler by Friday, March 3. The American Legion in Holland is willing to pay for the cost of the week long experience.

The objectives of the camp are to develop leadership, promote interest in government, understand American tradition, and encourage community support.

Wrestling -A Great Season!!

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Walkthrough Pep Rally for State Bound Wrestlers

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SHS Archery Team

There are 70 + students in the high school/middle school that shoot every Tuesday night in the Field House from 6:00 to 8:30. We plan to start shooting against other schools in April.

SHS Yearbooks For Sale

Be sure to order a 2016-17 yearbook. The cost is $45 until March 24th. You may also follow the SHS yearbook @ yearbook.shs on Instrgram.
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Trigonometry Project w/ Ms. Hasenour

Magdelene Flores and Rosa Nnuez
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FFA

Drive Your Tractor to School Day
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Glow in the Dark Family Fun Run

Student Council is helping with the following event:

CLUB NEWS

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Natural Helpers

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. In support, the Natural Helpers hung posters around school with facts and resources regarding dating relationships, they tied orange ribbons on car antennas, and they asked the student body to wear orange on February 14.

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Media Center NEWS

Book Speed Dating

Grade 10 students were invited to the media center for Book Speed Dating on Valentine's Day. It was a fun way to quickly become familiar with several books/genres.
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Makerspaces

Cardboard Creations
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Chess Tournament

Congrats to the tournament winner, Corbin Neher!! Corbin is now undeated and a back to back winner.

Need a book recommendation???

Check out the following website to find a good book for you. Simply type in the title or author's name of a book you've liked and similar books will be recommended.

Homework Hotline

The Homework Hotline is ready to provide free help to students in math and science. Our tutors are trained Rose-Hulman students, available Sunday-Thursday, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. (EST) to take student calls (1-877-Ask-Rose), chats and emails.

Many resources are available at www.AskRose.org

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

PASSWORD: books