October 6, 2017
FFA District Kick Off
Does 220 people sound like a large number? Well, if you are a Scottsburg FFA member, chances are you are used to large numbers of people at a single event.
On Wednesday September 27, Scottsburg FFA hosted the annual FFA District Kick-off. Scottsburg FFA was chosen to host this event because two of the Chapter Officer team members were elected to serve on the District XI Officer Team.
The festivities of the night included an official FFA meeting conducted by the District Officers as well as bonding and leadership activities lead by Indiana FFA State Officers.
Not only did the members get to participate in fun and educational events, the advisors that work so hard for the FFA Program were able to take the time to collaborate with other advisors in the District.
FFA District XI would like to thank all the people involved in making this event happen, including the Scottsburg High School administrators, and Indiana FFA State Officers. They would also like to give a huge thanks to the custodians of Scottsburg High School who stayed throughout the event to assist in anything that was needed.
Scottsburg Hosts the First Class 2A Boys Soccer Sectional
The IHSAA recently added a third class to the soccer tournament at the recommendation of Scottsburg High School Principal Ric Manns. Manns’ emailed IHSAA Commissioner Bobby Cox last year informing him he would like to see the two class system broken up into three classes. The motion passed and with the creation of the third class, Scottsburg was awarded host site of the Boys Class 2A Sectional #31 which included Scottsburg, Charlestown, Corydon Central, Madison, North Harrison, Salem, & Silver Creek. This new tournament alignment created a sectional that now resembles other sports that Scottsburg competes in.
In the photo below Athletic Director Jamie Lowry is pictured with officials Victor Petroni, David Lieber, Team Host Jason Jackson, official Bob Snook and Officials Host Jacob Dunn.
2 Hour Early Dismissal October 25th
Teachers are being trained in using data to impact instruction and how to make adjustments in literacy education.
AM Prosser Students will have Prosser on that day. PM Prosser Students will not have Prosser that afternoon.
Cheer Team Competes in the Dragon Dual
On Saturday, September 30, the Scottsburg High School competition cheer team traveled to New Palestine High School and competed in the Dragon Dual. The competition team competed for the second time this season in the Varsity Coed division and improved 14 points from their first competition at Southern Indiana Cheerleading Championships (SICC) on September 16th at Floyd Central High School. The team ended with a zero deduction routine from the judges. Falling just short to champions in the Coed division to Carmel High School. After reviewing scoresheets and getting feedback from UCA staff, the team decided to make some slight adjustments to their routine to make it more UCA/Coed style.
The teams next competition is on October 22nd at Providence High School in the Pioneer Fall Classic. The following weekend on October 28th, is the Indiana Cheerleading Championship Regional Competition they are hoping to place and advance to Indiana State Cheerleading Championship finals on November 4th at New Castle High School.
After the state competition, the team will have another goal for the season to travel to Disney World and compete at the UCA High School Nationals in February. To achieve this goal, the team has to compete November 11 in Lexington, KY and November 19 at Pendleton Heights High School in UCA regional competitions in hopes to get a bid to UCA High School Nationals in Disney World on February 10-11, 2018.The Scottsburg Cheer team has fulfilled NCA style for the past few years so the transition to UCA is a work in progress, but believes will be so worth it in the end.
Warrior Football to participate in the 4A Sectional
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