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March 17, 2017

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February Academic & Athletic Students of the Month

Congratulations to the following students who impressed their

teachers in the month of February.

Athletes of the Month: Paige Barrett & Mitchell Meagher

Academic Students of the Month: Freshman Kaitlinne Moldero, Sophomore Patrick Lincoln, Junior Elise Harrison, Senior Sara Edwards

Honorable Mention 9-Jaiden Herald, 9-James Stone, 9- Madison Deich, 9-Elle Fleenor, 9-Sadie Fugate, 9-Lexi Moseley, 9-Kelsi Holbrook, 9-Ally Hall, 10-Hali McGlothlin, 10-Macy Colson, 10-Emma Christoff, 10-Eliza Mount, 10-Lillie Collins, 10-Johnna Burns, 10-Camden Jones, 10-Karli Sipe, 10-Darrell Amburgey, 10-Abby Johanningsmeier, 10-David Thornsberry, 10-Anne Noble, 11- Antonio Valk, 11-Gino Wouters, 11-Lauren Royse, 11-Kayla Ray, 11-Sarah Thomas, 11-Haley Bryant, 11-Miles Rutherford, 11-Kacey Walker, 11-Isaak Mount, 12-Danielle Wells, 12-Isaiah Walker, 12-Travis Sparkman, 12-Mara Colson, 12-Ashton Bowles, 12-Emilee Davidson, 12-Chelsea Mills, 12-Michael Barber, 12-Megan Thomas

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Art Show in April

Scottsburg High School will be hosting its annual Art Show on Tuesday, April 11. The Art Show will take place from 4:30-6:30 p.m at Scottsburg New Tech on the Scottsburg High School campus.

The community is invited to come out and see the art produced by students in Mrs. Susan Jerrell’s photojournalism classes and Mrs. Melissa Lyles’ art classes. A variety of art will on display from 2-D, 3-D art to fiber arts and ceramics as well as photography created by students this semester. Advanced Placement art students will have a personal display of their work as well.

Brewed Awakenings Commercial on a New Item

Lemonade slushie commercial finished

FAFSA Deadline Extended to April 15,2017

Filing the FAFSA

The fastest and easiest way to file the FAFSA is online at To complete the FAFSA, you will need: 1) Your Social Security Number; 2) Your 2015 federal income tax returns, W-2s, and other records of money earned; and 3) An FSA ID to sign electronically. NOTE: Dependent students need this same information for their parent(s). The U.S. Department of Education provides email and live chat assistance for FAFSA filers as well as a helpline at 1-800-4FED-AID.

More FAFSA Help for Hoosiers

Hoosier families can find FAFSA-related help via phone at 1-888-528-4719, email (, Twitter (, Facebook ( or online at

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Archery Results at State

Scottsburg High School’s archery team competed in the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) State Tournament in Indy on Saturday, March 11. The team peaked at the right time and scored a season high 3267 points, which ranked SHS 15 out of the 29 high schools that competed.

Junior Ben LaMaster was the high scorer for SHS with his season best of 284 points out of a possible 300. Ben ranked 7th of the 60 junior boys who competed in the tournament and 31st of the 324 boys that participated in the competition. Senior Elijah Whittaker was SHS’s second best shooter with a 283. Elijah ranked 5th of the 54 senior boys that shot in the State Tournament and 36th out of the 324 boys in the entire tournament. Junior Dawson Bundren has been struggling all season, but scored an impressive 280 last Saturday. Dawson is the 17th best junior boy in the State and ranked 86th of all the boys competing on March 11th.

Freshman Lyndie Foster was the best female warrior archer. Her score of 277 points made her the 4th highest shooter for Scottsburg. Of the 97 9th grade girls that competed, Lyndie ranked 19th, and she ranked 51 out of the 293 girls who shot in the NASP State Tournament. Freshman Madison Deich rounded out the top five by shooting a 276. She ranked 21 of the 97 9th grade girls that competed and ranked 63 of the 293 girls in the state.

Other scores from the tournament are as follows: Ethan Mundt 273, Reanna Vaughn 271, Shane Sartell 270, Joshua Riley 269, Chris Hayes 269, James Hayes 265, Jacob Perkinson 254, Andrew Swisher 250, Emily Sidwell 250, Kevin Hedrick 247, Lucas Freeman 243, James Stone 242, Kady Bryson 241, Brad Riley 238, Tyler Gullett 237, William Bowyer 236, and Connor Schmidt 207.

SHS will travel to Louisville KY in May to compete in the NASP National Tournament.

Career Clusters at SHS

On Thursday, March 16th local business professionals presented career information to students during advisory. Students had the opportunity to learn about twenty-seven post-secondary career options. In addition, students heard about the education and possible training that they can expect to complete as part of their chosen career.

SHS would like to thank the volunteers who participated in career clusters as well as Ace Woodson from the Scott County Partnership for his assistance with recruiting the speakers.

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