Southridge High School Newsletter

September 2016

2016 Football HOMECOMING

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Photo by Dash Photography


Homecoming Queen's Court

Congratulations to those chosen for the Football Queen's Court 2016! Also, congratulations to the King and Queen -Jordan Echeverria and Lauren Meyer, and to the Prince and Princess-Kru Allen and Emma Kinker!!!


Seniors: Emily Eckert, Emma Kinker, Chloe McNeely, Misty Merter, Lauren Meyer, Kru Allen, Jordan Echeverria, Ross Eckert, Isaac Englert, Braden Harding


Juniors: Kayla Mundy, Morgan Stapleton, McKenzie Young, Kortland Hartke, Grant Maxey, Brody Voegerl


Sophomores: Amanda Brewer, Kathryn Taylor, Patrick Snyder, Logan Seger


Freshmen: Sidney Bartelt, Cole Calvert


Crown Carrier: Riley Blessinger

Ball Carrier: Chase O'Brien

Homecoming Spirit Days and Pep Rally

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Students of the Month

Not Pictured -

Dante Dotterweich

Grade 12

English

Student Services – Counseling Office

College Entrance Exams: Seniors who plan to attend college should take a college entrance exam ASAP. Many seniors took the ACT or SAT as juniors. Some seniors are retaking the exams in hopes of raising their scores or are taking one for the first time. General rule of thumb: the sooner, the better! Mrs. Pulley will meet with any senior who needs help registering. Mrs. Fowler also helps students on Wednesday mornings in the media center.


Are you submitting college applications? Pay attention to college application deadlines. All colleges and universities have their own deadlines, and some have priority deadlines for maximum scholarship consideration. If you need assistance filling out an application, please let Mrs. Pulley know. You can find your college’s deadlines by visiting the admissions page of its website.


College-Bound Seniors: Part of the college admittance process involves your finances. Many students and their families ask, “How can we pay for college?” The first step in answering this question is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Results from the FAFSA show families what kind of financial assistance they can receive from the state and federal government. Financial assistance may come in the form of grants, loans, and work study. Colleges also look at students’ FAFSA results to help determine the types of awards they will give students. The FAFSA application period is from October 1, 2016 through March 10, 2017. Families should go to www.fafsa.gov to start an application.


Tax information is needed to fill out the FAFSA. In the past, families used the previous year’s tax information to complete the FAFSA. Families must now look at tax information from two years prior. For this year’s seniors, they will use tax and income data from 2015.


Southridge High School is hosting its annual financial aid night on Wednesday, November 2, 2016 at 6:30pm. An expert on financial aid will present more detailed information on the financial aid process. A representative from the Dubois County Community Foundation will also talk about their scholarships. Mark your calendars!


Going straight to work after graduation? Check out the Monthly Manufacturing Spotlight to learn about employment opportunities with local companies. Guidance also posts some job openings. See Mrs. Pulley if you need help completing a job application.

College Go! Week

Each year Indiana celebrates “College Go Week.” This year it was the week of September 26-30. To celebrate that week, the SHS homeroom teachers were asked to talk to their students on Monday about the importance of high school preparation for college and what they, the teachers, did to prepare for their college experience. Tuesday was wear your favorite college hat day, Wednesday was wear your favorite sweatshirt day, and Thursday was dress for success day.

The Southridge Band program is busy with MARCHING BAND !

Marching season has arrived! The Marching Raiders have been busy with Summer rehearsals, a band camp at Rose-Hulman in late July and many Saturday rehearsals. We are learning and preparing our Fall competition show titled “Wild Garden in a Formal Setting”. We have performed some of our show at all home football games including the big trip to Lucas Oil Stadium! Our first contest was September 17 at Castle HS. We took 1 st place, Best Percussion, Best Guard, and Best Drum Major in our division! The band will be performing every weekend from September through October. Due to changes in the ISSMA classification system, the band is back in Class D competition. We hope you will see us perform!

Here is our marching band schedule:

OCTOBER 1 5K Fun/Run @ Southridge AM / Evansville Harrison Invitational (PM)

8 ISSMA Open Class Festival @ Jasper

15 ISSMA REGIONAL @ Evansville Central

22 ISSMA SEMI-STATE @ Franklin

29 ISSMA STATE FINALS @ Lucas Oil Stadium INDIANAPOLIS

We look forward to another great marching season as we continue achieving Excellence through performance. SHS BAND #BE EXCELLENT!

Go Band!

Below: 2 pictures from the band's performance at Castle HS Invitational on Sep. 17

1= Jonathan Breckler (grade 11) drummer

2= Sideline Percussion

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Sounds of October 5K

Southridge Band Boosters are hosting our 3rd annual

5K run/walk fundraiser on Saturday, October 1 at 9:00 AM. The cost is $20 pre-register & $25 the day of the event. Each entry will receive a T-shirt & gift. No prizes this year. All proceeds will benefit the SHS Band.

Registration begins at 8:15. Ways to Register: 1) get form at school & return 2) go online to active.com 3) For more info: Sounds of October 5K event on Facebook or contact Craig Taylor - sounds5K@yahoo.com

SHS Choir

Southridge HS Choir will present Raider Revue on October 9th at 4 pm. $10 BBQ Chicken Dinner to follow in the cafeteria.

JAG Career Association Initiation and Installation Ceremony

The JAG Chapter inducted new officers on September 11th, 2016. The officers will be responsible for planning civic, social, community service, and fundraising events throughout the school year.

President- Alyssa Middleton

Vice President- Monica Cruz

Secretary- Chase Stetter

Treasurer- Molly Brunsman

Community Service Chair- Kaitlyn Chandler

Social/Media Chair- Luis Flores

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Junior Class Fundraiser Information

The Junior class has started their fundraising with the community day booklets. These booklets can be used at Carson's in Jasper November 9-12, 2016



Take advantage of:

  • $10 off a regular or sale price item of $10 or more. Valid in-store only.
  • NEW! Save up to 30% off a regular and sale price purchase all day long with a shopping pass.
  • NEW! Save up to 30% off Yellow Dot merchandise!
  • Up to 30% off an online purchase of regular and sale price merchandise. Valid online only.
  • And a huge selection of merchandise and web only offers!

Exclusions apply; see booklet for details.

This valuable coupon booklet can be purchased for just $5 each, good toward a great selection of merchandise at the Bon-Ton family of stores during the special Community Day Sale November 9 - 12, 2016.

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CLUB NEWS

FCA -Fellowship of Christian Athletes

The Raider Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is off and running this year! During the month of September, we had Ryan Kramer as a guest speaker who shared a message of how seeing the big picture in life is important to helping us making daily choices that will help us put the puzzle pieces together in our life. We also gathered for a "See You at the Pole" event on Wednesday, September 28, which is a national day of prayer event where students gather at flagpoles across the globe on this day. Finally, "FCA Strong" t-shirts purchased by the majority of members to wear throughout the school year as a reminder that they are part of something bigger than themselves.

Art Club

Art club repainted the score table for the high school. Giving it a much needed face lift :)
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German Club

German club members will be attending the second annual Rosenvolk Medieval German Festival on Friday, October 14th at the 18th Street Park in Ferdinand. We will learn about medieval German culture through story telling and the Landsknechts (soldiers) camp set up at the event; and it will also provide a sword forge (you may not buy a sword on the fieldtrip), interactive games, jugglers, live music, fire eaters, authentic cuisine, and full-contact jousting!

Cost for the fieldtrip is $10, paid to Frau Fessel by October 3rd along with $5 club dues. Only club members who are in German class or have taken 3 years of German may attend.

If you can not attend the fieldtrip, you and your family can visit on Saturday or Sunday.

On Saturday, October 15th, the village of Grunwald will open to the general public at 10:30am-6:00pm. Then will re-open again at 7:00pm-12:00 midnight for a magical evening an “Under the Stars Masquerade Ball”

On Sunday, October 16th, The village of Grunwald will open to the general public at 11:00am-6:00pm.

Media Center NEWS

Thank you!!

A huge THANK YOU to Mr. Butler and the SHS Band for their recent donation to the media center. Their fundraising efforts earn $1200.00 worth of gift cards to be spent on magazines through Great American. WOW, that's awesome!!!!

Spine Crackers (Book Club)-

Congratulations to our newly elected Spine Cracker officers, Leah Diekhoff-President, Catie Fleming -Vice President, Jessica Patberg-Treasurer, and Mikaela Blume-Secretary. Our first book selection is The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin.

Digitital Citizenship Week -Sept. 12-16

The IDOE recognized digital citizenship week and encouraged schools to talk with our students about the important topic. Students were shown the following video clips during activity period to raise awareness of the importance of being appropriate online. The videos are from CommonSenseMedia.org.


Perspectives on Social Media

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/videos/perspectives-on-social-media


Oversharing: Think Before you Post

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/videos/oversharing-think-before-you-post


Digital Footprint

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/videos/digital-footprint

Read a graphic novel!

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Banned Books Week -Sept. 26-30

The ALA's Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) receives reports from libraries, schools, and the media on attempts to ban books in communities across the country. They compile lists of challenged books in order to inform the public about censorship efforts that affect libraries and schools. See the link for a list of the top ten most challenged books of 2015 http://www.ala.org/bbooks/frequentlychallengedbooks
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Guessing Contest for October

Attention All Students: Stop by the media center anytime during the month of October to enter the guessing contest. It's easy!!! For each book you renew or checkout throughout the month, will earn you a chance to guess how many candy corn are in the jar. At the end of the month, the closest guess wins the candy corn. Happy Reading!!

Makerspace

Lego Mindstorms and Origami
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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