Shelbyville High School Newsletter

September 13, 2021

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September 11, 2001: The Day That Changed The World

The SHS Library appreciates the 9/11 Memorial & Museum providing the poster exhibition, September 11, 2001: The Day That Changed the World which includes personal stories, archival photographs, and images of artifacts from the Museum’s permanent collection. There are also activities and resources for discussion for families to reflect on how these events have impacted America over the last 20 years.


https://www.911memorial.org/learn/youth-and-families/activities-home

Meet an Indiana Author

Also in library news, Indiana author William Clark will be at Chaperral Cafe, 14 E. Broadway St., in Shelbyville on Saturday, September 11th from 11am to 1pm. He will be promoting his new book, A Walk on the Sunny Side which is a collection of short stories some of which are true and some of which are fictional. There will also be door prizes and free book opportunities!

SHS ALL PRO DAD BREAKFAST


SHS will be hosting our first All Pro Dad breakfast on Friday, September 24th at 7:30 AM in Garrett Gymnasium. Please RSVP at the link provided (https://allprodadchapters.com/chapters/12550). I look forward to seeing you there.

Mr. Baker

Homecoming Spirit Week September 20th - 24th

Theme: Olympic Games

Dress Up Days September 20th - 24th

9/20 Monday - Theme Day (Olympics/Athletic)

9/21 Tuesday - Safari Day

9/22 Wednesday - Class Colors (Fr=White, Soph=Grey/Silver, Jr=Gold, Sr=Black, Staff=Golden Bear Wear)

9/23 Thursday - Dad Joke Day

9/24 Friday - Golden Bear Spirit Day

Homecoming Parade

The Homecoming Parade will be on Wednesday, September 22nd at 6 PM. Line up will begin at 5:30 PM at Hendricks Elementary and will end in the SHS parking lot by the football field.

Homecoming Powder Puff Game

It's that time of the year again Golden Bears, Homecoming is in one month. This means the

Annual Powder Puff game is coming up. Powder Puff football games are flag football games

played between teams of girls from each grade. This year's game will be held on September

22nd after the Homecoming Parade, starting at about 7 PM on the football field. If you are

interested in joining your classes team, please sign up in Mr. Heim’s Room (424). WE NEED MORE FRESHMEN!!!!

Class Shirts which are to be worn during the game can be purchased from the website below

(https://www.itsazshirt.com/SHSPPFB21STAFF/shop/home) or from the QR codes posted

around the school. Shirts cost between $10-$16 depending on size. You must be signed up and

have your shirt purchased no later than September 6th.

Homecoming Football Game

The Homecoming football game will be on Friday, September 24th at 7:30 PM. There will be a tailgate party in the parking lot from 4:00 PM until kickoff.

4th Annual Football Drop

AFTER THE HOMECOMING GAME ON SEPT 24TH, THE BOOSTER CLUB WILL BE HOSTING THE 4TH ANNUAL FOOTBALL DROP FOR A CHANCE TO WIN $2,000. TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED FROM ANY BOOSTER CLUB BOARD MEMBER FOR $20.00. TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR SALE AT HOME FOOTBALL GAMES AND UNTIL HALFTIME OF THE HOMECOMING GAME.

Booster Club Board Members include:

Kristin Parker, Deborah Smalley, Jennifer Demuth-Hensley, Brett Rice, and Leslie Chappelow

A Message from the Counseling Department

Junior/Senior Planning Calendar & Senior Checklist:

A postsecondary planning calendar is located on our website and was emailed to all juniors and seniors to help them through the postsecondary process on a monthly basis. This is a great resource to put on the refrigerator or in a locker! Feel free to contact your student’s counselor if you have additional questions.


College Applications:

Seniors should apply to the college of their choice online and request their transcripts be sent electronically through their Naviance account. Once we have processed their transcript request, students will see that their transcript has been submitted in their Naviance account and in their college application portal. We encourage all seniors to complete their college applications and request their transcripts be processed prior to fall break.


Shelby County College Fair:


The annual Shelby County College Fair will be held on Thursday, September 30, from 6:00-7:30 PM in the Shelbyville High School auxiliary gymnasium. Approximately fifty representatives from four-year colleges, two-year colleges, technical schools, and military branches and academies are expected to attend. The fair is a great opportunity for students and parents to speak to representatives and receive informational materials about various schools and programs. Mark your calendar!

Yearbooks for Sale

2021-2022 Yearbooks will be for sale at https://www.jostens.com/ for $50 until September 9th. If you did not purchase last school year’s yearbook, they will also be available for purchase in the office for $65 cash or a check made out to SHS.

Human Services Drive-Thru Pantry

EVENTS

Golf (Girls V) vs Beech Grove

Monday, Sep. 13th, 5pm

2003 South Miller Street

Shelbyville, IN

Tennis (Boys V) vs Greenfield Central

Monday, Sep. 13th, 5:30pm

2003 South Miller Street

Shelbyville, IN

Golf (Girls V) @ Franklin Community High School

Tuesday, Sep. 14th, 4:30pm

2600 Cumberland Drive

Franklin, IN

Soccer (Boys JV/V) @ Mt. Vernon

Tuesday, Sep. 14th, 5:30pm

8112 North 200 West

Fortville, IN

Soccer (Girls V/JV) vs Connersville

Tuesday, Sep. 14th, 5:30pm

2003 South Miller Street

Shelbyville, IN

Golf (Girls V) @ Greenfield Central

Thursday, Sep. 16th, 4:30pm

810 North Broadway Street

Greenfield, IN

Tennis (Boys V) @ Indian Creek

Thursday, Sep. 16th, 5pm

803 West Indian Creek Drive

Trafalgar, IN

Soccer (Boys JV/V) vs New Castle

Thursday, Sep. 16th, 5:30pm

2003 South Miller Street

Shelbyville, IN

Volleyball (Girls JV/V) @ Greenfield Central

Thursday, Sep. 16th, 6pm

810 North Broadway Street

Greenfield, IN

Football (Boys V) @ Greenfield Central

Friday, Sep. 17th, 7:15pm

810 North Broadway Street

Greenfield, IN

Cross Country (Co-Ed) Flashrock Invitational

Saturday, Sep. 18th, 9am

14535 Hazel Dell Parkway

Carmel, IN

SCHOOL HOURS

Daily Schedule

Elementary: 7:45 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Secondary (SMS and SHS): 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Wednesday Early Release Day:

Elementary: 2:00 p.m.

Secondary (SMS and SHS): 3:00 p.m.

Shelbyville Central Schools 2021-2022 Calendar

Illness During the School Day

Students, if you start feeling ill during the school day, you MUST to go to the clinic for evaluation and STAFF needs to contact your parents. Students may NOT text their parent to come in and pick them up. Please make sure you are following the proper procedures.

Student Quarantine Expectations

Unfortunately, we are still dealing with COVID and student quarantines. We are doing our best to ensure that students aren't falling behind while they are in quarantine. Here is what is expected of students that are in quarantine that aren't too sick to participate:

  • Attend each class period through Google Meets
  • Visit Google Classroom throughout the day to communicate with teachers and complete assignments.
  • Please communicate with your teachers when you have questions.

SHS Lunchroom Sign In Expectation

Students, please make sure that you are signing in to lunch every day by scanning the QR code on your table and that you are practicing social distancing. This is very important for contact tracing purposes.

SHS and SMS Backpack Expectations

Students are not to carry book bags, oversized cinch sacks, large purses or like items from class to class. These items are to remain in the student lockers for security and safety reasons. Purses, small satchels or mini cinch bags no bigger than the size of an iPad will be permitted in class. These items must be kept on the corner of the student's desk, hanging from the desk's chair, or in a teacher-designated location in the classroom.



SMS and SHS students will still be allowed to bring backpacks to school. The expectation will be for students to store their backpacks in their lockers throughout the day.

Attention Bus Riders ~ Mask Mandate

Masks are mandated for all public transportation, which includes SCS busses. Masks must be warn at all times while being transported to and from school. Also, water bottles are no longer allowed on the buses. Thank you for your cooperation!

SHELBYVILLE CENTRAL EDUCATION FOUNDATION



We hope you consider becoming a partner with Shelbyville Central Education Foundation by funding some unique programs for our students’ school. All donations are tax-deductible and will provide our students with the resources to be successful now and in the future. Please visit shelbycs.org and look for the foundation page, there you will find the Golden Opportunities page. On this page you can browse all the projects that are in need of funding. Here is a direct link to that page. https://foundation.shelbycs.org/

Thank you for your continued support.