SHS Newsbreak

January 27, 2017

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Senior Night for Warriorettes

This week the we honored a great group of seniors on fabulous careers... Paige Barrett, Emilee Davidson & Emma Waskom! We look forward to seeing you play in the sectional.


Information for the Girls' Sectional is located in this newsletter.


Come out to see us honor the boys on Thursday February 2nd for their senior night.

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Custodial Staff Remodels

SHS Custodial Staff has taken on various projects over the years. They installed a laminate floor on the McClain Hall stage to various painting projects in McClain Hall. Head Custodian Polly Higgins started to remodel our Guidance Office area and just recently Mr. Lowry's Office.


The original brick wall is near fifty years old. It has been difficult to keep clean, so a decision was made to try to update the look of the Main building a little at a time. The picture above is of Mrs. Higgins & Mr. Lowry in his office, below features Mrs. Colson & Mrs. Vires in the SHS Guidance Office.

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Looking for Substitutes in the District

Scott County School District 2 will be hosting a substitute orientation at 1:30 on February 1st at the business office board room at Central Office. We are in great need of substitutes.


If you would like to come work in a friendly environment and help our students learn and succeed, please consider this opportunity! Please share this post and spread the word about this event. Thank you!

Mitchell Meagher Prep Hoops Player of the Week

Congrats to SHS Basketball Player Mitchell Meagher! He was named as this weeks prep Hoops Player of the week.


Mitchell, a senior forward had a big week scoring 23 points and 10 rebounds in a win over Clarksville and 24 points in a win over Seymour.


Thanks to all of you who supported Mitchell through your votes!

Warriorette Sectional Information

Tickets will go on sale Tuesday, January 24th at the High School Athletic Department. All session pass is $10 or $6 for single session.


The sectional site for the girls this year is Corydon Central High School. Below are the pairings/times.



G1: North Harrison vs. Silver Creek. Tues Jan 31 7:00 pm
G2: Brownstown Central vs. Scottsburg. Wed Feb 1 6:00 pm
G3: Charlestown vs. Salem. Wed Feb 1 7:30 pm
G4: Corydon Central vs. Winner of G1. Fri Feb 3 6:00 pm
G5: Winner of G2 vs. Winner of G3. Fri Feb 3 7:30 pm

Championship: Winner of G4 vs. Winner of G5. Sat 7:00 pm


Link to the bracket: http://indianagirlsbasketball.homestead.com/files/bracket30.htm

Trivial Pursuit Night Brings Out Competitor in All of Us

The Scott County Partnership is excited to once again host their Annual “Trivial Pursuit Night Fundraiser” on Saturday, February 11, 2017, at the Mid-America Science Park, 821 S. Lake Road South in Scottsburg, Indiana.


The fun and festivities will begin at 6:00 p.m. If you register on or before February 3, 2017, the cost is $150 per team of 8 or $25 per person. Registrations after February 3, 2017 are $175 per team of 8 or $30 per person.


Teams may not have more than 8 members. Spectators are welcome to come and watch for a $5 admission. The event will be geared more toward adults. To register your team or yourself, please call the Partnership at 812-752-6365.


First prize for the trivia competition is $300. Additional prizes will be awarded for best snacks, best table decorations and last place in the trivia competition.


“I love this fundraiser,” says Ace Woodson, Special Events Coordinator for the SCP, “It is a fun night for people to come out and relax, and pit their knowledge of trivia against their friends. It is always a blast.”

Along with the Trivial Pursuit activities, there will also be auction items to bid on throughout the evening and a Cash bar serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.


Individuals are welcome to donate or acquire auction items suitable for an auction for this event. If you have items available for auction or would like to be a corporate sponsor, please call 812-722-7708 and speak with Ace.

Jene Bridgewater, Executive Director of the Scott County Partnership, says this is one of our favorite fundraisers. “It helps support so many great programs.”


Proceeds from this event enable the Scott County Partnership to impact Scott County through the Scott County Clearinghouse, Circles Campaign, Scott County Attendance Review Board, Career Clusters, LifeSkills, Reality Stores, Youth/Education Committee, Family, Health, & Self-Sufficiency Committee, Workforce Development, and other new initiatives that arise within the community.

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