Titan E-News

Collins High School

September 1, 2015

NO SCHOOL:

Just a reminder that we will be out of school on Sept. 7th, 2015 for Labor Day!

ODYSSEY OF THE MIND:

It’s about that time of the year to get your brain back in gear. Next Wednesday, September 9, 2015, there will be a meeting for those students interested in being a part of Odyssey of the Mind teams here at Collins High School. This meeting is for all Collins’ students that were a part of the Odyssey of the Mind teams last year as well as those wishing to become a part of the 2015-2016 teams. We will have a brief, very brief, discussion about last year and what we want and need to do this year. Plan on being here for no longer than 30 minutes. I hope I will see all of your creative faces next Wednesday, September 9 at 3:30 – 4:00pm in Mr. Barriger’s Art Room #131

Thanks,

Mr. B

Collins Odyssey of the Mind

Head Coach

LIFT Parent Meeting:

Leaders Invested with Families for Tomorrow

6:30 PM

September 15th, 2015


Stratton Center

215 Washington Street

Shelbyville, KY 40065


  • Guest Speaker

  • College/Career Information

  • Minority Scholarship Opportunities

  • Question and Answer Session

    *Light meal will be served

    Questions: Please call Ms. Jones at 647-1160.

    Parent Academy Series

    Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.

    -Malcolm X

Collins High School College and Career Fair:

The annual College and Career Fair will be on Sept. 17th at Collins High School starting at 6:00pm and concluding at 8:00pm. This event is open to all Martha Layne Collins High School and Shelby County High School students' grades 8-12! There will be representatives from across our state and surrounding states who will provide our students with the most up-to-date information about their school, programs, military branch and much more. This event is a great opportunity for all students. Be sure to wear your Titan gear!

Lunch in the Library:

The first Lunch in the Library of the year will be on Tuesday, September 15th. A consultant from Kentucky Fish and Wildlife will be here to talk about the animals and plants of Kentucky. The first 10 students that sign up will get free pizza and soft drinks. Visit the library to sign up!

Student Board Represenative:

Attention all Juniors and Seniors, if you are interested in running for student board rep. please see Mrs. Duncan in the main office.

Senior Pictures Order:

Seniors all picture orders are due to the main office by Friday.

Agenda Books for 8th Graders:

The Agenda Books are in and will be given to your 8th grader soon. Please talk with your 8th grade student over the long weekend about getting organized and writing things down in their agenda books.

Progress Reports:

Progress Reports will be coming out on Sept. 11. If you have questions about your students grade please check Parent Portal. If you are having trouble with your username or password, please contact Mrs. Wilson at 647-1160.

Carroll Co. Bus Crash Documentary:

Carroll Co. Bus Crash Documentary

*** Please note we want to make sure families know about this event, however, it is NOT recommended for children 13 and under…

Shelby Prevention will be showing a documentary of the Carroll County Bus Crash at Shelby Christian on September 3rd! We will also be having one of the victim survivors, Quinton Higgins, coming to speak. Doors open at 5:15 and the movie will begin approx. 6:00. We will have snacks before. This is going to be such a great event for our community!

If you are not familiar with the Carroll County Bus Crash, it is identified as the worst drunk-driving related accident in U.S. history. There were 27 killed (mostly children) and 35 injured. This crash happened less than a hour away from Shelby County. This is one of the best documentaries that I've ever seen.

Please contact Kelly McNew Director, Shelby Prevention

if you have any questions. 502-437-0491

kellymcnew.shelbyprevention@gmail.com

Family Resource and Youth Services Center:

Leesa Stivers, Coordinator

Kendra Hayes, Clerk