January 23, 2023
Activities on January 18th
At the end of the pep rally students learned more about Sources of Strength, then spent the end of the day in their homerooms so they could complete some discussions and SoS activities.
2022-2023 Yearbooks On Sale
There are two ways to order: online (inter-state.com/order with code 73208Y) or via the paper order form that is available in the office.
School Board Recognition Month
We appreciate you all!
Winter Sports Season
The wrestling season has started.
Swimming will begin in mid-February.
Eventlink is the platform that we use to communicate with parents/family members regarding practices and events.
Any questions please call Scottsburg MS and press option 2 for Athletics.
Snack Line during Lunches
Items offered range from $0.50 to $1.50.
Bottled Juice $1.50
Canned Drinks $1.50
Cereal Pouch $1.00
Chips/rice krispies $1.00
Cookies/granola bars $0.75
Fruit rollups $0.50
Fruit Snacks $0.75
Gold fish/animal crackers $0.60
Ice Cream $1.50
Students must have money in their account and must be wearing their badge/lanyard in order to purchase items from the snack line.
Reminders for Walkers
Please be careful when crossing the streets, utilize sidewalks and crosswalks when available, and follow the street crossing signs.
Also, be sure that you are a positive representative of SMS when you are in the community.
Also, as Officer Nicholson reminded you during his classroom visits, be sure that you are aware of your surroundings, including traffic, at all times.
Student Handbook Update
The Scottsburg MS student handbook contains some significant updates for the 2022-2023 school year. The most significant changes took place in the discipline section.
Here are the highlights of three changes that will impact the largest number of students:
Cell phones are still not allowed to be used during the school day here at SMS. Phones are expected to be turned off and stored in lockers. Students who are carrying a cell phone or using a cell phone during the school day are in violation. The consequences for each situation are outlined in the handbook.
Second is illegal substances. This year students who have illegal substances and/or paraphernalia (most common examples are vapes, cigarettes, or alcohol) will be recommended for expulsion on the first offense.
In an attempt to be more aligned with the high school discipline policy, we will be following a progressive discipline approach. This means that when a student commits the same offense multiple times, the discipline will get progressively more serious. Each example is outlined in the doc that is provided by clicking on the picture above or via the link below.
SMS Student Handbook
We encourage you to read the handbook with your child(ren) and to contact us with any questions you may have.
We are looking forward to working with our students and their parents throughout the upcoming school year.
Like many schools, we occasionally experience some supply/distribution delays. We will follow the posted menus when possible, but will have to make adjustments at times.