April 14, 2017
March Academic & Athletic Students of the Month
Congratulations to the following students who impressed their teachers in the month of March.
Athletes of the Month: Jaylah Mays & Brantley Deaton
Academic Students of the Month: Freshman Sadie Fugate, Sophomore Madelyn Shelton, Junior Dawson Bundren, Senior Megan Thomas
Honorable Mention -9-Abby Colson, 9-Kaitlinne Moldero, 9-Holt Hutchins, 9-Kailey Palmer, 9-Alyssa Thompson, 9-Paige Hall, 9-Kourtney Eldridge, 9-Kelsi Holbrook, 9-Izzy Myszak,
10-Jodie Lewis, 10-Johnna Burns, 10-Jake Siekman, 10-Savannah Fairbrother,
10-Olivia Reul, 10-Ally Thompson, 10-Hailey Mead, 10-Fidelina Diaz. 10-Hannah Dickerson, 11-Eli Boyd, 11-Wesley Goodin, 11-Isaak Mount, 11-Megan Rosemeyer, 11-Miles Rutherford, 12-Ryan Coomer, 12-Kaitlyn Weir , 12-Monte Williams, 12-Collin Baker
World Cultures has Renaissance Faire
The students were each assigned a specific country with the time period from 1400-1800. Students presented information by sharing foods, games and role play. Their goal was to research and teach others about the time period and their country.
All students did a fantastic job and had lots of fun. Faculty, staff and students from other classes came by to sample the fares of each country and enjoy the different cultures.
AP Econ Taking a Different Approach.
What’s more fun than drawing graphs for AP Macroeconomics? Drawing graphs for AP Macroeconomics outside, on a beautiful Spring day, with sidewalk chalk.
Today, Mr. Sims’ AP Macroeconomics classes took advantage of the weather to practice drawing Foreign Exchange graphs (and perhaps burn some senior angst) during third and sixth periods.
The change of scenery seemed to help. More than one student was overheard saying that it all seemed to somehow make more sense today. “It felt like I understood it better,” said Taylor Funk and Katelyn Weir added, “Hey, I got it today!”
Getting outside for a few minutes to enjoy the sunshine and warm temperatures is rarely a bad thing. Kelsey Barrett summed up the feelings of her class. “It was nice to get outside for a while!”
Winter Percussion to perform at World Championships
On Thursday and Friday, April 20th and 21st, the Winter Percussion will travel to Dayton, Ohio to compete in the Winter Guard International Percussion World Championships! This will mark the 4th straight year that Scottsburg has made the trip to Dayton to compete. Competing in the Concert Class division, Scottsburg will compete in class prelims on Thursday, April 20th at 11:05 am at the University of Dayton Arena.
The Band of warriors will be competing against 13 other groups from different parts of the country, with groups coming as far as California! Should the group place in the Top 7, they will advance to Finals Competition held the next evening. Scottsburg last advanced to the finals round in 2014 and look to make a return trip this year.
To help wish the ensemble off to Dayton, there will be a Community Performance on Wednesday, April 19th, at 5:00 pm here at SHS in McClain Hall. In addition to the Winter Percussion performing, all three Winter Guards associated with the Band of Warriors will be performing their winter shows, including our 2017 Undefeated Tri-State Marching Arts Circuit Gold Medalist Middle School Winter Guard. Admission to the Community Performance is free, and there will be a bake sale benefiting the Scottsburg Band Parent Association!
After Prom Tickets Going On Sale
Tickets are $10.00 each. Tickets for guest students from another school must be purchased with that student's photo ID (driver's license or student ID) or a copy of the same by a Scottsburg High School Senior or Junior.
Tickets for The Canterbury Tales on sale
In this adapted version for the stage, The Canterbury Tales tells how a group of pilgrims travel from London to Canterbury to visit the shrine of Saint Thomas Becket. Along the way, the pilgrims have a story-telling contest to see who has the best tale. The original literary classic was written by Geoffrey Chaucer during the Middle Ages.