Shelbyville High School Newsletter

September 14, 2020

FREE LUNCH FOR ALL SHS STUDENTS FOR THE REST OF THE SEMESTER!!!!!!!!!!!!

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HOMECOMING FOOTBALL GAME

Come out and support the Golden Bears during the homecoming football game against Greenfield Central on Friday night, September 18th. Tickets are sold at the gate and are $5.00.

The parade and other homecoming festivities have been cancelled due to Covid 19 guidelines.

Homecoming Spirit Week!!

The class that has the most students participate at the end of the week will win a prize at the football game on Friday, September 18th!



Monday: College Theme. Wear your favorite college team apparel.

Tuesday: USA.... enough said

Wednesday: Class Color Day

~Seniors wear black

~Juniors wear blue

~Sophomores wear red

~Freshman wear green

Thursday: Tie Dye

Friday: Golden Bear Wear!

Football Drop Tickets Available for Sale

The Golden Bear Athletic Boosters are selling tickets for the Football Drop.

$20 for your chance to win $2,000!!!

You can buy a ticket at the concession stand at the Varsity Football game on September 11th and also the night of the Drop, Friday, September 18th.The Golden Bear Boosters greatly appreciate your support. Membership forms are available at the concession stand and also in the SHS office.


COVID-19 Reminder

Any student or family that questions whether they should come to school because of a potential positive COVID test of a close contact should contact SHS prior to coming to school. Please be aware of your symptoms and be responsible.

Bus Riders

Students must have a mask on the face prior to getting on the bus. Students that chronically don't have a mask or attempt to take their mask off will lose their bus riding privilege.

Senior Bonfire

All Seniors are invited to a bonfire on Wednesday, September 16th at 7 PM behind the baseball field. Bring a chair, cornhole boards, etc.
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Senior Parking Spaces

If you purchased a parking spot, you may come to the school to paint them on the following dates:

Wednesday 16th from 3 pm - 7 pm

Friday 18th from 3:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Saturday 19th from 9 am - 12 pm


Remember, no spray paint, reflective paint, fluorescent paint, no glitter and no clear coat.

Start your design 4 inches away from the white lines and don't forget to paint your number on the bottom center of the parking spot.

MAKE SURE TO CLEAN UP AFTER YOURSELVES, NO TRASH IS TO BE LEFT IN THE LOT!

October 26th--ELEARNING DAY

Shelbyville Central will be on an eLearning Day on Monday, October 26th. SCS staff members will be participating in professional development on this day. More information will be provided closer to this date.

Tutoring Available

Free help with Math & Science is available through Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology on Sundays-Thursdays from 7-10 p.m. (EST).


Call 1-877-ASK-ROSE or go online at www.AskRose.org to get help from current college students.

Free tutoring in English, math, science, and social studies for students in military families. Sign up at www.tutor.com/military.


Video explanations of math, science, economics, history, and SAT Prep available at

www.khanacademy.org/, www.hippocampus.org, & www.bozemanscience.com


SHS National Honor Society students offer free tutoring as well. See your counselor for details.

Mum Fundraiser Pick Up Information

Mum pick up will be at the Knights of Columbus on Wednesday the 16th from 4 pm - 6 pm.

Bundle Up Program

SHS will be collecting new, gently used or outgrown hats, coats and gloves during the month of September. Collection box is in the rotunda right outside of the office doors.

Aviation Open House

An Aviation Open House will be at the armory Saturday September 12th from 10am to 3pm. It is an amazing career exploration opportunity for students. There will be a flight simulator, live helicopter demonstrations and many many other things.


Shelbyville Armory

3556 N. Michigan Rd.

Shelbyville, IN 46176.

Course Fees

Course fees are posted,. Please check your Power School account. You can pay by card through Power School, or by check, cash or money order by coming to the office.


If you have passed due fees, you are able to go online and pay those at this time as well. If you need to make payment arrangements, please contact Lori Creech at 317-398-9731 ext. 2003.

2020-2021 YEARBOOKS

Yearbooks are on sale for $40 until September 18th . If you would like to purchase one, please

order online at Jostens.com or pick up an order form from the office.

Free and Reduced Lunch Application

REMINDER: Free and Reduced Lunch Applications need to be filled out and submitted for approval every school year. If you have not done so for this year, please take the time to do that now. This is for free or reduced lunches and textbooks.


https://scs.shelbycs.org/apps/pages/freereduced

Counseling Information

MIDTERMS

It might be hard to believe, but we are already half way through the first quarter of the 2020-2021 school year.

Student mid-term grades are updated and ready to view in PowerSchool. Please contact the teacher if you have any questions regarding your student's grades. Teacher contact information is located on our website. Encourage your student to complete assignments and get extra help from teachers, if necessary. A list of student tutors is also available in the Counseling Office. If you have questions or problems accessing PowerSchool, please call the school office at 317-398-9731.

ADVANTAGE SHELBY COUNTY SCHOLARSHIP

The Advantage Shelby County application is now live for current seniors (December 2020 and May 2021 graduates). Seniors must complete both the Advantage application as well as the regular Ivy Tech application to be eligible. We encourage all seniors to complete these applications regardless of postsecondary plans at this point in order to maintain eligibility for this scholarship in case plans change in the spring.


FINANCIAL AID PRESENTATION

Shelbyville High School hosts INvestEd for a virtual discussion about college financial aid Tuesday, 9/22/2020, at 6pm. INvestEd will explain ways to maximize free money, the importance of the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), and comparing the cost of college.

Click on the link below and you’ll be directed to the INvestEd Zoom Event Registration page. After you fill out the short registration form, you’ll be automatically approved and provided the specific Zoom link for the evening’s presentation.

Registration Link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEqdemvqzsoGtwCHXEmtv5eeLj78TLDlEgN


Sallie Mae’s free Paying for College Resource is another great tool for students and families as they navigate planning and paying for college.


COLLEGE GO! WEEK

If you're planning to submit a college application, then put College GO! Week on your calendar. During the week of September 21-25 many Indiana colleges will offer FREE college applications. For a list of participating colleges, go to the following link, then scroll to the middle of the page where you see the box "Show Table." https://learnmoreindiana.org/college/applying-to-schools/

Can't get on campus to visit your college of choice? Visit an Indiana college virtually. Click on the link below, then click on the "Show Table" link and find your school. https://learnmoreindiana.org/college/choosing-a-college/#choose-right-college


Free Student Panel College Fair

College Vine https://www.collegevine.com/ is hosting a FREE Student Panel College Fair which showcases student perspectives from over 100 colleges.

Students, parents, and counselors are invited to attend the Student Panel College Fair, an online event featuring live Q&As with current college students from over 100 universities, including Harvard, UCLA, Penn State, CU Boulder, USC, Minnesota, Stanford, Baylor, University of Michigan, Howard, Miami University, and many more.

· What: Student Panel College Fair, a week-long online event featuring 100+ live Q&A events with current college students

· When: September 21st-26th; recordings sent after to registrants

· Where: online at cv.watch/fair2020

· Who: High school juniors and seniors, parents, and counselors

· Cost: Free

Spots are limited so register now to save your seat!

Students can see the full list of colleges and register here.

Meetings with Counselors

The counselors were in the senior English classes on August 21st to go over the college application process, to register students for e-transcripts, and to inform students of the Advantage Shelby County scholarship program and the planning resources available on the SHS Counseling website. Seniors will be called down during September and October to discuss their plans for the future. Discuss this with your child and make sure he/she is prepared with any questions you all may have.

Junior/Senior Checklist

A postsecondary planning checklist was emailed to all juniors and seniors to help them get started on their plans after graduation. It's a handy, monthly guide to the steps students should be taking to transition out of high school.

College Applications

Labor Day weekend is a great time for seniors to complete a college application. After applying to a college of their choice online, seniors should request their transcripts be sent electronically through their Naviance account. Counselors will process the request and complete the school secondary report online. Students will receive email notification when those tasks have been completed. We encourage seniors to complete their college applications prior to fall break.

Check out this website for the colleges and universities which are waiving their application fee during the month of September, College GO! Week (September 21-25), or on application day (September 25). Students who qualify for the free or reduced lunch program, are 21st Century Scholars, or are foster children can see their counselor for a college application fee waiver

PARENTAL ACCESS TO INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL AND SURVEYS

SHS ATHLETICS

Tennis (Boys V) @ Greenfield Central

Monday, Sep. 14th, 5:30pm

810 North Broadway Street

Greenfield, IN

Football (Boys JV) @ New Castle

Monday, Sep. 14th, 6pm

801 Parkview Drive

New Castle, IN

Golf (Girls V) vs Franklin

Tuesday, Sep. 15th, 4:30pm

2660 North Riley Highway

Shelbyville, IN

Soccer (Boys JV/V) vs Mt. Vernon

Tuesday, Sep. 15th, 5:30pm

2003 South Miller Street

Shelbyville, IN

Soccer (Girls V/JV) @ Connersville

Tuesday, Sep. 15th, 5:30pm

1100 Spartan Drive

Connersville, IN

Volleyball (Girls JV/V) vs Greensburg

Tuesday, Sep. 15th, 5:30pm

1000 East Central Avenue

Greensburg, IN

Golf (Girls V) vs Greenfield Central

Thursday, Sep. 17th, 4:30pm

810 North Broadway Street

Greenfield, IN

Tennis (Boys V) vs Indian Creek

Thursday, Sep. 17th, 5pm

2003 South Miller Street

Shelbyville, IN

Soccer (Boys JV/V) @ New Castle

Thursday, Sep. 17th, 5:30pm

801 Parkview Drive

New Castle, IN

Soccer (Girls V) vs Greensburg

Thursday, Sep. 17th, 5:30pm

2003 South Miller Street

Shelbyville, IN

Volleyball (Girls JV/V) vs Greenfield Central

Thursday, Sep. 17th, 6pm

2003 South Miller Street

Shelbyville, IN

Homecoming Football (Boys V) vs Greenfield Central

Friday, Sep. 18th, 7pm

2003 South Miller Street

Shelbyville, IN

Cross Country (Co-Ed V) @ FlashRock Invitational

Saturday, Sep. 19th, 9am

12900 Hazel Dell Parkway

Carmel, IN

Tennis (Boys V) @ Whiteland Invitational

Saturday, Sep. 19th, 9am

300 East Main Street

Whiteland, IN

Soccer (Girls JV/V) vs Whiteland

Saturday, Sep. 19th, 10am

2003 South Miller Street

Shelbyville, IN

Volleyball (Girls V) vs Yorktown

Saturday, Sep. 19th, 12:30pm

2003 South Miller Street

Shelbyville, IN

Gleaners Food Pantry Dates and Hours

The Food Pantry will be open from 3:15 - 4 at Gate D4 on the following dates:

September 2 and 23

October 7 and 28

November 4 and 18

December 2 and 16

January 6 and 20

February 3 and 17

March 3 and 17

April 7 and 21

May 5 and 19

SHS School Hours

Shelbyville Central Schools 2020-2021 Calendar

2020-2021 Athletic Start Dates and Forms

Booster Club Membership Form

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COVID Reminders

  • Students MUST wear face coverings on the bus and at SHS.
  • Students will be given 2 masks to wear or keep in case they forget their mask.
  • Desks will be wiped down at the end of each class.
  • Students should wash their hands often throughout the day.
  • There will be 6 lunches instead of the standard 3 lunches.
  • Lunches 1, 3, 5 will be in the cafeteria.
  • Lunches 2, 4, 6 will be in and around Garrett Gymnasium.
  • Students must practice social distancing guidelines.
  • Students can't loiter in the hallways at this time.

Face mask Guideline Changes

Face mask guidelines have now changed for different types of face covering that are acceptable

or unacceptable to wear. At this time, neck gaiters made of fleece, polyester or one-layer nylon

will not be permitted due to the lack of protection they offer when a person speaks, sneezes or

coughs. Bandanas of any material are not permitted.

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.

Chartwells Food Service is Hiring

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