January, 8 2016
Homingcoming King Crowned
We had a great start to the homecoming weekend last night. The Warrierettes had a crushing win over Clarksville! Before the game Coach Cheatham crowned Levi Elliott as this years homecoming king. Tonight the boys play Madison for the second half of our homecoming weekend and one of the girls from the Warrior Court will be named Queen. Will it be Lindsey Boswell, Emily Howser, Kasen Mount, Ariel Robbins, or Victoria Rone. Come out tonight and support the Warriors and see who is named Queen.
State Record Breaking Night
Last night, during the Warriorettes’ homecoming win over Clarksville High School, guard Taylor Means had a record-breaking night. With the assistance of her fellow teammates, Taylor was able to connect on a total of 10 shots from 3-point range. She hit 8 of those shots in the first half. She tied the school record for the most 3-point baskets made during a game. That record was set in 1991 by Melanie Hughbanks. Nearing the end of the game, it was also confirmed that Taylor had broken the state record for most 3-point baskets in the 1st half of a game. The state record was previously held by four athletes, but now belongs Taylor Means and calls Scottsburg High School home.
$1.00 Night For SCSD2 Athletics is Back Again
Swimming: Wednesday January 13, 6:00 pm at the YMCA
Wrestling: Wednesday January 13, 5:30 pm @ McClain Hall
Girls Basketball: Tuesday January 19, 6:00/7:30 @ Meyer Gym
Boys Basketball: Friday February 26 6:00/7:30 @ Meyer Gym
New Equipment for MASP Labs
The Scottsburg Redevelopment Commission has awarded $176,895 to the partnership between Mid-America Science Park and Scottsburg High School for the purchase of cutting edge Advanced Manufacturing equipment. Currently, Scottsburg High School offers courses in Welding and Advanced Manufacturing at MASPARK in which students are eligible to earn dual college credits through Ivy Tech and industry-recognized certifications through the Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC).
Instructor Kyle Mullins will utilize the dedicated funding to purchase Advanced Manufacturing equipment including: a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Mill, an Industrial Robot, multiple 3D printers, Computer-Aided Manufacturing Software, and a Laser Engraver. The purchased equipment will be used to strengthen our Advanced Manufacturing students’ understanding of the technical knowledge and skills required to be competitive for careers in today’s high-performance manufacturing industry.
SCSD2, Scottsburg High School, and Mr. Mullins are extremely grateful for this generous commitment by the Scottsburg Redevelopment Commission and excited by the impact it will have on our students and the future workforce of the Scottsburg Community. Students in grades 10-12 can positively impact their futures by enrolling in Advanced Manufacturing Courses at MASPARK through Scottsburg High School for the 2016-17’ school year.