Southridge High School Newsletter

December 2017

Students of the Month

**AB All-Stars**

Students that receive all As and Bs on their first semester report card will be rewarded with an afternoon of fun at the Teen Outback on Thursday, January 11th. Activities will include FOOD, Games, Contests, and Cash Prizes!!!

Hard Work + Good Grades = Reward!!!

SWDCS Technology Integration & eLearning Day Plan

As George Couros states, “Change is an opportunity to do something amazing.” Since our school has implemented 1:1 devices, our staff and students have taken this opportunity to make meaningful change in our classrooms. As we continue to 2018, will will continue to explore how to utilize technology tools to meet the needs of our students and learning goals. Professional development will focus on promoting student-centered learning, providing opportunities for student creativity, collaboration, communication, and critical thinking. This PD will support our eLearning initiative for the 2018-19 school year, with plans to implement a student eLearning day. In the fall of 2018, SWDCS will have a Student eLearning Day that will provide a day for Staff Professional Development! More information to come.

SHS Technology Teacher of the Month

Congratulations to our technology teacher of the month, Mr. Scott Mundy! Students in Mr. Mundy’s English 9 Honors is currently reading Romeo and Juliet. As an enrichment activity, students used Powtoon to create animated videos! Mr. Mundy said, “The kids loved it!” Awesome job Mr. Mundy! Check out Powtoons HERE!

Build A Basket

Homerooms collect donations from students for the residents of Friendship Villiage. Mrs. Clark's homeroom just put the finishing touches on their basket of goodies.
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Spanish 3 cooking project w/ Ms. Clark

¡VAMOS A COCINAR…y COMER!

After studying Hispanic cooking and recipes this semester, the Spanish 3 students spent an afternoon preparing several authentic dishes from Spain, Latin America and South America. Recipes included guacamole dip, chicken enchiladas, chicken and vegetable quesadillas, and magdalenas. The students had a wonderful time learning how to prepare these recipes as well as eating them! All groups did an amazing job with their chosen recipe!

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Latino Advocacy Workshop

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SHS Wrestling

Congrats to the following wrestlers for going undefeated at the 10-Way Harrison Invitational!! Sam Schroeder is our 145, Brad Springer 152, and Tucker Schank 160
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Choir Christmas Concert

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BPA Regional Results

SHS BPA did an outstanding job at our Regional Conference this past Saturday. We had 37 student representatives competing in 74 competitions; 31 advanced to State with 19 of those advancing in both of their events.


The following students placed in the top 11 and advanced to State.

Fundamental Accounting – Audra Hochgesang, Paige Meyer

Banking & Finance – Kera Jochem 1st, Colin Smith 3rd, Mitchell Carter, Jonathan Breckler

Personal Financial Management – Cheyanne Motteler 3rd, Anna Kappner, Kera Jochem, Owen Roy, Jayce Harter, Mitchell Carter

Fund. Word Processing – Kennedy Siddons 1st, Briley King, Sierra Patberg

Inter. Word Processing – Cade Patton 1st, Patrick Sander 2nd, Amanda Brewer 4th, Anna Kappner, Jude Songer, Macie Marley, Cole Calvert

Adv. Word Processing – Nicole Eckert 2nd, Owen Roy 3rd, Kane Sivori 5th

Integrated Office – Macie Marley 3rd

Basic Office Procedures – Kennedy Siddons 4th, Patrick Sander 5th, Weston Allen

Adv Office Systems and Procedures – Nicole Eckert 2nd, Peyton Nalley, Kane Sivori

Fund. Spreadsheet – Briley King 1st, Kaleb Wibbeler 2nd, Chase Taylor 5th, Cade Patton, Sierra Patberg

Adv. Spreadsheet – Audra Hochgesang 1st, Weston Allen 2nd

Database Applications – Paige Meyer 3rd

Legal Office Procedures – Efrain Zarate 3rd, Logan Seger 4th, Cort Gerber

Medical Office Procedures – Jonathan Brecker 4th

Business Law & Ethics – Tucker Schank

Broadcast News Team – 2nd Colin Smith, Cheyanne Motteler, Louis Nino, Camden Gasser (top 2 teams advance)

Human Resource Development – Louisa Nino 3rd (top 3 advance)

Clubs

FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)


FCA has been spreading holiday cheer during the month of December. We started our month off with an exciting Christmas Party on Monday, December 11th. There was plenty of Christmas cheer in the auditorium, while we listened to holiday music and engaged in a fun-filled competition of a festive Christmas-themed Kahoot. During this time, we also enjoyed cookies and punch. Prizes were given to the winners and many were dressed in their favorite Christmas attire. Prior to our gathering, we paraded into the middle school wearing smiles and Santa hats as we passed out candy canes to the 8th graders to sprinkle a little Christmas spirit. FCA wishes everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We look forward to an exciting start to 2018!

Spine Crackers

Book Club hosted a Book Swap in the media center.
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Kindness Crew

Kindness Crew gather at the DQ after passing out Christmas cards to the residents at the Waters nursing home.
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Media Center News

Thank you!!!!

A big thank you to The Herald Literacy Endowment of the Dubois County Community Foundation for the grant check of 150.00 in support of reading materials for our school library.

A usual lunch time in the media center...busy with activity

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Makerspace

Logan Welp's creation with Knex, including moveable parts.
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Holiday Display

Created by Maddie Buschkoetter
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Rose Hulman Homework Hotline

Homework help is available for all students weekly Mondays-Thursdays from 7pm-10pm at 1-877-ASK-ROSE. For more information, online resources, or to email help visit askrose.org.

World Book Online

The Huntingburg Public Library's World Book subscription has recently become more user friendly for both students and teachers. As of last week, the subscription is now open to anyone with the universal user name/password and a library card number is NO LONGER required.

For access to World Book Online and the Huntingburg Public Library subscription, type www.worldbookonline.com in a browser or access from your preferred method. At home, type in the above and enter:

USER NAME: huntingburg

PASSWORD: books