Shelbyville High School Newsletter
November 18, 2022
Congrats to these Gold Standard students!!
Congratulations Quiz Bowl Team!!
Congratulations to Mr. Kelly Jones, Staff Member of the Month for November!!!!
Congratulations to our November Bears Best for demonstrating the character trait of Responsibility!!
Amanda Wade, Jakayra Owens, Samuel Schoentrup, Grant Roberts, Ricardo Zamora,
Yexalen Dioses, Grant Plue, Bella Matney, Miriam Garringer, Karina Calderon and Miguel Cazarez
Student lunch for November 22nd
Gratitude Get Together in the GBR
Attention all S2S Mentors and Mentees - please join us for a Gratitude Get Together in the GBR
on Tuesday, Nov. 29 from 3:30-4:45 pm. Come for snacks, games, and friendship! Arrange for
transportation home following the party. See you there!
There will be a short call out meeting Wednesday, November 30th right after school in the
cafeteria to gauge interest for boys volleyball this spring. This will be a varsity sport with official
practice starting February 27th. You will need a physical and need to be signed up on Final
Forms to practice. If interested in playing you must attend the call out meeting on November
The High School is participating in the Universal Breakfast Program for the current school year 2022-2023. Breakfast will be available to all students at no charge. Breakfast is served from 8-8:30am in the cafeteria. Breakfast is operated under offer vs serve, which provides students with choices, taking at least 3 items, one of which must be a fruit or vegetable. The school breakfast that we serve follows U.S. Department of Agriculture guidelines for healthy school meals. The program cannot succeed without your support; please encourage your children to participate in school breakfast.
Did you know you can access both breakfast and lunch menus with nutritional and allergen information via Nutrislice which is available online and through smartphones? Download the free Nutrislice App from the App Store (iOS) or Google Play (Android) and search for your menus or find them online at https://shelbycs.nutrislice.com . If you have any questions about the program feel free to contact us at 317-398-9731.
Prom committee would like YOU to design this year's prom tickets. The theme for Prom 2022-23 is "A Night in a Secret Garden". Any media will be accepted and design submissions are DUE to Mrs. Thorpe on Wednesday, November 16, 2022. For more information, talk to the Prom Committee Members or Mrs. Thorpe!
Theme: Night in a Secret Garden
April 22, 2023
6:30 PM to 10:30 PM
Doors open at 6:00 PM
Primo Event Center
2615 National Ave
PROM Candle Fundraiser
Juniors and Seniors
1. Prom Fundraiser Forms are available in the main office or from Mrs. Thorpe
2. ALL money is due to you at the time of ordering, OR you MUST plan on picking it up BEFORE you submit the forms to me.
3. Forms are DUE ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2022 by 4:30 PM to Mrs. Thorpe.
4. Orders will be distributed before we leave for winter break.
5. 10 items = 1 free Prom Ticket (a $40 value)
6. Checks should be made out to SHS Prom Committee
Thank you for your support!!
Important Information from the Counseling Department
Attention Class of 2024:
Attention Sophomores and Juniors:
Do you want to learn more about being a Wabash Man? Pathway to Your Future aims to ensure that all students, regardless of background, graduate with the necessary skills to lead thoughtful conversations and to help build more inclusive communities. Pathway to Your Future is provided specifically for underrepresented minority students to learn about the numerous benefits that come with being a Wabash Man, and to build a connection with guys they will see again when they come to Wabash. If you are an underrepresented minority student, eligible for a federal Pell Grant, and/or first-generation college student, please apply now for this week-long residential program taking place at Wabash College this summer from June 24-June 29, 2023. Travel expenses are covered and the event is free. During the program, students will:
- have the potential to receive an annual scholarship up to $25,000 upon completion of this program in addition to merit scholarships;
- engage superior faculty and staff in student-centered, hands-on learning experiences;
- enjoy first-class athletics and recreational facilities;
- learn from civic and business leaders to develop transferable skills; and
- build life-long connections with high school students from around the country.
HS Class of 2023:
Teacher/Staff Member of the Month
After School Tutoring
SHS will be offering after school tutoring on Wednesdays and Thursdays. After School tutoring will begin on Wednesday, September 7th in the Media Center. Sign up sheets will be readily available in students' homerooms or by downloading the pdf below. Transportation will be provided if students return the sign in sheet by Tuesday, September 6th or 24 hours before attending tutoring sessions.
Where: Media Center
When: Wednesdays from 3:05 to 4:05
Thursdays from 3:35 to 4:35
Location: SHS media Center
Basketball (Girls JV/V) @ Southwestern
Friday, Nov. 18th, 7:30pm
3430 West 600 South
Wrestling (Boys V) @ Cloverdale
Saturday, Nov. 19th, 8am
205 Market Street
Basketball (Girls V) vs Franklin County
Saturday, Nov. 19th, 7:30pm
2003 South Miller Street
Bowling (Co-Ed V/JV) @ Hi-Way Lanes
Monday, Nov. 21st, 4:30pm
400 North Morton Street
Swimming & Diving (Co-Ed V) vs Whiteland
Tuesday, Nov. 22nd, 6pm
2003 South Miller Street
Basketball (Boys JV/V) @ Rushville
Wednesday, Nov. 23rd, 6pm
1201 Lions Path
Basketball (Girls V) @ Pendleton Heights
Saturday, Nov. 26th, 1:30pm
1 Arabian Drive
Basketball (Boys JV/V) vs Triton
Saturday, Nov. 26th, 6pm
2003 South Miller Street
SCHOOL HOURS AND DISTRICT CALENDAR
2022-2023 Lunch Fees
Application for Free/Reduced Lunches and Fees
Over the past two years, lunches were free; however, this school year families will be
expected to pay for student lunches once again. Student lunch prices are outlined below. Breakfast will continue to be free for all students. We encourage all parents and guardians to fill out the free and reduced lunch form to ensure that if you qualify, you will receive lunch and/or textbook/school fee assistance.http://shelbyvillecentral.schoollunchapp.com/
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.
Elementary: 7:45 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Secondary (SMS and SHS): 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Wednesday Early Release Day:
Elementary: 2:00 p.m.
Secondary (SMS and SHS): 3:00 p.m.