May 20, 2015


We will be needing DESERTS for SENIOR FIELD DAY on Wednesday June 3rd. Desserts need to be brought in to the front office, June 3rd,  by 9:30am. Any questions call 863-4131 or email   or


SENIOR PARENTS:  PROJECT GRAD is in need of drinks for Project Grad night. Water, soda, etc.....Bring drinks in to the front office anytime before Thursday June 5th.  Let the front office know what the donation is for please!!


GRADUATION WILL BE JUNE 6th @ 11:00 AM AT THE FRANKFORT CIVIC CENTER.  Doors will open @ 9.30am.  If you need wheelchair seating, a form can be picked up in the SCHS office.

Scott County Project Graduation Presents the Annual

Cow Pie Bingo

All proceeds support SC Project Graduation

Experience the “Sweet Smell of Success”


What: A cow pie is the winning factor in our annual Project Graduation fundraiser. Purchase one or more tickets for $10 each to reserve your square and cheer on the cow that determines the winner by making the first “deposit” on one of the squares.

When/Where: The fundraiser will take place at 1:00 PM on Saturday, May 23rd at the Horse Show Ring at Brooking Park. You are not expected to be at the event to win. You will be notified by telephone if you win.

Tickets/Winner: Tickets are $10 each and the winner will receive a cash prize based on the number of total tickets sold prior to the event!

- If less than $2,000 worth of tickets are sold, prize will be $250

- If between $2,000 and $8,000 worth of tickets are sold, prize will be 50% of the total pot

Buying a Ticket: Tickets can be bought at SCHS in the front office OR email – Cash or checks, payable to SC Project Grad.


***Project Grad needs HELP with fundraising, food/catering, decorations, games, restoration, registration, security and more!!!!! We need you as parents to step up and be a part of this wonderful event!  If you are able and interested, please contact Lucas Gravitt at

Next meeting May 26th @ 5:30 in HS Library.



  • Georgetown College will host a parent and student “Information Night” for students that signed up to take the Georgetown College dual credit courses next school year.  This will be held on Thursday, May 21st, from 5:00-6:00, in the SCHS Chorus Room.  Georgetown College will provide information on the courses, the application process, payment, and general information.  Please plan to attend.


  • The Varsity Baseball team ended their season last night in district play with a hard fought, tough loss to Sayre, 5-4.     It was a disappointing ending to good season and careers of six (6) Seniors who have supplied a lot to the Baseball program over the last few years.    
  • Reminder that today at 5:00 p.m. is the Induction Ceremony for NHS in the lower auditorium.  Also the $15.00 Dues are due to Mr. Green by Friday, May 22nd.
  • The Varsity Baseball team ended their season last night in district play with a hard fought, tough loss to Sayre, 5-4.     It was a disappointing ending to good season and careers of six (6) Seniors who have supplied a lot to the Baseball program over the last few years.    
  • I want to congratulate these Seniors on their great careers and wish them luck for their future endeavors which include playing college baseball for most of the group.    They are fine young men and will be successful at whatever road they take in their future. 
  •  The seniors are:
  •  Bo Saunders
  • Matt Malesick
  • Harrison Hoskins
  • Brandon Lawlor
  • Will Pitts
  • Hogan Jones

  Are you a “Tech-preneur”? Are you interested in both STEM-related innovation (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) AND entrepreneurship? Join us for our first Tech-preneur track at the 2015 Youth Science Summit! Have you ever dreamed of starting your own company like Facebook, Apple, or Tesla Motors? Or wondered how great technology ideas go from the “lab” to our everyday lives? Are you ready to add “entrepreneur” to your toolkit of STEM skills? When: Saturday, June 27th, 2015 Time: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Where: Lexmark International, Lexington Campus 740 W. New Circle Road, Lexington, KY 40511 Cost: $25.00 Register at: The Tech-preneur track, exclusive to high school students (2015-2016 school year), brings together experts in STEM-related fields and business leaders from various regional businesses and organizations to guide you through an exciting day of innovating solutions to solve a “real-world” problem, preparing a business plan and presenting a “pitch” for potential investors.  For more information, visit


Auditions for the next year’s Scott County Choirs are currently taking place.  See Mr. Merritt this week in the Choral room for more information.


  • Congratulations to Darian Shepherd and Bobbi Bennett for making the EKU cheerleading team. We are very proud that all of the senior SCHS cheerleaders will be cheering at Division 1 colleges next year! GO CARDS


  • Auditions for the annual TALENT SHOW are currently taking place.  These auditions are open to any SCHS students!  We are looking for musical acts, skits, dancers, comedy, etc.  Please see Mr. Merritt in the choral room to sign up for an audition time and for more information.


  • There will be a Scott County High School Boys Soccer summer/ Booster meeting on Thursday, May 28th, at 6 pm in the  9th Grade Cafeteria for all returning players and players (current 7th grade and higher) interested in trying out for the upcoming 2015 season.  Please contact Coach Dummer with questions,


  • All Seniors with B-team, DECA, All Sports, Clubs and more, send pictures for the Senior Video being played at Project Graduation.  Send to or text Tyler Moeller at 804-517-9641.


  • Seniors, if any of you have had perfect attendance so far this year, please see Ms. Williams. Also, if you had perfect attendance through high school for either 3 or 4 years, let her know that as well.


  • Attention Seniors: If you have not ordered your cap and gown for Graduation, time is running out!!  You can place your order online @ Or see Mrs. Wickline in room 284. IT IS NOT GUARANTEED THAT YOUR STUDENT WILL RECEIVE CAP & GOWN IN TIME FOR GRADUATION

*******You will need to choose the 46.00 package for cap and gown only.


Senior Awards Night-Thursday May 21 from 6 p.m.-8 p.m.

Save the Date!!!!\

SCHS Auditorium

*Students who would like to be recognized for any awards/scholarships they are receiving from a college, please let Mrs. Rogers in the Guidance Office know!!! Students please remember to check the list on the Front Office window for your name, to attend “Senior Awards Night”, on May 21, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.


  • Hospice of the Bluegrass and Central Kentucky Riding for HOPE are joining together for Healing Hooves: a 3-day event July 15, 16 and 18. This program will incorporate the use of horses to help facilitate the grieving process for Kentucky children and teenagers ages 6 to 17 years old who have experienced the death of a loved one.  A screening and application process is required prior to participation.  Application deadline is July 13, 2015.

         Registration fee is $3-/ per child or .35 for a family.

         Scholarships are available. Space is limited.  For more information call               (800)-876-6005 or email


The University Of Kentucky College Of Engineering would like to share a great event opportunity.  This summer they will be offering a series of fun and educational workshops covering a variety of engineering topics.  The program is targeted toward young women (rising sophomore – senior) who want to gain exposure to engineering through hands-on activities/projects in a collegiate environment.  There are six different workshops available and students can learn more about each one and register for a variety  of dates via our website:  Students will attend workshops on UK’s campus throughout June and July working in engineering labs and learning from engineering faculty and graduate students so this is also a great opportunity for them to get a feel for UK!   


For a complete listing of Guidance information and scholarships, please visit our webpage at





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