June 2, 2015




Anyone who needs a signing interpreter for Graduation please contact Susan Wickline at Scott County High School at 863-4131.


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.


We will be needing DESERTS for SENIOR Field Day TOMORROW. Desserts need to be brought in to the front office TOMORROW   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 any time before Thursday June 5th.  Let the front office know what the donation is for please!!



***Project Grad needs HELP with decorating our SUPERHERO LAIR starting Thursday June 4th after school. We also need help with security the night of the event and cleanup the following day!!!!! 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




Work Based Learning Co-op students need to see Mr. Baney to turn in forms or pick up a form.  Paperwork must be turned in by Thursday this week.

Join the Scott County Public Library in celebrating our summer reading theme, “Every Hero Has A Story!”  Stop by the Library to pick up your summer reading materials!


Pick up your Prom t-shirt in room 151 before or after school!


Volleyball open gyms will be Mondays, and Wednesdays, from 4:00 to 6:00 pm and Thursday 5:00 to7:00 at the high school.  (We only had 1 middle school player)  High school tryouts will be July 15th. If you have any questions please contact Coach Thompson 


Reminder:  Baccalaureate will be Tuesday night, June 2, at 7:00 the high school auditorium.  Seniors, if you are participating, you must sign-up in the Front Office to reserve your seat.  It is crucial you provide your name so a seat can be reserved for you for the ceremony.


  • Seniors, if you were being awarded at the Senior awards program but were not in attendance please pick up your award or honor from Mr. Gravitt in room 102.


  • 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 $30/ per child or $35 for a family. Scholarships are available. Space is limited.  For more information call (800) -    876-6005 or email



  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


  • 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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