October 22, 2014



SCHS Community Service Site:


Information about service projects, donation needs, or fundraising events may be submitted for posting to the activity calendar.  Volunteers may sign up to help with these service events at




Parents can pick up yearbooks for students that graduated last year, from 12:00 to 1:50 p.m.


SCHS parents of seniors. - The ASVAB is the test used to qualify potential armed service members for various career fields. It provides lots of valuable career aptitude insight, even if someone is not considering the military. Please consider this free assessment for your student. The feedback is of the highest quality. Call our front office to register. 502-863-4131.


Project Grad needs HELP with fundraising, food/catering, decorations, games, restoration, registration, security and more!!!!! Many of our parent volunteers have been in charge of most of these categories for 5-8 years (way past their students graduation) have needed to step down from helping due to their age.  So 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




Today is the last day to sign up for the blood drive.  You can sign up today during 4th or 5th hour lunch outside the cafeteria.

Volleyball Hosts the District Tournament tonight starting at 5:30

Scott County takes on Bryan Station

Winner of that game will take on Henry Clay


Boys Lacrosse will practice on the turf on Thursday at 6:00-8:00


Congrats goes out to both our Boys and Girls Soccer teams on a good season

Both teams fell last night in regional play but should be recognized for representing our school so well during the season.


Students that preordered a 2013-2014 yearbook may pick them up outside the cafeteria during lunch blocks Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week.  ECS afternoon students must pick up their books before leaving to go to ECS.  If you cannot get your book during this time, please see Mrs. Murphy in room 287 to make other arrangements.


We will start checking for parking tags over the next several days.  If you have not gotten yours you need to get this taken care of by the end of this week.  You can see Mrs. True in her office room 103 during 2nd 3rd & 5th hour.  Applications & Drug Testing consent forms are on line, you will need both forms plus $10 to get your parking tag.  Teachers and staff if you do not have a parking tag, please see Mrs. True and she will be happy to give you one!


Attention Seniors and Graduating Juniors:  If you were unable to complete the Diploma name checks and Mug Lists, please stop by room 284 (Mrs. Wickline’s room).  The lists are on the door to check.

Boys Lacrosse will practice on Thursday from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. on the turf.

Friday night is Senior night for Football, we host PL Dunbar, go Cards!

Baseball workouts we will resume on Thursday.

Picture retakes can be picked up in the front office.

There will be no more softball open field this year, conditioning will start November 3rd.

There will be a Prom meeting on Wednesday, October 22nd, after school in room 151.

The Fall Blood Drive will be held this Thursday in the Upper auditorium.  If you would like to donate, you must sign-up today during lunch outside the cafeteria.

Mandatory Teen Court trainings will be held at ECS from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. on October 27, and November 10 & 17, with a Swearing in Ceremony on November 24th, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at ECS.

October 24th is officially AP Recognition Night at the home football game. Any student enrolled in an AP class can pick up a free ticket outside the cafeteria at lunch and the group will be honored on the field at half time! Parents & family are encouraged to attend to recognize the hard work and great success of Scott County’s AP students!


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  To support this cause FCCLA will be sponsoring our 3rd annual pinkout game on October 24th.  FCCLA will be taking orders for Pink Out t-shirts during lunch today and tomorrow.  The t-shirts will be $10.00.  Don’t forget on Wednesdays we wear pink.

All Y Club students attending KYA need to turn in their $230.00 registration to Mr. Burgoon by this Wednesday, October 22nd.

Also, Y club will be hosting the Mission Gaga Tournament event next club day, October 24th, during first hour extended.  Gaga ball is a dodgeball variant and was a favorite at ECS field day.  You can choose to be either a player or watch.  Tickets are on sale during lunch for $3.00.

Softball Open field will only be on Mondays until further notice.

Boy’s Fall Lacrosse Stick Skills practices will be Wednesday’s and Friday’s from 4:15 to 6:15 at the Senior League Baseball Field in the County Park.

Late sign-ups for Club Med with Coach McIntyre is still available.  It meets 3rd period in 9th Grade cafeteria.  If interested come by room 286 and see Coach McIntyre.

Every Monday, and Thursday after school from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. in room 173, NHS will be offering tutoring.  This is for ALL subjects here at the high school AND subjects at ECS.  This is also a great opportunity to get a jump start on ACT Prep.  If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Green.






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