October 15, 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




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



Gifted Visual Art Students:  Remember to sign up for you sketching lesson – it will be THIS THURSDAY!  See Mrs. Booth (or email) if you have questions.

AP Students!  October 24th is officially AP Student Night at the home football game!  Any student enrolled in at least one AP class can pick up a FREE ticket outside the cafeteria.  AP Students will also be recognized on the field at half time.  Invite your family & friends to help share your AP & Football Cardinal Pride!

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.

There will be no Boys’ Lacrosse practice today.

All Y Club students attending KYA need to turn in their $230.00 registration to Mr. Burgoon by next 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 will go on sale during lunch for $3.00, starting next week.

DECA students can sign up to volunteer for the Explorium’s Museum Go Round event on October 18th, from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.  You will need to pick up a form and sign up in Mrs. Rucker’s room.

Congratulations to the Girls’ Volleyball team, they defeated Lexington Catholic last night!

Tickets for the Scott County District Choral Festival are on sale now.  Come and see over 700 Singers from our District’s Elementary, Middle and High School Choirs perform on Monday, October 20th, at 7:00 p.m., in the Gymnasium.  Tickets are $5.00 each and can be purchased from Mr. Merritt or Mr. Wright in the Choral Department.

Baseball workouts are on Thursday.   

SCHS girls’ basketball tryouts will be today after school.  Anyone interested in trying out must have an updated sports physical.

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

EAT Club members:   plan to stop by room 522 this Wednesday at 3:45 if interested in running for a leadership position.  This will only be a 3 question interview.  Every one bring your organic fruit or one not on the Dirty Dozen list, see your app.  Friday is fruit EAT club!

We will begin checking for Parking tags this week.  So if you still need to get a parking tag please see Mrs. True in room 103, 1st – 3rd, and 5th – 7th hours, this week Monday – Friday.

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.

Senior photos are due October 31st.  Students must submit an actual print of the photo, either wallet or 4x6 in size, and it must be a vertical shot.

Baseball players:  please plan for a Tuesday/Thursday schedule each week and any changes to this schedule will be communicated by the coaches.

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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