Today’s the day! We are kicking off a new year with Ancestry Club! Come join us every Monday in the Media Center from 3:30 to 5:00 to learn about your own family’s history! Mr. Bembury and Miss Axford will share their DNA results! See you there !
We are gearing up for the big event! Your class will have the opportunity to watch the total eclipse during live streaming…or go outside to watch it yourself with our solar eclipse glasses! See Mr. Hefflinger or Miss Axford for details!
Herman Melville was an American author most well-known for his novel, Moby Dick. He was born on August 1, 1819 in New York, New York. He died at the age of 72 on September 28, 1891. He created one of the best-known opening lines of literature, “Call me Ishmael.”
Welcome back to all of our students, faculty, and staff! We are looking forward to a great year serving all of your needs in the Media Center this year! Don’t be a stranger! Come by and say hi!
The Book Haters’ Summer Book Club on Tuesdays at 4:00 at the Gritters Library Branch! This club is for high school lovers and (especially) haters of all things books and reading! Also, it counts as your SHS Summer Reading for 9th and 10th Graders, and as extra-credit for all other lit. classes, honors, and lit. […]
It’s that time of year again! No school! Sleep in! and….Summer Reading!!! Here is valuable information for you as you move on to the next grade! The purpose of summer reading is to sustain the powers of the imagination and to explore worlds of characters, settings, plots, and ideas we can only visit through literature. […]
Overview: The Media Center will be showcasing multiple cutting edge technology tools to our students and teachers providing the opportunity to explore digital devices. Objectives: Objectives – Students and teachers will learn how use these tools to enhance teaching and learning in the classroom and beyond. Putting emerging technology directly in hands of teachers and students. Allow teachers to learn how digital devices can be used in the digital Collaborateand partner […]
Students will have an initial Drop/Add period March 6th – March 10th through StudentVue. Help will be available all week during all lunches in the English Lab Room 202. Students will receive a revised verification of course and elective requests on April 12th. There will be a FINAL Drop/Add period April 12th-April 19th through StudentVue. […]
Workshop #4 is Tuesday and Wednesday! The big day is Thursday, March 2nd! Keep practicing!
Read Across America Workshop #3 is Wednesday, Feb. 15th and Thursday, Feb. 16th during all lunches and after school on Wednesday! Be prepared to present your plan and your books to the Media Center staff! See Miss Axford with any questions!