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SOUTHRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL

April 18, 2018

Academic Bowl Results:

Congrats to the English Academic Bowl Team! Tatiana Garcia, Evalyn Sherer, and Sasia Walz took home first place at the Academic Bowl Area Competition last night. The Fine Arts and Math teams took 2nd place, followed by the Social Studies team in 4th place. The Science and Interdisciplinary teams are "Trusting the Process"...

Logan Brown, Ceara Baker, Kristin Gingerich, Matt Price, Kylie Schepers and Emily Winstead need to pick up their Post Prom shirts in the book store TODAY!!!

 

Juniors: If you signed up to take Peer Tutoring next year, contact Mrs. Pulley to let her know which department or teacher you wanted to help. Placement in this class depends on teacher/department availability. (4/30)

 

 

Students who need to take summer school classes can now sign up in Guidance.

Dates for Summer School are as follows:

Session 1: June 4th-June 29th

Session 2: July 9th-August 3rd

Students can sign up for summer school from either 8:00-10:00am or 10:00-12:00pm. Visit Guidance with any questions.

 

Know your options after high school.  Purdue Extension is partnering with National Office Furniture to put an event designed to better prepare you for future careers.  This exciting opportunity will take place Thursday, April 26th and Thursday, May 3rd from 6-9 at Southridge High School.  Participants will have the opportunity to participate in sessions about job seeking and different career paths (some involve college and some that do not), how to be employable, conflict resolution, personal branding, as well as practice interviews.  Both nights will provide loads of information that will help youth prepare for their future with both college and careers. You can register by visiting the ling:  http://bit.ly/careersparkclub or by contacting the Purdue Extension Office by phone 812-482-1782 or email (jmonarch@purdue.edu).  Space is limited.  Deadline to register is April 23rd.

 

Next Year's HOSA Students:  There is a Parent Night/Open House that will be hosted at JHS (HOSA room) on April 30th at 6pm for the 2018-19 HOSA and CNA students. It is a requirement that one parent be in attendance for this meeting.  Several important documents will need to be signed on this night.  Also, Marsha Shepherd will be here from Memorial Hospital to discuss HIPAA and our requirement regarding the flu vaccine.  (4/30)

 

Reminder: All college visits must be completed by April 30.  (4/30)

 

Exciting news for Star Wars Fans to Engage in Science! The Purdue Extension invoites youth to join in a day full of science and engineering activities that all relate to Star Wars.  The exiting oppor;tunity will take place Saturday, April 28th from 9-4 p.m. in the Administration Building on Vincennes University Jasper Campus.  Registration will starts at 8:30 a.m.  Participants will have the opportunity to explore different technologies and participate in STEM challenges that all relate to Star Wars.  Any youth in grades 3-12 is welcome to participate.  The cost is $10 to all current 4-H members and $20 to all non 40H members.  The registration fee helps cover the cost of supplies, security fees and lunch.  All participants must register in advance.   You can register by visiting the following link:  http://bit.ly/sciencestarwars or by contacting the Purdue Extension Office by phone (812-482-1782 or e-mail (jmonarch@purdue.edu.  Limited space is available, so be sur to sing up as soon as possible.  The deadline to register is April 25th.

 

 

 

 

 

One Week of Cancer Awareness (4/16-4/20)

Relay For Life

 

Day 3 (4/18): $1.00 PJ & Slipper Day for students

Day 4 (4/19): $1.00 Superhero Day

Day 5 (4/20): $1.00 Crazy Hat Day

*Staff: jeans allowed -all five days- for a $5 donation*

Awareness Announcements

Day 1 What is Cancer? Cancer is a disease that can affect different parts of the body. You can’t catch cancer; it’s not contagious. It’s a disease that develops inside a person’s body.

 

Day 2 Your favorite athlete is physically active! Physical activity can help you reduce your risk for many types of cancer. It can help you get to and stay at a healthy weight, too.

 

Day 3 Don’t smoke! Smoking is bad for your body and causes cancer. Smoking hurts your lungs, mouth, throat, and many other parts of your body. Make the right choice and don’t smoke or use other types of tobacco – ever!

Day 4 Superheroes stay strong by eating healthy! Good eating habits, such as eating fruits and vegetables every day, will help you grow strong and stay healthy. These good habits also help reduce your risk of getting certain types of cancers as you get older.

 

Day 5 Protect your skin from the sun! Wearing a hat can help prevent sun burns, which can prevent skin cancer.

When large groups of people come together for the benefit of others, we call that community service.

(4/20)

 

Good morning, Southridge. This April, in celebration of Earth Day, we will be participating in Kimball’s Green for Good initiative along with the other county schools. During advisory time, you will fill out the link sent to your student email address and complete it fully. Each green deed accounts for one point, and the homeroom with the greatest number of points by the end of April will win the competition and the prize of a pizza party! Let’s all be Green for Good.”

Website:

https://www.kimball.com/greenforgood

 To log green acts: https://kimball.typeform.com/to/vg1Ghj

 

 

Prom is just around the corner all debts need to be paid off before you can purchase a prom ticket.  This includes book rental, lunch accounts, device damage fees, fundraisers and any other club fees.  If you have any questions about this please see Ms. Sattler in room 520.  (4/20).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yearbook:

 

The yearbook staff will begin taking ECA pictures this Thursday and Friday.  Please send students to the gym after the pledge.

4/18 - Book Club, Creative Writing, Video Game Club, Art Club, Kindness Club

4/19 -Thursday - Freshman Mentors, Natural Helpers

4/20 - Friday - FCA Key Club, Spirit Club Officers and Class Reps.

4/27 - Friday - STEM, Outdoors Club, Archery

 

Free Pizza Buffet: Need a prom tux?  Need dinner? It’s a win-win!  With every tux rental from Beth Carter Exquisite Bridal, enjoy a pizza buffet and drink on us any Wednesday night from now until April 25th.  Receive a coupon after purchase and redeem at the Gaslight Pizza and Grill.

 

 

 

 

Upcoming College Representative Visits:

Students MUST sign up in the Guidance Office no later than 2 days before the visit.  Students are limited to 3 representative visits.

 

 

JOB OPPORTUNITIES:

Indiana Furniture Job Opportunity – Maintenance Summer Help: Looking for a summer job where you can get industry experience in a family-oriented and friendly culture?  Apply for a summer job on our website.  You must be 18 or older to apply at www.Indianafurniture.com/careers    (4/23)

 

 

CLUBS AND EXTRACURRICULAR:

 

 

Prom tickets will be on sale this week during both lunches in the book store.  No tickets will be sold at the door.  Make sure to have all your debts paid off before you purchase your ticket.  (4/20)
 

 

 

The Student Council will be selling $20.00 gift certificates to Family Roots Nursery. The gift certificates are valid until December 31, 2018. 

 

The gift certificates make great gifts and could be used for birthdays, holidays, anniversaries, or even summer gardening! If you would like to buy gift certificates, please contact Mrs. Uebelhor (Ms. Lynch) or a Student Council member.

 

Thank you so much for your support! (4/20)

 

PROM Date forms are available in the office, in the senior hallway by Ms. Sattler's room on the glass doors, or via email.  Please have date forms turned in no later than TODAY.  A date form needs to be filled out for anyone bringing a date not from Southridge High School. (4/18)

 

 

 

ATHLETICS:

The girls' tennis team remains undefeated (4-0).  The varsity team won 4-1 & junior varsity won 3-1 at Washington Catholic last night.  Audra Hochgesang lost 6-1; 4-6; 2-6 in #1 singles, Nicole Eckert won 6-0; 6-1 in #2 singles and Sam Lange won 6-4; 6-4 in #3 singles.  In doubles, Kathryn Wininger & Camille Fleming won 6-3; 6-0 in #1 doubles and Elizabeth Fleck & Corey Peters won 6-1; 6-1 in #2 doubles.  For JV, Anna Kappner won 4-0 in #1 singles, Gabbie Werner won 4-0 in #2 singles, Abby Wright won 4-2 in #3 singles & Juliane Vogel lost 0-4 in #4 singles. Great job Lady Raiders!

 

The Boy's Raider Track Team improved their overall record to 11-3 on the season with it's first ever win at the Northeast Dubois Frosh/Soph Meet.  The Raiders took first place with an impressive 111 points followed by Tell City with 82, Pike Central 75.5, Springs Valley 41, Northeast Dubois 21 and Shoals 2.

 

The Raiders took first place in 8 events on the night.

 

First Place:

Garrett Voegerl - High Jump

Jude Songer - 100 M and 200 M Dashes

Dylan Bland - 1600 M and 3200 M

3200 M Relay Team (Schroeder, Cruz, Bland, Giles)

Jaffett Cruz - 800 M

Leyton Lauderdale - Shot Put

 

2nd Place:

Ricky Pflanz - 400 M

Garrett Voegerl - Long Jump

Sam Schroeder - Pole Vault

 

3rd Place:

1600 M Relay Team (Pflanz, Voegerl, Cruz, Bland)

Brad Springer - 300 M Hurdles and Pole Vault

Garrett Voegerl - 400 M Dash

400 M Relay Team (M. Springer, B. Springer, Lauderdale, Songer)

Sam Schroeder - 800 M Run

 

4th and 5th Place:

Brad Springer - 100 M Dash

Ricky Pflanz - 200 M Dash

Cameron Giles - 3200 M Run

Tanner Kane - Pole Vault

Next meet is our own Invitational on Thursday night at Raider Field.

 

 

 

Golf Results from Prides Creek Golf Course in 4-17

Heritage Hills 166
Pike Central 176
Southridge 194

Southridge-Michael Kappner 44, Coby Reller 45, Tristan Boerner 50, Carson Mundy 53, Logan Welp 53, Owen Kinker 55

Heritage Hills-Rylan Cox 37, Josh Nelson 38, Carter Cox 42, Carson Leibering 49, Mitch Blasdel 49, San Schneiders 55

Pike Central-Noah Onyett 40, Lincoln Vaughn 44, Carson Holder 46, Jaylen Mills 46, Cutter Reid 47, Hayden Kabrick 49

Medalist-Rylan Cox (HH) 37

 

 

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CAFETERIA MENUS:

BREAKFAST  MENU AVAILABLE EVERY DAY: Assorted Cold Cereal, Warm Bagel with Cream Cheese, Yogurt with Cinnamon Grahams, Warm Pop Tart with 1 String Cheese Stick, Warm Donut, Pillsbury Stuffed Mini Bagels.  Choice of ONE: Assorted Fresh Fruit, Assorted Fruit Juice, Vegetable Juice. Grape Tomatoes available some days. Also various days: Chilled Fruit Cocktail or Chilled Sliced Peaches.  Included: Milk, Assorted Flavors   

 

BREAKFAST MENU WEEK OF 4/16/2018

Monday:  Sausage and Gravy Pizza

Tuesday:  Breakfast Casserole with 1 Slice Toast

Wednesday:  Sausage Sandwich with Hashbrown

Thursday:  Mini Pancake & Sausage Wrap, Syrup

Friday:  1 Biscuit with Plain or Sausage Gravy

 

 

 

 

 

LUNCH WEEK OF 4/16/2018

Monday:

Choice of ONE Entrée:

Oven Baked Breaded Steak Nugget with Hot Roll and Sauces

BBQ Beef Riblet Sub Sandwich

Shaved Deli Turkey & Cheese Sub Sandwich

2 Cheese Stuffed Breadsticks with Marinara Sauce

Chef Salad

PB&J with Cheese Stick

Soup of the Day

Choice of THREE:

Au Gratin Potatoes

Italian Style Green Beans

Vegetable Juice

Fresh Fruit

Orange Juice

Included:

Milk, Assorted Flavors

Soup of the Day:

Chicken & Dumpling Soup with Roll

Ala Carte:

Spicy Chicken Wings with Ranch Dressing $3.25

French Fries $1.25

Hot Roll $0.50

 

 

Tuesday:

Choice of ONE Entrée:

Taco Potato Boat

BBQ Beef Riblet Sub Sandwich

Shaved Deli Turkey & Cheese Sub Sandwich

2 Cheese Stuffed Breadsticks with Marinara Sauce

Chef Salad

PB&J with Cheese Stick

Soup of the Day

Choice of THREE:

Steamed Seasoned Mixed Vegetables

Vegetable Juice

Black Beans

Chilled Fruit, Sliced Pears

Assorted Fruit Juice

Included:

Milk, Assorted Flavors

Snickerdoodle Cookie

Soup of the Day:

Chili Soup with Peanut Butter Sandwich

Ala Carte:

¼# Bacon Cheeseburger $2.50

Seasoned Curly French Fries $1.50

 

 

Wednesday:

Choice of ONE Entrée:

Chili Cheese Dog

BBQ Beef Riblet Sub Sandwich

Shaved Deli Turkey & Cheese Sub Sandwich

2 Cheese Stuffed Breadsticks with Marinara Sauce

Chef Salad

PB&J with Cheese Stick

Soup of the Day

Choice of THREE:

Steamed Seasoned California Blend Vegetables

Vegetable Juice

Carrot Sticks with Dip

Peach Crisp

Fresh Apple Slices

Included:

Milk, Assorted Flavors

Soup of the Day:

Potato Soup with Shredded Cheese & Roll

Ala Carte:

Baked Cheese Ravioli with Meat Sauce and 2 Garlic Toast $4.00

2 Garlic Toast $1.50

 

Thursday:

Choice of ONE Entrée:

Rattle Snake Bowl with Hot Roll

BBQ Beef Riblet Sub Sandwich

Shaved Deli Turkey & Cheese Sub Sandwich

2 Cheese Stuffed Breadsticks with Marinara Sauce

Chef Salad

PB&J with Cheese Stick

Soup of the Day

Choice of THREE:

Romaine Garden Salad Mix with Dressings

Vegetable Juice

Grape Tomatoes

Chilled Fruit, Sliced Pineapple

Fresh Fruit

Included:

Milk, Assorted Flavors

Soup of the Day:

White Chili with Cornbread Muffin

Ala Carte:

Popcorn Chicken $2.75

Seasoned French Fries $1.50

Hot Roll $0.50

 

Friday:

Choice of ONE Entrée:

Beef Steak Pub Burger with Sliced Cheese and Bacon Sandwich

BBQ Beef Riblet Sub Sandwich

Shaved Deli Turkey & Cheese Sub Sandwich

2 Cheese Stuffed Breadsticks with Marinara Sauce

Chef Salad

PB&J with Cheese Stick

Soup of the Day

Choice of THREE:

Seasoned French Fries

Vegetable Juice

Broccoli Slaw

Fresh Fruit

Frozen Fruit Cup

Included:

Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Sliced Pickles, Guacamole and Mayo for Sandwiches

Pickle Spear

Milk, Assorted Flavors

Soup of the Day

Tomato Soup with Toasted Cheese Sandwich

Ala Carte:

Open Face Stromboli $4.00

Cheesy Breadsticks with Marinara $1.50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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