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SOUTHRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL

April 18, 2019

 

On May 1st, the American Red Cross will be at SHS for the annual blood drive.  Students must be at least 16 years of age and will need a permission slip turned in to donate. You may stop by Teen Wellness during passing periods to sign up. Ms. Vinson and Mrs. LaMar will also be stopping by lunch to help with sign ups.  Any questions please e-mail Mrs. LaMar. [4/26/19]

 

The Raider Academic Teams competed in the Area Competition and here are the results:

Interdis - 1st Place (Captain Evie Sherer, Tatiana Garcia, Audra Hochgesang, Devin Murphy, Corbin Neher, Jude Songer, and Sasia Walz) 

 

Social Studies - 2nd Place (Captain Kenneth Fenneman, Brandon Grindle, Drew Meece, Devin Murphy)

 

Fine Arts - 3rd Place (Captain Evie Sherer, Bethany Brooks, Tatiana Garcia)

 


Perlitta Garcia,, Kaylee Krieg, and , Mackenzie Schepers have all entered pieces into the Larry Bucshon congressional art contest  They will have their artwork displayed at the arts council of southwestern Indiana. Opening reception is April 23 at 4 pm.  https://www.artswin.org/  .  There may be voting on the winning piece on Rep. Bucshon's Facebook later so check it out, and vote for these girls!!!  https://www.facebook.com/RepLarryBucshon/

 

 

 

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day will be Saturday, April 27, 2019. Free disposal of expired, unused and unwanted pharmaceuticals.  No Sharps.  This is for private citizens only. The following is a list of places for disposal.

Ferdinand Fire Station

221 E. Fourth St.

Ferdinand

10 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Schnellville Fire Station

8090 E. Schnellville Rd.

Birdseye

10 a.m. – 12 p.m

Jasper State Police Post

District 34, 2209 Newton St.

Jasper

10 a.m. – 2 p.m

Huntingburg Police Station

503 E. First St.

Huntingburg

24/7 Disposal

Jasper Police Station

309 E. Sixth St.

Jasper

24/7 Disposal

 

 

 

MILITARY ACADEMY DAY:  Saturday, April 27, 2019 at Vincennes University, Gibson County Center, 8100 S. US Hwy. 41, Ft. Branch, IN.  Registration: 8:30 a.m. CT, Program 9-11 a.m. CT. Learn more about the United States Academies, the application process, congressional nominations, and the everyday life of a Service Academy Cadet. The application process for a congressional nomination from Congressman Bucshon’s office for the class of 2024 will be from March 1, 2019 until October 4, 2019.  Representatives will be there from the Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO; Coast Guard Academy, New London, CT; Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, NY; Military Academy, West Point, NY; Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD.  For more information and to apply visit: https://bucshon.house.gov/constituent-services/military-academy-nominations.htm

 

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:

 

Uebelhor Toyota in Jasper has an opening for a Receptionist/Office Assistant part-time 12-18 hours a week including some Saturdays.   Three ways to apply:  1. Their facebook page, “Uebelhor Toyota”, jobs   2. E-mail resume to nwilson@uebelhor.com, subject line “Receptionist”   3. Apply in person at the Toyota Showroom, 788 W. 12th Ave., Jasper, IN

 

“The Waters of Huntingburg is looking for 2 students that would looking for a part time job in the evenings and every other weekend. The position is a dietary Aide, the shift is 4:30-7. You would help pour coffee to the residents in the dining room and with cleaning up after supper. Call Krista at 812-556-9196 or come in to The Waters to apply.”

 

 

LIUNA is hiring.  Laborer’s Local 561 at 951 North Park Drive, Evansville is hiring dedicated, drug free individuals as apprentices.  Apply in person.  Check out their ad in the window at SHS Student Services.

 

Seniors: Kimball Electronics is hiring. Well paid production positions in a climate controlled environment with full benefits are currently available in a variety of shift opportunities. Kimball Electronics offers a minimum starting wage of $14.30 per hour with an additional $1.35 in shift differential. Employees are eligible for benefits after 30 days. (4/30)

 

 

CLUBS AND EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:

 

The Raider FCA will gather during Impact at 11:00 in the auditorium on Friday, April 26. We will be holding elections for next year's FCA Exec Board. Every vote counts and every vote makes a difference, so all FCA members are strongly encouraged to be there to cast your vote for your leadership team! We will also share quick video snapshots of FCA Summer Leadership Camp and YL Camp.  (4/26/19)

 

Creative Writing Club will have another bake sale on Thursday, April 18th during both lunches. Every item is 50 cents. All money raised will be donated to the Dubois County Humane Society. (4/18)

 

Anyone interested in running for Student Council next year should print and fill out the attached application to Mrs. Uebelhor in room 312 by May 1st. 

 SHS Student Council Application

 

Also, if anyone is interested in running for a class officer position for next year, please let Mrs. Uebelhor know via email by May 1st. The positions are listed below. Each officer will automatically become a member of the Student Council and be expected to attend meetings and participate in events. Junior class officers will help with prom and senior class officers will plan class reunions after you graduate. Each class will vote on the class officers in May. (5/1)

 

 
 
     
 
 

 

ATHLETICS:

 

The Raider Softball team dropped its second in a row to 3A #6 Boonville Wednesday night 15-1.

The Raiders finish their week against their third ranked opponent Perry Central in a non conference game.  The Raiders currently sit at 6-3 overall this season and 2-1 in PAC play.

 

 

Results from Buffalo Trace on 4/17
Jasper 168
Southridge 188
Southridge-Coby Reller 44, Michael Kappner 45, Tristan Boerner 48, Carson Mundy 51, Aidan Blessinger 55, Christian Geesaman 65
Jasper-Jack Bies 36, Avery Hollinden 39, Landon Kissel 43, Luke Ackerman 50, Nick Buechlein 58, Jordan Krempp 59
Medalist-Jack Bies (J) 36

 

 

The Lady Raider Tennis varsity team lost in an away match to Pike Central 1-4.  Evie Sherer lost 1-6; 1-6 in #1 singles; Olivia Durcholz lost 2-6; 2-6 in #2 singles; Elizabeth Fleck lost 3-6; 3-6 in #3 singles; Audra Hochgesang & Jordan Biehl won 6-1; 7-6 (7-2 tiebreak) in #1 doubles; and Anna Kappner & Gabbie Werner lost 1-6; 0-6 in #2 doubles.  The JV team won 3-2 with Emily Roby winning 6-5 in #1 singles; Abigail Kerkhoff winning 6-1 in #2 singles; and Corey Peters & Kelby LaRoche winning 6-1 at #1 doubles.  Sasia Walz & Abby Wright lost their match 1-6 in #2 doubles and Adi Luker & Olivia Lopez lost 4-6 in #3 doubles.  We will host Heritage Hills today, weather permitting, at 5:00pm.

 

 

 

 

 

 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, PB&J.  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     Grab n go breakfast bags will be available in the mornings as an option if you don't want to wait in line. Grab a bag and milk and you are good to go.

 

BREAKFAST MENU WEEK OF 4/15/2019

Monday: Breakfast Casserole with 1 Slice Toast

Tuesday:  Mini Pancake & Sausage Wrap, Syrup

Wednesday:  Sausage Sandwich with Hashbrown

Thursday:  Scrambled Eggs with Cheese and Toast

Friday:  No School

 

LUNCH WEEK OF 4/15/2019

 

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 and Crackers

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:

Breaded Tenderloin $3.00

Jr. Buffalo French Fries $1.75

 

Tuesday:

Choice of ONE Entrée:

Beef Taco Potato

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 and Crackers

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:

Spicy Chicken Strips with Ranch Dressing $3.25

French Fries $1.25

Hot Roll $.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 and Crackers

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:

Beef and Noodle Soup with Crackers and Hot Roll

Ala Carte:

Popcorn Chicken $2.75

French Fries $1.25

Hot Roll $.50

 

Thursday:

Choice of ONE Entrée:

Sliced Turkey and Gravy

PB&J Sandwich

Choice of THREE:

Mashed Potatoes

Corn

Hot Roll

Assorted Fruit Juice

Vanilla Pudding

Included:                                                                        

Milk, Assorted Flavors

Soup of the Day:

Ala Carte:

Nachos and Cheese $2.00

Pretzel and Cheese $2.00

 

Friday: No School

Choice of ONE Entrée:

Choice of THREE:

Soup of the Day:

Ala Carte:


 




 

 

 





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