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Events for Seminole County Middle/High School are posted to an online calendar.  You can access this by clicking on the Calendar link on the left under the HOME label.  If you need something added or changed to the calendar, please notify Kent Richardson at krichardson@seminole.k12.ga.us.

FCCLA Members Win at FCCLA State Leadership Conference!  
Shanderica Carr - Creed Speaking and Interpretation State Event - 1st place
Reshonda Mosely and Kelsi Hall - Illustrated Talk - 2nd Place - Advanced to Nationals
Amya Saffold - Environmental Ambassador - 3rd Place
Journee Barber - Career Investigation - 8th Place
Camilla Hopkins - Illustrated Talk - 8th Place

Congratulations to our Literary winners!  Second Place in the State!
1st in essay, 2nd in Trio, 2nd in Boys Solo, 2nd in Duo, 3rd in Quartet,3rd in Humorous, 4th in Dramatic, 4th in Extemp,
Seminole scored in every event! Go Indians!

Congratulations to the 
2016-2017 Teacher of the Year
Seminole County Middle/High School
Jennifer Hodges

(L-R) Superintendent Brinson Register, TOY Jennifer Hodges, and Principal Kent Richardson



 MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of Seminole County Middle/High School is to educate and graduate independent thinkers by providing a standard of high expectation through rigorous and balanced curriculum instruction.

 VISION STATEMENT

The vision of Seminole County Middle/High School to educate and graduate independent thinkers who will become productive world citizens.

 BELIEFS STATEMENT

We believe that
  • learning is enhanced through family and community involvement.
  • because student learning is the priority of Seminole County Middle/High School, learning needs will be the primary focus of all decisions made by and for our school.
  • each student is a valued and unique individual whose needs will be provided for through current curriculum designed to include a variety of instructional approaches.
  • the faculty and staff of Seminole County Middle/High School will endorse positive relationships with students which will promote self-esteem, trust, morality and mutual respect.
  • a safe environment is essential for student learning.
  • the commitment of continuous school improvement will support our vision to educate and graduate independent thinkers who will be productive and responsible citizens.

 WHAT'S HAPPENING AROUND CAMPUS!
PROM GIFT CARD FUNDRAISER
Juniors and Seniors are selling raffle tickets for $50 ULTA/Academy gift cards.  Tickets are $5 each.  The proceeds will go towards prom.  Please see a Junior or Senior or Mrs. Albritton if you'd like to help support Prom 2017. Ticket sales are due March 22 to Mrs. Albritton.

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
NHS will meet Thursday, March 23 at 8:00 a.m.

KINDLE FIRE RAFFLE
The Media Center will raffle of a Kindle Fire.  The drawing will be April 14.  This is open to all staff, students, and teachers.  This Kindle would make a great find in an Easter Basket.  You can download hundreds of books, movies, and music.  Tickets are $1 each and you may purchase as many as you like.  Thank you for supporting the Media Center.

SENIOR BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM
The Senior Baccalaureate Program needs 3 pictures (including a baby picture) from each senior for the slideshow. Please bring them to Libby Register in room 102 as soon as you select them. Students can also email 3 pics to lregiste@seminole.k12.ga.us or sbadams@seminole.k12.ga.us. A meeting will be held soon to discuss plans.

HONORS DAY
The high school honors program will be held Tuesday, April 25 at 6:30 pm. Seniors, if you are planning to join the military or have received a scholarship, please see Mrs. Kathryn Trawick or Mrs. Aman.

YEARBOOKS FOR SALE NOW
High school yearbooks are on sale now for $50.  You may also get your name on the book for $5 extra.  See a yearbook staff member or Mrs. Albritton.

MOVE ON WHEN READY DEADLINE  
The completion deadline for the Move on When Ready program for Summer and Fall semester is April 14th. Completion means that admissions paperwork and test scores have been received by the college, student and parent/guardian have met with the high school counselor and signed the Participation Agreement, student has met with the MOWR liaison and scheduled college courses, and student has provided college schedule to the high school counselor.  

ATTENDANCE RECOVERY HOURS
Don't forget if you have Attendance Recovery hours, these must be completed asap.

TRUCKLOAD DRINK SALES MONTHLY FUNDRAISER
FBLA, FCCLA and Yearbook Staff sell cases of Coke products each month.  Flavored cases contain 24-20oz bottles for $20 each and Dasani 16.9 oz is $15.  Available products are Classic Coke, Cherry Coke, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Sprite, Sprite Zero, Mello Yello, Pibb Extra, Fanta Orange, Fanta Grape, Fanta Strawberry, Fanta Pineapple, Seagram Ginger Ale, and Dasani.  If you are interested in purchasing any please contact a member of one of these groups or their advisers, Kim Orrick (FBLA), Jennifer Hodges (FCCLA), or Mary Jean Albritton (Yearbook).  The next order is due April 11 and will be delivered on April 21.

FBLA OFFICER APPLICATIONS DUE
FBLA Officer applications are due on or before March 23.  If you are interested in being an officer next school year please see Mrs. Trawick or Mrs. Orrick for an application.

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