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    April 2018


    I used to not like daylight savings time because I felt like I shouldn’t go to bed when it is still light outside.  Now I’m realizing that I can still go home after work and do my housework, go for a bike ride, attend a sporting event, do some yard work, attend a civic meeting, prepare for the next day of school, take a shower, have supper, sleep for a few hours, and start the process over the next day.  Why does it seem that each month becomes more and more hectic with less time to do more things?

    As the days move through April and into May, we turn much of our focus to ISTEP 10 and End of Course Assessments.  Every sophomore will take Part II of ISTEP 10 English, Math, and all Biology students will take ISTEP biology.  In addition, all sophomores and juniors must pass ISTEP 10 English and Math assessments before they are eligible for graduation.  This spring, seniors who have not yet passed the ECA, will be tested during class.  In addition to these tests, here are some other calendar highlights during April at Seymour High School:
     

    April 2                                     Snow Make up—we are in school—PURPLE day
    April 3/4                                Freshman Class Ring orders taken
    April 5,6,7                             Spring Musical
    April 11                                  Junior Class meeting
    April 13                                  Percussion Ensemble Concert
    April 14                                  ACT test
    April 14                                  Mr. SHS
    April 16                                  National Honor Society Induction
    April 16                                  Prom tickets go on sale--$18 per student
    April 18                                  Jazz Concert
    April 19/20                          Class of 2019 yearbook pictures taken
    April 21                                  SSMA at SHS
    April 23                                  Rotary Luncheon for Senior Athletes/Scholars
    April 25                                  Senior Class meeting
    April 25                                  Spring Sing
    April 27                                  Snow Make up—we are in school—WHITE day
    April 27                                  Prom/After Prom


    I invite you to support our athletic teams this spring as our girls’ and boys’ track teams, softball team, baseball team, boys’ golf team and girls’ tennis team show off their talents as a contribution to their school.  As I look to May, I am a little overwhelmed with everything that we need to get done before graduation on June 3.  The final days of school are always filled with meetings, and arrangements, and dinners, and practices, and games, and performances, and final exams, and grades, and ……I’m glad we have daylight savings time so I can mow yards at 9:00 at night.  Have a great April!

     

    Sincerely,

    Greg Prange

    Principal



    We welcome Officer Williams back for another year as Seymour High School's School Resource Officer. Seymour Community School Corporation is committed to the safety of our students and staff.  Our continued partnership with Seymour Police Department allows for the presence of 3 School Resource Officers at our school sites. School Resource Officers are at all school sites at various times during the school day and school events.  The School Resource Officers provide campus security and educational opportunities for our students and staff.




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    • April 2018


      I used to not like daylight savings time because I felt like I shouldn’t go to bed when it is still light outside.  Now I’m realizing that I can still go home after work and do my housework, go for a bike ride, attend a sporting event, do some yard work, attend a civic meeting, prepare for the next day of school, take a shower, have supper, sleep for a few hours, and start the process over the next day.  Why does it seem that each month becomes more and more hectic with less time to do more things?

      As the days move through April and into May, we turn much of our focus to ISTEP 10 and End of Course Assessments.  Every sophomore will take Part II of ISTEP 10 English, Math, and all Biology students will take ISTEP biology.  In addition, all sophomores and juniors must pass ISTEP 10 English and Math assessments before they are eligible for graduation.  This spring, seniors who have not yet passed the ECA, will be tested during class.  In addition to these tests, here are some other calendar highlights during April at Seymour High School:
       

      April 2                                     Snow Make up—we are in school—PURPLE day
      April 3/4                                Freshman Class Ring orders taken
      April 5,6,7                             Spring Musical
      April 11                                  Junior Class meeting
      April 13                                  Percussion Ensemble Concert
      April 14                                  ACT test
      April 14                                  Mr. SHS
      April 16                                  National Honor Society Induction
      April 16                                  Prom tickets go on sale--$18 per student
      April 18                                  Jazz Concert
      April 19/20                          Class of 2019 yearbook pictures taken
      April 21                                  SSMA at SHS
      April 23                                  Rotary Luncheon for Senior Athletes/Scholars
      April 25                                  Senior Class meeting
      April 25                                  Spring Sing
      April 27                                  Snow Make up—we are in school—WHITE day
      April 27                                  Prom/After Prom


      I invite you to support our athletic teams this spring as our girls’ and boys’ track teams, softball team, baseball team, boys’ golf team and girls’ tennis team show off their talents as a contribution to their school.  As I look to May, I am a little overwhelmed with everything that we need to get done before graduation on June 3.  The final days of school are always filled with meetings, and arrangements, and dinners, and practices, and games, and performances, and final exams, and grades, and ……I’m glad we have daylight savings time so I can mow yards at 9:00 at night.  Have a great April!

       

      Sincerely,

      Greg Prange

      Principal



      We welcome Officer Williams back for another year as Seymour High School's School Resource Officer. Seymour Community School Corporation is committed to the safety of our students and staff.  Our continued partnership with Seymour Police Department allows for the presence of 3 School Resource Officers at our school sites. School Resource Officers are at all school sites at various times during the school day and school events.  The School Resource Officers provide campus security and educational opportunities for our students and staff.




      Buy your yearbook here! https://yearbookforever.com

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