Check out the website for this year's book fair. You can preview what is coming, create a digital wallet, and even shop online (starting Oct. 30)!!!! https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bf/scelemjrhigh
8 months ago, South Central Local Schools
Mobile Devices - Cell phones and other electronic devices are often permitted on the school bus as long as: ::They are in backpacks or other holders, keeping hands free to use handrails while boarding and departing the bus. ::Sound is muted or headphones, earbuds or similar devices are used, to not distract the driver or disrupt other students. Some drivers have a "silent in the morning" rule that should be followed. ::Content does not violate the law or school district policy and procedures. Students should be reminded that they are responsible for what content is on their phone/device. ::Should be silenced at railroad crossings and otherwise at the request of the driver. Ringers should be silenced or muted anytime riders are on the bus. ***Remind your student that the driver is in charge of the bus and all students on it. The bus is considered "school property" and therefore any misbehavior or law violations are the same as if they took place on school grounds. Respecting the driver, the same as they would a teacher or principal, and a "thank you" goes a long way. ***Please put your phone down when you drive to keep our bus drivers, students and other persons on the road safe. Amber lights are a WARNING that the bus is stopping and loading or unloading students. Red lights are a sign that the bus has ALREADY STOPPED and students are on the move - out of their seats, loading/unloading and/or crossing the road! Together We Can!
8 months ago, South Central Local Schools
Day 5
Getting On and Off the Bus ::Talk with your child(ren) about if they drop something getting on and off the bus, they should never pick it up. Instead, they should tell the driver and follow the driver’s instructions. ::Remind your kids to look to the right before they step off the bus. ::If you meet your child at the bus stop after school, wait on the side where the child will be dropped off, not across the street. Children can be so excited to see you after school that they dash across the street and forget the safety rules. ***People run the red lights and pass buses often when their amber warning lights are on, so remind your child(ren) to follow the unloading rules/instructions and to listen for the driver's horn to indicate danger.***
8 months ago, South Central Local Schools
Day 4
We fight with you, for you, and will never forget you! No Trojan fights alone! This month... Wear pink it. Raise money. Help make life-changing breast cancer research and support happen! Please tag those currently fighting, those who have won the fight and those we will never forget! Together We Can
8 months ago, South Central Local Schools
Breast Cancer Awareness
It's Book Fair time!!!! Just a reminder, there is no school for students on November 2nd.
8 months ago, South Central Local Schools
book fair poster
At the Bus Stop ::Have children wait in a location where the driver can see them while driving down the street. Try to avoid waiting in a house or car. ::Remind children to not horseplay and to not play in the street. Playing with balls or other toys that could roll into the street is also dangerous.
8 months ago, South Central Local Schools
Day 3
Walking to the Bus Stop ::Walk young children to the bus stop or encourage children to walk in groups. There is safety in numbers; groups are easier for drivers to see. ::Practice good pedestrian behavior: walk on the sidewalk, and if there is no sidewalk stay out of the street. If you must walk in the street, walk single file, face traffic and stay as close to the edge of the road as you can. ::Stop and look left, right and then left again if you must cross the street. Do the same thing on driveways and alleys. Exaggerate your head turns and narrate your actions so your child knows you are looking left, right and left.
8 months ago, South Central Local Schools
Day 2
This is School Bus Safety Week! Every day we'll post some bus safety items to keep in mind! Getting Ready for School ::Have your children put everything they carry in a backpack or school bag so that they won’t drop things along the way. ::Encourage them to wear bright, contrasting colors so they will be more easily seen by drivers. ::Make sure children leave home on time so they can arrive at the bus stop before it is due, ideally at least five minutes early. Running after or in front of a bus is dangerous.
8 months ago, South Central Local Schools
Day 1 Bus Safety
The Sectional Final Volleyball game will played next Thursday, October 19 at 7:15pm at Monroeville HS against Mansfield Christian. Tickets can be purchased online at www.ohsaa.org/tickets for a discounted price or purchased at the door for $10.00. The winner will advance to the District Semi-Finals at Willard HS on Tuesday, October 24 at 7:15pm. Best of luck to our Lady Trojans Volleyball Team in tournament play. GO TROJANS!
8 months ago, High School Information
Volleyball Sectional Final 10/19
πŸ“’ Attention South Central School Parents! πŸ“’ Join us for a Digital Empowerment for Parents meeting. Dive deep into the digital domain and equip yourself with the tools and knowledge to help your teen navigate the online world. πŸŒπŸ’‘ πŸ“… When? Wednesday, November 1st, 2023 ⏰ Time? 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM πŸ“ Where? South Central High School Gym πŸ” Topics covered will include: Current online trends and popular apps among teens. A deep dive into the dark web. Functionalities of various apps and their hidden features. Covert apps your teen might be using. Understanding online risks and establishing cyber balance. The significance of understanding risk factors. Building healthy online relationships and ensuring cyber respect. Practical strategies to empower your teens in the digital age. πŸŽ™ This invaluable session will be spearheaded by Scott Frank, a former ICAC investigator and esteemed internet safety expert. For the Kids: While parents are gaining insight into the digital world, we are thrilled to announce special sessions for the kids in the high school library, sponsored by Riley's Angels Therapy Dogs. 🐢❀️ 🍼 Childcare Also Available: Though this event is FREE, we kindly ask for children not to attend the parent session. However, childcare is available, ensuring your little ones are well taken care of!
8 months ago, South Central Local Schools
To Our Volleyball Seniors, This is the night we celebrate all of your accomplishments during your time at South Central. Tonight is a very special night and sharing your night with Mapleton will make it so much more meaningful. It's been an honor to watch you grow over the years, and we know that you have so much more greatness ahead of you to offer the world! Please join us tonight in celebration of our Seniors as South Central takes on Mapleton, at home, starting at 5:30pm. #mapletonstrong #LiveLikeBre
8 months ago, South Central Local Schools
SN 2023
TLC will again host their annual Trick-or-Treat on the Track on October 21st from 5-8pm! Ages Pre-K to 5th grade are invited to participate in all of the fun activities, in a safe and structured environment! The event will happen rain or shine and all activities are FREE!
8 months ago, South Central Local Schools
TTonT
Softball is selling blankets and we're hoping you help us knock this fundraiser out of the park! A flyer will be sent home with each elementary student today; elementary students should turn their order forms into the office. Junior High and High School students should see a High School Softball player to order.
8 months ago, South Central Local Schools
Softball Blanket Sales
Order form
πŸ“’ πŸ“’ WCPZ has a long-running feature called Terrific Teacher Tuesday, and one of our very own, Joe Gaither (Band Teacher), was selected as Terrific Teacher for Tuesday October 10!! Congratulations Joe!!πŸ₯³ Listen to the interview here with Randy Hugg of the Morning Mix on Mix 1027: https://mix1027.com/uncategorized/terrific-teacher-podcast-page/ Follow Mix 1027 on FB @mix1027wcpz or on X (formerly Twitter) @mix1027
8 months ago, South Central Local Schools
Picture of Band Director Joe Gaither
Box Office Night is Wednesday, October 11!
8 months ago, South Central Local Schools
Music Man
The Trojan Band is doing their annual Thanksgiving pie sale!
8 months ago, South Central Local Schools
Pie sale
TOGETHER we stand with Mapleton!
9 months ago, South Central Local Schools
Together with Mapleton
Ashland City Schools is doing a district wide sale of the attached shirts in honor and memoriam of Bre. Please make checks payable to WDB and return to South Central High School with the completed form. If you would like to Venmo Whoopsie Daisy Bowtique, please message them to obtain that information. Together We Can Live.Like.Bre! #MapletonStrong
9 months ago, South Central Local Schools
LivelikeBre
S.C. Families: Tomorrow will be red and blue day in support of our neighbor community Mapleton who tragically lost senior student Bre McKean when she passed away Friday night during the pregame homecoming festivities. Thank you in advance for your compassion and support.
9 months ago, Thomas J. Hellickson
Red and Blue for Mapleton
South Central Local Schools and community extend our deepest sympathies, thoughts and most heartfelt prayers to the families, students, faculty, staff, and community of Mapleton Local Schools. Words can not express how saddened we are for everyone touched by this tragic and unimaginable loss.
9 months ago, South Central Local Schools