• Student Award Nominations

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    Each Award is described below with a link to a Google Form where you can nominate deserving students.  You may nominate as many students as you wish for each award.  There will be a maximum of 2 students per grade that may be selected to receive the award.  You must use your School Google Account to create the nomination.

    Nominations are Due: March 13 by 3:00 PM

     

    Perseverance Award

    Student has demonstrated a growth mindset, grit and resilience to face obstacles bravely and/or has overcome a personal challenge.

    Grade Level: 9-12

    Nomination: Can be nominated by staff member or another student

    https://forms.gle/UirgvdqXGtbDSX6TA

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    Change Agent Award 

    Student recognizes a problem in the community and implements substantial change through the following:

    • Transformational leadership
    • Activist for social change
    • Makes an impact greater than his/herself

    Grade Level: 9-12

    Nomination: Student can be nominated by staff member or another student

    https://forms.gle/1iixwhrAyDQfxhbk7

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    Community Service/Volunteerism 

    Student has made significant contributions to his/her community through his/her time, actions, talents, and dedication. He/she has a passion for helping others in his/her community. 

    Grade Level: 9-12

    Nomination/Criteria: Student completes self-nomination Must have completed a minimum of 40 hrs. of community service/volunteer hours in the current school year.

    https://forms.gle/1k3tamJ7J37iCAPM7

     


     

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  • SENIOR YEARBOOK PICTURES

    Have you had your senior portraits taken yet? Great news! Senior Days are coming on Tuesday, February 27 and Wednesday, February 28 from 9am-2pm in the Atrium. These sessions are FREE. Seniors who have had senior pictures taken but want CAP & GOWN or a more traditional look for family and friends are also encouraged to sign up. Use the link below for more information or to set your appointment. 

    SHS Senior Days 2024

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  • COURSE VERIFICATIONS

    Parents will receive an email on February 26 containing important information on verifying your student's course selections for next school year. Please follow the instructions in the email. Any changes must be submitted by February 29.

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  • LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS

    All local scholarships for Seniors were posted on January 31 and can be found on the SHS web page under School Counseling/Financial Aid and Scholarships. Applications are due no later than Thursday, March 14 at 3:15 pm. No late submissions will be accepted.

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  • FAFSA MEETINGS

    If your junior is planning on attending college after high school, now is the time to schedule a meeting with Valerie Harrell, SHS College Access Advisor. Mrs. Harrell can guide you through the financial aid process, help you complete the FAFSA/CSS Profile and discuss scholarship opportunities. Sign up for a one-on-one meeting on the SHS Counseling website. 

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  • AP EXAM FEES DUE

    Just a reminder that AP exam Fees must be paid in full by Friday, March 1. These fees can either be paid online or at the SHS Bookstore. If you have questions about your student's AP Exam fees, please contact Carol Schultz at 440-349-7312.

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