Freshman orientation will be on Aug 2 at 7 pm at the high school.
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Why Take Computer Science? To Prepare for the future. There are currently 530,472 open computing jobs nationwide. Last year, only 42,969 computer science students graduated into the workforce. Talk to your Guidance Counselor now! STEM- Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Computer programmers are needed in every industry and across the country. So what will a career look [...]
The Summer Feeding Program will begin operating next week (Monday, June 12th) for Lunch Only at SCES and again this year serving Breakfast & Lunch at Switzerland County High School. **SCES Lunch- 11:00-12:00** **SCHS Breakfast- 9:00-11:00** **SCHS Lunch- 11:00-12:00** *Children MUST be 18 years of age or younger (Adults can purchase a meal for $3.00) [...]
The Switzerland County Commissioners has invited the citizens of Switzerland County to come together to address the issues of substance abuse in our community. The Community Foundation of Switzerland County has agreed to be the coordinator of this endeavor. “We all know that this issue has been around a very long time” said Mark Lohide, [...]
Aleiah Thomas qualified for State at the regional track meet on May 23rd at Bloomington North High School. Aleiah qualified with a jump of 5ft 3in, which is also her PR. The state track meet will be held at Indiana University on Saturday, June 3rd. Aleiah is pictured with Coach Casie Jesop. This is quite [...]
From teachers Amanda Cole and Stacy Streett: 7th graders finished off their year reading Homeless Bird by Gloria Whelan. The book is set in India and follows a thirteen-year-old girl who gets married only to find out her sickly husband’s family needed her dowry to take him to Varanasi and the Ganges River in hopes [...]