Latest News from Switzerland County Elementary
Tue 03Speak Up is a national initiative of Project Tomorrow, the nation’s leading education nonprofit organization dedicated to…
ensuring that today’s students are well prepared to be tomorrow’s innovators, leaders and engaged citizens of the world. The Speak Up data represents the largest collection of authentic, unfiltered...
March is Disability Awareness month. Please choose to spread the word to end the r-word. Take the pledge by clicking on the link below. Click here to take the...
Tue 032015 Math Bowl Winners
S.C.E.S. and Jeff-Craig participated in the 2015 Math Bowl. A great group of 4th, 5th, and 6th graders represented both schools with honor and dignity. S.C.E.S. placed 1st in...
S.C.E.S 4th graders were involved in a week-long American Flag Education Program before Christmas. Mr. Darrell Hansel & Mr. Paul Schmitt recently announced the winners of that Program/Contest. Fourth...
Switzerland County Elementary recently competed in the local Spell Bowl competition held at Ohio County Elementary-Middle School in Rising Sun. SCES competed with four other schools from the area....
Tue 124th Grade News
There has been a whirlwind of activity here at SCES. A large crowd of students, staff, veterans, and other public patrons experienced a moving program for veterans on November...
Indiana University School of Business came to SCES today to highlight the school turn around program that saw the school go from a C to an A grade within Indiana’s...
News from the Corporation
Fri 03Business Professionals of America- HS & MS students qualify for national competition in California
March 15 through the 17, 20 HS BPA members traveled to Indianapolis to participate in the State Leadership Conference....Read More
School Resources & Information
- School Board Minutes
- Mission Statement
- School Year Calendars
- 1-1 Initiative
- School Shootings
- School Information
School Board Minutes
Mission StatementThis mission of Switzerland County Elementary School is for all entities involved in educating our students cooperatively work in a safe, harmonious, and healthy environment as lifelong learners and responsible citizens.
Resources & Links
- Parent Letter
- Chromebook Pilot FAQs
- Technology Integration Update
- Acceptable Use Policy
- Proposed Acceptable Use Policy
Coping with School ShootingsChildren respond to trauma in many different ways. Some have reactions very soon after the event; others may do fine for weeks or months, and then begin to show troubling behavior. Knowing the signs that common at different ages can help parents and teachers recognize problems and respond appropriately.
Switzerland County School Corporation is dedicated to help students through those troubling times. Listed below are some resources that may be valuable as an aid to help students and parents cope with School Shootings.
Links & Resources
School Bullying ResourcesSwitzerland County School Corporation is committed to protecting its students, employees, and applicants for admission from bullying, harassment, or discrimination for any reason and of any type. We believe that all students and employees are entitled to a safe, equitable, and harassment-free school experience. In addition to policy, Switzerland County School Corporation has provided below resources for students, parents and teachers to help combat School Bullying. Corporation Anti-Bullying Policy
Resource and Links
Upcoming School Events