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Dear Parents and Guardians of eligible Summer School students,


Scott High School’s summer school for high school students is aimed at helping students get back on track in terms of earned credits and achievement. Students who continue learning during the summer are better prepared for the next school year and less likely to lose knowledge gained during the previous school year. Over time, this can give them an edge in meeting graduation goals and competing in the college admissions process.  We are excited to invite students to participate in summer school offerings to help them reach these goals.


Key Information


• The deadline for registration is June 7th, 2019.


Summer school is open to all Scott High School students who earned 58% to 59% as a final grade in one of their courses over the 2018-19 school year.  In addition, if your student failed a class below a 58% they can still take summer school.  Their session will be the day they sign up through Aug. 2nd.   This summer, we will be offering students the opportunity to take 2 courses. 


All Summer school courses will be completed on-line starting on the day of enrollment and must be finished by June 21st for the 2-week session and Aug. 2nd for the full course session.  If you do not have internet access at home, the school computers will be available for your student to use during normal business hours.  The school office will be open June 3rd through June 7th to register for Summer school.  The office hours are 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Lunch is from 11:00 to 12:00.


We Need You!

• Motivate your student to enroll. What are your child’s goals for the future? Discuss the ways that

Summer School will help him or her meet these goals.

• Offer incentives. Try providing incentives for achievement goals. This does not have to mean spending money. It could be a day with you or with friends—whatever you feel is best. You know your student best and know what motivates them.

• Ensure time on the computer. You know your child best. Some high school students still need you

as the alarm clock, while others will do fine without it. Thank you for doing everything you can to keep

your child’s goals alive in discussions, and to draw the connections between attendances, punctuality,

hard work and achievement. Please do not hesitate to contact your summer school coordinator, Mr. Rogers.  You can also find information on our website at www.scott.kenton.kyschools.us. We look forward to working with you to help your high school student succeed and take the next steps toward a successful future.

If you have any questions or need further information, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Shane Rogers (shane.rogers@kenton.kyschools.us, 859-960-1512, or the main office at 859-356-3146.




Shane Rogers

Assistant Principal




CROSS COUNTRY TEAM—Any student interested in joining the Scott Boys/Girls XC team for the 2019 school year should contact Zach Triplett via email @ zachary.triplett@kenton.kyschools.us 5-24-19



Underclass Awards not received at Awards Night will be ready for pick-up/distribution on Tuesday 5/28 in the front office. 5-24-19


LOST & FOUND ITEMS—Please check the front office for lost lunch bags, hoodies, etc. Anything not claimed by the end of the year will be donated. Thank you. 5-23-19



WORLD LANGUAGE NHS INDUCTION—World Language National Honor Society students will hold their induction ceremony on Wednesday, May 22nd at 7:00 p.m. in the library. Please RSVP to your language teacher by Tuesday, May 21st. 5-20-19


Student Council applications for the 2019-2020 school year are now available outside of Ms. Gore's room 1432. Students can apply to be representatives, class officers, and overall student council officers. Forms need to be returned to Ms. Gore by Monday, May 20. Elections if needed will be in FLY on May 22. 5-15-19


KENTON COUNTY SCHOOLS CLOSED TUESDAY, MAY 21 for the Primary Election. 5-15-19


SBDM PARENT REP NOMINATIONS & VOTING for 2019-20—Scott High School is currently accepting nominations for parent representatives to serve one year on the Site Based Decision Making Council. Any parent with a child attending Scott High School during the 2019-2020 year is eligible to run for SDBM. If you would like to run or nominate a candidate, then please email the Scott High Eagle Club with nominee’s information (name, contact info, and short bio) by Saturday, May 18th, 2019 at scotteagleclub@yahoo.com. Elections will be held at Scott High School on May 22nd between the hours of 7:00am-8:00am and 6:00pm-7:00pm. 5-15-19



SENIOR PERMISSION SLIPS/FORMS—Seniors! Your senior activity paperwork of permission slips and drive forms need to be turned into Ms. Gore in room 1432. If attending senior brunch, the cost is $17. We are also selling yard signs for $3. Cash or check to Scott High School (can be made for $20 for both). All are due by May 17! 5-10-19


MAY SBDM/PRINCIPAL CHAT-- The May SBDM meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 14 at 6pm in the Library. All meetings are open to the general public. Dr. Sapp will be available for Principal Chat at 5:30pm and again following the meeting. The agenda is available on Scott’s website under the SBDM tab. 5-8-19


ART PROGRAM APPLICATIONS--The Baker Hunt Young Artist Program is a wonderful program for High School students that enables them to advance in their art skills. The camp will focus on improving their portfolio, increasing their comfort with various media, and learning new artistic styles. New learners are welcome! The camp is June 24-28. 20 High School students will be selected to attend this camp for FREE!! See Mrs. Sullivan for an application. 5-8-19


Club Picture Day Schedule 

Tuesday, May 7th

(in the Gym)


1st Period (Rhiannon &  Morgan)

8:00     Junior Student Council (Snow)

8:10     German Club and German NHS (Caudill)


2nd Period (Rhiannon & Morgan)

9:10     Sophomore Student Council (Schwartz)

9:20     Academic Team (Meyer)

9:30     Hanner’s Heroes (Norris)

9:40     Freshman Student Council (Dressler)

9:50     Scott Eagle Theatre (Harris)


3rd Period (Rhiannon)

10:30   Art NHS (Sullivan)

10:35   Band (Miller)


4th Period (Bri & Lieu)

12:10   JSA (Leavens and Norris)

12:15   NHS (Leavens)

12:20   FCA (Chow)

12:30   Future Problem Solving (Clark)

12:40   Writing Club (Yakimow)


5th Period (Rhiannon & Lieu)

1:25     Senior Student Council (Gore)

1:35     Superintendent’s Advisory Council (Gore)

1:45     Spanish NHS (Norvell)


Senior Superlative Pictures

Tuesday, May 7th

(meet in the Gym, can get pictures taken elsewhere, bring props/outfits (appropriate) for your superlative)


1st Period

8:15     Shae and Brandi (Partners in Crime)

8:30     Shae and Pat (Most School Spirit)

8:45     David and Sadie (Most Attractive)


2nd Period

10:00   Brendan and Macey (Class Clown)

10:15   Jayden and Austin (Most Likely to be President)


3rd Period

10:30   Maddy and Ethan (Best Dressed)

10:45   Mariah and Lieu (Most Changed)

11:00   Cheyenne and Justin (Worst Drivers)

11:!5    Emma and Will (Mr. and Mrs. Scott)


4th Period

12:45   Kyren and Summer (Most Athletic)

1:00     Megan and Christian (Most Creative)


5th Period

1:30     Shyia and Ben (Best Personality)



Congratulations to Presley Poe and Garrett Cady who were cast in "Tales from the Cuckoo Club" which has its world premiere at the Cincy Fringe Festival, June 1-13th! For showtimes and tickets, go to bit.ly/2PHV4iB 5-3-19


UNDERCLASS HONORS NIGHT—Please come out and celebrate with us at the Soaring Eagles Underclassmen Honors Night.

Date: Thursday, May 23

Time: 6:30 PM

Place: Auditorium of Scott High School

Who should attend: Invited students in Grades 9-11 and their parents



CLUB PICTURE DAY will be Tuesday, May 7th. Pictures will be taken in the gym. A schedule will be posted or see your club sponsor to find out your scheduled time. Senior Superlative winners will also get their pictures taken on May 7th as well. Please see Mrs. Sullivan to schedule your time. 5-1-19


Autism Awareness Night at Scott Baseball vs. Holy Cross this Friday, May 3 before the start of the 7:30 game. Special baseball lineup, special first pitch, and cookie sales! Come support your students and peers with Autism and all disabilities by joining us for the game! Wednesday May 8 is the rain date. 5-1-19


BAND BANQUET—Celebrate the 2018-2019 Scott Band at our annual Band Banquet at 6pm on Friday, May 24th in the Scott HS cafeteria! 5-1-19


ARMY LUNCH VISITS—If you're interested in learning more about the Army, be sure to talk to Sgt. Bailey the first Monday of every month, during lunch.5-1-19


Please join me in congratulating Mr. Bill Schwartz as the KY Association of School Resource Officers 2019 Administrator/Educator of the Year! Bill is the first educator to win this award as in years past it always gone to an administrator.  I nominated Bill for this award and he was selected at my KYASRO meeting today as this year's recipient. 4-28-19


Congratulations to these students for being selected to the Commonwealth Honors Academy Scholars (CHA)

Abigail Baker

Sarah Jordan




Reagan Hamilton and Sarah Hopper have both been accepted into the esteemed GSA program for Dance.  GSA is a rigorous and competitive program.  It is truly an honor to have two students accepted!  Please congratulate both young ladies for their accomplishment! 4-28-19


Brooke Early, and Kai Ellison have been selected as the Regional Youth Leadership Class of 2020 through the NKY Chamber of Commerce. They will work with 43 other high school juniors from Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky to build leadership skills, and encourage youth community involvement. Scott High School is one of the few schools honored to have two representatives in this class. 4-28-19


Parents, please help us keep our students well.  Letters will be coming home this week noting required Immunization Certificates. If you receive a letter, please make sure to follow up by contacting your son/daughters doctor and sharing updated certificates as soon as possible. Unfortunately, students without updated certificates will be excluded who have not obtained the required vaccines.

Attention:  Parents of students with medicine at School.  You will need to pick the medicine up by the last day of school (May 29).  Please contact the school nurse to make arrangements for medicine pick up. All left over medicine will be disposed.



MID-TERM PROGRESS REPORTS—Progress reports that were not picked up at Parent-Teacher Conferences on 4-11-19 are available in the front office for anyone who wants to pick theirs up. 4-13-19


Congratulations to the following Students for being Selected in GSP this summer:

Natalie Gardner
Caroline Meister
Conner Pattinson


GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS DELIVERY—Jostens will be at Scott on Friday April 26th, during lunch, to pass out Announcements orders. If you have not yet picked up your cap & gown, please see Ms. Brandi Kekua-Ellison in the Youth Resource Center or Mr. Shane Rogers.4-13-19


ANNUAL OUTDOOR POPS CONCERT—Grab your lawn chairs and blankets to join the Scott Band and Choir programs for a wonderful evening of outdoor pops performances! Our annual Pops Concert will be given outside the Eagles Nest on May 16 at 6:00 pm. We'll be performing music from Dear Evan Hansen, Game of Thrones, The Incredibles 2, Moana, and Mary Poppins Returns...just to name some!  4-11-19


SPRING BREAK—Kenton County Schools will be closed Monday, 4/15/19 through Monday, 4/22/19 for spring break. Students & Staff return Tuesday, 4/23/19.


Senior Graduation Meeting on April 24th. First meeting at 8:00 and a repeat meeting will be at 1:30 in the Auditorium. All Seniors need to attend at least one of the two meetings.4-11-19


MARCHING BAND COMPOSITE RETAKES-- Scott Marching Band will be reshooting their composite phots on Monday, April 8 from 10:30 am until 4:30 pm. The previous shoot was unusable, so this shoot will serve to replace it. Please make every effort to drop by and get yourself added to the new band room's very first composite picture of our 2018-2019 marching band!



APRIL SBDM/PRINCIPAL CHAT-- The April SBDM meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 9 at 6pm in the Library. All meetings are open to the general public. Dr. Sapp will be available for Principal Chat at 5:30pm and again following the meeting. The agenda is available on Scott’s website under the SBDM tab.4-2-19



Support your Peers, Classmates and fellow Eagles with Autism, Down Syndrome and other special abilities.

The Eagle Buddy Club is a Scott High School club that builds social relationships between students with disabilities and typical peers through fun activities and service learning.

Interested in seeing what we're all about?


WHERE: Meet in the cafeteria

TIMES: 2:30-3:45 pm

QUESTIONS: See Ms. Kinney or Mrs. Kramer




CONGRATULATIONS to the following on their performances at KMEA Solo & Ensemble this past weekend!


Distinguished Solo performances:

Hailey Ziegelmeyer

Keegan DeVore

Avery DeVore

Austin Jameison

Ian Powell


Distinguished Ensemble performances:

Hailey Ziegelmeyer

Ian Snider

Garrett Cady

Olivia Watson

Maddie Ford


Proficient Solo performances:

Cody Fry

Avery Bannister


Proficient Ensemble performance:

Cody Fry and Anastasia Gilligan



PRISM NIGHT (ARTS NIGHT AT SCOTT)—Join us at Scott High School for our first ever Prism Night: the celebration of all our arts programs on a single night, Friday, May 3rd at 6:00pm! View our two floors of art galleries, listen to our concert band and a cappella choir, and end the night with our drama program! It will be a special night of showing off the very best of Scott High School's artistic talents and is entirely free. We hope that you will join us!



PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES for 3rd trimester will be held on Thursday, April 11, from 5-7pm. Please make plans to attend to pick up your student’s progress report (they are not mailed) AND visit with their teachers. Parents are advised to schedule a time to meet with teachers at www.tinyurl.com/shsptc 3-31-19


Sophomores with 3.0+ GPA: Regional Youth Leadership applications are being accepted up until 4/3/19 at 9:00 AM. Apply online, and get signature page to Ms. Kekua-Ellison. https://regionalyouthleadership.weebly.com/forms-requirements--selection.html




SCOTT FOOTBALL MULCH SALE—The Scott Football team is selling mulch as a spring fundraiser. Prices start at $5.50 a bag and go down the more you order. Delivery is included. Please contact terrahc03@gmail.com to order or for more details. See flyer here.



SCOTT FOOTBALL MULCH SALE—The Scott Football team is selling mulch as a spring fundraiser. Prices start at $5.50 a bag and go down the more you order. Delivery is included. Please contact terrahc03@gmail.com to order or for more details. See flyer here.




KCSD High School Graduation dates have been set as follows:

Dixie Heights: Friday, May 31, 7 pm

Simon Kenton: Saturday, June 1, 9 am

Scott: Saturday, June 1, 1 pm

All high school graduation ceremonies will be held at BB&T Arena at Northern Kentucky University.




Join the 2019 Scott Marching Band as they begin preparations for next year's show: "and the Beast"! Next year will be full of exciting firsts. Not only will we will be in new uniforms but we will be using a new suite of music rooms! Membership is open to next year's 8th graders and up. Join today by filling out our online form at: https://forms.gle/tgMU4Tm2pJPdUKZbA! Afterwards, check out what we're up to at www.scotthsband.com




KENTON COUNTY SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED FRIDAY, MARCH 15—for a professional development day. 3-13-19


CONGRATS ART STUDENTS—Congratulations to the following art students who won awards at the Northern Region All-State Show!


1st Place- Cheyenne Pracht, ceramics, "Window to my Life"

1st Place- Ashley Stump, painting, "Chinatown"

2nd Place- Will Gibson, fiber arts, "Night in the Woods"

3rd Place- Sarah Hopper, fiber arts, "Monarch"

Honorable Mention- Brianna Tuttle, fiber arts, "In Bloom"

Honorable Mention- Joellie Delaney, fiber arts, "Stray Life"

Honorable Mention- Will Gibson, fiber arts, "Floral Batik"

Honorable Mention- Ashley Stump, mixed media, "Hidden Oasis"

Honorable Mention- Evelyn Hernandez, ceramics, "Golden Spheres"

Honorable Mention- Jacob Weber, ceramics, “Industrial Cup Set"



PROM—Prom will be May 4th from 7 to 11 at Paul Brown Stadium. Bring your dancing shoes!! 3-12-19


MARCH REGULAR SBDM CANCELLED—Scott’s regular SBDM Meeting scheduled for 3/12/19 is cancelled.  We are scheduling a Special SBDM meeting for 3/27/19 at 6pm to review the PD Plan and Allocations for 2019-20.  The agenda will be posted on Scott’s website as usual. Thanks for all your help and support. 3-6-19



2019 SCOTT BAND CAMP—The Scott Marching Band has set their Summer camps for their 2019 production "and the BEAST". These camps run from July 29-August 2 (12-4pm all, 5-9pm guard and percussion) and August 5-9 (12pm-10:30pm all). It is during this time that we bond, grow, learn, and become the 2019 Scott Band. In order to be a part of the 2019 Scott Marching Band, one must attend both camps in their entirety. This is a huge year for us: new rooms, new uniforms, new year...a new Scott Band! Join today at www.scotthsband.com  or by following this link: https://goo.gl/forms/ktckH7uO0bgkFn7x2




NEW BAND UNIFORM FITTINGS WEDNESDAY, 3/6, 11am-5pm—Any wind or percussion who is potentially marching with Scott Band next year will need to be at the Band Room at some point during our new uniform sizing window. This begins at 11am and runs until 5 pm. 3-5-19


BAND COMPOSITE PICTURES—The 2018 Scott Marching Band will be sitting for their first composite pictures on March 11 from 2:30-7pm. Guard members will need to bring their uniforms to change into. All students will need enough time to get into uniform and will need instruments. Guard who are participating in the Guard Clinic should plan to have their pictures taken after the clinic. 3-5-19


PARADE BAND PRACTICE—2019 Reds Opening Day Parade! Our practices are required for all who are marching with us and are from 3-4:30 on March 19 and March 21 here at Scott. We'll be combining at Simon Kenton High School on March 25 from 5-7, drumline 4-7. Details on transportation to come soon. 3-5-19



REPORT CARDS MAILED HOME—Report cards for 2nd trimester were mailed home Monday, 3/4/19.


INTERESTED IN COLOR GUARD? Scott Band is getting their 2019 season off the ground and that begins with color guard! If you’re interested in a fun activity that is challenging and involves fantastic uniforms, props, and flags…join us! To join, attend our 3 clinics—Mon. 3/11 from 3-4:30pm; Tues. 3/12 from 3-4:30pm and Fri. 3/15 from  3-5pm. You’ll need comfortable clothes you can be active in…we’ll supply all the flags, equipment, etc. These days will set our 2019 guard and will have you guys marching with us for this year’s Reds Opening Day Parade! Questions? Email Mrs. Miller at carla.miller@kenton.kyschools.us!   3-5-19


LAST WEEK FOR SENIOR DINNER DANCE TICKETS—It's the last week to buy Senior Dinner Tickets. It's going to be one WILD night for the class of 2019! Senior Dinner Dance is THIS Saturday, March 9 from 6:30-10:30pm at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens. Tickets include dinner, dancing, and animal encounters from 6:30-7:30 with a variety of zoo ambassadors. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased all this week at lunch and from Ms. Gore in room 1432.  3-5-19



Eagle Buddy Club St. Patrick’s Day Party--Where special connections begin…

Support your peers, classmates and fellow Eagles with Autism, Down Syndrome and other special abilities. The Eagle Buddy Club is a Scott High School club that builds social relationships between students with disabilities and typical peers through fun activities and service learning.


WHEN: Thursday, March 21, 2:30-3:45

WHERE: Meet in the cafeteria.

QUESTIONS? See Ms. Kinney or Mrs. Kramer




CALCULATORS NEEDED FOR ACT—Attention Juniors and Seniors taking the ACT on March 12th. Please bring calculators on March 12th! Graphing is best but any will do! 3-1-19


READ ACROSS AMERICA THIS SATURDAY AT FLORENCE MALL—Celebrate reading with Dr. Seuss-themed activities, characters and free books for children who attend! This year Dr. Webb will be one of the celebrity readers. See this flyer for complete details. Hope to see you at Read Across America on Saturday! 2-27-19


SET AUDITIONS—Auditions for Scott Eagle Theatre’s spring production of The Tempest are coming up on February 20th and 21st. Grab an info packet from Mr. Harris and sign up for your audition time or tech interview on the bulletin board outside the auditorium. 2-12-19


It's one WILD night for the class of 2019! Senior Dinner Dance will be March 9 from 6:30-10:30pm at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens. Tickets include dinner, dancing, and animal encounters from 6:30-7:30 with a variety of zoo ambassadors. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased from February 25 until March 8 at lunch and from Ms. Gore in room 1432. 2-7-19


PLEASE CHECK LOST & FOUND—There are many coats and other items that have been found over the past few weeks. Any items not claimed by Friday, 2/15/19 will be donated. 2-7-19



FEBRUARY SBDM/PRINCIPAL CHAT-- The February SBDM meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 12 at 6pm in the Library. All meetings are open to the general public. Dr. Sapp will be available for Principal Chat at 5:30pm and again following the meeting. The agenda is available on Scott’s website under the SBDM tab. 2-7-19



Scott is happy to have Mr. Allen as a guest speaker for interested students on 2/13/19 during Fly.  Please contact Ms. K for sign ups.


Damon v. Allen is a Senior Vice President and the Community Investment Officer for the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati (the “FHLB”). His responsibilities include oversight and administration of the FHLB’s Housing and Community Investment Department. Damon joined the FHLB in 1999 as the manager of the Credit Financial Analysis division within the FHLB’s Credit Services department. After several years in the Credit Services Department he joined the Housing & Community Investment Department in 2008.


Prior to joining the FHLB, Damon worked briefly for FedEx and served four years as a Captain in the U.S. Air Force. 


Damon holds a B.B.A. in Accounting from Howard University (Washington, DC) and a M.B.A. in International Business and Finance from The University of Miami (Coral Gables, FL).


He currently resides in Covington, KY with his wife and three kids.


He sits on the boards of Brighton Properties, Inc. (Covington, KY), NextStep, Inc. (Louisville, KY), and the Freestore Foodbank (Cincinnati, OH). Additionally, he also serves on the Board of Regents for the Kentucky Community and Technical Colleges System (Versailles, KY).


Fun facts: He once jumped out of an airplane (yes he had a parachute) and he’s twice played in the World Series of Poker (but didn’t make a dime)!






The Eagle Buddy Club is a Scott High School club that builds social relationships between students with disabilities and typical peers through fun activities and service learning.



WHERE: Meet in the cafeteria.

TIMES: 2:30-3:45 PM

QUESTIONS? See Ms. Kinney or Mrs. Kramer

Or contact our Eagle Buddy Club President/Vice President

Cheyenne Pracht: Cheyenne.Pracht@stu.kenton.kyschools.us

Summer Secrist: Summer.Secrist@stu.kenton.kyschools.us




VALENTINE ROSES—Looking for that last-minute Valentine’s day gift for that special someone?? Look no further. The sophomore class is selling roses with a message from you for $5 each to be delivered on Valentine’s day. Pre-sales will begin on Tuesday Feb. 5th and they are available until the 13th so don’t wait. Sales will be in the school cafeteria during lunch daily. 2-4-19


The Scott Lady Eagles Soccer Team had an outstanding 2018 season! They achieved many successes such as becoming the 37th District champion, being the 10th Region Runner-Up, and Head Coach Brian Runyon was named a NKY Coach of the Year.
We are looking for players if you are interested in playing during the Fall of 2019.
Being a part of a team is so rewarding: Make new friends, form new bonds, build character, become stronger, get motivated, believe in yourself, and achieve both personal and team goals.
Off-season conditioning has already started. We would love for you to join us!
If interested, please contact Brian Runyon at 304-210-5101. 
We are looking forward to the 2019 season! 2-4-19




Scott had a great showing at this weekend’s District Governors Cup! Our FPS Team and several individuals will be advancing to Regionals in February. Congratulations to the following:


Jayden Connelly 5th in Arts and Humanities and 3rd in Written Composition

Braden Eastham 4th in Arts and Humanities and 2nd in Science

Sarah Jordan 5th in Language Arts

Austin Major 4th in Social Studies

Scott Farrell 4th in Math

Hailey Ziegelmeyer 1st Composition


Sarah Jordan, Jayden Connelly, Austin Fessler, and Olivia Watson won 1st in Future Problem Solving

Scott was voted for the Hume Sportsmanship Award and are overall District Runners Up!



JANUARY BUDDY CLUB RESCHEDULE DATE—Support your Peers, Classmates and fellow Eagles with Autism , Downs Syndrome and other special abilities.

Come for fun, meet new friends! Snacks, drinks and games provided with love and gratitude by our MSD/STU parents.

WHEN: THURSDAY, 1/31/2019; WHERE: CAFETERIA ; TIME: 2:30-3:45




SCOTT EAGLE THEATRE CLUB MEETING—There will be a Scott Eagle Theatre club meeting on January 30th. There will be yoga and information about our upcoming show "The Tempest". We would love to see you all there. 1-28-19


•Justin Grindstaff is one of 3 finalists for the Brian William’s That’s My Boy Award.

•This award is given out by the Cincinnati Chapter of the National Football Foundation at its Scholar Athlete Banquet.

•This is a huge accomplishment and should be publicized.

•The banquet will be held on Feb. 28 at the Manor House in Mason, Ohio.

•This award takes 3 factors into consideration- Football accomplishments, Academic Accomplishments, and Extra Curricular Activities/Community Involvement.


More info can be found at this link:





MID-TERMS SENT HOME—The midterm report cards that were not picked up at last week’s Parent/Teacher conferences are being sent home with students today. If your students’ report had attachments, those were mailed home on Wed. 1-25-19


THE SOPHOMORE STUDENT COUNCIL will be meeting on Wednesday January 16th at 2:30 in Mr. Schwartz’s room 2410A. 1-15-19


FAMILY NIGHT AT EL JINETE— The softball team will be having family night at El Jinete, January 24th from 5-9. Come out and support the girls and enjoy some great Mexican food. See flyer here. 1-10-19



NEED YEARBOOK PICTURES—The Yearbook is looking for pictures for this year's book! If you have any great quality shots from Wild Wednesday, Jersey Thursday and Spirit Day Friday during Homecoming Week or any shots of you and your best friend(s), siblings, car, or pictures during class of any awesome projects or fun things you are doing in the different Departments including the Renaissance Academy, please send them to (859) 415-6888 or you can upload to our Yearbook ReplayIt App (available in the App Store). 1-10-19


DUAL CREDIT MEETING—PARENTS and STUDENTS: Are you interested in learning more about Dual Credit for your student? Please attend an informational session with NKU @6pm January 17th, Parent Teacher conference night. See Mrs. Holthaus for questions. Thank you. 1-10-19


SHAWNEE STATE LUNCH VISIT—Learn more about Shawnee State University on January 16th. A representative will be here during lunch. 1-8-19


NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY MEETINGS— The National Art Honor Society will meet the last Tuesday of every month immediately after school in Room 1440. See Ms. Sullivan with any questions. 1-8-19


EAGLE BUDDY CLUB: WHERE SPECIAL CONNECTIONS BEGIN—SUPPORT YOUR PEERS, CLASSMATES AND FELLOW EAGLES WITH AUTISM AND OTHER SPECIAL ABILITIES. The Eagle Buddy Club is a Scott High School club that builds social relationships between students with disabilities and typical peers through fun activities and service learning.


WHEN: THURSDAY, January 24, 2019

WHERE: Meet in the cafeteria.

TIMES: 2:30-3:45 PM


QUESTIONS? See Ms. Kinney or Mrs. Kramer 1-8-19


ARMY LUNCH VISIT—Join Sgt. Bailey from the Army on 1/9/19 during lunch if you'd like to learn more about joining the Army, and the benefits they offer. 1-8-19


Parent-Teacher Conferences for 2nd trimester will be held on Thursday, January 17, from 5-7pm. Please make plans to attend to pick up your student’s progress report (they are not mailed) AND visit with their teachers. Parents are advised to schedule a time to meet with teachers at tinyurl.com/shsptc 1-8-19


NATIONAL HISPANIC HONOR SOCIETY—If you would like to join NHHS or have questions we will have our initial meeting on January 8, 2019 at 2:45 in Ms. Norvell's Room, 2310A. Come and see what it is all about. 1-8-19


Home Heating Help, if you are experiencing financial hardship and are past due, or have a disconnect notice for your heating bill, the Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission may be able to help. 1-8-19



Please find the attached flyer for the upcoming New Year New Career Job Fair to be hosted by Kenton County Public Library – Erlanger on Thursday, January 17th from 1-4pm. We currently have 60 employers scheduled to attend as well as some partner organizations. Please refer to the reverse side of flyer for employer list. There will also be a Career Coaching session from 12-2pm for anyone interested in meeting with a professional career advisor.


For customers who access public transportation and anyone using the overflow parking lot, CVG Airport will provide a special shuttle from Dixie Hwy between 11:30am-3:30pm. Please note the shuttle will run every 15-30 minutes depending on flow of traffic. Library parking may be limited so please consider using the overflow parking for a warm, speedy transit to the library’s front door.






A message from Team Kenton and Scott High School

As we continue to build our community of strong compassionate learners, it is critical to teach responsible digital citizenship.  Students, parents, staff and community members are encouraged to report threatening or harmful social media posts because the Kenton County School District takes all reports very seriously.  We work with local law enforcement to investigate each incident as safety is our priority.  Open communication is important and students need to understand school-level consequences and legal ramifications for inducing panic, falsely accusing, terroristic threatening, and disorderly conduct. If there are concerns, make those reports to administration or law enforcement. Do NOT post warnings on social media accounts that could have long-term consequences both personally and professionally.  Technology is a wonderful tool if used correctly and the way it was intended by design. Let’s be kind and thoughtful before we leave our digital footprints on society.  As a staff, as parents and community members let’s continue this ongoing dialogue as we work together for a world-class education. 12-19-18



THANK YOU, EAGLE CLUB for the wonderful staff lunch today. We appreciate so much the support of our Scott parents & community! 12-18-18


JOSTENS RING DELIVERY DAY--JOSTENS will be at SCOTT HS for Class Ring Delivery Day this Thursday, December 13th during lunch. Please stop and pick up your class ring order. If you have a remaining balance due, please remember to bring your final payment with you so you can pick up your class ring on Delivery Day. Thank you!


JOSTENS GRAD ORDER DAY—SENIORS...Class of 2019.....this Thursday, December 13th will be JOSTENS "FINAL" In-School Graduation Order Day during lunch. If you have not yet placed your graduation order, this will be your "final" chance to turn in your order in person to the JOSTENS representative; otherwise, you will have to place your order online, by phone, or by mail. See the JOSTENS rep on Thursday, December 13th if you have any questions about ordering on time with the rest of your classmates. Thank you!  12-11-18


Annual Festive Sweater Day— Show your school spirit on Wednesday, Dec. 19 by wearing your best or worst holiday attire! You can choose classy or ugly but we encourage everyone to participate! Happy Holidays! 12-11-18


After school tutoring is available on Wednesday and Thursday this week in the library from 2:40 – 4:00 12-10-18


WINTER BREAK—Kenton County Schools will be closed December 20 through January 2. Students return on January 3. Happy Holidays! 12-10-18


OPEN & TUITION ENROLLMENT FOR 2019-20—The window for OPEN & TUITION ENROLLMENT for the 2019-20 school year is now open.  Applications were given out to current Open Enrollment & Tuition students on Dec. 10 and are also available in the front office. If you have a child that would like to be considered for enrollment at a different Kenton County School than they are districted in, for the 2019-20 school year, it is now time to fill out the Open Enrollment application. Students residing outside the Kenton County School District may apply for Tuition Enrollment. Any student currently on Open Enrollment or Tuition Enrollment, MUST also complete and turn in an application form no later than January 11, 2019 to assure consideration for acceptance for next school year. 12-10-18


HOLIDAY BAND CONCERT—Please join Scott and Woodland for a combined offering of festive music in the Scott HS gymnasium on December 13! WMS Beginning Band will begin playing at 6:00 with 7th and 8th grade bands performing at 7:00. Scott Choir will begin singing at 7:30, followed by Scott Band. The groups will then combine for a grand caroling finale. Join us for a magical night! 12-3-18


PICTURE RE-TAKES ARE IN—Please see Ms. Sullivan in Room 1440 to pick yours up. 11-26-18


GIRLS’ FAST PITCH FUNDRAISER—Come join us for family night at El Jinete. 10% of the proceeds goes to the girls fastpitch team, this Wednesday 11/28 from 4-9. Flyer link. 11-26-18


WORLD LANGUAGE TRIP MEETING—There will be a trip meeting for the world language 2020 summer trip to Europe at 7:15pm on Wednesday, December 5. This trip includes travel to France, Germany, and Spain! Come and get details about the trip and sign up. If you have any further questions please direct them to Frau Caudill or Senora Norvell. 11-20-19


THANK YOU EAGLE CLUB PARENTS! We are so grateful for all the support that our parents give us. This week’s staff lunch and student breakfast and prize drawings were great! We are so appreciative of all your efforts. 11-20-18


NHS BLOOD DRIVE TUESDAY 11/20—Students interested in the blood drive should see Mrs. Leavens before the end of the day TODAY. Students must be at least 16 years old to participate. 16 year olds need a parent consent form signed and all participants must bring an ID tomorrow for the appointment. 11-19-18



  • Scott Teachers and Staff...We are so grateful for you!!! On Monday, Nov. 19th, please come by the office conference room and grab a great lunch!!! Happy Thanksgiving!!!
  • Scott Students!!! On Tuesday, Nov 20th, please stop by the Eagle Club table in the cafeteria. After breakfast, enjoy a hot chocolate or a coffee, and a special treat!! We are so Thankful for our Scott Students! Happy Thanksgiving!!!  11-15-18


2017-18 YEARBOOK PICK-UP—The 2017-18 Yearbooks are in!!! Yearbooks will be available for pickup during lunch and immediately after school until 2:40. If you cannot pick up your book during these times, contact Mrs. Sullivan to make special arrangements (andrea.sullivan@kenton.kyschools.us ). You can only pick up YOUR book or a sibling's who has graduated. 11-15-18


REPORT CARDS—1st Trimester Report Cards are being mailed home today. 11-15-18


COLLEGE FAIR—Scott High School College Fair will be held on Friday, November 30th from 9:00 am-12:00 pm.  11-15-18


SET AT KENTUCKY THESPIAN FESTIVAL-- On November 9 and 10, Scott Eagle Theatre attended the Kentucky Thespian Festival, a conference celebrating high school theatre from around the state. While there, SET was able to perform their production of “The Okay Kids” by Hunter McKenzie, one of only 10 schools selected to perform, for over 400 high school students, college representatives, guests artists and theatre educators. Their performance received high marks from the adjudicators.

In addition, we would like to congratulate several students who received special honors:

  • Jayden Connelly and Connor Pattinson scored superiors for their duet scene performance and were selected to showcase at the closing ceremony.
  • Presley Poe was cast in the Kentucky Thespian Society's first ever All-State Show, “Among Friends and Clutter” by Lindsay Price, which will be performed at the 2019 Kentucky Thespian Festival.
  • Kambria Snider was selected to serve as one of eight State Thespian Officers for the next year. As an STO she will represent all all of Kentucky's theatre students, advocate for arts education, and help plan next year's festival.

We are so proud of these amazing Eagles! If you would like to see photos from the weekend, please visit our Facebook page, Scott Eagle Theatre.   11-15-18


THANKSGIVING LUNCH—Scott’s cafeteria will provide this special lunch of Turkey, Stuffing, Mashed potatoes, Green beans, Gravy, Cranberry sauce, Dinner rolls, and Pumpkin pie on Friday, 11/16/18 11-15-18


BRING CALCULATORS NOV. 13—Attention all students: Please bring calculators to use on the CERT (Practice ACT) test on November 13th and try your best. 11-9-18


Scott High School will have their Gender Equity Review Audit on Thursday, 11-8.  At 3:00 there will be an open forum where the committee from the KHSAA will go over their findings.  This will be in the library at 3:00 and is open to the public.  Please feel free to stop by and listen to the results. 11-8-18


Congratulations to Scott Teacher Andrea Sullivan--This Year’s Winner of the Excellence is Everywhere Award--Great Job Mrs. Sullivan! 11-2-18



  • Final exams will be held this Thurs. & Fri. so please make sure your student is in attendance.
  • Kenton County Schools are CLOSED Nov. 5 & 6.
  • TRIMESTER 2 BEGINS when students return to school on Wednesday, NOV. 7--Students will report to their 1st tri, 1st period class on Wed., Nov. 7 to pick up their final 2nd tri schedule. This is the schedule students are to follow until & unless they are issued a changed one. All schedule change requests must be submitted online through the link on the school website. 1st tri grades are planned to be finalized by the end of the following week & report cards will be mailed home afterward. 10-31-18


VETERANS DAY INVITATION— Scott High School would like to cordially invite, and would be honored to welcome, any family members of our students who are Veterans of the United States Military to join us here at Scott High School for our Veterans Day assembly on Friday, November 9, 2018. During the assembly, we will be recognizing all Veterans in attendance for their service, and will honor all those who have served who cannot be with us. The assembly will include performances by our Scott High School band and color guard, and other commemorations of the history and significance of Veterans Day.

Free breakfast and refreshments (from McDonalds) will be served to Veterans from 8am-9am. The school assembly to honor our Veterans will then be held from 9:00am-9:45am in Scott High School's gymnasium.

We respectfully ask that all veterans participating in the ceremony sign in at the front office at Scott High School at 8am on the morning of the assembly so that we can serve you breakfast and make sure to announce and honor your service during the assembly.

Please RSVP with your name, rank, branch, and years of service, as soon as possible to:

---By phone: 859-356-3146

---By Email: Jonathan.Moore@kenton.kyschools.us




LOST & FOUND ITEMS—Please check the lost & found bin in the front office if you’re missing an item of clothing, lunch container, etc. Everything not claimed by Friday 11/2/18 will be donated. 10-24-18


Lindsey Wilson College will be visiting Scott HS on Tuesday, October 30th, at 1:00 PM. If you're interested in attending please register here: https://goo.gl/forms/fa0xQiAOGfylXrWH3 10-22-18


BAND AND CHOIR CONCERT—Please join us for a night of music as both our band and choir put on their annual Fall Concert! Music begins at 7pm on November 1 in the Scott High School auditorium. Highlights include the choir's singing of Mozart and the band's playing of Saucedo. Join us for a musical night!


THE WINNER OF THE OLDEST CLASS RING CONTEST, sponsored by JOSTENS & Mike Beerman, is Savannah McDonald. Savannah brought a ring in from the Class of 1930. She will receive a “FREE” CLASS RING from JOSTENS for having the OLDEST CLASS RING. Congratulations Savannah!!!  10-18-18


[REVISED DATE] PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY is Tuesday, October 23rd , not Oct. 15th as originally announced. The photographers will be here from 10am-12noon. Any student or staff member who did not have their picture taken the first date should plan to have it taken on Oct. 23rd for ID purposes even if you do not want to purchase a package. For Seniors, this is the picture that will go in the Yearbook and on the Wall Composite so Seniors are encouraged to dress nicely. Picture forms are available from Ms. Sullivan or the front office. Also, you can order pictures online at Strawbridge.net using Scott’s school code 110691.  10-18-18


Scott High School would like to congratulate and welcome our two newest SBDM members for the 2018-2019 School year.  Teacher Asher Khan and Parent Nikki Simpson. 10-18-18


CONGRATULATIONS S.E.T! Scott Eagle Theatre had a great show at the Kentucky Theatre Association North Region Competition, where they received the award for "Excellence in Ensemble Cast," and Jayden Connelly was named to the All-Star Cast for the region. Congratulations all around! 10-18-18


EL JINETE FAST-PITCH FUNDRAISER—Come support the Lady Eagles Softball team on Oct. 24 with Family Night at El Jinete. Dine in only from 5pm-9pm, 10% of the profits go to the softball team. See flyer link. 10-18-18


Attention students and parents!  The end of the trimester is quickly approaching! Is your grade where you want it to be?  Do you need help?  After school tutoring will be available on the following dates from 2:40 – 3:40 in the library: 


Tuesday October 23rd  

Wednesday October 24th

Thursday October 25th

Tuesday October 30th

Thursday November 1st


We would love to see you there! 10-18-18


ARMY LUNCH VISIT—Interested in joining the Army? See what the Army has to offer you. See Sgt. Bailey in the cafeteria on 10/10/18 during lunch. 10-3-18


FALL PICTURES were handed out to students on October 3rd. RE-TAKE DAY is October 15th. Any student or staff member who did not have their picture taken the first date should plan to have it taken on Oct. 15th for ID purposes even if you do not want to purchase a package. Picture forms are available from Ms. Sullivan or the front office. Also, you can order pictures online at Strawbridge.net using Scott’s school code 110691.10-3-18


Any Woodland or Scott student interested in joining the swim team, season practices are being held Monday through Friday 3-4:30pm at Scott HS. You must have a completed participation packet turned in to the Scott Athletic Director before participating in practice or try outs.  This packet can be found on the Scott HS web page under the athletics link. Try outs for the swim team will be held October 10-11 during practice. If you have any questions please contact Coach Arnold at scottswimteam@gmail.com. 10-2-18


FCS Faith, Family and Fun Night Event—Please come out with FCS (Fellowship of Christian Students) for Fellowship, Fun with the Family and of course Food! We would love to have you at Scott's Eagle's Nest (or gym in case of rain.) Sunday, October, 28, 2018 @ 4:30. We will start promptly at 4:30. Hope to see you there! 10-1-18


Tryouts for girls basketball will begin on Monday Oct 15th at 3:00 to 5:00. Any girl wanting to tryout must have a completed participation packet from Athletic Director. See Coach Klette for schedule and details in room 1303 (English office). 10-1-18


HBA Opportunity—Are you interested in a good paying job, working with your hands, and learning on the job? If so, you might be interested in the construction field. Meet with the Home Builders Association on Oct. 25 from 1:30-2pm and learn more about construction trades, and training. Sign-up here https://goo.gl/forms/W8zcGyIBL8Xz7YDd2 or see Ms. Kekua-Ellison.10-1-18


NHS BLOOD DRIVE—National Honor Society will be hosting a blood drive with Hoxworth on November 20th. Signups to come. 10-1-18


Looking for a job? Silverlake will be in the cafeteria on Thursday, October 4th during lunch. Learn about their newest job openings in their family entertainment center.


DHL will also be here at lunch on the 4th.  9-28-18


SBDM MINORITY PARENT ELECTIONS—We will hold elections for our Minority SBDM position on Tuesday October 9th from 7-7:30am and 3-3:30pm in the Scott front lobby. The following people are running for the position: Toni Walden and Nikki Simpson.  9-27-18


Hanner’s Heroes is having a MANDATORY meeting on Monday, October 1. Any student who wants to apply to be a Hanner’s Hero should attend this meeting from 2:45-3pm in Mrs. Norris’s room (2610).


NAVY LUNCH VISIT—Interested in learning more about Northern Kentucky University? Join the admissions representative on 10/9/18 from 9:30-10:00 am. Sign up https://goo.gl/forms/Krg84bdVo2RKuzpD3  9-26-18


Scott’s football team and men’s & ladies’ cross country players are in the running for Enquirer’s Team/Players of the Week.


You can vote at https://www.cincinnati.com/story/sports/high-school/player-of-the-week/2018/09/24/vote-enquirer-high-school-athlete-week-sept-24/1409013002/  9-26-18


Bowling tryouts are Wednesday 10-3 from 6-8 at Bellewood Super Bowl.  You must have a participation ticket from Coach Fisk.  9-25-18


WRITING CLUB KICK OFF—Do you like to write? Join us for Writing Club Kick off, Wednesday, October 3 after school in room 1410A. See Ms. Yakimow if you have questions.  9-25-18


Financial Aid Tip for Students, September 2018


Pay attention to deadlines for financial aid

High school seniors should keep track of deadlines for applying for college financial aid. Here are some tips from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA):

•   File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after October 1.

•   Check with the financial aid offices of the schools to which you’ve applied to determine if they require any forms other than the FAFSA.

•   Look for scholarships using KHEAA’s “Affording Higher Education” and a free online scholarship search. You can find a link to a free search site under the “Paying for College” tab on www.kheaa.com.

•   Attend any college fairs and financial aid seminars offered at your high school or in your area. If a company charges a fee for helping with applications, remember that you can do that yourself for free. If you decide to pay for help, make sure the company is reputable by checking with the state Attorney General’s office or the Better Business Bureau in your area, as well as the area where the firm is located.

KHEAA is the state agency that administers the Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES). Its sister agency, the Kentucky Higher Education Student Loan Corporation (KHESLC), offers Advantage Loans to help students and parents pay for college or to refinance student loans. For more information, visit www.advantageeducationloan.com.

For more information about Kentucky scholarships and grants, visit www.kheaa.com; write KHEAA, P.O. Box 798, Frankfort, KY 40602; or call 800-928-8926, ext. 6-7214.  9-24-18


NKU VISIT—Interested in learning more about Northern Kentucky University? Join the admissions representative on 10/9/18 from 9:30-10:00 am. Sign up https://goo.gl/forms/Krg84bdVo2RKuzpD3 9-24-18


SENIOR QUOTES—The Yearbook staff will be putting senior quote under your senior portrait in this year's book. Quotes must be school appropriate and LESS THAN 15 words to be able to fit. Please think about what you would like your quote to be (something inspirational, something funny, something that describes you or motivates you, etc...). If you did not get the senior quote paper in your FLY, see Mrs. Sullivan (room 1440) for a paper or to turn in your quote ASAP! 9-24-18


See you at the pole this Wednesday morning before school on September 26th. Join Fellowship of Christian Students at the flagpole in front of Woodland Middle School for the Global Day of Prayer. Meet in Scott High School gym if it is raining. 9-24-18


Parent-Teacher Conferences for 1st trimester will be held on Thursday, September 27, from 5-7pm. Please make plans to attend to pick up your student’s progress report (they are not mailed) AND visit with their teachers. Parents are advised to schedule a time to meet with teachers at https://www.ptcfast.com/schools/Scott_High_School_Taylor_Mill_KY.  9-21-18


This is the link to sign up for Parent Teacher Conference



CLASS OF 2020...JUNIORS, the time has finally arrived for you to order your official Scott High School class ring or jewelry from JOSTENS. Class Ring Week at SCOTT HS has officially kicked off for all Juniors. Please visit www.jostens.com to DESIGN, PRINT, and BRING in your order form either on RING ORDER NIGHT on Wednesday, September 26th from 5pm to 7pm or during RING ORDER DAYS on Thursday & Friday, September 27th & 28th during lunch in the Cafeteria. 9-18-18


CLASS OF 2019 SENIORS...if you are interested in ordering your class ring or class jewelry from JOSTENS, it is not too late to do so. Extra ring packets are available in the main office from Ms. Holthaus in the CCR Center..


BOWLING PRACTICE—The Scott High School Bowling Team will be having its first practice for the upcoming season on October 3rd from 6-8pm at Superbowl Bellwood in Newport. The informational meeting will be held at the first practice and any students interested in joining are encouraged to come to practice and join the team! All are welcome, and we would love to have as many girls as possible join this year as we have not been able to field a full girls team for the past 3 seasons. Any students 7th grade or older are eligible to bowl. Questions regarding the team can be sent to assistant coach Chris Hill via email at radiacchill@yahoo.com  9-13-18


DUAL CREDIT MEETING FOR SPRING SEMESTER—Attention Parents of Students & Students wanting to take SPRING Dual Credit courses for either NKU or GATEWAY; Please Attend the Dual Credit Parent Night on September 19th at 6 PM in the cafeteria. We encourage students and parents to attend the night. There will be a short presentation followed by a question and answer time. See Mrs. Holthaus for any questions. 9-12-18


SET—Calling all fantasy geeks, gamers, role-players, cosplayers, and theatre nerds! Scott Eagle Theatre will be holding auditions and tech sign-ups for its fall production, She Kills Monsters, on September 25th from 3-5pm. Set in the far of time of the 1990s, She Kills Monsters follows “average” high school cheerleader Agnes on her journey into the fantastical realm of Dungeons and Dragons as she desperately tries to reconnect to her younger sister, a victim of a fatal car accident. Agnes must battle her way through orcs, faeries, demon cheerleaders, and boring boyfriends, to confront the dragon queen Tiamat and rescue  the Lost Soul of Athens!

      We are looking for enthusiastic actors and techies to help us bring this world to life! Learn stage combat (there will be swords!) and puppetry! Help us create armor for our heroes or bring our monsters to life with special effects makeup! Take photos, build and paint the set, create and run social media campaigns, help solicit sponsors, bring any skills or talent you have! We want you!

     See the bulletin board outside the auditorium or Mr. Harris for more information! Are you ready to join our quest?  9-10-18


2018-19 Kenton County Dive Team

Parent/Diver Informational Meeting

Date: Sept 18th

Time: 7:30-8:30

Location: Scott HS Pool 


Any student in grades 6-12, interested in Diving the upcoming season must attend the information meeting.  Paperwork, schedule and requirements will be discussed.  


More Information, contact Coach Epperson 8594120013/kentoncountydiveteam@gmail.com  9-10-18


FCS FAITH, FAMILY, FUN EVENT—Come out with FCS for fellowship, fun with the family and of course food! We would love to have you at Scott's Eagle's Nest! This Sunday, September 9 @ 4pm.  9-6-18


BOOK CLUB—Attention all readers and book lovers, please join us for our first book club meeting of the school year on Wednesday, Sept. 12th. We will be meeting after school in the library. Please bring a friend and the titles of some books you would like to read this year. 9-5-18


GSP: JUNIORS—The deadline to give Mrs. Ison your "Letter of Intent" to apply for the 2018-19 Governor's Scholars Program is Friday, September 7. You can get a form from Mrs. Ison or download from Scott's website at http://scottcounseling.weebly.com/governors-programs.html  9-4-18


The Neon Nights of Scott Homecoming 2018 are sure to be LIT! The dance will be September 22nd from 7pm-11pm at Scott High School. Tickets will be $20 and can be redeemed for a drink from concessions. Students may purchase tickets from Sept. 17-21 at lunch in the cafeteria and before or after school in room 1432. 9-4-18


FCS MEETING CHANGE— Due to the holiday FCS will meet on Wednesday this week in room 1410A after school. 9-4-18 


SEPTEMBER SBDM/PRINCIPAL CHAT-- The September SBDM meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 4 at 6pm in the Library. All meetings are open to the general public. Dr. Sapp will be available for Principal Chat at 5:30pm and again following the meeting. The agenda is available on Scott’s website under the SBDM tab. 8-30-18



1.  Students are not permitted to carry medications. The only medications students are permitted to carry are those emergency medications specifically written to be self-carry by their doctors and the order MUST be submitted to the school nurse.

2. Parents can find the Medication Administration form on the KCSD website or you may contact the school Nurse for a copy.

3. Medication orders expire at the end of the school year and must be submitted at the beginning of each school year.

4. New updated Immunization Certificates were due on the first day of school. These should of included the new Hep A (2 dose), Tdap, and Meningococcal. Exclusion letters will be coming home in the next 2 weeks. Please send in copy if you have not done so. 8-30-18


Sophomore class officer meeting TODAY, Wednesday the 29th at 2:45 in room 2410A. 8-29-18


DANCE TEAM—Any student interested in Dance Team should stay Friday, Aug 31 for a brief meeting in Mrs. Dressler's room 1440a at 2:30. 8-29-18

FCS, Fellowship of Christian Students, will begin meeting this Monday, August 27 after school in room 1410A. All students are welcome. 8-27-18

FALL PICTURE DAY— Fall Picture Day for all students is next Monday, August 27. This is the picture that will be in the yearbook so all students & staff members must have their pictures taken whether or not they are purchasing them. A schedule will be announced/posted and if you are off campus during your scheduled time, please have your picture taken while you are on campus. Picture forms are available online at strawbridge.net using school code 110691. Any questions, see Mrs. Sullivan. Picture Day Schedule link.  8-24-18