DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

2019-20

FALL CONCERT—Join the Scott High School Music Department as they give their annual Fall Concert on October 29th. Performers are to arrive in concert black at 6 with the concert beginning at 7 in the SHS Auditorium. 10-10-19

 

There is a senior meeting for graduation “stuff” coming up this Thursday at 7:45.  If Seniors can’t make the meeting, there will packets available in the office and counseling center. 10/8/19 

 

SCHOOL PICTURES will be handed out in FLY on Wednesday, September 9. If your student is not on campus at Scott during the day, they can pick theirs up in the front office beginning Thursday, September 10.
Picture retake day is schedule for Monday, October 28 and pictures can be ordered at mylifetouch.com using code EVT9DG97W. Picture Retake Day Flyer 10/8/19

 

LADY EAGLES SOFTBALL FUNDRAISER—Please support the Lady Eagles softball team by enjoying family night at El Jinette on Wednesday, October 30th from 4-9pm. See the flyer here. We are raising funds for new uniforms this year. 10/8/19

 

JROTC Presenting Colors at the Reds Game VIDEO

 

SRO Meeting at Scott—Kenton County School District's SRO will hold their first meeting of the school year at Scott High School on Wednesday October 9 in the multipurpose room. A large number of police cruisers will be in the parking lot and a equal number of officers will be at the meeting. 10-7-19

 

MID-TERM PROGRESS REPORTS that were not picked up at last week’s Parent/Teacher conferences are being handed out to students Monday & Tuesday this week to bring home. 10-7-19

 

VETERAN’S DAY PROGRAM--Dear parents, guardians, and community members, Scott High School would like to cordially invite, and would be honored to welcome, any United States military veterans closely related to one of our students, or veterans who are members of our surrounding communities to join us here at Scott High School for our Veterans Day assembly. This year’s assembly will be held on Monday, November 11, 2019. 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 will be served to veterans in attendance 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 upon arrival the morning of the assembly so that we can serve you breakfast and make sure to accurately announce and honor your service during the assembly.

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

---(preferably) by Email to: Jonathan.Moore@kenton.kyschools.us

---or by Phone at: (859) 356-3146

10/2/19

 

Seniors - Your FAFSA Opens October 1st

Seniors who are planning on going to college next year MUST fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  All colleges require it, even if you think you won't qualify for financial aid.

 

The FAFSA for current seniors will open on October 1.  The funds are dispersed on a first-come, first-served basis.  Once the funds are depleted, they are gone.  Don't put off filing the FAFSA.

 

FAFSA Application is at fafsa.gov

FAFSA Completion Guide

9/30/19

 

COMPOSTING PROGRAM—We are beginning a composting program at Scott High School!! You will soon see bins in the cafeteria for dumping specific types of food waste. You can add fruit, veggies, and any paper products to this bin. The Ecology + Plant Science classes will be in charge of making sure that it gets to the compost bins in the courtyard, and we will use the compost to enhance our gardens here at Scott! Please see Mrs. Norris if you have any questions.  9/30/19

NEW CHECK-IN PROCEDURES—Please see the official notification of new sign-in procedures effective immediately in this Principal Letter. Please be sure to bring your drivers license (or photo ID if you don’t have one) when you visit the school. Thank you. 9/30/19

 

PIE IN THE FACE—Tickets are for sale during lunch for students to win the opportunity to throw a pie in a teacher's face during the pep rally this Friday. Tickets are 2 for $1.

Thank you for supporting the Class of 2022! 9/26/19

 

NHHS—Have you heard about NHHS? Come and find out what we're about, how to join, and what is happening this year. The meeting will be on 10-4-19 from 2:45 to 3:15 in room 2310A. See Mrs. Norvell with any questions. 9/26/19

 

Parent-Teacher Conferences for 1st trimester are scheduled for Thursday, October 3, 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://ptcfast.com/schools/Scott_High_School_Taylor_Mill_KY 9-25-19

 

 

FALL BREAK—Kenton County Schools are closed Friday, Oct. 11 through Monday, Oct. 14. Have a safe Fall Break! 9-25-19

 

 

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FALL HARVEST CRAFT SHOW--Fly into the holiday shopping season with the Lady Eagles Fall Harvest Craft Show. Local vendors and crafters will be offering their unique finds to the community on October 26th from 10-4pm at Scott High School!! If you are interested in being a vendor, please email scottladybball@gmail.com.

Craft Show Flyer

9/24/19

 

After school tutoring is now available after school in the library until 4pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  All are welcome to attend! 9-24-19

 

Homeland Security Awareness Day will be 10/1/19 for Homeland Security Classes from 11am to 2 pm at the Scott High School sports complex. Equipment from the National Guard, Kenton Co Swat, Air Evac Lifeteam and Taylor Mill FD will be providing static displays for our students. 9/23/19

 

Junior and Senior students please sign up for a visit from University of Cincinnati on Oct. 2 from 10:30-11:30am in the Multi-Purpose room, if you possibly want to attend UC upon graduation. https://forms.gle/wEXEmnw6vTBvxRFj8

9-20-19

 

Scott High School would like to restart the Dance Team.  If you are interested in trying out please see Coach Fisk in the cafeteria on Wednesday 9/25 at 2:20. 9/19/19

 

"See you at the pole". Meet with FCS in the gym this coming Wednesday morning, September 25, before school for the global day of prayer. 9-19-19

 

Waiver of Fees

The Kenton County School Board recognizes that while certain fees charged students are appropriate and authorized, some students and their families are not financially able to pay the fees .  A student can be granted a waiver of fees charged by the school if the student meets the income eligibility guidelines free or reduced price meals published by the Federal Government.

Students eligible for a fee waiver qualify for free school supplies and instructional resources. Please contact the school office or Family Resource Center Coordinator, Trisha Frazier, for an application or more information. The application and application process will be treated as any other student record and student confidentiality will be maintained.

Please check with your school’s administration for a list of waived fees. Note that fines or charges assessed for damage or loss to school property are not fees and will not be waived.

Applications may be made at any time but must be renewed annually. 9-17-19

 

SET Auditions and tech sign-ups for Scott Eagle Theatre's production of "Dearly Beloved" will take place on September 24 and 25 from 3-5pm. See Mr. Harris in Room 2230A for an audition packet.  9-17-19

 

SCOTT’s PICTURE RETAKE DAY is scheduled for October 28 for any student who did not have theirs taken on the original day (or who would like theirs re-taken). All students need to have their picture made even if they are not purchasing a package for yearbook and identification purposes. This is also Seniors’ last chance to have their photos made for the Yearbook. Forms are available from Mrs. Sullivan or orders can be placed online at mylifetouch.com. 9-13-19

 

2019 Homecoming DANCE tickets will be on sale during lunch from Sept. 16th until Sept. 27th. IGNITE students can purchase tickets after school on Thurs. & Fri. 9/19-9/20 in Room 2410A from 2:15-3:30p. If you want to bring a student from another school, please see Mr. Schwartz or Ms. Snow. Tickets are $20 each. The dance will take place on Sat., Sept. 28th in the school cafeteria from 7-11pm. 9-12-19

 

Picture day Schedule

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ydbbZBNp6YwyZ2qCc234TAo4YlMkQVlsoR6JpORorKA/edit?usp=sharing

9-6-19

 

FALL HARVEST CRAFT SHOW--Fly into the holiday shopping season with the Lady Eagles Fall Harvest Craft Show. Local vendors and crafters will be offering their unique finds to the community on October 26th from 10-4pm at Scott High School!! Craft Show Flyer

9/6/19

 

Fellowship of Christian Students will have their first meeting this coming Monday, September 9, after school in room 1410b. Regular meetings will be every Monday. All students are welcome. See Mr. Chow for more information. 9-6-19

 

PICTURE DAY--School picture day will be on Tuesday, September 10th for ALL underclassmen. Pictures will be taken in the auditorium. Schedule to be announced. Picture Day Flyer 8/30/19

 

NHHS first meeting of the year—Do you want to join? Know what it's about? Come join us on August 30 at 2:45 in Room 2310A to find out. See Ms. Norvell for more information.  8-28-19

 

There will be a short meeting for any girl interested in playing basketball after school in the Cafeteria on September 4.  8-28-19

 

ACADEMIC TEAM—There will be a mandatory meeting on Wednesday 8/28 at 2:45pm in room 2432 for any students wishing to participate in Academic Team this year. For more information, please see Mrs. Meyer. 8-27-19

 

Student council meeting for all student councils Freshman through Seniors with sponsors, there will be a meeting on Tuesday August 27th in room 2410A at 245pm. Please see Mrs Snow or Mr Schwartz with any questions.  8-23-19

 

Letter from Dr. Webb 8-21-19

 

SENIOR PICTURES—Scott Seniors are encouraged to have their Senior portraits taken for the yearbook during Scottfest on Saturday August 17 from 10am-2pm and again on Monday Aug. 19 from 8am-1pm in the school auditorium. No appointment is needed. Seniors who cannot make these first two sessions will be offered another portrait date during the Fall picture Retake Day to be announced. Two portraits will be taken of each Senior, one a formal shot and one a more casual shot. Payment and orders can be made upon receipt of the proofs for those who wish to purchase. For students who want a more in-depth photo session, please contact LifeTouch Studios directly. LifeTouch Senior Portrait Flyer

8-16-19

 

BACK TO SCHOOL—This is a reminder that Scottfest, our beginning of year event for all students & parents, is being held on Saturday August 17th from 10am-2pm. You can tour the school, check out the club & activity booths, purchase parking permits and get ready for school to start! The first day for students is Wednesday August 21st. The DRAFT versions of students’ class schedules are now viewable online through the Infinite Campus student & parent portals. A printed FINAL schedule will be given to students in their first-period class on the first day of school.  Class lists will be posted in the hallways. Students are not required to have specific supplies for classes, but are encouraged to utilize the types of learning materials they find most useful. Supplies for students to take notes and organize materials are essential. Important forms will also be sent home the first day and we ask that you complete & return them as soon as possible. Also, for all Ignite Institute questions, please contact the administration at Ignite at 859-817-3570. 8-7-19

 

STUDENT SCHEDULES ONLINE--The DRAFT version of students' class schedules are now viewable online through the Infinite Campus student & parent portals. A printed FINAL copy will be given to students in their first-period class on the first day of school, August 21st. Class lists will be posted in the hallways.

 

For students taking dual-credit college classes this fall, those classes will be added to schedules during the week of August 5th. For information on dual-credit classes, please email jill.holthaus@kenton.kyschools.us.

 

For all Ignite Institute schedule questions, you will need to contact the administration at Ignite at 859-817-3570.

8/2/19

 

 

AUGUST SBDM/PRINCIPAL CHAT-- The August SBDM meeting will be held on Tuesday, August 13 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.

7-31-19

 

2019-20 PARKING PASSES—Parking passes will be on sale in the front office beginning at Scottfest, Saturday, August 17 and will continue through the school year. In order to obtain a parking pass, students must do the following:

  • Complete the application linked here (front & back, parent’s signature required)
  • Bring in copies of the student drivers’ license, current proof of insurance card
  • Pay $20 fee (cash or check made payable to Scott High School 7-31-19

 

WORK-BASED LEARNING—“For your convenience, Work-Based Learning paperwork is linked here on Scott High School’s website.  Print out the paperwork, fill in the necessary information and turn it in to Frau Caudill in Room 2342 OR in her mailbox in the Front Office.”

Work-Based Learning Guidelines

WBL Permission to Drive Form

7-26-19

 

Congratulations to Mayo Howlett who was selected to attend Boys Nation in Washington D.C. 

 

Two representatives from each of the 49 Boys States represent their state at Boys Nation in Washington, where the young leaders receive an education on the structure and function of federal government.

At the event, each delegate acts as a senator from his Boys State. The young lawmakers caucus at the beginning of the session, then organize into committees and conduct hearings on bills submitted by program delegates.

Senators learn the proper method of handling bills, according to U.S. Senate rules. Participation in the political process is emphasized throughout the week, including organization of party conventions and nominating and electing a president and vice president.

The week of government training also includes lectures, forums and visits to federal agencies, national shrines, institutions, memorials and historical sites. On Capitol Hill, Boys Nation senators meet with elected officials from their home states. 7-19-19

 

Congratulations to Scott High School teacher Bill Schwartz--Today at a banquet in Louisville Mr. Schwartz was awarded educator of the year by the 2019 Kentucky Association of School Resource Officers. This award is in recognition of his work with the students of Scott High School and local first responders to develop, implement, and teach classes in Scott's Homeland Security Program. In just it's second year of implementation, Mr. Schwartz assisted over 100 student receive multiple FEMA certifications and over 60 students receive their Emergency First Responders Certification. Thank you Mr. Schwartz for all you do. 7-19-19

 

SCOTTFEST 2019—Scott Fest will be held on 8/17/19 from 10:00am to 2pm in the Scott High School Cafeteria. Join us for school tours, club booths and information sessions. Parking passes will be for sale in the front office. 7-15-19

 

Attention Seniors:  If you are planning to do Work-Based Learning for the 19-20 school year. Mrs. Caudill will be doing an early sign up day on July 25 from 10 a.m to 2 p.m in the front office at the school.  At this time you can pick up the necessary paperwork for the program so you can start Work-Based Learning on the first day of school.  Also, if you would like to be a peer tutor, teacher aide, or office assistant, those applications will be available on this day as well. 7-15-19