The Falcon Cross Country programs have produced three Semi-State Qualifiers. Senior Olivia LeMasters will represent the girls’ team after her 9th place finish in last week’s Regional race. The boys will be represented by Senior Alex Rozzell and Junior Chris Switzer, who both ran personal PR’s to advance. The Semi-State race is a return to the Regional course at Shelbyville High School. Races are at 3:00 and 3:45 p.m.
Southside Special Services students were able to attend Bradford Woods thanks to a grant from PTEF. Three of the students who attended had never been to Bradford Woods before, and those same three have also never been away from their parents overnight before. The program, MOVE (Mobility Opportunities Via Education/Experience) is a structured program and collaborative effort between the learner, professionals, care providers and families that teaches skills in functional activities. The students loved Bradford Woods. Thank you to the Perry Township Educational Foundation for this opportunity.
The Falcon boys soccer team defeated Center Grove 1-0 to advance to the Semi-State round of the IHSAA State tournament. The winning goal was scored by Senior Noah Nash with 17:30 left to go in the game. This is only the second time in school history that the Falcons have won the Regional title. The first Regional title was won in 1997. The Falcons will travel to Jeffersonville High School on Saturday, October 22nd. They will take on North Central at 10:00 a.m. The Semi-State Championship will be played at 7:00 p.m.
Construction continues on the Kindergarten Center at Douglas MacArthur.
Construction continues on the Kindergarten Center at Rosa Parks Elementary.
The staff of Winchester Village thanked our wonderful construction workers with a huge breakfast celebration. Thank you for building our beautiful new school!!
Eleven Southport High School students represented SHS at the Riley Dance Marathon High School conference on Sunday at IUPUI. The conference was for high school dance marathons and was hosted by the the Riley Children’s Foundation. There were 300 other students from over 35 high schools around the state of Indiana. The students attended workshops related to student leadership and goal setting. The purpose of the conference was to help our students continue to feel Inspired to make a difference for the Kids and families at Riley Hospital for Children.
The Marching Cards received Gold Ratings from judges at the Indiana State School Music Association’s Marching Festival on Saturday here at Southport’s stadium. The Marching Cards received Gold ratings from each of the judges with 2 scores being nearly perfect. Their performance was so strong they also received With Distinction medals for Outstanding Music and Outstanding Visual performance. Great job Marching Cards!
Mr. Blakley created a “Breakout” Lesson for his 5th grade Homecroft students. Students had to use text evidence to answer the clues and unlock the locks. 3 groups were able to Breakout!!!