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  • Principal's Week

     Ralph Northam recognizes January 29-25, 2020 VA School Principal's Appreciation Week.

    Principal's Week

     

     

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  • Parents and community members are invited to offer input regarding the development of the school division’s FY21 budget. The input gathered will be used as we determine the best allocation of resources to support an excellent educational program. We encourage you to lend your voice at one of the following opportunities: 

    budgeting tools such as graphs and computers - Monday, January 13, 6:00 p.m.

       Council Chambers, City Hall (prior to the regular meeting)

    - Tuesday, January 14, beginning at 5:00 p.m.

       High School gym lobby before the JV and Varsity Basketball games

    - Friday, January 17, beginning at 5:00 p.m.

       High School gym lobby before the JV and Varsity Basketball games

     

    The development of the Staunton City Schools budget is a complex process and we appreciate your willingness to provide input.  All survey responses must be submitted by February 11, 2020. To lend your voice to the conversation please complete the survey by visiting the Budget Survey page.

     

     

     

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  • SCS Releases Division-Wide Accreditation Data

     

    View the news release and summary of accreditation data for Staunton City Schools. 

     

     

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Staunton High School Announcements

  • Thursday January 23, 2020

     

    1. Staunton High School is looking for current 10th and 11th graders interested in attending a Dialogue Diversity Day on March 11 at University of Lynchburg.  The theme is “Standing up to Stereotypes” and the program will help participants to recognize prejudice and intolerance, and to respect others.  Please see Mr. Lawrence in room 206 or Ms. Hahn in guidance if you would like more information or an application.  Deadline for signup is Friday, Jan. 31st." 

     

    1. National Honor Society- 2 Important things---- 1. Reminder to bring in money for chocolate. 2. Pick up your sheets for Quarter 3 volunteer hours from Mrs. Pollak.

     

    1. Attention all Seniors and Juniors……All outstanding student fees will need to be paid before the purchase of prom tickets. Please see Ms. Cash- Bookkeeper in the Main Office.

     

    1. Attention Football players…. Off season weight training will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school 3:15-4:45PM.

     

    1. Congrats to Fiona McGhee and Bonnie Rossen for placing 1st in the forensic county meet yesterday. The team placed 3rd Good Job!!

     

    1. Any 10th and 11th graders interested in to applying Valley Vo Tech or Governor’s School need to talk to their school counselors. Valley Vo Tech applications are due February 20th.

     

    1. Reminder that on Wednesday’s after school from 3-4:00PM in the counseling department there will be Scholarship Workshops.

     

    1. The chorus department will be hosting an open mic night you have a special talent that you want to show off, sign up to perform for a supportive audience! The cost is $2.00 to perform and $4 to watch the show! Please see Ms. Harner in the choir room if you would like to sign up to perform. Otherwise, we hope you will come out to see your talented classmates and even the stand-up comedy of Mr. Hatcher!!! So come out and support our choral department on January 29th at 6:00PM in the cafeteria.!

     

    1. #WhaleFact: In addition to less plastic, less waste in general is great for the environment, plus it makes maintaining our landfill less expensive!  Try to throw away only items that can’t be donated, reused, recycled, or composted. You’ll flip when you see how empty your trash can is when you take it down to the curb!  Speaking of takedowns, Killer Whales have been known to hunt Great White Sharks and even moose, but there’s no evidence of an Orca attacking a polar bear.

     

    1. The whale is here! This week SHS will be visited by Flippy the Whale, an art installation that demonstrates the dangers plastic poses to marine mammals and other sea life.  Check it out in front of the building starting today and be listening during announcements for whale facts and tips for reducing your plastic waste.
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