Remaining Important Dates for 2017

Here are some Important Dates to Remember, and mark your calendars with. Friday, April 28th- SHS Speech & Debate Team's Speech Showcase... 6:30pm Breck Auditorium. Thursday, May 4th- May Fest at 8PM... Breck...

April Issue on sale next week!

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March 23, 2017No Comments

Prom 2017: Administrators seeking to enhance prom once again

Casey Hendrickson, Courier Website Manager

Promposals, dress shopping, and reservations are in full spring for this year’s Junior-Senior Prom. Many are excited for this much awaited night on April 22 in Indianapolis. With that said, there are some students that have a hard time with this time...

March 15, 2017No Comments

Are your news sources biased?

Evan Aldridge, Courier Sports Editor

With mass media and a plethora of news outlets in the world, along with different points of view on certain topics, one of the big questions out there is what news can be trusted, along with what sources. Mr. Hensley’s government classes research current...

March 15, 2017No Comments

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April Issue on sale next week!

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March 23, 2017No Comments

April Issue on sale next week!

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2016-17 Speak Up Technology Survey

Shelbyville Central Schools and the Indiana Department of Education are participating in a nation-wide survey on technology use. To better serve our students' technology needs, we are asking for students, parents, teachers and administrators to participate in this short survey. You do not have to provide an email address or any other personal contact information. You just have to identify the school your student attends. We appreciate your participation. Click here http://www.speakup4schools.org/speakup2016/ to start the survey -- Our secret word for the survey is: gold Survey Open Until January 27th, 2017. Speak Up, a national online research project facilitated by Project Tomorrow®, gives individuals the opportunity to share their viewpoints about key educational issues, particularly concerning 21st century education and technology.

April Issue on sale next week!

Be on the lookout for The Courier on sale during Lunch and during Announcements next week!

March 23, 2017No Comments

Prom 2017: Administrators seeking to enhance prom once again

March 15, 2017

Are your news sources biased?

March 15, 2017

Travel: SHS France Trip taking shape

March 15, 2017

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