•          Tuesday, May 28, 2019

    • Date: Wednesday, May 29th, 2019  

                Time:  11:40 AM  

                 Location:  SSHS Main Gym Lobby

     

               Adan Ramirez (Soccer) = College of the Redwoods in Eureka, CA 

              Hunter Dudley (Baseball) = Clark College in Vancouver, WA
             Alex Van Dyne (Baseball) = Folsom Lake College, CA 

             Ryan Fauls (Track and Field) = Yuba College in Marysville, CA

     

     

    • Elevator keys: Students that have elevator keys must have them turned in by this Friday 5/28 for inventory. ( Bergstrom 5/28-5/31)

     

    • If you have not picked up your cap and gown please come to the front office, before school, lunch, afterschool, or your off campus to pick them up. (Lewis 5/23-)

     

    • Students/parents are not allowed to order food and have it delivered to our campus.It is district policy not to accept outside food source for students from Grubb Hub, Uber Eats or any other food delivery service.

     

     

    • If you’re thinking about joining Cross Country, pre-season summer training has started! Come to see Coach Beadell in room 228 to get more information and sign up. ( Beadell  5/28-)

     

    • Cougars, Yearbooks are on sale on the school’s webstore until May 30th.  On May 31st, you will be able to pick up your Yearbook beginning at lunch in the Westside quad courtyard.  If you did not order a Yearbook, you can buy one for $100 beginning May 31st.  If you have any questions, see Ms. Martinez in room 113. ( Martinez 5/23)

     

    • Juniors, you can take your senior tux and drape photo at SSHS on July 22-26 from 9 am to 2 pm. (Martinez 5/23)

     

    • BOYS SOCCER SUMMER PRACTICE

     

               Coach Mora will be having summer practice on the SSHS soccer field

                every Tuesday and Thursday starting July 16, 2019 from 7:00 pm-8:30    pm.(Sterett 5/23-)

     

     

     

     

     

    • Students, if you will be appealing your absences because you did not meet the 90% attendance requirement for the spring semester, all Attendance Appeal Applications are due to the Main Office not later than Monday, June 3rd @  3 PM.  90% attendance is required to earn a credit in a class, even if you are passing the class!!  Late applications may not be considered so get them in on time!  For applications and questions, see the Attendance Secretaries in the Main Office. ( Marin 5/22-6/3)

     

     

     

    • The Annual Book Return is around the corner!  Students, this week  you are returning all of the books you have ever checked out from our library, your teachers, or even other Washoe County schools on May 30th and 31st.   Be prepared to bring in ALL of your books on that Thursday or Friday. 

     

     

    • Seniors will return their books in their social studies classes.

                Juniors will return their books in their English classes.

                Sophomores will return their books in their math classes.

                Freshmen will return their books in their biology classes.

               When you return all of your SSHS books without damages, any fines will get            deleted. ( Hefner (5/22-5/31)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Congratulations!  We have partnered with the Washoe County Public Library System to get you a library card.  Your library card is a free resource which allows you to have access to:

    • Books (of course)
    • Overdrive (audiobooks)
    • Databases (foreign languages, technical education, etc. )
    • Local and nationwide newspapers (great for current events)
    • Magazines (like Car and Driver, Cosmopolitan, Consumer Reports, Vogue, People etc.)
    • Free/discounted entry to museums, zoos, and planetariums in Nevada and California.
    • Plus DVDs, Blue Rays, and Video Games (Hefner5/23-)

     

     

    Do you want to be part of Fall Sports this year?

    These are the sports you can go out for:

    Cheer (deadline Friday, May 24, 2019)

    Football

    Boys & Girls Soccer

    Girls Golf

    Boys & Girls Cross Country

    Boys & Girls Tennis

    Girls Volleyball

     

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, August 16, 2019 (Friday May 24, 2019 for Cheer ( ANDERSON 5/1/19

     

     

     

    Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Thursday, May 23, 2019

     

    If you are interested in coming out for the Cross Country team, there will be a meeting to sign up at lunch TODAY in Mrs. Beadell’s room 228.  Summer training is starting soon. Come check it out! ( Beadell 5/21-5/23)

     

     

    Unfortunately, due to the weather the Washoe Noshery Food Truck has been cancelled for today.

     

    SSHS Senior Student-Athlete Signing Ceremony

     

    Date: Wednesday, May 29th, 2019  

    Time:  11:40 AM  

    Location:  SSHS Main Gym Lobby

     

    Adan Ramirez (Soccer) = College of the Redwoods in Eureka, CA 

    Alex Van Dyne (Baseball) = Folsom Lake College, CA ( A, Anderson 5/23-5/29)

     

     

     

    Students, if you will be appealing your absences because you did not meet the 90% attendance requirement for the spring semester, all Attendance Appeal Applications are due to the Main Office not later than Monday, June 3rd @  3 PM.  90% attendance is required to earn a credit in a class, even if you are passing the class!!  Late applications may not be considered so get them in on time!  For applications and questions, see the Attendance Secretaries in the Main Office. ( Marin 5/22-6/3)

     

     

     

    Any Senior student who is interested in singing at graduation is asked to meet with Ms. Hart and other admins on Friday, May 24th   for an audition.  The song selection should be in the context with lyrics that will pay tribute to parents or has lyrics that are sentimental in nature that would be reflective of growing up  and/or transitioning into adulthood/life.

     

    Please plan to meet with Ms. Hart  this Friday at 12:40 p.m. in the Choir Room, which is Room 143 ( Ms. Hart 5/21-5/24)

     

    The Annual Book Return is around the corner!  Students, next week you are returning all of the books you have ever checked out from our library, your teachers, or even other Washoe County schools on May 30th and 31st.   Be prepared to bring in ALL of your books on that Thursday or Friday. 

    Seniors will return their books in their social studies classes.

    Juniors will return their books in their English classes.

    Sophomores will return their books in their math classes.

    Freshmen will return their books in their biology classes.

    When you return all of your SSHS books without damages, any fines will get deleted. ( Hefner (5/22-5/31)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Congratulations!  We have partnered with the Washoe County Public Library System to get you a library card.  Your library card is a free resource which allows you to have access to:

    • Books (of course)
    • Overdrive (audiobooks)
    • Databases (foreign languages, technical education, etc. )
    • Local and nationwide newspapers (great for current events)
    • Magazines (like Car and Driver, Cosmopolitan, Consumer Reports, Vogue, People etc.)
    • Free/discounted entry to museums, zoos, and planetariums in Nevada and California.
    • Plus DVDs, Blue Rays, and Video Games (Hefner5/23-)

     

     

    Do you want to be part of Fall Sports this year?

    These are the sports you can go out for:

    Cheer (deadline Friday, May 24, 2019)

    Football

    Boys & Girls Soccer

    Girls Golf

    Boys & Girls Cross Country

    Boys & Girls Tennis

    Girls Volleyball

     

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, August 16, 2019 (Friday May 24, 2019 for Cheer ( ANDERSON 5/1/19-

     

     

     

     

     

     

    • Interested in trying out for the cheer and stunt team?  Tryout packets can be found in the main office, or in Ms. Martinez’s room, 113.  Packets are due May 17th.

    ( Martinez 4/29/19-

     

     

     

     

            

     

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Tuesday, May 21, 2019

     

     

    Seniors, Jostens will be here Wednesday May 22 to deliver cap and gowns for graduation during lunch, in the gym lobby. ( Lewis 5/14-5/22)

     

     

    Any Senior student who is interested in singing at graduation is asked to meet with Ms. Hart and other admins on Friday, May 24th   for an audition.  The song selection should be in the context with lyrics that will pay tribute to parents or has lyrics that are sentimental in nature that would be reflective of growing up  and/or transitioning into adulthood/life.

     

    Please plan to meet with Ms. Hart  this Friday at 12:40 p.m. in the Choir Room, which is Room 143 ( Ms. Hart 5/21-5/23)

     

    The Annual Book Return is around the corner!  Students, next week you are returning all of the books you have ever checked out from our library, your teachers, or even other Washoe County schools on May 30th and 31st.   Be prepared to bring in ALL of your books on that Thursday or Friday. 

    Seniors will return their books in their social studies classes.

    Juniors will return their books in their English classes.

    Sophomores will return their books in their math classes.

    Freshmen will return their books in their biology classes.

    When you return all of your SSHS books without damages, any fines will get deleted.

     

     

    If you are interested in coming out for the Cross Country team, there will be a meeting to sign up at lunch on Thursday in Mrs. Beadell’s room 228.  Summer training is starting soon. Come check it out! ( Beadell 5/21-5/23)

     

    Mountain Bike Team Members and those interested in finding out more info, we will be having a team meeting in Mr. Barry's room (224) at lunch on 5/22. ( Harper 5/20-5/22)

     

    Have you heard?! The Washoe Noshery Food Truck will be at Spanish Springs High School on May 23 for breakfast and lunch. Special menu items such  as a Mocha Cooler, Fruit Smoothie, and Cinnamon Sugar Donut Hole Kabob for breakfast; and a buffalo Chicken Flatbread Pizza, a Turkey BLT wrap, and a Greek salad for lunch. Breakfast is $1.75, Lunch is 3.05 and a single entrée is 2.50. Cash, Myschoolbucks, or free/reduced accounts will be accepted.( Hobbs 5/16-17)

     

     

     

     

     

    Congratulations!  We have partnered with the Washoe County Public Library System to get you a library card.  Your library card is a free resource which allows you to have access to:

    • Books (of course)
    • Overdrive (audiobooks)
    • Databases (foreign languages, technical education, etc. )
    • Local and nationwide newspapers (great for current events)
    • Magazines (like Car and Driver, Cosmopolitan, Consumer Reports, Vogue, People etc.)
    • Free/discounted entry to museums, zoos, and planetariums in Nevada and California.
    • Plus DVDs, Blue Rays, and Video Games

     

     

    Hi Cougars! It’s that time of year again! If you are dedicated to being a future health professional, and are interested in being elected as one of our chapter’s HOSA Officers, pick up your election packets in room 115 starting Monday May 13th! Election packets will be due May 21st, and speeches and elections will be held on May 22nd. Good luck everyone! Elected officers will be announced on June 4th at the Sports Medicine Awards Night! ( Calonico 5/9/19)

     

     

    Do you want to be part of Fall Sports this year?

    These are the sports you can go out for:

    Cheer (deadline Friday, May 24, 2019)

    Football

    Boys & Girls Soccer

    Girls Golf

    Boys & Girls Cross Country

    Boys & Girls Tennis

    Girls Volleyball

     

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, August 16, 2019 (Friday May 24, 2019 for Cheer ( ANDERSON 5/1/19-

     

     

     

     

     

     

    • Interested in trying out for the cheer and stunt team?  Tryout packets can be found in the main office, or in Ms. Martinez’s room, 113.  Packets are due May 17th.

    ( Martinez 4/29/19-

     

     

     

     

            Umpires Needed:

    • No experience needed, we will train you and help you find equipment and uniforms, but we prefer people with a baseball background, players, coaches and fans encouraged to participate.
    • It’s a great way to earn extra income, make new friends, get into better shape and give something back to the game that you love. Games are weeknights at 5:30 or 6pm and all-day Saturday.
    • There will be an umpire clinic where we will train you. It will be held on Sunday April 14th at 9am at Sun Valley Regional Park. Cost is $10 donation. Lunch will be provided. RSVP or get more information by calling Chris Whitbeck at 775-846-0822 or cwhitbeck@att.net ( A,Anderson 4/8/19-

     

     

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Friday, May 17, 2019

     

    Mountain Bike Team Members and those interested in finding out more info, we will be having a team meeting in Mr. Barry's room (224) at lunch on 5/22. ( Harper 5/20-5/22)

     

    Spanish Springs High School will host the Washoe Noshery Food Truck during Breakfast and lunch on Thursday,May 23. Come a little early for breakfast and come back for lunch! There will be special menu items for both meals that you won’t be able to get anywhere else,including a Mocha Cooler, Fruit Smoothie, and Cinnamon Sugar Donut Hole Kabob for breakfast; and a buffalo Chicken Flatbread Pizza, a Turkey BLT wrap, and a Greek salad for lunch. You won’t want to miss it!! ( Hobbs 5/16-17)

     

    Seniors:  if you earned the Nevada Seal of Biliteracy and want to wear the medal at graduation, you must purchase by the end of today.  Medals are $7.00.  Please pay Ms Blakely in Mobile #3. ( Blakely 5/15-5/17)

     

     

    Seniors, Jostens will be here Wednesday May 22 to deliver cap and gowns for graduation during lunch, in the gym lobby. ( Lewis 5/14-5/22)

     

     

    Hi Cougars! It’s that time of year again! If you are dedicated to being a future health professional, and are interested in being elected as one of our chapter’s HOSA Officers, pick up your election packets in room 115 starting Monday May 13th! Election packets will be due May 21st, and speeches and elections will be held on May 22nd. Good luck everyone! Elected officers will be announced on June 4th at the Sports Medicine Awards Night! ( Calonico 5/9/19)

     

     

    Do you want to be part of Fall Sports this year?

    These are the sports you can go out for:

    Cheer (deadline Friday, May 24, 2019)

    Football

    Boys & Girls Soccer

    Girls Golf

    Boys & Girls Cross Country

    Boys & Girls Tennis

    Girls Volleyball

     

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, August 16, 2019 (Friday May 24, 2019 for Cheer ( ANDERSON 5/1/19-

     

     

     

     

     

     

    • Interested in trying out for the cheer and stunt team?  Tryout packets can be found in the main office, or in Ms. Martinez’s room, 113.  Packets are due May 17th.

    ( Martinez 4/29/19-

     

     

     

     

            Umpires Needed:

    • No experience needed, we will train you and help you find equipment and uniforms, but we prefer people with a baseball background, players, coaches and fans encouraged to participate.
    • It’s a great way to earn extra income, make new friends, get into better shape and give something back to the game that you love. Games are weeknights at 5:30 or 6pm and all-day Saturday.
    • There will be an umpire clinic where we will train you. It will be held on Sunday April 14th at 9am at Sun Valley Regional Park. Cost is $10 donation. Lunch will be provided. RSVP or get more information by calling Chris Whitbeck at 775-846-0822 or cwhitbeck@att.net ( A,Anderson 4/8/19-

     

     

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Wednesday, May 15, 2019

     

     

    Seniors:  if you earned the Nevada Seal of Biliteracy and want to wear the medal at graduation, you must purchase by this Friday.  Medals are $7.00.  Please pay Ms Blakely in Mobile #3. ( Blakely 5/15-5/17)

     

     

    Seniors, Jostens will be here Wednesday May 22 to deliver cap and gowns for graduation during lunch, in front of the library. ( Lewis 5/14-5/22)

     

     

    Hi Cougars! It’s that time of year again! If you are dedicated to being a future health professional, and are interested in being elected as one of our chapter’s HOSA Officers, pick up your election packets in room 115 starting Monday May 13th! Election packets will be due May 21st, and speeches and elections will be held on May 22nd. Good luck everyone! Elected officers will be announced on June 4th at the Sports Medicine Awards Night! ( Calonico 5/9/19)

     

     

    Do you want to be part of Fall Sports this year?

    These are the sports you can go out for:

    Cheer (deadline Friday, May 24, 2019)

    Football

    Boys & Girls Soccer

    Girls Golf

    Boys & Girls Cross Country

    Boys & Girls Tennis

    Girls Volleyball

     

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, August 16, 2019 (Friday May 24, 2019 for Cheer ( ANDERSON 5/1/19-

     

     

     

     

     

     

    • Interested in trying out for the cheer and stunt team?  Tryout packets can be found in the main office, or in Ms. Martinez’s room, 113.  Packets are due May 17th.

    ( Martinez 4/29/19-

     

     

     

     

            Umpires Needed:

    • No experience needed, we will train you and help you find equipment and uniforms, but we prefer people with a baseball background, players, coaches and fans encouraged to participate.
    • It’s a great way to earn extra income, make new friends, get into better shape and give something back to the game that you love. Games are weeknights at 5:30 or 6pm and all-day Saturday.
    • There will be an umpire clinic where we will train you. It will be held on Sunday April 14th at 9am at Sun Valley Regional Park. Cost is $10 donation. Lunch will be provided. RSVP or get more information by calling Chris Whitbeck at 775-846-0822 or cwhitbeck@att.net ( A,Anderson 4/8/19-

     

     

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Monday, May 13, 2019

     

    Congratulations to the Softball Head Coach Jeff Davidson and the team for earning the North Region Championship. 

    Good Luck at the State Tournament in Las Vegas that begins on Thursday 5/16.  ( Anderson 5/13)

     

    Come out tonight to the stadium to support the Boys Lacrosse team as they take on Galena for the first round of playoffs. Faceoff is at 7:00. Let’s go Cougars!( Beadell 5/13)

     

    Hi Cougars! It’s that time of year again! If you are dedicated to being a future health professional, and are interested in being elected as one of our chapter’s HOSA Officers, pick up your election packets in room 115 starting Monday May 13th! Election packets will be due May 21st, and speeches and elections will be held on May 22nd. Good luck everyone! Elected officers will be announced on June 4th at the Sports Medicine Awards Night! ( Calonico 5/9/19)

     

     

    Do you want to be part of Fall Sports this year?

    These are the sports you can go out for:

    Cheer (deadline Friday, May 24, 2019)

    Football

    Boys & Girls Soccer

    Girls Golf

    Boys & Girls Cross Country

    Boys & Girls Tennis

    Girls Volleyball

     

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, August 16, 2019 (Friday May 24, 2019 for Cheer ( ANDERSON 5/1/19-

     

     

     

     

     

     

    • Interested in trying out for the cheer and stunt team?  Tryout packets can be found in the main office, or in Ms. Martinez’s room, 113.  Packets are due May 17th.

    ( Martinez 4/29/19-

     

     

     

     

            Umpires Needed:

    • No experience needed, we will train you and help you find equipment and uniforms, but we prefer people with a baseball background, players, coaches and fans encouraged to participate.
    • It’s a great way to earn extra income, make new friends, get into better shape and give something back to the game that you love. Games are weeknights at 5:30 or 6pm and all-day Saturday.
    • There will be an umpire clinic where we will train you. It will be held on Sunday April 14th at 9am at Sun Valley Regional Park. Cost is $10 donation. Lunch will be provided. RSVP or get more information by calling Chris Whitbeck at 775-846-0822 or cwhitbeck@att.net ( A,Anderson 4/8/19-

     

     

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Tuesday, May 7, 2019

     

     

    This week is teacher appreciation week! We would like to take this time to thank our amazing teachers for all of the hard work they do, and how wonderful at their jobs they are. Thank you teachers for shaping us into the people we will become. Happy teacher day appreciation week and thank you again!! ( Leadership)

     

     

     Today ONLY!!! The Washoe Noshery Food Truck will be here serving specialty breakfast and lunch on Tuesday May 7th. Including a Mocha cooler, Fruit Smoothie, Cinnamon Sugar Donut hole Kabob for breakfast;

    A Buffalo Chicken Flatbread Pizza, a turkey BLT Wrap, and Greek Salad for lunch. Breakfast is $1.75, lunch is $3.05, and a single entrée is $2.50.Cash, myschoolbucks, or free/reduced lunch accounts will be accepted.  ( Hobbs 5/3/19-5/7/19)

     

     

    Do you want to be part of Fall Sports this year?

    These are the sports you can go out for:

    Cheer (deadline Friday, May 24, 2019)

    Football

    Boys & Girls Soccer

    Girls Golf

    Boys & Girls Cross Country

    Boys & Girls Tennis

    Girls Volleyball

     

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, August 16, 2019 (Friday May 24, 2019 for Cheer ( ANDERSON 5/1/19-

     

     

     

    • Seniors ~ Start planning and asking for time off from work early so you’re ready for Senior Week. Tuesday, May 28 is Roller Kingdom 6-8pm. Wednesday, May 29th is Movie Night 7:00-9:30pm in the West Courtyard. Thursday, May 30 is Fly High 6-8pm and Friday, May 31 is Senior Sunset on the football field 6:30-9:30. There will be no cost for students for any event and you will need your school ID to enter.

    ( Dreelan 4/29/19-5/3/19)

     

     

     

     

    • Interested in trying out for the cheer and stunt team?  Tryout packets can be found in the main office, or in Ms. Martinez’s room, 113.  Packets are due May 17th.

    ( Martinez 4/29/19-

     

     

     

     

            Umpires Needed:

    • No experience needed, we will train you and help you find equipment and uniforms, but we prefer people with a baseball background, players, coaches and fans encouraged to participate.
    • It’s a great way to earn extra income, make new friends, get into better shape and give something back to the game that you love. Games are weeknights at 5:30 or 6pm and all-day Saturday.
    • There will be an umpire clinic where we will train you. It will be held on Sunday April 14th at 9am at Sun Valley Regional Park. Cost is $10 donation. Lunch will be provided. RSVP or get more information by calling Chris Whitbeck at 775-846-0822 or cwhitbeck@att.net ( A,Anderson 4/8/19-

     

     

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Friday, May 3, 2019

     

     

    Spanish Springs High School will host the Washoe Noshery Food Truck during Breakfast and Lunch on Tuesday May 7th. Come a little early for breakfast and come back for lunch! There will be special menu items for both meals that you won’t be able to get anywhere else/including a mocha cooler, Fruit Smoothie, Cinnamon Sugar Donut hole Kabob for breakfast;

    And a Buffalo Chicken Flatbread Pizza, a turkey BLT Wrap, and Greek Salad for lunch. You won’t want to miss it! ( Hobbs 5/3/19-5/7/19)

     

     

    Do you want to be part of Fall Sports this year?

    These are the sports you can go out for:

    Cheer (deadline Friday, May 24, 2019)

    Football

    Boys & Girls Soccer

    Girls Golf

    Boys & Girls Cross Country

    Boys & Girls Tennis

    Girls Volleyball

     

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, August 16, 2019 (Friday May 24, 2019 for Cheer ( ANDERSON 5/1/19-

     

     

     

    • Seniors ~ Start planning and asking for time off from work early so you’re ready for Senior Week. Tuesday, May 28 is Roller Kingdom 6-8pm. Wednesday, May 29th is Movie Night 7:00-9:30pm in the West Courtyard. Thursday, May 30 is Fly High 6-8pm and Friday, May 31 is Senior Sunset on the football field 6:30-9:30. There will be no cost for students for any event and you will need your school ID to enter.

    ( Dreelan 4/29/19-5/3/19)

     

     

     

     

    • Interested in trying out for the cheer and stunt team?  Tryout packets can be found in the main office, or in Ms. Martinez’s room, 113.  Packets are due May 17th.

    ( Martinez 4/29/19-

     

     

     

     

            Umpires Needed:

    • No experience needed, we will train you and help you find equipment and uniforms, but we prefer people with a baseball background, players, coaches and fans encouraged to participate.
    • It’s a great way to earn extra income, make new friends, get into better shape and give something back to the game that you love. Games are weeknights at 5:30 or 6pm and all-day Saturday.
    • There will be an umpire clinic where we will train you. It will be held on Sunday April 14th at 9am at Sun Valley Regional Park. Cost is $10 donation. Lunch will be provided. RSVP or get more information by calling Chris Whitbeck at 775-846-0822 or cwhitbeck@att.net ( A,Anderson 4/8/19-

     

     

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Wednesday, May 1, 2019

     

     

    Do you want to be part of Fall Sports this year?

    These are the sports you can go out for:

    Cheer (deadline Friday, May 24, 2019)

    Football

    Boys & Girls Soccer

    Girls Golf

    Boys & Girls Cross Country

    Boys & Girls Tennis

    Girls Volleyball

     

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, August 16, 2019 (Friday May 24, 2019 for Cheer)

     

     

    • Congratulations to the Boys Golf team for winning their match yesterday and securing the 2019 High Desert League Title!  Chase Martin and Morgan Moreno finished as the #1 and #2 golfers in the High Desert League this year.  Way to go guys!( Wirshing 5/1/19)

     

     

    • Seniors ~ Start planning and asking for time off from work early so you’re ready for Senior Week. Tuesday, May 28 is Roller Kingdom 6-8pm. Wednesday, May 29th is Movie Night 7:00-9:30pm in the West Courtyard. Thursday, May 30 is Fly High 6-8pm and Friday, May 31 is Senior Sunset on the football field 6:30-9:30. There will be no cost for students for any event and you will need your school ID to enter.

    ( Dreelan 4/29/19-5/3/19)

     

    • Wrestling: open mat Thursday 2:45-4:15. ( Imelli 4/30- 5/2)

     

     

     

    • Interested in trying out for the cheer and stunt team?  Tryout packets can be found in the main office, or in Ms. Martinez’s room, 113.  Packets are due May 17th.

    ( Martinez 4/29/19-

     

     

     

     

            Umpires Needed:

    • No experience needed, we will train you and help you find equipment and uniforms, but we prefer people with a baseball background, players, coaches and fans encouraged to participate.
    • It’s a great way to earn extra income, make new friends, get into better shape and give something back to the game that you love. Games are weeknights at 5:30 or 6pm and all-day Saturday.
    • There will be an umpire clinic where we will train you. It will be held on Sunday April 14th at 9am at Sun Valley Regional Park. Cost is $10 donation. Lunch will be provided. RSVP or get more information by calling Chris Whitbeck at 775-846-0822 or cwhitbeck@att.net ( A,Anderson 4/8/19-

     

     

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Thursday, April 25, 2019

     

     

    Fine Arts Night. Free Admission from 5:30 -7:30 for an Art Show & Sale.

    TONIGHT  April 25th, 2019

    Come support all the Spanish Springs Artists who are proud to present their artwork for you, on this night.

    AND…Get a 2 for 1 on this same night ________________________________...

    The Musical “Beauty and the Beast” staring our Spanish Springs Music and Theatre students’,

    performance starts @ 7:30pm

    Student and Staff Admission is $8.00

     

    Thank you for your support,

    THE FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT ( 4/24-4/25)

     

     

     

    • Students if you have 2nd period off campus please pick up your progress reports in the office.

     

     

     

    • Interested in trying out for the cheer or stunt team next school year?   Come to the cheer and stunt clinics to help prepare you for tryouts.  Clinics will be every Monday and Wednesday from 3:15-5:30 beginning April 22, and ending May 15th.  Clinics are $15.00.  Flyers are in the front office.  If you have questions, see Ms. Martinez in room 113. ( Martinez 4/9-5/9)

     

     

     

     

            Umpires Needed:

    • No experience needed, we will train you and help you find equipment and uniforms, but we prefer people with a baseball background, players, coaches and fans encouraged to participate.
    • It’s a great way to earn extra income, make new friends, get into better shape and give something back to the game that you love. Games are weeknights at 5:30 or 6pm and all-day Saturday.
    • There will be an umpire clinic where we will train you. It will be held on Sunday April 14th at 9am at Sun Valley Regional Park. Cost is $10 donation. Lunch will be provided. RSVP or get more information by calling Chris Whitbeck at 775-846-0822 or cwhitbeck@att.net ( A,Anderson 4/8/19-

     

     

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  • Tuesday, April 23, 2019

     

    • Students if you have 2nd period off campus please pick up your progress reports in the office.

     

    • JV Football meeting this Wednesday 4/24 at lunch time.  Meeting will be outside the big gym, by the trophy case.  Information on Boise Camp, Summer Weights and the upcoming season will be discussed.See Coach Stokely or Quick with any questions. ( Borja 4/22-4/24)

     

    • SENIORS!! If you ordered graduation announcements from Jostens they are available for pick up in the office before/afterschool, lunch, or during your off

    campus.

     

     

    • Interested in trying out for the cheer or stunt team next school year?   Come to the cheer and stunt clinics to help prepare you for tryouts.  Clinics will be every Monday and Wednesday from 3:15-5:30 beginning April 22, and ending May 15th.  Clinics are $15.00.  Flyers are in the front office.  If you have questions, see Ms. Martinez in room 113. ( Martinez 4/9-5/9)

     

     

     

     

            Umpires Needed:

    • No experience needed, we will train you and help you find equipment and uniforms, but we prefer people with a baseball background, players, coaches and fans encouraged to participate.
    • It’s a great way to earn extra income, make new friends, get into better shape and give something back to the game that you love. Games are weeknights at 5:30 or 6pm and all-day Saturday.
    • There will be an umpire clinic where we will train you. It will be held on Sunday April 14th at 9am at Sun Valley Regional Park. Cost is $10 donation. Lunch will be provided. RSVP or get more information by calling Chris Whitbeck at 775-846-0822 or cwhitbeck@att.net ( A,Anderson 4/8/19-

     

                                                               

    • Nevada First in the Pack is a program that designed to help first-generation college students succeed in obtaining a college degree. First-generation students are students in families where neither parent has graduated from a 4-year college or university.( Hamilton 4/11-4/24)

     

    • Seniors, UNR representatives will be on campus on 4/24 at 11:00am in the College and Career Center to discuss being a first generation college student.  The program is call First in the Pack and applied to students who will be the first in their family to earn a bachelor's degree.  Please see your counselor if you have questions. ( Hamilton 4/11- 4/24)

     

     

     

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Monday, April 22, 2019

     

    • JV Football meeting this Wednesday 4/24 at lunch time.  Meeting will be outside the big gym, by the trophy case.  Information on Boise Camp, Summer Weights and the upcoming season will be discussed.See Coach Stokely or Quick with any questions. ( Borja 4/22-4/24)

     

    • SENIORS!! If you ordered graduation announcements from Jostens they are available for pick up in the office before/afterschool, lunch, or during your off

    campus.

     

     

    • Interested in trying out for the cheer or stunt team next school year?   Come to the cheer and stunt clinics to help prepare you for tryouts.  Clinics will be every Monday and Wednesday from 3:15-5:30 beginning April 22, and ending May 15th.  Clinics are $15.00.  Flyers are in the front office.  If you have questions, see Ms. Martinez in room 113. ( Martinez 4/9-5/9)

     

     

     

     

            Umpires Needed:

    • No experience needed, we will train you and help you find equipment and uniforms, but we prefer people with a baseball background, players, coaches and fans encouraged to participate.
    • It’s a great way to earn extra income, make new friends, get into better shape and give something back to the game that you love. Games are weeknights at 5:30 or 6pm and all-day Saturday.
    • There will be an umpire clinic where we will train you. It will be held on Sunday April 14th at 9am at Sun Valley Regional Park. Cost is $10 donation. Lunch will be provided. RSVP or get more information by calling Chris Whitbeck at 775-846-0822 or cwhitbeck@att.net ( A,Anderson 4/8/19-

     

                                                              

    • Nevada First in the Pack is a program that designed to help first-generation college students succeed in obtaining a college degree. First-generation students are students in families where neither parent has graduated from a 4-year college or university.( Hamilton 4/11-4/24)

     

    • Seniors, UNR representatives will be on campus on 4/24 at 11:00am in the College and Career Center to discuss being a first generation college student.  The program is call First in the Pack and applied to students who will be the first in their family to earn a bachelor's degree.  Please see your counselor if you have questions. ( Hamilton 4/11- 4/24)

     

     

     

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Wednesday, April 17, 2019

     

    • Cougars Helping Cougars will be having a Taco Sale on Friday during lunch outside of the Counseling Office. Come support us for a good cause, all proceeds go back to our students and families!( Cisneros 4/15-4/19)

     

    • SENIORS!! If you ordered graduation announcements from Jostens they are available for pick up in the office before/afterschool, lunch, or during your off

    campus.

     

    • Prom tickets are on sale NOW! Before school, during lunch or after school from Mrs. Dreelan in Counseling or on the SSHS webstore. Tickets are $60 each and you must have a school ID to purchase tickets. No guest passes will be approved after Wednesday 4/17. The last day to purchase tickets is Friday 4/19. (Dreelan)

     

    • SSHS Senior Student-Athlete Signing Ceremony
    •  
    • Date: Wednesday, April 17th, 2019  
    • Time:  11:40 AM  
    • Location:  SSHS Main Gym 
    •  
    • Alexia Taylor-Arredondo (Swim) = University of Nevada, Las Vegas 
    • Zack Buck (Baseball) = Dominican University of Illinois  
    • Noah Kanaeholo (Lacrosse) = Notre Dame de Namur University 
    • Colby Preston (Football) = Eastern Oregon University 
    • Mike Jefferson (Football) = Colorado Mesa University 
    • Colby Melton (Football) = Butte College 
    • Wilmer Hernandez (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Yalison Espinosa (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Lizbeth Gonzalez (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Taylor Gunther (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Alyson Hilke (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Madlyn Winters (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Morgan Lorenz (Volleyball) = Life Pacific University 
    • Logan Blocher (Wrestling) = Lassen College   
    • Nick Foster (Wrestling) = Lassen College 
    • Cory Sego (Wrestling) = Arizona Christian University 

    (Anderson 4/11-4/17)

     

    •  Today only!!!The Washoe Noshery Food truck will be serving specialty breakfast and lunch items, including a Mocha Cooler, Strawberry Smoothie,and Bacon/Egg/Cheese Flatbread Sandwich for breakfast; and a Chicken Bahn Mi Sandwich , Fiery Phily Flatbread Pizza, and Seasonal Garden Salad for lunch. These items have all been specially created just for you, and will be available only at the food truck,only for today.Stop by for lunch-you won’t want to miss it!  ( Hobbs 4/16)

     

    • Interested in trying out for the cheer or stunt team next school year?   Come to the cheer and stunt clinics to help prepare you for tryouts.  Clinics will be every Monday and Wednesday from 3:15-5:30 beginning April 22, and ending May 15th.  Clinics are $15.00.  Flyers are in the front office.  If you have questions, see Ms. Martinez in room 113. ( Martinez 4/9-5/9)

     

            Umpires Needed:

    • No experience needed, we will train you and help you find equipment and uniforms, but we prefer people with a baseball background, players, coaches and fans encouraged to participate.
    • It’s a great way to earn extra income, make new friends, get into better shape and give something back to the game that you love. Games are weeknights at 5:30 or 6pm and all-day Saturday.
    • There will be an umpire clinic where we will train you. It will be held on Sunday April 14th at 9am at Sun Valley Regional Park. Cost is $10 donation. Lunch will be provided. RSVP or get more information by calling Chris Whitbeck at 775-846-0822 or cwhitbeck@att.net ( A,Anderson 4/8/19-

                                               

    • Nevada First in the Pack is a program that designed to help first-generation college students succeed in obtaining a college degree. First-generation students are students in families where neither parent has graduated from a 4-year college or university.( Hamilton 4/11-4/24)

     

    • Seniors, UNR representatives will be on campus on 4/24 at 11:00am in the College and Career Center to discuss being a first generation college student.  The program is call First in the Pack and applied to students who will be the first in their family to earn a bachelor's degree.  Please see your counselor if you have questions. ( Hamilton 4/11- 4/24)

     

    • Students and staff we are in the cold and flu season.  Please make sure you are washing your hands consistently and not sharing drinks or food. If you are sick and want to go home please go to the clinic before calling/texting your parents.  The school nurse or clinical aid will be happy to help you contact your parents after checking your temperature. (Reinders 2/8/19-)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

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  • Monday, April 15, 2019

     

    • Congratulations to the Spanish Springs Choirs who participated in the Six Flags Music in the Parks Festival on Saturday. The two choirs were both awarded first place in their divisions and our Advanced Choir took first place overall. The best soloists award also were awarded to Morgan Lappin and Allisa Wagner!

    (Hutton 4/15)

     

    • Cougars Helping Cougars will be having a Taco Sale on Friday during lunch outside of the Counseling Office. Come support us for a good cause, all proceeds go back to our students and families!( Cisneros 4/15-4/19)

     

    • SENIORS!! If you ordered graduation announcements from Jostens they are available for pick up in the office before/afterschool, lunch, or during your off

    campus.

     

    • Prom tickets are on sale NOW! Before school, during lunch or after school from Mrs. Dreelan in Counseling or on the SSHS webstore. Tickets are $60 each and you must have a school ID to purchase tickets. No guest passes will be approved after Wednesday 4/17. The last day to purchase tickets is Friday 4/19. (Dreelan)

     

    • SSHS Senior Student-Athlete Signing Ceremony
    •  
    • Date: Wednesday, April 17th, 2019  
    • Time:  11:40 AM  
    • Location:  SSHS Main Gym 
    •  
    • Alexia Taylor-Arredondo (Swim) = University of Nevada, Las Vegas 
    • Zack Buck (Baseball) = Dominican University of Illinois  
    • Noah Kanaeholo (Lacrosse) = Notre Dame de Namur University 
    • Colby Preston (Football) = Eastern Oregon University 
    • Mike Jefferson (Football) = Colorado Mesa University 
    • Colby Melton (Football) = Butte College 
    • Wilmer Hernandez (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Yalison Espinosa (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Lizbeth Gonzalez (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Taylor Gunther (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Alyson Hilke (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Madlyn Winters (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Morgan Lorenz (Volleyball) = Life Pacific University 
    • Logan Blocher (Wrestling) = Lassen College   
    • Nick Foster (Wrestling) = Lassen College 
    • Cory Sego (Wrestling) = Arizona Christian University 

    (Anderson 4/11-4/17)

     

    • Have you heard?? The Washoe Noshery Food truck will be at Spanish Springs High School on  Tuesday April 16. There will be special menu items including a Mocha Cooler, Strawberry Smoothie,and Bacon/Egg/Cheese Flatbread Sandwich for breakfast; and a Chicken Bahn Mi Sandwich , Fiery Phily Flatbread Pizza, and Seasonal Garden Salad for lunch. Breakfast is $1.75, Lunch is $3.05, and a single entrée is 2.50. Cash MySchoolBucks, or free/ reduced accounts will be accepted   ( Hobbs 4/12-4/15)

     

    • Interested in trying out for the cheer or stunt team next school year?   Come to the cheer and stunt clinics to help prepare you for tryouts.  Clinics will be every Monday and Wednesday from 3:15-5:30 beginning April 22, and ending May 15th.  Clinics are $15.00.  Flyers are in the front office.  If you have questions, see Ms. Martinez in room 113. ( Martinez 4/9-5/9)

            Umpires Needed:

    • No experience needed, we will train you and help you find equipment and uniforms, but we prefer people with a baseball background, players, coaches and fans encouraged to participate.
    • It’s a great way to earn extra income, make new friends, get into better shape and give something back to the game that you love. Games are weeknights at 5:30 or 6pm and all-day Saturday.
    • There will be an umpire clinic where we will train you. It will be held on Sunday April 14th at 9am at Sun Valley Regional Park. Cost is $10 donation. Lunch will be provided. RSVP or get more information by calling Chris Whitbeck at 775-846-0822 or cwhitbeck@att.net ( A,Anderson 4/8/19-

                                                  

    • Nevada First in the Pack is a program that designed to help first-generation college students succeed in obtaining a college degree. First-generation students are students in families where neither parent has graduated from a 4-year college or university.( Hamilton 4/11-4/24)

     

    • Seniors, UNR representatives will be on campus on 4/24 at 11:00am in the College and Career Center to discuss being a first generation college student.  The program is call First in the Pack and applied to students who will be the first in their family to earn a bachelor's degree.  Please see your counselor if you have questions. ( Hamilton 4/11- 4/24)

     

    • Students and staff we are in the cold and flu season.  Please make sure you are washing your hands consistently and not sharing drinks or food. If you are sick and want to go home please go to the clinic before calling/texting your parents.  The school nurse or clinical aid will be happy to help you contact your parents after checking your temperature. (Reinders 2/8/19-)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Friday, April 12, 2019

     

    • SENIORS!! If you ordered graduation announcements from Jostens they are available for pick up in the office before/afterschool, lunch, or during your off

    campus.

     

    • Prom tickets are on sale NOW! Before school, during lunch or after school from Mrs. Dreelan in Counseling or on the SSHS webstore. Tickets are $60 each and you must have a school ID to purchase tickets. No guest passes will be approved after Wednesday 4/17. The last day to purchase tickets is Friday 4/19. (Dreelan)

     

    • SSHS Senior Student-Athlete Signing Ceremony
    •  
    • Date: Wednesday, April 17th, 2019  
    • Time:  11:40 AM  
    • Location:  SSHS Main Gym 
    •  
    • Alexia Taylor-Arredondo (Swim) = University of Nevada, Las Vegas 
    • Zack Buck (Baseball) = Dominican University of Illinois  
    • Noah Kanaeholo (Lacrosse) = Notre Dame de Namur University 
    • Colby Preston (Football) = Eastern Oregon University 
    • Mike Jefferson (Football) = Colorado Mesa University 
    • Colby Melton (Football) = Butte College 
    • Wilmer Hernandez (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Yalison Espinosa (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Lizbeth Gonzalez (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Taylor Gunther (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Alyson Hilke (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Madlyn Winters (Soccer) = Truckee Meadows Community College 
    • Morgan Lorenz (Volleyball) = Life Pacific University 
    • Logan Blocher (Wrestling) = Lassen College   
    • Nick Foster (Wrestling) = Lassen College 
    • Cory Sego (Wrestling) = Arizona Christian University 

    (Anderson 4/11-4/17)

     

    • Have you heard?? The Washoe Noshery Food truck will be at Spanish Springs High School on  April 16. There will be special menu items including a Mocha Cooler, Strawberry Smoothie,and Bacon/Egg/Cheese Flatbread Sandwich for breakfast; and a Chicken Bahn Mi Sandwich , Fiery Phily Flatbread Pizza, and Seasonal Garden Salad for lunch. Breakfast is $1.75, Lunch is $3.05, and a single entrée is 2.50. Cash MySchoolBucks, or free/ reduced accounts will be accepted  ( Hobbs 4/12-4/15)

     

    • Interested in trying out for the cheer or stunt team next school year?   Come to the cheer and stunt clinics to help prepare you for tryouts.  Clinics will be every Monday and Wednesday from 3:15-5:30 beginning April 22, and ending May 15th.  Clinics are $15.00.  Flyers are in the front office.  If you have questions, see Ms. Martinez in room 113. ( Martinez 4/9-5/9)

     

    • 04/12/19-04/12/19 There will be a Pull Up Bar Competition today hosted by the US Marine Corps during lunchtime in front of the Career Center. Test your physical ability and ask any questions you may have about the Marine Corps. (Cabrera 04/12/19-04/12/19)

     

    • Umpires Needed:
    • No experience needed, we will train you and help you find equipment and uniforms, but we prefer people with a baseball background, players, coaches and fans encouraged to participate.
    • It’s a great way to earn extra income, make new friends, get into better shape and give something back to the game that you love. Games are weeknights at 5:30 or 6pm and all-day Saturday.
    • There will be an umpire clinic where we will train you. It will be held on Sunday April 14th at 9am at Sun Valley Regional Park. Cost is $10 donation. Lunch will be provided. RSVP or get more information by calling Chris Whitbeck at 775-846-0822 or cwhitbeck@att.net ( A,Anderson 4/8/19-

                                             

    • Nevada First in the Pack is a program that designed to help first-generation college students succeed in obtaining a college degree. First-generation students are students in families where neither parent has graduated from a 4-year college or university.( Hamilton 4/11-4/24)

     

    • Seniors, UNR representatives will be on campus on 4/24 at 11:00am in the College and Career Center to discuss being a first generation college student.  The program is call First in the Pack and applied to students who will be the first in their family to earn a bachelor's degree.  Please see your counselor if you have questions. ( Hamilton 4/11- 4/24)

     

    • Students and staff we are in the cold and flu season.  Please make sure you are washing your hands consistently and not sharing drinks or food. If you are sick and want to go home please go to the clinic before calling/texting your parents.  The school nurse or clinical aid will be happy to help you contact your parents after checking your temperature. (Reinders 2/8/19-)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  • Wednesday, March 20, 2019

     

    • Juniors and Seniors ~ Don’t procrastinate! If you’re taking a non-student guest to prom you must get the guest pass approved prior to purchasing tickets. Tickets will “officially” go on sale April 8-19 after Spring Break but you can buy early from Mrs. Dreelan in the Counseling Office during breaks or on the SSHS webstore. Tickets are $60 and you must have your student ID to purchase tickets. There are only 700 tickets and will sell out. ( DREELAN 3/14-4/18)

     

    • AP Teachers will be holding informational meetings at lunch from March 11th through March 21st.  If you are signing up for an AP class for next year, please look at the calendar in the counseling office and plan on attending the meeting.  Teachers will be discussing how the class is organized, expectations, grading, and the workload of the class.( Hawkins

               3/7-3/21)     

    • If you have signed up for AP Art History there will an informational lunch meeting TODAY in Mr. Barry’s room, 224. ( Hawkins 3/20)

     

    • If you have signed up for AP Spanish 7-8 there is an informational lunch meeting TODAY in Ms. Blakey’s room, M-3.( Hawkins 3/20)

                                                

    • Nevada First in the Pack is a program that designed to help first-generation college students succeed in obtaining a college degree. First-generation students are students in families where neither parent has graduated from a 4-year college or university.( Hamilton 4/11-4/24)

     

    • Seniors, UNR representatives will be on campus on 4/24 at 11:00am in the College and Career Center to discuss being a first generation college student.  The program is call First in the Pack and applied to students who will be the first in their family to earn a bachelor's degree.  Please see your counselor if you have questions. ( Hamilton 4/11- 4/24)

     

    • If you have signed up for AP Psychology there will an informational lunch meeting on Thursday, March 21st in Mr. Kelley’s room, 218. ( Hawkins 3/20/19)

     

    • If you have signed up for AP Chemistry there is an informational lunch meeting on Thursday, March 21st in Mr. Miller’s room, 104.( Hawkins 3/20/19)

     

    • On Wednesday, March 20th at 11:15am a representative from RISE will be on campus to discuss their adult education diploma, and HiSet/GED options.  This is a great opportunity for credit deficient juniors and seniors to see if they are interested.  See you counselor if you would like to reserve a spot. (Hamilton 3/5/-

     

    • Students and staff we are in the cold and flu season.  Please make sure you are washing your hands consistently and not sharing drinks or food. If you are sick and want to go home please go to the clinic before calling/texting your parents.  The school nurse or clinical aid will be happy to help you contact your parents after checking your temperature. (Reinders 2/8/19-)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Friday, March 15, 2019

     

    • Congratulations to the Boys Lacrosse team against Manogue last night.  JV shut them out 12 to 0, and after barely winning last week in overtime, Varsity dominated the game with a win of 18 to 4.  Way to go Cougars!!! ( Beadell 3/15)

     

    • Juniors and Seniors ~ Don’t procrastinate! If you’re taking a non-student guest to prom you must get the guest pass approved prior to purchasing tickets. Tickets will “officially” go on sale April 8-19 after Spring Break but you can buy early from Mrs. Dreelan in the Counseling Office during breaks or on the SSHS webstore. Tickets are $60 and you must have your student ID to purchase tickets. There are only 700 tickets and will sell out. ( DREELAN 3/14-4/18)

     

    • AP Teachers will be holding informational meetings at lunch from March 11th through March 21st.  If you are signing up for an AP class for next year, please look at the calendar in the counseling office and plan on attending the meeting.  Teachers will be discussing how the class is organized, expectations, grading, and the workload of the class.( Hawkins

               4/7-4/21)                                                                

     

    • Nevada First in the Pack is a program that designed to help first-generation college students succeed in obtaining a college degree. First-generation students are students in families where neither parent has graduated from a 4-year college or university.( Hamilton 4/11-4/24)

     

    • Seniors, UNR representatives will be on campus on 4/24 at 11:00am in the College and Career Center to discuss being a first generation college student.  The program is call First in the Pack and applied to students who will be the first in their family to earn a bachelor's degree.  Please see your counselor if you have questions. ( Hamilton 4/11- 4/24)

     

    • If you have signed up for AP Government there will an informational lunch meeting TODAY in Mr. Barry’s room 224. (Hawkins 3/15)

     

    • If you have signed up for AP European History there is an informational lunch meeting TODAY in Ms. Cable’s room 220.( Hawkins 3/15)

     

    • On Wednesday, March 20th at 11:15am a representative from RISE will be on campus to discuss their adult education diploma, and HiSet/GED options.  This is a great opportunity for credit deficient juniors and seniors to see if they are interested.  See you counselor if you would like to reserve a spot. (Hamilton 3/5/-

     

    • Students and staff we are in the cold and flu season.  Please make sure you are washing your hands consistently and not sharing drinks or food. If you are sick and want to go home please go to the clinic before calling/texting your parents.  The school nurse or clinical aid will be happy to help you contact your parents after checking your temperature. (Reinders 2/8/19-)

     

    • If you have signed up for AP Environmental Science there will an informational lunch meeting on Monday, March 18th in Mrs. Beadell’s room 228. (Hawkins 3/15)

     

    • If you have signed up for AP US History there is an informational lunch meeting on Monday, March 18th in Mr. Stokely’s Room, 226.( Hawkins 3/15)

     

    • If you have signed up for AP Government there will an informational lunch meeting on today, March 15th in Mr. Barry’s room 224. ( Hawkins 3/14)

     

    • If you have signed up for AP European History there is an informational lunch meeting today, March 15th in Ms. Cable’s room 220. ( Hawkins 3/14)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Monday, March 11, 2019

     

    • Congratulations to Ms. Steiber’s Thespian’s students on receiving scores of superior or excellent, the two highest scores obtainable during their individual events at the State Thespian’s Conference this past weekend!

     

    • If you have signed up for AP Calculus AB/BC there is an informational lunch meeting TODAY in Mrs. Givani’s room 155.( Hawkins 3/11)

     

    • If you have signed up for AP Statistics there is an informational lunch meeting TODAY in Mr. Felker’s room M-9.( Hawkins 3/11)

     

    • AP Teachers will be holding informational meetings at lunch from March 11th through March 21st.  If you are signing up for an AP class for next year, please look at the calendar in the counseling office and plan on attending the meeting.  Teachers will be discussing how the class is organized, expectations, grading, and the workload of the class.( Hawkins

               4/7-4/21)                                                                 

     

    • Nevada First in the Pack is a program that designed to help first-generation college students succeed in obtaining a college degree. First-generation students are students in families where neither parent has graduated from a 4-year college or university.( Hamilton 4/11-4/24)

     

    • Seniors, UNR representatives will be on campus on 4/24 at 11:00am in the College and Career Center to discuss being a first generation college student.  The program is call First in the Pack and applied to students who will be the first in their family to earn a bachelor's degree.  Please see your counselor if you have questions. ( Hamilton 4/11- 4/24)

     

    • If you have signed up for AP Biology there will an informational lunch meeting on Wednesday, March 13th in Mr. Trimble’s room 252. ( Hawkins 3/11-3/13)

     

    • If you have signed up for AP Music Theory there is an informational lunch meeting on Wednesday, March 13th in Mr. Hutton’s room 142. ( Hawkins 3/11-3/13)

     

    • If you are a Senior planning to attend TMCC this Fall, there will be a FREE Accuplacer testing opportunity in the Career Center on Wednesday, April 10th after school. Sign Up in the Career Center (03/08/19- 03/11/19 Cabrera)

     

    • AP Teachers will be holding informational meetings at lunch from March 11th through March 21st.  If you are signing up for an AP class for next year, please look at the calendar in the counseling office and plan on attending the meeting.  Teachers will be discussing how the class is organized, expectations, grading, and the workload of the class.( Hawkins

    4/7-4/21)                                                                

     

    • On Wednesday, March 20th at 11:15am a representative from RISE will be on campus to discuss their adult education diploma, and HiSet/GED options.  This is a great opportunity for credit deficient juniors and seniors to see if they are interested.  See you counselor if you would like to reserve a spot. (Hamilton 3/5/-
    • Seniors- TODAY during lunch Jostens will be here for you to pick up your graduation announcements. You may also order your cap and gown if you have not done so already. ( Jostens 3/5-3/11)

     

    • The ACT with Writing will be administered to all Juniors on Tuesday, March 12, 2019, this is a graduation requirement. Please plan on being on campus by 7:45 am, the ACT will start at promptly 8:00 am and end at approximately 1:15 pm, at which time students will be released for the day.  For students who stay on campus after the test the cafeteria, the Career Center, and Library will be open.  Busses will run at the normal times. All students testing should bring their Student IDs, a permitted calculator, and a snack for during the test break.  Cell phones and all electronic devices are not allowed in the testing rooms.

    All 9th and 10th students, and those 12th graders who have already taken the ACT, are excused for the full school day. School will resume the next day, Wednesday, March 13th, with an A-day schedule. (Marin 3/4-3/8)

     

    • Students and staff we are in the cold and flu season.  Please make sure you are washing your hands consistently and not sharing drinks or food. If you are sick and want to go home please go to the clinic before calling/texting your parents.  The school nurse or clinical aid will be happy to help you contact your parents after checking your temperature. (Reinders 2/8/19-)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Friday, March 8, 2019

     

    • If you are a Senior planning to attend TMCC this Fall, there will be a FREE Accuplacer testing opportunity in the Career Center on Wednesday, April 10th after school. Sign Up in the Career Center (03/08/19- 03/11/19 Cabrera)

     

    • AP Teachers will be holding informational meetings at lunch from March 11th through March 21st.  If you are signing up for an AP class for next year, please look at the calendar in the counseling office and plan on attending the meeting.  Teachers will be discussing how the class is organized, expectations, grading, and the workload of the class.( Hawkins

    4/7-4/21)                                                                 

     

     

    • The ACTs are just around the corner, but it is not too late to start cramming for the exam.  Please stop by the library today and talk to Mrs. Hefner so she can help you get more resources to succeed! ( Hefner 3/5-3/8)

     

    • On Wednesday, March 20th at 11:15am a representative from RISE will be on campus to discuss their adult education diploma, and HiSet/GED options.  This is a great opportunity for credit deficient juniors and seniors to see if they are interested.  See you counselor if you would like to reserve a spot. (Hamilton 3/5/-

     

    • Seniors- Monday March 11 during lunch Jostens will be here for you to pick up your graduation announcements. You may also order your cap and gown if you have not done so already. ( Jostens 3/5-3/11)

     

    • TMCC Spring Open House again this year and it's the perfect opportunity for students and families to learn more about TMCC programs, financial aid, degree options, tour the campus and much more! 

     

                When: Tuesday, April 9, 2019

                Where: Main TMCC Campus (7000 Dandini Blvd Student Center in the Red                  Mountain Building)    

                Time: 6pm-8pm

                   ( Hamilton 3/5-4/9)

     

    • The ACT with Writing will be administered to all Juniors on Tuesday, March 12, 2019, this is a graduation requirement. Please plan on being on campus by 7:45 am, the ACT will start at promptly 8:00 am and end at approximately 1:15 pm, at which time students will be released for the day.  For students who stay on campus after the test the cafeteria, the Career Center, and Library will be open.  Busses will run at the normal times. All students testing should bring their Student IDs, a permitted calculator, and a snack for during the test break.  Cell phones and all electronic devices are not allowed in the testing rooms.

    All 9th and 10th students, and those 12th graders who have already taken the ACT, are excused for the full school day. School will resume the next day, Wednesday, March 13th, with an A-day schedule. (Marin 3/4-3/8)

     

    • AAPPL Test will be given on March 12 at 8:00 am.  

    Cost:$20

    Deadline to pay is March 8th.

    If interested please see Mrs. Bartoo in M-4 for more details. 

    (Bartoo 2/27-3/8)

     

    • Attention sophomores, juniors and seniors:  Are you interested in being a mentor for Cougar Day?  If so, you can sign up with Mrs. Cabrera in the College and Career Center.  You should have an overall GPA of at least 2.5 to be a Cougar Day mentor.  Cougar Day will be on Tuesday, March 19th.  If you were a mentor last year your name will stay on the list and you do not need to sign up again. ( Pregal 2/26)

     

    • Students and staff we are in the cold and flu season.  Please make sure you are washing your hands consistently and not sharing drinks or food. If you are sick and want to go home please go to the clinic before calling/texting your parents.  The school nurse or clinical aid will be happy to help you contact your parents after checking your temperature. (Reinders 2/8/19-)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

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  • Thursday, March 5, 2019

     

    • AP Teachers will be holding informational meetings at lunch from March 11th through March 21st.  If you are signing up for an AP class for next year, please look at the calendar in the counseling office and plan on attending the meeting.  Teachers will be discussing how the class is organized, expectations, grading, and the workload of the class.( Hawkins

    4/7-4/21)                                                                

     

    • Congratulations to the Boys Lacrosse Team last night in their season opener against Manogue.  Our JV team started out the night with a 10 to 7 win and our Varsity team took the Miners down in overtime 12 to 11.  Way to work boys! 

    ( Beadell 3/7/19)

     

    • The ACTs are just around the corner, but it is not too late to start cramming for the exam.  Please stop by the library today and talk to Mrs. Hefner so she can help you get more resources to succeed! ( Hefner 3/5-3/8)

     

    • On Wednesday, March 20th at 11:15am a representative from RISE will be on campus to discuss their adult education diploma, and HiSet/GED options.  This is a great opportunity for credit deficient juniors and seniors to see if they are interested.  See you counselor if you would like to reserve a spot. (Hamilton 3/5/-
    • Seniors- Monday March 11 during lunch Jostens will be here for you to pick up your graduation announcements. You may also order your cap and gown if you have not done so already. ( Jostens 3/5-3/11)

     

    • TMCC Spring Open House again this year and it's the perfect opportunity for students and families to learn more about TMCC programs, financial aid, degree options, tour the campus and much more! 

     

                When: Tuesday, April 9, 2019

                Where: Main TMCC Campus (7000 Dandini Blvd Student Center in the Red                  Mountain Building)          

                Time: 6pm-8pm

                   ( Hamilton 3/5-4/9)

     

     

    • The ACT with Writing will be administered to all Juniors on Tuesday, March 12, 2019, this is a graduation requirement. Please plan on being on campus by 7:45 am, the ACT will start at promptly 8:00 am and end at approximately 1:15 pm, at which time students will be released for the day.  For students who stay on campus after the test the cafeteria, the Career Center, and Library will be open.  Busses will run at the normal times. All students testing should bring their Student IDs, a permitted calculator, and a snack for during the test break.  Cell phones and all electronic devices are not allowed in the testing rooms.

    All 9th and 10th students, and those 12th graders who have already taken the ACT, are excused for the full school day. School will resume the next day, Wednesday, March 13th, with an A-day schedule. (Marin 3/4-3/8)

     

    • AAPPL Test will be given on March 12 at 8:00 am.  

    Cost:$20

    Deadline to pay is March 8th.

    If interested please see Mrs. Bartoo in M-4 for more details. 

    (Bartoo 2/27-3/8)

     

    • Attention sophomores, juniors and seniors:  Are you interested in being a mentor for Cougar Day?  If so, you can sign up with Mrs. Cabrera in the College and Career Center.  You should have an overall GPA of at least 2.5 to be a Cougar Day mentor.  Cougar Day will be on Tuesday, March 19th.  If you were a mentor last year your name will stay on the list and you do not need to sign up again. ( Pregal 2/26)

     

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  • Wednesday, March 5, 2019

     

    • Congratulations to Skiing Head Coach Brett Weible and Savannah Martin (12) for earning the Girls Overall Individual State Championship and the Slalom State Championship; which, are the first Skiing State Championships in school history.

    ( Anderson 3/6/19)

     

    • The ACTs are just around the corner, but it is not too late to start cramming for the exam.  Please stop by the library today and talk to Mrs. Hefner so she can help you get more resources to succeed! ( Hefner 3/5-3/8)

     

    • On Wednesday, March 20th at 11:15am a representative from RISE will be on campus to discuss their adult education diploma, and HiSet/GED options.  This is a great opportunity for credit deficient juniors and seniors to see if they are interested.  See you counselor if you would like to reserve a spot. (Hamilton 3/5/-
    • Seniors- Monday March 11 during lunch Jostens will be here for you to pick up your graduation announcements. You may also order your cap and gown if you have not done so already. ( Jostens 3/5-3/11)
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  • Friday, March 1, 2019

     

    • There will be a bake sale during Lunch time today hosted by the African American Student Union. ( Cabrera 2/28/19)

     

    • AAPPL Test will be given on March 12 at 8:00 am.  

    Cost:$20

    Deadline to pay is March 8th.

    If interested please see Mrs. Bartoo in M-4 for more details. 

    (Bartoo 2/27-3/8)

     

    • Attention sophomores, juniors and seniors:  Are you interested in being a mentor for Cougar Day?  If so, you can sign up with Mrs. Cabrera in the College and Career Center.  You should have an overall GPA of at least 2.5 to be a Cougar Day mentor.  Cougar Day will be on Tuesday, March 19th.  If you were a mentor last year your name will stay on the list and you do not need to sign up again. ( Pregal 2/26-2/28)

     

    • Do you mountain bike or would like to learn how to mountain bike? SSHS is starting a team open to both boys and girls. Our first meeting will be March 1st at lunch in room 224 (Mr. Barry's room). Please come and get info, ask questions and found out what this new team is all about! ( Harper 2/22-3/1)

     

    • In celebration of kindness month, we would like to forgive your library fines.  When you bring back your books or come in and speak with us, we will forgive your library fines through February.  We look forward to seeing you soon! (Hefner 2/20-2/28)

     

    • Students and staff we are in the cold and flu season.  Please make sure you are washing your hands consistently and not sharing drinks or food. If you are sick and want to go home please go to the clinic before calling/texting your parents.  The school nurse or clinical aid will be happy to help you contact your parents after checking your temperature. (Reinders 2/8/19-)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Thursday, Feb 28, 2019

     

    • AAPPL Test will be given on March 12 at 8:00 am.  

    Cost:$20

    Deadline to pay is March 8th.

    If interested please see Mrs. Bartoo in M-4 for more details. 

    (Bartoo 2/27-3/8)

     

    • Attention sophomores, juniors and seniors:  Are you interested in being a mentor for Cougar Day?  If so, you can sign up with Mrs. Cabrera in the College and Career Center.  You should have an overall GPA of at least 2.5 to be a Cougar Day mentor.  Cougar Day will be on Tuesday, March 19th.  If you were a mentor last year your name will stay on the list and you do not need to sign up again. ( Pregal 2/26-2/28)

     

    • Do you mountain bike or would like to learn how to mountain bike? SSHS is starting a team open to both boys and girls. Our first meeting will be March 1st at lunch in room 224 (Mr. Barry's room). Please come and get info, ask questions and found out what this new team is all about! ( Harper 2/22-3/1)

     

    • In celebration of kindness month, we would like to forgive your library fines.  When you bring back your books or come in and speak with us, we will forgive your library fines through February.  We look forward to seeing you soon! (Hefner 2/20-2/28)

     

    • Students and staff we are in the cold and flu season.  Please make sure you are washing your hands consistently and not sharing drinks or food. If you are sick and want to go home please go to the clinic before calling/texting your parents.  The school nurse or clinical aid will be happy to help you contact your parents after checking your temperature. (Reinders 2/8/19-)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Tuesday, Feb 26, 2019

     

    • Attention sophomores, juniors and seniors:  Are you interested in being a mentor for Cougar Day?  If so, you can sign up with Mrs. Cabrera in the College and Career Center.  You should have an overall GPA of at least 2.5 to be a Cougar Day mentor.  Cougar Day will be on Tuesday, March 19th.  If you were a mentor last year your name will stay on the list and you do not need to sign up again. ( Pregal 2/26-2/28)

     

    • Do you mountain bike or would like to learn how to mountain bike? SSHS is starting a team open to both boys and girls. Our first meeting will be March 1st at lunch in room 224 (Mr. Barry's room). Please come and get info, ask questions and found out what this new team is all about! ( Harper 2/22-3/1)

     

    • In celebration of kindness month, we would like to forgive your library fines.  When you bring back your books or come in and speak with us, we will forgive your library fines through February.  We look forward to seeing you soon! (Hefner 2/20-2/28)

     

    • Students and staff we are in the cold and flu season.  Please make sure you are washing your hands consistently and not sharing drinks or food. If you are sick and want to go home please go to the clinic before calling/texting your parents.  The school nurse or clinical aid will be happy to help you contact your parents after checking your temperature. (Reinders 2/8/19-)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  • Tuesday, Feb 19, 2019

     

    • Congratulations to Boys Basketball Head Coach Kyle Penney and the team for their High Desert League Championship and #1 Seed in the Region Tournament this week.

     

    Congratulations to Girls Basketball Head Coach Art Cardenas and the team for their High Desert League Championship and the #2 Seed in the Region Tournament this week.

     

    Both the Boys and Girls teams will be hosting first round Region Tournament games:

    Boys on Tuesday 2/19 at 7:00 PM

    Girls on Wednesday 2/20 at 7:00 PM

     

    Please wear your Purple Pride and show your support for the student-athletes.( Anderson 2/19/19)

     

    • Celebrate kindness month in the library.  Come and check out books about friends, family, and pets or join your friends for games at lunch or after school.  Our highlighted authors this month are Jason Reynolds, Toni Morrison, and Jaqueline Woodson.  We have exactly the right book waiting for you, come and check it out! ( Hefner 2/11/19-2/15/19)

     

    • Students and staff we are in the cold and flu season.  Please make sure you are washing your hands consistently and not sharing drinks or food. If you are sick and want to go home please go to the clinic before calling/texting your parents.  The school nurse or clinical aid will be happy to help you contact your parents after checking your temperature. (Reinders 2/8/19-)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • Students, new semester! If you have off campus, you MUST go and get your new off campus pass from the counseling office as they will be checked when you leave campus! ( Cortez 1/24/18-)

     

    • Official SPRING Tryouts start on Saturday, February 23, 2019.

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Wednesday, Feb 13, 2019

    • Celebrate kindness month in the library.  Come and check out books about friends, family, and pets or join your friends for games at lunch or after school.  Our highlighted authors this month are Jason Reynolds, Toni Morrison, and Jaqueline Woodson.  We have exactly the right book waiting for you, come and check it out! ( Hefner 2/11/19-2/15/19)

     

    • Students and staff we are in the cold and flu season.  Please make sure you are washing your hands consistently and not sharing drinks or food. If you are sick and want to go home please go to the clinic before calling/texting your parents.  The school nurse or clinical aid will be happy to help you contact your parents after checking your temperature. (Reinders 2/8/19-)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • Students, new semester! If you have off campus, you MUST go and get your new off campus pass from the counseling office as they will be checked when you leave campus! ( Cortez 1/24/18-)

     

    • Official SPRING Tryouts start on Saturday, February 23, 2019.

     

    • Students, new semester! If you have off campus, you MUST go and get your new off campus pass from the counseling office as they will be checked when you leave campus! ( Cortez 1/24/18-)

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Tuesday, Feb 12, 2019

    • Celebrate kindness month in the library.  Come and check out books about friends, family, and pets or join your friends for games at lunch or after school.  Our highlighted authors this month are Jason Reynolds, Toni Morrison, and Jaqueline Woodson.  We have exactly the right book waiting for you, come and check it out! ( Hefner 2/11/19-2/15/19)

     

    • Students and staff we are in the cold and flu season.  Please make sure you are washing your hands consistently and not sharing drinks or food. If you are sick and want to go home please go to the clinic before calling/texting your parents.  The school nurse or clinical aid will be happy to help you contact your parents after checking your temperature. (Reinders 2/8/19-)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • Students, new semester! If you have off campus, you MUST go and get your new off campus pass from the counseling office as they will be checked when you leave campus! ( Cortez 1/24/18-)

     

    • Official SPRING Tryouts start on Saturday, February 23, 2019.

     

    • Students, new semester! If you have off campus, you MUST go and get your new off campus pass from the counseling office as they will be checked when you leave campus! ( Cortez 1/24/18-)

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  • Friday, Feb 8, 2019

     

    • Students and staff we are in the cold and flu season.  Please make sure you are washing your hands consistently and not sharing drinks or food. If you are sick and want to go home please go to the clinic before calling/texting your parents.  The school nurse or clinical aid will be happy to help you contact your parents after checking your temperature. (Reinders 2/8/19-)

     

    • Feb 8th: Today is the last day to place an order for the Valentine’s Day Rose Fundraiser. They are $3 each, you can place an order outside of the counseling office with Cougars Helping Cougars. (Cisneros 2/8/19)

     

    • February 4th - 8th is National School Counselor's Week.  Stop by and let you counselor know that he or she makes an impact in your life.( Hamilton 2/4/19-2/8/19)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • Today,Friday February 8th is the last day to clear for spring sports, so that means there’s still time to sign up for the Boys and Girls Lacrosse Teams! If you’re interested in giving the sport a try please come see Mrs. Beadell in room 228 for more information. New players to the sport are welcome. (Beadell 1/29/19-2/17/19)

     

    • Students, new semester! If you have off campus, you MUST go and get your new off campus pass from the counseling office as they will be checked when you leave campus! ( Cortez 1/24/18-)

     

    • There IS only 1 MORE DAY to complete your athletic clearance on RegisterMyAthlete.com for SPRING SPORTS. SPRING Sports registration must be completed by FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2019. (Sterett 2/8/19)

     

    • Official SPRING Tryouts start on Saturday, February 23, 2019.

     

    • Students, new semester! If you have off campus, you MUST go and get your new off campus pass from the counseling office as they will be checked when you leave campus! ( Cortez 1/24/18-)

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Tuesday, Feb 5, 2019

     

    • FBLA will be having a “Miracle Minute” on Friday during CNN.  All funds raised will be donated to the March of Dimes, helping premature babies.  Please bring extra change or a couple dollars to donate. (Weible 2/5/19-2/8/19)

     

    • February 4th - 8th is National School Counselor's Week.  Stop by and let you counselor know that he or she makes an impact in your life.( Hamilton 2/4/19-2/8/19)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • SSHS Senior Student-Athlete Signing Ceremony

     

                Date: Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 

                Time:   11:40 AM  

                Location:   SSHS Main Gym Lobby 

     

                Daniel Horner (Cross Country) = University of Nevada, Reno

                Michael Keating (Lacrosse) = St. Ambrose University in Davenport, IA

                Austin Miller (Lacrosse) = Dominican University of California

                Alycia Flora (Soccer) = Peninsula College in Port Angeles, WA

                Bianca Nolasco (Softball) = Highline College in Des Moines, WA

                (Anderson 1/31/19-2/6/19)

     

    • Friday February 8th is the last day to clear for spring sports, so that means there’s still time to sign up for the Boys and Girls Lacrosse Teams! If you’re interested in giving the sport a try please come see Mrs. Beadell in room 228 for more information. New players to the sport are welcome. (Beadell 1/29/19-2/17/19)

     

    • Students, new semester! If you have off campus, you MUST go and get your new off campus pass from the counseling office as they will be checked when you leave campus! ( Cortez 1/24/18-)

     

    • There are only 3 MORE DAYS to complete your athletic clearance on RegisterMyAthlete.com for SPRING SPORTS. SPRING Sports registration must be completed by FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2019. (Sterett 2/8/19)

     

    • Official SPRING Tryouts start on Saturday, February 23, 2019.

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  • Monday, Feb 4, 2019

    • February 4th - 8th is National School Counselor's Week.  Stop by and let you counselor know that he or she makes an impact in your life.( Hamilton 2/4/19-2/8/19)

     

    • Students: If you’re interested in being part of the Yearbook experience, you can pick up an application packet in front of room 113, or in the counseling office.  If you have any questions about the course, see your counselor or Ms. Martinez. (Martinez 2/4-)

     

    • SSHS Senior Student-Athlete Signing Ceremony

     

                Date: Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 

                Time:   11:40 AM  

                Location:   SSHS Main Gym Lobby 

     

                Daniel Horner (Cross Country) = University of Nevada, Reno

                Michael Keating (Lacrosse) = St. Ambrose University in Davenport, IA

                Austin Miller (Lacrosse) = Dominican University of California

                Alycia Flora (Soccer) = Peninsula College in Port Angeles, WA

                Bianca Nolasco (Softball) = Highline College in Des Moines, WA

                (Anderson 1/31/19-2/6/19)

     

    • Friday February 8th is the last day to clear for spring sports, so that means there’s still time to sign up for the Boys and Girls Lacrosse Teams! If you’re interested in giving the sport a try please come see Mrs. Beadell in room 228 for more information. New players to the sport are welcome. (Beadell 1/29/19-2/17/19)

     

    • Students, new semester! If you have off campus, you MUST go and get your new off campus pass from the counseling office as they will be checked when you leave campus! ( Cortez 1/24/18-)

     

    • There are only 4 MORE DAYS to complete your athletic clearance on RegisterMyAthlete.com for SPRING SPORTS. SPRING Sports registration must be completed by FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2019. (Sterett 2/8/19)

     

    • Official SPRING Tryouts start on Saturday, February 23, 2019.

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

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  • Friday, Feb 1, 2019

     

    • SSHS Senior Student-Athlete Signing Ceremony

     

                Date: Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 

                Time:   11:40 AM  

                Location:   SSHS Main Gym Lobby 

     

                Daniel Horner (Cross Country) = University of Nevada, Reno

                Michael Keating (Lacrosse) = St. Ambrose University in Davenport, IA

                Austin Miller (Lacrosse) = Dominican University of California

                Alycia Flora (Soccer) = Peninsula College in Port Angeles, WA

                Bianca Nolasco (Softball) = Highline College in Des Moines, WA

                (Anderson 1/31/19-2/6/19)

     

    • Friday February 8th is the last day to clear for spring sports, so that means there’s still time to sign up for the Boys and Girls Lacrosse Teams! If you’re interested in giving the sport a try please come see Mrs. Beadell in room 228 for more information. New players to the sport are welcome. (Beadell 1/29/19-2/17/19)

     

    • Students, new semester! If you have off campus, you MUST go and get your new off campus pass from the counseling office as they will be checked when you leave campus! ( Cortez 1/24/18-)

     

    • There are only 5 MORE DAYS to complete your athletic clearance on RegisterMyAthlete.com for SPRING SPORTS. SPRING Sports registration must be completed by FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2019. (Sterett 2/8/19)

     

    • Official SPRING Tryouts start on Saturday, February 23, 2019.

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Wednesday, January 30, 2019

     

    • Friday February 8th is the last day to clear for spring sports, so that means there’s still time to sign up for the Boys and Girls Lacrosse Teams! If you’re interested in giving the sport a try please come see Mrs. Beadell in room 228 for more information. New players to the sport are welcome. (Beadell 1/29/19-2/17/19)

     

    • The African American Student Union will be meeting in the Career Center during lunch today. All students are welcome to join and hear about the new club! (Cabrera-1/29/19-1/29/19)

     

    • Students, new semester! If you have off campus, you MUST go and get your new off campus pass from the counseling office as they will be checked when you leave campus! ( Cortez 1/24/18-)

     

    • There are only 7 MORE DAYS to complete your athletic clearance on RegisterMyAthlete.com for SPRING SPORTS. SPRING Sports registration must be completed by FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2019. (Sterett 2/8/19)

     

    • Official SPRING Tryouts start on Saturday, February 23, 2019.

     

    • Students, if you have 5th period off campus, please pick up your report cards in the office. ( Cable 1/17-

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Monday, January 28, 2019

     

    • Do you have what it takes to become a Marine? There will be a Pull Up Bar Competition on Wednesday during lunch outside of the Career Center. Join the challenge! (1/28/19-1/29/19- Cabrera)

     

    • Students, the African American Student Union will be meeting in the Career Center on Wednesday during Lunch. All students are welcome to join and hear about the new club! (1/28/19-1/29/19)

     

    • Students, new semester! If you have off campus, you MUST go and get your new off campus pass from the counseling office as they will be checked when you leave campus! ( Cortez 1/24/18-)

     

    • There are only 9 MORE DAYS to complete your athletic clearance on RegisterMyAthlete.com for SPRING SPORTS. SPRING Sports registration must be completed by FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2019. (Sterett 2/8/19)

     

    • Official SPRING Tryouts start on Saturday, February 23, 2019.

     

    • Students, if you have 5th period off campus, please pick up your report cards in the office. ( Cable 1/17-

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Friday, January 25, 2019

     

    • Good morning, students and teachers. The countdown to the NAEP assessment is underway. We are only 9 days away from NAEP Day on February 7th, when some of our 12th-graders will take this important assessment to measure our nation’s educational progress. Students and teachers, if you have any questions, please reach out to Mr. Urmston, our School’s NAEP coordinator. Thank you. (Urston 1/25/19)

     

    • Students, new semester! If you have off campus, you MUST go and get your new off campus pass from the counseling office as they will be checked when you leave campus! ( Cortez 1/24/18-)

     

    • There are only 10 MORE DAYS to complete your athletic clearance on RegisterMyAthlete.com for SPRING SPORTS. SPRING Sports registration must be completed by FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2019. (Sterett 2/8/19)

     

    • Official SPRING Tryouts start on Saturday, February 23, 2019.

     

    • Students, if you have 5th period off campus, please pick up your report cards in the office. ( Cable 1/17-

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • Students, if you did not earn credit in a class because you did not meet the 90% attendance requirement, you may apply to have your attendance reviewed.  You can pick up an Attendance Appeal Application from your counselor or from your attendance secretary.  Late Attendance Appeal Applications are due in the Main Office by Friday, January 25, at 3:00 pm.  (Marin 1/14-1/25)  

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  • Wednesday, January 23, 2019

     

    • Congratulations to our FCCLA members who competed & won, this past weekend in the Teens Cook with Heart competition at AACT.  Today Wednesday January 23, we will have a meeting in Room 171 to discuss the upcoming State Leadership Conference, and other events quickly approaching.  Come join us with your lunch, and ideas to share. (Peters 1/23)
    • Good morning, students and teachers. The countdown to the NAEP assessment is underway. We are only 11 days away from NAEP Day on February 7th, when some of our 12th-graders will take this important assessment to measure our nation’s educational progress. Students and teachers, if you have any questions, please reach out to Mr. Urmston, our School’s NAEP coordinator. Thank you. (URMSTON 1/23)

     

    • Any boy interested in playing golf this year, there is a meeting at lunch in Room 254 on Thursday. ( Wirshing 1/22-1/24)

     

    • FBLA will be having a meeting Thursday at lunch in 122.  If you want to compete in State, be there! (Weible 1/22-24)

     

    • Students, if you have 5th period off campus, please pick up your report cards in the office. ( Cable 1/17-

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Meetings for FCCLA are Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171( Lucy 1/17

     

    • Students, if you did not earn credit in a class because you did not meet the 90% attendance requirement, you may apply to have your attendance reviewed.  You can pick up an Attendance Appeal Application from your counselor or from your attendance secretary.  Late Attendance Appeal Applications are due in the Main Office by Friday, January 25, at 3:00 pm.  (Marin 1/14-1/25)  

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Friday, January 18, 2019

     

    • Students, if you have 5th period off campus, please pick up your report cards in the office. ( Cable 1/17-

     

    • Tutoring will be Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning today @ 2:45-4:00 in the Career Center. (Villegas 1/17-

     

    • Good morning, students and teachers. We are excited to announce that our school has been selected to participate in the 2019 National Assessment of Educational Progress, also known as NAEP. It is the largest continuing and nationally representative assessment of what students across the country know and can do in a variety of subjects. Some of our 12th-graders have been selected to take assessments in math, reading, science, and writing.  To those who have been selected for this important test, you have all our support, and I have NO doubt that you will represent us well! More details to follow as we move closer to our school’s assessment day. Thank you in advance for your involvement. (Urmston 1/17-1/18)

     

    • Seniors!! The deadline for your Yearbook senior ad is this Friday! No late ads will be accepted! See Ms. Martinez in room 113 for details. (1/14-1/17)

     

    • FCCLA meetings at lunch in Room 171 ( Peters 1/15-

     

    • Students, if you did not earn credit in a class because you did not meet the 90% attendance requirement, you may apply to have your attendance reviewed.  You can pick up an Attendance Appeal Application from your counselor or from your attendance secretary.  Late Attendance Appeal Applications are due in the Main Office by Friday, January 25, at 3:00 pm.  (Marin 1/14-1/25)  

     

    • Students,when attending athletic events and activities, please remember you are representing Spanish Springs High School and the community. Come out and support our teams in positive ways. Inappropriate behaviors such as booing, taunting, use of profanity, and disrespecting the players is unacceptable and will lead to removal from events, possible bans from attending future events, and consequences from the Student Relations Office. Use of air horns and popping streamers are also against NIAA policy, and can lead to teams being penalized.(Urmston 12/11-1/18)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  • Wednesday, January 16, 2019

     

    • Seniors!! The deadline for your Yearbook senior ad is this Friday! No late ads will be accepted! See Ms. Martinez in room 113 for details. (1/14-1/17)

     

    • There will be a short meeting for all those interested in competing in track and field this spring that will take place this Thursday during lunch in the trophy case foyer outside the main gym.  Those that are currently involved in a winter sport are also welcome to attend. ( Hummel(1/16-1/17)

     

    • FCCLA meetings at lunch in Room 171 ( Peters 1/15-

     

    • Students, if you did not earn credit in a class because you did not meet the 90% attendance requirement, you may apply to have your attendance reviewed.  You can pick up an Attendance Appeal Application from your counselor or from your attendance secretary.  Late Attendance Appeal Applications are due in the Main Office by Friday, January 25, at 3:00 pm.  (Marin 1/14-1/25)  

     

    • Students,when attending athletic events and activities, please remember you are representing Spanish Springs High School and the community. Come out and support our teams in positive ways. Inappropriate behaviors such as booing, taunting, use of profanity, and disrespecting the players is unacceptable and will lead to removal from events, possible bans from attending future events, and consequences from the Student Relations Office. Use of air horns and popping streamers are also against NIAA policy, and can lead to teams being penalized.(Urmston 12/11-1/18)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  • Tuesday, January 15, 2019

     

    • Seniors!! The deadline for your Yearbook senior ad is this Friday! No late ads will be accepted! See Ms. Martinez in room 113 for details. (1/14-1/17)

     

    • Students, if you did not earn credit in a class because you did not meet the 90% attendance requirement, you may apply to have your attendance reviewed.  You can pick up an Attendance Appeal Application from your counselor or from your attendance secretary.  Late Attendance Appeal Applications are due in the Main Office by Friday, January 25, at 3:00 pm.  (Marin 1/14-1/25)  

     

    • Students,when attending athletic events and activities, please remember you are representing Spanish Springs High School and the community. Come out and support our teams in positive ways. Inappropriate behaviors such as booing, taunting, use of profanity, and disrespecting the players is unacceptable and will lead to removal from events, possible bans from attending future events, and consequences from the Student Relations Office. Use of air horns and popping streamers are also against NIAA policy, and can lead to teams being penalized.(Urmston 12/11-1/18)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  • Monday, January 14, 2019

     

     

    • Students, if you did not earn credit in a class because you did not meet the 90% attendance requirement, you may apply to have your attendance reviewed.  You can pick up an Attendance Appeal Application from your counselor or from your attendance secretary.  Late Attendance Appeal Applications are due in the Main Office by Friday, January 25, at 3:00 pm.  (Marin 1/14-1/25)  

     

    • Students,when attending athletic events and activities, please remember you are representing Spanish Springs High School and the community. Come out and support our teams in positive ways. Inappropriate behaviors such as booing, taunting, use of profanity, and disrespecting the players is unacceptable and will lead to removal from events, possible bans from attending future events, and consequences from the Student Relations Office. Use of air horns and popping streamers are also against NIAA policy, and can lead to teams being penalized.(Urmston 12/11-1/18)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Friday, December 14,2018

     

     

    • Students, if you will be appealing your absences because you did not meet the 90% attendance requirement for the fall semester, all Attendance Appeal Applications are due to the Main Office no later than Monday, December 17.  90% attendance is required to earn a credit in a class, even if you are passing the class!!  Late applications may not be considered so get them in on time!  For applications and questions, see the Attendance Secretaries in the Main Office.( Marin 12/11-12/17)

     

    • Today the library will only be open the second half of lunch. The library will be open after school and will return to regular hours Monday. ( Hefner 12/13)

     

    • Students,when attending athletic events and activities, please remember you are representing Spanish Springs High School and the community. Come out and support our teams in positive ways. Inappropriate behaviors such as booing, taunting, use of profanity, and disrespecting the players is unacceptable and will lead to removal from events, possible bans from attending future events, and consequences from the Student Relations Office. Use of air horns and popping streamers are also against NIAA policy, and can lead to teams being penalized.(Urmston 12/11-1/18)

     

    • If you are interested in playing on the boys or girls lacrosse team, please stop Mrs. Beadell’s room 228 to sign up. Pre-season shoot-arounds will begin on  January 5th. New players to the game are always welcome. (Beadell 12/13-12/14)

     

    • SENIORS – Interested in receiving 3 elective college credits and 1 high school elective credit through one class? TMCC will be teaching Communications 113 AT SSHS at a discounted rate during the Spring semester. This class will be offered from 1-2:15pm every Tuesday and Thursday. Students must have a 2.5GPA and have 3rd and 6th period off-campus. See your counselor for more information and a registration form! (Meyers 12/1-12/18)

     

    • Everyone with an elevator key needs to return it to the clinic BEFORE winter break for inventory( Bergstrom 12/10-12/20)

     

    • Students!! Don’t miss your chance to provide valuable feedback about your school’s breakfast and lunch programs. Are there foods you want to see on the menus?? Are there things you think could help with the service? Let us know so we can help address your feedback.There’s still time! The student ViewPOINT survey continues to run this week! Take advantage of this opportunity to provide feedback about the food service at our school. We want to understand your preferences so that we can create a better dining experience for you!! Please visit www.StudentVP.com/Washoe. It only takes 5 min. Hobbs( 12/10-14)

     

    • This spring, Spanish Springs High School will produce the musical Beauty and the Beast! Will you be in it? Auditions will be held Thursday, December 20th  in the Auditorium at 12:30-5:00 after finals. A mandatory Dance Audition and Call Backs will be held on Friday, December 21st. Audition material and information can be found in the theatre. Sign-up on the Theatre door in the art hall, second door on the left! See you at auditions! ( Steiber 12/10-12/21)

     

    • Are you interested in playing on the Boys or Girls Lacrosse team this year? Did you know it is now considered a District Recognized Sport?  Please stop by Mrs. Beadell’s room 228 to sign up and make sure you attend the parent/player meeting this coming Tuesday at 6:00 in the cafeteria. New players to the sport are always welcome. (Beadell 12/6/18-12-11/18)

     

    • There will be a softball Player / Parent meeting December 5th at 5:30 PM in the career center ( Anderson -11/27-12/05)

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy??? Need a blanket to get warm in this cold weather?? Ms. Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougars colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each, or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons, and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle!! Winner will be announced Dec 14.  ( Clark 11/16)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Thursday, December 13,2018

     

    • Students, if you will be appealing your absences because you did not meet the 90% attendance requirement for the fall semester, all Attendance Appeal Applications are due to the Main Office no later than Monday, December 17.  90% attendance is required to earn a credit in a class, even if you are passing the class!!  Late applications may not be considered so get them in on time!  For applications and questions, see the Attendance Secretaries in the Main Office.( Marin 12/11-12/17)

     

    • Today the library will be closed for lunch and on Friday the library will only be open the second half of lunch. The library will be open both before school and after school and will return to regular hours Monday. ( Hefner 12/13)

     

    • Students,when attending athletic events and activities, please remember you are representing Spanish Springs High School and the community. Come out and support our teams in positive ways. Inappropriate behaviors such as booing, taunting, use of profanity, and disrespecting the players is unacceptable and will lead to removal from events, possible bans from attending future events, and consequences from the Student Relations Office. Use of air horns and popping streamers are also against NIAA policy, and can lead to teams being penalized.(Urmston 12/11-1/18)

     

    • If you are interested in playing on the boys or girls lacrosse team, please stop Mrs. Beadell’s room 228 to sign up. Pre-season shoot-arounds will begin on  January 5th. New players to the game are always welcome. (Beadell 12/13-12/14)

     

    • SENIORS – Interested in receiving 3 elective college credits and 1 high school elective credit through one class? TMCC will be teaching Communications 113 AT SSHS at a discounted rate during the Spring semester. This class will be offered from 1-2:15pm every Tuesday and Thursday. Students must have a 2.5GPA and have 3rd and 6th period off-campus. See your counselor for more information and a registration form! (Meyers 12/1-12/18)

     

    • Everyone with an elevator key needs to return it to the clinic BEFORE winter break for inventory( Bergstrom 12/10-12/20)

     

    • Students!! Don’t miss your chance to provide valuable feedback about your school’s breakfast and lunch programs. Are there foods you want to see on the menus?? Are there things you think could help with the service? Let us know so we can help address your feedback.There’s still time! The student ViewPOINT survey continues to run this week! Take advantage of this opportunity to provide feedback about the food service at our school. We want to understand your preferences so that we can create a better dining experience for you!! Please visit www.StudentVP.com/Washoe. It only takes 5 min. Hobbs( 12/10-14)

     

    • This spring, Spanish Springs High School will produce the musical Beauty and the Beast! Will you be in it? Auditions will be held Thursday, December 20th  in the Auditorium at 12:30-5:00 after finals. A mandatory Dance Audition and Call Backs will be held on Friday, December 21st. Audition material and information can be found in the theatre. Sign-up on the Theatre door in the art hall, second door on the left! See you at auditions! ( Steiber 12/10-12/21)

     

    • Are you interested in playing on the Boys or Girls Lacrosse team this year? Did you know it is now considered a District Recognized Sport?  Please stop by Mrs. Beadell’s room 228 to sign up and make sure you attend the parent/player meeting this coming Tuesday at 6:00 in the cafeteria. New players to the sport are always welcome. (Beadell 12/6/18-12-11/18)

     

    • There will be a softball Player / Parent meeting December 5th at 5:30 PM in the career center ( Anderson -11/27-12/05)

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy??? Need a blanket to get warm in this cold weather?? Ms. Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougars colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each, or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons, and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle!! Winner will be announced Dec 14.  ( Clark 11/16)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

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  • Tuesday, December 11,2018

     

    • Congrats to the wrestling team for winning the Cody Louk Invitational this past weekend.

     

    Devin Griffen 1st

    Keegan Cramer 2nd

    Nick Foster 1st and named the Outstanding Wrestler

    Dallin Gresko 3rd

    Cory Sego 2nd

    Brady Masset 5th

    Anthony Sissom 3rd

    Logan Blocher 2nd

    Parker Luthy 5th

    Colby Preston 1st

    Jacob Gustavson 6th

    Make sure to come out and support the team this Wednesday as your Cougars take on the Lancers of McQueen.  JV starts at 6pm and Varsity will follow.

     

    • SENIORS – Interested in receiving 3 elective college credits and 1 high school elective credit through one class? TMCC will be teaching Communications 113 AT SSHS at a discounted rate during the Spring semester. This class will be offered from 1-2:15pm every Tuesday and Thursday. Students must have a 2.5GPA and have 3rd and 6th period off-campus. See your counselor for more information and a registration form! (Meyers 12/1-12/18)

     

    • Everyone with an elevator key needs to return it to the clinic BEFORE winter break for inventory( Bergstrom 12/10-12/20)

     

    • Students!! Don’t miss your chance to provide valuable feedback about your school’s breakfast and lunch programs. Are there foods you want to see on the menus?? Are there things you think could help with the service? Let us know so we can help address your feedback.There’s still time! The student ViewPOINT survey continues to run this week! Take advantage of this opportunity to provide feedback about the food service at our school. We want to understand your preferences so that we can create a better dining experience for you!! Please visit www.StudentVP.com/Washoe. It only takes 5 min. Hobbs( 12/10-14)

     

    • This spring, Spanish Springs High School will produce the musical Beauty and the Beast! Will you be in it? Auditions will be held Thursday, December 20th  in the Auditorium at 12:30-5:00 after finals. A mandatory Dance Audition and Call Backs will be held on Friday, December 21st. Audition material and information can be found in the theatre. Sign-up on the Theatre door in the art hall, second door on the left! See you at auditions! ( Steiber 12/10-12/21)

     

    • If you are interested in playing baseball in the spring, please plan to join winter open field practice beginning on January 14th.  We will be having a meeting on Wednesday, December 12th to sign paperwork and talk about expectations for practice.  The meeting will be at lunch, in room 223! (Ortiz 12/4/18-12/12/18)

     

    • Are you interested in playing on the Boys or Girls Lacrosse team this year? Did you know it is now considered a District Recognized Sport?  Please stop by Mrs. Beadell’s room 228 to sign up and make sure you attend the parent/player meeting this coming Tuesday at 6:00 in the cafeteria. New players to the sport are always welcome. (Beadell 12/6/18-12-11/18)

     

    • There will be a softball Player / Parent meeting December 5th at 5:30 PM in the career center ( Anderson -11/27-12/05)

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy??? Need a blanket to get warm in this cold weather?? Ms. Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougars colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each, or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons, and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle!! Winner will be announced Dec 14.  ( Clark 11/16)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  • Wednesday, December 5,2018

    • Students: the student ViewPOINT Survey is available these next 2 weeks!

    This survey allows you to provide valuable feedback and impact positive change to our cafeteria food service! Please visit www.StudentVP.com/Washoe. The survey only takes five minutes to complete and can help shape the nutrition services programs that better work for you. So, next time you have 5 minutes to spare, please be sure to to take the Student ViewPOINT Survey! It’s all about food service at our school. We want to hear your feedback so that we can better understand your needs and preferences. Visit www.StudentVP.com/Washoe to help us create a positive dining experience at school. ( Hobbs 12/4-12/7)

     

    • If you are interested in coming out for the boys or girls lacrosse teams, please stop by Mrs. Beadell’s room 228 to sign up.  New players to the game are always welcome! (11/3-11/5)

     

    • There will be a softball Player / Parent meeting TODAY December 5th at 5:30 PM in the career center ( Anderson -11/27-12/05)

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy??? Need a blanket to get warm in this cold weather?? Ms. Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougars colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each, or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons, and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle!! Winner will be announced Dec 14.  ( Clark 11/16)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

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  • Monday, December 3,2018

     

    • If you are interested in coming out for the boys or girls lacrosse teams, please stop by Mrs. Beadell’s room 228 to sign up.  New players to the game are always welcome!

     

    • Spanish Springs High School will be conducting the 10thgrade State mandated vision, hearing, height and weight screening on 12/04/2018.  If you do not want to participate, please have your parent or guardian send a written notice to the School Health Office.  Written notification will need to be received no later than 2:00 PM on Monday 12/03/2018.  For more information, please contact your School Nurse Robin Reinders, RN at 321-3941 or via email rreinders@washoeschools.net 

     

    • There will be a softball Player / Parent meeting December 5th at 5:30 PM in the career center ( Anderson -11/27-12/05)

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy??? Need a blanket to get warm in this cold weather?? Ms. Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougars colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each, or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons, and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle!! Winner will be announced Dec 14.  ( Clark 11/16)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  • Tuesday, November 27 2018

     

    • There will be a softball Player / Parent meeting December 5th at 5:30 PM in the career center ( Anderson -11/27-12/05)

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy??? Need a blanket to get warm in this cold weather?? Ms. Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougars colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each, or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons, and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle!! Winner will be announced Dec 14.  ( Clark 11/16)

     

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  • Monday, November 26,2018

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy??? Need a blanket to get warm in this cold weather?? Ms. Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougars colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each, or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons, and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle!! Winner will be announced Dec 14.  ( Clark 11/16)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  • Monday, November 19,2018

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy??? Need a blanket to get warm in this cold weather?? Ms. Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougars colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each, or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons, and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle!! Winner will be announced Dec 14.  ( Clark 11/16)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and

    Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Friday, November 16,2018

     

    • This week is College Week. Today, we will have college representatives from UNLV, Menlo College, University of Montana, University of Idaho, UNR and TMCC! Students, please make your way down to the Career Center to meet College and University representatives during lunch time to speak with you about particular programs you may be interested in!( Joceyln 11/16)

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy??? Need a blanket to get warm in this cold weather?? Ms. Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougars colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each, or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons, and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle!! Winner will be announced Dec 14.  ( Clark 11/16)

     

    • Seniors:  Time is almost up.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is TODAY,November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and

    Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Thursday, November 15,2018

     

    • This week is College Week. Students, please make your way down to the Career Center to meet College and University representatives during lunch time to speak with you about particular programs you may be interested in! (Cabrera 11/15-11/15)

     

    • Seniors:  Time is running out.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is TOMORROW November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and

    Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy?? Need a blanket to get warm in the cold weather??? Ms.Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougar colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons, and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle! Winner will be announced Dec 19th. (Clark 10/15-12-19)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

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  • Tuesday, November 13,2018

     

    • SSHS Staff and Coaches:

     

    • SSHS Senior Student-Athlete Signing Ceremony

     

    • Date: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018 
    • Time:   11:40 AM  
    • Location:   SSHS Main Gym Lobby 

     

    • Jordyn Boswell (Volleyball) = College of Idaho
    • Connor Culp (Baseball) = University of Nevada, Las Vegas
    • Payton Lee (Diving) = University of Wyoming 
    • Cierra Harn (Softball) = Blue Mountain College in Pendleton, OR ( Anderson 11/9-11/14)

     

    • This week is College Week. Students, please make your way down to the Career Center to meet College and University representatives during lunch time to speak with you about particular programs you may be interested in! (Cabrera 11/13-11/13)

     

    • Seniors:  Time is running out.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and

    Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy?? Need a blanket to get warm in the cold weather??? Ms.Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougar colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons, and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle! Winner will be announced Dec 19th. (Clark 10/15-12-19)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Friday, November 9,2018

     

    • Students with 5* off campus:  Please stop by the office to pick up your progress reports ( Cable 10/25-11/9)

     

    • Cougars!! Make sure to come support our football team TONIGHT and keep that spirit going this FOR for our 2nd round playoff game at home!! Game time is set for 7pm. see you there, Go Cougars!! ( Anderson 11/7-11/9)

     

    • SSHS Staff and Coaches:

     

    • SSHS Senior Student-Athlete Signing Ceremony

     Date: Wednesday, November 14th, 2018 

    • Time:   11:40 AM  
    • Location:   SSHS Main Gym Lobby 

     

    • Jordyn Boswell (Volleyball) = College of Idaho
    • Connor Culp (Baseball) = University of Nevada, Las Vegas
    • Payton Lee (Diving) = University of Wyoming 
    • Cierra Harn (Softball) = Blue Mountain College in Pendleton, OR ( Anderson 11/9-11/14)

     

    • Are you a Bilingual Junior interested in a Health Care career? UNR has a new program for Bilingual Juniors. During 3 weeks of summer, you will have the opportunity to stay in the UNR dorms, learn about your selected healthcare career, experience lab, hospital and clinical settings all for free! Food is also provided. If you are interested, please see Ms. Cabrera in the Career Center today. Applications are due soon. (Cabrera 11/08/18- 11/09/18)

     

    • The chess club is up and running.  If you’d like to get in a few games of chess or if you want to learn, please come to room 225.  We currently don’t have many boards, if you have one laying around, please bring it in.  We have players that play everyday so come join the fun. ( Louton 11/8-11/9)

     

    • Boy’s basketball tryouts will be held on Saturday Nov. 10 and Monday Nov. 12.  See the flyers in the gym and boys locker room for times or see Coach Penney in room 151.  You must be cleared through Register My Athlete in order to tryout.  If you are not cleared you will not be able to tryout. (Penney 10/29-11/9)

     

    • Seniors:  Time is running out.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and

    Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy?? Need a blanket to get warm in the cold weather??? Ms.Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougar colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons, and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle! Winner will be announced Dec 19th. (Clark 10/15-12-19)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Thursday, Nov. 8th, 2018

     

    • Students with 5* off campus:  Please stop by the office to pick up your progress reports ( Cable 10/25-11/9)

     

    • Congratulations to the following members of the Cross Country team for being selected for the All North Regional Team.For Boys: Isaak Reid was selected 1st team and Pierce Simpkins for 2nd

    For Girls: Elise Cummins was selected 1st team and Lilian McMillen made 2nd team.Congratulations as well to Daniel Horner for his 2nd place finish at State on Saturday. Way to go Cougars!

    • Cougars!! Make sure to come support our football team and keep that spirit going this Friday for our 2nd round playoff game at home!! Game time is set for 7pm. see you there, Go Cougars!! ( Anderson 11/7-11/9)

     

    • Are you a Bilingual Junior interested in a Health Care career? UNR has a new program for Bilingual Juniors. During 3 weeks of summer, you will have the opportunity to stay in the UNR dorms, learn about your selected healthcare career, experience lab, hospital and clinical settings all for free! Food is also provided. If you are interested, please see Ms. Cabrera in the Career Center today. Applications are due soon. (Cabrera 11/08/18- 11/09/18)

     

    • The chess club is up and running.  If you’d like to get in a few games of chess or if you want to learn, please come to room 225.  We currently don’t have many boards, if you have one laying around, please bring it in.  We have players that play everyday so come join the fun. ( Louton 11/8-11/9)

     

    • Boy’s basketball tryouts will be held on Saturday Nov. 10 and Monday Nov. 12.  See the flyers in the gym and boys locker room for times or see Coach Penney in room 151.  You must be cleared through Register My Athlete in order to tryout.  If you are not cleared you will not be able to tryout. (Penney 10/29-11/9)

     

    • Seniors:  Time is running out.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and

    Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy?? Need a blanket to get warm in the cold weather??? Ms.Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougar colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons, and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle! Winner will be announced Dec 19th. (Clark 10/15-12-19)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Tryouts for winter 2018-19 Cheer and Stunt team will be held November 7 and 8! If you are interested, please stop by the main office to pick up an information flyer. The coaching staff is happy to answer any questions you have, so come check it out! There are sign-up forms in the main office. ( Hendrix 10/22-11/2)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Monday, November 5 2018

     

    • Congratulations to the boys varsity football team with their first round playoff win over Galena 56-25. Come support us this Friday for our 2nd round playoff game at home.  Game time is set for 7pm.  Go Cougars!! ( Borja 11/5)

     

    • Congratulations to Boys Soccer Head Coach Winston Mora and the team for winning the North Region Championship. Please wish all the players Good Luck at State on Friday in Las Vegas! (Anderson 11/5)

     

    • Girls basketball we will have open gym tomorrow and Wednesday 6:00 pm to 7:15 pm. ( Villegas 11/5-11/6)

     

    • Students with 5* off campus:  Please stop by the office to pick up your progress reports ( Cable 10/25-11/9)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • Boy’s basketball tryouts will be held on Saturday Nov. 10 and Monday Nov. 12.  See the flyers in the gym and boys locker room for times or see Coach Penney in room 151.  You must be cleared through Register My Athlete in order to tryout.  If you are not cleared you will not be able to tryout. (Penney 10/29-11/9)

     

    • Seniors:  Time is running out.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and

    Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy?? Need a blanket to get warm in the cold weather??? Ms.Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougar colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons,and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle! Winner will be announced Dec 19th. (Clark 10/15-12-19)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Tryouts for Winter 2018-19 Cheer and Stunt team will be held November 6, 7 and 8! If you’re interested please stop by the main office to pick up an information flyer.The coaching staff is happy to answer any questions you have, so come check it out! There are sign-up forms in the main office. ( Hendrix 10/22-11/2)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Friday, Nov. 2 2018                                                         

    Students with 5* off campus:  Please stop by the office to pick up your progress reports ( Cable 10/25-11/9)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • Boys basketball tryouts will be held on Saturday Nov. 10 and Monday Nov. 12.  See the flyers in the gym and boys locker room for times or see Coach Penney in room 151.  You must be cleared through Register My Athlete in order to tryout.  If you are not cleared you will not be able to tryout. (Penney 10/29-11/9)

     

    • Seniors:  Time is running out.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and

    Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy?? Need a blanket to get warm in the cold weather??? Ms.Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougar colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons,and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle! Winner will be announced Dec 19th. (Clark 10/15-12-19)
    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Tryouts for Winter 2018-19 Cheer and Stunt team will be held November 6, 7 and 8! If you’re interested please stop by the main office to pick up an information flyer.Also, there are two upcoming clinics you can attend prior to tryouts. They’ll be held on Tuesday, October 30 and Thursday, November 1 from 4:30-6:30pm. This is a great way to prepare for tryouts! The coaching staff is happy to answer any questions you have, so come check it out! There are sign-up forms in the main office. ( Hendrix 10/22-11/2)

     

    • TODAY IS THE LAST DAY to complete your athletic clearance on RegisterMyAthlete.com for WINTER SPORTS.

                You are unable to tryout if your sports registration is not completed.

                Official Winter Tryouts start on Saturday, November 10, 2018.

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Wednesday, Oct 31 2018

     

    Students with 5* off campus:  Please stop by the office to pick up your progress reports ( Cable 10/25-11/9)

     

    • Please help the Lady Cougars Volleyball team defeat the Manogue Miners on Thursday 11/01 at 5:00 PM at SSHS.

               The first 50 students with a current student ID will receive free      entry(Anderson 10/31-11/1)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • Boys basketball tryouts will be held on Saturday Nov. 10 and Monday Nov. 12.  See the flyers in the gym and boys locker room for times or see Coach Penney in room 151.  You must be cleared through Register My Athlete in order to tryout.  If you are not cleared you will not be able to tryout. (Penney 10/29-11/9)

     

    • Students interested in trying out for softball in the spring:  There will be a meeting at lunch this Thursday, Nov.1st , in the gym foyer.  If you plan on trying out for the 2019 season, please be present for this meeting. (Jones10/29-11-1)

     

    • Attention Skiers!  The ski team meeting was moved to Thursday, Nov. 1st in room 122 at lunch. ( Weible 10/24-10/30)

     

    • Seniors:  Time is running out.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and

    Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy?? Need a blanket to get warm in the cold weather??? Ms.Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougar colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons,and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle! Winner will be announced Dec 19th. (Clark 10/15-12-19)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Tryouts for Winter 2018-19 Cheer and Stunt team will be held November 6, 7 and 8! If you’re interested please stop by the main office to pick up an information flyer.Also, there are two upcoming clinics you can attend prior to tryouts. They’ll be held on Tuesday, October 30 and Thursday, November 1 from 4:30-6:30pm. This is a great way to prepare for tryouts! The coaching staff is happy to answer any questions you have, so come check it out! There are sign-up forms in the main office. ( Hendrix 10/22-11/2)

     

    • There is only 1 MORE DAY to complete your athletic clearance on RegisterMyAthlete.com for WINTER SPORTS.

                You are unable to tryout if your sports registration is not completed.

                Official Winter Tryouts start on Saturday, November 10, 2018

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Monday, Oct 29 2018

     

    • Congratulations to the Varsity football team on their 21-16 win over Reed last Thursday.  With that win, the 2018 team is High Desert League Champions, first ever for the school.  Please join us this Friday at 7pm as we host Galena, first round of the NIAA football playoffs. ( Borja 10/29)

     

    • Congratulations to the Cross Country team for their amazing performance at Regionals on Friday. Led by Isaak Reid and Pierce Simpkins our boys secured 2nd place, only 2 points from the title qualifying the entire boys team to State! Our girls also had their best Regional team finish qualifying both Elise Cummins and Lily McMillen for two of the seven individual spots at State. Good luck in Vegas Cougars!!! ( Beadell 10/29)

     

    • Students with 5* off campus:  Please stop by the office to pick up your progress reports ( Cable 10/25-11/9)
    • Boys basketball tryouts will be held on Saturday Nov. 10 and Monday Nov. 12.  See the flyers in the gym and boys locker room for times or see Coach Penney in room 151.  You must be cleared through Register My Athlete in order to tryout.  If you are not cleared you will not be able to tryout. (Penney 10/29-11/9)

     

    • Girls basketball there will be open tonight gym from 6-8 in the big gym. (Villegas 10/29)

     

    • Students interested in trying out for softball in the spring:  There will be a meeting at lunch this Thursday, Nov.1st , in the gym foyer.  If you plan on trying out for the 2019 season, please be present for this meeting. (Jones10/29-11-1)

     

    • Attention Skiers!  If you want to be on the SSHS Ski Team, there will be a meeting Tuesday, Oct. 30th in room 122 at lunch. ( Weible 10/24-10/30)

     

    • Have you heard?!?! The Washoe Noshery Food Truck will be at Spanish Springs during breakfast and lunch on Tuesday, Oct 30.Special menu have been prepared that include a loaded breakfast burrito and white chocolate mocha smoothie for breakfast; and Southwest Chicken Mac &Cheese, Southwest Chicken Street Taco’s, and a Vegetarian Baja Salad for lunch. Breakfast is $1.75, Lunch is $3.05, and a single entrée is 2.05. cash, MySchoolBucks, or free/reduced accounts are accepted.You won’t want to miss it!!! ( Hobbs- 10/24-10/25)

     

    • Seniors:  Time is running out.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and

    Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy?? Need a blanket to get warm in the cold weather??? Ms.Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougar colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons,and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle! Winner will be announced Dec 19th. (Clark 10/15-12-19)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Tryouts for Winter 2018-19 Cheer and Stunt team will be held November 6, 7 and 8! If you’re interested please stop by the main office to pick up an information flyer.Also, there are two upcoming clinics you can attend prior to tryouts. They’ll be held on Tuesday, October 30 and Thursday, November 1 from 4:30-6:30pm. This is a great way to prepare for tryouts! The coaching staff is happy to answer any questions you have, so come check it out! There are sign-up forms in the main office. ( Hendrix 10/22-11/2)

     

    • There are only 3 MORE DAYS to complete your athletic clearance on RegisterMyAthlete.com for WINTER SPORTS.

                You are unable to tryout if your sports registration is not completed.

                Official Winter Tryouts start on Saturday, November 10, 2018.

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

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  • Thursday, Oct 25 2018

     

    • Students with 5* off campus:  Please stop by the office to pick up your progress reports ( Cable 10/25-11/9)

     

    • Congratulations to the Freshman and JV football teams this year.  Great job players and coaches on another outstanding season.  Also, please join us at Reed HS tonight as our Varsity team plays Reed for the High Desert League Title!  Game time will be at 705pm.  GO Cougars!!! ( Borja 10/25)

     

    • Come out to support the Cross Country team tomorrow at Rancho San Rafael Park as they try to defend their Regional title.  Girls race at 10:35 and the boys go at 12:45.  Good luck Cougars!!!( Beadell 10/25)

     

    • Attention Skiers!  If you want to be on the SSHS Ski Team, there will be a meeting Tuesday, Oct. 30th in room 122 at lunch. ( Weible 10/24-10/30)

     

    • Spanish Springs High School will host the Washoe Noshery Food Truck during breakfast and lunch on Tuesday, Oct 30. Come a little early for breakfast and come back for lunch! There will be special menu items for both meals that you won’t be able to get anywhere else, including a loaded breakfast burrito and white chocolate mocha smoothie for breakfast; and Southwest Chicken Mac &Cheese, Southwest Chicken Street Taco’s, and a Vegetarian Baja Salad for lunch. You won’t want to miss it!!! ( Hobbs- 10/24-10/25)

     

    • SENIORS: Jostens will be here TODAY at lunch!

     

    • Seniors:  Time is running out.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and

    Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy?? Need a blanket to get warm in the cold weather??? Ms.Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougar colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons,and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle! Winner will be announced Dec 19th. (Clark 10/15-12-19)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Tryouts for Winter 2018-19 Cheer and Stunt team will be held November 6, 7 and 8! If you’re interested please stop by the main office to pick up an information flyer.Also, there are two upcoming clinics you can attend prior to tryouts. They’ll be held on Tuesday, October 30 and Thursday, November 1 from 4:30-6:30pm. This is a great way to prepare for tryouts! The coaching staff is happy to answer any questions you have, so come check it out! There are sign-up forms in the main office. ( Hendrix 10/22-11/2)

     

    • There are only 6 MORE DAYS to complete your athletic clearance on RegisterMyAthlete.com for WINTER SPORTS.

                You are unable to tryout if your sports registration is not completed.

                Official Winter Tryouts start on Saturday, November 10, 2018.

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Tuesday, Oct 23 2018

     

     

    • FBLA will be selling donuts and hot cocoa in the main hall before school Thursday only.  $1 each, start your day off right! ( Weible 10/23-10/24)

     

    • Wednesday October 24th is not an early release. Students will be released at 2:30. ( Hawkins 10/29)

     

    • SENIORS: Jostens will be here Thursday Oct 25th for graduation and jewelry orders. ( Jostens 10/22-10/25)

     

    • Seniors:  Time is running out.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and

    Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy?? Need a blanket to get warm in the cold weather??? Ms.Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougar colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons,and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle! Winner will be announced Dec 19th. (Clark 10/15-12-19)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • There are only 8 MORE DAYS to complete your athletic clearance on RegisterMyAthlete.com for WINTER SPORTS.

                You are unable to tryout if your sports registration is not completed.

                Official Winter Tryouts start on Saturday, November 10, 2018.

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

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  • Monday, Oct 22 2018

     

     

    • Congratulations to the Cross Country team for their outstanding performance at the High Desert League Championships. The boys clinched their 4th consecutive High Desert League Championship led by Daniel Horner who won the race tying the course record set back in 2013.  We had 6 boys place in the top 11 spots!  Devan Henson came in 7th, Isaak Reid was 8th, Josh Catalano  9th, Zack Buck 10th, and Pierce Simpkins 11th. Girls came in second place in the High Desert League which is their strongest finish in school history.  Sophomore Elise Cummins placed 3rd and freshman Lily McMillen placed 9th overall.  Good luck at Regionals this Friday Cougar!

     

    • Wednesday October 24th is not an early release. Students will be released at 2:30. ( Hawkins 10/29)

     

    • SENIORS: Jostens will be here Thursday Oct 25th for graduation and jewelry orders. ( Jostens 10/22-10/25)

     

    • Seniors:  Time is running out.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • Seniors: Please drop off your class jewelry and graduation orders with Jostens from 11:15 through the end of school ,Thursday and Friday , Oct 18th and 19th , Jostens will be set up in the main hallway. Packets are available from the office. Thank you!!! ( Jostens 10/15-10/19)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-)

     

    • Students, if you have an elevator key that you are no longer using please return to the clinic to receive your refund 10 dollars back. ( Bergstrom 10/11)

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy?? Need a blanket to get warm in the cold weather??? Ms.Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougar colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons,and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle! Winner will be announced Dec 19th. (Clark 10/15-12-19)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • There are only 9 MORE DAYS to complete your athletic clearance on RegisterMyAthlete.com for WINTER SPORTS.

                You are unable to tryout if your sports registration is not completed.

                Official Winter Tryouts start on Saturday, November 10, 2018.

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Friday, Oct 19 2018

     

    • There are only 15 MORE DAYS to complete your athletic clearance on RegisterMyAthlete.com for WINTER SPORTS.

                You are unable to tryout if your sports registration is not completed.

                Official Winter Tryouts start on Saturday, November 10, 2018.

     

    • Join us Friday the 19th for Game and Movie night in the library.  We will be watching a family friendly movie and playing board games starting after school and going to 6:00.  We hope to see you there! ( Hefner 10/18-10/19)

     

    • FCA will be Hosting a free tailgate with food and games in the courtyard outside the commons on Friday from 430-630. Please see Mr. Villegas in room 202 at lunch to rsvp. So we are to able get a head count. ( Villegas 10/16-)

     

    • Seniors:  Time is running out.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • Seniors: Please drop off your class jewelry and graduation orders with Jostens from 11:15 through the end of school ,Thursday and Friday , Oct 18th and 19th , Jostens will be set up in the main hallway. Packets are available from the office. Thank you!!! ( Jostens 10/15-10/19)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-)

     

    • Students, if you have an elevator key that you are no longer using please return to the clinic to receive your refund 10 dollars back. ( Bergstrom 10/11)

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy?? Need a blanket to get warm in the cold weather??? Ms.Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougar colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons,and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle! Winner will be announced Dec 19th. (Clark 10/15-12-19)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Thursday, Oct 18 2018

     

    • There are only 15 MORE DAYS to complete your athletic clearance on RegisterMyAthlete.com for WINTER SPORTS.

                You are unable to tryout if your sports registration is not completed.

                Official Winter Tryouts start on Saturday, November 10, 2018.

     

    • Join us Friday the 19th for Game and Movie night in the library.  We will be watching a family friendly movie and playing board games starting after school and going to 6:00.  We hope to see you there! ( Hefner 10/18-10/19)

     

    • There will be a GSA meeting today, Thursday, in the library during lunch.  Please meet us in the backroom and bring your lunches ( Hefner 10/18)

     

    • FCA will be Hosting a free tailgate with food and games in the courtyard outside the commons on Friday from 430-630. Please see Mr. Villegas in room 202 at lunch to rsvp. So we are to able get a head count. ( Villegas 10/16-)

     

    • Seniors:  Time is running out.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • Seniors: Please drop off your class jewelry and graduation orders with Jostens from 11:15 through the end of school ,Thursday and Friday , Oct 18th and 19th , Jostens will be set up in the main hallway. Packets are available from the office. Thank you!!! ( Jostens 10/15-10/19)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-)

     

    • Students, if you have an elevator key that you are no longer using please return to the clinic to receive your refund 10 dollars back. ( Bergstrom 10/11)

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy?? Need a blanket to get warm in the cold weather??? Ms.Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougar colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons,and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle! Winner will be announced Dec 19th. (Clark 10/15-12-19)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Tuesday, Oct 16 2018

     

    • FCA will be Hosting a free tailgate with food and games in the courtyard outside the commons on Friday from 430-630. please see mr. Villegas in room 202 at lunch to rsvp. So we are to able get a head count. ( Villegas 10/16-)

     

    • Are you interested in being part of the creation of the National Spanish Honor Society here at SSHS?  Please come to an informational meeting in M3 today at lunch. ( Blakely 10/15-10/16)

     

    • Congratulations to the Boys Cross Country team at the Bella Vista Invitational in Rocklin. Out of 27 schools, they placed fourth led by Daniel Horner who once again broke the school record in the 5K. Good luck at the League Championships this Friday Cougars!( Beadell 10/16)

     

    • Seniors:  Time is running out.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • Seniors: Please drop off your class jewelry and graduation orders with Jostens from 11:15 through the end of school ,Thursday and Friday , Oct 18th and 19th , Jostens will be set up in the main hallway. Packets are available from the office. Thank you!!! ( Jostens 10/15-10/19)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-)

     

    • Freshman and JV volleyball teams will be released @ 1:15 today ( Wambolt 10/16)

     

    • Students, if you have an elevator key that you are no longer using please return to the clinic to receive your refund 10 dollars back. ( Bergstrom 10/11)

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy?? Need a blanket to get warm in the cold weather??? Ms.Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougar colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons,and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle! Winner will be announced Dec 19th. (Clark 10/15-12-19)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Monday, Oct 15 2018

     

    • Seniors:  Time is running out.   If you have not taken your senior photos at Life Touch studio yet, you need to call and make an appointment at 851-0444.  The last day to take your pictures is November 16th.  You will NOT be in the Yearbook if you do not take your picture by the deadline. ( Martinez 10/15- 11/16)

     

    • Seniors: Please drop off your class jewelry and graduation orders with Jostens from 11:15 through the end of school ,Thursday and Friday , Oct 18th and 19th , Jostens will be set up in the main hallway. Packets are available from the office. Thank you!!! ( Jostens 10/15-10/19)

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-)

     

    • Students, if you have an elevator key that you are no longer using please return to the clinic to receive your refund 10 dollars back. ( Bergstrom 10/11)

     

    • Students and staff. Like being cozy?? Need a blanket to get warm in the cold weather??? Ms.Clark will be having a raffle for a handmade blanket that is made of Cougar colors and spirit. Tickets are .50 each or 12 for 5.00 dollars. Look for them during lunch in the hall next to the Commons and at the games to buy your tickets to be entered into the raffle! Winner will be announced Dec 19th. (Clark 10/15-12-19)

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

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  • Friday, Oct 12 2018

     

    • CONGRATULATIONS TO KATIE GILBERTSON FOR QUALIFYING FOR THE GIRLS GOLF STATE CHAMPIONSHIP AT DAYTON VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB NEXT WEEK.  KATIE WAS 1 OF ONLY 6 GIRLS THAT QUALIFIED FOR INDIVIDUAL PLAY.

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-)

     

    • Students, if you have an elevator key that you are no longer using please return to the clinic to receive your refund 10 dollars back. ( Bergstrom 10/11)

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

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  • Thursday, Oct 11 2018

     

    • After school tutoring will begin on Thursday October 18th from 2:45 to 3:45 in the career center. Tutoring will be held on Tuesday and Thursday’s. You must sign up to attend after school tutoring. Please see Ms. Cisneros in the counseling office to sign up. (Villegas 10/11-)

     

    • There will be a mandatory bowling team meeting on Wednesday, October 17th at lunch in M6. See the Felkers for more information. ( Felker 10/9-10/12)

     

    • There will be an FBLA meeting today at lunch in 122, see you there!( Weibel 10/9-10/11)

     

    • A UNR representative will be on campus today in the Career Center to assist you with the application and answer any questions you may have. If you are interested in applying, please go to the Career Center. ( Cabrera 10/11)

     

    • Students, if you have an elevator key that you are no longer using please return to the clinic to be refunded your 10 dollars back. ( Bergstrom 10/11)

     

    • FCA will have guest speaker Austin Byler today in room 115 at lunch today( Villegas 10/11)

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • If you are interested in getting the seal of bi-literacy, the AAPPL (apple) test will be on October 10th.  Cost is $20.  Deadline to register will be today, October 8.  Please see Mrs. Bartoo in room M-4 for more details (Bartoo 9/20-10/10)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

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  • Tuesday, Oct 9 2018

     

    • There will be a mandatory bowling team meeting on Wednesday, October 17th at lunch in M6. See the Felkers for more information. ( Felker 10/9-10/12)

     

    • There will be an FBLA meeting Thursday at lunch in 122, see you there!( Weibel 10/9-10/11)

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay. ( Hawkins 9/5-9/21)

     

    • If you are interested in getting the seal of bi-literacy, the AAPPL (apple) test will be on October 10th.  Cost is $20.  Deadline to register will be today, October 8.  Please see Mrs. Bartoo in room M-4 for more details (Bartoo 9/20-10/10)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

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  • Monday, Oct 8 2018

     

    • Congratulations to Cross Country runner Daniel Horner for taking first place at the Stanford Invitational in the large school D1 Varsity Boys race.  With 224 teams and over 3000 runners at this meet, Daniel not only won his race, but also set a new school record running 3.1 miles in 15 minutes and 34 seconds!  Way to represent the Cougars and the State of Nevada Daniel! ( Beadell 10/8)

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay. ( Hawkins 9/5-9/21)

     

    • If you are interested in getting the seal of bi-literacy, the AAPPL (apple) test will be on October 10th.  Cost is $20.  Deadline to register will be today, October 8.  Please see Mrs. Bartoo in room M-4 for more details (Bartoo 9/20-10/10)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )
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  • Tuesday, Sept 25 2018

     

    • Girls basketball will have open gym/practice Wednesday 7-9(Villegas 9/25-

     

    • FCA will be meeting Wednesday @ lunch rm 202 ( Villegas 9/25-

     

    • Girls tennis release is @ 12:50 today

     

    • Students as we head into break, please don’t slack off with getting to class on time. The SRO team will be conducting several tardy sweeps this week. Make sure you have your planner and your student ID! ( Kitchin 9/24-9/25)

     

    • Thanks for being amazing fans for our Cougar athletes! Don’t forget that we have a home football game the last Friday of break, October 5th. Please note that We have had several fans who have had to leave our stadium this year due to asthmatic symptoms caused by baby powder in the air. Baby powder, noisemakers, or any other violation of NIAA or WCSD policies may result in our teams being penalized and/or students being removed from the athletic event. Thanks for helping keep our campus as clean and safe as possible! ( Kitchin 9/24-9/28)

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay. ( Hawkins 9/5-9/21)

     

    • Attention all students interested in joining the Gay Straight Alliance Club.Our first information meeting is Monday September 24th in the library. We can’t wait to meet you! ( Hefner 9/20-9/24)

     

    • Cougar Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors,Are you interested in taking the ASVAB test? This aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors. It helps you figure out what you are good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. It empowers students to discover their strengths and interests then map out post-secondary plans that work. If you score high enough, you may be considered for an off campus period as a Senior. The test is FREE and will be September 26th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested. ( Cabrera 9/7-9-

     

    • If you are interested in getting the seal of bi-literacy, the AAPPL (apple) test will be on October 10th.  Cost is $20.  Deadline to register will be Monday, October 8.  Please see Mrs. Bartoo in room M-4 for more details (Bartoo 9/20-10/10)

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27th from 8:00-12:00. Don’t forget to bring your pictures back with you.  This is your last opportunity to get your picture taken for the yearbook! (Martinez 9/24)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • Are you interested in taking the ASVAB test? This aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors. It helps you figure out what you are good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. It empowers students to discover their strengths and interests then map out post-secondary plans that work. If you score high enough, you may be considered for an off campus period as a Senior. The test is FREE and will be September 26th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested.  (Cabrera 9/21-9/26)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

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  • Monday, Sept 24 2018

     

    • Students as we head into break, please don’t slack off with getting to class on time. The SRO team will be conducting several tardy sweeps this week. Make sure you have your planner and your student ID! ( Kitchin 9/24-9/25)

     

    • Congratulations to your Spanish Springs Rifle team for taking 1st place in the Hug rifle tournament this weekend!!!! (Mendenhall 9/24)

     

    • Thanks for being amazing fans for our Cougar athletes! Don’t forget that we have a home football game the last Friday of break, October 5th. Please note that We have had several fans who have had to leave our stadium this year due to asthmatic symptoms caused by baby powder in the air. Baby powder, noisemakers, or any other violation of NIAA or WCSD policies may result in our teams being penalized and/or students being removed from the athletic event. Thanks for helping keep our campus as clean and safe as possible! ( Kitchin 9/24-9/28)

     

    Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?

    These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay. ( Hawkins 9/5-9/21)

     

    • Attention all students interested in joining the Gay Straight Alliance Club.Our first information meeting is Monday September 24th in the library. We can’t wait to meet you! ( Hefner 9/20-9/24)

     

    • Cougar Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors,Are you interested in taking the ASVAB test? This aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors. It helps you figure out what you are good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. It empowers students to discover their strengths and interests then map out post-secondary plans that work. If you score high enough, you may be considered for an off campus period as a Senior. The test is FREE and will be September 26th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested. ( Cabrera 9/7-9-

     

    • If you are interested in getting the seal of bi-literacy, the AAPPL (apple) test will be on October 10th.  Cost is $20.  Deadline to register will be Monday, October 8.  Please see Mrs. Bartoo in room M-4 for more details (Bartoo 9/20-10/10)

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27th from 8:00-12:00. Don’t forget to bring your pictures back with you.  This is your last opportunity to get your picture taken for the yearbook! (Martinez 9/24)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • Are you interested in taking the ASVAB test? This aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors. It helps you figure out what you are good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. It empowers students to discover their strengths and interests then map out post-secondary plans that work. If you score high enough, you may be considered for an off campus period as a Senior. The test is FREE and will be September 26th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested.  (Cabrera 9/21-9/26)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )
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    Friday, Sept 21 2018

     

    Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?

    These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay. ( Hawkins 9/5-9/21)

     

    • Attention all students interested in joining the Gay Straight Alliance Club.Our first information meeting is Monday September 24th in the library. We can’t wait to meet you! ( Hefner 9/20-9/24)

     

    • Cougar Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors,Are you interested in taking the ASVAB test? This aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors. It helps you figure out what you are good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. It empowers students to discover their strengths and interests then map out post-secondary plans that work. If you score high enough, you may be considered for an off campus period as a Senior. The test is FREE and will be September 26th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested. ( Cabrera 9/7-9-

     

     

    • If you are interested in getting the seal of bi-literacy, the AAPPL (apple) test will be on October 10th.  Cost is $20.  Deadline to register will be Monday, October 8.  Please see Mrs. Bartoo in room M-4 for more details (Bartoo 9/20-10/10)

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27th from 8:00-12:00. Don’t forget to bring your pictures back with you.  This is your last opportunity to get your picture taken for the yearbook!

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • Are you interested in taking the ASVAB test? This aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors. It helps you figure out what you are good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. It empowers students to discover their strengths and interests then map out post-secondary plans that work. If you score high enough, you may be considered for an off campus period as a Senior. The test is FREE and will be September 26th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested.  (Cabrera 9/21-9/26)

     

    • STUDENTS come to the library and join a study group of begin prepping for PSATS, ASVABS,ACTS, or SATS. Meet new people, build your confidence and reach high! Groups run afterschool Tuesdays& Thursdays until 3:10. See Mrs.Hefner for details. (Hefner 9/20- )

     

     

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  • Thursday, Sept. 20th, 2018

     

    Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?

    These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay. ( Hawkins 9/5-9/21)
    • There will be an FBLA meeting Thursday at lunch in 122.  We will have officer elections, so be there!( Brett 9/19)

     

    • Free Pizza!  A membership drive is being planned, and pizza baked TODAY Wednesday, September 19 for FCCLA.  Come to the Foods Lab Room 108 to meet members of FCCLA and find out more about our organization.  A short presentation will be given to those enjoying our pizza offer. ( Peters- 9/17-9/19)

     

    • JAG you will have a career association meeting on Thursday at lunch in room 206. (Synder-House 9/17-9/20)

     

    • If you are interested in getting the seal of bi-literacy, the AAPPL (apple) test will be on October 10th.  Cost is $20.  Deadline to register will be Monday, October 8.  Please see Mrs. Bartoo in room M-4 for more details

     

    • Have you applied for TMCC yet? How about the Promise Scholarship? TMCC representatives will be on campus all day on Tuesday, September 18th in the Career Center to assist you with the application and answer any questions you may have. Take advantage of this opportunity and do not wait until the last minute. Refreshments and snacks will be provided.” ( Cabrera 9/14)

     

    • Free Pizza!  A membership drive is being planned, and pizza baked TODAY Wednesday, September 19 for FCCLA.  Come to the Foods Lab Room 108 to meet members of FCCLA and find out more about our organization.  A short presentation will be given to those enjoying our pizza offer. ( Peters- 9/17-9/19)

     

    • Cougar Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors,

    Are you interested in taking the ASVAB test? This aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors. It helps you figure out what you are good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. It empowers students to discover their strengths and interests then map out post-secondary plans that work. If you score high enough, you may be considered for an off campus period as a Senior. The test is FREE and will be September 26th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested. ( Cabrera 9/7-9-

     

     

    • Support our Theatre program by going to Yogurt Beach at the Galleria Shopping Center any time on today, September 19th! Let them know you’re there for SSHS Theatre and they will donate 20% of your order to our theatre program! (Stieber 9/18-9/19)

     

     

    • Seniors: Senior ads are on sale now.  You can purchase them through the school webstore, or you can stop by Ms. Martinez’s room in 113 for order forms. ( Martinez

     

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Wednesday, Sept. 20th

     

    Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?

    These are the sports you can go out for:

    Winter Cheer

    Boys Basketball

    Girls Basketball

    Ski

    Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay. ( Hawkins 9/5-9/21)
    • There will be an FBLA meeting Thursday at lunch in 122.  We will have officer elections, so be there!( Brett 9/19)

     

    • Free Pizza!  A membership drive is being planned, and pizza baked TODAY Wednesday, September 19 for FCCLA.  Come to the Foods Lab Room 108 to meet members of FCCLA and find out more about our organization.  A short presentation will be given to those enjoying our pizza offer. ( Peters- 9/17-9/19)

     

    • JAG you will have a career association meeting on Thursday at lunch in room 206. (Synder-House 9/17-9/20)

     

    • If you are interested in getting the seal of bi-literacy, the AAPPL (apple) test will be on October 10th.  Cost is $20.  Deadline to register will be Monday, October 8.  Please see Mrs. Bartoo in room M-4 for more details

     

    • Have you applied for TMCC yet? How about the Promise Scholarship? TMCC representatives will be on campus all day on Tuesday, September 18th in the Career Center to assist you with the application and answer any questions you may have. Take advantage of this opportunity and do not wait until the last minute. Refreshments and snacks will be provided.” ( Cabrera 9/14)

     

    • Free Pizza!  A membership drive is being planned, and pizza baked TODAY Wednesday, September 19 for FCCLA.  Come to the Foods Lab Room 108 to meet members of FCCLA and find out more about our organization.  A short presentation will be given to those enjoying our pizza offer. ( Peters- 9/17-9/19)

     

    • Cougar Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors,

    Are you interested in taking the ASVAB test? This aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors. It helps you figure out what you are good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. It empowers students to discover their strengths and interests then map out post-secondary plans that work. If you score high enough, you may be considered for an off campus period as a Senior. The test is FREE and will be September 26th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested. ( Cabrera 9/7-9-

     

     

    • Support our Theatre program by going to Yogurt Beach at the Galleria Shopping Center any time on today, September 19th! Let them know you’re there for SSHS Theatre and they will donate 20% of your order to our theatre program! (Stieber 9/18-9/19)

     

     

    • Seniors: Senior ads are on sale now.  You can purchase them through the school webstore, or you can stop by Ms. Martinez’s room in 113 for order forms. ( Martinez

     

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Monday, Sept 17 2018

     

    • Do you want to be part of Winter Sports this year?

    These are the sports you can go out for:

    • Winter Cheer
    • Boys Basketball
    • Girls Basketball
    • Ski
    • Wrestling

    If you are interested you can start NOW by,

    1. Contact the Coach
    2. Register for the sport by going to RegisterMyAthlete.com
    3. Turn into the Athletic Department:

    o Physical, if required (every 2 years) or upload on RMA

    o Health History Form (or upload on RMA)

    o Travel Waiver Form (or upload on RMA)

     

    DEADLINE TO BE CLEARED FOR TRYOUTS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,2018

    (Sterett 9/17-11/2)

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay. ( Hawkins 9/5-9/21)
    • JAG you will have a career association meeting on Thursday at lunch in room 206. (Synder-House 9/17-9/20)

     

    • Have you applied for TMCC yet? How about the Promise Scholarship? TMCC representatives will be on campus all day on Tuesday, September 18th in the Career Center to assist you with the application and answer any questions you may have. Take advantage of this opportunity and do not wait until the last minute. Refreshments and snacks will be provided.” ( Cabrera 9/14)

     

    • Free Pizza!  A membership drive is being planned, and pizza baked for Wednesday, September 19 for FCCLA.  Come to the Foods Lab Room 108 to meet members of FCCLA and find out more about our organization.  A short presentation will be given to those enjoying our pizza offer. ( Peters- 9/17-9/19)

     

    • Attention students interested in Murals Club. If you like to be creative. Come check out Murals Club. We are looking for new members. We need students of all skills levels. Our first meeting will be tomorrow, Tuesday Sept 18th, after school, in room 121.

     

    • Cougar Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors, Are you interested in taking the ASVAB test? This aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors. It helps you figure out what you are good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. It empowers students to discover their strengths and interests then map out post-secondary plans that work. If you score high enough, you may be considered for an off campus period as a Senior. The test is FREE and will be September 26th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested. ( Cabrera 9/7-9-

     

    • Seniors: Senior ads are on sale now.  You can purchase them through the school webstore, or you can stop by Ms. Martinez’s room in 113 for order forms. ( Martinez

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Friday, Sept 14 2018

     

    • Congratulations to the Freshman Football team on their 40-0 win over Galena yesterday!!!!( Calonico 9/14)

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay. ( Hawkins 9/5-9/21)

     

    • Have you applied for TMCC yet? How about the Promise Scholarship? TMCC representatives will be on campus all day on Tuesday, September 18th in the Career Center to assist you with the application and answer any questions you may have. Take advantage of this opportunity and do not wait until the last minute. Refreshments and snacks will be provided.” ( Cabrera 9/14)

     

    • Cougar Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors,Are you interested in taking the ASVAB test? This aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors. It helps you figure out what you are good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. It empowers students to discover their strengths and interests then map out post-secondary plans that work. If you score high enough, you may be considered for an off campus period as a Senior. The test is FREE and will be September 26th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested. ( Cabrera 9/7-9-

     

    • Attention students interested in Murals Club. If you like to be creative. Come check out Murals Club. We are looking for new members. We need students of all skills levels. Our first meeting will be Tuesday Sept 18th, afterschool, in room 121.

     

    • Our Photography Club will be having a photo booth, TODAY, at lunch, in the gym foyer. Participants have to be dressed-up in Cougar Gear. Wear lots of Purple. If interested, the photos will be $2.00.

     

    • The Photo Booth will also be at the Homecoming Dance tomorrow night. If   interested, please bring extra cash for this photo op.

     

    • Seniors: Senior ads are on sale now.  You can purchase them through the school webstore, or you can stop by Ms. Martinez’s room in 113 for order forms. ( Martinez

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  • Thursday, Sept 13 2018

     

    • Girls tennis will be released @ 2 o’clock (Rapp 8/13)

     

    • Our Photography Club will be having a photo booth, TODAY, at lunch, in the gym foyer. Participants have to be dressed-up in 90’s Attire. If interested, the photos will be $2.00. (Marsh 8/13)

     

    • FCA will meet today in room 202 at lunch

     

    • Boys tennis will be released at 1:00

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay. ( Hawkins 9/5-9/21)

     

    • Attention students interested in Murals Club. If you like to be creative. Come check out Murals Club. We are looking for new members. We need students of all skills levels. Our first meeting will be Tuesday Sept 18th, afterschool, in room 121.

     

    • Cougar Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors, Are you interested in taking the ASVAB test? This aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors. It helps you figure out what you are good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. It empowers students to discover their strengths and interests then map out post-secondary plans that work. If you score high enough, you may be considered for an off campus period as a Senior. The test is FREE and will be September 26th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested. ( Cabrera 9/7-9-

     

    • Seniors: Senior ads are on sale now.  You can purchase them through the school webstore, or you can stop by Ms. Martinez’s room in 113 for order forms. ( Martinez)

     

    • Attention Creative Students: The Murals Club will be having their first meeting a week from today, Tuesday Sept 18th, afterschool in room 121. Our club beautifies our school by painting Murals on the walls. We are looking for new members. We need students of all skills levels. If you like to be creative. Come check out Murals Club. (Marsh 9/11)

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  •     Wednesday, Sept 12 2018

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay. ( Hawkins 9/5-9/21)

     

    • Cougar Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors,Are you interested in taking the ASVAB test? This aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors. It helps you figure out what you are good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. It empowers students to discover their strengths and interests then map out post-secondary plans that work. If you score high enough, you may be considered for an off campus period as a Senior. The test is FREE and will be September 26th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested. ( Cabrera 9/7-9-

     

    • Our Photography Club will be having a photo booth, TODAY, at lunch, in the gym foyer. Participants have to be dressed-up in 80’s Attire. If interested, the photos will be $2.00.

     

    • The Photo Booth will also be at the Homecoming Dance this Saturday night. If interested, please bring extra cash for this photo op.

     

    • Seniors: Senior ads are on sale now.  You can purchase them through the school webstore, or you can stop by Ms. Martinez’s room in 113 for order forms. ( Martinez)

     

    • Attention Creative Students: The Murals Club will be having their first meeting a week from today, Tuesday Sept 18th, afterschool in room 121. Our club beautifies our school by painting Murals on the walls. We are looking for new members. We need students of all skills levels. If you like to be creative. Come check out Murals Club. (Marsh 9/11)

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  • Tuesday, Sept 11 2018

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay. ( Hawkins 9/5-9/21)

     

    • Cougar Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors, Are you interested in taking the ASVAB test? This aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors. It helps you figure out what you are good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. It empowers students to discover their strengths and interests then map out post-secondary plans that work. If you score high enough, you may be considered for an off campus period as a Senior. The test is FREE and will be September 26th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested. ( Cabrera 9/7-9-

     

    • Our Photography Club will be having a photo booth, TODAY, at lunch, in the gym foyer. Participants have to be dressed-up in 60’s-70’s Attire. If interested, the photos will be $2.00. ( Marsh 9/11)

     

    • Boys tennis release is 1:15 (Anderson 9/11)

     

    • Girls' Tennis Release is 2PM (Rapp 9/11)

     

    • Seniors: Senior ads are on sale now.  You can purchase them through the school webstore, or you can stop by Ms. Martinez’s room in 113 for order forms. ( Martinez)

     

    • Attention Creative Students: The Murals Club will be having their first meeting a week from today, Tuesday Sept 18th, afterschool in room 121. Our club beautifies our school by painting Murals on the walls. We are looking for new members. We need students of all skills levels. If you like to be creative. Come check out Murals Club. (Marsh 9/11)

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

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  • Monday, Sept 10 2018

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay. ( Hawkins 9/5-9/21)

     

    • Cougar Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors, Are you interested in taking the ASVAB test? This aptitude test estimates your performance in academic and vocational endeavors. It helps you figure out what you are good at, what is important to you, and the jobs that match your skills and interests. It empowers students to discover their strengths and interests then map out post-secondary plans that work. If you score high enough, you may be considered for an off campus period as a Senior. The test is FREE and will be September 26th. Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested. ( Cabrera 9/7-9-

     

    • Our Photography Club will be having a photo booth, TODAY, at lunch, in the gym foyer. Participants have to be dressed-up in 50’s Attire. If interested, the photos will be $2.00. The Photo Booth will also be at the Homecoming Dance this Saturday night. If interested, please bring extra cash for this photo op.

     

    • Girls basketball- open gym begins tonight 6-8 in the small gym(Villegas 9/10)

     

    • Seniors: Senior ads are on sale now.  You can purchase them through the school webstore, or you can stop by Ms. Martinez’s room in 113 for order forms. ( Martinez)

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

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  • Friday, Sept. 7 2018

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay. ( Hawkins 9/5-9/21)

     

    • Cross country will be leaving at 12:10 today ( Beadell 9/7)

     

    • There will be a wrestling meeting TODAY @ lunch to the athletic weight room.(Imelli 9/6-9/7)

     

    • Our Photography Club will be having a photo booth, every day, at lunch, next week, during homecoming spirit week. If interested, the photos will be $2.00. The booth will be in the gym foyer. BE SURE TO DRESS UP! ( Marsh 9/7)

     

    • Attendance announcement: Even with the new Attendance policy, If a student is absent, the parent or legal guardian still MUST call in within 3 days of the absence. That has not changed. ( Marin 8/30-9/7)

     

    • Seniors: Senior ads are on sale now.  You can purchase them through the school webstore, or you can stop by Ms. Martinez’s room in 113 for order forms. ( Martinez)

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  •  Thursday, Sept 6 2018

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay. ( Hawkins 9/5-9/21)

     

    • Girls' Tennis will be released @ 1:15 (Rapp 9/6)

     

    • Our Photography Club will be having a photo booth, every day, at lunch, next week, during homecoming spirit week. If interested, the photos will be $2.00. The booth will be in the gym foyer. BE SURE TO DRESS UP! (Marsh 9/6)

     

    • There will be a wrestling meeting Friday @ lunch to the athletic weight room.(Imelli 9/6-9/7)

     

    • Attendance announcement: Even with the new Attendance policy, If a student is absent, the parent or legal guardian still MUST call in within 3 days of the absence. That has not changed. ( Marin 8/30-9/7)

     

    • Future Business Leaders of America will have our 1st meeting of the year on Thursday at lunch in room 122.  Bring a friend and see you then!

     

    • Seniors: Senior ads are on sale now.  You can purchase them through the school webstore, or you can stop by Ms. Martinez’s room in 113 for order forms. ( Martinez)

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • Attention GSA members. Please come to the library this Thursday during lunch to discuss our goals and the upcoming Club Drive. We look forward to seeing you there!! (Hefner 9/5-9/6)
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  • Wednesday, Sept 5,2018

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and is mandatory for all 10th graders (sophomores) free of charge. There is a $16 fee for any 11th (Juniors) or 9th (Freshmen) grade students who wish to take the exam. 11th/9th grade students must pay for the exam by Friday, September 21st with the bookkeeper or on the web store. The PSAT for 11th graders is used by College Board to determine the National Merit Scholars. Students not taking the PSAT will have a 3-hour delay.

     

    • Attendance announcement: Even with the new Attendance policy, If a student is absent, the parent or legal guardian still MUST call in within 3 days of the absence. That has not changed. ( Marin 8/30-9/7)

     

    • COUGARS! Our Photography Club will be having a photo booth, TODAY, at lunch, in the gym foyer. If interested, the photos will be $1.00. ( Marsh 8/31-9-3)

     

    • Future Business Leaders of America will have our 1st meeting of the year on Thursday at lunch in room 122.  Bring a friend and see you then!

     

    • Seniors: Senior ads are on sale now.  You can purchase them through the school webstore, or you can stop by Ms. Martinez’s room in 113 for order forms. ( Martinez)

     

    • Seniors: Senior ads are on sale now.  You can purchase them through the school web store, or you can stop by Ms. Martinez’s room in 113 for order forms. 

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • Attention GSA members. Please come to the library this Thursday during lunch to discuss our goals and the upcoming Club Drive. We look forward to seeing you there!! (Hefner 9/5-9/6)

     

    • "Do you need Community Service hours?  FCCLA the Family, Career, & Community Leaders of America is the only Career & Tech Student Organization that focuses on Family and Community Service.  We have a strong chapter here at SSHS who does many projects over the year, including helping with our own Food Bank.  You do not need to be enrolled or have taken a CTE class to be a member of our SSHS chapter. 

     

    • Join us on Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171, right by the Commons to learn more about how you can enrich your High School experience."  Peters (Monday & Tuesday’s)
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  • Tuesday, Sept 4 2018

     

    • Congratulations to the Cross Country team at the Reed Invitational last Friday. The girls finished in 3rd place out of 19 teams and the boys won the team title led by Daniel Horner's first place finish.

     

    Both Daniel Horner and volleyball player Jordyn Boswell were named The Reno Gazette Journal's Athletes of the Week. Way to go Cougars!

     

     

    • Attendance announcement: Even with the new Attendance policy, If a student is absent, the parent or legal guardian still MUST call in within 3 days of the absence. That has not changed. ( Marin 8/30-9/7)

     

     

     

    • COUGARS! Our Photography Club with be having a photo booth, next Wednesday, at lunch, in the gym foyer. If interested, the photos will be $2.00. ( Marsh 8/31-9-3)

     

    • Future Business Leaders of America will have our 1st meeting of the year on Thursday at lunch in room 122.  Bring a friend and see you then!

     

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • "Do you need Community Service hours?  FCCLA the Family, Career, & Community Leaders of America is the only Career & Tech Student Organization that focuses on Family and Community Service.  We have a strong chapter here at SSHS who does many projects over the year, including helping with our own Food Bank.  You do not need to be enrolled or have taken a CTE class to be a member of our SSHS chapter. 
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  • Thursday, August 30,2018

     

     

    • Attendance announcement: Even with the new Attendance policy, If a student is absent, the parent or legal guardian still MUST call in within 3 days of the absence. That has not changed. ( Marin 8/30-9/7)

     

    • Boys tennis team is being dismissed at 2:00 today

     

    • FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) will be meeting in room 202 at lunch. Meeting will being at 11:35

     

    • Key club meeting in room 111 Thursday during lunch come join us!

     

    • Attention student drivers. Please remember to drive responsibly on campus. Specifically, please remember to stop at the stop sign when leaving the student parking lot and when entering the front roundabout. Failure to stop at a stop sign may result in a ticket. ( Kitchin 8/29

     

     

    • JAG you will have a career association meeting on Friday August 31th to finish preparations for I&I.

     

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )
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  •       Wednesday Aug. 29,2018

     

    • Key club meeting in room 111 during lunch come join us!

     

    • Attention student drivers. Please remember to drive responsibly on campus. Specifically, please remember to stop at the stop sign when leaving the student parking lot and when entering the front roundabout. Failure to stop at a stop sign may result in a ticket.

     

     

    • JAG you will have a career association meeting on Friday August 30th to finish preparations for I&I.

     

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • French club meets Wednesday’s in M-1 @ lunch ( Dyess)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

    • "Do you need Community Service hours?  FCCLA the Family, Career, & Community Leaders of America is the only Career & Tech Student Organization that focuses on Family and Community Service.  We have a strong chapter here at SSHS who does many projects over the year, including helping with our own Food Bank.  You do not need to be enrolled or have taken a CTE class to be a member of our SSHS chapter. 

    Join us on Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171, right by the Commons to learn more about how you can enrich your High School experience."  ( Peters- Mon/Tuesdays)

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  •    Tuesday Aug. 28,2018

     

     

     

    • Boys tennis will be released @ 1:15 today

     

    • JAG, you have a career association meeting on Thursday 8/28 at lunch in room 206. We will be finalizing plans for I&I

     

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • French club meets Wednesday’s in M-1 @ lunch ( Dyess)

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

    • "Do you need Community Service hours?  FCCLA the Family, Career, & Community Leaders of America is the only Career & Tech Student Organization that focuses on Family and Community Service.  We have a strong chapter here at SSHS who does many projects over the year, including helping with our own Food Bank.  You do not need to be enrolled or have taken a CTE class to be a member of our SSHS chapter. 

    Join us on Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171, right by the Commons to learn more about how you can enrich your High School experience."  ( Peters- Mon/Tuesdays)

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  • Monday Aug. 27,2018

     

    • Students, Picture make-up day will be Sept 27 th

     

    • French club meets Wednesday’s in M-1 @ lunch ( Dyess)

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

     

    • "Do you need Community Service hours?  FCCLA the Family, Career, & Community Leaders of America is the only Career & Tech Student Organization that focuses on Family and Community Service.  We have a strong chapter here at SSHS who does many projects over the year, including helping with our own Food Bank.  You do not need to be enrolled or have taken a CTE class to be a member of our SSHS chapter. 

    Join us on Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171, right by the Commons to learn more about how you can enrich your High School experience."  ( Peters- Mon/Tuesdays)

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  • Friday, Aug. 24th ,2018

     

    • The JV football team will be released at 1:00 o’clock today ( Imelli 8/24)

     

    • Girls volley ball will be released at 1:00 o’clock today.(Art Anderson 8/24)

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • Students, if you did not earn credit in a class for Spring Semester because you did not meet the 90% attendance requirement, you have three weeks to apply for an attendance appeal.  Attendance Appeal applications can be picked up in the main office.  All applications are due on Friday, August 24 by 3:30 pm. ( Ms.Marin 8/6-8/24/2018 )
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  • Thursday, Aug. 23rd,2018

     

    • Cougars Helping Cougars, is having their first meeting today, Thursday August 23rd, in the Career Center during lunch time.Come and see what we are all about. (Cisneros-Cordova-8/23)

     

    • Teachers please excuse Girls tennis at 1:15 today

     

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • Students, if you did not earn credit in a class for Spring Semester because you did not meet the 90% attendance requirement, you have three weeks to apply for an attendance appeal.  Attendance Appeal applications can be picked up in the main office.  All applications are due on Friday, August 24 by 3:30 pm. ( Ms.Marin 8/6-8/24/2018 )

     

     

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  • WEDNESDAY Aug. 22,2018

     

    • Cougars Helping Cougars, is having their first meeting tomorrow, Thursday August 23rd, in the Career Center during lunch time.Come and see what we are all about.

     

    • French club meets Wednesdays in mobile 1

     

    • Students: If you are sick you need to come to the clinic. We cannot disrupt the classroom to come and get you. If your parents come to get you ,they’ll have to wait until passing so please come here first. (Bergstrom 8/21- )

     

    • English TMCC students please go to the gym foyer and get your tickets for your pictures.( Martinez 8/21-8/22)

     

    • Students, if you did not earn credit in a class for Spring Semester because you did not meet the 90% attendance requirement, you have three weeks to apply for an attendance appeal.  Attendance Appeal applications can be picked up in the main office.  All applications are due on Friday, August 24 by 3:30 pm. ( Ms.Marin 8/6-8/24/2018 )

     

     

    • Seniors:  If you have not had your Senior picture taken from Prestige Studios, please call them 775-851-0444 to make an appointment.  If you want your picture included in the Yearbook, you need to do this as soon as possible. (Martinez 8/9/18)
    • Do you need Community Service hours?  FCCLA the Family, Career, & Community Leaders of America is the only Career & Tech Student Organization that focuses on Family and Community Service.  We have a strong chapter here at SSHS who does many projects over the year, including helping with our own Food Bank.  You do not need to be enrolled or have taken a CTE class to be a member of our SSHS chapter. 

               Join us on Wednesdays at Lunch in Room 171, right by the Commons   to learn more about how you can enrich your High School experience."  (Peters –Mondays& Tuesdays)

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