Seniors and families, we are nearing the end of this chapter in your lives.
Here are some important dates and events for you all.
We will have our senior walk at Madison Elementary School on the afternoon of Monday, May 24. Students will wear their caps and gowns.
We will have our senior walk at Ramage Elementary School on the morning of Tuesday, May 25. Students will wear their caps and gowns.
We will have our senior walk at Brookview Elementary School on the afternoon of Tuesday, May 25. Students will wear their caps and gowns.
The last day of classes for seniors will be Wednesday, May 26.
We will have our graduation practice on Thursday, May 27, at 8 a.m. Attendance is mandatory.
We will have our senior slideshow on Thursday, May 27, at 9 p.m. at the football field.
We will have our awards ceremony on Friday, May 28, at 8 a.m. Attendance is mandatory. Seniors need to arrive by 7:30 a.m. to line up. It will be a dress rehearsal, which means seniors will wear their caps and gowns with proper attire underneath. It is dress shirt, dress pants, and dress shoes for boys and dress or dress slacks for girls. No stiletto heels, flip flops, tennis shoes, work boots, etc. No shorts or jeans.
We will have our commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 29, at 10 a.m. at the football field. The same dress code applies.
Each graduate will receive up to 10 tickets to distribute to graduation attendees. Students will receive their tickets after the awards ceremony.
We ask that graduates’ families sit together and try to observe the recommended social distancing guidelines and remain six feet apart from other family groups.
We are strongly encouraging graduates and attendees to wear face masks, but they are not required.
We are planning to live stream the graduation ceremony so those who are unable to attend in person will have the opportunity to be a part of the ceremony.
All of those plans are tentative and could change; if changes are necessary, we will update everyone as soon as possible.
There are applications for summer school in the office. Students, if you need to attend summer school, where you will be able to recover two credits, please come to the office to get an application and return it by Friday, May 14. There is also a copy of the packet attached to a post about this on Schoology.
If you want to order a yearbook, please see Mrs. Pettry in Room 226 or you can order online at https://yearbookforever.com.
Scott High School follows the Boone County Student Code of Conduct.
Students: Signing out early from school will result in needing a doctor’s excuse. If a doctor excuse is not provided, your sign outs after 2pm will count the same as a tardy to school. Check your agendas for the consequences after three sign in or sign outs.
Scott High School follows the Boone County Dress Code policy, listed on the Dress Code page. Students almost always know when they have crossed the line! Please encourage your kids to dress appropriately for school.
All students will be required to pay for any 2nd breakfast. You will not be allowed to charge. Seniors with outstanding breakfast bills will not receive their diplomas until they are paid in full.
Parents are encouraged to join the Scott High Local School Improvement Council, the Band Boosters, the Athletic Boosters, and to help with Student Council activities. Children still need your involvement, even though they are in high school. Extra help is always welcome!
All bus pass requests must include the student’s first and last name, student ID#, homeroom teacher’s name, and a parent/guardian phone number for verification. Bus passes will not be issued without all of this information.