Attention HS equestrian team: Our First practice is at 6PM Wednesday July 1st. HS shows are August 29th and 30th in Centreville and September 13th in Coldwater. We will do a pre-screening, paperwork, then ride. Message me if you have any questions or are interested in joining the team. 269-251-1930 Christine Rosey
We are excited for a student tailgate leading up to the District football game tomorrow evening against Lawton. Tailgating will begin at 5:45 P.M. with games, hot dogs, and snacks. We encourage our students to pre-purchase their game tickets in the SHS Main Office for $6.
Join us for dinner on November 4t at Chick-fil-a from 5-8 to help support the 8th Grade class and their Washington D.C. trip! Grab dinner on your way to the Varsity District Volleyball game or after Parent teacher conferences! No need to cook! No flyer needed, but you need to mention you are there for our group!
SHS students are invited to finish the Homecoming Week with the dance immediately following the football game tonight. $5 admission with doors closing at 8:30 PM and no re-entry. Eagles get ready to get your dance on.
Tonight's Paul DeWolf Memorial Invitational cross country meet begins with the HS Boys at 5:00 P.M., HS Girls at 5:10 P.M, and all MS runners at 5:50 P.M. Awards will take place inside the SHS PAC around 6:30 P.M. Good luck to all runners.
Dual Enrolled Students - KVCC has been notified of the ongoing issue with your Chromebooks and KVCC Email. Once they fix the issue we will let you know. Until then please find a Desktop Computer in the HS Media Center or Virtual Lab in order to check your email. Thanks!
Middle School Cross Country First Practice: Monday, August 26th @ 3:30 PM at the high school cross country course. Middle School Football First Practice: Monday, August 26th @ 3:00 PM in the boy’s middle school locker room. Middle School Volleyball First Practice: Wednesday, September 4th @ 3:30 PM in the middle school gym. Parents, just a reminder that you must have a valid physical (after April 15, 2019) in order for your child to participate in practices.
Freshmen Academy kickoff is Monday, August 26 from 3:50 PM until 7 PM at SHS. Our Freshmen Academy Mentors spent the day readying themselves for our in-coming freshmen. Thanks Craig Tournquist for leading our mentors and SHS teachers, Mrs. Pelton, Dr. Dobbin, and Kim Klocke for mentoring our mentors.
Do you like golf? Are you interested in helping helping our student-athletes? Please consider getting a team together for the Schoolcraft Athletic Boosters Golf Outing on Saturday, August 17th. Tee time is 1:30 PM. https://runsignup.com/bigholegolfouting
The Schoolcraft Athletic Boosters is in need of volunteers for their golf outing. We need volunteers to work on Saturday, August 17th between 12:30 PM and 7:00 PM. If you can help please contact Jeff Clark at email@example.com.
Hello Parents! We want to help keep your family safe online (and on social media) so we are sending you this email with a unique opportunity to learn from experts in the digital space. The team at SmartSocial.com is hosting a virtual parent conference that will keep your kids safe and smart online on April 23-25. * Select from SIX of our LIVE parent night events you can join from your phone/computer on April 23rd, 24th or 25th * Join parents all over the world as they learn about the latest bad apps (and the best ways to talk with their kids about dangers online) * All parents and educators are invited to joinSchools all over the country are promoting this event to help protect their parents SmartSocial.com is where Law Enforcement, Parents and Teachers go to get the latest digital safety tips to keep kids safe online. This conference is worth over $500 in value, but thanks to the team at SmartSocial.com, they are releasing all of the content for only $1. That’s right, it’s only $1 if you register before the conference is over. Learn more about the Smart Social Week Virtual Conference at: https://smartsocial.com/smart-social-conference/ Ric Seager Principal Schoolcraft High School
Dear SHS Families, Testing will begin on Tuesday, April 9th for 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students only. Seniors will not attend school on this day. April 9th will be a half day for high school students only. Juniors will also be testing on April 10th, April 16th, and April 17th. Please see the detailed schedule listed below for each testing date. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the high school office at 488-7350. April 9th Grade 11: SAT with Essay 8:00-12:30 Grade 10: PSAT 8:00-11:15 Grade 9: PSAT 8:00-11:15 Students may leave for the day after being released from the testing period. Bus transportation and school lunches will NOT be available at the completion of the test period. Please make arrangements for your student. April 10th Grade 11: ACT WorkKeys 8:00-11:15 All other students will have a normal school day. Juniors will resume their normal school day schedule starting with either the second part of 4th hour or lunch. April 16th Grade 11: Social Studies M-STEP 9:00-11:00 All other students will have a normal school day. April 17th Grade 11: Science M-STEP 12:15-1:15 All other students will have a normal school day.
SHS Families: Early this afternoon, a four-jurisdiction effort, led by the Kalamazoo County Sheriff's Department, had drug-sniffing dogs conduct scan of all instructional areas, restrooms and lockers, at Schoolcraft High School. During the scan, all high school students, on campus at the time, were supervised in the gymnasium by school personnel. The scan took about 45 minutes. Any locations, or items, identified by the dogs as suspicious, were verified as suspicious by a separate dog, then searched by the administration and local authorities. Special care was used to assure compliance with Board Policy 5771: Search and Seizure: Use of Dogs. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Seager at 488-7360.
We had an AWESOME Homecoming week! Thank you to everyone who made it possible! The results of the festivities were as follows: Homecoming Queen: Abby Blodgett Homecoming King: Brady Flynn Homecoming Princess: Maeve Stitt Homecoming Prince: Garret Buchheit Banner Results 1. Seniors — 251 Points 2. Freshmen — 250 Points 3. Sophomores — 241 Points 4. Juniors — 220 Points Spirit Week Results 1. Mismatch Day — STAFF 2. Summer in February — SOPHOMORES 3. Staff/Student Swap — JUNIORS 4. Pajama Day — SOPHOMORES 5. Purple & Gold — JUNIORS **OVERALL WINNERS — JUNIORS**
Attention Senior parents This is the last friendly reminder about your graduation order. We have not received your Graduation order. This order will close for your school on Jan. 10th. Take advantage of the discounted prices and receive the custom items that were designed for this year’s graduation. Remember this is not just a C&G order, you are ordering anything you need to celebrate graduation. After January 10th you can still order online or by calling 800 567 8367 but all custom items will not be available and prices will be adjusted You can order online at jostens.com or you can call 800 567 8367 to place your order. All orders placed after Jan. 10th will have to be paid in full at time of order. If you have already ordered Thank you and please disregard this reminder Check out this link below to see how to celebrate http://ddeck.io/5b7d812422e1b0001b6085c1 Jim Ross/Jostens Partners in Education 269 217 6936
PARENT MEETING OVER MAY TERM COURSES: Come find out about our new elective course offerings, career exploration courses, and college opportunities, for SHS students, that will be available during May Term at Schoolcraft High School. Mr. Seager and Mr. Ledlow will be there to explain the May Term program and answer your questions. The meeting will be held in the HS PAC from 6:00 - 7:00 PM on Monday, December 17.
Greetings SCS Parents/Guardians: This communication comes as notification of our next school safety drill event to take place this Wednesday morning, December 12th, in each of our three buildings. As part of the A.L.I.C.E. safety protocol, which you will recall is the board adopted procedural plan for school safety, each building will share a short, grade-level appropriate instructional video followed by the classroom teacher guiding their students through a Lockdown/Barricade practice event with the support and supervision of local law enforcement. Please know that the Schoolcraft Community Schools take school safety very seriously and are committed to the enhanced security protocols provided through the A.L.I.C.E. program. We encourage parents to discuss this training with your student(s) both prior to and after the Wednesday training. Thank you in advance for your support!
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Early/Middle College Information Session will be on Wednesday, October 17 from 6:30-7:30 p.m., in the Schoolcraft High School PAC.
2019 HS Yearbooks are on sale for $45 until October 19. The price goes up to $50 on Oct. 20. Please go to www.jostens.com to order your's today!!
New to Schoolcraft Community Schools or recently moved? Visit http://www.schoolcraftschools.org/transportation--187 and fill out the transportation request form on the right to update our offices for the 2018/19 school year!
A spectator bus is available for the boys state semi-final baseball game this Friday vs. Riverview Gabriel Richard. If interested, please stop in the main office and put your name on the list. Ticket are $8.00 for the game -- (bus cost TBD)
If anyone is available at 5:00pm to load bleacher planks we are in need of volunteers to help load trucks. Please meet at Portage Central Football Field!
You may be noticing some changes to our Website as well as our Facebook & Twitter accounts! As we strive to always improve communication please don't forget to grab our app on your App Store as well!