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|Congratulations Academic Team!
The South Decatur High School Science Team won the Division 4 Area Academic Super Bowl (Science Division) meet on Tuesday April 19 in Batesville. This placed South Decatur’s Science team in second place overall (out of 73 high school teams) in the state for this round. This area victory, and the second place in the state preliminary meet, propels the team to the state finals at Purdue University on Saturday May 7.
The varsity team consists of seniors Carlyn Johannigman and Connor Polanka; juniors Justin Bates and Cory Combs; sophomores Justice Burton and Elias Watkins; and freshman Kenny Stier.
Science team coach Peter Warren stated, “these kids did a great job and I am very proud
of them. We have a little more work to do in preparation, and hope to bring home the state
title to South.”
WE ARE SOUTH!
Congratulations Noah Nobbe!
Noah Nobbe, is at the top of his class at South Decatur as well as an all-conference football player, was honored with 12 other Indiana high school athletes as members of the 2016 Scholar Athlete football team.
It marks the 22nd year the National Football Foundation, in coordination with the College Football Hall of Fame, has named a Scholar Athlete team. The criteria for achieving the honor is stringent, accounting for 40 percent athletic ability, 40 percent academic success and 20 percent community service.
The recipients were greeted by Indianapolis Colts quarterback, Andrew Luck, a former Scholar Athlete winner. Luck gave the athletes a tour of the Colts’ complex.
Message from the Nurse:
Parents/guardians of students that have stored medications and/or medical supplies in the school's health clinic during the 2015/2016 school: Please pick up these medications by the last day of school. If sending someone to pick up these medications, they must be at least 18 years old and arrangements made ahead of time. Any medications left will be disposed of properly. Any questions, please contact Katie McCamment, school nurse.
The state as mandated that all INCOMING SENIORS will need to be vaccinated with a 2nd Meningococcal vaccination (MCV4) by the beginning of the 2016/2017 school year. Over the summer, we encourage you to utilize the free immunization clinics offered through Decatur County Memorial Hospital and the Decatur County Board of Health. Letters will be mailed home with additional information to all incoming seniors by the end of this school year. Any questions, please contact Katie McCamment, school nurse.
Congratulations to the South Decatur Boiler Tech Challenge teams for placing 3rd overall in this year's competition. South Decatur students competing were:
Break It - 1st Place: Brooke Helms, Vanessa Veerkamp, Tori Nash and Olivia Fry
Break It - 3rd Place NDPLW - Olivia Fry and Annie Gant
Invent It - 1st Place: Thomas Schwering, Kory Mullins, Garrett Bates, and Aidan Brown
Invent It NDPTW: Kenny Stier
Shake It - Will Smiley, Nick Benge, and Walker Gabbard
Pump It - Carlyn Johannigman, Noah Nobbe, Connor Polanka, and Bobbie Shook
Build It - Cole Bower, Dylan Platt, and Blake Kearney
Build It - 2nd Place NDPLW - Stacy Fox, Charlie Hamilton, and Justin Bates
The Decatur County Community Schools group won the Trivia contest as a team and Kenny Stier won a prize for Social Media posts. Outstanding job by all our county participants!
April 26-29: ISTEP Testing
April 24: DCCSF Awards (NDHS, 7:30)
April 29: Mock Crash
April 30th: SDHS Prom
June 4th: SDHS Football - 3 on 3 Basketball Tourney information!!!
SDHS Football 3 on 3 Tourney Info
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Congratulations to Noah Nobbe
Senior Noah Nobbe has been selected to the 2015 Indiana High School Academic All-State Team! Noah was 1 of 24 student/athletes selected from the entire State of Indiana. He will be receiving a plaque from the Indianapolis Colts during pre-game ceremony at the Colts – Texans game on December 20, 2015.
SOUTH DECATUR DID IT AGAIN!
South Decatur High School is “Best in Region”
Congratulations to our Biomed students' who created the concept for the StrongX Health Records being named one of the 2015 Verizon Innovative App Challenge Best in Region winners. Your team is now eligible to compete for the eight Best in Nation awards, which will be announced on February 3, 2015.
The student team came up with a healthcare app concept called StrongX Health Records that will allow smartphone users to check on their medical records with a secure app using personal identifiers such as fingerprints, face recognition and voice recognition. The security measures, along with more traditional passwords, will provide secure access to health records via mobile technology.
|Lilly Scholarship Winners:||2009-Krista Galloway
|Maverick Challenge Winners:||2012 and 2013 - Morgan Tomson
2013 Paje Smiley, Lexie Armand, Shelby Sparkman