Congratulations to our 2018-2019 Homecoming Court!
From Left to Right:
9th Grade Attendants: Grace Johnson and Derek Miller
10th Grade Attendants: Brenna Godfread and Braden Knight
Senior Court: Alexis McGinnis & Trevor Bauer, Kealey Anderson & Gabe Allumbaugh
AFS Student: Tuva Omberg
Senior Court: Payton Jensen & Zach Harms, Mariah Munsinger & Tyler Courtier
11th Grade Attendants: Nichole Gilbert and Payton Stephens
1st grade attendants:
Olivia Bahr and Ethyn Van Essen
Shenandoah High School Homecoming Calendar
THEME: Road Trip- All Roads Lead Home
2:00 PM Window Painting downtown
5:00 PM Color Blast Run at Mustang Field
5:30 PM Community Grill Out (free will donation)
6:30 PM Powder Puff Football games
5:00 PM JV Football vs. Southwest Valley High School @home
7:00 PM Community Pep Rally, at the Football Field (weather pending: in the HS gym if inclement weather)
5:30 PM Volleyball 9th and JV vs. Kuemper Catholic @home
7:15 PM Varsity Volleyball vs. Kuemper Catholic @home
4:00 PM Middle School, High School Girls and Boys Cross Country Invitational @home
4:45 PM 9th grade volleyball vs. St. Albert Catholic, @away
5:45 PM JV Volleyball vs. St. Albert Catholic, @away
7:15 PM Varsity Volleyball vs. St. Albert Catholic, @away
12:15-1:00 PM 5-12 Pep Rally in high school gym
1:25 PM Dismissal for Parade
2:00 PM Parade line-up at the Depot
2:30 PM Parade from the Depot to Fire Department
5:30 PM Junior Class Cookout – Gee Park
5:30 PM March from HS to Mustang Field - Band, Cheer
6:20 PM Coronation at the football field
6:40 PM Recognition of Cross Country & Volleyball Teams
7:00 PM Football Game vs Red Oak, @home
8:30 AM Volleyball Tournament, @Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson
9:00 AM Clarinda Band Jamboree
8:00 –11:00 PM Homecoming Dance at the Middle School
2:00 PM Clean windows downtown
Monday, September 17
Financial Aid Presentation by ICAN
Shenandoah National Guard Armory
601 Ferguson Rd.
Free & Open to the Public
Nearly 60 colleges/universities & military branches represented to answer questions on admission requirements,
housing, financial aid, scholarships, internships, and specific majors with college representatives.
The Yearbook staff is trying to clean off their shelves and they have A LOT of old yearbooks. Please click below to see the years available and the prices.
To work on team building in 7th-grade math we start the year with the Marshmallow Challenge. The student's goal is to build the tallest freestanding structure in 18 minutes with only the following supplies: 20 pieces of spaghetti, 1 yard of tape, 1 yard of string, scissors, and 1 marshmallow.
To listen to the students during these 18 minutes you might hear:
"We need to try this"
"How do we stabilize this so it won't fall over" and much more.
This is not a quiet time in math it gets pretty loud.
I am amazed at some of the ideas that students try. This gives me a great insight into how students work together. After this challenge, we then talk about what things students had to do to work together. We talk about perseverance and not giving up when something is hard.
-Sarah L. Martin, Middle School Instructor