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Shenandoah High School

Shenandoah High School is home to around 325 9th-12th grade students each year. The school was built in 1968 and remains a wonderful building for learning today. Several updates and modern amenities line the hallways at SHS. The students . . .

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New Outdoor Space?

The west side of Shenandoah High is home on a space between hallways separated by an outdoor courtyard. The space had sat empty and not utilized for some time. This summer with the help of Buildings and Grounds and Mr. Sweet's . . .

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PRIDE is Catchy

Extra efforts have been in place to increase the Mustang, Filly, or the commonly known phrase of 'Horsepower' pride here at Shenandoah High. The building which has been home of the Mustangs and Fillies since the late 1960's has . . .

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High School PRIDE Students of the Month

This month's High School PRIDE Students of the Month have been announced.  Senior Mariah Munsinger (right) and sophomore Libby Ehlers (left) were nominated and selected by their peers for the month of November. . . .

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Soybean Project

Click below to see the presentation slides that were presented to the School Board on October 8, 2018 by Sam Martin, Quentin Slater, Kayla VanRite, and Vo-Ag instructor & FFA Advisor, Sarah F. Martin. Soybean Presentation to . . .

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College Fair

Monday, September 17 Financial Aid Presentation by ICAN 6-7PM College Fair 6:30-7:30PM Shenandoah National Guard Armory 601 Ferguson Rd. Free & Open to the Public Nearly 60 . . .

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STEMFEST Career Day

On September 5th, the Shenandoah High School was transformed for a STEMFEST Career Day.  The goal of the day was to give students an insight into the exciting career opportunities that use STEM daily.  The day started off with . . .

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The Marigold Effect

The Marigold Effect is a well-known concept within the teaching world; many different places can explain what these bright, oddly-scented flowers have to do with teaching, but the most recent one I've read came from the Cult of . . .

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