Vesta Bopp: Interview Skills, 4th place.
Aleigh Gomez: Legal Office Procedures, 3rd place - National Qualifier
Computer Programming and Coding Concepts, 7th Place
Hadlee Kinghorn: Digital Communication Design Concepts, 2nd place - National Qualifier
Graphic Design Promotion, 4th place.
Jocelyn Kirk: Entrepreneurship, 3rd place - National Qualifier
Business Meeting Management Concepts, 4th place
Lucy Martin: Fundamentals of Accounting, 6th place.
Hannah Stearns: Graphic Design Promotion, 6th place.
Marketing Management Human Resource Concepts, 5th place.
Website Design Team consisting of Aleigha Gomez, Hadlee Kinghorn, Jocelyn Kirk, and Lucy Martin, 5th place
2021 Shenandoah High School
When: Tuesday, June 1st Monday, June 7th
Wednesday June 2nd Tuesday, June 8th
Thursday, June 3rd Wednesday, June 9th
Friday, June 4th Thursday, June 10th
Saturday, June 5th Friday, June 11th
Each day 8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. THESE DAYS ARE REQUIRED. Driving times will be determined during class.
Where: High School Classrooms taught by two Certified Instructors unless COVID-19 restrictions dictate us to move class to virtual.
Cost: $300.00 (Add $25.00 for non-SHS students) *Adjustment for Free/Reduced Lunch
Students must provide a copy of their drivers permit upon registration.
Students are required to attend all ten three hour classes.
Classroom work must be completed at 70% or higher.
Students driving will be on a pass/fail scale.
Students are required to have 6 hours of “Behind the Wheel” drive time with the instructor, and 12 hours of observation time (in the car while others are driving.)
Note: Payment is due prior to first class on June 1st. Checks need to be payable to Shenandoah Community Schools. Space is limited, so sign up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange payment drop off or mailing.
Any questions about program, contact Drivers Ed co-instructors:
Questions during summer may be referred to Shenandoah High School
Contact: Mrs. Allensworth or Mrs. Nebel or Mrs. McGinnis at 712-246-4727 or email us
K-8 Families-- Not only was the weather fantastic this past week but we think we had a pretty great week at school too! I know one thing is for sure, attitudes greatly improve when the sun is out. Make sure you are getting out and enjoying these days.
I think Read Across America week was a great success. It was a lot of fun to see all our elementary students enjoying themselves with the games in the gyms! Thank you to the PTO for helping with the materials and helping put the games together, it was greatly appreciated and the kids loved it! Thank you to the MS Student Council members who helped run the games all day as well!
It was also awesome to see the 5th-8th graders reading with our elementary students to start our day on Wednesday. After seeing that, there was and will continue to be a lot of discussion about how we can make that happen more often. If you haven't seen some of the fun that was had, check out our school website (under the Elementary School tab) or check out the Facebook page.
We also had Parent-Teacher Conferences on Thursday. Thank you to everyone who participated and met with your student's teachers. Both the JK-4 and the 5-8 buildings had around 90% participation! Thank you to the PTO and anyone who donated to them for providing snacks and pizza for supper. Also a big shout out to HyVee and Fareway for providing a bunch of snacks and drinks to keep our teachers energy up all day! It is great to feel the community support of our staff!
Just a reminder that if you are signing up for your student for 3rd-6th grade baseball or softball, those sign up forms are due on Wednesday. I have attached the registration form for that sign up.
I've also been asked to pass on information about the Wabash Arts Camp. I have attached the registration form for this summer's camp.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to me. Thanks and have a great week! --Mr. Burdorf #horsepower
We had an awesome week celebrating Read Across America! Check out some of our photos or check out more on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/shenpk8 while also reading this great article from KMA: https://www.kmaland.com/news/shen-elementary-students-celebrate-read-across-america/article_9d0f4c9a-7c4e-11eb-aba8-7773d0b690ea.html to find out all the fun things that happened!
The next ACT test is offered on April 17. The deadline to register for this test is Friday, March 12, at 11:59 pm. Students can register online at www.act.org and pay with a credit card. The fee is $55.00 for the standard multiple-choice exam and an extra $15.00 if the student would like to take the writing portion. Fee waivers are available to those who qualify. Please allow for up to 45 minutes to complete the online registration for the first time.
The ACT is offered every February, April, June, July, September, October, and December. Shenandoah is a testing site for some, but not all, test dates.