***Daily Bulletin***

South Haven High School Bulletin for Tuesday April 23, 2019

Events

Fighting for Cancer 5k

For our 20 time project we are hosting a 5k with the American Cancer Society! The 5k will take place at Ratcliff field this Saturday, April 27th at 5pm.

Money is due when you register.

$5 a person

$10 for T-shirts.

Contacts Bri Young Brianna.young@learn.shps.org


Attention students

Scheduling for 2019-2020 -

Course Request Forms were due by March 15th, however, it's not too late to meet with your counselor to go over options for next school year. If you're uncertain about a request, have questions about credit recovery or online courses - please see your counselor before June 12th! It's much easier to change a request, than to change your schedule once it's been made!

Juniors - Please make sure you see your counselor to review your course requests for your Senior year to make sure you're on track to graduate! Go to the SSC, email your counselor, or use the links below to make an appointment today!

Ms. Latus (A-K) = https://calendly.com/PLatus

Ms. McFadyen (L-Z) = https://calendly.com/cmcfadyen


Attention students

Full School Day 5/24/19

We have a calendar revision due to the extreme weather conditions and number of school closings this year.

Please note that Friday, May 24, 2019 will now be a full day of school for all students and staff.

Please contact your student's school office with any questions!


Events

SENIOR SIX FLAGS GREAT AMERICA TRIP May 18th 2019

Leaving for Six Flags @ 5:00 pm from high school

We will be leaving around 3:30 am from Six Flags and will return around 7 am.

Tickets are sold at $55 and include Everything on a Grad Nite General Admission ticket PLUS:

Early entrance at 9 p.m. with 1 hour of exclusive ride time

All-You-Can-Eat Dinner in our Picnic Grove

Grad Nite Souvenir

Grad Nite Snack

DJ and Dance Floor

Also, we are selling Senior T-Shirts for 15 dollars and will be worn during both senior trip and graduation practice


Events

RESCHEDULE of the Carnell Jackson Student Vs. Teacher Basketball Game! Instead of April 18th, the game will now take place on April 25th!!!


Events

Prom Tickets on sale during A & B Lunch

$35/single

$50/couple


Events

Help support this year's prom!

Class of 2020 are hosting a Canvas event on April 28th from 2-3PM in the high school cafeteria! All proceeds go to funding this year's prom!

Tickets must be purchased in advance $35 !!

Contact Mrs. Otto for tickets.


class of 2019

SENIORS:

Don't forget to pick up your College Bound RAM t-shirt! Just show us your enrollment or acceptance letter to any trade school or college! Questions? Ask your counselor. Available in the SSC.


SHOUT OUTS

Big Shout Out to our Key Club

As many of you were heading south for spring break, Key Club traveled to Kalamazoo for a leadership convention for the weekend. I would like to congratulate South Haven Key Club for trophies that they brought back to the district. The students compete against large schools around Michigan. We took first place in the poster contest and 2nd place in the video contest. T

he Poster will now go to the International Convention this summer.

Ms. Vander Roest is so proud of her Key Club members.


SHOUT OUTS

Science Olympiads are heading to the State Competition

For the 17th year in a row, the SHHS Science Olympiads are heading to the state competition on April 27th! With each member of the team earning at least one medal this year, our students are ready to take on the competition and represent our school district. Be sure to wish these students luck as they prepare for one of the biggest competition of the season. Go Rams!


SHOUT OUTS

Congratulations are in order for the High School Chorale!

Chorale(zero hour)traveled to Allendale High School this weekend to perform at State Solo and Ensemble. Performing at State is an honor in itself, but I am pleased to announce that our ensemble earned a Division I rating!

The students performed beautifully and behaved with poise and confidence. In sight reading, they earned a score only 3 points shy of a perfect score! Please take a moment to congratulate these students on their fantastic performance.

The Chorale will next travel to Hastings Michigan to participate in the Hastings TAC Jazz Festival next Friday!


Events

Cheer on the SHPS History Club as they travel to compete in the State competition in Bay City on Saturday, April 27th.

The History Club is an internationally recognized competitive, academic team that has found great success-even bringing home a national win, over the past 9 years. After endless hours of hard work preparing, we know this group will impress as they present their various projects under this year's theme Triumph and Tragedy.

Good luck to this great group of students! Go Rams!


Seed of Hope Scholarship HS Seniors...There is still time to apply for the Seed of Hope Scholarship. Please stop by the Student Success Center or visit our website to learn more about how to apply for this scholarship. Please note that the application deadline has been extended to May 1st.


Leave a Legacy Award HS seniors...there is still time to apply for the Devon "Devo" Smiley "Leave a Legacy" award. This is a one-time scholarship award in memory of Devon Smiley. Applications can be found in the Student Success Center & are due by May 15th.


Athlete of the Week Congratulations to Marnie Frost for being named Athlete of the Week for the week of April 7th. Marnie won the High Jump and the 800 Meter, 1600 Meter, and 3200 Meter Runs. She is also a member of the cross country team, National Honor Society, Student Council, and Be Nice Committee. Another finalist for the week was Courtney Kelly of South Haven Softball. If you see these girls tell them congratulations and Go Rams!!!


SENIORS

Attention Seniors:

Nomination for Prom King and Queen. Nomination will be open until Thursday. Check your email to nominate.

Events

Board of Education Awards Reschedule

Mark your calendars! Due to the superintendent search timeline, this year's Board of Education Awards have been moved to Tuesday, November 27th at 6:30 PM in Listiak Auditorium.These awards recognize students (10th - 12th grade) that have maintained a grade point average of 3.200 or above for the 2017-18 school year. Students being honored at the ceremony will receive an invitation by mail closer to the event!


 

Clubs

Art Club will meet from 2:30-3:30

 

 

Art Club will meet from 2:30-3:30 on

 

October 11 (Thursday)

 

October 18 (Thursday)

 

October 24 (Wednesday)

 

 


 

Seniors

Application Help

Seniors can receive help on their FAFSA and school applications every Thursday in October in room A101.

 

10/4 & 10/11 during 2nd & 3rd periods.

 

10/18 & 10/25 during 5th and 6th periods.

 


 

Seniors

Senior Application Raffle

Seniors, as you complete your applications for schools, FAFSA, scholarships, or if you're working with a military recruiter - complete a pink raffle card in the SSC for a chance to win free stuff! The more applications you complete, the better your chances for winning! There will be weekly drawings all of October. Winners will be notified via email.


 

Events

HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL

On Friday, October 26, 2018, the High School Tri-M Music Honor Society will be presenting a Halloween Carnival for all children ages 12 and under (must be accompanied by an adult). The Carnival will take place from 4:30-7:30pm in the Baseline MS Gym.

 

The Halloween Carnival will feature an assortment of carnival games, pumpkin painting, face painting, photo booth, bouncy house, instrument petting zoo, concessions and more!

 

In addition, there will be a costume contest at 6:00pm.

 

This is a community event, so please feel free to share with all of your family friends and others in the community!

 

Admission is free! Tickets for carnival games will be on sale at the door for $0.50 each. Everyone is encourage to wear their costume and bring a bag/bucket for candy and prizes!

 


 

Attention students

Do you want to exempt from exams?

Make sure you are checking your attendance daily!! You will not be able to exempt from exams with any UA or more then 3 EA's. We are only allowed to change your attendance the week of the absence.


 

Attention students

Free College Applications!

The following schools are waiving their application fees in October:

 

Baker College, use should see a "no code" message when applying in October

 

Eastern Michigan University, use this link to access it https://emich.tfaforms.net/217772

 

Saginaw Valley State University, use code “AMARMCAN"

 

Wayne State University, use code "MCAW2018"

 

Western Michigan University, Will waive the application fee for any students who attends an Open House event on campus and applies that day. This year’s Open House dates are 10/12, 10/27, and 11/2.

 


 

Seniors

SAT scores & Transcripts

Seniors, remember that every school to which you apply needs your high school transcript and SAT scores. You must send your transcript through your Parchment account, and your SAT scores through your College Board account. Go to the "apply to college" page on the SSC website for links and helpful information: http://shpscounseling.weebly.com/apply-to-college.html


 

Winter sports Students interested in signing up for a winter sport, there are sign up sheets outside the athletic office.


 

Pictures

Picture Retake Day will be November 2nd

 


 

College information

KVCC

2019-2020 Merit Scholarship, deadline to apply is Dec. 12

 

Students must apply to KVCC first.

 

Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.5, and a minimum ACT composite score of 21 or a minimum new SAT composite score of 1060 to be eligible for consideration. Students who are selected will be awarded a $3,000 scholarship for their freshman year. Students can receive an additional award of $3,000 for their sophomore year based on criteria being met. Go the following link to access the application:

 

https://www.kvcc.edu/admissions/finaid/merit1920.pdf

 


 

College information

LMC

Scholarship application deadline is Dec. 15

 

Students must have already applied to LMC.

 

Presidential Scholarship: 3.75 HS GPA and 21 ACT or 1060 SAT; equal to the amount of ~$4,500.00/year.

 

Board of Trustees Scholarship: 3.25 HS GPA; equal to the amount of ~$2,000.00/year.

 

Winner’s Circle/LMC foundation Scholarship: 2.25 HS GPA and demonstrate financial need (cannot be eligible for full pell) ; equal to the amount of ~$500.00-$1,000/year.

 

Early College Scholarship: 3.0 HS GPA and 3.0 LMC GPA (with 3 or more credits taken at LMC as an early college student)

 

Go to the following website and sign in to apply: https://lakemichigancollege.academicworks.com/

 


 

Events

Haunted History

South Haven History Club Presents: Haunted History kickoff event in the spirit of Halloween.

 

Sunday the 28th from 6PM-7:30PM @ North Shore Elementary

 

6:00PM-6:30PM: Sign ups, welcome and overview, punch and desserts.

 

6:30PM-7:30PM Guest speakers: Paranormal Michigan Investigations

 

Flyers with more information posted in the Main Office

 

Interested in the History Club?----check out the History Club FB page or www.nhd.org. Or contact Mrs. Sheppard at jsheppard@shps.org for more information.

 


 

Events

You're never to old to dress up for halloween!!

Students and Teachers: Do you want to dress up for Halloween? For $1 you can wear your costume to school on Tuesday for Halloween. Key Club is raising money for UNICEF and help support their cause. Please remember that the dress code still applies and your face can not be covered. October 31 in the morning come to room B114 pay your dollar and receive a stamp to wear your costume


 

Students interested in bowling If you would like to be on the bowling team this winter season, please stop by the Athletic Office and see Mrs. Schrader or Mr. Verseput in regards to setting up times to practice with the coach before the season starts. She is meeting with students on Tuesdays and Thursdays.


 

Seniors

YEARBOOK SENIOR PICTURES DUE NOV. 16TH

 


 

CLUB MEETING

GSA meeting

The GSA will be holding a meeting to celebrate LGBTQIA+ history month on Thursday, October 25 starting immediately at the end of the school day and lasting until 3:00pm. GSA meetings are open to all students with open minds, no matter how you identify—straight and cis allies are welcome too! Bring a friend and enjoy some fun times!


 

Events

Choir Trip!

The high school choirs will be taking a trip to Chicago to see a professional production of Beauty and the Beast on Thursday, January 17, 2019. There are 50 student tickets available for the trip and spots will be reserved on a first come, first served basis for students who turn in a $50 deposit and a parent/guardian permission slip, due no later than Thursday, November 1, 2018. Spaces are open first to choir students, and then open to other high school students as availability allows. Please see Ms. Hillyard in the choir room for more information.


 

Kalamazoo Valley Community College Kalamazoo Valley Community College is coming to South Haven High School on Friday, October 26th. Stop by the Student Success Center today to sign-up!


 

Events

Anyone up for some bowling?

SEIU 517M of South Haven Public Schools presents

 

Blessings in a Backpack Fundraiser

 

November 2nd, 2018

 

6:00PM-8:00PM @ Lakeside Entertainment 09921 Blue Star Hwy.

 

Contact Michele in the HS kitchen for tickets or call 269-637-0595

 

Tickets

 

$10 Children

 

$12 Adults

 

Tickets includes 3 games of bowling. shoe rental, and pizza.

 


 

Wrestling conditioning If you are interested in going out for the wrestling team this winter season, they are starting conditioning on Tuesdays & Thursdays, October 23 - November 1st. Right after school, 2:30 - 4:00 in the wrestling room. Hope to see you there.


 

Girls basketball Attn Girls interested in girls basketball: There is NO open gym on Sunday the 28th!! Starting Monday the 29th, at 6:00 AM, there will be conditioning at Lincoln school, 6 - 7 AM. This will be on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.


 

Events

Project Pathways Business & Community Career Expo

The Project Pathways group is excited to have another year of career exploration opportunities!

 

All students are invited to explore career opportunities on Wednesday, Oct. 31 from 1:15-2:15 pm in the ILC. You must sign up in advance to attend. Sign up in the main office or in your RAM classes.

 

You'll have the opportunity to meet with business professionals, learn about what they do, ask questions, and find out if a career in business or government may be a good fit for you.

 

Students in all grade levels are welcome, especially those interested in business, entrepreneurship, sales, marketing, insurance, accounting, finance, legal field, politics and local government.

 


 

SHOUT OUTS

Congratulations to Jaqueline Cortes and Corrine Caponigro - Application Raffle Winners for last week!

 


 

Clubs

Join us!!

Looking to join another extracurricular activity that looks great on college applications, doesn't involve much effort, give back to the community and improves public speaking. Youth Advisory Committee is just for you. YAC is a group of South Haven Students with an interest in the future of our community. We fund grants that is submitted by nonprofits and teachers that will positively affect the lives of the youth in the community. Application process is very simple. Applications are in the office due November 2nd. This group meets once a month during Ram Hour.

 

If you have any questions feel free to email me at olivia.ellis@learn.shps.org

 


 

Girls basketball Attention all South Haven High school girls interested in playing basketball this Winter. The Season is quickly coming up as Tryouts will begin Monday, November 12th at 6pm in the HS Gym. To help prepare for this, Conditioning workouts will be starting Monday, Oct 29th at 6am in the Lincoln Elementary Gym. Conditioning Dates: Oct. 29th - Nov. 1st (Mon-Thur) 6AM-7AM Nov. 5th - Nov. 8th (Mon-Thur) 6AM-7AM Lincoln Elementary Gym Hope to see you there

Kristy Jenks

11:37 AM (1 hour ago)
to Emailhsallclassof2021Becca

South Haven High School Bulletin for Thursday, October 25, 2018

Events

Board of Education Awards Reschedule

Mark your calendars! Due to the superintendent search timeline, this year's Board of Education Awards have been moved to Tuesday, November 27th at 6:30 PM in Listiak Auditorium.These awards recognize students (10th - 12th grade) that have maintained a grade point average of 3.200 or above for the 2017-18 school year. Students being honored at the ceremony will receive an invitation by mail closer to the event!


 

Clubs

Art Club will meet from 2:30-3:30

 

 

Art Club will meet from 2:30-3:30 on

 

October 11 (Thursday)

 

October 18 (Thursday)

 

October 24 (Wednesday)

 

 


 

Seniors

Application Help

Seniors can receive help on their FAFSA and school applications every Thursday in October in room A101.

 

10/4 & 10/11 during 2nd & 3rd periods.

 

10/18 & 10/25 during 5th and 6th periods.

 


 

Seniors

Senior Application Raffle

Seniors, as you complete your applications for schools, FAFSA, scholarships, or if you're working with a military recruiter - complete a pink raffle card in the SSC for a chance to win free stuff! The more applications you complete, the better your chances for winning! There will be weekly drawings all of October. Winners will be notified via email.


 

Events

HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL

On Friday, October 26, 2018, the High School Tri-M Music Honor Society will be presenting a Halloween Carnival for all children ages 12 and under (must be accompanied by an adult). The Carnival will take place from 4:30-7:30pm in the Baseline MS Gym.

 

The Halloween Carnival will feature an assortment of carnival games, pumpkin painting, face painting, photo booth, bouncy house, instrument petting zoo, concessions and more!

 

In addition, there will be a costume contest at 6:00pm.

 

This is a community event, so please feel free to share with all of your family friends and others in the community!

 

Admission is free! Tickets for carnival games will be on sale at the door for $0.50 each. Everyone is encourage to wear their costume and bring a bag/bucket for candy and prizes!

 


 

Attention students

Do you want to exempt from exams?

Make sure you are checking your attendance daily!! You will not be able to exempt from exams with any UA or more then 3 EA's. We are only allowed to change your attendance the week of the absence.


 

Attention students

Free College Applications!

The following schools are waiving their application fees in October:

 

Baker College, use should see a "no code" message when applying in October

 

Eastern Michigan University, use this link to access it https://emich.tfaforms.net/217772

 

Saginaw Valley State University, use code “AMARMCAN"

 

Wayne State University, use code "MCAW2018"

 

Western Michigan University, Will waive the application fee for any students who attends an Open House event on campus and applies that day. This year’s Open House dates are 10/12, 10/27, and 11/2.

 


 

Seniors

SAT scores & Transcripts

Seniors, remember that every school to which you apply needs your high school transcript and SAT scores. You must send your transcript through your Parchment account, and your SAT scores through your College Board account. Go to the "apply to college" page on the SSC website for links and helpful information: http://shpscounseling.weebly.com/apply-to-college.html


 

Winter sports Students interested in signing up for a winter sport, there are sign up sheets outside the athletic office.


 

Pictures

Picture Retake Day will be November 2nd

 


 

College information

KVCC

2019-2020 Merit Scholarship, deadline to apply is Dec. 12

 

Students must apply to KVCC first.

 

Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.5, and a minimum ACT composite score of 21 or a minimum new SAT composite score of 1060 to be eligible for consideration. Students who are selected will be awarded a $3,000 scholarship for their freshman year. Students can receive an additional award of $3,000 for their sophomore year based on criteria being met. Go the following link to access the application:

 

https://www.kvcc.edu/admissions/finaid/merit1920.pdf

 


 

College information

LMC

Scholarship application deadline is Dec. 15

 

Students must have already applied to LMC.

 

Presidential Scholarship: 3.75 HS GPA and 21 ACT or 1060 SAT; equal to the amount of ~$4,500.00/year.

 

Board of Trustees Scholarship: 3.25 HS GPA; equal to the amount of ~$2,000.00/year.

 

Winner’s Circle/LMC foundation Scholarship: 2.25 HS GPA and demonstrate financial need (cannot be eligible for full pell) ; equal to the amount of ~$500.00-$1,000/year.

 

Early College Scholarship: 3.0 HS GPA and 3.0 LMC GPA (with 3 or more credits taken at LMC as an early college student)

 

Go to the following website and sign in to apply: https://lakemichigancollege.academicworks.com/

 


 

Events

Haunted History

South Haven History Club Presents: Haunted History kickoff event in the spirit of Halloween.

 

Sunday the 28th from 6PM-7:30PM @ North Shore Elementary

 

6:00PM-6:30PM: Sign ups, welcome and overview, punch and desserts.

 

6:30PM-7:30PM Guest speakers: Paranormal Michigan Investigations

 

Flyers with more information posted in the Main Office

 

Interested in the History Club?----check out the History Club FB page or www.nhd.org. Or contact Mrs. Sheppard at jsheppard@shps.org for more information.

 


 

Events

You're never to old to dress up for halloween!!

Students and Teachers: Do you want to dress up for Halloween? For $1 you can wear your costume to school on Tuesday for Halloween. Key Club is raising money for UNICEF and help support their cause. Please remember that the dress code still applies and your face can not be covered. October 31 in the morning come to room B114 pay your dollar and receive a stamp to wear your costume


 

Students interested in bowling If you would like to be on the bowling team this winter season, please stop by the Athletic Office and see Mrs. Schrader or Mr. Verseput in regards to setting up times to practice with the coach before the season starts. She is meeting with students on Tuesdays and Thursdays.


 

Seniors

YEARBOOK SENIOR PICTURES DUE NOV. 16TH

 


 

CLUB MEETING

GSA meeting

The GSA will be holding a meeting to celebrate LGBTQIA+ history month on Thursday, October 25 starting immediately at the end of the school day and lasting until 3:00pm. GSA meetings are open to all students with open minds, no matter how you identify—straight and cis allies are welcome too! Bring a friend and enjoy some fun times!


 

Events

Choir Trip!

The high school choirs will be taking a trip to Chicago to see a professional production of Beauty and the Beast on Thursday, January 17, 2019. There are 50 student tickets available for the trip and spots will be reserved on a first come, first served basis for students who turn in a $50 deposit and a parent/guardian permission slip, due no later than Thursday, November 1, 2018. Spaces are open first to choir students, and then open to other high school students as availability allows. Please see Ms. Hillyard in the choir room for more information.


 

Kalamazoo Valley Community College Kalamazoo Valley Community College is coming to South Haven High School on Friday, October 26th. Stop by the Student Success Center today to sign-up!


 

Events

Anyone up for some bowling?

SEIU 517M of South Haven Public Schools presents

 

Blessings in a Backpack Fundraiser

 

November 2nd, 2018

 

6:00PM-8:00PM @ Lakeside Entertainment 09921 Blue Star Hwy.

 

Contact Michele in the HS kitchen for tickets or call 269-637-0595

 

Tickets

 

$10 Children

 

$12 Adults

 

Tickets includes 3 games of bowling. shoe rental, and pizza.

 


 

Wrestling conditioning If you are interested in going out for the wrestling team this winter season, they are starting conditioning on Tuesdays & Thursdays, October 23 - November 1st. Right after school, 2:30 - 4:00 in the wrestling room. Hope to see you there.


 

Girls basketball Attn Girls interested in girls basketball: There is NO open gym on Sunday the 28th!! Starting Monday the 29th, at 6:00 AM, there will be conditioning at Lincoln school, 6 - 7 AM. This will be on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.


 

Events

Project Pathways Business & Community Career Expo

The Project Pathways group is excited to have another year of career exploration opportunities!

 

All students are invited to explore career opportunities on Wednesday, Oct. 31 from 1:15-2:15 pm in the ILC. You must sign up in advance to attend. Sign up in the main office or in your RAM classes.

 

You'll have the opportunity to meet with business professionals, learn about what they do, ask questions, and find out if a career in business or government may be a good fit for you.

 

Students in all grade levels are welcome, especially those interested in business, entrepreneurship, sales, marketing, insurance, accounting, finance, legal field, politics and local government.

 


 

SHOUT OUTS

Congratulations to Jaqueline Cortes and Corrine Caponigro - Application Raffle Winners for last week!

 


 

Clubs

Join us!!

Looking to join another extracurricular activity that looks great on college applications, doesn't involve much effort, give back to the community and improves public speaking. Youth Advisory Committee is just for you. YAC is a group of South Haven Students with an interest in the future of our community. We fund grants that is submitted by nonprofits and teachers that will positively affect the lives of the youth in the community. Application process is very simple. Applications are in the office due November 2nd. This group meets once a month during Ram Hour.

 

If you have any questions feel free to email me at olivia.ellis@learn.shps.org

 


 

Girls basketball Attention all South Haven High school girls interested in playing basketball this Winter. The Season is quickly coming up as Tryouts will begin Monday, November 12th at 6pm in the HS Gym. To help prepare for this, Conditioning workouts will be starting Monday, Oct 29th at 6am in the Lincoln Elementary Gym. Conditioning Dates: Oct. 29th - Nov. 1st (Mon-Thur) 6AM-7AM Nov. 5th - Nov. 8th (Mon-Thur) 6AM-7AM Lincoln Elementary Gym Hope to see you there

Kristy Jenks

11:37 AM (1 hour ago)
to Emailhsallclassof2021Becca

South Haven High School Bulletin for Thursday, October 25, 2018

Events

Board of Education Awards Reschedule

Mark your calendars! Due to the superintendent search timeline, this year's Board of Education Awards have been moved to Tuesday, November 27th at 6:30 PM in Listiak Auditorium.These awards recognize students (10th - 12th grade) that have maintained a grade point average of 3.200 or above for the 2017-18 school year. Students being honored at the ceremony will receive an invitation by mail closer to the event!


 

Clubs

Art Club will meet from 2:30-3:30

 

 

Art Club will meet from 2:30-3:30 on

 

October 11 (Thursday)

 

October 18 (Thursday)

 

October 24 (Wednesday)

 

 


 

Seniors

Application Help

Seniors can receive help on their FAFSA and school applications every Thursday in October in room A101.

 

10/4 & 10/11 during 2nd & 3rd periods.

 

10/18 & 10/25 during 5th and 6th periods.

 


 

Seniors

Senior Application Raffle

Seniors, as you complete your applications for schools, FAFSA, scholarships, or if you're working with a military recruiter - complete a pink raffle card in the SSC for a chance to win free stuff! The more applications you complete, the better your chances for winning! There will be weekly drawings all of October. Winners will be notified via email.


 

Events

HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL

On Friday, October 26, 2018, the High School Tri-M Music Honor Society will be presenting a Halloween Carnival for all children ages 12 and under (must be accompanied by an adult). The Carnival will take place from 4:30-7:30pm in the Baseline MS Gym.

 

The Halloween Carnival will feature an assortment of carnival games, pumpkin painting, face painting, photo booth, bouncy house, instrument petting zoo, concessions and more!

 

In addition, there will be a costume contest at 6:00pm.

 

This is a community event, so please feel free to share with all of your family friends and others in the community!

 

Admission is free! Tickets for carnival games will be on sale at the door for $0.50 each. Everyone is encourage to wear their costume and bring a bag/bucket for candy and prizes!

 


 

Attention students

Do you want to exempt from exams?

Make sure you are checking your attendance daily!! You will not be able to exempt from exams with any UA or more then 3 EA's. We are only allowed to change your attendance the week of the absence.


 

Attention students

Free College Applications!

The following schools are waiving their application fees in October:

 

Baker College, use should see a "no code" message when applying in October

 

Eastern Michigan University, use this link to access it https://emich.tfaforms.net/217772

 

Saginaw Valley State University, use code “AMARMCAN"

 

Wayne State University, use code "MCAW2018"

 

Western Michigan University, Will waive the application fee for any students who attends an Open House event on campus and applies that day. This year’s Open House dates are 10/12, 10/27, and 11/2.

 


 

Seniors

SAT scores & Transcripts

Seniors, remember that every school to which you apply needs your high school transcript and SAT scores. You must send your transcript through your Parchment account, and your SAT scores through your College Board account. Go to the "apply to college" page on the SSC website for links and helpful information: http://shpscounseling.weebly.com/apply-to-college.html


 

Winter sports Students interested in signing up for a winter sport, there are sign up sheets outside the athletic office.


 

Pictures

Picture Retake Day will be November 2nd

 


 

College information

KVCC

2019-2020 Merit Scholarship, deadline to apply is Dec. 12

 

Students must apply to KVCC first.

 

Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.5, and a minimum ACT composite score of 21 or a minimum new SAT composite score of 1060 to be eligible for consideration. Students who are selected will be awarded a $3,000 scholarship for their freshman year. Students can receive an additional award of $3,000 for their sophomore year based on criteria being met. Go the following link to access the application:

 

https://www.kvcc.edu/admissions/finaid/merit1920.pdf

 


 

College information

LMC

Scholarship application deadline is Dec. 15

 

Students must have already applied to LMC.

 

Presidential Scholarship: 3.75 HS GPA and 21 ACT or 1060 SAT; equal to the amount of ~$4,500.00/year.

 

Board of Trustees Scholarship: 3.25 HS GPA; equal to the amount of ~$2,000.00/year.

 

Winner’s Circle/LMC foundation Scholarship: 2.25 HS GPA and demonstrate financial need (cannot be eligible for full pell) ; equal to the amount of ~$500.00-$1,000/year.

 

Early College Scholarship: 3.0 HS GPA and 3.0 LMC GPA (with 3 or more credits taken at LMC as an early college student)

 

Go to the following website and sign in to apply: https://lakemichigancollege.academicworks.com/

 


 

Events

Haunted History

South Haven History Club Presents: Haunted History kickoff event in the spirit of Halloween.

 

Sunday the 28th from 6PM-7:30PM @ North Shore Elementary

 

6:00PM-6:30PM: Sign ups, welcome and overview, punch and desserts.

 

6:30PM-7:30PM Guest speakers: Paranormal Michigan Investigations

 

Flyers with more information posted in the Main Office

 

Interested in the History Club?----check out the History Club FB page or www.nhd.org. Or contact Mrs. Sheppard at jsheppard@shps.org for more information.

 


 

Events

You're never to old to dress up for halloween!!

Students and Teachers: Do you want to dress up for Halloween? For $1 you can wear your costume to school on Tuesday for Halloween. Key Club is raising money for UNICEF and help support their cause. Please remember that the dress code still applies and your face can not be covered. October 31 in the morning come to room B114 pay your dollar and receive a stamp to wear your costume


 

Students interested in bowling If you would like to be on the bowling team this winter season, please stop by the Athletic Office and see Mrs. Schrader or Mr. Verseput in regards to setting up times to practice with the coach before the season starts. She is meeting with students on Tuesdays and Thursdays.


 

Seniors

YEARBOOK SENIOR PICTURES DUE NOV. 16TH

 


 

CLUB MEETING

GSA meeting

The GSA will be holding a meeting to celebrate LGBTQIA+ history month on Thursday, October 25 starting immediately at the end of the school day and lasting until 3:00pm. GSA meetings are open to all students with open minds, no matter how you identify—straight and cis allies are welcome too! Bring a friend and enjoy some fun times!


 

Events

Choir Trip!

The high school choirs will be taking a trip to Chicago to see a professional production of Beauty and the Beast on Thursday, January 17, 2019. There are 50 student tickets available for the trip and spots will be reserved on a first come, first served basis for students who turn in a $50 deposit and a parent/guardian permission slip, due no later than Thursday, November 1, 2018. Spaces are open first to choir students, and then open to other high school students as availability allows. Please see Ms. Hillyard in the choir room for more information.


 

Kalamazoo Valley Community College Kalamazoo Valley Community College is coming to South Haven High School on Friday, October 26th. Stop by the Student Success Center today to sign-up!


 

Events

Anyone up for some bowling?

SEIU 517M of South Haven Public Schools presents

 

Blessings in a Backpack Fundraiser

 

November 2nd, 2018

 

6:00PM-8:00PM @ Lakeside Entertainment 09921 Blue Star Hwy.

 

Contact Michele in the HS kitchen for tickets or call 269-637-0595

 

Tickets

 

$10 Children

 

$12 Adults

 

Tickets includes 3 games of bowling. shoe rental, and pizza.

 


 

Wrestling conditioning If you are interested in going out for the wrestling team this winter season, they are starting conditioning on Tuesdays & Thursdays, October 23 - November 1st. Right after school, 2:30 - 4:00 in the wrestling room. Hope to see you there.


 

Girls basketball Attn Girls interested in girls basketball: There is NO open gym on Sunday the 28th!! Starting Monday the 29th, at 6:00 AM, there will be conditioning at Lincoln school, 6 - 7 AM. This will be on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.


 

Events

Project Pathways Business & Community Career Expo

The Project Pathways group is excited to have another year of career exploration opportunities!

 

All students are invited to explore career opportunities on Wednesday, Oct. 31 from 1:15-2:15 pm in the ILC. You must sign up in advance to attend. Sign up in the main office or in your RAM classes.

 

You'll have the opportunity to meet with business professionals, learn about what they do, ask questions, and find out if a career in business or government may be a good fit for you.

 

Students in all grade levels are welcome, especially those interested in business, entrepreneurship, sales, marketing, insurance, accounting, finance, legal field, politics and local government.

 


 

SHOUT OUTS

Congratulations to Jaqueline Cortes and Corrine Caponigro - Application Raffle Winners for last week!

 


 

Clubs

Join us!!

Looking to join another extracurricular activity that looks great on college applications, doesn't involve much effort, give back to the community and improves public speaking. Youth Advisory Committee is just for you. YAC is a group of South Haven Students with an interest in the future of our community. We fund grants that is submitted by nonprofits and teachers that will positively affect the lives of the youth in the community. Application process is very simple. Applications are in the office due November 2nd. This group meets once a month during Ram Hour.

 

If you have any questions feel free to email me at olivia.ellis@learn.shps.org

 


 

Girls basketball Attention all South Haven High school girls interested in playing basketball this Winter. The Season is quickly coming up as Tryouts will begin Monday, November 12th at 6pm in the HS Gym. To help prepare for this, Conditioning workouts will be starting Monday, Oct 29th at 6am in the Lincoln Elementary Gym. Conditioning Dates: Oct. 29th - Nov. 1st (Mon-Thur) 6AM-7AM Nov. 5th - Nov. 8th (Mon-Thur) 6AM-7AM Lincoln Elementary Gym Hope to see you there

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South Haven High School Bulletin for Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Events

Board of Education Awards Reschedule

Mark your calendars! Due to the superintendent search timeline, this year's Board of Education Awards have been moved to Tuesday, November 27th at 6:30 PM in Listiak Auditorium.These awards recognize students (10th - 12th grade) that have maintained a grade point average of 3.200 or above for the 2017-18 school year. Students being honored at the ceremony will receive an invitation by mail closer to the event!


 

Seniors

Senior Application Raffle

Seniors, as you complete your applications for schools, FAFSA, scholarships, or if you're working with a military recruiter - complete a pink raffle card in the SSC for a chance to win free stuff! The more applications you complete, the better your chances for winning! There will be weekly drawings all of October. Winners will be notified via email.


 

Seniors

SAT scores & Transcripts

Seniors, remember that every school to which you apply needs your high school transcript and SAT scores. You must send your transcript through your Parchment account, and your SAT scores through your College Board account. Go to the "apply to college" page on the SSC website for links and helpful information: http://shpscounseling.weebly.com/apply-to-college.html


 

Attention students

Free College Applications!

The following schools are waiving their application fees in October:

 

Baker College, use should see a "no code" message when applying in October

 

Eastern Michigan University, use this link to access it https://emich.tfaforms.net/217772

 

Saginaw Valley State University, use code “AMARMCAN"

 

Wayne State University, use code "MCAW2018"

 

Western Michigan University, Will waive the application fee for any students who attends an Open House event on campus and applies that day. This year’s Open House dates are 10/12, 10/27, and 11/2.

 


 

Winter sports Students interested in signing up for a winter sport, there are sign up sheets outside the athletic office.


 

Pictures

Picture Retake Day will be November 2nd

 


 

College information

KVCC

2019-2020 Merit Scholarship, deadline to apply is Dec. 12

 

Students must apply to KVCC first.

 

Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.5, and a minimum ACT composite score of 21 or a minimum new SAT composite score of 1060 to be eligible for consideration. Students who are selected will be awarded a $3,000 scholarship for their freshman year. Students can receive an additional award of $3,000 for their sophomore year based on criteria being met. Go the following link to access the application:

 

https://www.kvcc.edu/admissions/finaid/merit1920.pdf

 


 

College information

LMC

Scholarship application deadline is Dec. 15

 

Students must have already applied to LMC.

 

Presidential Scholarship: 3.75 HS GPA and 21 ACT or 1060 SAT; equal to the amount of ~$4,500.00/year.

 

Board of Trustees Scholarship: 3.25 HS GPA; equal to the amount of ~$2,000.00/year.

 

Winner’s Circle/LMC foundation Scholarship: 2.25 HS GPA and demonstrate financial need (cannot be eligible for full pell) ; equal to the amount of ~$500.00-$1,000/year.

 

Early College Scholarship: 3.0 HS GPA and 3.0 LMC GPA (with 3 or more credits taken at LMC as an early college student)

 

Go to the following website and sign in to apply: https://lakemichigancollege.academicworks.com/

 


 

Events

You're never to old to dress up for halloween!!

Students and Teachers: Do you want to dress up for Halloween? For $1 you can wear your costume to school on Tuesday for Halloween. Key Club is raising money for UNICEF and help support their cause. Please remember that the dress code still applies and your face can not be covered. October 31 in the morning come to room B114 pay your dollar and receive a stamp to wear your costume


 

Students interested in bowling If you would like to be on the bowling team this winter season, please stop by the Athletic Office and see Mrs. Schrader or Mr. Verseput in regards to setting up times to practice with the coach before the season starts. She is meeting with students on Tuesdays and Thursdays.


 

Seniors

YEARBOOK SENIOR PICTURES DUE NOV. 16TH

 


 

Events

Choir Trip!

The high school choirs will be taking a trip to Chicago to see a professional production of Beauty and the Beast on Thursday, January 17, 2019. There are 50 student tickets available for the trip and spots will be reserved on a first come, first served basis for students who turn in a $50 deposit and a parent/guardian permission slip, due no later than Thursday, November 1, 2018. Spaces are open first to choir students, and then open to other high school students as availability allows. Please see Ms. Hillyard in the choir room for more information.


 

Events

Anyone up for some bowling?

SEIU 517M of South Haven Public Schools presents

 

Blessings in a Backpack Fundraiser

 

November 2nd, 2018

 

6:00PM-8:00PM @ Lakeside Entertainment 09921 Blue Star Hwy.

 

Contact Michele in the HS kitchen for tickets or call 269-637-0595

 

Tickets

 

$10 Children

 

$12 Adults

 

Tickets includes 3 games of bowling. shoe rental, and pizza.

 


 

Wrestling conditioning If you are interested in going out for the wrestling team this winter season, they are starting conditioning on Tuesdays & Thursdays, October 23 - November 1st. Right after school, 2:30 - 4:00 in the wrestling room. Hope to see you there.


 

Events

Project Pathways Business & Community Career Expo

The Project Pathways group is excited to have another year of career exploration opportunities!

 

All students are invited to explore career opportunities on Wednesday, Oct. 31 from 1:15-2:15 pm in the ILC. You must sign up in advance to attend. Sign up in the main office or in your RAM classes.

 

You'll have the opportunity to meet with business professionals, learn about what they do, ask questions, and find out if a career in business or government may be a good fit for you.

 

Students in all grade levels are welcome, especially those interested in business, entrepreneurship, sales, marketing, insurance, accounting, finance, legal field, politics and local government.