May your Thanksgiving be full of peace, love, and joy!
5 days ago, Jake Wiese
SSC will operate on two hour delay today, Thursday, November 17th.
12 days ago, Jake Wiese
Lost and Found! There is a table outside the office with lots of found items. Please check the table if you are missing something. The unclaimed items will be donated next week.
13 days ago, Greg Allen
Josten's will be here tomorrow during lunch and from 4:30 - 6:00 PM for ordering for both Seniors and Freshmen. Door 5 will be open for parents and students from 4:30 - 6:00 PM.
13 days ago, Greg Allen
With all our heart, we thank our military members on the occasion of Veterans Day. We know that we are safe because you are there for us. Happy Veterans Day.
18 days ago, Jake Wiese
veterans day
REMINDER: Today is an early release day for Teacher Professional Development. The elementary will dismiss at 2:00 and the Middle/High School at 2:15. Thank you.
18 days ago, Jake Wiese
Due to staff absences, Latchkey after school care will be cancelled for today. We apologize for this inconvenience.
20 days ago, Jake Wiese
SSC invites all veterans and their guests to our Veterans' Day program on Friday, November 11. Please join us at 9:00 a.m. in the Elementary gym as we honor your dedication and service. You may enter at door #4. We look forward to honoring and celebrating with you. #sscraiders
21 days ago, Jake Wiese
Teachers are starting today’s Professional Development on a positive note! #sscraiders
about 1 month ago, Jake Wiese
tell me something good
Don't forget that Seniors need not come to school tomorrow. Seniors should visit a college, eLearn from home, participate in community service, or job shadow. All Career Center Seniors should still report to New Castle or Anderson.
about 1 month ago, Greg Allen
SHS NEWS: On Tuesday, October 25, 2022, all 9th, 10th and 11th grade students will be participating in PSAT testing. The testing will take place in the morning and students will need to be at school on time on Tuesday. Seniors will not be testing and most of our staff will be needed to assist in the testing process. All Seniors are encouraged to use October 25th as a college visit day, job shadow day, or will be asked to eLearn from home on this date. Seniors will be given more details here at school. Please contact our office if you have additional questions.
about 1 month ago, Greg Allen
Students in grades PK-5 are welcome to trick-or-treat with their favorite SHS athletic teams and clubs. There will be games, candy, prizes, as well as an optional 'haunted hallway' for those interested in a scare. Pumpkins will be given to the first 50 students in attendance!
about 1 month ago, Jake Wiese
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, October 18, 2022 Applications are Open for Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship Students have until January 31 to apply for renewable $7,500 scholarship (INDIANAPOLIS) – The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is currently accepting applications for the Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship, which provides up to $30,000 in financial aid to aspiring teachers. Top-performing high school and college students who are planning to teach in the State of Indiana for at least five years can receive up to $7,500 per year of college (up to $30,000 total) from the scholarship. Interested students are encouraged to act quickly as there are only 200 scholarships available. Students should apply by Jan. 31, 2023, at “Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship recipients and applicants are some of Indiana’s best and brightest aspiring teachers,” said Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Chris Lowery. “Students thrive with motivated, high-quality educators in the classroom who instill the importance of learning. This scholarship is not only designed to attract future educators with those attributes but also retain valuable talent within our state.” Romelia Neace Entering its seventh year, the scholarship is making a difference in building Indiana’s teacher pipeline. Nearly 90 percent of Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship recipients from the inaugural 2017 cohort are either continuing their education or are already in the classroom actively making an impact on Hoosier students. Romeila Neace, a recent graduate and 21st Century Scholar from Scottsburg Senior High School, in Scottsburg, Indiana, is one of the 2022-23 scholarship recipients. Neace is currently attending Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis where she’s pursuing a major in elementary education with a concentration in math. “The Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship made it possible for me to pursue my dreams of becoming an educator without financial burden, allowing me to genuinely enjoy obtaining an education,” said Neace. “In simple terms, I am an educator, but in other terms, I am a lifelong learner who wants to bring joy back into learning and show kids that they can do anything they put their minds to.” To qualify for the scholarship, students must meet one of the following academic requirements: Rank in the top 20% of their high school graduating class Have a top 20th percentile score on the ACT (26) or SAT (1130) Have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale To continue earning the scholarship while in college, students must annually file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), earn at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA and complete at least 30 credit hours per year. Additionally, current college students who apply must be able to use the scholarship for at least two full academic years. The Commission will review all applications and notify applicants of their scholarship status via email by March 24, 2023. Last year, a total of 627 students applied, with applications from 304 high schools in 88 of Indiana’s 92 counties. Over three-quarters of applicants were Indiana high school seniors with the remainder comprised of current college students. Visit for more information on how to apply and follow #NextTeacher on social media. Questions may be directed to For questions about state financial aid, students can contact the Indiana Commission for Higher Education by phone at 888-528-4719 or via email at ### About the Indiana Commission for Higher Education Created in 1971, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education plans, coordinates and defines Indiana’s postsecondary education system to align higher learning with the needs of students and the state. The Commission also administers Indiana’s financial aid programs, including the 21st Century Scholars early college promise scholarship, which celebrated 30 years in 2020. Learn more about the Commission’s Reaching Higher in a State of Change strategic plan at MEDIA CONTACT: Allison Kuehr 317.232.1016
about 1 month ago, Greg Allen
Have a wonderful fall break! We will see you back on Monday, October 17th. #sscraiders
about 2 months ago, Jake Wiese
fall break
Community Wide Coat Drive - October 8th
about 2 months ago, Jake Wiese
Coat Drive
Due to Staff Absences, students staying for Latchkey will need to be picked up as soon as possible after school today, Tues, Oct. 5th. There will be no Latchkey tomorrow and Friday. The program will resume normal operation on Mon, Oct 17th. We apologize for this inconvenience.
about 2 months ago, Jake Wiese
Information from Dr. Barrentine regarding Teacher Professional Development. #sscraiders
about 2 months ago, Jake Wiese
early release
Shenandoah High School has changed our weighted grading policy through school board action. Please click the link to read the letter detailing the changes. Thank you! Greg Allen
2 months ago, Greg Allen
Shenandoah middle school is looking for6th and 7th grade girls basketball coaches. Contact Mr. Salkoski if you are interested - #sscraiders
2 months ago, Jake Wiese
coaching positions
We're Hiring! #sscraiders
2 months ago, Jake Wiese
Bus Drivers