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A lot of activity continues on the main campus Progress: -Tennis Courts nearing completion with an all new look-Stage floor getting final coats of paint-Steel beams, roofing and brick laying taking place on Fine Arts addition-Ground has been broken for greenhouse -Restroom/Changing room makeover in Fine Arts area continues You can view an on-going archive of photos fr...
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June starts with a lot of activity

June has started with a lot of activity.  Paving, pool and auditorium demolition, main gym work, track and tennis resurfacing, etc.  The campus is tacking on a construction zone theme but so far everyone has cooperated and activities have ran smoothly. Progress: -Paving-Pool, auditorium, track, gym demolition-Tennis resurfacing You can view an on-going archive of...
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Steady Progress During May

Construction move forward steadily during the month of May.  Beginning June 1 the pool and auditorium will begin with demolition work.  Following the SDHS graduation black top begins on campus with various phases taking place through the month of June.  The work in the main gym begins June 7.  Track and tennis court begins in June along with constructio...
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Construction Progress!

Construction progress continues on a number of areas. Progress: -High School chillers close to completion-Access Road sees a lot of dirt being moved-Work started on new parking area by soccer field-Fine Arts addition is progressing nicely You can view an on-going archive of photos from this project in the Photo Archive.
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Breaking Ground

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Our construction project is finally started. You can view an on-going archive of photos from this project in the Photo Archive
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Open Swim Update

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Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the high school pool will not be open to the public.  Therefore we will not be holding open swim until further notice.

Thank you,
Kristina Barrott
SDCSC Aquatics Director
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This is a reminder that Wednesday, September 15, 2021 is a scheduled eLearning Day for South Dearborn Community Schools.

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This is a reminder that Wednesday, September 15, 2021 is a scheduled eLearning Day for South Dearborn Community Schools. pic.twitter.com/D3NnN4K7Rj

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3 day(s) ago
This is a reminder that Wednesday, September 15, 2021 is a scheduled eLearning Day for South Dearborn Community Schools.

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4 day(s) ago
Mrs. Fran's kindergarten class recently painted leaves in their library STEM class.

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Mrs. Fran's kindergarten class recently painted leaves in their library STEM class. pic.twitter.com/ziPcuWGWeP

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4 day(s) ago
Mrs. Fran's kindergarten class recently painted leaves in their library STEM class.

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4 day(s) ago
Mrs. Litchfield's 5th grade art class participated in a Random Act of Kindness project last week. The students worked together to create no-sew blankets for the dogs and cats at our local animal shelter. The blankets were dropped off at PAWS last weekend.

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Mrs. Litchfield's 5th grade art class participated in a Random Act of Kindness project last week. The students worked together to create no-sew blankets for the dogs and cats at our local animal shelter. The blankets were dropped off at PAWS last weekend. pic.twitter.com/5yQty6pJW2

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7 day(s) ago
Aurora Elementary School 5th grade students heard about local Marine, Kelsee Lainhart. They decided to make cards for her to help cheer her up during this time. The students wanted to let her know that they are all cheering for her!

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7 day(s) ago
Aurora Elementary School 5th grade students heard about local Marine, Kelsee Lainhart. They decided to make cards for her to help cheer her up during this time. The students wanted to let her know that they are all cheering for her! pic.twitter.com/D8LESPEPAJ

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7 day(s) ago
Aurora Elementary School 5th grade students heard about local Marine, Kelsee Lainhart. They decided to make cards for her to help cheer her up during this time. The students wanted to let her know that they are all cheering for her!

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8 day(s) ago
Aurora Elementary School 5th graders completed a math camping project last week. They planned their own camping trip for their class by using computation and budgeting for the number of students in their class. To end the week, they had a camping day! Students played flashlight multiplication tag, went on a nature walk, worked on camping challenges using mental math, and ended the day with a STEM project. The students had to design a boat that would hold rocks without sinking. When everyone finished, they went outside to test them.

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10 day(s) ago
Our garden at Aurora Elementary School has a lot of new friends. We are about to have many new monarch caterpillars hatching! In the fall, Generations 3 and 4 of these caterpillars hatch and begin their journey by becoming a butterfly and migrating across the continent.

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10 day(s) ago
Our garden at Aurora Elementary School has a lot of new friends. We are about to have many new monarch caterpillars hatching! In the fall, Generations 3 and 4 of these caterpillars hatch and begin their journey by becoming a butterfly and migrating across the continent. pic.twitter.com/RPNtHo6xbR

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10 day(s) ago
Our garden at Aurora Elementary School has a lot of new friends. We are about to have many new monarch caterpillars hatching! In the fall, Generations 3 and 4 of these caterpillars hatch and begin their journey by becoming a butterfly and migrating across the continent.

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11 day(s) ago
Teachers from Aurora Elementary and Dillsboro Elementary Schools have been participating in Project Lead the Way Launch training with lead teachers Sonya Gabbard and Shannon Gabbard. They have been taking the role of the student as they explore several of the modules available through this course.

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15 day(s) ago
After hearing "The Ninjabread Man" by C. J. Leigh, Mrs. Conner's kindergarten class at Aurora Elementary School built items to help the ninjabread man escape the wolf. They built fences, bridges, and all sorts of things. They are a very creative class!

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18 day(s) ago
The sixth-grade students in Sonya Gabbard's class have been learning about paleontology and fossils. They have been examining how ecosystems and climates have changed over time and are using this information to begin looking at the role of archaeologists, and their work with studying past civilizations. To kick off their exploration into discoveries of past civilizations and mummies, the archaeologist from the Archaeological Research Institute (ARI) in Lawrenceburg came to speak to the students about their work. Students received a first-hand account of the role that this group is providing to our community. The ARI has several opportunities for families and students to join them as they uncover the past in our area. You can check these out on their website https://exploreari.org/

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