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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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17 hour(s) ago
South Dearborn Community School Corporation and the Board of Trustees would like to officially welcome Krista Hensley as the new principal for Aurora Elementary School! Krista Hensley has lived in this community all of her life and was a graduate of South Dearborn High School. She received her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education in 2003 from Thomas More College, Master's Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment in 2008 from Walden University, and in 2020, compl...eted the Building Level Administrator License Program at Ball State University. She has been a loyal employee for South Dearborn Community School Corporation for twenty one years. For the first twelve years, she was a classroom teacher and has been a Title 1 Teacher for the past nine years. Regarding her new role, she says, โ€œI am honored to have the opportunity to be the next principal of Aurora Elementary School. I look forward to working with the teachers, students and parents.โ€

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22 hour(s) ago
Grace Quinlan, 2020 South Dearborn High School graduate, recently finished up her 2023-2024 Track & Field season at Indiana State University. This season was one for the record books as Quinlan earned an All-American honorable mention recognition in the high jump at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Fields National Championship Meet held at the famed Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. Quinlan placed 17th at Hayward Field by clearing 5-07.75 and 5-09.75 at the championships. Quinlan's 17...th place finish is the highest by an Indiana State University Sycamore women's jumper at the NCAA Outdoor National Championships since 2015. Quinlan also broke Indiana State Universityโ€™s school record in the high jump by clearing 5-11.25. Congratulations and great job on another successful season, Grace!

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2 day(s) ago
Manchester Elementary School offers a variety of after-school activities and clubs. During the 2023-2024 school year, one of our robotics teams won the Indiana State Championship and two robotics teams qualified for the Worldโ€™s Meet in Dallas! Our archery teams also qualified for Nationals again this year. The math team tied for second in the annual MATH Bowl, and the running club participated in the Dillsboro 5K race. ๐Ÿƒโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿƒโ€โ™€๏ธ Our students can also get involved in Volleyball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Track, Soccer, Swimming, Student Empowerment, Flag Corp, and Choir. These activities provide our students with diverse opportunities to excel and grow.

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2 day(s) ago
Manchester Elementary School offers a variety of after-school activities and clubs. During the 2023-2024 school year, one of our robotics teams won the Indiana State Championship and two robotics teams qualified for the Worldโ€™s Meet in Dallas! Our archery teams also qualified for Nationals again this year. The math team tied for second in the annual MATH Bowl, and the running club participated in the Dillsboro 5K race. ๐Ÿƒโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿƒโ€โ™€๏ธ Our students can also get involved in Volleyball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Track, Soccer, Swimming, Student Empowerment, Flag Corp, and Choir. These activities provide our students with diverse opportunities to excel and grow.

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4 day(s) ago
June 2024 Board Meeting

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5 day(s) ago
During the 2023 - 2024 school year, students at Dillsboro Elementary School participated in a relatively new athletic program: Archery. Students learned about all of the functional components of their bow, how to shoot arrows with their bow, and the best techniques to consistently hit their targets. The Dillsboro Elementary School archery team placed 9th overall in the State and finished in the top 50% at Nationals! ๐Ÿน

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5 day(s) ago
During the 2023 - 2024 school year, students at Dillsboro Elementary School participated in a relatively new athletic program: Archery. Students learned about all of the functional components of their bow, how to shoot arrows with their bow, and the best techniques to consistently hit their targets. The Dillsboro Elementary School archery team placed 9th overall in the State and finished in the top 50% at Nationals! ๐Ÿน

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10 day(s) ago
The South Dearborn High School baseball team is hosting a youth camp next week on June 17th and 18th. Students entering kindergarten through fourth grade will participate from 9:00 to 10:15am. Students entering fifth through eighth grade will participate from 10:30am to 12:00pm. The camp will be held at the SDHS Varsity Baseball Field. Registration is $30 and all participants will receive a baseball hat. To register, please visit the following link: https://gofan.co/event/1530471?schoolId=IN2150 For all questions, please email Coach Malott at jay.malott@sdcsc.k12.in.us Please inform the coaches of any medical issues that they need to be aware of.

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11 day(s) ago
The South Dearborn High School volleyball team is hosting a youth volleyball camp for students entering third through eighth grade in the SDHS gymnasium from Wednesday, June 12th through Friday, June 14th from 6:00 to 8:00pm. The registration fee is $35 and all participants will receive a t-shirt. To register, please visit the following link: https://gofan.co/event/1507182?schoolId=IN2150 For all questions, please reach out to Coach Rose at denise.rose@sdcsc.k12.in.us After registering, please inform the volleyball coaches of any medical issues that they need to be aware of.

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15 day(s) ago
SDHS alumnus, Colt Hummel, will be at the Aurora Public Library on Tuesday, June 11th at 6:00pm to talk about his experience working and living on Antarctica! Colt recently spent five months on the continent of Antarctica working for the United States Antarctic Program as a Communications Technician. This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity proved to be an amazing experience for Colt. Come to the Aurora Public Library this Tuesday to discover more about his unforgettable adventure in Antarctica!

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17 day(s) ago
Congratulations to SDHS class of 2022 graduate, Corbin McHenry, on winning the "Kubota High Limit Racing and Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg - IMPACT SPORTS PURE STOCKS" Feature Race this past Friday, May 31st at the Lawrenceburg Speedway! Corbin started racing pure stock cars just last year and has continued to put in the hard work to become a successful racer. Corbin's dad, Shane McHenry, used to race on the same Lawrenceburg Speedway track, which sparked Corbin's interest to start racing himself. Good luck on the rest of your racing season Corbin! ๐ŸŽ๏ธ

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19 day(s) ago
The South Dearborn High School and the South Dearborn Middle School volleyball teams will begin hosting their summer open gym sessions today and throughout the month of June. Open gyms will take place in the SDHS gym and any incoming high school or middle school volleyball players interested in trying out for the 2024 season are welcome to participate. Students need to have an updated sports physical on file. ๐Ÿ For incoming SDMS volleyball players, your open gym sessions are on Mondays AND Thursdays from 4:00 to 6:00pm. ๐Ÿ For Incoming SDHS volleyball players, your open gym sessions are on Mondays THROUGH Thursdays from 6:00 to 8:00pm. ๐Ÿ‹๏ธโ€โ™€๏ธ The weights in the gym will be available for SDHS volleyball players only on Wednesdays from 5:00 to 6:00pm. For any questions or for more information, please reach out to Coach Rose at denise.rose@sdcsc.k12.in.us or (812) 290-1070. Coach Rose will also help players and parents connect to the communications app for their volleyball team to remain up to date on summer open gyms, volleyball camps, moratorium week, and more.

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24 day(s) ago
Before the end of the school year Dillsboro Elementary School students in Mrs. White's kindergarten class enjoyed their learning centers by exploring, building, and imagining together. Each learning center provided an opportunity for students to work independently or together to complete tasks. They were hands-on experiences that helped these young students be active participants in their learning.

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25 day(s) ago
South Dearborn Middle School students in Mr. Higgin's American History class learned about the Reconstruction era. This time period took place in the decade following the end of the American Civil War. The era is most notable for the passage of the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments to the US Constitution, the rise of sharecropping among emancipated slaves, and the enactment of "Jim Crow" laws throughout the South.

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26 day(s) ago
Aurora Elementary School students in Ms. Cady's class completed their โ€œDig In" STEM project. Students learned about archaeologists and paleontologists before going on their own fossil hunt around the school. Additionally, students had to make a tool that an archaeologist or paleontologist could use to dig up artifacts or fossils. Students designed prototypes and tested their initial tool designs to see which could hold the most dirt with one scoop. After testing, the students iterated on their designs to make better prototypes based on what they learned from their first model's test. Great job students on all your prototypes!

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27 day(s) ago
Students at Manchester Elementary School in Ms. Warren's class enjoyed reading new novels. They read books from the "My Weird School" series, written by Dan Gutman. When they finished their book, they created their favorite character using clay and fabric from their STEM lab. They placed their character in their favorite scene from the book and proudly displayed it for their classmates to admire.

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28 day(s) ago
South Dearborn High School students in Mrs. Smith's biology class dove into the fascinating world of ecological interactions through role playing. By role playing different types of species, students were able to explore the various ways in which organisms interact and influence one another's survival, reproduction, and distribution across geography. Each student had to identify what type of ecological relationship occurred during each round of the lab based on the instruction cards provided. Afterwards, students used the information in the lab and applied it to real world scenarios.

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29 day(s) ago
Dillsboro Elementary School first grade students in Ms. Weinbender's class got the opportunity to explore light and sound. Students learned that both light and sound travel in waves and that these waves can be reflected and refracted. Students conducted experiments to test and observe how light and sound travel differently through different materials. For light, students made use of flashlights and mirrors to observe how light can travel and be reflected onto different surfaces like the ceiling. For sound, the students used cups and string to send vibrations back and forth, and the students also used tuning forks to both see and hear how its vibrations can affect nearby objects. Students had a blast discovering how our brains sense and process light and sound!

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