South Dearborn Middle School students in the Computer Science and App Creator courses recently worked on Thanksgiving themed STEM activities. Students created turkeys using Squishy circuits. They also worked on disguising their turkey to save it from Thanksgiving Dinner.
South Dearborn Middle School students in the Computer Science and App Creator courses recently worked on Thanksgiving themed STEM activities. Students created turkeys using Squishy circuits. They also worked on disguising their turkey to save it from Thanksgiving Dinner. pic.twitter.com/jqmTW5cv8a
South Dearborn High School FFA is currently holding their annual Fruit & Jelly Sale! Students are selling these items to help pay for transportation to events, contest fees, awards, banquet, and community service activities. SDHS FFA strives to provide more opportunities for our members to develop their leadership potential, personal growth, and career success. We appreciate your support! Orders are due by November 21st, and orders will be delivered in the first part of Dece...mber. Order Online: bit.ly/sdhsffa
Opening Knight received Division Grand Champion, Overall Show Concept, and Nightime Finalist at the ADA Music Feast last week! Our very own Jake Britton was even named Outstanding Performer. Opening Knight also placed second out of eleven show choir bands in the competition. Great job, OKSC!
Students in 7th grade Computer Science have been designing "Smart Clothing.” Students designed, planned, and built an article of clothing that contained technology that could be used in the health, manufacturing, or physical fitness field. These students designed a shoe that would keep them safe at night. The shoes would also be a fitness tracker.
South Dearborn Middle School Showcase recently performed at the Aurora Farmer’s Fair and received positive reviews and great applause. Showcase is the Award-Winning show choir at SDMS. Auditions are held each spring and will be open for any soon to be 7th and 8th grade student. This year Showcase will compete at numerous competitions and will travel to Kentucky Kingdom in Louisville in May to compete at the Music in the Parks contest. This year’s group of students have been very hardworking and will have much success throughout the competition season.
7th and 8th grade students in Miss Gabbard's class are working toward becoming a partner of the E-Nable The Future program to supply 3D printed prosthetics to children in need. Students experienced the difficulty in using these prosthetics by creating and practicing with a robotic hand. Their design had to be able to successfully pick-up a ping pong ball from a flat surface. Their designs simulated the use of a prosthetic device using a child's wrist motion. What an amazing way to empathize with children with limb differences as well as work toward a real word solution!
South Dearborn Community School Corporation is glad to announce a second day of preventative cardiac screening opportunities for our students aged 12 to 22! To register, simply visit https://mcorefoundation.org/scheduler_schedule/?event=1221 and pay the $15 per student fee. Please see the attached flyer for additional information.