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1 day(s) ago
South Dearborn Middle School students in Mrs. Truitt's seventh and eighth grade science classes learned about the total solar eclipse through an interactive assignment designed like an escape room. Escape rooms are rooms filled with problem solving activities that need to be completed in a specific order to accomplish "escaping" the room. Students were tasked with solving puzzles as the classroom began to gradually darken, lower in temperature, and nocturnal creature sounds intensified. The goal was to solve the puzzles prior to complete darkness ascending, similar to the solar eclipse.

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1 day(s) ago
South Dearborn Middle School students in Mrs. Truitt's seventh and eighth grade science classes learned about the total solar eclipse through an interactive assignment designed like an escape room. Escape rooms are rooms filled with problem solving activities that need to be completed in a specific order to accomplish "escaping" the room. Students were tasked with solving puzzles as the classroom began to gradually darken, lower in temperature, and nocturnal creature sounds intensified. The goal was to solve the puzzles prior to complete darkness ascending, similar to the solar eclipse.

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2 day(s) ago
April 2024 Board Meeting

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2 day(s) ago
Manchester Elementary School first grade students in Mrs. Metz's classroom improved their literacy skills through their various reading center activities. Students focused on reading words that are not easily sounded out, like "which" and "why." They also received individualized literacy training through readingeggs.com. Working in reading centers helps students continue to grow their reading abilities.

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2 day(s) ago
Manchester Elementary School first grade students in Mrs. Metz's classroom improved their literacy skills through their various reading center activities. Students focused on reading words that are not easily sounded out, like "which" and "why." They also received individualized literacy training through readingeggs.com. Working in reading centers helps students continue to grow their reading abilities.

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6 day(s) ago
Students at Aurora Elementary School learned about water pollution through the story of Freddy the Fish. Stephanie Hofffmeier from the Recycle Center was a partner with Mr. Dan Rogers and the students. Thank you Stephanie

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6 day(s) ago
Students in Mrs. Hartle's art class at South Dearborn High School expressed their own personal creativity while each student painted on a unique ceiling tile that will be placed in various high school classrooms.

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6 day(s) ago
Students in Mrs. Hartle's art class at South Dearborn High School expressed their own personal creativity while each student painted on a unique ceiling tile that will be placed in various high school classrooms.

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7 day(s) ago
Manchester Elementary School students in Mrs. Teke's kindergarten class took a "brain break" from testing. A brain break reduces the mental load a student is carrying to help them reset their mind and body. During the brain break, students were asked to draw and color what they would do on a rainy day. Drawing and coloring is a great way for their brains to relax before they resume testing.

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7 day(s) ago
Dillsboro Elementary School's Math Club claimed first place in the state's 2024 M.A.T.H. Bowl competition on April 9th, hosted by Dillsboro Elementary School. The Dillsboro team was made up of twelve dedicated fifth and sixth grade mathletes. The team competed against five other regional teams throughout four intense rounds of eight challenging math questions each round. The questions were of varying degrees of difficulty, and students were given 30, 45, or 60 seconds to answer. Dillsboro students took top honors answering 24 of the 32 questions correctly. Dillsboro Elementary School's win rendered the school's team as the 2024 M.A.T.H. Bowl State Champions in the Green Class. Pictured: Front Row: Ella Reynolds, Bradley Dick, Callan Rollins, Ilo Butusov Middle Row: Kyle Miller (Principal), Ryan Miller, Graison Placke, Elijah Botuchis, Ivan Miller Back Row: Carl Lee (Coach & Math Teacher), Emma Palmer, Myah Bailey, Parker Crabtree, Kameron Hicks, Janet Ingle (Coach & Math Teacher)

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8 day(s) ago
Aurora Elementary School students in Mrs. Bartholomew's class learned how to count through a colorful fishbowl activity. Students colored and cut out fish to place in the fishbowls they also colored. Once assembled, the students were tasked with filling in the blanks on a given equation which involved adding up the number of red and blue fish they had.

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9 day(s) ago
South Dearborn High School students in Mrs. Johnson's plant and soil class built two mini tunnel trellises for their luffa gourds to grow on. Tunnel trellises support climbing plants such as snap peas, gourds, or cucumbers. The students look forward to observing their planted luffa gourds grow with the help of the trellises they built. They also recently assembled and painted Easter-themed planters for the other plants they have been growing.

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10 day(s) ago
Seventh and eighth grade students at South Dearborn Middle School learned how aerospace engineers construct and utilize satellites for communication, weather, and military maneuvers. Students were then grouped together in teams to design, build, and present how their satellite works. Students also researched the total solar eclipse, its projected path, and how to safely view Monday's eclipse. Thanks to NASA, students were given approved eclipse viewing glasses for their completion of their satellite assignment.

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11 day(s) ago
South Dearborn Middle School eighth grade students in the Project Lead The Way medical detective class completed their projects by recording themselves role playing as news reporters informing the community of the food poisoning outbreak scenario they had been modeling. The scenario presented to the students involved multiple cases of food poisoning in the local community. Students worked in teams to conduct interviews, determine incident rates, and conduct toxin tests to narrow down the source of the food poison outbreaks.

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13 day(s) ago
South Dearborn Community School Corporation will have an eLearning Day on Monday, April 8th! For more information, please visit https://www.sdcsc.k12.in.us/students-parents/elearning. Please be safe and use the correct eye protection when enjoying the total solar eclipse on Monday!

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14 day(s) ago
We are looking for someone to join our Dillsboro Elementary School cafeteria staff for a daily 3-hour position. To apply, please visit our website at https://www.sdcsc.k12.in.us/.

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15 day(s) ago
South Dearborn High School juniors and seniors witnessed a "mock disaster" organized by our Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club and local law enforcement. This scenario training is designed to help encourage students to make responsible decisions during prom night by walking through the perilous outcomes of poor choices.

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16 day(s) ago
South Dearborn Community School Corporation will be dismissing all schools beginning at 12:30pm at AES, SDMS, and SDHS. Bus dismissal from MES and DES will begin at 1:00pm and those being picked up from MES and DES will be dismissed at 12:45pm. Please contact your student’s school with any questions.

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