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Students of the month

Students of the Month for February:


sitting in the front (left to right)     Luna Rodriguez and Andrew Cook
2nd row (left to right)    Shalice McClendon and Laura Alvarez
back row (left to right)    Toby Reliford, Isaac Henry and Clayton Hendershot

The criteria is as follows:
1.    No referrals for any reason for the entire year
2.    Academic fortitude or improvement displayed in all classes
3.     Positive attitude exhibited in all classes
4.    2.0 average or higher
5.    No tardy hall for the month of February




Students of the Month for January:





Front row (left to right): Chase Hamilton and Caleb Mumford 

Back row (left to right) Hanna Morgan, Summer Andrews, Skylar Redish,
Hayley McClain, Logan Daniels and Jared Wainwright

Seven students received a $25 gift card sponsored by the Campus Beautification Project 
and one student received a $25 gift card from Zaxby's.

Announcements
  • NJROTC

    SHS NJROTC cadets aboard the USS Yorktown Charleston, SC  February 12, 2016

PERFECT ATTENDANCE


In efforts to show appreciation to those who achieved perfect attendance, each student received an ice cream voucher for the SHS cafeteria, ten student names were drawn to receive a $25 gift certificate sponsored by the Campus Beautification Project, ten student names were drawn to receive ice cream vouchers  from the Busy Bee on US 129 and one student name was drawn to receive a Zaxby's gift card. 
There were a total of seventy-six students with perfect attendance for the second nine weeks period.


shs and the youth advisory council celebrates first responders appreciation day





In honor of National First Responders Appreciation Day, the Youth Advisory Council held a luncheon at Suwannee High School for the community’s first responders.  The Youth Advisory Council served twenty-eight of the community’s service men and women.  In attendance were members of the Suwannee County Sheriffs’ Department, the City of Live Oak Police Department, the Suwannee County Fire and Rescue, and the City of Live Oak Fire Department.  As the service individuals feasted on Nettle’s Sausage, they were entertained by Jake Stuckey and
Dillon Harrell two of Suwannee High’s talented students. 
Following the meal, various Youth Advisory Members addressed the service individuals, thanking them for their commitment to the community.  One student expressed her deepest thanks, that in just days prior to the event, her grandmother’s life was saved by the efforts of service individuals responding to her family’s emergency call. 
The Youth Advisory Council wants to thank the men and women who strive to protect and serve our community.  Your time, energy, and sacrifices afford others a better quality of life.  First responders not only protect or aid residents in times of emergency, but through their community mindedness provide educational services, such as fire safety classes to youth.  The first responder’s impact is also seen through various benevolent programs such as Toys for Sparky Kids, and other community outreach programs.
Mary Mims


I want to say on the behalf of all of the First Responders that showed up today as well as the ones that were unable to make it, Thanks we enjoyed our time today together. I spoke with several of the individuals that showed up and they were grateful to be shown such great support from everyone. Thanks to the Youth Advisor Council for today.
Cory Horne

The first week of the New Year, January 4-8, is First Responder Appreciation Week in Florida.  The Governor has encouraged all Floridians, including our teachers and students, to set aside time to thank the brave men and women who serve our state as first responders. The Youth Advisory Council of Suwannee High School elected to serve lunch to the police, sheriff, fire and EMT responders on today.  The Youth Advisory Council, as well as, the entire faculty, staff and students at SHS say thank you to the first responders for their hard work and dedication to our community.
Gary Caldwell


TOP DOGS FOR suwannee high school

Top Dogs for December
L to R:  Front Row:  Cassidy Monroe, Emelia Rodriguez, and Angel Peiffer
L to R:  Back Row:  Jake Stuckey, Elvis Quiterio Ramirez, and Timmy Choe
Not pictured:  John Paul Carter and Sydney McWaters





Top Dogs for November
L to R:  Chloe Verdegam, Emilee Cannon, Ronald Layton, Tyrik Dominigue,
Steven Roddenberry, Dillon Mosely and Sierra Thompson
Around Campus
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FYI!:




  •   EARN YOUR GED IN SPANISH TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS FROM 6-8 PM AT SHS. CLASSES ARE UNDERWAY. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT ALEX GONZALEZ AT 386-209-1984.

APRENDA LO NECESARIO PARA GANAR UN DIPLOMA, EN ESPANOL, LOS MARTES Y JUEVES 6-8 PM EN SHS. PARA MAS INFORMACION LLAME A ALEX GONZALEZ 386-209-1984.



 




High Online Classes



If you have successfully completed an
Edgenuity VIRTUAL course (not a blended course)
and want to take another Edgenuity VIRTUAL
course, please request the course by clicking
on the link below.  You will need your
Edgenuity SIS Login and Password.  


Click here to register for ANOTHER Edgenuity class






ATTENTION SUWANNEE BULLDOG FANS!
Show you support for the Suwannee Bulldogs by joining the Quarterback Club!  By supporting the Bulldogs Football Program you are actually helping to support all 14 sports and 29 teams at Suwannee High School!  Funds raised by the Quarterback Club support the Football Program, which allows Athletic Department funds to support the other athletic programs.
Membership levels begin at ONLY $100.
Call Jim Daniels for more information at 386-362-8117

What Parents Need to Know about EV-D68


 
Washing hands correctly —using soap and water and washing for at least 20 seconds...
is the most important thing you can do to stay healthy.

As you are likely aware, the United States has been experiencing a nationwide outbreak of Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) associated with severe respiratory illness that has been especially harmful to children.
Almost all of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-confirmed cases this year of EV-D68 infection have been among children.  Many of the children had asthma or a history of wheezing.  Many parents continue to be worried about the outbreak and want information about what they can do to prevent illness and protect themselves and their families.   

Click Here to download the Parent Fact Sheet
This link contains information about transmission, symptoms, treatment and ways to help protect your family from EV-D68.
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senior announcement
Click the link below for 2016 Senior Activities:

Bullying is Not Welcome @ SHS

Bullying will not be tolerated in Suwannee County Schools.  It's important that all students have a safe learning environment and therefore, there are several methods for reporting suspected bullying incidents: 

 

  •       You can contact a school by phone and report it to school personnel
  •       You can make a report in person
  •       You can submit an Online Bullying Report here
Click here for the Voluntary Student Insurance Forms 

Forms may also be picked up in the main office

Student Insurance

Voluntary Student Accident Insurance is available for a one time annual price of $12.00.
To get more information visit https://www.schoolinsuranceagency.com.
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Math Tutoring

Math Lab available for extra help on:
      
        Monday and Thursday 3:00 - 4:00 pm  Rm. 19  (Mrs. Brown-Thomas)
        Tuesday and Wednesday, 3:00 - 4:00 pm   Rm 342  (Mr. Sellers)

Mission Statement

Suwannee High School will provide a safe, harmonious learning environment that creates positive interactions among teachers, students, and community while promoting optimal skill development, leading to success for all.

We Believe:

1.  All students can learn and have the potential to 
     achieve and succeed
2.  A safe and physically comfortable environment
     promotes learning
3.  Students learn best when actively engaged in the
     learning process
4.  Teachers, parents, students. and community share the 
     responsibility for the support of the school's mission
5.  Each student is a valued individual with unique physical,
     social, emotional. and intellectual needs who deserves 
     instructional  practices which incorporate challenging
     learning activities that take into account differences in
     learning styles

Vision Statement

Suwannee High School will meet the highest academic and social standards as set by the State of Florida and the federal government.


Testing Resources for parents. Click the logo above.