Due to forecasted severe weather and the uncertainty of its time of arrival, the South Henry School Corporation will have an eLearning Day tomorrow, Wednesday, February 2nd, 2022. Decisions about Thursday and Friday will be made as soon as possible once the weather arrives and conditions are known. Go Titans!
Due to forecasted sub zero temperatures, the South Henry School Corporation will operate on a 2 HOUR DELAY tomorrow, Wednesday, January 26th.
SOUTH HENRY JOB POSTING Temporary Part-Time Nurse Aide 3 Days/week during school hours $15/Hr. The South Henry School Corporation is seeking hard-working, detail-oriented, friendly, and self-starting individuals to join our family. Medical experience preferred but not necessary. TO APPLY, submit the following by email to firstname.lastname@example.org: 1) Letter of Interest, 2) Resume, and 3) Non-Certified Application (found at www.shenry.k12.in.us under “Employment”). GO TITANS!
At the South Henry School Corporation, the safety of our students, families, and staff are of utmost importance. For this reason, we take severe weather very seriously. Making the call to delay or cancel school can be tricky and often times, it’s difficult to please everyone. Conditions can change by the minute and deadlines loom large. We hope this document outlining our steps might help the South Henry family better understand our decision-making process.
Recently, Tri Jr./Sr. High School has seen a rapid increase in illness among its student body. Many students have experienced flu-like symptoms including fever, cough, and fatigue. We have received confirmation that several of these students have tested positive for influenza, not COVID-19. Currently, the South Henry School Corporation has only one confirmed COVID-19 case among its population. At the recommendation of the Henry County Health Department, the Jr./Sr. High School building will close tomorrow, Friday, December 10th to be deep cleaned and sanitized. Jr./Sr. High School students will participate in an eLearning Day and should be prepared to attend class online via their devices. Per New Castle Area Career Center policy, Career Center students will also be virtual. Career Center students should contact their instructors for virtual work. Extracurricular activities will continue as previously scheduled. Tri Elementary School has seen far less illness and will be open as normal for in-person instruction. As a reminder, students should always be monitored for symptoms as noted by the CDC. If your child is in any way symptomatic, please keep them home from school and contact our school offices. Thank you for your flexibility and understanding as we take steps to keep the South Henry family safe and healthy. Mr. Duncan
Do you know someone who is interested in earning some extra money while making a difference in the lives of kids? Maybe it's you! The South Henry School Corporation is in desperate need of substitute teachers. Go to www.ess.com and search for the South Henry School Corporation to apply today. Go Titans!
Titan families...we sent a message previously and we still need your help! The state of Indiana is requiring that all school corporations collect proof of residency for its students. Please click on the link below to see how you can submit your proof of residency for your family. If you have already provided this, thank you! If you have not, we appreciate your help in doing so soon. Go Titans! https://www.shenry.k12.in.us/Page/1599
We are incredibly proud to recognize these six amazing seniors who are part of the first American Sign Language National Honor Society in school history. One of only two active ASL Honor Society groups in Indiana, these students have worked tirelessly to earn this distinction. Also, thank you to Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Claar for helping to set South Henry apart and for providing such an amazing opportunity for our students.
Check it out! Our amazing elementary principal was recently nominated for the Amplify Science of Reading STAR Award. This prestigious award honors a superstar educator who has driven demonstrable and lasting change with the Science of Reading in their classroom, school, and district. We are thankful for Mrs. Alcorn's leadership in establishing strong literacy instruction in our primary grades. Well done!