4 months ago, Kyle Ladd
FFA jackets have arrived for our newest members at SHS!
4 months ago, Amy Skinner
SHS - FFA Members new jackets
Congratulations to the October T.O.P. (Treating Others Politely) students of the month: 4th- Abel W., 5th- Roz Y., 6th- Amelia B., 7th- Gabriella V., & 8th- Madisyn M.
4 months ago, Russell Tomblin
Oct. 2022 TOPS
Shelbyville High School students had the pleasure of meeting Pro Athlete Tom Gillis. As a professional snowboarder, Tom learned several life lessons which he shared with our students. “You aren’t born a winner. You aren’t born a loser. But you are born a chooser!’ Thanks to Tom, Sports World, and Sarah Bush Lincoln for this awesome presentation!
4 months ago, Amy Skinner
SHS Guest Speaker - Tom Gilles
Our new Elementary MUSIC Teacher, Patti Tynan, has taught & incorporated the Shelbyville Schools "Fight Song" to ALL Kindergarten students. This is part of their daily routine / EXIT song. Our goal is to develop a sense of Shelbyville RAM PRIDE w/ our students that lasts a lifetime. Our very own Kindergarten students will lead the SHS gymnasium in the Shelbyville Schools "Fight Song" @ the very first HOME Varsity Boy's Basketball game vs. Okaw Valley. We plan for this to take place at approximately 7:10 PM in the SHS gym. Students should arrive @ the game w/ their families & be seated w/ their families by approximately 7:00 PM. The K students will be called to the gym floor a few minutes before the Fight Song. They will be directed to go back to their families after the song. K Students will be on the gym floor facing the NORTH bleachers. Students & families are encouraged to wear PURPLE & WHITE. There will also be a halftime activity / entertainment for our Kindergarten Students...so stick around for the game!
4 months ago, Ryan Scott
K Fight Song
Tonight we inducted 23 new members into the Shelbyville chapter of the National Honor Society! In addition to our 15 returning seniors, we have 38 leaders who are ready to give back to their community this year. We are so excited for a fantastic year with such an excellent team!
4 months ago, Amy Skinner
NHS Induction 22-23
4 months ago, Kyle Ladd
ROE #11 Institute Day. 7th grade team presenting and a picture of 4th & 5th grade teams learning!
4 months ago, Russell Tomblin
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Moulton students wearing red in support of former Moulton librarian, Sharla Thilker!
4 months ago, Russell Tomblin
Thilker
Moulton's Eco Team competed today vs. other area schools. They did a great job representing the school district today!
4 months ago, Russell Tomblin
Eco
A major part of leadership is serving others. Moulton Student Council members demonstrate that mindset on a regular basis. Yesterday, some members helped pull weeds at the Sunken Gardens while other helped pack Blessings in a Backpack.
4 months ago, Russell Tomblin
Blessings
Sunken
4 months ago, Kyle Ladd
Congratulations to Moulton Student Council district representative, Kyndall Bennett. Last night, her presentation at the IAJHSC meeting was chosen as this year’s state service project! Illinois JH Student Councils throughout the state will be working together to support the Illinois Police Association Cop Shop program.
4 months ago, Russell Tomblin
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Main Street School & Kindergarten Center are PROUD to recognize our August / September 2022 "SELF-CONTROL Student-Leaders sponsored by Druby's (Rob & Tami Bosgraaf)
4 months ago, Ryan Scott
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ALL Main Street Elementary School (1st-3rd) grade GRANDPARENTS are INVITED for a special experience w/ their grandchild student. This event will be a grade-level rotation w/ a schedule: 1st grade @ (8:30 AM - 10:00 AM) / 2nd grade @ (10:30 AM - 12:00 PM) / 3rd grade @ (12:45 PM - 2:15 PM) @ Forest Park. ALL Grandparents should show up just slightly early (NOT too early or you might interfere w/ the prior grade-level event) & find a seat in the Chautauqua building in the center of the park. This is a great opportunity to showcase this community historic building w/ recent renovations. It has a concrete floor, stage, bench seating for 400, etc... The event will begin w/ a quick WELCOME. Then, grandparents will get to match up w/ their grandchild student & travel to (3) stations: BOOK FAIR (bring $ & "spoil" those grandkids) / share a SNACK & activity time / enjoy some time @ the playground area. This will lead to an entire grade-level MUSIC performance in the Chautauqua building. Please be sure to give those last hugs before the music performance. Students will be exiting the stage orderly with their class to load back on the school bus to return to the school. Grandparents will not be permitted to sign-out the grandchild @ the park for lunch or to leave early. Please avoid parking @ the playground pavilion N of the Chautauqua as this will be the established loading & unloading zone for the buses.
4 months ago, Ryan Scott
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4 months ago, Kyle Ladd
Special shout out to @IESA_IL officials Matt McElroy and Christian Preston. These two gentlemen asked both coaches if they'd like to use both halftimes to play some of the less experienced athletes. They offered because they saw both teams had a lot of players. Thank you both!
4 months ago, Russell Tomblin
Officials
Homecoming Happenings https://www.shelbyville.k12.il.us/article/846755 Mr. Ladd | SHS Principal
4 months ago, Kyle Ladd
First JH girls' basketball games of the year just finished. Special shout out to Addison, Hadlee, and Harper. These three girls picked up trash in the stands after the game without any prompting. They did the right thing for the right reason; because it's the right thing to do! Thanks girls!
4 months ago, Russell Tomblin
girls bball game
4 months ago, Kyle Ladd