Sequatchie County High School

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    Sequatchie County High School 

       Sequatchie County High School
      SCHS...developing educated, responsible citizens.
     

    Principal: Regina Belknap

    Assistant Principal: Alyssia Harper

     (423) 949-2154

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Active Duty Military

    SCHS would like to express heartfelt gratitude to all of the brave young men and women who currently serve our great nation. Thank you for your commitment and your sacrifice.  

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    Class of 2018 
     
    Marines: Jacob Moore, James Brock & Genevieve Rhodes 
    Army: Seth Givens & Brent Gray 
    Navy: Jarrett Stewart 
     
     
    Class of 2019
     
    Army: Dameion McDaniel 
    Navy: Damein Riches
    Marines:  Skylar Bugg, Haydon King, Solomon Ledford & Trevor Ritchie
    Marine Reserves:  Skylar Mohler & Eric Mullins
     
    Class of 2020
     
    Marines: Brenden Littrell, Jacob Boston, and Chase Clevenger
    Navy: Tristan Finch
     
    If a name was ommitted from the list or military service status has changed, please inform SCHS. 
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     

     

     

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    Summer School Information Sheet

    8:00am - 2:30pm (lunch 11-11:30)

    May 24th - May 28th

    June 7th - June 18 (Mon - Fri)

     

    Daily attendance for is REQUIRED until the student has completed and passed the classes they are enrolled in summer school for. Students must arrive by 8:00am and may not leave until 2:30pm. If a student needs to leave early for any reason, a parent note must be turned in when the student signs in. The note must include the parents phone number where they can be reached to call for verification. Students should dress comfortably. Shorts, leggings, sweats are allowed as long as they are appropriate and not revealing. 

    Lunch is not provided during summer school. It is recommended that students bring a lunch from home. Students will be allowed to leave campus for lunch, but MUST be back in the building and finished eating by 11:30.  

    Summer school is done through an online program called Odysseyware. The only courses that are available for summer school are ones that the student has previously taken and failed with a minimum grade of 50. All work must be completed by the last day of summer school in order for the student to receive credit. Students are encouraged to work at home, but they must also attend summer school regularly to receive credit. 

    **Seniors will begin summer school on May 17-21 during the last week of school for underclassmen. 

     

    Summer School Rules

    • You must sign in and out anytime you leave the summer school classroom. Be sure to put the exact time. 
    • Breaks will be given at teacher discretion. You may not leave the building for breaks. 
    • Phones are not permitted in your work area. You may use your phone at break or at lunch. 
    • Food and drink are not allowed in your work area. Drinks must be kept on the table away from the computers. 
    • If you are absent, you must bring a parent or doctor note the next day. An excused absence will require a doctor’s note. 
    • 3 unexcused absences will result in dismissal from summer school with NO credit. 
    • If you need to leave early, a note must be turned in at 8am with a phone number where your parent/guardian may be reached for verification. 
    • You should work on your class(es) at home, but you MUST also attend summer school from 8-2:30 or you will not receive credit for your work. 
    • Inappropriate behavior will NOT be tolerated. All school policies (tobacco, drug, weapons, etc.) remain in effect during summer school. 
    • Violation of school policies and/or inappropriate classroom behavior may result in you being expelled from summer school and NO credit will be given. 
    • Once your course(s) has been completed, you will be given written documentation to notify your parent/guardian that you no longer have to attend. 

     

     
     
     
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  • ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS
    Current athletic teams:

    • Baseball
    • Basketball
    • Cheerleading
    • Cross Country
    • Football
    • Soccer
    • Softball
    • Track
    • Volleyball
    • Wrestling

    Bass Fishing team competing in officially sanctioned high school tournaments.

    Academic related clubs and activities.  Current club offerings:

    • Astronomy Club
    • Beta Club
    • Chess Club
    • D&D Club
    • FBLA
    • FCA
    • FCCLA
    • FFA
    • Golf Club
    • History Club
    • HOSA 
    • Knitting Club
    • Leo Lion's Club
    • SkillsUSA
    • Student Council
    • Writer's Circle 
    • Yearbook
    • Youth Leadership

    Class related activities:

    • Band
    • Color Guard
    • Choir 
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