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Red Cross representative Mary Ann Betton came to SC and presented the American Red Cross Premier Blood Partner Program award to this year and last year's TLC students. The certificate was given in recognition of their efforts to collect 98 units of blood during their 2017-2018 blood drives.
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FFA members at Weber Farms learning about cattle nutrition.
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FFA members learn about combining crops, moisture content and machinery at Grayland Farms.
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FFA Greenhand Camp
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FFA Forestry Clinic
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Parade of Bands
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Kindergarten Students in Tech ClassPracticing their mouse skills by making pizza faces!
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Kindergarten Students in Tech ClassPracticing their mouse skills by making pizza faces!
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Kindergarten Students in Tech ClassPracticing their mouse skills by making pizza faces!
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Kindergarten Students in Tech ClassPracticing their mouse skills by making pizza faces!
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SC Softball Fundraiser

South Central Gear Saftball Fundraiser. Deadline to purchase is Friday, November 2, 2018. Click here for the order form. Read More...

National Prescription Drug take back day.

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Joey's Story

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Snow Removal Bids

South Central Local Schools are asking for quotes for snow removal for the 2018-2019 school years'. Please click here for a full list. All quotes must be received by the Treasurer of the South Central Local Schools no later than 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 31, 2018. Please submit bids in a sealed envelope marked "Snow Removal Bids".  Read More...

School Safety

You’d never guess it, but used firehose is linking South Central Local Schools and EHOVE Career Center in a partnership for school safety. 

South Central Superintendent Ben Chaffee, Jr. saw social media posts about how firehose pieces can be used to safely secure classroom doors from intruders. “I contacted Supervisor Charlie Warthling to see if EHOVE would be interested in assisting us with this endeavor.  He, along with South Central SRO Deputy Mitchel Cawrse of the Huron County Sheriff Office, support this safety measure.”

Firehose can help secure a classroom door by being slipped over the metal bars of the door opener, a normal feature of a commercial door. Since firehose is made to withstand high water pressure, heat, and extensive wear-and-tear, it’s a great candidate for withstanding the stress of not allowing a door opener to do its job.

All of the firehose being used is industry-standard and originally utilized by area departments who later donate it to EHOVE’s Firefighter/EMT program.  The students train with the firehose in everything from drills to live burns. 

If a hose fails testing or is deemed no longer viable upon inspection, it is normally tagged as out of service and thrown away. 

“We’re making the most of our resources with this initiative because the firehose can be recycled for this new purpose instead of being thrown away,” said Warthling. “It still has a very important role in safety, just in a new way.”

“School safety is always on my mind, and by incorporating these fire hoses as door closures, I believe it is just one more step, one more option, we are providing to our staff to help protect our students and keep them safe,” said Chaffee.

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2018-2019 High School Student Supply List

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