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Forensics Comp Results

Our Forensics team competed last weekend. Saturday, Nov. 23rd our students performed at Science Hill High School, in Johnson City. Lots of our group made it to finals and brought home trophies.

Our 1st placers were:

  • Meredith Baker 1st in Solo Acting
  • Meredith Baker - 1st in Humorous Interpretation
  • Brooklynn McFarland- 1st in Prose interpretation
  • Rory Narron - 1st in Poetry Interpretation
And we were the top team at the tournament and 1st place Sweepstakes winners. Congratulations to our Forensic kids!




School News for the week of November 11th.


Weekly news announcements: Coat Drive sponsored by Two Men and a Truck's "Truckload of Warm", Senior Spotlight Abigail Wooten, Sports - Football Payoffs, Basketball season kick-off next week.


Thanksgiving Project

To get in the spirit of our upcoming holidays, SDHS has created TankfulLeaves. Students/staff write what they are thankful for on the leaf and hang them up in the hallways. Mr. Sneed and the SGA have also started a Thanksgiving Project. This project will assist approximately 40 families in our school. The goal is to cover the costs of turkeys, hams, potatoes, and carrots, which is near $500. Mr. Sneed and SGA have already raised around $200.

ACT Participation

ACT results were released on Nov. 4th, by the Tennessee Department of Education. The results show that the participation rate increased to 99 percent for all students in the 2019 graduating class for Hamilton County Schools. This rate is the highest participation the district has seen since the information began to be posted by the state. The participation rate for Hamilton County Schools exceeded the participation rate of the state in all student and subgroup categories. If you would like to know more, see here.

World Kindness Day

Nov. 13th was World Kindness Day! On this day students wore their favorite cardigan in the spirit of Fred Rodgers and spreading kindness to others.

World Kindness Day

Veterans Day/ JROTC

Monday, Nov. 11 was Veterans Day. SDHS honored all the past and current people who served, including some of our teachers. JROTC also participated in the Veterans Day celebration. If you would like to see more please visit here.



School News for the week of November 4th.


Weekly news announcements: Breakout Room Activity, Future Ready Institute T.I.M.E., and BlueCross Technology Academy, Veteran's Day and JROTC, Senior Spotlight, RIVERBEND 2020 updates, Road Closer near SDHS, Nick and Norman's Restuarant (Walking Dead) opening Spring of 2020 in Chattanooga, Eclipse, Weather, Sports and Round 1 of Playoffs, Starbucks Holiday Cups and Drinks.



School News for the week of October 28th.




Senior Night!!

November 1st is SDHS's last regular-season home game of the year. It is for the region championship (possible back to back region championships and a home playoff game). However, it is also Senior Night for our football players, cheerleaders, and band members. All three groups work very hard through the summer and school year. This night is to support these young men and women as we recognize them for their hard work and dedication to their programs. Senior Night recognition will be before the game and will begin at 7 pm.

Day of the Dead Projects

Spanish 2 students completed a Day of the Dead project this week. Students chose a Hispanic figure, researched their life and death, and created a tombstone in their memory.

Day of the Dead

Forensics Comp.

SDHS Forensics Team had a competition this past Saturday. They competed against 15 schools and won 2nd place! SDHS came home with more 1st place winners than any other school.
These are our 1st place winners:

  • Katie Belle Hatfield and Aidan Gooden in Duo Interpretation 
  • Meredith Baker in Solo Acting 
  • Brooklynn McFarland in Prose Interpretation 
  • Brooklynn McFarland and Nate Hookey in Duet Acting 
  • Zack Damon and Ciara Chauncey in Improvisational Acting 
  • Ryan Vickery in After Dinner Speaking

 

Scholar-Athlete of the Week

Asher Smith was chosen by Sinclair Broadcasting Group as the “Scholar-Athlete of the Week” Asher carries a 4.0 GPA and ranks 9th in the senior class. She plays on our Soccer Team and she is also an outstanding player. Congratulations to Asher!

I Am Hamilton

On October 4th, Officer John Wigley was featured in the most recent I Am Hamilton. I am Hamilton spotlights the contributions of alumni, teachers, parents, students, support workers, and community members in providing opportunities for children in the classrooms of Hamilton County Schools. To learn more visit Here

Best of the Best

Soddy Daisy High School placed #2 in the 12th Annual Best of the Best voting results. Other finalists included Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences, Signal Mountain High, and Hixson High. Winners were recognized in the Chattanooga Times Free Press.

Marching Band

On Saturday, September 29th, the band placed 3rd in class at Bradley Central. The color guard placed 1st in class as well. Congrats SDHS Band and Guard!

National Suicide Prevention Day

On Sept. 10, students and teachers were encouraged to wear blue, blue hearts were also placed around the school with encouraging/ positive messages. This was to raise awareness about suicide and help prevent suicide and spread the message that no one is truly alone.

You Matter Sept. 10



College Week

SDHS seniors took a field trip to Chatt. State for the Hamilton County College and Career Fair, with over 80 college and career representatives in attendance. Students visited each table where there were brochures and items to take home that detailed each college or career opportunity. Professionals came to the school to discuss their careers and college experiences, students were able to choose which discussion to attend. Students and teachers were able to represent the college of their choice by wearing a hat or shirt from that college.


Chromebooks

Every student received a Chromebook this school year. The students can use them in the classroom or at home. This technology integration in the classroom will help meet students' individual learning needs and introduce a world of possibilities by enhancing our curriculum through communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking. If you would like to find out more information please click HERE.

 

 

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