The Leo Club is hosting the annual Hygiene Drive for the Signal Mountain Social Services. From March 27-31, students will be collecting items such as soap, deodorant, toothpaste, lotion, shampoo, and conditioner at the high school and middle school entrances before school.
Yesterday the orchestra performed at the ETSBOA concert festival for adjudication. They received a superior rating from all three stage judges and also received a superior rating in sight reading.
Opening the high school boy’s soccer season against CSAS in some rather cold temperatures, the Screaming Eagles High came from behind to tie 1-1 on a goal from sophomore Sam Wickizer in the first game. In the second game sophomore Max Burke and freshman, Remy Newton both scored goals in a 2-1 win. Great start to the season guys.
For the next three days your Eagles participate in the Baylor Invitational Soccer tournament. Listen for results.
The mandatory all day workshop for all juniors will take place Wednesday, March 29 at SMMHS. Check email for detailed information.
GAPP will start registering students interested in the 2017/2018 student exchange to Hamm, Germany AFTER spring break. All students that will be in grades 9-11 next year are eligible to go. If you are interested, please go to the SMMHS website, click on the GAPP logo and fill out the online pre-registration form. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Draper in room 2120. #GetYourGerman!
Congratulations to your Signal Mountain Instrumental Music Program. The String Orchestra, 7th Grade Band, 8th Grade Band and High School Symphonic Band received highest honor of Superior Ratings at the ETSBOA Concert Performance Assessment. It is very rare that all instrumental ensembles from one school would earn this honor. Congratulations to our outstanding musicians.