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Young Farmers Boston Butt Fundraiser

Young Farmers Boston Butt Fundraiser

Young Farmers Thanksgiving Boston Butt Sale Tuesday, November 24, 2020 Seminole County Agricultural Center Pickup from 5:00 – 7:00 PM Boston Butts ($30/Each) Call...

Cross Country Region Champs!

Cross Country Region Champs!

Boys Cross Country Team won the Region Championship today! Dequan placed 3rd overall while Devin placed 4th and Michael placing 6th! Way to go guys!! Total team...

FFA Update

FFA Update

FFA member Meg Mathis showed her market barrow and gilt at the Georgia National Fair in Perry, Georgia this past weekend. She placed sixth in her market weight class and...

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Events

Tue, Oct 27 , 3:15 PM - 5:00 PM
Tue, Oct 27 , 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Tue, Oct 27 , 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Wed, Oct 28 , 2:45 PM - 3:15 PM
Wed, Oct 28 , 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM
Thu, Oct 29 , 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Thu, Oct 29 , 2:45 PM - 3:15 PM
Thu, Oct 29 , 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
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LIVE FEED

SCMHS

SCMHS

about 10 hours ago

Don't forget the annual Title I Parent Meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 27 at 5:00 in the Media Center of the Middle High School. We look forward to seeing you!

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SCMHS

SCMHS

1 day ago

Don't forget tomorrow is the beginning of Red Ribbon Week! Middle High School students and staff should wear RED on Monday!!

Seminole Co. Middle High School

Seminole Co. Middle High School

3 days ago

Come support the Seminole County High School Athletic Booster Club by buying a fish plate. We’re set up in front of All Care Pharmacy in town today. Fish Plates are $12 and can be picked up on November 5 at the Ag Barn. See you soon.

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Seminole County Middle High School

Seminole County Middle High School

3 days ago

Indians win third game straight, 34-0. Great team win!

Seminole County Middle High School

Seminole County Middle High School

4 days ago

TEACHER SPOTLIGHT:
Mr. Jeremy Burke was chosen as this week's teacher spotlight. He is an eighth grade science teacher, and he is also a cross country and tennis coach. I asked Mr. Burke a few questions about his teaching experience here at Seminole County Middle/High School. The first question I asked him was why he chose to work here and be a teacher. He responded by saying, “I used to have my own business, and I was tired of working during the holidays. I also wanted to make science more fun for the students in our community. This has been a good change for me. I have enjoyed teaching.” I had him in the eighth grade for science, and I can honestly say that he has done an amazing job making science very fun for his students. The next question I asked him was what his hobbies were. He said his favorites were fishing, working outdoors, and gardening. Teacher always have great stories about embarrassing moments, so I asked Mr. Burke was what his most embarrassing moment had been. He said, “One time we were doing a static electricity experiment, and I had to put on a wig; the static electricity made it stick up everywhere! That is a look I definitely don’t want to repeat.” Finally, I asked Mr. Burke to share his favorite teaching memory. He said, “While doing experiments with our solar ovens, someone's oven got so hot that it caught on fire.” The day was certainly not boring, and those ovens worked better than Mr. Burke had expected! In my experience as one of Mr. Burke’s students, I can say that he was and will always be one of my favorite teachers. He makes science fun and enjoyable, which in turn, makes his students more interested in science and science experiments. Thank you, Mr. Burke!

By Leahbeth Boyett, Journalism I
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