In this episode, Troy meets with Brown, Emerson, and Redding elementary principals to discuss the latest news and updates. Randy Fife joins Troy to discuss important information for the incoming 9th graders. Freshman Orientation for the class of 2025.
Join Troy Hubbard, Lisa Ferguson, and Brandon Harpe as they discuss building renovation, updates, vaccine availability, and a special song from Lisa.
Thank you to all of the Seymour Community Schools family and may you have a wonderful winter break. See you in 2021 !
Important information on Virtual Learning Schedule for Seymour Schools with Superintendent Brand Harpe, Asst. Superintendent, Dir of Special Education Mika Ahlbrand, and Athletics update with Mr Manns and and Mr Henkle. Information on student expectations, food delivery, special needs services, and athletics are part of this episode. Food delivery form: http://tinyurl.com/scscvirtualmeals
Spanish version of Podcast
Join us court side for an intimate chat with the family members of Barney Scott. Discover the family perspective on a great man and our historic gymnasium. We then gear up for winter sports with Athletic Directors and winter sports coaches. The episode wraps up with the Chamber of Commerce Festival of Trees event.
Dr Eric Fish joins Superintendent Brandon Harpe, Director of Curriculum Lisa Ferguson and Troy Hubbard to discuss the recent County Covid level orange and how it impacts Seymour Community Schools with the new Hybrid classroom model.
Troy chats with Kristen Bear and Laci Skidmore on how the professional development is coordinated within the middle school personal learning communities. Mr Harpe shares much anticipated news about the upcoming building expansions and renovations to accommodate our growing demands. Lisa Ferguson finishes up the podcast with information on how Seymour Community Schools is equipping staff to meet the challenges of virtual education.
Virtual Learning chat with teachers: Kristi Burbrink, Alex Zaring, and Tech Support Specialist, Shawn Mahoney. Lisa and Troy join Smekens rep Courtney Gordon for a chat about professional development on our Sept 15 eLearning day.
In this very important episode, Lisa Ferguson breaks down the Seymour Schools re-entry plan for the start of the school year. The covid-19 pandemic has touched all of our lives and Seymour Community Schools is working hard to ensure a safe start to the school year. Be sure to share this episode with friends and families.
Troy Hubbard and Lisa Ferguson share how important the Family Survey is to Seymour Community Schools. Anna DeGante interprets the conversion for our Spanish speaking guests. The second part of the podcast gives an update athletics and summer training with Dave Urbanski and Kirk Manns.
High School and Middle class scheduling can be a complex process. Tune in to hear how Nikki Storey and Janet VanLiew prepare for scheduling classes for their students. Mrs Catherine Dubois is also joining the conversation with insight on Dyslexia services at Seymour Community Schools.
Find out how our school counseling services are preparing for the future needs of our students and staff. Troy Hubbard, Samantha Browning, Meredith Henry, and Lisa Ferguson share insight to a topic that touches us all.
Link Reference: jacsy.org Free School Supply request form
Tune in to this very important message on Cyber Safety and best practices for eLearning in the home. Many practical steps are sharing to ensure your home learning environment is Cyber Smart and Cyber Safe.
Our first episode with eLearning at the primary method of instruction. Tune in to hear an elementary and secondary perspective of how our students and staff are adjusting to online learning at home. Troy brings the counseling feel and Mrs Ferguson share her administrative insight. Shawn announces "Curbside Tech Support" for our community who need Chromebook repair. The following links were also mentioned during the podcast:
SCSC eLearning resources for parents and students: http://www.scsc.k12.in.us/elearning
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Parent University https://www.facebook.com/groups/148767433152118/
eLearning resources for Staff: bit.ly/scscelearn
Video of this episode: https://youtu.be/YyIUZciry3g
Students from the 6th grade center join Officer Keith William to share the dangers of vaping. Tune in to hear how our students went to the State House to educate our students. Mayor Nicholson visited with Mr Harpe and Mrs Ferguson to discuss the future of Seymour schools and the city. Be sure to stay near to hear about all of the exciting events at Jackson Elementary.
Tune in as we chat with principal, Lori Lister for an update on Cortland Elementary. Diane Altemeyer joins in the conversation to share WIDA and "Testmester". Learn more about the new student information system with assistant Superintendent, Lisa Ferguson and Director of Technology, Brian Rodman. We wrap this episode as Mrs Ferguson and Superintendent Mr Harpe share Strategic Planning goals for Seymour Community Schools.
This episode features the Marketing team from Timberline. Tune in to hear what they have discovered about Seymour Community Schools. We then check in with our school counseling team and find out what is on our student's minds. Our last stop is at Emerson elementary where we learn about Dyslexia services from Mrs. DuBois and then wrap up this episode with the latest news from Mrs. Kelly and the Emerson team.
This episode starts off downtown by This Old Guitar as students help paint the John Mellencamp mural. We then take a deep dive into HS eSports in Indiana and finish up with Tim Fosbrink, Director of School Transportation.
Tune is as Diane Altemeyer shares how to become Multilingual Certified. We will drop in at Redding Elementary to hear about "Hornet pride" and current events. We will then wrap up with the Seymour High School yearbook class as they begin their own podcast adventure.
Tune in to hear MS students writing to make a difference, catch Emerson teachers taking a swing and reading and baseball, cheer on the Champions Together track meet, and find out how Seymour Schools will be serving our students with Dyslexia.