Good evening, I hope everyone has has a restful and enjoyable fall break. I have 3 brief announcements. Tomorrow will be a regular school day. Wednesday, Nov. 30th will be a 2-hour delay for students. The 9-12 Incentive that was postponed due remote learning has been rescheduled for tomorrow, those students will be leaving at 8:30, please remember to bring permission slips if you haven’t already.
This event is free admission and open to the summers county community. Come join us on Dec. 6th at 7:00!!
Breakfast and Lunch is available to any student who may wish to come to the high school campus to eat. Today's lunch is chicken tortilla soup. Even though we are remote, meals are being prepared.
Beginning tomorrow November 15, 2022 Summers County Comprehensive High School students, grades 6-12, will be on remote learning through the end of the week. All elementary schools will be on a regular schedule starting tomorrow November 15, 2022.
Mrs. Blevins was honored as SCCHS/NuSkool scholars faculty member of the month. Mrs. Blevins is a very hard worker, a talented veteran Health/PE teacher, and our Athletic Director. Well deserved. Pictured Mr. Hudgins, Mrs Blevins, Rachel Bragg, Derek Pugh, and Mrs. Berkshire #bobcatpride
Tonight’s football game and tailgate will go on as planned. There will be drinking water and toilets provided.
SCCHS students took part in an expo with New River Community and Technical College. They were able to explore a variety of careers available after high school. Thank you to our staff and New River staff who organized the event!
The “Pride of Summers County” marching band traveled to Clay County making it to all road trips this season. Thank you to the SC marching band, Mr. Sims, and parents for adding to game-day atmosphere. The on field halftime performance was amazing!!!! #Bobcatpride
Mark your calendars for November 4th! SCCHS invites you to our Tailgate for Education event from 5:30-7:30 before our last home football game. We hope to see you there!
Tomorrow Oct. 26th will be a 2 hour delay for students. Staff reports at 8:00 for professional development. Also, Jostens will be visiting with seniors at 10:45 for cap and gown orders. The Hinton Area Foundation will also be visiting with seniors at 11:15 for scholarship opportunities. Jostens will be meeting with sophomores after lunch for class ring orders. Thank you.
Congratulations to Sarah Turner and Dakota Pettry who qualified for the Cross Country State Tournament. (Pictures Courtesy of Hope Cooper)
SCCHS Staff Spotlight - September 2022 Ms. Cassady Berry is the 6-8th grade Art teacher at SCCHS. She is also the SAT coordinator for 9-12. Ms. Berry was nominated by her colleagues to be in the spotlight this month. Ms. Berry was recognized for her empathetic spirit and willingness to help both students and staff. Her hard work doesn't go unnoticed. Way to go, Ms. Berry!
SCCHS Staff Spotlight - September 2022 Mrs. Amy Smith is the Technology Innovation Program Specialist for SCCHS. She has been in this position for 13 years! Mrs. Smith maintains the technology needs of 754 students (57% of all Summers County students). She is the go-to tech guru for both students and staff. SCCHS is lucky to have her! Way to go, Mrs. Smith!
SCCHS Staff Spotlight - September 2022 Ms. Regina Trout is the head custodian at SCCHS. She was nominated by her colleagues to be in the spotlight this month. Ms. Trout's colleagues said, "This is the best the school has looked!" Ms. Trout worked all summer to clean and wax floors to prepare for the start of school. Way to go, Ms. Trout!
SCCHS Staff Spotlight - September 2022 Ms. Ellen Holt is a math teacher at SCCHS. She was nominated by her colleagues to be in the spotlight this month. Ms. Holt was described as having a willing, cooperative spirit with outstanding leadership skills. Ms. Holt is the 9-12th grade PLC leader, faculty senate president, and an M3T cohort member. Way to go, Ms Holt!
Please share…thank you to SCCHS art department for this great partnership and oppurtunity for our students to showcase their work with the summers county community!!!
SCCHS Volleyball recognizes our seniors at tonights match. Thank you to Liv Meador, Sullivan Pivont, and Emilee Smith for their dedication, leadership, and bobcat pride. Once a Bobcat, Always a Bobcat!!!!
Homecoming/Spirit week was an exciting (return to normalcy) for the Bobcats. The festivities included Spirit Bowl, grade level competitions, bonfire, parade, Homecoming Court, Crowning of Homecoming Queen Liv Meador, and concluded with a 54-7 win vs the Sherman Tide. Thank you to our amazing student body, student leaders, SCCHS staff, parents, football players, band members, cheerleaders, coaches, and summers county community for coming together for an amazing week. Special recognition to the city of Hinton, sheriffs department, fire department, Lawson Jones photography, and many more for making the bonfire/parade a success. Thanks for making this a special week for the bobcats!!!! Please join Summers County athletics, Bobcat Nation, and/or Summers County Comprehensive High School Facebook page for more photos from homecoming week. #bobcatpride
Congratulations to the Summers County Bobcat golf team for a fourth place finish at the West Virginia State Championship!
8th grade night will be before the game tonight. It will start at 5:30. If you have an 8th grade student-athlete in cheer, football, band, or cross country, please be at the field by 5:15 at the latest.