The Scott City Concert Band traveled to SEMO's river campus to perform at MSHSAA large ensemble contest. The band scored a Outstanding (2) grade overall and earned an Exemplary (1) in sight reading! Go Rams!
Recently the High School Art club participated in a service project to provide painted hats for children battling cancer at St. Jude's Hospital in Memphis, TN. The hats and materials were donated by the High School Art Club members. High School Art teacher Mr. Conaway was able to present the hats to St. Jude's logistics operations manager Nate Johnson on Monday. We're proud of our student's willingness to serve others! Great job Art Club! #SCGrowAs1
Varsity baseball schedule change this week. Game vs. Doniphan on Friday is canceled. Added games for Saturday at Capaha Park: 11:00- Perryville vs. Scott City 1:00- Doniphan vs. Scott City Capaha rules: No one in the cages No gum or seeds Turfs or Rubber Spikes Only
New 9th grade orientation is scheduled for April 11, 2022 from 6pm to 7pm in High School room 25. See the image below for more details. We're looking forward to meeting the class of 2026!! #SCGrowAs1
The open position of Director of Facilities is now closed. Thank you to all that applied.
On Tuesday, Scott City hosted an 11 school music festival. The high school concert band performed and earned an Exemplary rating, the highest you can earn. Go Rams!
Scott City Elementary students may wear green or a St. Patrick's Day themed shirt on Thursday, March 17. #WeAreSCE
Congratulations to FCCLA members Carly for being installed to the 2022-2023 FCCLA Region 6 executive council. Carly will serve as the Recreational Leader, Alli will serve as President, and Zoe will serve as the State Officer. Way to go FCCLA members!
SCE - Boys & Girls Club is closed today, Friday March 11 due to the chance of inclement weather. If your child attends B&G Club, please call the elementary office before 2:00 to make after school arrangements. #WeAreSCE
The Army National Guard did small group ASVAB reviews for our sophomores and juniors. We wish to thank Sgt. Cameron Barnett for spending half the day with our students.
Scott City High School Art Club had a Rock'n good time on their annual field trip to downtown Cape Girardeau. Wednesday, the art club started at the Catapult Creative Center, then to the Southeast Missouri Arts Council, the Crisp Museum at the SEMO River Campus, and ended with an amazing visit to River Radio station's Real Rock 99.3. Enjoy the photos of this great field trip.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the blood drive. We collected 88 units, exceeding our goal by 13 units and beating Chaffee in the Blood Battle!! Way to go everyone!
The Scott City R-1 School District is seeking highly qualified applicants for 1 open position as the Director of Facilities to begin immediately. Applicants should have experience in plumbing, electrical and HVAC maintenance. Experience in leading improvement projects and teams is highly preferred. The right candidate will be able to cultivate relationships with vendors and ensure the continued improvement of our facilities department. Interested parties should apply on our website at https://www.scr1.org/page/job-opportunities This position will remain open until filled.
The previous link contains information about a parent meeting concerning resources for suicide and mental health awareness. This is for parents of children 12 years and older. Details are in the link. #SCGrowAs1
Fine Arts Night-March 10th at 7:00pm in the FEMA The Art departments will kick off the evening at 5 pm with an open house of art displays of our students k-12 in the foyer of the FEMA building. At 7 pm, our High School Theater department will perform several pieces, followed by our Elementary/Middle School Honor choir with folk songs and hymns, and to finish the evening our High School Jazz Band will perform!!! We are looking forward to a fun evening of seeing the MANY DIFFERENT talents of our students and hope to see you there!!
March 7-10 is Volleyball Spirit Week for SCMS! Students who come to the game dressed up will get free admission! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wJvEpvE4oHnlHSDD-NFzLNaiShF0kj5YPmebhDiCrn8/edit
Congratulations to all SC band students who competed at districts today! The SC Tuba Quartet received a 2 rating, and Senior Keaton Lacey qualified for state contest on Tuba and Piano! Go Rams
Representatives from Scott County Children’s Division will be at St. Joseph Catholic Church at 4:00pm on Saturday, March 5th. They will be providing detailed information on foster parenting and related services. If you are interested in becoming a foster parent, please consider attending this meeting.
Today 27 Guidance Advisory Students and the 2 sponsors went to the SEMO Food Bank and packaged 1069 boxes for families in need.