FREE COVID home test kits (4 tests per box) will be given to families whose children attend Shelbyville Central Schools.
Date: May 31st
Location: Loper Elementary- drive up and pick up One kit per household.
Parent/Guardian name and student name required
**The test kits will be available while supplies last. If test kits remain after May 31st, an additional date/time will be scheduled. **
Two Hour Delay, Thursday May 19, 2022
Due to the fog, Shelbyville Central Schools will be operating on a two hour delay.
Shelbyville Central Schools Elementary Teacher Job Fair.
Two Dates: Tuesday, May 10, 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm. and Saturday, May 14, 9:00 am to 11:00 am .
1121 E; State Rd 44 Shelbyville, IN 46176
Please bring a copy of your resume and any information you would like to share.
Congratulations to the Business Professionals of America (BPA) students who competed at state competition this past Sunday through Tuesday.
ALL of the students did a great job of representing Shelbyville High School.
The following students qualified to compete at the National Leadership Conference in Dallas, Texas from May 4th-May 8th.
Gabbi Fox: 2nd in Advanced Desktop Publishing, 3rd in Graphic Design Promotion, Statesman Level Torch Awards, and Level 1 Student Certification
Anesa Jakupi: 3rd in Administrative Support Research Individual, Statesman Level Torch Awards, and Level 1 Student Certification
Ian Hall: 2nd in Digital Media Production
Connor Zobel: 5th in Linux Operating System Fundamentals
Honorable mentions goes to the Podcast Production Team of Ian Hall, Niven Herrington, and Connor Elliot for placing 4th.
The CDC has lifted the mask mandate on school buses effective immediately. Therefore masks are no longer required on Shelbyville Central Schools buses. Thank you.
The School Board for Shelbyville Central Schools met at noon today, and voted to end the mask mandate and COVID protocols related to contact tracing and close contacts effective immediately based on new guidance from the Indiana Department of Health. SCS will follow the quarantine protocols for people that test positive, monitor attendance daily and report any unusual spikes in absences to the Shelby County Health Department. We will continue to comply with the federal mask mandate on buses.