Support S.A.V.E on March 22 by attending the SOCO Spring Showdown, a teachers versus students basketball game fundraiser! Spend the night watching some of your favorite teachers compete on the court! All of the proceeds benefit the annual "Save A Life Walk" hosted by S.A.V.E. The club's main goal is to promote mental health awareness as well as prevent violence in the school district. The tickets are $6 on Hometown Ticketing. JV will begin at 6 pm with Varsity to follow at 7 pm. Come out and show your support for a good cause! For more information, check out @Socospringshowdown on Instagram!
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
spring showdown
Our students would like you to know about a couple of local programs that are being held this spring and summer! The Bloomsburg YMCA is holding an Adaptive Recreation Wellness Program for kids with disabilities ages 3-13. The cost is free! Hand in Hand is also hosting a Summer Camp for students with disabilities to learn how to ride a bike. Please see the flyers for more information! β˜€οΈπŸš²
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
adaptive program
recreation program
bike camp
We are exactly 1️⃣ week away from the curtains opening on this year's Encore production. The students have been working tirelessly over the past few months to cultivate a captivating performance for the community. "Little Shop of Horrors" is a musical comedy about a flower shop assistant named Seymour who cultivates a plant that feeds only on human blood. Mr. Mushnik, the owner of the flower shop and Seymour’s boss, is ready to give up his dreams of having a popular flower shop on the poverty-stricken skid row when he discovers that Seymour’s plant seems to attract new business. As the unusual plant grows, the shops popularity does too, but so does the plants insatiable hunger. Seymour, pressured by both his newfound fame and demanding boss, is forced to find new ways to feed the plant, all while dealing with his ever-growing guilt. Will Seymour give in and feed his beloved Audrey 2? Come and see to find out! πŸͺ΄πŸ΅οΈ Tickets can be ordered by visiting the following link: our.show/littleshopsouthern We hope to see you at the show! 🎢🍿
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
little shop of horrors
little shop of horrors
little shop of horrors
little shop of horrors
little shop of horrors
little shop of horrors
little shop of horrors
Visits from Sam-I-Am and The Cat in the Hat? A police officer, a school teacher, where are we at? G.C. Hartman Elementary School for "Read Across America Week," of course. πŸ“–πŸŒŽ
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
read across america
read across america
read across america
read across america
read across america
read across america
Come meet the Kindergarten teachers this week during Kindergarten registration. Just remember: All you ever needed to know, you learned in Kindergarten! πŸ«πŸŽ’πŸšΈ
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
kindergarten
Mr. Hynoski, High School Principal, read to the Kindergarten classes on Monday morning for Read Across America week. His son, Hudson, enjoyed having his dad visit.
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
read across america
Mrs. Sharrow's Kindergarten class had some fun with Oobleck after reading "Bartholomew and the Oobleck" by Dr. Seuss!
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
oobleck
oobleck
oobleck
oobleck
What do you call a pig that has a black belt in karate? A porkchop! Owen Knapick completed a research project for his 3rd Grade computer class. Students had to choose an animal and design a poster with facts about it. Owen chose to select the pig species as his animal. Ironically, March 1st is National Pig Day! To honor this incredible holiday, Owen presented his project to Mrs. Spotts’s 3rd Grade class and Ms. Joanna and Miss Sara’s Pre-K class. The classes had a PIG-tastic time learning all about pigs! πŸ–πŸ·πŸ½ Contributor: MolliLyn Petro, Journalism Staff Member
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
pig presentation
pig presentation
pig presentation
pig presentation
Hot Air Balloons are starting to arrive in the library! Inspired by the Dr. Seuss book, "Oh the Places You'll Go," and to celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday, your child is invited to make him a hot air balloon/balloon centerpiece display! Grades 1 through 4 are encouraged to participate. Kindergarten students are invited to make Dr. Seuss a non-edible, no food birthday cake. The balloons and cakes will be collected throughout next week. Friday, March 8 will be the last day of submission. Winners will receive a $10.00 gift voucher to use at the spring book fair in May. 🎈Good Luck and Have Fun! 🎈
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
hot air balloons
Ms. Merook's 2nd Grade students challenged themselves to reach the goal of learning how to tie their shoes! πŸ‘ŸπŸ―
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
tie shoes
During each of the next ten weeks, the Journalism class will be publishing a "Student Teacher Feature" on each of the student teachers who are working in our district this semester. We hope you enjoy getting to know all of these aspiring educators. Logan Merkle is teaching 2nd Grade with Ms. Habowski as part of his first student teaching placement. Learn more about him in the graphic below! πŸ“
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
student teacher
These hoopsters went undefeated and claimed 1st Place at the Minersville 4th Grade Tournament this weekend. Congratulations Tigers! πŸ€πŸ…
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
tiger basketball
February is "Love The Bus Month." We'd like to take this opportunity to showcase some of the amazing school bus drivers who make safe student transportation possible in our district. Thank you to all of our bus drivers for their service and dedication! 🚌🐯 Pictured here are Bob Hidley, Wendell Sweigard, Deb Mayernick, and Mary Wilson.
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
bus driver
bus driver
bus driver
bus driver
High School Spanish students participated in a Dr. Seuss Read Aloud with Kindergarteners today.
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
reading
Girls in Grades K-5, along with their special someone, enjoyed a magical evening of dance, fun, and friendship at the 2024 Daddy Daughter Dance on Friday night. 🩰πŸͺ©
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
daddy daughter dance
daddy daughter dance
daddy daughter dance
daddy daughter dance
daddy daughter dance
daddy daughter dance
daddy daughter dance
daddy daughter dance
daddy daughter dance
daddy daughter dance
Use the link below to place your yearbook order for any one of our three schools. Extra copies are not guaranteed to be available at the time of distribution, so it is important to reserve your copy now. https://www.jostens.com/yearbooks/students-and-parents/about-yearbooks#affiliate The books will arrive in May, so don't delay and order TODAY! πŸ«πŸŽ’πŸ“š
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
yearbook
Read Across America Week is quickly approaching and the Elementary library will be hosting two challenges during that week to help promote and celebrate reading. Kindergarten is invited to make Dr. Seuss a (non-edible; non-food) birthday cake, and First through Fourth Graders are invited to make him a hot air balloon/balloon centerpiece display inspired by, "Oh the Places You'll Go." Please see the attached flyers for additional information. Winners will receive a voucher to use at the spring book fair!
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
birthday cake
birthday cake
The Southern Columbia Student Support Team is wrapping up Be Kind week today by sporting their matching attire. Remember to always Be Kind. It does not cost anything, and you never know how much your positive actions will brighten a person's day.
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
be kind
We're only a month away from SCA's talented ENCORE performers taking the stage for "Little Shop of Horrors" on March 14, 15, and 16. Tickets can be ordered by visiting the following link: our.show/littleshopsouthern We hope to see you at the show! 🎢🍿
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
little shop
TOMORROW NIGHT! ... The SCA Class of 2025 proudly presents the Fifth Annual "DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE." Girls residing in the Southern Columbia Area School District in Grades K-5 are cordially invited to a magical evening of dance. Bring your dad or a special someone! When: Friday, February 16, 6:00-7:30 pm Where: Southern Columbia High School, Old Gymnasium Tickets are $20 per daddy/daughter couple. Each additional daughter is $5. Tickets will also be sold at the door.
3 months ago, Ryan Mensch
daddy daughter dance