A big thank you to Mr. Roth and Mr. Kelchner for taking a couple middle school students and setting up the middle school science booth at the Bloomsburg Fair.
2 days ago, Brandon Traugh
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Mrs. Serafini's 8th grade classes played "Capture the Flag" to get ready for their Revolutionary War unit.
2 days ago, Ryan Mensch
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Students in 5th grade science class are working diligently on their projects this week. They are completing a biography cube on a scientist that has been assigned to them.
3 days ago, Ryan Mensch
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SCA is looking for Event Staff to assist with parking and crowd control for athletic and other events. $50 per football game. See the Employment Page on the District website for details.
6 days ago, Tresa Britch
Congratulations to Homecoming Queen, Loren Gehret, and Homecoming King, Jake Toczylousky. Loren was crowned before the football game on Friday night, and Jake was crowned at the pep rally on Friday afternoon in front of the entire student body at Tiger Stadium.
6 days ago, Ryan Mensch
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Students and staff across the district have had fun participating in Homecoming Spirit Week. Yesterday was "Tourist Tuesday" and today is "Wacky Wednesday." We can't wait to see these outfits...
11 days ago, Ryan Mensch
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Next week is Homecoming Spirit Week. The week will provide your child with an opportunity to have fun with five different dress-up days. A flyer with each day's events for Elementary and Middle School is attached.
17 days ago, Ryan Mensch
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The Southern Columbia Area High School would like to announce homecoming festivities for the High School. On Friday, September 16, the football team will take on Lewisburg Area at 7:00 PM at Tiger Stadium. The homecoming king and queen will be crowned prior to kickoff at 6:45 pm. Homecoming festivities continue Saturday September 17 with the boys’ soccer team taking on Shamokin Area at 11:00 AM and the girls field hockey team taking on Forbes Road at 2:00 PM. Both games are at Tiger Stadium. The homecoming dance will take place Saturday night.
17 days ago, Ryan Mensch
Please see the attached flyer for information about a virtual tutoring opportunity through the United Way in a partnership with Bucknell University and Susquehanna University.
18 days ago, Ryan Mensch
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Order your child's yearbook at its lowest price of the year at the link below. Just search G.C. Hartman Elementary School, Southern Columbia Middle School, or Southern Columbia Area High School and follow the instructions to place your order today. https://www.jostens.com/yearbooks/students-and-parents/about-yearbooks
19 days ago, Ryan Mensch
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Hometown Ticketing Southern Columbia is excited to give their fans this convenient purchase option, where they will be able to either print-at-home or use mobile entry tickets for safe, no-touch redemption at the gate. Tickets purchased online can also be easily shared with family and friends via text! A student pass will allow your child to attend every sporting event at Southern Columbia. Playoffs will not be part of this package. There is no Athletic Pass for Student/Athletes. Download the HomeTown Ticketing Fan app Click on season pass. For student pass click on digital passcode. The digital passcode should be the students lunch passcode. When entering the student’s information please use their SCA email address. Tickets for single games are on sale now. Senior citizens that have their passes will not need to use HomeTown Ticketing.
24 days ago, Brian Davis
Parents and Guardians don't forget to download the SCASD Mobile App for your smartphone to keep up to date on what is happening in the school district. Click on the following YouTube link to learn more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pttT08WFTcE
about 1 month ago, Brian Davis
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Sports Registration for the 2022-2023 School Year is now open through FamilyID. Visit the ATHLETICS webpage to register your athlete for all sports in which they plan to participate in during the 2022-2023 school year.
3 months ago, Tresa Britch
SCA teachers and staff showed unity and Tiger Pride by wearing their "Different Stripes, Same Tiger" t-shirts to school today. The shirts were designed and distributed by S.A.V.E. Club.
4 months ago, Ryan Mensch
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Back in the fall, Mr. Williams and Mr. Roth took their science and geography classes down to the lower campus, and landscaper Justin Ulanoski, of Native Creations, spent the day explaining to their classes a new plan that they had to add some trees and plants to the school’s property. The native trees, berry bushes and pollinator meadows on our lower campus and behind the Elementary school are now showing great progress. Everything appears to be getting well established and thriving. The plantings were designed to reduce soil erosion, lessen the effects of flooding, provide food for humans and animals, take carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere, add oxygen to the atmosphere, and provide habitat for animals. When Mr. Williams recently visited the area to take some photos, he saw a red fox, turkey vulture and a white tail doe on the lower campus, all within five minutes of each other. Hopefully, in the future, students will be able to pick and eat blueberries, service berries, elderberries and other fruits off the trees. Maybe our pollinator meadows will help struggling honeybee and butterfly populations. Our lower campus may eventually see the benefits of reduced flooding and the resultant damage. Only time will tell, but the early results are promising.
4 months ago, Ryan Mensch
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The following students were chosen by 8th grade staff at Southern Columbia Middle School as SoCo Stars for the month of May. These students were chosen because they have displayed self-control, tolerance, academic integrity, and resilience within the school setting. Congratulations to each student and their families! Top Row: Rachael Mummey, Emma Kittle Bottom Row: Braydon Griscavage, Trent Golden
4 months ago, Ryan Mensch
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The following students were chosen by the sixth-grade staff at Southern Columbia Middle School as May's SoCo Stars of the Month. These students were chosen because they have displayed self-control, tolerance, academic integrity, and resilience within the school setting. Congratulations to each student and their families! May 2022: Ellen Mika, Max Novak, Savannah Wydra, and Karlee Taylor
4 months ago, Ryan Mensch
The following students were chosen by the 8th grade staff at Southern Columbia Middle School as SoCo Stars of the month for April 2022. These students were chosen because they have displayed self-control, tolerance, academic integrity, and resilience within the school setting. Congratulations to each student and their families! Reagan Dorman, Madalyn Levan, Rowan Humphrey, Isabelle Baylor
4 months ago, Ryan Mensch
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​ 5th grade science students in Mrs. Lupold's class dissected a plant stem to observe xylem​.
4 months ago, Ryan Mensch
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The following 7th grade students placed in the Columbia County Conservation District's Annual Earth Day Poster Contest! From left to right: Destiny Deeter (Honorable Mention), Audrey Reuter (Honorable Mention), Lauren Hauer (3rd Place), Leah Fenstermacher (5th Place), and Kiera Wargo (4th Place). Congratulations!
4 months ago, Ryan Mensch
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