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Week of October 22-26, 2018

“Stay Humble, Work Hard, Be Kind."
The first 9 weeks ended this Friday, October 12.  Report cards will be handed out at Parent - Teacher Conferences on Tuesday October 23rd from 3:30-6 pm.  A free soup dinner will be provided for all families that attend.  Also, a representative from Balfour will be here to collect money for letterman jackets.  Any student that has not done so yet may complete their order that night.
2019 Football Senior Night 
Senior Football players, cheerleaders and dance team members will be recognized with their parents beginning at 6:40pm
Football Game vs. Logan County @ 7pm
The next TCCHS SBDM Meeting will be Thursday October 25th at 4:30pm in the Library.
Red Ribbon Week
Monday, October 22:  Be Crazy about your Health--Wear Mix-Matched Clothing
Tuesday, October 23: Be Smart-Travel Alcohol and Drug Free--Dress your BEST for Success
Wednesday, October 24: Be Yourself-Be Different-Don't Bully--Wear Bright Colors
Thursday, October 25: Tobacco & Vaping is Wacky--say WHAT!-Crazy Hair/Crazy Hat Day
Friday, October 26: Red Rally Day-Wear Red
Any students interested in joining the TCCHS Archery Team should make plans to attend an interest meeting Thursday October 25th at 6:00 here at TCCHS.
TCCHS Marching band had a great performance at Regionals this last weekend but did not advance to semifinals. They made great progress all year and are very proud of what they accomplished.
Are you interested in traveling to Washington, DC, this school year? The GT program would love to take a group to visit our nation’s capital right after school ends, the first part of June. Would you like to go with us? Please need contact Lisa Petrie at the high school: 270-265-2506 ext 5012 or email ASAP so we can see what the interest level is. Information will also be on the GT website found linked to your child’s school website under academics. This is open for all Todd County School students, employees and families. 
TCCHS annual Veteran's Day Assembly was sent out before the break with the Daily Report:
TCCHS will be having a special program on Friday, November 9th, 2018, prior to Veteran’s Day. We will have a guest speaker as well as student involvement. Breakfast will be offered for the veteran and one guest that morning beginning at 8:00 a.m. in the cafeteria, however, other family members and friends are welcome to attend the program beginning at 9:00 a.m. in the gymnasium. If you are interested in attending the breakfast, please contact TCCHS. You may also RSVP your attendance and information by Friday, October 26th, 2018 by contacting Becky @ 270-265-2506 or email
Students needing to fulfill their Graduated Driver License class will be able to do so on 10/23/18 at Todd County Central High School beginning at 4:00 PM in the school’s Library. If you still need to sign up for the Alive at 25 class, you can do so by visiting or call 502-699-2295
Math and English Homework help Continues Next Week, Tuesday - Thursday in the mornings.  Please have your student check the morning schedule in their English and math classes for daily locations.
Anyone interested in participating in with the TCCHS Archery Team should stop by to see Mrs. Leilani about signing up and important dates.
Infinite Campus APP Update
We are pleased to announce two FREE new & improved Apps for Students and Parents to easily access grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, and more.  If you are using the old App, go online and download the Updated App.
It is our mission at TCCHS that we provide a student centered environment that promotes post-secondary success. 

Students will not be permitted to enter the school until 7:40. Students are to report to the cafeteria or gym upon entering the school building. TCCHS start time is 8:00 school dismissal time is 3:00 for all bus riders and 3:05 for car riders, student drivers, and student walkers. Parents are asked to observe the parking/NO PARKING signs and not park in the bus lane at dismissal time. Parent pick up and drop off is on the South side of the building, closest to the football field. In order to ensure a safe and orderly dismissal, please use the parent pick up line and continue to wait for your student, outside the school and in your car at dismissal time. Unless riding the bus, students are not to be dropped off or picked up in any other area. Parent Pick-up and car riders / walkers will exit the building after buses are dismissed.
Attendance Notes from Mrs. Lanier
Students are allotted five parent notes for whole day/half day absences and five parent notes for tardies. Upon return to school from an absence, the student has three days to turn in a note to the front office for it to be excused. Proper documentation is required for funerals, drivers license, and doctor appointments. Drivers permit and License tests are only considered a half day absent. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the school at 270-265-2506 or email Mrs. Becky at

Guidance Department News
Juniors and Seniors who qualify for Free and Reduced Lunch are eligible for 2 FREE ACT tests. Please see the schedule below to plan when you'll take the ACT. A FREE State Junior ACT will be in March 2019. If you have any further questions, please contact Tiffany Wood in the Guidance Department.
 Test Date
Deadline Late Deadline Score Release*
 Sept 8, 2018
Aug 3, 2018 Aug 17, 2018 Sept 18; Oct 2, 2018
 Oct 27, 2018
Sept 21, 2018 Oct 5, 2018 Nov 6; Nov 20, 2018
Dec 8, 2018
Nov 2, 2018 Nov 16, 2018 Dec 18, 2018; Jan 1, 2019
 Feb 9, 2019
Jan 4, 2019 Jan 18, 2019 Feb 19; Mar 5, 2019
 Apr 13, 2019
Mar 8, 2019 Mar 22, 2019 Apr 23; May 7, 2019
 June 8, 2019
May 3, 2019 May 17, 2019 June 18; July 2, 2019
 July 13, 2019
June 14, 2019 June 21, 2019 July 23; Aug 6, 2019
A note from Mrs. Wood in Guidance:
Below is information for University of Kentucky.  Please read and be mindful of several upcoming sessions and information concerning admissions and scholarship applications.  Also, please see the attached flyer for additional information concerning scholarships.
Open Houses for Seniors
Saturday, October 13th and  Friday, November 16th
Register Here – Please share this link with all of your seniors, all are welcome to attend on either date.  
These are great events to tour campus, meet with different academic colleges including the Lewis Honors College, and learn about financial aid/scholarships.     
We have updated our scholarships this year and have released more details about exact offers to help students plan financially. Scholarship sheets are attached.
GSE - Governor School for Entrepreneurs
Kentucky counselors should note that students who complete the GSE program will now be eligible for the same scholarship opportunities as GSA and GSP students.
These awards begin Fall 2019 with the summer 2018 GSE graduates. Students that attended GSE in previous years are not eligible.
UK is a member institution of RaiseMe to help students identify scholarship opportunities and stay on track for future college funding during high school.
Application Information
Our letter of recommendation is still optional.
For most students, we encourage them not to submit a letter of recommendation. A recommendation letter would be helpful if the student has a learning disability, difficult family history, or other situation that would need explanation on their behalf to shed some light on the academic credentials.
We are in the process of onboarding with the Coalition Application, but for now we encourage students to use the Common Application or the UK application at
Upcoming Deadlines
December 1: early action admission, academic/competitive scholarships, Lewis Honors College, priority deadline for William C. Parker.
February 15: regular decision admission (no consideration for academic/competitive scholarships or Lewis Honors College), William C. Parker Diversity Scholarship  (February 15th is application deadline however early application is encouraged)
An electronic copy of our viewbook can be found here. We are also always happy to mail you viewbooks if you would like some materials to keep in your office!
Students can create a customized viewbook here.
Campus Updates and Reminders
Our Visitor Center has moved over to our biggest and best new building, the Gatton Student Center.

On September 14, UK kicked off a new campaign branded “Kentucky Can.” Funds raised will benefit students in many ways, including student financial assistance and opportunities for research, Education Abroad, and internships
TCCHS Connect Up
Todd County Youth Services Center & Community Education are offering the Connect Up program for 10th and 11th graders.  
Please return this completed card to Ms. Becky in the front office if you are 
interested in attending.  
A parent/guardian AND the student MUST be present at all three sessions in order to receive a FREE ACT
Dates - August 30, September 27, October 25

Saturday, November 3 – Button Auditorium 1pm-4pm
Preview Days for WKU Gatton Academy
November 10, 2018 Deadline to register is November 7.

April 27, 2019 Registration will open for the April Preview Day toward the end of the fall semester.
Admission information can be found at
GSP - Governor's Scholars Program
The Governor's Scholars Program Application is now available at You will need to click on the tab that has "Applicants". Then, click on "Applications & Forms". Under this tab will be the application for GSP. Please make sure before you begin completing the application that you download and read the Helpful Hints packet that is also under "Applications & Forms". This will assist you in completing the application. The application is due to the guidance office on by 1:00 pm on December 18th. The application must be typed. You must have one teacher recommendation and one community recommendation. In addition, you must have taken the ACT to apply. You cannot apply without a score on this test. If you have any questions concerning this application, please see the guidance office.
·       College Admission Day - on November 15th representatives from HCC and KHEAA will be at school all day in senior English classes to assist students in applying to the college of their choice. If students are applying to the University of Kentucky or any selective school should start working on the applications now.

Cell Phone - Student Changes for use
TCCHS SBDM has approved the use of cell phones for students for the 2018-19 school year. Full information can be found in the attached student handbook as well as each student will receive their own copy of the student handbook.
Here are a some important details:
I. Teachers will let students know if cell phones can be in use during class with RED and GREEN signals
II. Cell phones will not be in use in Hallways, Gym, Restrooms, and during assemblies
III. Students may use their cell phones during their designated lunch time in the cafeteria

AM/PM Detention
Detention is able to be served Monday through Thursdays.  When assigned a detention, students have up to 5 school days to serve, either from 7:10-7:40 am in Mr. Fleming's classroom, or from 3:05-3:35 pm in Mrs. Canler's classroom. Detentions that are not served with the 5 day allotment will results in an assigned day in ISAP. Thank you for your help.
Teacher/Faculty Spotlight
TCCHS welcomed first year teacher Nicole Bufford to our school family this year as a great edition to our Foreign Language staff.  Mrs. Bufford has jumped right in as our Spanish teacher and Spanish Club Sponsor.  Originally from Central City, Mrs. Bufford completed her high school career at Heritage Christian Academy in Hopkinsville, KY.  While there, she enjoyed Spanish and English class the most.  In her spare time, she can be found gardening, working puzzles, playing with her fur babies, and spending quality time with her best friend/husband.  This years Black Friday may be filled with shopping for Mrs. Bufford, but most likely with cake since it'll be her birthday as well.  We are thankful for Mrs. Bufford joining our TCCHS family!

Weekly Lunch Menu
Oct 22- Calzones, French Fries, Tossed Salad, Corn, Peaches, Fruit Cocktail
Oct 23 - General TSO or Orange Chicken, Rice, Broccoli, Oriental Veggies, Egg Rolls, Pineapple, Mandarin Oranges
Oct 24 - Fish, Turnip Greens, Brown Beans, Cole Slaw, Mac-n-Cheese, Peaches, Sidekicks, Cornbread
Oct 25 - Taco, Lettuce, Tomato, Cheese, Broccoli, Rice, Refried Beans, Strawberries, Kiwi, Chips or Tortilla Shells, Chocolate Chip Cookie
Oct 26  - Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Tossed Salad, Pineapple, Applesauce, Rolls
Rebel Athletic/Activities Schedule
Student Admission $3, Adult Admission $5, Rebel Parent Pass $3
Oct. 26 - Football vs. Logan Co. HS 7 pm
              (Senior Night for Dance, Cheerleaders and Football team - Beings at 6:40pm)

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