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Awesome Job Band Students!

"Congratulations to the following Freshman South Band members who performed with the Drum Corps International "InPact" Future-Band this past Saturday at DCI Finals at Lucas Oil Stadium."

"Students are:
Jacob Thacker and Henry Stofferahn on Tuba, Austin Willis on Alto Sax, Priscilla Liu and Cassie Golden on Clarinet, Julia Pomfret on French Horn,, and Sam Morgan on Percussion." 

Here is a little info about InPact Future-Band from the DCI website:

Through collaboration with each state’s music education and arts organizations with the Drum Corps International Tour as a backdrop, the BANDtastic Texas, BANDtastic Georgia and INpact Indiana's Future-Band initiatives will engage young minds and inspire young hearts. Participation in this program will motivate middle school students to consider the arts as they make important skills development decisions for their high school years and beyond, and impact lifelong arts behaviors.

  • The students performed as part of the "biggest middle school bands ever" in front of expected audiences of more than 12,000 spectators at large-scale, experience-of-a-lifetime DCI Tour events.  (LUCAS OIL ACTUALLY HAD 22,000, YES YOU READ THAT RIGHT, TWENTY TWO THOUSAND IN ATTENDANCE SATURDAY NIGHT!!)
  • The students performed with former David Letterman Night Show Band Trumpet Player AL CHEZ!!!
  • Several students from Wilson, Honey Creek, and South performed in the nearly 500 piece band!!!

2016 Fall Homecoming Court

Freshmen Attendants
Migena Ramadani
Lexi Swan

Sophomore Attendants
Anna Dubois
Apsara Sakbun

Junior Attendants
Gretchen Anne Etling
Maggie Mullican

Junior Crownbearer
Kate Grabowski

Senior Candlelighters
Maddy Crapo
Maria Martinez

Senior Attendants
Hanna Gage
Molly Essig

Queen
Isabelle Findley

2016 Fall Homecoming

Welcome Back Braves!

Welcome back to the greatest high school in Indiana! Lets make this year the best one yet.
Today Is A Great Day To Be A South Brave

New Lunch Prices Starting This Year

Adult Lunch $3.35
Student Lunch $2.75
Adult Breakfast $1.75
Student Breakfast $1.25
Reduced Lunch $.40
Reduced Breakfast $.30
New meal prices

TEAM National Competition Formerly JETS

7/9/16 Congratulations to the Terre Haute South Vigo High School Science TEAMS who competed at National Competition in the Gaylord Resort, Nashville, Tennessee, June 28-July 1, 2016. Both TEAM A and TEAM B competed in the written essay, prepared presentation, and problem solving during the three day event. The South Science TEAMS won Overall Champions in the Regional TEAMS competition held on the Rose-Hulman University campus on February 18, 2016. TEAM B placed 2nd in the State of Indiana while TEAM A placed 3rd.
The TEAMS are coached by Mrs. Melanie Huber, South Science Department Chair, AP/A Chemistry teacher and Mr. Grant Tryon, Biology teacher.

Pictures are attached:  TEAM A from left to right front row Mr. Grant Tryon, Chaman Kumar, Harleen Kaur, Maria Martinez, Mrs. Melanie Huber; from left to right second row Luke Yeagley, John Dalloul, Christopher Ray TEAM B from left to right front row Mrs. Melanie Huber, Zoe Douglas, Sakshi Rathod, Mr. Grant Tryon from left to right second row Sophia Royeca, Jacob Carson, Maddy Jaeger.
TEAM B
TEAM A

Student Council Officers 2016

2016 Student Council Officers:
President-Anna Liebermann
Vice President-Molly Essig
Secretary -Marriah McKillop
Treasurer-Emily Liebermann

Terre Haute South-Home of Mr./Ms. Science and Mr./Ms. Math

Terre Haute South is proud to announce we have had two more statewide Mr. and Ms. Science Award winners.  Thank you to the Science Department led by Mrs. Melanie Huber, we can proudly say that we have the 2016 Mr. and Mrs. Science for Indiana. The winners are Ms. Tinyue Cui and Mr. Sabin Karki.  With this award, they are the top two Science students in Indiana.
Sabine and Rita
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ATTENTION JUNIORS

ATTENTION JUNIORS***
This notice is to inform you about a significant change in the Wabash Valley Community Foundation Scholarship Program. The WVCF provides nearly 40 scholarships to Vigo County students, including the Eli Lilly Scholarship which provides full tuition to any Indiana College or University. The application process is done online and letters of recommendation must be done online, as well. The significant change is in the time frame by which to complete this application. The time frame is July 15th through August 22nd. Once the deadline is reached, they will no longer accept applications. The website to apply is: www.wvcf.com.

Terre Haute South Welcomes Our Three Newest Hall of Distinction Members

Here are the newest members of the Hall of Distinction. 

Milan Chakraborty  was a member of the Terre Haute South class of 1996. He resides today in Los Angeles, California .  He is Head of Production of Attic Line Films, an independent multimedia film production located in Hollywood and has workedfor Warner Brothers and New Line Cinema.  Chakraborty’s credits include work on Superman Returns; V For Vendetta; One Tree Hill; Batman Begins; Dukes of Hazzard;And The Lifeguard, starring Kristen Bell.  He has attended multiple Sundance and Cannes film festivals.

Captain Christopher Mills, United States Navy, graduated from South High School in 1987.  He is currently the Military Assistant to the Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Information Operations at the Pentagon.  After serving his initial fleet tour with the navy’s Elite Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron, Captain Mills became an instructor in weapons and tactics.  He developed and implemented joint fighter/helicopter maritime and support procedures and also served as a naval liaison to the United States Army’s 6th Cavalry supporting the defense of South Korea.  Captain has been awarded numerous personal awards including the Defense Meritorious Service Medal.

Stephen Morris, PhD was a member of the Terre Haute South class of 1976. His efforts have established him as a leader in the fight against chemical, biological and nuclear terrorism.  He currently is the Senior Director of Program Management and Ebola Vaccine Development for NewLink Genetics and Bio-Protection Systems.  In addition to his work developing a vaccine for the Ebola virus, Dr. Morris has been active in the development of vaccines for smallpox and anthrax and served as the senior scientist and project team leader in efforts to provide protections against the plague. He resides today in Rockville, Maryland.

Attention Parents

On our parents tab, we now have a page featuring all Terre Haute South faculty's emails.
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Faculty-New Sign In/Out Sheet

Mrs. Luna-Schatz has created a new sign in sheet for your classrooms. Feel free to use it.
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New Website Administration

Please send all website questions, announcements, etc. to Ed Jarvis, edj@vigoschools.org

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