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Administrative Office Hours:

6:30am- 4:00pm Weekdays

2016-2017 School Year

Two-Hour Late Arrival Professional Development Days

Approved July 25, 2016




Students will attend school on a 2-hour delay schedule on the dates below. 


Approved Dates

· August 23, 2016

· September 20, 2016

· October 18, 2016

· November 15, 2016

· January 17, 2017

· February 14, 2017



In order to keep up with 21st century educational strategies, Shenandoah will provide training for staff members six (6) times throughout the 2016-2017 school year using a two-hour late arrival format.  The plan would be to offer topics relevant to our biggest needs on the 2016-2017 Professional Development Plan.  Staff members would participate in various trainings each month that would be differentiated for their individual professional growth. 


The primary goals of the professional development will be technology integration, curriculum alignment, effective data usage, and active engagement/best practice strategies. 

News Release-SSC Online Registration for 2016-2017


Registration for all returning students to Shenandoah School Corporation will be conducted online beginning July 11, 2016.  Parents will be able to register through the individual school Harmony website.  All state and Shenandoah School Corporation forms required for registration are available online.

All returning students will need their Harmony 3 Family information to register.  While the usernames and passwords remain the same as last year, all parents/guardians should have received an email during the week of June 20 – 24 confirming the information.  Any parent/guardian who does not receive the email containing a username and password or has questions about online registration should contact the building principal beginning Monday, July 11, 2016. 

Online registration may be completed from any computer with internet access.  Any parent/guardian who does not have internet access or would prefer to receive assistance with the process is encouraged to register at the building level on the following dates:  July 26 or 27, 2016.  Times for registration will be 8:00 to 11:00 AM and 1:00 to 3:00 PM both days with evening hours on Wednesday the 27th from 6:00 to 8:00 PM.  All new SHS students will need to call the school for an appointment and bring a copy of their certified birth certificate and immunization records for registration.  SES and SMS new students please attend July 26 or 27, 2016 to register.

Student schedules or class assignments will be available online beginning July 18, 2016.  Schedule changes for current high school students may be made at the high school on July 26 or 27.  The guidance office will be open on registration dates during posted times.  Payment for textbooks and fees is expected at the time of registration.  Payment may be made online using a credit card or debit card.

Free and reduced breakfast/lunches are available through federal programs in the schools for those who qualify.  The criteria and application are available through online registration.  Please complete only one application per family.  Families that have received a letter indicating that they have qualified for free and reduced lunch via Direct Certification do not need to complete an application.

Best wishes for a great 2016-2017 school year!


Shenandoah School Corporation


Shenandoah Elementary School


Shenandoah Middle School  


Shenandoah High School


Congratulations to the students, teachers, and staff at SHENANDOAH HIGH SCHOOL for once again being named an IDOE Four Star School. This latest recognition is for the 2014-15 school year.

The dedication to student achievement displayed throughout all of our schools contributes to the success of our high school students.


Dear Parent/Guardian:


The Indiana State Department of Health Immunization Division annually reviews and updates the immunizations required for school entry.  Changes to the 2016-2017 School Immunization Requirements are as follows:


1.   Two (2) doses of Hepatitis A vaccine (Hep A) are required for all students entering kindergarten or first grade.

2.   One (1) dose of a meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MCV4) and one (1) dose of TDap is required for ALL students in grades 6 through 11.

3.   One (1) booster dose of meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MCV4) is required for ALL students in grade 12.


What this means for your student is that they will need to receive one more meningitis vaccine prior to the start of the 2016-2017 school year.  Proof of immunization MUST be received prior to the first day of school.  This proof may be turned in at any time during the current school year or during registration for the 2016-2017 school year.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 354-6636.





Cindy Crume, RN

Shenandoah School Corporation

Non-Resident Student Admission Information
 The Shenandoah School Corporation (SSC) is currently accepting requests to transfer to Shenandoah from Out of District (Transfer) Students for the
2016-2017 school year.   


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  1. Empower principals, teachers, and other school leaders, to escalate instructional effectiveness and literacy in all classrooms.


  1. Increase rigor and students’ Depth of Knowledge (DOK) through learning and application with continued curriculum alignment, mapping, and the use of formative/summative assessments and data analysis to ensure mastery of the College and Career Readiness Standards.


  1. Increase the number of students who complete AP and Dual Credit courses and earn college credit.


  1. Promote student safety, bullying prevention and good citizenship through character education, student programs, and consistent modeling of respect for others.


  1. Increase effective use of technology in instruction, communication, and access to information.


  1. Continue to implement financial efficiencies that reflect funding realities through the Indiana Department of Education, Indiana General Assembly, the office of the Governor, and Henry County for 2017-2018.





Meeting students where they are and leading them forward…every student, every day.



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