Taylor High School
Taylor High School student delegates to Hoosier State have been selected. They will spend a week in June at Trine University in Angola, where they will study Indiana government. Besides seminars, they will participate in rallies and elections, learning hands-on..
Shown are Girls State (left to right) Rebecca Foesch, Cheyenne De Hart, & Destiny Booth. Shown for Boys State are Brody Ireland, Cameron Smallwood, & Sean Davis, also coordinator Mr. Short.
**Volleyball will begin its workouts Monday, June 3rd from 1-230pm in the THS gym. If you are interested in playing volleyball next year, you should plan on being at workouts on Monday.
*Lockers not cleaned out by the end of the day on Friday will be cleaned out the following Monday and all items, except for books belonging to the school, will be disposed of.
*Lunch accounts must be paid in full by the end of the day on Friday.
*Summer football workouts begin Monday, June 3rd in the Taylor Weight Room at 4:30pm. Football workouts to follow. Don't be late!
*Boys' and Girls' Basketball summer workouts begin Monday, June 3rd at 3pm in the gym. Weightlifting to follow."
*Need supplies? Pencils, pens, paper, poster board, highlighters, markers, a ruler?We have them for sale in the high school office. Everything under $1.
Student Information and Activities
*Summer school will be held June 4th through June 27th, 2019. Attendance is mandatory. Students may not miss more than eight total hours to remain eligible for credit. Class times are 8:00am to 12:15pm Monday through Friday with 15 minute break at 10:00am. Students may register for one course only during summer session. The Class of 2020 & 2021 may enroll in Economics and the Class of 2020 may enroll in US Government. To reserve a seat in one of the classes, please see Mrs. Smith in the counseling office to complete a registration form. Payment is required at the time of sign-up to hold a seat. Registration is first come first serve until maximum number is met per sections. The fee to attend summer session is $10, which includes student book rental and the cost of consumables. All Plato credit recovery courses are $50. Please note, fees are nonrefundable.
*REDHOT Scott’s Driving academy is offering classes for the summer of 2018/2019.They offer an Internet Driver Education Class Option - AAA’s “How to Drive” for those students unable to attend our Traditional Classes. Students must be 15 years old by the start of training. The six one hour drives for both In-Classroom training, and the Internet training, will be scheduled by the Academy at a later date. Those interested, may call at 765-453-5665Office Location 1201 West Alto Rd, Suite 9 Kokomo, IN.
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