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Cheerleader Farewells at Senior Night
The Senior boys' basketball players and cheerleaders said goodbye at their last home basketball game on Friday, February 28. The boys played Seymour and the end score of the game was 61-53, Seymour. The Seniors were recognized in between games. At halftime the Senior cheerleaders and non-Senior cheerleaders had a little party for the Seniors. The Senior cheerleaders got to open the presents they received and give out their letters to the other non-Senior cheer members. Jennifer Coffman said, “This class will forever be missed.”
Silver Creek Theatre: The Drowsy Chaperone
The next exciting installment for Silver Creek Theatre's 2013-2014 season is "The Drowsy Chaperone". "The Drowsy Chaperone" features a character named "Man in Chair" who acts as a narrator and explains certain scenes and songs in the show. He is playing it as a record in his living room and the charaters are alive in his world but he is not alive in their world. He helps guide the audience through the show and provides some comic relief as well. "The Drowsy Chaperone" plot line is mostly about a bride named Janet Van De Graaf (who is a show girl) and her wedding. Among the chaos of one wedding four others happen by the end of the show, Feldizieg the producer is trying to stop the wedding or else he won't have a leading lady for his show. The real plot of the story is trying to keep the wedding from happening. It really is a great and comical show. Everyone who sees it will enjoy the show! Mr. Richmond, our director wants to make this the best show in Silver Creek Theatre history.
"The Drowsy Chaperone" opens March 7, 2014. The tag line of "The Drowsy Chaperone" is "mix ups, mayhem and a happy wedding!" If you actually watch the show you will know why the writers and producers chose that as the tag line. Just trust me. This will be the best show SC Theatre has ever put on; if you go see it you won't be disappointed.
This year, Silver Creek Theatre's motto is "Excellence". Everything we do has to be done out of excellence.
We may not be the richest theatre department around but we make do with what we have. You won't find a more dedicated, passionate, or determined group of students than those here at Silver Creek. We all love the department and love being in shows and doing whatever it takes to make sure the show is the best it can be, and we are above all proud of the shows we do and the work we put into each show. You can see how much the students love the department and how much passion they have.
The parents in the department also have dedication. All the sets are built by Mike French, who is a dedicated theatre parent, and the help of the technical theatre kids on the weekends. We all sacifice so much for this department and seeing the shows be the best they can be is all the payment we need. If you see the show, enjoy it!
Swimming Dragons Make It To Sectional Finals
On Saturday, February 22, the Silver Creek boy's swim team's 200 Freestyle Relay swam for the podium in the 2014 Swim Sectionals, hosted by Floyd Central High School. The boys relay finished in 8th place over all, finishing in a finals position. The relay consisted of Drew Dewitt, So., Jacob Fetter, Jr., Quinten Lyninger So., and Trevor Teague, Jr. The boys stated, "Our goal for this year was to finally swim in the finals for sectionals, and we are excited to say we've made it." They say they plan on improving for next year.
History Classes Review "The Monuments' Men"
The Silver Creek History
Silver Creek High Theatre Presents: THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
Winner of 5 Tony Awards and 5 Drama Desk Awards!
In a loving send-up of the frivolously inconsequential stage musicals of the Jazz Age, a fan known only as Man in Chair gives a spin to the original cast recording of one such musical, providing the audience with amusing minutiae about the play and the players.
The show features an award winning cast of SC Theatre students, and it’s sure to keep people of all ages rolling with laughter from start to finish! Seniors, Micah Landers, Derek Sheffield, John Riley Billings and Hannah Grimes lead this talented cast with enthusiastic zeal!
Don’t miss out on this outrageous performance!!
TWO WEEKENDS ONLY!!
Friday March 7th/14 @ 7:30
We are also happy to announce our excitement for our upcoming production of JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT. With a cast of over 50 students, Joseph is sure to be a hit! Joseph runs April 17, 18, 19!
For more information or to reserve tickets, visit silvercreektheatre.com or call the box office at 812-246-7440.
Remainder of 2013-2014 SC Theatre Season
Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Rome and Juliet
Silver Creek Heart Club
The Silver Creek Heart Club recently held a fundraiser to assist people suffering from luekemia and lymphoma. The program is called Pennies for Patients. The club managed to gather up to $250 for the program. They did this by selling Sunkist and Grape Crush sodas for Valentines Day to students for their special someone. Christian Prather, co-coordinator says about the fundraiser "it feels awesome to be a part of such a great cause."
Pon de Relay
It's that time of year again - time to buckle down for the fundraising efforts for the Clark County Relay for Life!
Each year, hundreds of people gather together at the Clark County Relay for Life, to celebrate a year of hard work to raise funds for the American Cancer Society. Attendees also remember those who have lost their battles with cancer as well as to vow to fight back for future patients of various forms of cancer.
Silver Creek High School students have sold shirts in the past as well as held Common Chord, which is a musical event to raise money for their Relay for Life team. However, this year, the SCHS Relay for Life team will be selling T-shirts, sweatshirts, and stadium fleece blankets in addition to the Common Chord fundraiser. The Relay for Life team will be selling t-shirts for $10, sweatshirts for $15, and blankets for $25 each. There will be an additional $2 fee for XL sizes in shirts and sweatshirts.
"I think sellings the blankets would be a really great idea," said Mynda Graham, SCHS senior. "It's something different."
The crest logo was designed by Silver Creek sophomore Logan Wells.
Order forms will be available in all Silver Creek schools. For more information, please contact Ms. Neal, SCHS Relay for Life sponsor, at email@example.com. Orders are due no later than Friday, March 21.
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Silver Creek High School
Principal: Mike Crabtree
Asst. Principal and Athletic Director: Larry Richmer
Counselors: Mark Rieger and Vicki Stoffregen
Fri, Mar. 14
Drowsy Chaperone - Auditorium - 7:30pm
Sat, Mar. 15
Boys' Basketball Regional - SC vs Greensburg - Washington HS - 10:00am
Drowsy Chaperone - Auditorium - 7:30pm
Sun, Mar. 16
Drowsy Chaperone - Auditorium - 3:00pm
Mar. 22 - 30
Mon, Mar. 31
4th Nine Weeks Begins - School in Session