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3300 Siegel Road, Murfreesboro, TN 37129

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Graduation Live YouTube Link

We are excited to recognize the graduating Class of 2022 tomorrow evening at 7 pm. If you are unable to attend or have family members unable to attend we will be live steaming the ceremony.

Jumpstart Job Fair for Juniors and Seniors

Whether attending college in the fall or looking to start a career right after high school, this student job fair offers graduating seniors access to paid internships, full-time and part-time positions. High school juniors can secure work-based learning or part-time work opportunities. Copy this link to register for the event: https://bit.ly/3uzz9PD The date of the event is, May 10. See Ms. Stacie Andersen in Room 706 for more information.
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2022 Prom "Happily Ever After"

Prom tickets can be purchased on GoFan April 4-23. See link below. https://gofan.co/app/events/584767?schoolId=TN55501
Tickets can also be purchased at school during lunch April 11-22.

SIEGEL HIGH SCHOOL DECA Recognized for Outstanding School-Based Enterprise (SBE)

Siegel Store, the school-based enterprise at Siegel High School, was among 461 school-based enterprises achieving Gold Certification for 2021-2022--the only Rutherford County School this school year--and will be recognized during DECA’s International Career Development Conference in Atlanta, GA.

The Siegel High School DECA members who contributed to the certification were Hannah Dye, Ella Porth, Charity Cagle, Brookelynn Bunney, Ryan Davis, Karissa Woods, Alexandra Ortisi, and Elizabeth Russell with the assistance of their DECA chapter advisor, Emily Gulledge. Non-DECA participating members were Sarah Campbell, Vallie Evans, Olivia Johnstone, Anaya Montgomery, Tracy Shaw, Jasmine Williams, and William Jedlicki. These students wrote a fifty-page paper, proving ten standards of entrepreneurship and student-based enterprise.
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