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.
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.
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.
Click here for freshman orientation information.
Siegel FFA will be opening the greenhouse for our annual spring plant sale beginning April 8th! Please see the attached flyer for a list of available plants and greenhouse hours.
Presented by the Siegel High Choral Department
March 17, 18, 19, and 21
@ 7:00 p.m.
March 20 @ 3 p.m.
Tickets available at the door for all performances.
Tickets $15/adults $8/students
Siegel High has a student led Stock and Investment Club. Anyone interested in learning about how the stock market works and wanting to join the team, come out to our Tuesday morning meetings.
Email Mrs.LaDuc if you have questions.
Juniors, click here to access the permission slip allowing you to leave after the ACT on 3/1.
Seniors, click here to access the permission slip and reflection form for job shadowing day on March 1.
We are so proud for the Siegel Store for achieving the highest level of recognition for our store’s operation. Students wrote and submitted a 50 page document/paper to prove exceptional understand of Entrepreneurship and running a small business to achieve this certification.
Junior students should have received an email about sign ups for ACT bootcamps that are coming up in the next few weeks. Please use the link in your email to register for sessions. The schedule is also attached here for all sessions.
Make plans to attend the 1st Black History Musical Celebration Program on Thursday night (2/10) at 7 PM sponsored by the Siegel High School choir. See the attached program as well.
Click here to access documents about work based learning and applications for next year. Contact Stacie Andersen for more information.
Need a little extra help understanding your classes? Request a tutor here! Check your school email for your assigned tutor!
The TCAP Family Portal will be available on July 30 for families of students who participated in the Spring 2021 TCAP administration.
On the TCAP Family Portal, families can find detailed, personalized, information about their student’s progress and what to do next. In the TCAP Family Portal, you can:
get immediate, on-demand access to your student’s state test results via your phone or computer,
track your student’s progress over time with the “Test History” feature;
learn the areas where your student demonstrated strengths and the areas where they can grow; and
find clear next steps to help your student improve.
Families can register for the portal at familyreport.tnedu.gov with their student’s state ID number. The state ID, which is also referred to as a USID, is located on the top left-hand corner of the printed score report. Data from the Spring 2021 window will be available in the portal Friday, July 30 for TCAP and Friday, August 20 for TCAP-Alternate.
Please click the link to review the senior information sheet with important information and upcoming events.
This is a great opportunity to support the Dolly Parton Imagination Library through Books from Birth. Click the link for more details.
Please click here to access our EOC testing calendar.
Please view the presentation and resources for more information on internet and smartphone safety.