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Siegel High School Hootsuite Student Program Secured

Siegel High School Social Media and Analytics teacher Tristan Brown has secured the Hootsuite Student Program at Siegel by networking with the CEO of Hootsuite. This program, typically reserved for higher education, is a way for Siegel high schoolers to attain the Tennessee state approved certifications for Marketing at no cost to the student or the school, a savings of $300 for each individual. The students will be preparing for the industry recognized Hootsuite Platform and Hootsuite Social Media Marketing certifications through the Social Media and Analytics class. Siegel is the first high school in Rutherford County to be approved for the program and will be working with the other high schools in the county to secure the same partnership.

Pictured are last year’s recipients Emilio Vernon, Nolen Swayze, and Sophie Golliver. Not pictured: Lauralee Richardson and Ben Shind.

For more information about Social Media and Analytics at Siegel or the Hootsuite Student Program, contact Tristan Brown at brownt@rcschools.net.

Online Enrollment for students new to Rutherford County

This online enrollment process should only be used for students who are new to Rutherford County Schools. If you have any questions, please email Teresa Hardwick (hardwickt@rcschools.net) or Stephanie Murray (murrays@rcschools.net).

Summer Reading Assignments

ALL students are REQUIRED to complete summer reading assignments. Each grade level and course has its own reading assignments and work to be completed. Click to find your summer reading assignments ...

New Student Orientation

Click here for all of your details about new student orientation on August 8 including schedules, tour times, and information related to Siegel High School for the upcoming school year.

Free Meals for Students

Rutherford County Schools will provide breakfast, lunch for students, families in need while district is closed over concerns related to COVID-19

Visit the Siegel Spirit Shop online!

Siegel is proud to offer online Siegel merchandise shopping at our Siegel Spirit Shop. Once you click on an item, be sure to check out all the designs specific to alumni, individual clubs, and sports. Click the link above to shop!

Siegel Adds New Humanities Academy

Develop skills wanted by today's employers and the careers that are available to students strong in the fine arts and humanities. Click for more info.

Work Ethic Distinction Applications Due May 1st

Work Ethic Distinction applications will be due on May 1st!  Here is a link to the PDF application:  
https://rutherfordworks.com/images/WED-_Work_Ethic_Distinction_TriFold_Final_2019-2020.pdf

Click for info on how to get proof that you will need to submit.

Summer CNA Certification

This June, Siegel High School's Jennifer Bettag, RN, BSN, will be leading a month-long Certified Nursing Assistants class for Rutherford County Schools' May 2020 Health Science Pathway graduates. The class is limited to fifteen applicants. Click for more information and a link to the application.

Work Ethic Distinction

Applications for the Work Ethic Distinction for seniors are due no later than March 27, 2020. Do not wait until the last minute to try to collect all the supporting documents you need for this graduation distinction! Click to download the application brochure. These can be turned in to Guidance, Ms. Johnson in room 820, or Mrs. Andersen in room 706.

Congratulations to Siegel Explorer Student

We would like to recognize Siegel student Iziah Maxwell for his successful participation in the Rutherford County Sheriff's Explorers organization. He recently competed in the regional Boy Scouts Winterfest in Gatlinburg where he and his teammates placed 9th in Felony Stops. Click to see their story on WGNS.

Work-Based Learning Applications Available!

Current juniors/2020-21 seniors that meet the academic, attendance, and discipline criteria (outlined in the attached application) will be allowed to participate in Work-Based Learning next year.

This is a tremendous opportunity for senior students to work or intern in a field of study that will potentially help achieve their career goals. Rutherford Works will assist in locating work environments to match students in their selected program of study in high school. Applications are due Friday, February 7 and can be turned into guidance or to Mrs. Andersen in room 706. Any questions, email andersens@rcschools.net

WIDA Assessment - ELL Students

All current ELL students will be taking the WIDA (World-Class Instructional Design & Assessment) tests during the testing window from Feb. 18 - March 27.

Siegel Writing Lab is now open!

Mrs. Edwards and her writing tutors have now opened a writing lab where students can come receive assistance with writing assignments. Students can make appointments before or after school, during PI Time, or during their lunch period. Click here to sign up for an appointment ...

January Digital Citizenship Newsletter

Learn how to identify internet hoaxes and fake news! Check out this month's Digital Citizenship Newsletter ... email Mrs. Cing if you have any questions. Complete the activities by January 30 to be entered into the drawing for a Chick-Fil-A gift card!

Congratulations to Siegel Model UN!

From Nov. 23 - 25, Siegel Model UN competed at the Southeastern High School Model United Nations Conference (SHSMUN) against 650 students representing over 70 country delegations.  Our "super delegation" of Belgium was awarded 3rd Best Delegation at the conference!  We also had two students win "Best Delegate" and three students win "Honorable Mentions" within their respective committees. Click to continue reading ...
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