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Summer 2020 Athletics Information for Phase 1 and Practices/Training

PRIOR to participation in on campus workouts for FALL SPORTS ONLY, an athlete MUST complete the required forms and registration on FamilyID and must complete the screening process as outlined below. If an athlete shows up for a workout and has not completed their registration on FamilyID, they will be required to leave campus and may not take part in workouts until it is completed. Coaches will be in contact with athletes in regard to assigned times for workouts, as the number allowed is less than 25 people. The first day of workouts for each NEW group will be used as an orientation to procedures and protocols in place with our athletic trainer, Tori Howard, and the coaching staff. VERY IMPORTANT: Any athlete taking part in workouts must complete their FamilyID registration NO EARLIER than 2 days prior to the first workout.  There is a form that is time sensitive and cannot be completed any earlier.  Registration will open on July 3rd, but if you are not beginning workouts on July 6th, DO NOT complete the registration early. Please see complete information linked under our athletics page by clicking the link below or Read Full Story in the alert.

Virtual Graduation Video

This is a link to our virtual graduation video produced by Bryant Media. We hope to have a copy for all graduates on August 1st. Congratulations class of 2020
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Say Something Mobile App

Sponsored by Sandy Hook Promise, the program educates secondary students, educators and administrators on how to recognize the signs and signals of individuals who may be at-risk of hurting themselves or others and encourages them to report that behavior through an anonymous reporting system. The reporting system allows administrators and law enforcement to create effective interventions and help prevent violence, suicide, bullying, self-harm and other forms of threatening behavior. Anyone can submit an anonymous tip by going to the program’s website (www.saysomething.net), calling the tipline (1-844-5-SAYNOW) or using the Say Something mobile app.
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Free Online Resources for Studnets

Thanks to a partnership with the Northwest Regional Library system, students in all Yadkin County Schools have free access to many different online resources. For more information, contact the media coordinator at SHS.
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