Daily Bulletin

Signature School Bulletin for Tuesday, October 16, 2018

College Rep Visits A representative from USI will be here on Tuesday, October 16 and a representative from DePauw University will be here on Friday, October 19. College visits take place during lunch in room 203. Sign up sheets are in the office.


Haiti CAS Project Looking for community service hours? Heart 2 Heart with Haiti, which creates self-sustaining businesses in the country, needs help on October 16th and 17th from 3:30-4:30 in Mr. Darnell’s room. Volunteers will cut magazines that will be used in Haiti to create jewelry. If you have any questions, ask Mariel Cox or Jack Watson.


Boo at the Zoo Community Service Mesker Park Zoo is in need of volunteers for their Boo at the Zoo. Please check the bulletin board for times and dates.


Community Service Opportunity The Dunigan YMCA is having their harvest fest on Oct. 27 from 5 pm to 8pm. They are in need of 30 volunteers. Please sign up today on the bulletin board.


Signal Meeting This Signal will meeting at Lunch Tuesday in 601


International Cookbooks The Signature School International Cookbooks are here!!! If you preordered a book, or would like to purchase one, the PTSA will be in the lobby after school on Wednesday and Thursday this week. The cookbooks are $12. Checks can be made out to Signature School PTSA.


Spirit Week Next week is spirit week, with themes every day leading up to Fall Fling. Monday is Icon Day, Tuesday is Rivalry Day, Wednesday is Weird Trend Day, Thursday is 80s Throwback, and Friday is, of course, class colors! Flyers will be posted in the stairwells and elevators. Be sure to send a picture of your submission to a member of the spirit week committee, and the grade with the most winners at the end of the week will earn an extra point for fall fling.


Victory Doors Please be sure to check the Victory doors when you come and go into the building. With the weather changing, the doors may not close completely on their own. PLEASE DOUBLE CHECK TO MAKE SURE THE DOORS CLOSE PROPERLY on your way in and out of the Victory so that we can keep the building safe.


Art Club There is an Art Club Meeting this Wednesday during Lunch in Mr. Nelson's room.


Halloween Dance Don’t be a ghoul, come to the Halloween dance on Friday, October 26th. The dance will be at Party Central from 7:00pm to 10:00 pm. For security reasons, please remember that no masks are permitted.


Boys Golf There will be a boys golf meeting directly after school Wednesday, October 17th in Mr. Ethridge's room, 505. We will be discussing preparations for Main Street Attraction.


Pride Club There will be a Pride Club meeting at lunch today in Mr. Bullington's room (room 401). We will be discussing Main Street Attraction. Everyone is welcome!


Main Street Marketing Main Street Marketing Lunch-and-Learn is tomorrow! Bring your lunch and learn about the marketing contest at Main Street where you club could win $20, $30 or $40! If you attend the class, individuals can also win some yummy door prizes like free MOD pizza!


Mock Trial Mock Trial will be meeting in Room 505 after school.


Conservation Club Conservation Club will be holding a planting day on Wednesday the 17th from 3:30-4:30 in Mrs. Ahmed’s room for the succulents that will be sold at Main Street.


German Club Listen up all members of the German club! Main street attraction sign-ups have been posted on Frau Dus’ door. Please sign up for shifts!


Attention Mrs. Ahmed’s AP Environmental Science classes:


3rd period: Line up in the lobby at 12:05 for a brisk walk to the library. You may leave all of your things here.


4th period: come to the lobby and line up immediately after 3rd period. You may bring all of your things and will be dismissed from the library!


Science Center If you are arriving at school before the Science Center opens, you should come to the Main Building instead of waiting outside for a teacher to flip the sign. We have noticed that students are lingering around the doors of the Science Center waiting for it to open, but you shouldn't be waiting outside unsupervised, especially with the weather getting colder and the mornings staying darker longer. Come to the Main Building for the first 15-30 minutes of arriving to school, then walk over with a friend once the Science Center opens.


Main Street Attraction Silent Auction As you know, Main Street is coming soon, and the PTSA holds a silent auction every year with some amazing items. This year we have everything from a 6 month family YMCA membership, to a stay at the French Lick Resort, just to name a few. Because we realize that not everyone can make it to the actual event, we are holding online bidding on the Signature PTSA Facebook page starting Sunday evening at 8:00 pm and closing on Thursday evening at 8:00 pm. Please visit the page and check out all our fantastic items. Every penny goes right back into our school, so it's no-guilt shopping! You don't want to miss out!

In the News

5/9/18 WFIE NBC News, 'Signature School named one of country's top high schools' 

5/8/18 US News & World Report, 'See the 2018 Best Public High Schools' 

2/23/18 Evansville Courier & Press, 'IDOE names 2016-17 Four Star Schools: Did your child's school make the list?' 

12/13/17 WEHT ABC News, 'Local Lifestyles: Amani Partners Kenya' 

8/30/17 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature: Indiana's first public charter high school, turns 15' 

7/10/17 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature ranked No. 3 most challenging high school in America' 

5/1/17 US News & World Report, 'What to Know About Charter High Schools' 

4/27/17 Inside Indiana Business, 'List: Indiana Schools Among Nation's Best' 

4/26/17 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature ranked No. 1 Indiana high school' 

12/25/16 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature to update music programs with grant' 

10/15/16 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Free YMCA, Signature tutoring program expands in second year' 

4/2/16 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature School junior sees way to help others'

3/22/16 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature educator pushes himself, students to be best'

1/30/16 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature School puts spin on ‘Romeo and Juliet’ in upcoming ballet'

10/15/15 Evansville Courier & Press, "Signature School officials considering AP Capstone program'

7/16/15 Evansville Courier & Press, "Signature School student won category at National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium'

10/29/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "Signature School will switch to a full IB school with the Class of 2019'

9/30/14 U.S. Department of Education, 2014-15 National Blue Ribbon 

9/10/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "Semifinalists for 2015 National Merit Scholarships Announced'

8/20/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "Signature School teacher writes civil rights era book'

8/12/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "Gearing up for the new year: Kids, teachers say charter school fosters autonomy'

8/10/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "EDITORIAL: Signature School program prepares students for real world'

8/7/14 Evansville Courier & Press, 'For Youth of the Year recipients, Boys & Girls Club is home, other members like family'

7/23/14 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Young inventor works to change the world one piece of computer code at a time'

4/29/14 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Local high school seniors honored as Indiana Academic All-Stars'

4/2/14 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Outstanding Educators of the Year named for Vanderburgh County | VIDEO & GALLERY'

3/31/14 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Joe Nelson is on the cutting edge of curriculum at Signature School'

3/4/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "Signature School thespians gear up for play season with ‘Penzance' | PLAY SCHEDULES & VIDEO'

8/14/11 Evansville Courier & Press, "Evansville's Signature School continues to pile up accolades'

Upcoming Events

Report Cards Monday, October 15:

Quarter 1 report cards are being sent home with students Monday, October 15.

Main Street Attraction October 19:

Main Street Attraction, Signature's Street Festival and fundraiser for the PTSA and student clubs, will be 5 - 8 PM on Friday, October 19. More information is available here: Main Street Attraction 2018

College Financial Aid Night October 23:

College financial aid night for senior students and their parents and guardians will be Tuesday, October 23 from 6:30-7:30 PM in the Victory Theatre (5th floor). 

Halloween Dance Friday, October 26, 7-10:30 PM, Party Central

Fall Musical November 2 - 4:

The fall musical will be 7:30 PM on Friday, November 2 and Saturday, November 3 and 2:30 PM on Sunday, November 4 at the AIS (Old North High School) auditorium (2319 Stringtown Rd).

8th Grade & Prospective Student Open House November 5: 

The 8th Grade & Prospective Student Open House for the 2019-2020 school year will be Monday, November 5 in the Victory Theatre, 6-7:30 PM.