Daily Bulletin

Daily Bulletin - Monday, September 26, 2022

IUHPFL Are you a sophomore, junior or senior on a World Language level 3 or higher? Do you want to spend six weeks of summer 2023 in Austria, France or Spain? The Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages (IUHPFL) invites you to apply to this prestigious program ASAP! Check out the flyers around the school for more info! Talk to your language teacher about it. If you have questions, see Profe Boyle at room 310 before or after school.


Financial Aid Night Financial Aid Night has been rescheduled to Wednesday, September 28, 6:30 to 7:30. Notre Dame's financial aid assistant director, Gary Rigley, will be at the Koch Center Commons to guide seniors and their families through the FAFSA and the CSS Profile and will answer your questions about financial aid. Please register at this link to indicate how you will attend:


Resource-Sophomores Sophomore students should report directly to the Koch Center Commons at the beginning of Resource on Monday to bubble for the PSAT exam. Juniors will be called to the KC as soon as the sophomores are finished.


5th period Atkinson 5th period Mrs. Atkinson's class should report to KC101 with Mr. Nance.


Freshman Resource Attention freshmen, please report to your individual resource rooms during resource today.


Community Service Are you in need of community service hours? If so, stop by room 303 on Wednesdays after school to write in children's books for the YMCA reading program. It starts at 3:20 and goes until 4:20 after school. Sign up on the bulletin board ASAP. Contact Sophomores Claire Deardorff or Erika Barr if you have any questions.


Orgullo Hispano Do you need extra help preparing for that Spanish test, finishing up your homework, or just want to practice with fluent Spanish speakers? If so, Orgullo Hispano will be hosting Spanish tutoring on Mondays after school in room 303 until 4:30. If you have any questions feel free to contact officers: Victor Villasana, Alan Estrella, Fernanda Montalvo, or Aylin Estrella.


Bio Olympiad Attention Bio-Olympiads, there will be a team-teaching practice session during lunch on Wednesday, September 28th in Mrs. Hayden's room. Pack your lunch and join the challenge.


Sig Recycles Do you want an hour of community service? Do you enjoy helping out our Sig community? If the answer is yes, stop by Mrs. Ahmed’s room by this Thursday to sign up, and spots are limited, so it’s on a first come first serve basis. Please do not erase other people’s names. If you can not make it, make sure to talk to one of the officers or Mrs. Ahmed. If you have any questions, talk to Juniors Bri Wink, Jonathan Hruaia, Breanna Scisson, or Lynne Thissen!


College Visits College rep. visits continue this week with visits from Hanover University today, Marian University on Wednesday, and Western Kentucky University on Friday. All visits are in-person. Students should RSVP through Scoir. If you RSVP, you are expected to attend. All visits take place at lunch in Ms. Hughes’s room, KC 207. Please bring your lunch and be prompt!


Community Service Enjoy art and want an hour of community service? Join us at our card making event, Wednesday, September 28, after school until 4:20. This will take place on the third floor. Cards will be sent to Chemo Buddies and nursing homes. Please sign up on the bulletin board.


Rotary Interact Attention Rotary Interact Club Members, there will be a meeting Tuesday, September 27th in Mrs. Hayden's room during lunch. Please pack your lunch so we can begin immediately. New members are always welcome. We will discuss upcoming community service opportunities and CAS projects.


Youth Council Are you interested in an hour and a half of community service? Do you want to help raise awareness for sexual assault and dating violence in our community? Prevention Youth Council will be hosting a meeting this Tuesday, at the Central Library in Browning Room B, from 4:30-6 after school. New members are always welcome and there will be snacks. Juniors who have been interested in doing the CAS projects please plan to attend. Hope to see you there! If you have any questions, talk to junior Bri Wink.

In the News

4/26/22 US Department of Education'Education Department Announces 161 Students to be Honored as 2022 U.S. Presidential Scholars' 

4/26/22 US News & World Report, 'U.S. News Releases 2022 Best High Schools Rankings' 

4/27/21 US News & World Report, 'U.S. News Releases 2021 Best High Schools Rankings' 

4/21/20 US News & World Report, 'U.S. News Releases 2020 Best High Schools Rankings' 

8/29/19 Business Insider, 'Here are the 15 public high schools in America with the best teachers' 

6/7/19 The Washington Post, 'Signature School leaves a mark on its city and students. What does it teach the nation?' 

4/30/19 US News & World Report, 'U.S. News Releases 2019 Best High Schools Rankings' 

4/30/19 "Jay Matthews Challenge Index," 'Jay Matthews Challenge Index High School Rankings 2019' 

4/30/19 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature School ranked U.S. top 10 high school, #3 best charter school' 

11/13/18 WFIE NBC News, '$2 million Signature School Expansion Approved' 

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


Interested students and parents/guardians can join us on Thursday, October 27 from 6:30-8:00 PM in the KC Commons, 527 Main St., for an informational presentation hosted by the IUHPFL program director. Updated information about the Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages (IUHPFL) can be found here.