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Quarters Wanted!

Key Club is rallying the student body to collect as many quarters as possible. All funds go towards the addition of fitness equipment to the Diamond Trail.
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The Redskin Rewards Program (RRP) has been up and running for a couple of weeks now and today we were proud to present Paige with this TV as the grand prize of the 1st Marking Period!
Students earn membership into the program based on their grades, attendance, and behavior. Each marking period we look at these factors and establish new members. We have Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze levels but all students in the program have an equal chance at the prizes.
Each week we give away three small prizes and each month we plan to give away two $50 gift cards. The 1st Marking Period’s Grand Prize was the TV you see below. These prizes and other benefits we have for RRP members have been made possible by generous donations from several area businesses and from the Sandusky Kiwanis group. Much thanks to them all for their generous support of our students! If you would like to make a donation to this program you can contact the school at (810) 648-3401.
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College Night

Sandusky High School, October 23 @6:00-7:30Free Admission. Come and talk with college recruiters including representation from the armed forces.
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SHS Students Win Silver Lining Youth Awards

We are proud of our SHS Students. The student body received the Silver Lining Crystal Award for outstanding youth group in the community for bringing the Moving Wall to this community. Kristyn Franzel received the Crystal Award for outstanding youth individual for her work with the Moving Wall, blood drives, and Food 4 Friends. Josh Gomez was recognized as an outstanding youth individual for building the Fireman's Memorial in Sandusky and various other projects. Congratulations to all of the individuals and groups honored at the Sanilac County Community Foundation Silver Lining Awards!
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Dress Down Fund = $$$ Redskin Rewards

SHS teachers donated $500 of their 'dress down fund' to the new Redskin Rewards Program. The rewards program is just starting this year and its goal is to celebrate students who are improving their studies and character in and out of the classroom.
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