Solon High School - Information
Solon High School Information
Below you will find documents, links and other information related to Solon High School.
- SHS Parent/Student Handbook
- SCSD Healthy Relationships - Belief Statement
- SHS Reassessment Schedule
- SCSD Attendance Procedure
- SHS Course Planning Guide
- SHS Master Schedule (2016-2017)
- SHS Bell Schedule
- Virtual Backpack
- High School Supply List
- Physical Form
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Standards-Based Grading (SBG)
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Driver Education Information
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Solon Secondary Schools PTO
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All Silver Cord projects MUST show a real benefit to members of your community.
BEFORE BEGINNING ANY PROJECT, TURN IN A PROPSAL FORM, OR AT LEAST CONTACT YOUR SILVER CORD ADVISOR.
This program has been designed to provide you, the high school student, with opportunities to give back to your community. If you participate for 125 hours as a student at Solon High School, you will earn the honor of wearing a silver cord during your graduation ceremony.
What is Service Learning?
Service Learning should provide real benefit to members of your community. Service Learning is, in many ways, like volunteering in and around your community. The differences are that you will be documenting your participation by providing to the Silver Cord committee a proposal that includes the names of the person/s or agency for which you volunteered so that they can confirm your efforts. You will also keep a reflective journal describing the tasks you perform and what you learn by doing the project.
Why should I participate?
Helping others is something that can give you a feeling of great satisfaction and accomplishment. Additionally, many scholarship, grant, college and employment applications require you to provide documentation concerning your volunteer experiences. The Silver Cord program is your opportunity to do this.
Silver Cord Committee and Class Facilitators
- Mr. Thompson, Counselor (General)
- Mrs. Foster, Office (General)
- Mrs. Cannon (2016/2020)
- Sra. Gilroy (2017/2021)
- Mrs. Lane (2014/2018)
- Ms. Nielsen (2015/2019)