Battle of the Books
BoB Website -- Battle of the Books is a fun way to read great books and compete in teams with your friends. It's all about reading some really great books!
Each year a list of 20 books is complied. You, along with your teammates, are encouraged to read all the books and learn the titles and authors. In February you have the option of competing against schools from around the state to determine who knows the books best. But the winning isn't the point; the point is to read some great books and be able to talk about them with the people you know. Questions about BoB? Ask Mrs. Hueg or Ms. Olson in the library
For information about the drama productions that will be happening this year, please contact Ms. Arnold.
The fall musical All Shook Up will be holding auditions Thurs 8/23, Mon 8/27 & Tues 8/28. Sign up for a time slot using this form.
Drivers Ed Website -- For any and all information related to the St. Croix Central Driver's Education program, please visit our website. If you have questions, please contact one of the Driver's Education instructors.
Oct/Nov 2018, and Mar/Apr 2019.
FBLA - Future Business Leaders of America
Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs."
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- Learning to Do
- Doing to Learn
- Earning to Live
- Living to Serve
These very few words are filled with depth and design for the future of our students and what the St. Croix Central can do for our community. The National FFA Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. These members are not alone as we look back at past FFA members and where they are today.
FCCLA Webpage -- For information about FCCLA, please contact Ms. Hawkins.
Forensics is a wonderful opportunity for our students to express themselves through theater, debate, and speech. Students are able to practice speaking to groups of people in a structured manner with a distinct purpose: to inform, to influence, or to entertain.
See one of the ELA teachers for more information!
National Honor Society
Juniors at SCC who have a 3.6 cumulative GPA or better are eligible for probationary membership in National Honor Society. Qualified students provide two semesters of service in addition to maintaining high standards in scholarship, leadership, and character. Primary service projects include the Red Cross Bloodmobile and GRASP tutoring at the middle school. Additional projects may include helping with events at the American Heritage Center and the St. Croix Electric Breakfast Meeting. In April, students write an essay in which they clarify how they have demonstrated the organization’s ideals. A faculty committee determines which students become full members of National Honor Society.
For more information please contact Mr. Kimberly.
Prom Webpage -- Prom is held every April as a wonderful chance for students to enjoy and celebrate making it through the school year.
For more information or to help plan prom, please contact Ms. Hawkins.
Panther Pizza & Panther Catering
Contact Ms. Hawkins for more information.
For information about the Robatics Team, please contact Mr. Wenzel.
For information about Science Olympiad, please contact Ms. Hinzman.
Student Senate plans various events during the school year and provides a voice for the student body.
If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact Mr. Buckel.