Submitted by Debbie Gilchrist

Shelbyville ISD to Host Fish Camp

July 13, 2015 - Please mark your calendars for Thursday, August 06, 2015. This is the date for FISH Camp (freshmen orientation.) All Shelbyville High School incoming freshmen and their parents/guardians are encouraged to attend this orientation. The orientation will begin at 12:00 p.m. in the Shelbyville Cafetorium and should conclude at approximately 2:00 p.m.

Shelbyville HS Softball All-District Selections

May 19, 2015 - Shelbyville HS Softball had a good year and it showed in the members selected for All-District honor.  Members of the Shelbyville Softball teams elected are:

Defensive MVP: Ali Baty

Offensive MVP: Caleigh Sparks

All District 1st Team:  Chesnie Sullivan, Harlie Hagler, Bailey Rabalais, Kamaryn Smith

All District 2nd Team: Blaire Deal, Hannah Hall, Kalie Vaughn

All District Honorable Mention: Belinda Bohannon, Tristin Wilburn

State Bound Shelbyville HS Track Teams

May 4, 2015 - The following Shelbyville High School students will compete in the UIL State Track & Field Meet in Austin, TX on May 15-16, 2015

State Qualifiers
Mikel Carter - Pole Vault
Keonna Osby - 400m, 800m and 4x400 Relay
Belinda Bohannon - 4x200 Relay
Daisy Cartwright - 4x200 Relay and 4x400 Relay
Kyra Ross - 4x200 Relay and 4x400 Relay
Cleosha Jeter - Triple Jump, 4x200 Relay and 4x400 Relay
Bailey Rabalais - Discus

**Regional Champions at the Region III -AA Track Meet

Shelbyville Regional Track Qualifiers

April 30, 2015 - Several Shelbyville HS students qualified for the Region 3-2A Track Meet to be held in Palestine, TX on May 1-2, 2015.

Regional Qualifers are TaVion Barnes, Corey Bearden, Jeron Boykins, Mikel Carter, Malik Cartwright, Terrell Cartwright, Kal Metcalf, Dee Osby, Belinda Bohannon, Daisy Cartwright, Cleosha Jeter, Kyra Ross, Keonna Osby, Bailey Rabalais and Catasia Walker.

Shelbyville ISD to Hold Project Graduation

May 27, 2015 - Shelbyville High School will be holding Project Graduation this year on May 29, 2015. Project Graduation is an all night event honoring graduates that are drug and alcohol free. It provides a safe alternative for graduates who might otherwise be partying. It keeps graduates off the roads, prevents them from becoming an accident statistic, and give their parent ease of knowing their son/daughter is safely celebrating.

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