Cross Country Fall Classic
This past weekend the Cross Country team hosted the annual Fall Classic here at Sandy Creek. The Boys team finished 3rd behind Whitewater and McIntosh, only losing to McIntosh by two points. Connor Dial, Devin Hamill, and Nathan Eason, had top 15 finishes helping Sandy Creek beat Region Rival: Troup County. The ladies managed a 6th place finish in a field of 17 teams. Several freshman ran their fastest time of the year, Freshman include: Annalucia Yanar, Lindsay Eichhorn, Emily DeGrange, Bridgette Churbock, and Pria Patel. This year's ladies team is very young and has potential to do well late this season. The Region Championship is 6 weeks away and both the boys and girls look to make a run at a top 4 finish, which would qualify each team for state.
Theme: Neon Nights, Patriot Lights
Dance: Saturday, October 4, 2014 (7:00 - 10:30 PM) - Crowning of Homecoming King and Presentation of Homecoming Court
Tickets: $15 Pre sale $18 at the Door
Monday, October 6, 2014 - NFL Team Day
Tuesday, October 7, 2014 - Celebrity Day
Wednesday, October 8, 2014 - Super Hero Day
Thursday, October 9, 2014 - Neon Nights, Patriot Lights
Friday, October 10, 2014 - School Spirit Day
Game: Friday, October 10, 2014 (7:30 PM) versus Whitewater High School - Crowning of Homecoming Queen and Presentation of Homecoming Court at Halftime. For more information visit the Homecoming Page
New Student Email
Student email addresses have been updated, and now include the student's graduation date. An example has been provided below for a student who is named John Smith and will graduate in 2015.
Sandy Creek High School would like to congratulate Mrs. Vlachakis for winning county teacher of the year! The FCBOE website states:
On April 25, 2014 there was silence as everyone waited for School Superintendent Dr. Joseph Barrow to open the sealed envelope, and then a roar of applause came from the crowd as he announced Alexandra Vlachakis as the 2014 Fayette County Teacher of the Year. Vlachakis, a technology and business teacher at Sandy Creek High, was one of three finalists chosen from 26 school-level teachers of the year who were vying for the honor. "I am humbled and incredibly honored to be here representing all of the teachers who have dedicated countless hours to their students," said Vlachakis as she took the podium to deliver her acceptance speech. Full Article>>