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    A preschool-age boy with blonde curly hair plays with trains at school.

    Sidney City Schools is proud to offer preschool to children ages 3-5, serving both students with disabilities and their typically developing peers. Whittier Early Childhood Center nurtures the development of early learning through play and social interaction, preparing our preschoolers for kindergarten success. 

    On December 16, Whittier Early Childhood Center will hold a preschool screening for students who are ready to enroll. These students will be ready to start at Whittier beginning January 3. 

    Families who are NEW to Whittier Early Childhood Center begin the registration process by completing the pre-registration form at

    Three members of SHS Key Club wearing black stand to the right of a buffet line, serving two male members of Sidney Kiwanis.

    The Sidney High School Key Club, comprised of more than 70 members, hosted the Sidney Noon Kiwanis meeting November, 16. 

    Members served a meal and shared exciting information about the Sidney High School Key Club.

    8 Sidney High School seniors stand in a row—these seniors earned the highest academic distinction of Summa Cum Laude..
    • Seniors
    • Student Achievement

    Sidney High School Class of 2022 seniors were recently for their academic honors at the end of the school year. 

    The highest honors went to eight members of the SHS Class of 2022 who earned the Summa Cum Laude distinction including Landon Davis, Kaitlyn Deal, Nathaniel Gailey, Marco Orozco, Quinton Skelly, Jenna Smith, Carson Taylor, and Ava Westfall, To earn this distinction, students had to achieve a cumulative GPA of 4.25 or greater and meet the criteria of an Honors Diploma.

    4 Picture Perfect Photos & Design staff stand in a row.

    Sidney City Schools is pleased to announce a new partnership with Picture Perfect Photos & Design to provide quality school and athletic photos beginning with the 2022-2023 school year. 

    “We’re excited to be working with Brad Van Tilburgh and his Picture Perfect team for this service,” says Sidney City Schools Communications Coordinator Tiffany Rank. “They have had a long history of working with local seniors and families to deliver outstanding portraits so we know the quality will be top notch!”

    yellow background with 3 hexagons nestled together and the Sidney Stinger S logo on top, words Parent University below
    • Parent University

    When students are healthy, feel safe, and are supported through strong systems and relationships, they are more likely to enjoy learning, develop positive social skills, and achieve greater success. With that in mind, Sidney City Schools is committed to strengthening the school community through partnerships between parents, students, the school, and the community. 

    Last school year, Sidney City Schools proudly introduced Parent University—a program meant to further support parents and guardians in their journey of raising children. Seeing great value in the workshops and presentations, the district plans to continue this school-family partnership program in which parents and guardians are invited to join our community of learners.

    Parent University is a combination of workshops and presentations, all centered around students and families with the purpose of growing together and preparing everyone for success.

    Junior Brooklyn Koester stands next to a Flow period supplies dispenser.
    • Student Achievement

    SHS junior, Brooklyn Koester, noticed that some of her friends and classmates would not always have period products during an unexpected emergency and might have to miss class or leave school.

    When she started to research this more, she realized attendance can increase when free period products are offered in schools so she created Club Red Shelby County to raise money and awareness about period poverty and provide products for free at Sidney High School.

    Hall of Honor 2021 - Kris Haines, Maggi Williams, Amy Zorn

    Sidney City Schools is pleased to announce the 28th annual Hall of Honor Induction Ceremony set to take place Saturday, October 22, 2022. A gymnasium reception will precede the induction ceremony beginning at 6:00 PM; the ceremony will begin at 7:00 PM in the Sidney High School Auditorium. 

    “It is our honor to recognize these three outstanding people for their successes and contributions to the world around them,” said Hall of Honor Chairman, Rudy Keister. 

    The Hall of Honor Committee reconvened to celebrate the HOH class of  2020 in the spring and is proud to turn around and honor the class of 2021 this fall. Those inducted include former football player, David “Kris” Haines (SHS 1975), retired Sidney High teacher, coach, and Associate Athletic Director Margaret “Maggi” Williams (SHS 1973), and outstanding educator and community servant Amy Zorn (SHS 1973). 

    “Each year we have been able to present an array of outstanding inductees to the Hall and this year is no different,” added Keister. “This year’s class of inductees has ambitiously touched the lives of many through their athletic skill and educational impact.”

    Sidney High School students are invited to pre-order their 2022-2023 yearbook. Each yearbook costs $60. 
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