Corporation Information

South Central Community School Tri-fold (Posted 01/08/2013)
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Jr./Sr. High School Information 

Jr.Sr. High School Daily Announcements
icon Announcements, 04/14/14
icon Announcements, 04/15/14
icon Announcements, 04/16/14
icon Announcements, 04/17/14

Course Offerings
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 Guidance Newsletter
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2013-2014 Scholarship List
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Select to access the 21st Century Scholars online application. Income eligible 7th & 8th grade students who enroll in the program and fulfill a pledge of good citizenship can receive up to four years of undergraduate tuition at a participating Indiana college.

FAFSA Website

Elementary Information

Weekly Newsletter

icon Elementary Newsletter , 4/4/2014
icon Elementary Newsletter, 4/17/14

icon 2013 - 2014 Elementary Supply List

Food Service Newsletter
May 2013


Board Meeting
April 16, 2014 @ 6:00 P.M.
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Current Fund Raisers

PTO - Market Day (Monthly Orders)
South Central School # - 26520

Link to Market Day Page

PTO - Scrip Program
SC PTO Enrollment Code - D67FB2A6283L5
Link to Scrip Gift Cards Online


Contact Us

South Central Community School Corporation
9808 S 600 W
Union Mills, IN 46382

Mrs. Linda J. Wiltfong

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School Forms

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Elementary Health Form
icon Kindergarten Health Packet Form

Medication Administration Forms
icon Parent Permission to Administer Medication (Revised 08/05/2013)

Physician Authorization to Administer Medication at School

Student Transfer Application
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Welcome to South Central School Corporation!


Message from Linda Wiltfong, Superintendent
Parents have been asking if we will have to add on days to the end of the school year.  Because we started a week earlier than many other school corporations, we have not run out of days.  We have ONE day that we can take off before we get into the problem of adding on additional days or additional times to the remaining days scheduled. 

My biggest concern was the instructional time that was lost prior to the students taking ISTEP+, IREAD - 3, and the End of Course Assessments (ECAs).  These are all state tests that, by law, students have to take.  IREAD - 3 and ECAs have negative consequences for students when they don't pass.  As of today, our students have lost 74 hours of instruction due to the weather.  That is a huge loss of instructional time for students.  We all know that the more we practice anything, the better we are able to perform the skill.  The same holds true with instruction.  The more students practice skills or test taking strategies, the more proficient they become.

When I sent out the survey to parents, I was trying to get more time for our students to practice skills and provide additional padding to our 180 days.  Keep your fingers crossed that we don't have to take any more days off.  Hopefully, Mother Nature is planning a calmer spring for us!  

As of today, June 5th will be the last student day and June 8th will be Graduation Day. 
Grading Period Date Changes
Due to the days we've missed so far this year, the third and fourth grading periods for the Jr/Sr High School will be modified as follows:

Feb 19--3rd 9 Weeks Progress Reports
March 21--End of 3rd 9 Weeks
April 30--4th 9 Weeks Progress Reports
June 5--End of 4th 9 Weeks

Finals will be held June 2, 3, & 4

June 8 - Graduation Day
Cell Policy Change (01/08/2014)
South Central High School's policy for wireless communication devices has changed slightly from the terms outlined in the Student Handbook.

Please see the attached file for an updated list of consequences implemented for wireless communication device violations.
icon Cell Policy Update 01-14
Attention 2013-2014 Seniors (Posted 06/17/2013)
The state of Indiana is recommending that all students entering 12th grade receive a second Meningitis (MCV4) (Menactra) vaccine prior to entering 12th grade.

For the 2013 - 2014 school year it is recommended.  For the 2014 - 2015
school year it will be required.

A document with the dates of the above may be turned into the nursing office during the 2013 - 2014 school year.  Students that will be a senior in the 2014 - 2015 school year will need proof turned in by the first day of their senior year.

The Indiana Department of Correction Presents ALERT....
ALERT is a system to keep you informed of emergency situations near Indiana's correctional facilities. Select to learn more....


Rose-Hulman's Homework Hotline
provides FREE math and science homework help to Indiana students in grades 6-12. Students may contact the Homework Hotline from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time), September through May toll-free at 1-877-ASK-ROSE or online at


South Central Community School Corporation will offer superior programs to assist students to excel in life by providing a small school environment utilizing a team approach.


South Central Community School Corporation believes that all students will succeed to the best of their abilities.

School, family, and community will collaborate to prepare students for the 21st century by providing opportunities for students to develop intellectual, social, emotional, physical, and life-long decision making skills for higher levels of excellence.

2014-2015 Open Enrollment

Welcome to South Central Community School Corporation, a small school atmosphere with big school opportunities.  Students attending South Central School will have access to an ever increasing curriculum that offers opportunities to all types of learners.  We hope to help your child find their life passion while attending our schools.

Technology – The students at South Central are going digital!  A few new initiatives for the 2014-2015 school year will be 1:1 digital technology for students, Project Lead the Way, a Virtual Learning Academy and a flipped classroom. 

Agriculture – South Central students have an opportunity to participate in many classes that enhance their knowledge of agriculture. Students are involved in FFA Career Development Events that test their skills learned through agricultural education instruction.

Humanities – Our drama, music and band teachers are working collaboratively to expose students to plays, musicals and instrumental interactions.  We have a variety of bands and choral groups.

Athletics – Beginning in 5th grade, our students might have opportunities to participate in baseball, basketball, golf, track, cross country, softball, track and volleyball. 

S.T.E.M - All 8th grade students will participate in Project Lead the Way classes, Design and Modeling and Automation & Robotics.  As those students continue on with their high school career, additional S.T.E.M. classes will be added. 

Dual Credit and Advance Placement classes – Students have the opportunity to take many classes in these two areas.

College and Career Readiness – High school graduates have the English and math knowledge and skills needed to qualify for and succeed in the post secondary job training and/or education necessary for their chosen career (i.e. community college, university, technical/vocational program, apprenticeship, or significant on-the-job training).
Thank you for your interest in South Central School Corporation.  This preliminary Open Enrollment application will give us data for staffing needs for the 2014-2015 school year.  Someone will be contacting you by May 1, 2014.  We currently have openings in grades K-4 and 7-12.  All requests are date and time stamped. Open Enrollment requests will be filled in order of your submission.  We look forward to working with you in the future.
Linda J. Wiltfong,

2014-2015 Open Enrollment Form
Please complete 1 form per child. All fields are mandatory and must be completed before the form can be submitted.
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State (*)
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Free heart screenings offered to student athletes


IU Health La Porte Hospital focuses on prevention, education
during National Sudden Cardiac Awareness Month

In recognition of National Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month in October, Indiana University Health La Porte Hospital is offering free heart screenings to student athletes on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Screenings are offered to area high school students, ages 15 and older, on:

  • Thursday, Oct. 17 from 3 pm to 7 pm
  • Tuesday, Oct 22 from 4 pm to 8 pm
  • Thursday, Oct. 24 from 4 pm to 8 pm
  • Tuesday, Oct 29 from 4 pm to 8 pm
  • Saturday, Nov. 2 from 8 am to noon (all Central times)

A limited number of free screenings will be performed at the IU Health La Porte Heart & Vascular Center, 901 E. Lincolnway, Ste. 102, in La Porte. Pre-registration is required by calling 219.326.2309. In addition, students must have signed parental consent and not be under the care of a physician for any cardiac-related conditions.

Student athletes will be screened with an electrocardiogram and limited echocardiogram. The specialized tests, which take about 15 minutes, help identify any possible structural abnormalities within the cardiovascular system that may lead to premature cardiac arrest, screening organizers said.

“Recent events have brought the issue of Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD) to the forefront,” IU Health La Porte Hospital Director of Cardiovascular Services, Mary Drewes, MSN, BSN, RN, said. “The tragic loss of one of our community’s student athletes has prompted many questions, fears and a sense of helplessness. Our cardiologists, in collaboration with our team in Cardiovascular Services, look forward to providing these screenings. We are committed to meeting the needs of our community as a whole.”

For those unable to attend the free screenings, the “Heart Cart for High Schools” program offers similar screenings through the hospital’s Heart Cart Mobile Screening Unit in partnership with The Foundation, in support of IU Health La Porte Hospital. “Heart Cart for High Schools” screenings are offered at a discounted rate of $50. Students will be screened for cholesterol, blood sugar, electrocardiogram and limited echocardiogram. For more information or to schedule, call 219.326.2626 or toll-free 800.235.6204, ext. 2626.