SHJH kids getting real busy


March 13, 2019

THOMIAH AULTMAN and Olivia Matney trade moves during a chess match in the Sweet Home Junior High School's new chess club, an activity that is helping drive student involvement in after-school activities.

Sweet Home Junior High has nearly achieved a goal Vice Principal and Athletic Director Terry Augustadt set when he went to work at the school last year.

The number of students involved in some kind of activity other than simply going to class has increased from a little more than half to more than three quarters.

"When I first got here (last school year) I, of course, looked at the data," Augustadt said last week.

He reviewed discipline data as well as procedures and policies that impact behavior.

The school tracks every student who joins an extra-curricular activity, he said. Augustadt...

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