Daily Bulletin

Signature School Bulletin for Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Instrumental Music Schedule April 15 – April 25 Wednesday-A day Strings

Thursday, April 25-B day Band, Strings join Band at 8:00

Friday, April 26-Jazz Band





Everyone arrives at the Tropicana for the Concert April 26 at 5:30 PM). The concert ends approx. 7:30 pm




This is an elegant evening and we want to look our very best.

Gentlemen wear all black suit (dress pants, black jacket,black or white shirt, tie, black shoes, and black socks. No tennis shoes or sandals please)

Ladies wear all black, long dress, long skirt with black blouse, or black slacks, black top, and black shoes. No tennis shoes or flip flops please.




Dietary Restrictions Students, don't forget to tell Mrs. White about any dietary restrictions you have so you can still enjoy Student Appreciation Day hosted by the PTSA.


Student Council Fundraiser Signature School’s Student Council is having a fundraiser for the Evansville Rescue Mission’s “Youth Care Center” starting Monday, April 22nd through April 26th! Each day this week we will have a designated good for grades to bring in and drop off on the second floor in bins according to the color of each grade. The grade that brings the most of that item will receive a point for that particular day, and the grade earning the most points at the end of the week will receive donuts from Krispy Kreme at lunch.


Monday - children’s crew socks


Tuesday - colored pencils


Wendesday - sketch pads


Thursday - regular lead pencils


Friday - deodorant sticks


Please direct any questions to junior Ben Janney. We look forward to a successful fundraiser!


Mrs. Winchester's 5th and 8th period today Mrs. Winchester's 5th period needs to report to Mr. Nance's room in the science center. Mrs. Winchester's 8th period needs to report to Mr. Tieken's room --- Room 206.


Thespian Inductees Thespian Inductees! Please try to get your forms turned in to Lucy or Mr. Maurer ASAP. Thanks.


Art Club Permission Slips Field Trip Permission slips are due to Mr. Darnell by the end of classes on Tuesday. Talk to Mr. Darnell if there are any questions.


Earth Week - Trashless Tuesday: Conservation Club is encouraging you guys to reduce your amount of waste you contribute to the planet! The United States has the highest amount of waste generated per person of any country at an average of 4.6 pounds per day. Only around 1/10 of solid garbage in the United States is recycled each year. Remember to be aware of what you throw away because there’s no such place as away. Happy Trashless Tuesday!


AP Bubbling Today The following students will be bubbling for the AP exams tomorrow in the 5th Floor Victory during Resource:

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CAS A juniors

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Sophomores that haven't bubbled yet

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All other Juniors or Seniors that were absent on their bubbling day Please be prompt. Teachers--This will not take the entire period for most students.

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Freshmen should report to their individual classrooms tomorrow. Please be prepared to flex.


Sig Recycles There will be an after school meeting for Sig Recycles this Wednesday from 3:30-4:30 in Ms. Ahmed's room. Remember, students can get one hour of community service each time. Please talk to Eleanor Weinzapfel, Hani Kharouta, Molly Creech, Ellison Mills, or Ms. Ahmed for more information. Teachers, please place recycling bins in the hallway immediately after school on Wednesday for pickup.


El Classico Hola, students! Spanish Club invites THE WHOLE SCHOOL to join El Clásico this Wednesday, the 24, at lunch at the Grassy Knoll. Sign up sheets are in the lobby! Anyone can play so bring your friends! The Spanish Club will also be selling tamales, chips, salsa and water to raise money to buy toys for immigrant children in Texas. Bring some cash-Tamales are $3 each, or you can get two tamales, chips/salsa, and bottled of water for only $5. Please, help us and enjoy a good meal while watching your friends playing soccer.

In the News

11/13/18 WFIE NBC News, '$2 million Signature School Expansion Approved' 

5/9/18 WFIE NBC News, 'Signature School named one of country's top high schools' 

5/8/18 US News & World Report, 'See the 2018 Best Public High Schools' 

2/23/18 Evansville Courier & Press, 'IDOE names 2016-17 Four Star Schools: Did your child's school make the list?' 

12/13/17 WEHT ABC News, 'Local Lifestyles: Amani Partners Kenya' 

8/30/17 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature: Indiana's first public charter high school, turns 15' 

7/10/17 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature ranked No. 3 most challenging high school in America' 

5/1/17 US News & World Report, 'What to Know About Charter High Schools' 

4/27/17 Inside Indiana Business, 'List: Indiana Schools Among Nation's Best' 

4/26/17 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature ranked No. 1 Indiana high school' 

12/25/16 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature to update music programs with grant' 

10/15/16 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Free YMCA, Signature tutoring program expands in second year' 

4/2/16 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature School junior sees way to help others'

3/22/16 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature educator pushes himself, students to be best'

1/30/16 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature School puts spin on ‘Romeo and Juliet’ in upcoming ballet'

10/15/15 Evansville Courier & Press, "Signature School officials considering AP Capstone program'

7/16/15 Evansville Courier & Press, "Signature School student won category at National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium'

10/29/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "Signature School will switch to a full IB school with the Class of 2019'

9/30/14 U.S. Department of Education, 2014-15 National Blue Ribbon 

9/10/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "Semifinalists for 2015 National Merit Scholarships Announced'

8/20/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "Signature School teacher writes civil rights era book'

8/12/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "Gearing up for the new year: Kids, teachers say charter school fosters autonomy'

8/10/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "EDITORIAL: Signature School program prepares students for real world'

8/7/14 Evansville Courier & Press, 'For Youth of the Year recipients, Boys & Girls Club is home, other members like family'

7/23/14 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Young inventor works to change the world one piece of computer code at a time'

4/29/14 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Local high school seniors honored as Indiana Academic All-Stars'

4/2/14 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Outstanding Educators of the Year named for Vanderburgh County | VIDEO & GALLERY'

3/31/14 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Joe Nelson is on the cutting edge of curriculum at Signature School'

3/4/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "Signature School thespians gear up for play season with ‘Penzance' | PLAY SCHEDULES & VIDEO'

8/14/11 Evansville Courier & Press, "Evansville's Signature School continues to pile up accolades'

Upcoming Events

Metropolitan Evening of Music April 26

Signature School Instrumental Music's fundraiser, A Metropolitan Evening of Music, will be Friday, April 26 at the Tropicana Executive Conference Center. RSVP by April 19. More information here. RSVP card here. Please call the school with questions. 

Freshman ILearn Test May 2 - 6

All freshman will be taking the biology ILearn exam in biology class beginning May 2 and continuing through May 6. More information about ILearn is available here

Commencement Researsal May 20 

Commencement rehearsal will be 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM on Monday, May 20 in the Victory Theatre. 

Senior Honors Night May 20

Senior Honors Night for the Class of 2019, Monday, May 20, 6:00 PM, St. Vincent Manor, 3700 Washington Ave (St. Vincent campus map here). Students should arrive no later than 5:30 PM. 

Commencement May 23

Commencement for the Class of 2019, Thursday, May 23, 6:30 PM, Victory Theatre. Senior students should arrive no later than 5:30 PM and should report to the 4th floor studio in the Victory Theatre. 

Board Meeting April 24

The Signature School Board will meet at 7:30 AM on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 610 Main Street, Evansville, Indiana.  The meeting will take place in room 605 and is open to the public.