Some of you might be wondering,
"What does Renaissance exactly do?"
A lot, that's what! Here is a list of just a few goals the Renaissance class hopes to accomplish at
Tell City Jr-Sr High School:
We will encourage more participation and school spirit at co-curricular activities.
We will evaluate and improve traditional school events.
We will find ways to unify and improve the relationships within the student body at Tell City
Jr/Sr High School.
We will use multimedia to promote and inform students, staffulty, and the community about
upcoming events within the school.
We will work diligently to raise funds for Renaissance programs.
We will recognize and promote excellence among the students and staffulty at TCJSHS
Be in class on time and have your Chromebooks during first period every Wednesday to be eligible to win
muffins and smoothies for your class!!
Thursday, November 30, 2017, current Renaissance students will be attending the annual Jostens Renaissance
tour. For those that don't know the Jostens Renaissance tour Annual event hosted across the United States to
provide the idea of Jostens Renaissance to students and schools in need, the event will be hosted at the
Living Hope Baptist Church, 1905 Westen Street, Bowling Green, Ky 42104.
"For 25 years, Jostens Renaissance Education has inspired students and educators with proven ideas to renew their school climate and culture and this year we're going on a 41-city tour!"
"The day will include:
- Inspiration from Mike Smith and Dr. Philip Campbell
- Proven ideas from 25 years of Jostens Renaissance Education
- Action planning to help you take these ideas back to your school
- Special Surprises "
" Who is Mike Smith?
A self-proclaimed "professional teenager." Mike is a renowned youth speaker who inspires students to make positive choices and encourages them to pursue their passions and leave a positive legacy.
Mike's experience includes:
- Host of The Harbor by Jostens, an online educational video resource that teaches character development in schools
- Founder and Executive Director of the no-profit skate park and youth outreach center called THE BAY, and its offshoot, Skate for Change "
LInk to event
Group photo of current Renaissance class from the recent Kick Off.