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SCSD2 Online Payment
SCSD2 parents and guardians may make electronic textbook and meal payments.
1) Log in to your child's Harmony account. Select the Online Payment option from the left hand column. 
2) Enter your credit card information in the form that opens. The form includes your child's name at the top and also has a current lunch and textbook balance amount. You will need to enter an email address (where the payment receipt will be sent)
3) Select the Make a Payment button only once for each transaction.
Online Payment Q and A
1. When does my deposit show up in the account? 
Payments made before midnight will show up in the account on the next day. Payments made after midnight will show up on the next day. 
2. Will I be charged extra for using this system?
When you enter the amount of payment, an automatic charge of $1.00 per transaction will be added to your total. That transaction payment covers the banking cost of the transaction.
3. Can I make payments for multiple students at one time?
No. The payment system links to accounts individually. The transactions will need to occur one at a time through each student's Harmony portal.  
4. Is paying on Harmony secure?
Our Harmony website is protected with industry standard SSL data encryption. In addition, Harmony utilizes the Skipjack Transaction Network; a secure, high speed payment gateway that provides one of the strongest data encryption protocols in the industry.

Your financial information is never stored within our system. You will be prompted to enter your credit card information each time you make an online payment in harmony. We are confident that your data will be secure. 
5. How will I know that my payment went through?
You will receive a confirmation email that includes a receipt number and transaction number. After your transaction has posted (after midnight on your payment date), you will be able to look at your student's lunch balance or textbook fee balance online and see the effect of your payment. If you have any questions or issues with a payment, please email us right away at or call us at (812) 752-8949. 
6. Can I still make a payment with check or cash? 
The traditional methods of making a cash or check payment in an SCSD2 payment envelope is still in place. Students or parents can make such payments any morning in the cafeteria or any time, any day in the office. 
Scott County rises above rivalry to support community
With a rivalry that is older than Meyer Gym, fans, families, current students, and cheerleaders and players from years past poured into the auditorium on a Sunday night for an alumni showdown between Scottsburg High School and Austin High School.
VFES teacher’s varied life experiences help her see the world in a positive light
Every morning, Katie Sawin would wake up when the reflection of the sun bounced off the Pacific Ocean and shone into her bedroom window in Okinawa City.
SHS student signs letter of intent for NCAA Division I college
Years of training, months of hard work, days of pushing herself, and hours of time spent in the gym have culminated to this moment: Lexie Amrhein signing a letter of intent to become the newest member of the Baylor University Women’s Acrobatics and Tumbling team.
SMS art teacher finds meaning in the details
When Brett Owen was in first-grade, she walked into her class’ career day with overalls on her body, a bright handkerchief tied around her neck, and a ball cap positioned sideways on her head. She was dressed as her dream career: an artist.
Music leads Justin Bromm back to the Classroom
Justin Bromm knows that sometimes your best-laid plans do not work out. But, for Bromm, the journey he took to be where he is right now has paid off in the smiles and in the joy of hundreds of children at Scott County School District 2.
Retired SMS teacher gives back at VFES to encourage future generations of learners
Even though Rhonda LaMaster retired from the classroom at Scott County School District 2, she has not given up helping future generations of students learn the value of their education.
SMS staff member helps students to keep moving forward
More than 40 years ago, Scottsburg Middle School staff member Hank Jentzen left his home state of New Jersey with $140 in cash and a backpack. Where he started his journey was not nearly as important as where he finished his journey years later.
SES teacher encourages others to never stop following their dreams
Not everyone has the determination or the bravery to chase their dreams. But, Scottsburg Elementary School teacher Trisha Riley does.
SHS student named as National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalist
Scottsburg High School senior Kaleb Mount was named a semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program, an honor shared with only 16,000 students nationwide who received a high score on the Preliminary SAT test.
Hard work, education proves valuable to teacher turned administrator at SES
Growing up, Jordan Warner, administrative assistant and elementary e-learning coordinator at Scottsburg Elementary School, quickly learned the value of hard work and education.
SHS kitchen manager brings farm fresh foods to the cafeteria table

At Scottsburg High School, kitchen manager Cindy Waters brings the farm to the table each day for more than 800 students.

JES custodian uses storytelling to connect with students

Johnson Elementary School custodian Ed Cozart knows how to tell a great story.

SHS student gives back to her community
For the last 16 months, Scottsburg High School freshman Madelyn Shelton has been giving back to the children of her community by volunteering in a program through the Scott County Partnership.
SES custodian makes a difference in student lives after being mentored by former principal

As he walks through the hallways at Scottsburg Elementary School, custodian Rick Zollman takes the time to give a smile, give a high-five, or give an answer to the children he passes. In the cafeteria, Zollman shows the students a magic trick where he can remove his thumb and put it back on his hand. The students are mesmerized by his magic trick and want to know how he did it.

SHS alumunus uses discipline, dedication to reach goals
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SHS football returns with first varsity game in 32 years
For the first time in more than three decades, the Scottsburg High School football team will play its first varsity game. The game, against the Salem High School Lions, will start at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 21, at Warrior Field. Warrior Field is located at Scottsburg Middle School, 375 S. Third St., Scottsburg. Ticket gates open at 6 p.m.
SHS business teacher instructs her class, the world using YouTube
With more than 200,000 views on YouTube, Scottsburg High School business teacher Tamah DePriest is not only teaching her students in the classroom, but she’s teaching people around the world.
SCSD2 on Wave3

Wave 3 News ran a story on the technology use and security provided at SCSD2.  To view the written and video articles click on the In The News... link.

Food Service Guidelines Press Release
SCSD2 has created a press release to address some concerns regarding recent changes to the food services guidelines.  You can view the contents of the press release by clicking here.
Chillers Ice Cream!
Chillers Microcreamery is offering 10% off for every A that you received on your report card.  Please click here for additional information.
School Safety
In light of the recent events of Connecticut we would like to share some school safety information.  Please see the attached document
Upcoming Events
Mon Dec 7 2015
to Fri Dec 11 2015
Fri Dec 11 2015
to Thu Dec 17 2015
Mon Feb 1 2016
to Thu Feb 4 2016
Tue Feb 2 2016
Thu Feb 4 2016
More Info

Deborah Yost, Principal

Jordan Warner, Administrative Assistant
49 North Hyland Street
Scottsburg, IN 47170

Fax:  812-752-9620

Office Hours:
7:00am - 4:00pm

SCSD2 Bylaws & Policies
Cyber Bully Hotline
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