3-12-2018

South Middle School

Monday, March 12, 2018

Day 114

Today is a B Day

 

This week, PBIS is sponsoring a Reverse Bulldog Week! Students will again receive special reverse bucks that they can give to their teachers when they see them using true BARK Behavior. 

TEACHERS:  please pass out Reverse Bucks to students beginning today.  Be sure to save your bucks to enter into our Reverse Raffle. 

STUDENTS:  Make sure to be on the lookout for teachers acting Positively Positive.

Attention 8th grade students:  If you haven’t registered for Washington DC trip, you must do so as soon as possible.  Final payments are due March 15th.  Absolutely no registrations will be accepted after the final payment due date.  See your Social Studies teacher for details about cost and how to register.

Students, do you have a flair for writing?  Do you think you have a great on screen personality?  Do you want to be part of a team that features all the great accomplishments our SMS community achieves?  If so, join the inaugural season of the SMS Media Club.  Interested students please meet with Mr. Dufraine on Wednesday March 14 in room 119.

Generation Leadership will meet on Friday, March 16th from 2:30-3:30 in room 123.  Come and work on your Ninja projects or help others.  If you are unable to make it please see Mrs. Hill or Ms. JC.

Today is Junior Achievement day for the 7th graders.  Attention all 7th grade homeroom teachers, please send a student from your homeroom down to the guidance conference room to collect their volunteer.

Drama Club Act 1 Scene 1 & 3 and Act 2 Scene 1 & 2 will practice Tuesday after school until 4:00.

The SMS Writing Club will meet tomorrow and Thursday this week during 8th grade lunch in. The Library Conference room.  New members are always welcome.  Please see Mrs. Crockett if you have any questions.

Any 8th grader who still needs to complete a high school schedule please report to room 134 after homeroom today.

Remember to use your BARK behavior.  Be Prepared, Act Responsible,    Respect, and Keep Safe.”