Daily Announcements–Thursday, May 5, 2022

“If you want to make life eazy, vote Ms. Reezy for this year’s Prom Queen!”


Attention Juniors and Seniors! It is time to vote for 2022 Prom Court! The link to vote is tinyurl.com/scspromvote. Voting will stay open until the end of school Friday.


This week is Teacher Appreciation Week! We recognize Teacher Appreciation Week for all the dedication and work teachers put in during the school day and beyond. At SCS, we recognize all adults in our building because everyone is a teacher and contributes to teacher success. Take a moment this week to thank your teachers! 


Progress Reports will be ready next Monday. Are you all caught up? Make sure you have all assignments turned in and are communicating with your teachers. 


We are having Saturday School this Saturday, May 7 from 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.  


Students & Staff—We have FREE aluminum water bottles available! First come first served! See Ms. Price. Students must have a pass to come to Ms. Price’s office. There are 2 left!!!


SCS Gardening Club will be held Tuesdays until 5:15 p.m. We will meet in Room 110 (Ms. Granger’s room) Lots to plan and do as we beautify our courtyard! 


High school Basketball Clubs has been moved to Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 4:15 – 5:30 pm.  Please sign up with Mr. Pantoja in order to play.  

There are plenty of spots open.


This year we are happy to offer the “Price Promise” Award to graduating seniors. Seniors who meet the criteria will be recognized at our Graduation Ceremony and will receive a certificate of participation and a graduation gift from SCS. Application forms are available in the main office or from Ms. Neville. 

Ms. Price reminds us that “The Learning Never Ends”. Seniors, in order to receive the “Price Promise” Award, you must meet these criteria:

1—Select an extra-curricular activity such as an internship, community service activity, mentorship or other activity that complements their academic preparation;

2—Provide documentation to Ms. Neville of your chosen activity; 

3—Write a statement that describes the value of your participation in your chosen activity and how it will prepare you for life after graduation.


Skip the carpool line and join us for activities like arts and crafts, recreation, culinary activities, SEL, and other student-based activities. Monday-Friday 6:30 – 8:30 a.m. For more information, go online to www.dpsnc.net/afterschool or call Community Education at 919-560-9488. 


Seniors, please make sure that Mrs. Settle receives your college acceptance letters and scholarship offers.  This information will only be announced with your permission. 


Is that homework getting you down?  Is that test chasing you in the your dreams?  Well, we’ve got the solution!

National Honor Society tutors to the rescue!

Honor Society students will be available to tutor in a variety of topics starting Wednesday, February 2nd, and moving forward weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays during lunch and after school in the cafeteria student lounge.

Bonus!  Monday and Wednesday evenings are available by appointment via Zoom. You can sign up at the Sign Up Genius link:  

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c044eaeae23a5f49-nationalLinks to an external site.

where you can see what topics are available when and make needed appointments. The link to the zoom is right there on your appointment!

Please document your attendance using the link:
https://forms.gle/zK7NZAWC2Hc54iMz7Links to an external site.

Let’s be clear, walk-ins are welcome during lunch and after school, but evenings are by appointment only in half hour time slots due to limited tutors.  

Students requesting help need to come prepared with all their work materials to make the most of the time.  If you need any assistance, please see Ms. Fletcher in room 109 or Ms. Black in room 115.  


Students, you are reminded not to share your passwords with anyone. If you are found to be misusing technology (logging in as someone else, sending inappropriate content, looking up inappropriate content, etc.) or engaging in bullying/harassment, there will be consequences according to the Student Code of Conduct.


All IT requests and issues should be submitted to the 

DPS IT Support Center  

There are 3 ways for you to contact us for support:

1.Visit https://itsupport.dpsnc.netLinks to an external site.

  1. Email ITSupport@dpsnc.net
  2. Call 919-560-3837 


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