Weekly Message–May 16-20, 2022

Good Evening SCS Families. This is Ms. Price with your weekly message for May 16, 2022. 

COVID Update 

This week SCS reported 0 positive COVID cases,  0  close contacts were identified, and there were 0 class closures. Communication to families whose students were identified as close contacts has been completed. If you have not already been personally contacted, it means your student was NOT in close contact with any of the COVID-19 cases. 

PTSA General Meeting & Nomination Form 

General Body Meeting will take place on Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Time: 6:30pm

Place: Virtual via Zoom

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82594480574?pwd=WlNtZjZsOVFKamx5MjdkeEFEdXdndz09

Links to an external site.

Are you interested in serving on the PTSA Board for next school year? Do you know someone who would be great on the Board? Please self-nominate or nominate another parent! 

Elections for the 2022-2023 PTSA Board

Nomination Form link: https://forms.gle/SWP41TDGZSovmhQA9

Links to an external site.

Important Date(s)

May 17 is a Teacher Workday and Election Day. There is no school for students. 

Our end of year testing window is May 27 – June 10. This includes End-of-Grade tests, End-of-Course tests, CTE assessments, and teacher final exams. The dates of all exams will be posted on our school website. 

Graduation Information

All up-to-date graduation information has been posted to our school website on the homepage. Please check it out! 

Back to School Form 

This is another reminder to complete the BACK TO SCHOOL FORM so that you can register for bus transportation, confirm your contact information, and more. You can find instructions on the DPS website at DPSNC.net.  Link to DPS Enrollment Page If you need an appointment, please contact Ms. Fleming. Again, this is very important to ensure that your child has bus transportation lined up for next year, in addition to other important information. Working together, we can make next year the BEST YEAR EVER for our students. Thank you in advance!

Other Resources for Parents: 

 

Have a great evening from all of us at SCS where we practice the 4C’s–Creativity, Communication, Collaboration, and Community. 

Daily Announcements–Friday, May 13, 2022

Tuesday, May 17 is a Teacher Workday—NO SCHOOL for students!

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Attention all Juniors and Seniors!! Super Awesome Games, a gaming company owned by Epic Games is offering a summer internship. This is a virtual opportunity that will meet by Zoom twice a week. This is an amazing opportunity for students interested in pursuing employment in the gaming industry. Space is limited and you must contact Ms. Settle if interested!

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Invitations for the Gryphons Get Down Pizza Party were sent to your Canvas inboxes yesterday (middle school & Math I) and TODAY for all others! If you showed growth on any of your End-of-Year Benchmark Assessments, you will receive an invitation. The parties will be held Monday, May 16—Middle School at 11:30 a.m. and High School at 12:45 p.m.

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If you have put up signs that are now expired, please take them down.

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National Junior Honor Society applications were distributed last week. Seventh and Eighth grade students with a semester 1 average above 80 in all classes were invited to apply. Please contact Ms. Dix is you believe you were overlooked in error or if you have questions. Applications are due Friday, May 13.

****************

Juniors interested in participating in the Emily Center Summer Intensive College Prep class please visit Ms. Settle’s website for registration information. This program is designed to help students with financial aid, residency applications, college essays and more! Registration must be complete by May 23.

****************

Seniors—Ms. Settle is still updating the scholarship page on her website. Please visit this page often to make sure that you are not missing out on opportunities for FREE MONEY for college!

****************

The 7th Annual YMA/Jr. YMA Banquet will be held at Southside Church 800 Elmira Ave from 5 pm – 7:30 pm on Saturday, May 14th.  If you would like to attend, please see Coach Barnes.  The cost is $15.  There will be seated meals and desserts served.  

Come celebrate the new line! 

****************

Northern High School Cheerleading Tryouts will be held May 16-19. This tryout will be for both football and basketball seasons. Please stop by the main office to pick up a flyer so you can be aware of the tryout process.

 ****************

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.

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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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Daily Announcements–Thursday, May 12, 2022

Invitations for the Gryphons Get Down Pizza Party are being sent to your Canvas inbox TODAY! If you showed growth on any of your End-of-Year Benchmark Assessments, you will receive an invitation. The parties will be held Monday, May 16—Middle School at 11:30 a.m. and High School at 12:45 p.m. 

****************

If you have put up signs that are now expired, please take them down. 

****************

National Junior Honor Society applications were distributed last week. Seventh and Eighth grade students with a semester 1 average above 80 in all classes were invited to apply. Please contact Ms. Dix is you believe you were overlooked in error or if you have questions. Applications are due Friday, May 13. 

****************

Juniors interested in participating in the Emily Center Summer Intensive College Prep class please visit Ms. Settle’s website for registration information. This program is designed to help students with financial aid, residency applications, college essays and more! Registration must be complete by May 23. 

****************

Seniors—Ms. Settle is still updating the scholarship page on her website. Please visit this page often to make sure that you are not missing out on opportunities for FREE MONEY for college! 

****************

The 7th Annual YMA/Jr. YMA Banquet will be held at Southside Church 800 Elmira Ave from 5 pm – 7:30 pm on Saturday, May 14th.  If you would like to attend, please see Coach Barnes.  The cost is $15.  There will be seated meals and desserts served.  

Come celebrate the new line! 

****************

Northern High School Cheerleading Tryouts will be held May 16-19. This tryout will be for both football and basketball seasons. Please stop by the main office to pick up a flyer so you can be aware of the tryout process. 

 ****************

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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PTSA General Body Meeting Link & Nomination Form!!!

General Body Meeting will take place on Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Time: 6:30pm

Place: Virtual via Zoom

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82594480574?pwd=WlNtZjZsOVFKamx5MjdkeEFEdXdndz09

Are you interested in serving on the PTSA Board for next school year? Do you know someone who would be great on the Board? Please self-nominate or nominate another parent! 

Elections for the 2022-2023 PTSA Board

Nomination Form link: https://forms.gle/SWP41TDGZSovmhQA9

Daily Announcements–Wednesday, May 11, 2022

National Junior Honor Society applications were distributed last week. Seventh and Eighth grade students with a semester 1 average above 80 in all classes were invited to apply. Please contact Ms. Dix is you believe you were overlooked in error or if you have questions. Applications are due Friday, May 13.

****************

Juniors interested in participating in the Emily Center Summer Intensive College Prep class please visit Ms. Settle’s website for registration information. This program is designed to help students with financial aid, residency applications, college essays and more! Registration must be complete by May 23.

****************

Seniors—Ms. Settle is still updating the scholarship page on her website. Please visit this page often to make sure that you are not missing out on opportunities for FREE MONEY for college!

****************

The 7th Annual YMA/Jr. YMA Banquet will be held at Southside Church 800 Elmira Ave from 5 pm – 7:30 pm on Saturday, May 14th.  If you would like to attend, please see Coach Barnes.  The cost is $15.  There will be seated meals and desserts served.  

Come celebrate the new line! 

****************

Northern High School Cheerleading Tryouts will be held May 16-19. This tryout will be for both football and basketball seasons. Please stop by the main office to pick up a flyer so you can be aware of the tryout process.

 ****************

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 

******************

Daily Announcements–Tuesday, May 10, 2022

The 7th Annual YMA/Jr. YMA Banquet will be held at Southside Church 800 Elmira Ave from 5 pm – 7:30 pm on Saturday, May 14th.  If you would like to attend, please see Coach Barnes.  The cost is $15.  There will be seated meals and desserts served.  

Come celebrate the new line! 

****************

Northern High School Cheerleading Tryouts will be held May 16-19. This tryout will be for both football and basketball seasons. Please stop by the main office to pick up a flyer so you can be aware of the tryout process. 

 ****************

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 

******************

Daily Announcements–Monday, May 9, 2022

The 7th Annual YMA/Jr. YMA Banquet will be held at Southside Church 800 Elmira Ave from 5 pm – 7:30 pm on Saturday, May 14th.  If you would like to attend, please see Coach Barnes.  The cost is $15.  There will be seated meals and desserts served.  

Come celebrate the new line! 

****************

Northern High School Cheerleading Tryouts will be held May 16-19. This tryout will be for both football and basketball seasons. Please stop by the main office to pick up a flyer so you can be aware of the tryout process.

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 

******************

Weekly Message–May 9-13, 2022

Good Evening SCS Families. This is Ms. Price with your weekly message for May 9, 2022. 

COVID Update 

This week SCS reported 0 positive COVID cases,  0  close contacts were identified, and there were 0 class closures. Communication to families whose students were identified as close contacts has been completed. If you have not already been personally contacted, it means your student was NOT in close contact with any of the COVID-19 cases. 

Teacher Appreciation Week

Thanks to our PTSA and all other families for all of the outpouring of love and show of support during Teacher Appreciation Week last week! You made the week extra special! 

Important Date(s)

Progress Reports will be available in PowerSchool Monday, May 9. 

May 17 is a Teacher Workday and Election Day. There is no school for students. 

Please join us for the next PTSA General Meeting on May 18 via Zoom at 6:30 p.m. 

Our end of year testing window is May 27 – June 10. This includes End-of-Grade tests, End-of-Course tests, CTE assessments, and teacher final exams. We will release the exact dates for all exams this week. 

YMA 

The 7th Annual YMA/Jr. YMA Banquet will be held at Southside Baptist Church, 800 Elmira Ave, from 5:00 – 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 14, 2022. If you would like to attend, please see Coach Barnes. The cost is $15. There will be a seated meal with dessert served. Come celebrate the new line. 

Back to School Form 

This is another reminder that BACK TO SCHOOL FORM so that you can register for bus transportation, confirm your contact information, and more. You can find instructions on the DPS website at DPSNC.net.  Link to DPS Enrollment Page If you need an appointment, please contact Ms. Fleming. Again, this is very important to ensure that your child has bus transportation lined up for next year, in addition to other important information. Working together, we can make next year the BEST YEAR EVER for our students. Thank you in advance!

Other Resources for Parents: 

 

Have a great evening from all of us at SCS where we practice the 4C’s–Creativity, Communication, Collaboration, and Community. 

Prom Reminder

Attention all Juniors & Seniors! Remember that tomorrow the prom will start at 7:30 p.m. and end at 11:30 p.m. The address to the prom is 3100 Tower Blvd. right across from Sam’s Club off 15-501. If you did not pick-up your ticket, you can still go to prom. Ms. Street will have the list at the door. See you there!