Students: Want to wear a hat on Friday, December 19 AND help two of our feeder elementary schools at the same time? Bring $1 to your Advisory teacher on Friday and you’ll be able to wear your favorite hat all day. Your advisory teacher won’t have change so bring a... Read More
Students in 8th grade Social Studies have been studying the events that led to the Revolutionary War. Students created a fictional colonial character during the Colonies unit and have been completing diaries as these characters as we progress through the time period. They reflect on what it would have been... Read More
Students who sold the most items in Eason’s Fall Fundraiser won the chance to Silly String our principal. Principal Peg Erke was a good sport and let 92 students squirt her with the sticky, slimy string. Everyone enjoyed the assemblies and Emily Thornton won the grand prize, an iPad, in... Read More
Today school districts and the public were notified that the Iowa Department of Education will stop granting automatic waivers to school districts seeking to start classes earlier in the summer. The current law states that districts must start school no earlier than the calendar week that includes Sept. 1.
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Approximately 500 students are involved in the vocal music program at South Middle School. Students in all 3 grade levels participate in Concert Choir, OPUS, and Honor Choir events. Students in grades 7 and 8 also receive group voice lessons as part of the curriculum. Beginning in January, students in... Read More