Southern Garrett High School, the largest educational facility in predominately rural Garrett County, Maryland, strives to provide students with a variety of educational experiences to meet their individual needs. By providing successful school experiences, we prepare students to become life-long learners. We challenge students to strive for personal excellence and responsible citizenship as they develop intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically.
Thank you, Gregg's Pharmacy, our business partners for March.
The school's morning announcements can now be read through the Daily Bulletin option in PowerSchool.
A representative from Universal Technical Institute will be available to meet with students during RAMS in the Guidance office on Friday, March 7.
A representative from Allegany College of Maryland will be available to meet with students during RAMS in the Guidance office on Thursday, March 6.
Congressman John Delaney is now accepting applications for the 2014 Summer District Office Internship Program in both the Hagerstown and Gaithersburg District Offices. This program gives students with an interest in Government or a future in public service the opportunity to learn more about how a government operates. More information is available in Guidance.
Shakespeare's Macbeth will be performed on the SHS stage on April 10-12 starting at 8pm. Admission is $5. The play's dark plot makes it appropriate for ages 12 and up.
SHS has teamed up with 1st United Bank in their Soles 4 Souls campaign. Bring in your unwanted and unused shoes, all sizes and styles--no mold on the shoes, and donate to this cause. A box for donated shoes is in the main lobby.
The Acorn staff is seeking original photography and writing from students for the school's literary magazine, The Ram Page. Submit items to Mrs. Savage.
Senior surveys and wills for the upcoming senior edition were passed out to the 2nd period classes on Friday, February 28. Surveys are due back to Mrs. Savage no later than Friday, March 7. Group photos for the senior edition will be taken on March 20-21 during RAMS period in the main lobby. A schedule for group photos was also passed out to seniors during their 2nd period class. Seniors who did not receive a senior edition survey or photo schedule should see Mrs. Savage in room 1231 or Ms. Friend in attendance. Senior edition orders will be taken in May.
The Emergency Services Club is taking donations for the patients at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UMPC. Some acceptable items are toys, gift cards, dvds, books, video games, etc. All donated items must be new and in the original packaging. Items can be given to Mia Gank or Rachel Bowser. See these two students with questions concerning the donation guidelines.
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