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, Senator George Edwards, our business partners for September.
The school's morning announcements can now be read through the Daily Bulletin option in PowerSchool.
The 2014 yearbooks will be distributed to current students on Tuesday, September 2 during lunch shifts in the cafeteria. Students will need to sign for their book.
Graduates and former students may pick up their yearbook starting Wednesday, September 3. Only the graduate, former student or their parent/guardian maypick up their book unless arrangements have been made with Ms. Zumpano.
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Mr. Maddy and Mr. Lear are challenging the entire student body to raise money for the ALS foundation.
Students may collect donations and turn in to their RAMS teacher up to Thursday September 18 by noon.
The student or students who collect the most money will be allowed to pour an bucket of ice water over Mr. Maddy or Mr. Lear at halftime of the football game on September 19.
The theartre students are selling raffle tickets for a half hog, generously donated by Sheriff Rob Corley and F.O.P. The tickets are $5. Please contact Mrs. White or any theatre student to buy a ticket.
National Honor Society to Celebrate 50th Anniversary
The members of the Foster D. Bittle Chapter of the National Honor Society at Southern Garrett High School are pleased to announce the 50th Anniversary of the school's chapter during the upcoming 2014-2015 school year. In celebration of this event, a reunion of any past chapter members will be held on Sunday, May 3, 2015 at 2 pm in the cafetorium during the chapter's annual induction ceremony of new members. Current members are requesting any past Foster D. Bittle Chapter members and their families, advisors, school principals and retired staff to contact advisor Heather Savage at firstname.lastname@example.org with their contact information and years of affiliation with the school's chapter. The chapter is collecting artifacts, pictures, memorabilia and memories over the next school year for the event. Ms. Savage and the current members look forward to hearing from you and sharing in the celebration of 50 years of student success at Southern High School.
College Representative Visits--Interested students are to sign up in the Guidance office.