Southern Garrett

High School
Slider image 1 of 21. Group Presentation in Library
World History
Project
Slider image 2 of 21. Ram Rumble
Ram Rumble
Freshmen
Slider image 3 of 21. School Play
Willy Wonka
School Play
Slider image 4 of 21. School Play
Willy Wonka
School Play
Slider image 5 of 21. Group Presentation in Library
World History
Projects
Slider image 6 of 21. Group Presentation in Libary
World History
Project
Slider image 7 of 21. Ram Rumble
Ram Rumble
Juniors
Slider image 8 of 21. Ram Rumble
Ram Rumble
Tug of War
Slider image 9 of 21. Real Deal
Real Deal
Slider image 10 of 21. Ram Rumble
Ram Rumble
Sophomores
Slider image 11 of 21. School Play
Willy Wonka
School Play
Slider image 12 of 21. School Play
Willy Wonka
School Play
Slider image 13 of 21. School Play
Willy Wonka
School Play
Slider image 14 of 21. Ram Rumble
Ram Rumble
1st Place-Seniors
Slider image 15 of 21. Real Deak
Real Deal
Slider image 16 of 21. Band
Band
Practice
Slider image 17 of 21. Real Deal
Real Deal
Slider image 18 of 21. School Play
Willy Wonka
Cast
Slider image 19 of 21. Real Deal
Real Deal
Slider image 20 of 21. Group Presentation in Library
World History
Project
Slider image 21 of 21. Math Class
Math

Peace Corps Volunteer Visits Southern Garrett High School

Last Updated on Dec 22, 2016 at 1:46pm | Southern Garrett High School

Natalie Henson, a Peace Corps volunteer in Peru, stopped by Southern Garrett High School to give a presentation on her experiences in that country. Meeting with JROTC cadets, band, agriculture, and Spanish students, Henson explained how she became a volunteer and the duties she performs in Acolla, Peru. The students learned the premise behind the Peace Corps, the three months of in-country training Henson completed, and the developmental goals of the Peace Corps in conjunction with the goals and ideas of the countries the Peace Corps serves.
 
"When I came to Peru, I didn't know how to speak Spanish. But after a year, I can speak it very well. Also, the experience of helping the town with a community center, living with my host family, and learning the culture is a unique and wonderful experience," said Henson.
 
          
 
          Henson presents to the students at Southern Garrett High School.
 
 
          
 
          Henson receives a certificate of appreciation from Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Ralph
          Sheaffer, senior JROTC instructor at Southern.