Southern Middle School Back to School Night
Tuesday, August 30th from 5:00 - 7:00 PM.
Please join us Tuesday evening for a chance to visit with your child's teachers and staff members at Southern Middle School.
Picture Day is Wednesday, September 7th!
If you plan to purchase pictures, send your order form and payment on picture day, or you can pay online and record your online order number on the envelope for picture day. The website address is http://entry.imagequix.com/strawbridge/?code=100070
2016 - 2017 Yearbooks on Sale
Yearbooks will be on sale for $25 until December 2nd. They will then go up to $30. The last day to purchase will be March 3, 2017.
2016-17 Student Schedules
The 2016-17 student schedules will be available via the student/parent portal in mid-August. Currently, the IT Department is in the process of rolling over data and we are working diligently to perfect the schedules prior to their release. The full administrative staff will be available beginning August 10, 2016 with the guidance staff returning August 15, 2016. Those folks will be able to address your questions at that time.
New School Logo
A New School Logo design was chosen in a contest that was held in the fall of 2015. Makayla Maule, 7th graders at Southern Middle School was named the winner in the school's contest. The contest to design a new logo was sponsored by the school and was open to students in all three grades, 6th, 7th, and 8th. Makayla's winning design is pictured below. She was presented with a check for $100 as a prize and her logo is now being used on the school's letterhead, the backdrop for the daily morning news broadcasts as well as all new school T-shirts. Makayla is the daughter of Jeffrey and Angela Maule in Mountain Lake Park. Makayla and her design was featured in the Republican Newspaper later in the year as seen in the above scrolling pictures.
Southern Middle School Mission Statement
At Southern Middle School our mission is to create a positive learning atmosphere that nurtures active, young creative minds. Through a collaborative effort with teachers, parents, and community members, students are challenged to meet our school’s high expectations. The school’s academic program of study infuses technology, teaches life skills, and encourages students to actively participate in their learning. The school’s curriculum encompasses the development of the total child: moral, intellectual, social, emotional, and physical. As a result, students will be able to demonstrate values that allow them to act with empathy toward humanity in a diverse and ever-changing society.