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South Middle School Honors Veterans

The annual South Middle School Veterans Day program was held Friday, Nov. 11th. Students, staff and members of the public gathered to salute the men and women that have served in our country's military. Click for more photos
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SMS Students Stage Mock Election

Today our students participated in a mock election during their S.S. class. Having students excited about government and politics is a great step toward developing well rounded citizens. It was a tight race but here's our results..
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SMS October Students of the Month

6TH GRADE: Luke Dalton , Rolando Marruquin, Austin Piper,
Autumn Morrow ,Camille Crafton ,Mabrey Rice
7th GRADE: Dalton Cornwell, Drew Kayser, Ashton Cunningham,
Katelyn Franks , Abigail Salisbury, Julianne Latimer
8th GRADE: Edmund Brooks, Shane O’Nan, Kobe Walker,
Hannah Grossman, Hannah Stephens, Jazmyne Bone
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SMS Choral Students Participate in All State Choir

18 SMS Choir students were selected to participate in this year's KCDA All State Choirs being held in Bowling Green on Oct. 28th and 29th. Way To GO Bulldog Choir!
Taylor Utterback, Madeleine Johnson, Samarah Courtney, Bryson Whitesides, Molly Reed, Alexis Bond, Brooklynn Chesser, Lauren Vick,
Chloe Grifftih, Sarah Tuma, Audrey Kugler, Ava Herren, Kaitlyn Dobbs,
Katherin McCarthy, Piper Brewer, Jack Ferguson, Jernaz Peartree,
Connor Hogan
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Vocabulary Parade at SMS

This is a fun way for students to learn at least 500 words that will benefit their reading and writing. The child can choose any vocabulary word and probably has done so already in English Language Arts class. The goal is that the costumes are as homemade as possible, so try to avoid purchasing or using an old Halloween costume. Remember, the purpose is to dress as a WORD, not a character. We encourage all students to participate and have even created awards to be given out. If students opt out, they will be required to do a writing assignment in place of participation. If students participate they will not be required to be in the school uniform. This year we are prohibiting clown costumes of any sort. Please wear as much as your costume as possible that is school appropriate-no leggings, no holes in jeans, shorts must be knee length, etc. Masks and face paint must be approved by your ELA teacher.
We are also not allowing students to dress as twins, excellence, or athletic, which were overdone last year. Teachers are working with students to be sure that different students do not choose the same word and may enact a rule with their students that once a word is chosen it cannot be chosen again.
Still stumped? Check out Pinterest or even Google images and search for “Vocabulary Parade Costumes”. There is a treasure trove of ideas already created and waiting for you to make your own.
This event will take place throughout the day on Friday, October 28th in the SMS auditorium. For more information or if you still have questions, contact your student’s English Language Arts teacher.
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Congratulations for our September Students of the Month! Way to go Bulldogs!
6th grade: Justice Floyd Tyler Brocato JJ Poynter
Keke Marshall Emma Thompson Maddie Chrisman
7th grade: Parker Pierson Wesley Tompkins
Marquis Adams Simone Gordon Elise Hibbs
Jordan Troutman Richecade Fleuriot
8th grade: Wesley Smith Brennen Stone
Steven Kirkman Zoe Stone Yasmine Santana
Serya Baltzell
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