Good Morning , South
Monday, April 20th
Key Club is meeting in room G109 at lunch today.
THAT team, South's robotics team, is heading off to St. Louis tomorrow to compete in the FIRST World Championships. This is like the Olympics of robotics. They will be competing against teams from Mexico, Egypt, China, Australia, and many other countries. Please wish Trevor Sprague, Matt Johnson, Scott Parmelee, Gus Floerschinger, and Alex Wong good luck.
The new date for the mandatory rehearsal of the NHS Induction Ceremony is Thursday, April 23rd at lunch in the Auditeria. All new members must attend. Additionally, any member interested in running for a 2015 office must pick up an informational packet at the April 23rd meeting. See Mrs. Dietrich in H211 if you have questions.
ALL GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING FLAG FOOTBALL NEXT FALL . . . Please come to a brief but important meeting at lunch (10:30) on Wednesday, April 22nd in the Upper Gym to prepare for next season. We will discuss upcoming camps, club programs and summer workouts. If you have questions, please see COACH KIRN in F-204.
South Anchorage High is proud to announce the new girl's head basketball coach Mr. Paul VanLandingham. Current players and girls interested in joining next year should come on out and meet the coach during lunch in the auditetia on Tuesday, April 21. Pizza will be served!
There will be a letter of intent signing this Tuesday at 2:15 in the Auditoria. Please come and support your departing Lady Wolverine- Sabrina Ungaro as she signs on at Green River Community College to play basketball for the Gators of Auburn, Washington!
Attention Juniors who took the ACT during the school day on March 3rd- you can get a copy of your score from your counselor.
The computer lab in room F211 will be open today during lunch for student use. The library computers will not be available at lunch during AMP testing.
Are you interested in Choir? If so, auditions for next year’s ensembles will be held Wednesday and Thursday April 22nd and 23rd, in the choir room after school from 2-3 pm. Go to C202 and see Mrs. Nelson for more information.
Ischool summer school registration is now available. You can print the registration forms from the ischool website or pick up a form from the curriculum office or your counselor.
KCC will also offer summer school courses
May 26–June 12, classes run M-F from 8am-2:40pm
Pick up a registration form from the curriculum office or your counselor. Transportation will be provided after school to "proximity stops". Transportation to school is the responsibility of the student.
Each summer school class is $100. You can pay online through Zangle parent connect or with Mrs.Thornton in the front office. Attach your receipt to your registration and bring it to your counselor.
Any student taking an AP exam this year MUST attend a mandatory Pre-Administration session in the AUDITERIA.
There are three sessions to choose from:
April 21st @ 10:25 (lunch)
April 22nd @ 7am (before school)
April 23rd @ 2:05 (after school)
Bring a #2 Pencil, not mechanical!
Put this in your calendar!
All Credit By Choice grades must be received by the Registrar’s office by May 1st at 2:00 p.m. to be added to graduates credits. Grades must be sent directly from the Institution giving the grade by fax to 907-742-6259 and an official copy mailed. No copies directly from students are accepted.
The yellow final transcript form for seniors is now available in the Curriculum Office. Your college will require a final transcript with your graduation date and final credits posted before finalizing your college first semester classes. All requests must have a complete address for the college you are attending before we are able to process your request. An unofficial transcript will also be mailed to your home when grades post. Plan ahead and get your final transcript form turned in.
Any student missing final exams needs to complete the Late Final Form in the Curriculum Office. Finals CANNOT be given early and the makeup day has been set for June 3rd at 8:00 am in the Curriculum Office. Zeros will be turned in for missing exams and grade changes turned in when exams have been graded. Any questions can be answered in the Curriculum Office.
Students in 9-11th grades that are wanting correspondence grades to post to transcripts for this semester must have the grade posted to their transcript by July 24. It is suggested that correspondence classes be completed by mid June in order for exams to be graded and the correspondence school to send the grade to your school in time for the grade to be posted no later than the July 24th deadline. Any classes completed after July 24th will be posted to transcripts for first semester of the 15/16 school year and not able to be used for eligibility.
South's got talent is this Wednesday, Aprill2 in the auditeris at 6:30. Come out and support all of the amazing and talented students we have at south.
Also, if you are a south's got talent contestant there is a mandatory meeting this tuesday in c114 during lunch. If for some reason you can not make it, tell a student government representative or Christenson.