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Students participate in state-wide standardized tests to assess their mastery of the standards. The students’ results also affect their current grades and placement in future classes. Please refer to the Southport Middle School Testing Fact Sheet for information on how these results impact your child’s grades.Read More
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Southport Middle School students put on a magnificent performance of the Disney production The Jungle Book for Kids
Southport Middle School students put on a magnificent performance of the Disney production The Jungle Book for Kids. It all began with an exciting announcement in early January to Mrs. Dusash’s Exceptional Student Education class that all of her students would have an important part to play in the upcoming drama production of The Jungle Book. According to Ms. Ruby Soto, ESE Para professional and stage hand for the performance, “the students’ enthusiasm was, without any doubt, reflected in their performances” on March 9, 2017.
Mrs. Dudash’s class, along with many other Southport students put on a performance that brought tears to the eyes of staff members and laughter to all that were in presence. The inclusion of ALL students in this performance is what made it so SPECTACULAR. Drama teacher and director, Mr. A.J. Quinn, did an exceptional job teaching an extraordinary lesson that there are no limitations on the stage or in our abilities. Our students, of all abilities, learned to overcome their own fears by proving that with hard work and dedication amazing things can be accomplished, particularly when we work together to do so. The talent exhibited on stage was inspiring and “limitless”. The immense pride of student success was felt by all. Mr. Quinn, noted that it was “an honor and a privilege to have the opportunity to create such an amazing show with an even more amazing group of people! The excitement emanating from the stage was palpable and the warmth of that joy was felt by every member of the audience. Words cannot express how grateful I am for all of the faculty, staff, parents, and students who worked so hard to make this production a reality. Thank you seems insignificant compared to all of your efforts, but unfortunately it is all that I have. With that in mind, thank you all for all you do and thank you for joining me in celebrating the bare necessities of life”. Congratulations to all on a job well done!Read More
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Please check out the March 2017 Updates including the monthly calendar and flyer for Southport’s annual PBS Carnival taking place from 12:00 noon ~ 2:00PM on early dismissal day, Friday, March 10, 2017.
Spring Break begins on March 13th and students and teachers will return back to school on Monday, March 20, 2017.