May 15, 2015

ischool, KCC and on site Summer school information is available in the curriculum office or from your counselor.

Attention Lady Flag Football Players – there will be a short meeting at lunch on Friday in the Upper Gym for girls interested in playing flag football next season.  We will be discussing summer camps and workouts.  Please arrive by 10:30 so you will not miss any of the announcements.v

All library books are due now.  There are 482 items that are out.  Yes, that's 482.  Please return them as soon as possible.

Dates for Summer School at KCC are May 26-June 12, a week earlier than other summer schools.  Sign up for one of our fun and interactive classes to earn .5 elective credit.  With choices like welding or wilderness summer camp, cosmetology or collision repair, there is something to interest everyone. See you counselor to sign up or call us at KCC.  742-8900

School is almost over! If you haven't checked your community service hours in with Ms Kole in room F112, please make sure to do so before the end of the year. Are you planning on doing some community service over the summer? Did you know you may get credit for it? Come to room F112 to get more information.

For any sophomores interested there will be a small get together with all of the sophomores  in Ms. Mcconnell's room located in E hall with free pizza during lunch today. Come down and eat and catch up with your fellow sophomores

May 14, 2015

Dates for Summer School at KCC are May 26-June 12, a week earlier than other summer schools.  Sign up for one of our fun and interactive classes to earn .5 elective credit.  With choices like welding or wilderness summer camp, cosmetology or collision repair, there is something to interest everyone. See you counselor to sign up or call us at KCC.  742-8900

Attention Lady Flag Football Players – there will be a short meeting at lunch on Friday in the Upper Gym for girls interested in playing flag football next season.  We will be discussing summer camps and workouts.  Please arrive by 10:30 so you will not miss any of the announcements.

Attention Lady Flag Football Players – there will be a short meeting at lunch on Friday in the Upper Gym for girls interested in playing flag football next season.  We will be discussing summer camps and workouts.  Please arrive by 10:30 so you will not miss any of the announcements.

ischool, KCC and on site Summer school information is available in the curriculum office or from your counselor.

May 11, 2015

Monday that Key Club is meeting in room G109 at lunch on Monday.

"Math Tutorial happens EVERY lunch in room G204. Bring your lunch...bring your lunch....bring your friends...get help in any math subject by REAL South High math teachers!"

ischool, KCC and on site Summer school information is available in the curriculum office or from your counselor.

Video Awards is tomorrow! There is free admission and popcorn will be sold. 7-9 pm.

May 8, 2015

ischool, KCC and on site Summer school information is available in the curriculum office or from your counselor.

Seniors its your last day. turn in your library books

Seniors and foreign exchange students - there is  a graduation meeting in the auditeria on Friday at 9:15 when your finals are over.

SENIORS:  If you would like your congratulation letter from the Governor on your graduation from High School, please stop by the Curriculum Office before Friday to pick it up!

Seniors, all fines and fees must be cleared in order to receive your diploma at graduation.  Please see Mrs. Thorton and pay your fines and fees!

Seniors - the row list for graduation is posted outside the auditeria.  Be sure to check it out

SENIORS:   The Curriculum Office has only received about 50 requests for FINAL OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS be sent to the college you will be attending.   ALL colleges will require a final transcript with your graduation date and second semester grades posted on it before they will finalize your scheduling for classes. PLEASE GET YOUR FINAL TRANSCRIPTS

Seniors clean out and return locks to the PE teachers today please!!!

The School Store has Hot Pockets, Breakfast Sandwiches, Mac and Cheese , Yogurt, Cheese Sticks, Popsicles, Fudge bars and much more,  Also this is your last chance to get your spirit wear before summer. Please support your school store. All proceeds from the school store go directly back into our school.

 

May 7, 2015

SENIORS:   The Curriculum Office has only received about 50 requests for FINAL OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS be sent to the college you will be attending.   ALL colleges will require a final transcript with your graduation date and second semester grades posted on it before they will finalize your scheduling for classes.   

Seniors and foreign exchange students - there is  a graduation meeting in the auditeria on Friday at 9:15 when your finals are over. Seniors get a lot of announcements today.

SENIORS:  If you would like your congratulation letter from the Governor on your graduation from High School, please stop by the Curriculum Office before Friday to pick it up!

Seniors, all fines and fees must be cleared in order to receive your diploma at graduation.  Please see Mrs. Thorton and pay your fines and fees!

Seniors - the row list for graduation is posted outside the auditeria.  Be sure to check it out.

the school store has Hot Pockets, Breakfast Sandwiches, Mac and Cheese , Yogurt, Cheese Sticks, Popsicles, Fudge bars and much more,  Also this is your last chance to get your sprit wear before summer. Please support your school store. All proceeds from the school store go directly back into our school. Could it run on Thursday and Friday this week and 2 times next week?

Let’s Go to Europe!  Information meeting on our EF Trip to Venice, Lucerne, Paris, and London over Spring Break, 2016. Come to  room H209 at 6:30 PM on Thursday, May 7.

School is almost over! If you haven't checked your community service hours in with Ms Kole in room F112, please make sure to do so before the end of the year. Are you planning on doing some community service over the summer? Did you know you may get credit for it? Come to room F112 to get more information.

The Bible Club will meet in Mrs. DePalatis's room, G112, today at lunch.

 

May 6, 2015

Library books are due Friday, May 8.

SENIORS:   The Curriculum Office has only received about 50 requests for FINAL OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS be sent to the college you will be attending.   ALL colleges will require a final transcript with your graduation date and second semester grades posted on it before they will finalize your scheduling for classes.   The yellow FINAL TRANSCRIPT form is available in the Curriculum Office and must be filled out with a complete address for the college you are attending.  Please plan ahead!

Seniors and foreign exchange students - there is  a graduation meeting in the auditeria on Friday at 9:15 when your finals are over.

SENIORS:  If you would like your congratulation letter from the Governor on your graduation from High School, please stop by the Curriculum Office before Friday to pick it up!

Seniors, all fines and fees must be cleared in order to receive your diploma at graduation.  Please see Mrs. Thorton and pay your fines and fees!

Library is closed today because of AP testing. F211 will be open at lunch for computer use.

Anyone who rode their bikes to school may enter a prize drawing for a Redline Raid  bike from the Bicycle Shop or in-store credit for the value of the bike. See Ms. Miller (the PE teacher) for raffle tickets at the front of school on May 6. Help keep Alaska #1! Bike to School on May 6

“South Baseball will hold American Legion Baseball tryouts on Sunday, May 17th, at 2:00 pm at Taylar Young Field. Coach Cliff Butcher plans to have three teams this year. One Legion AA Team and two Legion A Teams. Interested 8th graders through 19 year olds are encouraged to tryout. Fees are anticipated to be between $500.00.-$600.00 this season with travel to Fairbanks anticipated by Legion teams and then the Legion AA team travel to Ketchikan. There are many games scheduled May 30 through late July with end of season tournaments. This is a great time for summer baseball! Questions: Contact Coach Cliff Butcher at cbutcher12@live.com. Go South!!!”

Magic the Gathering Club will meet in the library today.

GSA meets today in F111
TOMORROW IS 80’s DAY

May 5, 2015

Don’t  forget to dress up as your favorite movie or book character tomorrow

 

ischool, KCC and on site Summer school information is available in the curriculum office or from your counselor.

 

Seniors- library books are due now. If you still have a book out, you are now on the fines list.  All other library books are due Friday, May 8.

 

SENIORS:   The Curriculum Office has only received about 50 requests for FINAL OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS be sent to the college you will be attending.   ALL colleges will require a final transcript with your graduation date and second semester grades posted on it before they will finalize your scheduling for classes.

 

Anchorage School District students will be riding their bikes to celebrate Bike to School Day on Wednesday, May 6. More than 50 schools will be participating in this event that promotes healthy habits, safe bicycling and a cleaner environment. Last year Alaska ranked first in the nation for number of schools and participants in Bike to School Day.

Students who ride their bikes to school on May 6 may enter a prize drawing for a Redline Raid  bike from the Bicycle Shop or in-store credit for the value of the bike. See Ms. Miller (the PE teacher) for raffle tickets at the front of school on May 6. Help keep Alaska #1! Bike to School on May 6!

 

Seniors and foreign exchange students - there is  a graduation meeting in the auditeria on Friday at 9:15 when your finals are over.

 

The library will be closed all day today; tomorrow it is closed until 11:00; and it will be closed all day on Wednesday.  It is now AP testing time.  F211 will be open at lunch for computer use.

 

t's here! The POPS Concert is today at 7pm in the auditiria! This FREE concert will feature favorites by Michael Jackson like ABC/I want you back and Happy by Pharrell Williams and Home by Phillip Phillips - PLUS solos by your favorites like Deanna Garner, Jack Hale, and the Clarks!  Plus there is dancing! Don't miss it!  

 

partners club meets today in room e104


Red Cross Club meets today  at lunch in Room H113.

May 4, 2015

MAY THE FOURTH BE WITH YOU! This is my personal favorite holiday! :)

In other news:

ischool, KCC and on site Summer school information is available in the curriculum office or from your counselor

Seniors- library books are due now. Please return them as soon as possible to avoid being put on the fines list. All other library books are due Friday, May 8.

SENIORS: The Curriculum Office has only received about 50 requests for FINAL OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS be sent to the college you will be attending. ALL colleges will require a final transcript with your graduation date and second semester grades posted on it before they will finalize your scheduling for classes. The yellow FINAL TRANSCRIPT form is available in the Curriculum Office and must be filled out with a complete address for the college you are attending. Please plan ahead!

Anchorage School District students will be riding their bikes to celebrate Bike to School Day on Wednesday, May 6. More than 50 schools will be participating in this event that promotes healthy habits, safe bicycling and a cleaner environment. Last year Alaska ranked first in the nation for number of schools and participants in Bike to School Day. Students who ride their bikes to school on May 6 may enter a prize drawing for a Redline Raid bike from the Bicycle Shop or in-store credit for the value of the bike. See Ms. Miller (the PE teacher) for raffle tickets at the front of school on May 6. Help keep Alaska #1! Bike to School on May 6!

It's here! The POPS Concert is Tuesday May 5th at 7pm in the auditiria! This FREE concert will feature favorites by Michael Jackson like ABC/I want you back and Happy by Pharrell Williams and Home by Phillip Phillips - PLUS solos by your favorites like Deanna Garner, Jack Hale, and the Clarks! Plus there is dancing! Don't miss it!

School is almost over! If you haven't checked your community service hours in with Ms Kole in room F112, please make sure to do so before the end of the year. Are you planning on doing some community service over the summer? Did you know you may get credit for it? Come to room F112 to get more information.

Congratulations to the 2015-2016 National Honor Society Officers: President, Jack Sexauer; Vice President, Claire Baldwin; Secretary, Kate Wilson; Treasurer, Yulim Kim; and Historian, Erica Loughrey. All new officers must attend a mandatory meeting Wednesday at lunch in Mrs. Dietrich's room, H211.

 

May 1, 2015

South softball defeated Eagle River 16-0 and Chugiak 6-4 in extra time in Wednesday night’s double header. South is now 4-1 on the season.

National Honor Society will meet Friday at lunch in the Auditeria. This meeting is mandatory for all NHS juniors and sophomores. Officer candidates will give a one-minute speech, followed by voting for the 2015 NHS Officers. No late voting will be allowed! Also, sophomores who missed Induction must attend or else they will not be considered official members for next year. See Mrs. Dietrich in H211 with questions.

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.

Ischool, KCC and on site Summer school information is available in the curriculum office or from your counselor.

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.

Anchorage School District students will be riding their bikes to celebrate Bike to School Day on Wednesday, May 6. More than 50 schools will be participating in this event that promotes healthy habits, safe bicycling and a cleaner environment. Last year Alaska ranked first in the nation for number of schools and participants in Bike to School Day. Students who ride their bikes to school on May 6 may enter a prize drawing for a Redline Raid bike from the Bicycle Shop or in-store credit for the value of the bike. See Ms. Miller (the PE teacher) for raffle tickets at the front of school on May 6. Help keep Alaska #1! Bike to School on May 6!

SENIORS: The Curriculum Office has only received about 50 requests for FINAL OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS be sent to the college you will be attending. ALL colleges will require a final transcript with your graduation date and second semester grades posted on it before they will finalize your scheduling for classes. The yellow FINAL TRANSCRIPT form is available in the Curriculum Office and must be filled out with a complete address for the college you are attending. Please plan ahead!

"Seniors, if you turned in pictures to the yearbook, please come by room G212 to pick up your flashdrive or disk before Friday!"

The great CHUCK giveaway. Mr. Strauss is giving away his collection of 50 pairs of Converse shoes during lunch in the Commons on Friday. If you wear a size 7 (girls 9) Converse, come on down for a free pair. One per person please

South vs Service Varsity Baseball Opening Game is at Mulcahy at 1:00 pm on Saturday. These are big rivals in baseball, so it should be a fun and exciting game! Bring friends and family! Go South!

April 30, 2015

COMMUNITY

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.

Student Government will be having a one day blow out everything goes sale on class t-shirts and senior sweatshirts.  Come get some class colors and be creative for the last assembly of the year--CROSSOVER--on Tuesday, May 5th.  All shirts will be sold for $5, and senior sweatshirts for $20.  Come to the elevator at lunch on Thursday, April 30 early--first come, first serve, and limited sizes are available!

Seniors- library books are due now.  Please return them as soon as possible to avoid being put on the fines list.  All other library books are due Friday, May 8.

Seniors, if you turned in pictures to the yearbook, please come by room G212 to pick up your flashdrive or disk before Friday!

Anchorage School District students will be riding their bikes to celebrate Bike to School Day on Wednesday, May 6. More than 50 schools will be participating in this event that promotes healthy habits, safe bicycling and a cleaner environment. Last year Alaska ranked first in the nation for number of schools and participants in Bike to School Day.

Students who ride their bikes to school on May 6 may enter a prize drawing for a Redline Raid  bike from the Bicycle Shop or in-store credit for the value of the bike. See Ms. Miller (the PE teacher) for raffle tickets at the front of school on May 6. Help keep Alaska #1! Bike to School on May 6!

The great CHUCK giveaway.  Mr. Strauss is giving away his collection of 50 pairs of Converse shoes during lunch in the Commons on Friday.  If you wear a size 7 (girls 9) Converse, come on down for a free pair. One per person please.

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.

School is almost over! If you haven't checked your community service hours in with Ms Kole in room F112, please make sure to do so before the end of the year. Are you planning on doing some community service over the summer? Did you know you may get credit for it? Come to room F112 to get more information.

National Honor Society will meet Friday at lunch in the Auditeria. This meeting is mandatory for all NHS juniors and sophomores. Officer candidates will give a one-minute speech, followed by voting for the 2015 NHS Officers. No late voting will be allowed! Also, sophomores who missed Induction must attend or else they will not be considered official members for next year. See Mrs. Dietrich in H211 with questions.

Congratulations to Lee Butterfield for being in the top four teachers for the anchorage area for the BP Teachers of Excellence award. If you see him the halls, be sure to congratulate him!

 

CLUBS

The Bible Club will meet in Mrs. DePalatis's room, G112, today at lunch.

Come to F109 for Gender Empowerment Club today at lunch for a pancake feed and brainstorming ideas for next year as well as designing a club sweatshirt design!

 

April 29, 2015

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.

Student Government will be having a one day blow out everything goes sale on class t-shirts and senior sweatshirts.  Come get some class colors and be creative for the last assembly of the year--CROSSOVER--on Tuesday, May 5th.  All shirts will be sold for $5, and senior sweatshirts for $20.  Come to the elevator at lunch on Thursday, April 30 early--first come, first serve, and limited sizes are available!

Seniors- library books are due now.  Please return them as soon as possible to avoid being put on the fines list.  All other library books are due Friday, May 8.

Permission slips for Senior Fun Day are available outside of Mrs. Habberstad's room (F109) and can be turned in to the same place.  Slips are due no later than after school on Tuesday, APRIL 28th.  Senior Fun Day is on Thursday, April 30th and begins at 8am in the Little Gym…

Any seniors who turned in Senior pictures on a flash drive need to come pick them up from the yearbook room, G212, during lunch, 6th period, or after school. If you don't pick them up by May 1st your flash drive will be thrown away.


CLUBS

Magic the Gathering Club will meet in the library today.
Gay Straight Alliance meets today at lunch in room F111.

April 28, 2015

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.

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.   

Student Government will be having a one day blow out everything goes sale on class t-shirts and senior sweatshirts.  Come get some class colors and be creative for the last assembly of the year--CROSSOVER--on Tuesday, May 5th.  All shirts will be sold for $5, and senior sweatshirts for $20.  Come to the elevator at lunch on Thursday, April 30 early--first come, first serve, and limited sizes are available!

Seniors- library books are due now.  Please return them as soon as possible to avoid being put on the fines list.  All other library books are due Friday, May 8.

Permission slips for Senior Fun Day are available outside of Mrs. Habberstad's room (F109) and can be turned in to the same place.  Slips are due no later than after school on Tuesday, APRIL 28th.  Senior Fun Day is on Thursday, April 30th and begins at 8am in the Little Gym…

School is almost over! If you haven't checked your community service hours in with Ms Kole in room F112, please make sure to do so before the end of the year. Are you planning on doing some community service over the summer? Did you know you may get credit for it? Come to room F112 to get more information.

Officer intent forms for National Honor Society elections are due by this Wed. to Mrs. Dietrich in H211. You must turn in a completed form to be on the ballot. Elections will be held at the last NHS meeting, this Friday, May 1st in the Auditeria. See Mrs. Dietrich if you have questions.

The South robotics team traveled to St. Louis this past week to compete in the worlds championship robotics tournament.  There are 4,560 teams in the world from 40 different countries and South ended up in 24th place.   That’s the top 0.5%  in the entire world.  

This is the only world championship of robotics and South earned a spot to compete by winning the Alaska state competition then placing high enough at the west coast regional competition in California. THAT team is comprised of Trevor Sprague, Scott Parmelee , Matt Johnson, Alex Wong and Gus Floerchinger.  Way to go South Robotics.

Partner’s Club meets in room E104
Red Cross Club meets on Tuesdays at lunch in Room H113.

The last football camp will be this Saturday, from 3:00 to 6pm, we will be on the field for this one and its the last camp until the summer workouts start.  Lets make sure we are all there, the coaches will be getting their evals ready for next season varsity team, and we need you there.  See Coach Lewis for details.

April 27, 2015

Thank you for all the entries to video awards. Just as a reminder, do NOT post your videos online for people to see. We want all the material to be new.

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.  

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.  

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.  

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.

Student Government will be having a one day blow out everything goes sale on class t-shirts and senior sweatshirts.  Come get some class colors and be creative for the last assembly of the year--CROSSOVER--on Tuesday, May 5th.  All shirts will be sold for $5, and senior sweatshirts for $20.  Come to the elevator at lunch on Thursday, April 30 early--first come, first serve, and limited sizes are available!

Seniors- library books are due now.  Please return them as soon as possible to avoid being put on the fines list.  All other library books are due Friday, May 8.

Senior Fun Day Slips are due no later than after school on Tomorrow.  Senior Fun Day is this Thursday, April 30th and begins at 8am in the Little Gym…

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.

These are the speakers voted on by the senior class for graduation.

Class speaker - Terek Rutherford

Staff Speaker - Nate Turner

Key Club meets in g109

Math Tutorial happens EVERY lunch in room G204.

Julito Fazzini went 3 for 3 with a double and two RBIs to lead South to a 11- 3 non-conference prep baseball win over Colony on Saturday at Kosinski.

Tommy Koloski pitched four innings to get the win, and Jonny Homza tossed three to get the save.

April 23, 2015

VIDEO AWARDS are due tomorrow. If you want to enter, turn them in or else the Grim Reaper will take your video to his graveyard. (Sly Brow)

ischool, KCC and on site Summer school information is available in the curriculum office or from your counselor.

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.

Permission slips for Senior Fun Day are available outside of Mrs. Habberstad's room (F109) and can be turned in to the same place.  Slips are due no later than after school on Tuesday, APRIL 28th.  Senior Fun Day is on Thursday, April 30th and begins at 8am in the Little Gym…

Seniors please return your library book as soon as possible; they are due Friday, April 24.

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.

Mandatory rehearsal for National Honor Society Induction is today at lunch in the Auditeria. Seniors, this meeting is your last chance to pay for NHS Honor Cords, Juniors and new inductees, officer intent forms will be available at this meeting. Forms must be returned by Wed., April 29 for you to be on the ballot.

Induction is tonight. Please arrive at 5:00 if you are helping set up or 5:30 if you are an inductee.

See Mrs. Dietrich in H211 if you have questions.


The Bible Club will meet in Mrs. DePalatis's room, G112, today at lunch.

Permaculture Club does not meet today! Go outside and enjoy the spring!

Baseball Results:

South 14 eagle river 0

Alex Schlegel, Hunter Johnson and Austin Weller combined for the shutout as South blanked Eagle River 11-0 on Wednesday in a nonleague baseball game at Kosinski Fields.

Freshman outfielder Lian Lincoln went 2-for-2 with three runs scored in his Wolverines debut and shortstop Willy Homza was 2-for-2 with four RBIs.

April 22, 2015

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 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.

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.

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.

) 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. 2) 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.

Permission slips for Senior Fun Day are available outside of Mrs. Habberstad's room (F109) and can be turned in to the same place. Slips are due no later than after school on Tuesday, APRIL 28th. Senior Fun Day is on Thursday, April 30th and begins at 8am in the Little Gym…

Seniors please return your library book as soon as possible; they are due Friday, April 24.

The computer lab in room F211 will be NOT open today during lunch for student use. Sorry for the inconvenience this may cause.

Attention Junior Honor Marshals - there will be a meeting today at in lunch in the auditeria.

Magic the Gathering Club will meet in the library today.

Just a reminder that Gay Straight Alliance meets today at lunch in room F111.

The National Honor Society Induction rehearsal for Thursday, April 16 has been cancelled. The new date for the mandatory rehearsal 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.

Permaculture Club meets TODAY at lunch in H 109. This is a change from our usual meeting day.

April 21, 2015

Tuesday, April 22nd.

South, we have an emergency! Video award videos are due this Friday. If you want to participate and have your success of a video shown to the entire school, you must turn them into Mr. Butterfield by the end of this week. Were counting on you to make South’s first ever video awards a success.

 

COMMUNITY
 

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.

 

1) 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.

2) 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.


Permission slips for Senior Fun Day are available outside of Mrs. Habberstad's room (F109) and can be turned in to the same place.  Slips are due no later than after school on Tuesday, APRIL 28th.  Senior Fun Day is on Thursday, April 30th and begins at 8am in the Little Gym…

 

If you signed up to go on the Construction Career Day Field Trip, your permission slip must be turned in by 2:30 today in Curriculum. Anyone without a permission slip won't be allowed on the bus.

 

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.

 

The National Honor Society Induction rehearsal for Thursday, April 16 has been cancelled. The new date for the mandatory rehearsal 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.

 

Anchorage, Alaska, Wednesday, April 22nd at 2:15pm in the South High Auditeria.  South High senior pitcher Rachel White will sign her letter of intent with #23 Corban University (NAIA).  The senior ace holds the all-time records at South for most innings pitched (192.1), most K’s per inning (1.22) and most career strikeouts (234) through her junior year.

 

Any seniors who turned in Senior pictures on a flash drive need to come pick them up from the yearbook room, G212, during lunch, 6th period, or after school. If you don't pick them up by May 1st your flash drive will be thrown away.


CLUBS

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.

 

Partner’s Club meets at lunch today. 

 

Red Cross meets in room H113. 


SPORTS


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.

April 20, 2015

Good Morning , South

Monday, April 20th

 

CLUBS

 

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.

 

SPORTS

 

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!

 

COMMUNITY

 

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.

April 17, 2015

Thanks to our wonderful PTSO who organized an all school breakfast this morning! This is by far the best way to start our day!

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The National Honor Society Induction rehearsal for Thursday, April 16 has been cancelled. The new date for the mandatory rehearsal 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.

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.

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.

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.

Permission slips for Senior Fun Day are available outside of Mrs. Habberstad's room (F109) and can be turned in to the same place. Slips are due no later than after school on Tuesday, APRIL 28th. Senior Fun Day is on Thursday, April 30th and begins at 8am in the Little Gym…

Prom 2015 is coming up tomorrow! It's going to be totally different from anything we've done before. You don't want to miss it! Tickets are on sale for two more days at lunch. Prices go up at the door, so get your tickets today. Bagoys, our school business partner who offers discounts to all South students, called Mrs Habberstad to ask all students to PLEASE get in early for corsage and boutineer orders. They can't take many last minute orders!

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.

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!

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.

April 16, 2015

COMMUNITY

 

Here are your election results from last week.

Executive Board President – Amber Esplin

Executive Board Vice President – Jojo Mills

Executive Board Treasurer – Jenevia Wika

Executive Board Secretary – Emma Potter

Senior Class President – Delaney Devenport

Senior Class Secretary – Andrew Behm

Senior Class Treasurer – Blake Hepler

Senior Class Historian – Connor McLeod

Senior Class Activities Director – Britton Clifford

Junior Class President – Marielle Luke

Junior Class Vice President – Maddy Mckenzie

Junior Class Secretary – Tristen Tolan

Junior Class Treasurer – Sarah Dolbinski

Junior Class Historian – Max Costello

Junior Class Activities Director – Parker Johnson

Sophomore Class President – Chuck Mills

Sophomore Class Vice President – Dani Cyr

Sophomore Class Secretary – Gina Orizotti

Sophomore Class Treasurer – Kaylee Heck

Sophomore Class Historian – Brice Wilbanks

Sophomore Class Activities Director – Carinne Gilliam


 

(Screen and Screen: Video Awards)

(MAKE THIS ANNOUNCEMENT SEEM VERY IMPORTANT) Video Award Videos are due this Friday. We have lots of amazing prizes for those who enter. Have a lot of fun with all of your video antics.

 

Student Government will be selling Prom tickets in front of the elevator at lunch until April 17th. They will be $40 for a single and $75 for a couple. They will be more expensive at the door so get them soon!

 

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.

 

The south baseball team competed in the 1st annual Rex Matautia tournament. South won the tournament by beating Chugiak in the championship game 10 - 0. All of the members of the baseball team contributed to the championship, with Senior Willy Homza receiving tournament MVP honors. South's next game is Tuesday April 22 against Eagle River high School.

 

Attention Juniors who took the ACT during the school day on March 3rd- you can get a copy of your score from your counselor.

 

Math Tutorial happens EVERY lunch in room G204. Bring your lunch...bring your formulas....bring your friends...get help in any math subject by REAL South High math teachers!

 

this just in from the wolverine coffee shop… here is your daily zen

 

Key Club is meeting in room G109 at lunch

 

Have a boring day, South