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A special thank you to Christian Putnam
If your student is absent for any reason, please call the absence line 781-356-0657
Read all about us in the APRIL issue of the South Side Newsletter here
ATTENTION 8TH GRADE STUDENTS -- Please check out the 8th grade trip page on the left for all the information you need to know
Attention Students: Please return your course selection sheets to the office as soon as possible
SOUTH MIDDLE SCHOOL CELEBRATES APRIL AS THE NATIONAL AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH
Join us in this celebration. Autism Awareness Month promotes awareness, autism acceptance and draws attention to students and others facing an autism diagnosis each year.
As a show of solidarity for this great cause, South Middle School students and staff are encouraged to wear their t-shirt on April 17th right before a well-deserved April vacation. Please consider purchasing a T-Shirt to support autism, all proceeds will go to South PALS, a club that embraces ALL students and aims to promote inclusion, enhance learning, awareness and respect for students with special needs by partnering students up with their peers in a fun, social environment.
Orders for the Autism Awareness T-Shirt, designed by Samantha Le, grade 7 can be found below. All orders must be in by April 3.
South Middle School is please to provide the link to our 2013-2014 School Report Card
The No Child Left Behind report cards are critical tools for promoting accountability for schools, districts, and states by publicizing data about student performance and program effectiveness for parents, policy makers, and other stakeholders. Report cards help parents and the general public see where schools and districts are succeeding and where there is still work to do. States and districts receiving Title I funds must prepare and disseminate annual report cards.
If you would like a hard copy, please contact the South Middle School office
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE SOUTH 5K Sunday, June 14
(All proceeds benefit the South Scholarship Fund)
Homework Club is held Monday-Thursday students can take the late bus at 3:15.
Isn't it wonderful when everyone is included?Tell Us!7th Annual Community Inclusion AwardsSeeking Nominations
Members of our community who help to include everyone in any part of our community will be honored at the 7thAnnual Community Inclusion Awards and we need your help to tell us about them. If you know someone in Braintree, whether they are a community member, parent, student, coach, employer, teacher or anyone you know who includes everyone, especially those with different abilities or challenges in any aspect of our community, please consider nominating them for this award. The recipients of this award will be honored on June 10th at a celebratory event at Braintree Town Hall hosted by Mayor Joseph C. Sullivan.
True inclusion means that ALL community members are actively participating in town wide opportunities alongside their typical peers. Including everyone creates a sense of belonging because all people have regular access to their community and produces an atmosphere that values acceptance, diversity and the wellbeing of all.
Instructions on what should be included in your nomination can be found on the SEPAC website atwww.gpvillage.com/braintreesepac
Nominations must be received in writing and may be sent to:
Attn: Community Inclusion Awards Committee128 Town StreetBraintree, MA 02184
Or via email to one of the committee members listed below:Suzanne Brouillard - firstname.lastname@example.orgKristen Zechello - email@example.comStefanie Brown - firstname.lastname@example.orgLinda Kokoros email@example.comLyn McPhail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Nominations must be received by April 30, 2015