Spirit Day Friday March 3

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Feb 272017
 

Students that wear jeans are asked to donate a dollar or more to benefit Habitat for Humanity.

 

Acceptable Clothing

-Normal dress code bottoms (ankle length)

-Solid, navy blue or black jeans (ankle length)

-Normal dress code top (tucked into bottoms)

-Southport spirit shirt with or without a collar (tucked into bottoms)

Unacceptable Clothing

-Bottoms that do not come to the ankle or with legs rolled

-Leggings, yoga pants, skinny jeans, sweatpants, athletic pants, and stretch material

-Jeans other than navy blue or black

-Hooded shirts

-Jerseys

-Elementary and homemade spirit shirts

-Tops or bottoms with holes, rips, tears, cuts, frays, patches, or inappropriate or excessive designs (beyond pockets)

 

*If students choose not to wear the appropriate clothing they’ll call home for a change of clothing or work in In-School Suspension for the day.

Math Bowl 2017

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Feb 242017
 

Students from Southport Academy competed Thursday evening in the IASP Math Bowl.  The event was hosted by Neil Armstrong Elementary in Mooresville.  Pictured participants below are:   Sam Brookshire, Matthew Ritchie, Thomas VanVlymen, Jason Young, Kaitlynn Miner, Andrea Cerda-Duran, Jackie Coy, Robert Bawi, and Billy Rust.

 

ISTEP Prep

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Feb 242017
 

This week students and staff had some fun while making their final preparations for the first portion of ISTEP… Below are pictures from “Super Hero” Day, “Pajama “Day, and “Freaky Friday”…Students dressed like staff and staff dressed like students….

 

 

 

ISTEP SPIRIT DAYS/PENNIES FOR PATIENTS

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Feb 172017
 

Spirit Week

This next week we are going to fire up for ISTEP, which begins February 27th, and collect more money for Pennies for Patients which ends on February 24th.  Each day will have special theme for the students and teachers to dress up for.  Each day we will collect 50 cents from those who are participating.  All of the money collected will be given to Pennies for Patients.

SPIRIT DAYS

Tuesday-“Relax. You’ll Do Great.”   Pajama Day

Wednesday-“You Have All The Power You Need”   Super Hero Day

Thursday-“Score Big”  Favorite Jersey Day

Friday-“Freaky Friday”   Students dress like their favorite teacher and teachers dress like the students.

 

We hope to have a fun week as we prepare for ISTEP and make a difference in the lives of those who are battling childhood leukemia.

 

 

 

Celebrating Success

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Feb 032017
 

The students pictured below all increased their lexile in reading by 200 points or higher.  Each Student was presented with a certificate and a medal stating

“Readers are Leaders”!!!

Awesome Work!!!!!

Spirit Day Friday February 3 Pennies for Patients

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Jan 312017
 

Students that wear jeans are asked to donate a dollar or more to benefit Pennies for Patients. 

Students that donate $1 will receive a sticker. 

Students that donate $2 will receive a bracelet. 

Students that donate $3 or more will receive both.

 

Acceptable Clothing

-Normal dress code bottoms (ankle length)

-Solid, navy blue or black jeans (ankle length)

-Normal dress code top (tucked into bottoms)

-Southport spirit shirt with or without a collar (tucked into bottoms)

Unacceptable Clothing

-Bottoms that do not come to the ankle or with legs rolled

-Leggings, yoga pants, skinny jeans, sweatpants, athletic pants, and stretch material

-Jeans other than navy blue or black

-Hooded shirts

-Jerseys

-Elementary and homemade spirit shirts

-Tops or bottoms with holes, rips, tears, cuts, frays, patches, or inappropriate or excessive designs (beyond pockets)

 

*If students choose not to wear the appropriate clothing they’ll call home for a change of clothing or work in In-School Suspension for the day.