Southport Academy Spirit Day Friday Aug. 5

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Aug 022016
 

Students that wear jeans are asked to donate a dollar or more to benefit Special Olympics.  Students are encouraged to wear red, white, or blue tops to support the USA in the upcoming Olympics.

Acceptable Clothing

-Normal dress code bottoms (knee length)

-Solid, navy blue or black jeans (knee 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 knee 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.

 

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Required 6th Grade Immunizations

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Jun 162016
 

There are two booster shots required to enter 6th grade, MCV and Tdap.  On Monday August 15, 2016 Perry Township Schools will exclude students who are not current with vaccinations from attending school.  Please check your child’s shot record and either submit a complete record to school or have your child vaccinated.

 

If you child still requires immunizations, make an appointment at your doctor’s office or with the Marion County Health Department.  They provide free vaccinations for people who have Medicaid Part A and charge a nominal fee for all others.  There are walk-in hours and appointment-only hours at the two local clinics.

 

  • 317-783-2474
  • 317-883-3165

 

If you have questions about our child’s shot records, you can call Esther Moeller at 317-789-3165.

 

 

 

 

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Congratulations Mr. Schubert

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Jun 032016
 

Congratulations to Mr. Schubert.  He was selected as “Southport Academy’s Teacher of the Year” for 2016.  Mr. Schubert teaches math and science on Team Respect!!!!

Great Job Mr. Schubert.  Thanks for all you do!!!!!

jerry schubert teacher of year

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SA Spring Concerts

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May 252016
 

 

Music students from Southport Academy performed their final concert as 6th graders on May 24.  Well Done!!!!

 

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2016 Southport Academy Honor’s Program

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May 242016
 

Southport 6th Grade Academy honored almost 250 students for the outstanding effort and academic achievement…We are proud of the 6th Grade class of 2016.

 

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Southport 6th Grade Academy Tessellation Tiles

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May 112016
 
Mrs. Goodson’s Pre-Algebra class studied transformations and then designed their own tessellation and drew them on a ceiling tile to be hung in the classroom.  They created their own translations, rotations, or reflections of different animals, characters, and objects.
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Spirit Day Friday May 6 for the “Son Foundation”

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May 032016
 

Every day, many cancer center patients come from outside Indianapolis for cancer treatments. These patients are in town for multiple days receiving treatments and often their family members want to be present for comfort and support.  The SON Foundation Hospitality House is meeting this basic need by accommodating the patients, primary caregivers and/or family members. These accommodations are available to any patient, caregiver and/or family.

Students that wear jeans are asked to donate a dollar or more to benefit the “Son Foundation.”

Acceptable Clothing

-Normal dress code bottoms (knee length)

-Solid, navy blue or black jeans (knee 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 knee 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.

Southport Academy Reading Machines!!!

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Apr 192016
 
Natalia Delgado, Audra Barclay, and Naomi Chan on Team Noble have been avid readers all year.  They have devoured 7,539,476 words, earned 1,989 Reading Counts points, and have passed 174 Reading Counts books with an average lexile of 860.  This is some serious reading.  Great job girls.
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ISTEP Spirit Days

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Apr 182016
 

ISTEP Spirit Days Wednesday, Thursday and Friday April 20-22

 

Wednesday:  Neon Day:  “Our Future is Bright!!!” Wear bright colored/neon shirts and sunglasses (Shirts solid in color and regular school code bottoms)

Thursday:  Wacky/Tacky Day: “Won’t Let Testing Drive Me Wacky!!!” Wear mismatched/crazy socks and/or mismatched shoes (regular shirts and bottoms)

Friday:  Twin Day “Match Your Wits!!!” Dress like a friend…(School Dress code)
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Perry Township Celebrates Humanitarian Award Winners

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Apr 142016
 

Southport Academy celebrated it’s Humanitarian Award winners Wednesday evening.  Representing the Academy were:  Margaret Manning , Theresa Collins, and Anthony Montilla.  We congratulate them on the service to others and their school.

 

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