12:00 PM - 3:30 PM MeCA Promise Hospital Orientation
6:00 PM Boys Soccer @ Pasco
6:00 AM - 5:00 PM Robotics Competition
8:00 AM - 2:30 PM FBLA District Performance Events
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM Balfour: Last chance to order Senior Announcements/Caps/Gowns
5:00 PM Boys Basketball @ IMG
7:00 PM Boys Soccer vs Zephyrhills
6:00 AM - 5:00 PM Robotics Competition
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM Closed Board Hearing
AVID SPEECH CONTEST
AVID Speech Contest Participants:
Sydney Bagony, Elizabeth Albarran, Chloe Johnson, AVID Coordinator Lacy Holloway, Vrinda Patel (winner), Shayne Mead, and Daniel Sanchez.
College Awareness Week
Sponsored by AVID
“People achieve what they believe they can. We want ALL students to be aware of the opportunities college affords and believe that with hard work comes great reward. We know that the future success of these students will depend on some type of postsecondary education whether that is college, technical school, or military and it is our job to prepare them.” Christina McKinney
Suncoast Raider Branch Lunch & Learn
Calling all South Sumter Raider Families:
Current and Alumni!
South Sumter High School is renovating its
courtyard and revitalizing school spirit!
By donating a brick, you are helping us create a walkway that is representative of the Raider Pride and evidence of our motto that “Tradition Never Graduates.”
Personalize your brick with your name, a message or the memory of a loved one! Donate a 4x8 brick with your family name or an 8x8 tile with your business or organization. A great idea for class reunions! All bricks will be installed in a walkway connecting SSHS buildings and separating areas of the courtyard managed by student organizations.
So make your mark on South Sumter High School
help us create a courtyard our kids can be proud of.
4x8 bricks, 4 lines, - 21 characters each line: $50
8x8 bricks, 4 lines, - 21 characters each line: $100
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
For more information, please contact Shannon Woodard
352-793-3131 ext. 82202 or Shannon.email@example.com
FBLA National 8th Place Winner
In Healthcare Administration
FBLA Members Attended
National Conference this summer
in Baltimore, MD
State Science Fair Team
School Sponsors- Shelly Paulinyce-SSM, Emily Keeler-SSH, Monica Vinas-VCS
South Sumter High School
Teacher of the Year
Mrs. Kimberly Borum
2018 FBLA STATE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
FBLA District winners attended the FBLA State Leadership Conference March 16-19.
Congratulations to Antonio H. he placed 1st in Healthcare Administration and Johnathan B. placed 3rd in Coding and Programming. Both students are now qualified to attend FBLA Nationals in Baltimore this summer.
Sumter County Math Field Day Champions!
1st Place Algebra 1 – Lance Watkins
1st Place Geometry – Jennifer Stempek
2nd Place Algebra 2 – Connor Fitts
Combo winner Advanced Math and Top Combo Score – Meghan Miller
1st Place Algebra 1 Team
1st Place Geometry Team
1st Place Overall
Math Coaches: Nick Sapp and Charlie Breen
Sumter STEM Vision
Congratulations to our Big Springs Regional Science Fair participants! We are proud to be sending the following Sumter students to the State Science and Engineering Fair in March and the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in May!
Cheyenne Shirley- SSM
Johnathan Bressette- SSH
International Science and Engineering Fair:
Makayla Bedgood- SSH
SSHS Health Occupation Students of America- HOSA
The SSHS Health Occupation Students of America competed on Saturday at Regional competitions. We had 16 students compete on Saturday and 10 students advanced to compete at the State conference in April. These are your future surgeons, pediatricians, anesthesiologists, nurses, etc. They are an amazing group of students who are focused and committed! They have been practicing and studying for months! These students were up at 5:00 am on Saturday and traveled 1 ½ hours to compete.
Dual Enrollment Qualifications
Florida's comprehensive education and career planning system, allows students to assess their interests, explore careers, plan for education, and prepare for jobs. The online planning tool helps students make a plan which keeps them on the right path toward success in school and life after graduation. And the best part, MyCareerShines is funded by the state of Florida and FREE for everyone! Go to MyCareerShines.org to get started.
SSHS Mission Statement
South Sumter High School, in partnership with its stakeholders, is committed to providing a systemic, comprehensive educational program to educate, enhance, encourage, and empower all students to achieve their personal, social, educational, and career/life goals. It is a program developed according to professional standards and appropriate models of best practices in the field of education. Learning environments will be physically and psychologically healthy and safe, managed by professionally trained and certified staff. With a commitment to individual uniqueness and maximum development of human potential, the ultimate goal of the program is for students to graduate with the competencies necessary to make self-directed, realistic, and responsible decisions and to become productive workers, lifelong learners and successful contributors to society.
At South Sumter High School we adhere to the belief that all students can learn. Working as a team, our purpose is to provide a comprehensive educational program that assists all students in acquiring the critical skills for lifelong learning and success.
Middle school students from across the county submitted original pieces of art to the district’s first ever Art in the Capitol competition. “The pieces included paintings, drawings, collages, prints, mixed media, computer generated art and photographs. The theme of the competition was Natural Florida.
***ONLY NEW APPLICANTS WISHING TO ATTEND OUT OF THEIR ZONED AREA OR STUDENTS THAT WILL BE PROMOTED UP TO THE NEXT SCHOOL LEVEL (ie: ELEMENTARY TO MIDDLE OR MIDDLE TO HIGH)*** Sumter Residents - Applications Accepted March 11 - April 12, 2019. Out of County Residents - Applications Accepted April 29 - May 13, 2019.
During this sales tax holiday period, Florida law directs that no sales tax or local option tax (also known as discretionary sales surtax) will be collected on purchases of: • Clothing, footwear, and certain accessories selling for $60 or less per item • Certain school supplies selling for $15 or less per item
Bullying, Threats and Intimidation Board Policy 5.321
Civility Board Policy 9.61
Drug-Free Workplace Board Policy 6.33
Controlled Open Enrollment Board Policy 5.23
Florida Economic Security Report Section 1002.20(24) Florida Statutes