South Fulton Middle and High School

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  • PARENT SURVEY:  We are working to improve conditions for learning in our schools.  We would appreciate your help by completing a short survey.  Parent Link Survey can be found below:

    https://stateoftennessee.formstack.com/forms/tscs_parent_survey_202021

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  • One-to-One Laptop Distribution

    South Fulton High School students will be issued a laptop device much like being issued a textbook.  These laptops are to be used at school for classwork, testing and for assigned Distance Learning work on Fridays.  

     

    Students need to return their contracts so their laptops can be distributed starting on Tuesday - January 19, 2021.  Personal devices will not be allowed in school.  Students will need to use the assigned device while in the building.  

     

    Parents can choose to take insurance for device protection.  Just like if a textbook is lost or damaged, the student will be charged if the  device is damaged or needs to be replaced.  Insurance can help with that replacement cost.

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  • OPT IN FOR OBION COUNTY SCHOOL TEXT MESSAGES

    Opt-in to Receive Important TEXT Messages from Obion County Schools

    If you missed the first opportunity to opt-in to receive text messages from our school district, then you can text the word Yes to number 67587. This is the short code for our calling system. You should instantly receive a text stating that you are registered for School Messenger notifications. This opportunity is always available so anyone in our school district that missed the first opportunity or if you have changed your mind about text messages, then you can follow these simple steps.   

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  • REPORT CARDS

    Report Cards will be sent home on Wednesday, January 6, 2021.   Students who have 2 or more Fs on their report card are placed on the Restricted List for extra-curricular activities, games, dances, etc., for the next six weeks.  At that time, grades will be reviewed again and students can earn their way off the restricted list by passing their classes.  School-work comes first.  Do not drop students off at events because there will be a no pass list for students with 2 or more Fs and they will be turned away at the door.  

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  • DISTANCE LEARNING FRIDAYS FOR ALL

    Distance Learning will continue for all students every Friday until further notice.  Those students who are currently participating in regular in-person classes will continue to have in-person classes Monday through Thursday with distance learning on Fridays. Those students participating in full-time distance learning will continue to have daily assignments available online or through paper packets. Packets will still be available for pickup and drop off on Mondays. No new students will be allowed to enroll in full-time distance learning without a doctor’s statement or without a quarantine order from the Department of Health or School.

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  • DROP OFF TIME:  7:40 a.m. - Students will have temperatures taken prior to entering the building.  Students cannot enter the building until a staff person does the temperature check.

     

     

    PICK UP TIME: 3:00 p.m. - Car Riders will be called by name to come to the line for pickup in the afternoon.

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  • Masks

    ALL ATHLETIC EVENTS

    Spectators will be required to wear a mask during the entire event and have temperatures taken prior to entering the sports complex. We will also have a limited number of seats available for events. No sports passes will be available for purchase this school year.

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  • Coronavirus Information:

    We have received guidance on how schools need to respond to coronavirus.  The link for information is below:

    https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/specific-groups/guidance-for-schools.html?mc_cid=1bcf8207f3&mc_eid=4a378b111e

     

    Products that can be used to kill virus and prevent spread:

    https://www.scribd.com/document/450271717/sars-cov-2-list-03-03-2020#fullscreen&from_embed

     

    Frequently Asked Questions about the coronavirus for Parents:

    https://www.tn.gov/content/dam/tn/education/health-&-safety/Coronavirus%20FAQ%20for%20Parents.pdf?mc_cid=6cfb2cbbcf&mc_eid=4a378b111e


     

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  • TN READY GRADUATE

    The Ready Graduate criteria includes the following four measures for graduates. To be considered a ready graduate, students must meet at least one of the following:

    ● Score of 21 or higher on ACT (or 1060 or higher on the SAT); or

    ● Complete 4 early postsecondary opportunities (EPSOs); or

    ● Complete 2 EPSOs and earn an industry certification; or

    ● Complete 2 EPSOs and earn a score of military readiness of a 31 on ASVAB AFQT.

    There is still time for students to be able to qualify as a Ready Graduate.  Talk to your school counselor about how to help your child become a Ready Graduate.


     

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  • Teen Drivers Driver

    Attendance and Passing Grades are important. TN TEEN DRIVERS - must show proof of school attendance/progress from a current Tennessee school or a letter from the school in your previous state that confirms your attendance (no more than 15 days missed) and satisfactory progress during enrollment in that school. This letter must be signed and dated by the principal. Schools report to the State students who are not making satisfactory progress (failing 2 or more classes) and the State pulls that teen's license until they can show satisfactory progress.


     

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