7:00 AM - 3:30 PM Class of 2020 Spirit Pack Distribution
10:45 AM - 11:25 AM U of M--Ann Arbor (first lunch)
11:40 AM - 12:20 PM U of M--Ann Arbor (second lunch)
12:25 PM - 1:15 PM University of Detroit Mercy
12:25 PM - 1:15 PM University of Chicago
9:00 AM Run the Pointe
8:40 AM - 9:25 AM University of Southern California
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM University of Miami
10:20 AM - 11:10 AM Ohio Wesleyan University
12:25 PM - 1:15 PM U of M--Dearborn
9:50 AM - 10:45 AM Boston College
12:25 PM - 1:15 PM Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandise
9:50 AM - 10:45 AM Williams College
12:25 PM - 1:15 PM Dickenson College
College Bound Seniors. Do you want your transcripts sent???? Then you must fill out the Status of Application Notification sheet located in the CRC on the table with the Oregon Ducks banner. Upon completion please give to Mrs. Nap in the CRC. Transcripts will NOT be sent until this form is completed.
College visits this week: Brown Bag Lunch and Learn series begins tomorrow with the University of Michigan/Ann Arbor. Please bring a bag lunch to the Library. You must attend during your assigned lunch period. If you do not attend during your assigned lunch period...just know...passes will not be issued resulting in an unexcused absence. Please do not dilly dally to the Library as you will only have 38 minutes for the presentation. Also visiting tomorrow is U of D Mercy--5th hour in the CRC Finally on Friday we have the University of Chicago --5th hour in the CRC Please sign up on Naviance for all visits
Freshmen: There is a Class Council meeting this Wednesday at 7 AM in Mrs. Pierce's room!
Students, the homecoming dance takes place on September 29 this year. Tickets will be sold at both lunches in the two weeks prior to the event. This is from Monday, September 17 through Friday, September 28. Tickets will begin at $10 each, but will increase to $15 each at the door.
Thank you to everyone who participated in last week’s voting!!! We will open the second round of online voting for homecoming TODAY and voting will close Thursday, September 20th at 3PM. You will be able to vote for your grade through a google form that’s accessible through the QR code provided in your 3rd hour. If you don't get a chance to vote in your third hour, DON'T worry!!!! There are posters hung around the school and South’s website with the QR code for you to vote at your convenience up through Thursday. FRESHMAN ARE ENCOURAGED TO VOTE!!! Please feel free to contact or Ms. Sobalak (room 252/272) with any questions or concerns!
Freshman! Float parties are Wednesdays from 4-7pm and Sundays from 2-5pm at 193 GP Blvd. You don't have to stay the whole time - come for as long or as little as you can!
Juniors! Float parties are a great way to help contribute to your classes homecoming success and have fun at the same time. Our float parties are on Wednesday's from 4-7 and Sunday's from 1-5, always at 719 Lakepointe. There is always free food and lots of work to do. Our weekly meetings are in Mr. Rennell's room, room 164, before school at 7:15 on Wednesdays. Can't wait to see you there!
Class of 2020, make sure to pick up your spirit packs on Wednesday before school, after school, or during either lunch in Cleminson Hall. Our spirit day is Monday, so make sure to wear your class t-shirt then!
Has the start of school been stressful? Come relax and unwind with yoga club on Wednesday from 3:15-4:15 PM. Due to potential rain, we plan on meeting in 266 in the the S-building. Mats and snacks are provided!
Auditions for the South Jazz Band will take place on Monday, September 24 after school from 3:30 to 8:30 PM. Please come by the band & orchestra room 25 to sign up for an audition time slot and pick up a copy of the audition information.
Interested in the political process? Want to learn more about the local Democratic Party? Come to the Young Democrats of America meeting Wednesday after school in room 215 of the IA building. Snacks will be provided.
The Philosophical Thinkers Club is having its first informational meeting Wednesday Mr. Bouda's room #182 right after school. Just bring an intellectual curiosity. No previous knowledge of Philosophy is required.
Interested in serving your community through art? Join National Art Honors Society! Our first meeting will be Wednesday at 7:30am in room 217 in the IA building. Join us for info and some snacks!
French Students interested in helping to plan this year's French Club events should attend the meeting on Friday at 7:30 in Madame Moon's room. They will discuss individual roles you may have as well as begin planning this year's first event.
Fall sports captains: check your school emails as soon as possible for a very important message about your involvement in this year's annual Pep Assembly.
Monday the boys Varsity tennis team defeated Grosse Pointe North 8-0. Senior winners include singles players Sean Miller and Michael Willard and Senior doubles teams of Turner Sine and Mickey Kuchta and Sam Packer and John Lynch. Way to go South! The boys’ varsity tennis team travels to Utica Eisenhower on Wednesday. Good luck boys.
In a battle back and forth all night last night South JV soccer tied Romeo 1-1. Tristian Davis scored an unassisted goal when Romeo keeper bobbled the ball. Doug Tengler blocked what sure to be the game winner against South. Defensive standouts were Seth Morandini and Alex Tigges. Come out to watch South beat North tomorrow night at South, kickoff at 6 PM.
South Boys' Varsity soccer fans --- come out to GP South Stadium on Wednesday to watch your Blue Devils take on GP North for our annual Military Appreciation Game. This year, the schools are raising money for the Disabled American Veterans charity. The pre-game festivities include a procession of current service men and women/veterans who enter the stadium with players from both teams, bagpiper(s) and a military flag guard procession. The festivities will begin at 6:45 pm and the game set to start at 730 pm. Not only is this a great cause to support, but you also get to see two great soccer programs battle it out to boot! Go South!