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South High School is distinguished for its exemplary academic programs, dynamic theater and music productions, studies in engineering, visual arts and world languages! We embrace all students and are proud of our diversity. 


Semester ends; no school, Friday

Tigers are reminded, second quarter and the semester will end Thursday, Jan. 28. No school, Friday Jan. 29. First day of third quarter (the half way mark of the school year) will be Monday, Feb. 1.

Two Asynch days, this week

Monday is an A day and Tuesday is a B day, but both Wednesday and Thursday of this week will be Asynchronous days. Take advantage. Check the portal, finish assignments, and if needed, email teachers for appointments to clarify end of term status. 

Come to a Tigerific celebration, Thursday!

Tigers, RSVP now to attend a semester-end party, or to enter the pet or talent shows hosted by South High Ambassadors. NEW - TikToks are a talent! There'll be prizes. See details.

Next week is Academic Planning Night

Families and students in grades 9, 10, 11, are invited to an evening of online presentations Tuesday, Feb. 2, 6-7:30 p.m. | Presentations will be recorded. To attend, click links in English | Spanish | Somali | See flyers.

Conferences set for Feb. 16, 17

Mark calendars for parent-teacher conferences, Tuesday, Feb. 16, 8-4 p.m. and Wednesday, Feb. 17, 4-8 p.m. | Online sign-up links and phone sign-up information to come!

Next series of Principal Coffees set

Settle in with your own hot beverage, and meet online with Principal Stringer Wednesdays in Februrary, 7:30 a.m. - 8:15 a.m. Ask questions, learn the latest about the CDD (district design changes) and impacts on South.
English-speaking families - Feb. 3
American Indian families - Feb. 10
Spanish-speaking families - Feb. 17
Somali-speaking families - Feb. 24

MPS prepares for return of younger students

The first week in February will be a no-school week, but ONLY for grades Pre-K to Grade 5. High school students will remain as distance learners on the current schedule. | See MPS Updates

Distance Learning, how's it going? Hear from teachers

It's very much the consensus, we miss the buzz of hallway interactions and events with families. To regain some of those connections, lost to distance learning, we will be sharing staff experiences, as we continue on this DL journey. Today, hear from chemistry teacher Meg Hoyt.

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