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Semester ending soon; no school Jan. 28

Tigers, final day of second quarter/first semester is Thursday, Jan. 27, followed by an extended weekend with no school Friday, Jan. 28, for teacher record-keeping. Now's the time to make sure all assignments are complete. Be sure to check the portal.

Conry and South debate shine at State

Congratulations to the South High Debate team for stellar performances at the state tournament, highlighted by award of the Tamar Kaplan Student of the Year honors conferred on Clara Conry by debate coaches for exceptional achievement! Read more.

Access library help on Gmeet

South High Librarians can be reached 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. at for anyone who needs help with research or downloading digital books.

Connect virtually to the Math Center

Up your numbers game by getting math help online, 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m., school days. Gmeet code: shsmathcenter.

Get help in Spanish and Somali

Students needing e-learning help in Spanish and Somali may check in to our Multilingual Center. Hour 1-8:30 a.m. | 2-9:30 a.m.| 3 - 10:30 a.m. | 4-11:30 | 5-1 p.m. | 6-1 p.m.

Connect with SSWs and Counselors

South High Counselors and Social Workers are all available online and in person. See in-building availability.

Learn more about science classes

Registration for 2022-23 classes will resume when students return to campus for in-class learning. Before then, take a look at this mini-presentation to learn more about your science class options!

Order COVID-19 tests

The United States Postal Service is providing 4 free Covid-19 tests per household. Order now.

CCC newsletter is out

Learn all about the coveted Genesys Works Internship in the latest edition of the Career & College Center newsletter. This opportunity for current juniors offers the chance at landing a $15K internship during senior year of high school. Read more.

Prepare+Prosper offers tax help

A partner of AchieveMpls, Prepare+Prosper offers safe tax clinics and do-it-yourself tax prep assistance. Students and families with incomes below $73K are invited to take advantage of P+P services.

TONIGHT, learn about PSEO & free college credit

AchieveMpls presents another stellar EdTalk, TONIGHT, focusing on Post Secondary Educational Options. Learn about this legislative-backed program to earn college credit in high school for free, and what it means to closing the achievement gap. Register now.

Learn about anti-racist caregiving

MPS Early Childhood Family Education is hosting a 9-week course dedicated to BIPOC caregiving, and how to engage young children in conversations about race. The session runs Feb. 2-March 20 on Google Meet. See details.

VOICES grad launches "Let Us Live"

Graduate Anton Jahn-Vavrus '21 is continuing on the path of social awareness which he began at South High by launching the "Let Us Live" campaign with a t-shirt he designed to address gun violence. Proceeds go to the Boys and Girls Clubs - Little Earth United Tribes and Jerry Gambles.

Family listening session planned

Pending confirmation from the Legal Rights Center, the next PUSH meeting, Feb. 10, 6 p.m. will be devoted to a listening session for families, central to concerns about the climate at South High. Please mark calendars. More information to come.

Log in from home or school

Online learning (different from distance learning) means students may choose to log in at school, or from home. Teachers remain in classrooms. The building remains open for all students to get support (academic, test kits, health services, social workers, etc.) throughout the day. 

Get laptops, tech needs met, now

Need a computer? Get a laptop in the library/media center.
Is your laptop or charger lost/broken/stolen? Talk to AP Edwards.
Get additional tech needs met (hot spots, etc.) by completing this survey.

Getting meals during online learning

Meals will be available in commons for students coming to the building for online instruction.
Meals will be available at door #1, 7:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. for students picking up bagged meals (breakfast and lunch). (Visit the City of Minneapolis website for more meal options.)

What's happening after school?

UPDATE - All sports are still on. 
Support (library access, health services, SBC, etc.) available until 4 p.m.
Test kits available during the day until the building closes at door #1.

Check email

Tigers, be sure to check Google Classroom and your school email for messages about your class day schedule. Note, all students will have first lunch during 4th hour.

MPS moves to online learning

South High School, along with all MPS schools, is temporarily moving students to online learning, at home or at schoolFriday, Jan. 14 - Thursday, Jan. 27. MPS says school will resume in person, Monday, Jan. 31. Read more.

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