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Volume 14, Issue 1 July, 2017 Cardinal Connecon Southport 6th Grade Academy Kimberly Campbell, Principal ~ Jason Wiesmann, Assistant Principal From the Principals pen ……. In Perry Township and at Southport 6th Grade Academy, students are our priority and the entire Academy staff is looking forward to an exciting and successful school year. On behalf of the staff, I would like to welcome you to Southport Academy. Together we will make this your best year ever!!!! It is the mission of Southport 6th Grade Academy to pro- vide a learning environment that focuses on academic achievement and a sense of community. All students will be an active member of an environment that encourages and promotes positive, healthy, self-esteem; unity and comradery; and character development. Through shared responsibility of parents, students, staff, and community, each student will acquire the necessary skills needed to be a life long learner. We are committed to equitable and life long learning op- portunities that lead to success. We believe that South- port 6th Grade Academy is the place where this will hap- pen. Again, welcome to Southport Academy. Everyone is look- ing forward to a great school year filled with success. We are here to make good things happen for other peopleMrs. Campbell School Pictures School pictures will be Wednesday, August 9th In order to purchase pictures, money must be turned in at the me your students picture is taken. Students pictures are taken during their special class me. Order envelopes will be sent home the week prior to pictures. Southport 6th Grade Academy office hours are 7:30 4:00 p.m.. Our doors will unlock at 7:30 a.m. and lock at 4:00 p.m. Please make sure your son or daughter brings home all needed items. After 4:00 p.m. you will not be able to get back into the building. Thank you! Parents, We welcome you to have lunch with your son or daughter. However, we ask that you not bring res- taurant food in for the students or your lunch. Thank you!! Back-To-School Night Thursday, August 10, 2017 6:30 P.M. Thursday, August 10th is Back-To-School Night. This is an op- portunity for parents to meet their son or daughters classroom teachers. The program will begin with a welcome from Mrs. Campbell and Mr. Wiesmann. Following the welcome, you will be given the opportunity to rotate through your son or daughter s schedule. During this me, teachers will give you a brief overview of the course and the classroom expectaons. Please be reminded that this is not a me to discuss individual students. If you have quesons or concerns regarding your son or daughters progress please contact the teacher to set up a me for a parent-teacher conference. Prior to August 10th, your son or daughter will bring home a student informaon sheet that will assist you in following their schedule that evening. We look forward to seeing you on the 10th. Student Textbook Fees: The fees for the 20172018 school year billed September 21st. Cash, check or money orders are accepted at the schools. Credit card payments are not accepted at the schools. Checks and/or money orders should be made out to Southport Academy. If you have children aending different Perry Township Schools, you will need to pay at the school they aend. Online payments can be made through e~funds. There is a link to e~funds on the Perry Township Schools website. e~funds will accept credit card pay- ments. Please contact Mrs. Rowland at 789-1422 if you have any quesons. Parents, Student drop off at Southport 6th Grade Academy is 7:508:00 a.m. Doors open at 8:00 for students to enter the building. Students enter from the side ramp at door #19. Students are tardy at 8:10 a.m. Any student arriving after 8:10 a.m. must report to Student Services to sign in and receive a pass to class. Thank you!

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  • Volume 14, Issue 1 July, 2017

    Cardinal Connection Southport 6th Grade Academy

    Kimberly Campbell, Principal ~ Jason Wiesmann, Assistant Principal

    From the Principal’s pen ……. In Perry Township and at Southport 6th Grade Academy, students are our priority and the entire Academy staff is

    looking forward to an exciting and successful school year. On behalf of the staff, I would like to welcome you to Southport Academy. Together we will make this your best year ever!!!! It is the mission of Southport 6th Grade Academy to pro-vide a learning environment that focuses on academic achievement and a sense of community. All students will be an active member of an environment that encourages and promotes positive, healthy, self-esteem; unity and comradery; and character development. Through shared responsibility of parents, students, staff, and community, each student will acquire the necessary skills needed to be a life long learner. We are committed to equitable and life long learning op-portunities that lead to success. We believe that South-port 6th Grade Academy is the place where this will hap-pen. Again, welcome to Southport Academy. Everyone is look-ing forward to a great school year filled with success. “We are here to make good things happen for other people” Mrs. Campbell

    School Pictures

    School pictures will be Wednesday, August 9th In order to purchase pictures, money must be turned in at the time your student’s picture is taken. Student’s pictures are taken during their special class time. Order envelopes will be sent home the week prior to pictures.

    Southport 6th Grade Academy office hours are 7:30 —4:00 p.m.. Our doors will unlock at 7:30 a.m. and lock at 4:00 p.m. Please make sure your son or daughter brings home all needed items. After 4:00 p.m. you will not be able to get back into the building. Thank you!

    Parents, We welcome you to have lunch with your son or daughter. However, we ask that you not bring res-

    taurant food in for the students or your lunch. Thank you!!

    Back-To-School Night Thursday, August 10, 2017

    6:30 P.M.

    Thursday, August 10th is Back-To-School Night. This is an op-portunity for parents to meet their son or daughter’s classroom teachers. The program will begin with a welcome from Mrs. Campbell and Mr. Wiesmann. Following the welcome, you will be given the opportunity to rotate through your son or daughter’s schedule. During this time, teachers will give you a brief overview of the course and the classroom expectations. Please be reminded that this is not a time to discuss individual students. If you have questions or concerns regarding your son or daughter’s progress please contact the teacher to set up a time for a parent-teacher conference. Prior to August 10th, your son or daughter will bring home a student information sheet that will assist you in following their schedule that evening. We look forward to seeing you on the 10th.

    Student Textbook Fees: The fees for the 2017—2018 school year billed September 21st. Cash, check or money orders are accepted at the schools. Credit card payments are not accepted at the schools. Checks and/or money orders should be made out to Southport Academy. If you have children attending different Perry Township Schools, you will need to pay at the school they attend. Online payments can be made through e~funds. There is a link to e~funds on the Perry Township Schools website. e~funds will accept credit card pay-ments. Please contact Mrs. Rowland at 789-1422 if you have any questions.

    Parents, Student drop off at Southport 6th Grade Academy is 7:50—8:00 a.m. Doors open at 8:00 for students to enter the building. Students enter from the side ramp at door #19. Students are tardy at 8:10 a.m. Any student arriving after 8:10 a.m. must report to Student Services to sign in and receive a pass to class. Thank you!

  • SOUTHPORT ACADEMY HAS GONE GREEN—BULLETIN ON-LINE! Our newsletter will be posted on –line each Friday on our website. Please visit our website for important information, perryschools.org.

    Southport Academy 2017—2018 Staff Kristin Anderson—789-1475—[email protected] Jennifer Bastien—789-1486—[email protected] Michelle Bilbrey—789-1464—[email protected] Marty Brothers—Counselor—[email protected] Karen Cannon—789-1467—[email protected] Clarke Chafin—789-1477—[email protected] Patrick Ciesielski—789-1478—[email protected] Anne DeClercq– 789-1413—[email protected] Laurel Dienhart —789-1430 –[email protected] Brittany Ernst—789-1492—[email protected] Jeanne Fitzgerald—[email protected] Katy Gaines—789-1463—[email protected] Patti Garza—789-1493—[email protected] Tracy Goodson—789-1481—[email protected] Tonya Goss—789-1495—[email protected] Amanda Haberlin—789-1410—[email protected] Amanda Harper—[email protected] Jordyn Holmes—789-1482—[email protected] Shawn Hulfachor—789-4634[email protected] Ann Kesterson—[email protected] Brian Kight—Athletic Director—789-4691—[email protected] Kathryn Kratoska—789-1489—[email protected] Lorena Lopez Servin—789-1476—[email protected] Don Manning—789-1480—[email protected] Annah Marchetto—789-1426—[email protected] Kristen Mendel—789-4757—[email protected] Brittany Miers—789-1432—[email protected] Rachel Nicholson—789-1425—[email protected] Amy O’Brien—789-1465—[email protected] Rejeana Overmyer—[email protected] Christy Paskins—[email protected] Tara Putnam—789-1413—[email protected] John Charles Radomski—789-4633—[email protected] Cherie Ramos—789-1460—[email protected] Jeffery Ryman—789-1425—[email protected] Kory Scaringe-789-1409—[email protected] Emily Schafer—789-1496—[email protected] Jerry [email protected] Kara Smith—789-1466—[email protected] Kelly Shipman—789-1494—[email protected] Tammy Springman—IMC—789-1473—[email protected] Other Important Phone Numbers: Southport Academy Main Office—789-1400 Treasurer’s Office—Mrs. Rowland—789-1422 Student Services—Mrs. Shacklock—789-1462 Attendance Line—789-1402 Clinic —789-1441 Cafeteria—789-1445 Southport Academy Fax Number—780-4401 Visit our website for more information: Website: perryschools.org

    From Student Services: Reporting Student Absences: Call the attendance line at 789-1402 to report your son or daughter’s absence. Do

    not leave any other messages on the attendance line. Leaving Early and Tardies: If your son or daughter needs to leave early, please send a note with them to turn into Student Services. Please have your son or daughter turn in the note first thing in the morning and a pass will be issued to the student. If you are unable to do so, you may call Mrs. Shacklock in Student Services at 789-1462 and we will get a pass to them. When your son or daughter is tardy to school, they can be dropped off in the front of the building and report to Student Services to sign in and receive a pass to class. If you need to get a forgotten item or message to your son or daughter please contact student services. It is our desire not to disrupt classroom instruction unless considered an emergency. Thank you, if you have any questions, please call Mrs. Shacklock at 789-1462.

    Electronic Devices

    Electronic devices brought to school are subject to con-fiscation by any school employee. Electronic devices will

    only be returned to a parent or guardian. All confiscated electronic devices must be picked up no later than the end of the given school year. Schools will make every effort to safeguard confiscated items; however, the school and or school corporation will not be responsible for damage or

    disappearance of any confiscated electronic devices. Students are expected to insure that no electronic devices are brought to school. Perry Township Schools does not authorize the use of cell phones, pagers, electronic games, CD players, MP3 players, iPods, or any other electronic devices not required for school use, during the school day. Violations may result in discipline as well as confis-cation. Use of photo imaging (camera), audio, video recording on any de-vice is strictly prohibited. Administration reserves the right to search the contents of any device if there is reasonable suspicion to believe that the search and reveal information regarding a viola-tion of school rules. School officials will not pursue the theft of the above named unau-thorized items, but will notify the appropriate police authorities. Our suggestion: Do not bring these items to school.