On-Line Meal Application
Parents are encouraged to fill out the free and reduced meal application on-line.
Please go to our Parent Portal
and scroll down to Food Services. Click on the EZMealApp
, follow instructions and you’ll receive a confirmation after you complete the application. Please note if you have more than one child in school in District Seven you may receive a meal application for each child, however to apply for free and reduced meal benefits, please complete only ONE application for all children in your household who attend a school in District Seven.
You can also set-up an account using the students 12-digit ID# in EZSchoolPay
, view their account and pay on the account.
Email Address Submissions
Please contact Ms. Cheryl Means at firstname.lastname@example.org
with your email address information as soon as possible. We will no longer be mailing information home. All school information will be available on the website and/or will be sent to your email.
Attention Parents, students will have an opportunity to choose from a list of seven titles that you can view under the Seven Reads tab
. This is a great opportunity to help your child pick the right book for them. Each student will receive a copy of the book he/she choose to take home and read over the summer.
The Junior Civitan is collecting items to benefit Kidnetics, which provides therapy programs for children with developmental disabilities. The following items are very much needed: NEW – pacifiers and baby toothbrushes, NEW or GENTLY USED: craft supplies, mini travel games, puzzles and toys. Please bring donations to Ms. Norgren in 205A. We will be collecting items until April 3rd.
Wrestlers planning to attend Summer Camp are reminded to contact Coach Gauthier in room 341D or after school in the athletic area. Camp rosters need to be finalized by Tuesday, April 14th.
Parents and students can still purchase yearbooks online at Josten’s
for $80, and the online sale lasts through April 21
. A limited number of books will be on sale for $80 here at school at the time of distribution, but order online before April 24 to be sure you get one.
Guidance - IGP Meetings
Sophomores, Juniors and parents are encouraged to schedule an IGP meeting with their guidance counselor between now and registration to discuss classes for next year. Please contact Guidance for more information.
Please call our Guidance Office at 864-594-4410 ext. 7216 if you have any questions or if you prefer to make your IGP appointment by phone. Thank you for your support of this important initiative.
JUNIOR - SENIOR PROM 2015
Attention students – the junior class invites you to the 2015 Junior/Senior Prom, Saturday, April 18. The prom will be held at Indigo Hall located in downtown Spartanburg. There will be two floors for dancing, eating, and celebrating. We promise that the atmosphere will be one you will remember. You can purchase your ticket - $40 each in room 110-M - Mr. White’s room during your lunch. Again, ticket sales begin Monday, March 23. If you are planning on bringing a guest who is not an SHS student, you will need to see Mr. White or pick up a form outside the treasurer’s office.
Come out and dance the night away.
Student Council Yard Sale
Student Council will sponsor a yard sale on Saturday, March 28
at 8AM until 1PM on the SHS Bus Ramp. The table rental fee is $15 and the proceeds will go to SAC. Yard sale profits will go to the renter of the table. Please contact Sina Guffey
for more details.
Academic Excellence Program
The Academic Excellence Program will be held Monday, March 30 at 6PM in the SHS Gym. Dr. Nayef H. Samhat, President of Wofford College, will be the guest speaker.
Spring Break and Early PD
Please mark your calendars! Spring Break is Monday, April 6 thru Friday, April 10. Students will return on Monday, April 13. Also, students will have early dismissal at 1PM on Wednesday, April 15.
Color Guard Auditions
Auditions will be held Monday, April 20 - Friday, April 24
. Please contact Mr. Gantt
for more information.
SCHOOL-WIDE ACT AND WORKKEYS ADMINISTRATIONS FOR JUNIORS
South Carolina law now requires that students take two tests in order to demonstrate college and career readiness. Both tests will be taken during the third year after initial enrollment in 9th grade, which for most students, is grade 11. The two tests are the ACT and WorkKeys. The ACT is a college entrance exam, and the school-wide administration will result in a college-reportable score.
The test will include reading, English, math, science, and writing sections. WorkKeys measures foundational work skills essential to career success, and students can earn a National Career Readiness Certificate for their performance. The test includes Applied Mathematics, Reading for Information, and Locating Information. The state-wide test dates for this year are April 28 for ACT, and April 29 for WorkKeys.
Only students in the third year after initial enrollment in grade 9 will be allowed to test on these dates. Other students must register for a Saturday administration of ACT, and should see Mrs. Jones if interested in taking WorkKeys.
Schedules and Physical Form
Ready for Spring Sports? You can access and download all schedules on our website under the Athletics tab. Also, 2015-2016 Sports Physicals for SHS Athletes will be held Saturday, May 16
. Boys will go 8AM - 11AM and Girls at 1PM - 3PM. The cost is $10 - cash only. Click on the link for the Physical Form and Schedules