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Relay for Life Event
Relay for Life Adds Up Big for Fight Against Cancer!
The first annual Relay for Life drive for South Pontotoc High School (joint effort with Middle School) turned out to be a HUGE success!! After many hours spent fundraising, including a Singing Valentine's Concert, selling "Feet" that lined the hallway in Honor/Memory of those with cancer, change bottles on teachers' desks, a Seafood Junction fundraiser, and taping Mr. Bailey to the wall, the grand total raised for the American Cancer Society was right at $7300!! We are so proud of the students that committed to working for such a wonderful cause. This accomplishment would not have been possible without their dedication, help from parent volunteers, and understanding and cooperation from our principals--Mr. Tim West, Mr. Dan Bailey, and Mr. Jimmy Flake. Thanks to everyone...looking forward to raising even more next year!!
Assistant Principal Gets Taped!
Assistant Principal Dan Bailey literally was STUCK to the wall Friday morning...all for a great cause of course! He graciously agreed to let students tape him to the wall for a Relay for Life fundraiser finale...which raised $120 in a matter of minutes! Thanks Mr. Bailey for being such a great sport!
7:45 Go to 1st Period
7:52-8:41 1st Period
8:45-9:32 2nd Period
9:44-10:31 3rd Period
10:35-11:22 4th Period
11:26-12:13 5th Period
12:17-1:28 6th Period
1:32-2:19 7th Period
2:23-3:10 8th Period
3:15 Bus Departure
New Student Voting System Implemented
Out with the old, in with the new...gone are the days of counting ballots by hand. South Pontotoc High School has implemented another new piece of technology...this one to enhance our election system. We will be using eduBallot, an online voting platform, for all of our elections this year. This will eliminate any potential miscounts and speed up the election process significantly. Students will be able to vote from anywhere they have Internet access. The system is secure, allowing each student to vote only once. Voting will take place between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., similar to the voting process for public elections.