Welcome to South Pontotoc High School...
home of the COUGARS!
As we enter the second nine weeks, time will fly as we approach Thanksgiving holidays and then Christmas holidays. Before you know it, we will be ready for second semester to begin! You are challenged to stay on track with assignments, grades, etc. in order to ensure success for the semester!
"In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure." ~Bill Cosby
SPHS Seniors show school spirit by greeting underclassmen and elementary students
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The South Pontotoc High School Student Council members are currently raising money for our SP Angel Tree by selling turkey feathers to clothe teachers', administrators, and staff members' turkeys. Feathers are 50 cents each and all money goes to purchase Christmas presents for our very own South Pontotoc Angel Tree participants along with their siblings. Students are working hard to earn as much as possible for this very worthy cause. Deadline for purchasing feathers is Thursday, November 21st. Let's go Cougars...there are still lots of cold turkeys on these walls!
Christmas in Cougar Country
The PTO is sponsoring its second annual Christmas in Cougar Country bazaar on Saturday, November 23rd from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. in the Elementary Activities Building. A wide variety of vendors will be set up to help you with your Christmas shopping, so come out and support South Pontotoc by supporting the PTO.
Both South Pontotoc High School principals were escorted off the premises Monday morning, November 11th, around 9:00 a.m. by local sheriff's deputies. Click here for the full story!
School Spirit Rides High...
Football players and cheerleaders look forward to Fridays...not only because it's game day, but they take turns greeting elementary students in the car rider line. The younger cougars love the interaction with the high school students!
Students, faculty, and staff enjoyed showing their school spirit during Homecoming Week. See News for more pics!