Dear SMS Parents and Guardians,
Thank you for all your support during these challenging times for everyone. As you look over the plans for the upcoming school year, please know that we will be working on many areas as we gather more information about how to manage the virus.
Our number one goal is to make sure that we have a safe environment for our students and staff.
During remote learning this spring, the South Meadow School 7th and 8th grade art students created their own emoji, used recycled products to create art and color wheels, and worked on a Silly Face Project. Very creative and fun!!!
Location: South Meadow School
Times: 1/2 days only
Open to Boys and Girls Ages 6 – 15
Dates: June 29 – July 3rd
July 6 – July 10th
If interested, please contact Tod Silegy at:
(Not a School – Sponsored Activity)
Even with remote learning, students in Mrs. Norby’s 7th Grade Science class were still able to complete Rube Goldberg machines as a science project. These machines complete a simple task in a complex way using four to six simple machines and at least six steps. Though they did not get to have their showcase in the school,
May 15, 2020
Dear South Meadow School Administration, Teachers, Staff, Parents, Guardians, and Students,
Many of you know me, but my name is Tod Silegy, and I am the Athletic Director at South Meadow School.
I am writing this letter to the entire SMS community, but specifically to the 2019-2020 South Meadow School Athletes,
ConVal Drop In Meetings for Incoming Freshman:
Conval High School Counselors and Peer Mentors would appreciate current 8th grader’s attendance at one of their Drop In Meetings.
A transition presentation will be shown, and school counselors and peer mentors will be there to welcome incoming freshmen, provide information, and answer any questions!
To choose an option, this must be completed by May 15th.
The school board recently approved a new grading system for the final quarter due to the public health emergency.
The grading system for quarter 4 will default to “Pass or No Grade Coronavirus (NGC).”