Graduation - May 23, 2021 at 1:00pm
Come celebrate these seniors on Sunday! South Page Class of 2021 Graduation will be Sunday at 1:00 pm at the South Page gymnasium. Masks are optional and social distancing is encouraged. The ceremony will be livestreamed: https://youtu.be/Mls09fYveQw (thanks to Julie Strange and Isaac Autry) Congratulations to a wonderful group of students. Thank you for making this year such a great year (even during a pandemic)!
Four year old preschoolers graduated on Friday, May 15th. Students from left to right are: Remington Bishop, Easton Fugate, Kysen Osthoff, Bentlee McClarnon, and Nola Goodrich. Their teacher is Ms. Heather Burson. Seniors will be graduating Sunday, May 23rd, at 1:00 pm in the South Page gymnasium. Seniors from left to right are: Brayden Anderson, Giorgia Masciovecchio, Shalee McCollum, Mason McClarnon, Jessalee Neihart, . . .
Live stream https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1q_37MGlhPHRjmw28WJEqA
South Page Elementary and Middle School competed in a spelling bee competition on Monday, March 22nd. In the 3rd through 5th grade division, Kinley Babbel won 1st place honors, 2nd place went to Charlie Mertes, and 3rd place honors was received by Grayden Catlett. In the 6th through 8th grade division, 1st place was won by Timothy Plumb, 2nd place went to Lucy Autry, and 3rd place went to Kayden . . .
South Page Juniors, Isaac Autry and Cheyenne Sunderman, competed in district speech at Fremont Mills High School on Saturday, February 27th. Both students received 1 ratings. Sunderman took first place honors in Interpretive reading in Prose. Autry received third place in Improv, and second place in Radio News. Sunderman and Autry are coached by Mrs. Kimberly Bjorklund.
Check out the following links for the Staff Spotlight and Teacher Spotlight articles.
South Page staff and students celebrated Kindness Week. The week celebration started on Wednesday, February 17th and lasted through Monday, February 22nd. Each day the students meet in their advisory groups and discussed such words as kindness, empathy, compassion, and consideration. Each day had a dress up day to go with the theme. Topics were discussed about "what would it be like to walk in someone else's . . .