Great Neck South Middle School

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    • This week is the sixth grade trip to GREENKILL
    • The next English self-select seminars will be on 11/14-15
    • The 8th grade Dancing Classrooms program began on 9/27 and has its Culminating Event on 11/27. Information on the program can be found in the linked documents:
    • Academic Outreach, a peer-based tutoring program, will hold its inaugural session in the SMS library on Wednesday (11/21) at 3 PM.  It is during this meeting that middle school students get paired with high school tutors so that they can get regular help is certain subjects.  Academic Outreach is a volunteer program and is not meant to replace extra help between a teacher and student. Also note that the number of tutors we have is limited to the number of high school students who volunteer for the program.
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First Day of School, 2018

Cultural Heritage Video

Cultural Heritage Montage 2018

No Place for Hate Mural Video

No Place For Hate Mural

The SMS Spotlight

  • Friday in the Front:

    Erin W.

    Erin W. playing cello

     

    Chris F. 

    Chris F singing

Accolades

  • Students & staff pose with the Bella Twins

     

    • Earlier this year four students (Sigal W., Shreya D., Trevor B., and Olivia S.)​ from South Middle were invited to interview Nikki and Brie Bella, professional WWE wrestlers and stars of "Total Bellas" on E!, as part of Kidsday. Kidsday is a section of Newsday that is written entirely by students in grades 4-9. The students were invited to attend a taping of an AOL BUILD series interview with the Bella Twins and were then invited into the green room to conduct a private interview. This experience appeared in the Sunday, 10/28, edition of Newsday.  
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  • No Place for Hate ceremony

     

    • On Friday, May 25th, students at North and South Middle traveled to New York City for the No Place for Hate Recognition Ceremony. For the second year, South Middle has been recognized as a No Place for Hate School, and earned a gold star distinction. 
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