Great Neck South Middle School

Where Discovery Leads to Greatness

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What's Happening

    • Student Government Hot Cocoa sales end tomorrow.  $1 will get you one delicious cup of Swiss Miss hot cocoa.  Whipped cream is free. All proceeds from this sale will be donated to the Harriet Miller Girls Empowerment Scholarship at South High. 
    • On Wednesday, April 10, the entire eighth grade will be seeing Hamilton at the Richard Rogers Theater.
    • As part of SMS Cultural Heritage celebration, students from the World Language and ENL department created posters that highlighted this year’s theme: "Leading with Languages."​
    • The deadline for submitting Box Tops for Education is quickly approaching!

      Please check your cereal boxes, canned goods, and paper products for a box top to earn money for our school.  Each box top submitted by March 1, 2019 will earn ten cents for SMS.  For more info about the  program, please check out the Box Tops site

      All box tops can be dropped off to Ms. Bazzani

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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

    • The GSA at South Middle has been awarded a "mini grant" to create comic books about inclusivity, acceptance and awareness about LGBT issues. Read more at the LGBT Network site.   
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  • Winning students holding their certificates & trophies

     

    • On Saturday, 1/19, South Middle Science Research students Arthur Z., Richard O., and Ivan X. earned 5th place at the regional Future City Competition held in NYC. The​ Future City competition includes more than 40,000 middle school students from across the world. Future City requires students to collaboratively solve authentic, real-world problems. This year, students had to design/plan a city that would survive a natural disaster. Our students choose a hurricane, our most pressing natural disaster on Long Island. To demonstrate their plan, students had to design a simulated city using computer aided design program and construct an actual 3-d model.  The students were led by the science research teacher, Dr. Doris Stanick. The competition invited teams from all over the New York City area.  Congratulations to the students for their excellent work and may it be the catalyst that leads these students to solve the problems of tomorrow.  
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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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