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Important Information

The Book Fair is COMING!!!
It is scheduled to be in the media center from Tuesday, December 10 through Tuesday, December 17. We will open at 7:45 am and stay until 3:00 PM, everyday.
Parent Night will be Thursday, December 12 from 3:00 - 7:30pm. We will have prizes and snacks for students and their parent/guardians who attend this event.
There will be PLENTY of books, trinkets, and gifts. Flyers will go out through language arts classes today, and tomorrow.
Every student will have the opportunity to come through the book fair with their LA classes.

Reminder:  Volunteer Forms need to be filled out EACH SCHOOL YEAR. This even includes people who work in the District.  You can pick up a form at the front desk or download a form from this link.

Teacher of the Year

Heather Dean

Congratulations 6th Grade Science Teacher, Heather Dean, as being chosen SMS Teacher of the Year.

School Related Employee of the Year


Congratulations to Linda Strait for being chosen as SMS School Related Employee of the Year.

Students of the Month

Congratulations to our students of the month. Thank you Beef O Brady’s for sponsoring and rewarding our students

October Students of the Month:
Front Row (L to R): Brisa Alvarez-Aguirre, Benson Nissley, Macey Cameron, Erin Kirby
Back Row (L to R): Dasavion Sims, Nina Shiver, Corey Osborn, Charlotte Dunn, Daniel Hines
Not pictured: Elizabeth Rojas

Spelling Bee

Spelling Bee Winners

Congratulations to the 2019-20 SMS Spelling Bee champion, Dusty Waldrep(right), and runner-up, Michelle Virgil(Left). Special thanks to our pronouncer, Carla Blalock; judges, Dr. Bill Brothers, Angie Hester, and Angie Stuckey; SMS principal, Laura Williams; and spelling bee coordinator, Jennifer Campbell. Dusty will represent SMS at the district competition in January. Go Bullpups!


Honor Band
Congratulations to Lakota Anderson (8th gr trumpet), Benson Nissley (7th gr french horn), and Hannah McDonald (8th gr oboe) who made the North Florida Honor Band- Hundreds of students from 6 area counties auditioned playing scales, a prepared etude, and sight-reading. The top 60 scoring students made the honor band. They will spend 3 days in rehearsals in January to prepare for a concert.