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Important Information

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All current and newly inducted members are invited to attend the first Beta Club meeting of the year on Tuesday, November 12th, at 2:45, in the multipurpose room. Officer elections will be held. All members are asked to bring at least one item for Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes to this meeting. If you cannot attend, please see Miss Campbell in room 709.

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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

Art in the Capitol

The Art in the Capitol Competition is a statewide visual arts competition that requires each school district to annually hold an art competition for all students in grades 6 through 8 attending public schools, private schools and home schools in Florida.  The winning selection from each district will be displayed at the Florida Legislative Branch at the Florida Capitol in Tallahassee during the spring legislative session.

This year, Kierstin Eplin from Suwannee Middle School won the contest for Suwannee County.  Congratulations, Kiersten!

Small Schools Honor Band

Congratulations Benson Nissley (7th gr, French Horn) was chosen for the Small Schools Honor Band. He will attend the FL Music Convention in Tampa in January and spend 4 days in rehearsals in preparation for a concert. He will be among some of the best middle school players in our state. This annual convention has over 50,000 participants and attendees