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  • Friday, May 17, 2019 - Day 4

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 5/17/2019

                                                         Friday 5/17/19 - Day 4

     

    If you are a graduating senior who was inducted into the World Language Honor Society and would like a graduation cord, please see Mrs. Arizmendi in room 226 or the World Language Office by no later than Thursday May 23rd. 

    The West Nyack Elementary Estelle Silberman & Robert Washburn scholarships have been extended to May 20th. Students can find the information on NAVIANCE.

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments!  Please stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin to order. 

    Any Senior who would like to invite a former teacher from elementary or middle school to the graduation ceremony should see Mrs. Rauzi in the 2nd floor office today. These teachers will be part of the graduation ceremony.

    Attention all students: Student Council elections for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Friday, June 7th. Any student wishing to run for a position as a GO or class officer must first complete and submit a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    Attention Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors:  If you are interested in ordering a class ring, please stop by the Main Office to pick up the information packet.  All orders are placed online and rings will be directly mailed to your house!  Information was also sent to your school e-mail account!

    The school physician will be at the school for physicals on Wednesday, May 22nd after school.  Please sign up in the nurse’s office ahead of time.  You may need to provide your own transportation home from school on that day.

    Attention all Sophomores and Juniors:

    The Viking Connection is an upperclassmen mentoring program that helps transition the freshmen into our high school. If you are interested in being a part of this great program, you MUST attend an introductory meeting on Wednesday, May 22 at 2:00 in the upper library. Freshmen are also welcome to attend the meeting and may be admitted as alternates for next year. See Ms. Solar with any questions about Viking Connection.

     

    Sports: 

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

    The Viking football, cheer and dance informational meeting scheduled for 5/23 is cancelled. It is rescheduled for Tuesday, May 28 from 6:30 - 8 p.m. The football meeting is in Cafeteria 103/104 and the cheer and dance meeting is in Cafeteria 101/102.

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

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  • Thursday 5/16/19 - Day 3

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 5/16/2019

    Reminder to All:  Please remember that the library is being used for AP testing and we cannot allow any students/teachers in while testing is ongoing. 

    If you are a graduating senior who was inducted into the World Language Honor Society and would like a graduation cord, please see Mrs. Arizmendi in room 226 or the World Language Office by no later than Thursday May 23rd. 

     

    The West Nyack Elementary Estelle Silberman & Robert Washburn scholarships have been extended to May 20th. Students can find the information on NAVIANCE.

     

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show today from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

     

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments!  Please stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin to order. 

    Any Senior who would like to invite a former teacher from elementary or middle school to the graduation ceremony should see Mrs. Rauzi in the 2nd floor office no later than tomorrow. These teachers will be part of the graduation ceremony.

    Attention all students: Student Council elections for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Friday, June 7th. Any student wishing to run for a position as a GO or class officer must first complete and submit a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    Attention Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors:  If you are interested in ordering a class ring, please stop by the Main Office to pick up the information packet.  All orders are placed online and rings will be directly mailed to your house!  Information was also sent to your school e-mail account!

    The school physician will be at the school for physicals on Wednesday, May 22nd after school.  Please sign up in the nurse’s office ahead of time.  You may need to provide your own transportation home from school on that day.

    Attention all Sophomores and Juniors:

    The Viking Connection is an upperclassmen mentoring program that helps transition the freshmen into our high school. If you are interested in being a part of this great program, you MUST attend an introductory meeting on Wednesday, May 22 at 2:00 in the upper library.! Freshmen are also welcome to attend the meeting and may be admitted as alternates for next year. See Ms. Solar with any questions about Viking Connection.

     

     

     

    Sports: 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Attention Clarkstown South Vikings Football Program & TD Club: The Football Parents meeting has been cancelled for today, it has been rescheduled for next Thursday 5/23 in Cafeteria 103/104, Cheer and Dance will be in Cafeteria 101/102 at 6:30.

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Wednesday 5/15/19 - Day 2

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 5/15/2019

    Reminder to All:  Please remember that the library is being used for AP testing and we cannot allow any students/teachers in while testing is ongoing. 

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show tomorrow from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

     

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments!  Please stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin to order. 

    Any Senior who would like to invite a former teacher from elementary or middle school to the graduation ceremony should see Mrs. Rauzi in the 2nd floor office no later than this Friday, May 17th. These teachers will be part of the graduation ceremony.

    Attention all students: Student Council elections for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Friday, June 7th. Any student wishing to run for a position as a GO or class officer must first complete and submit a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    Attention Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors:  If you are interested in ordering a class ring, please stop by the Main Office to pick up the information packet.  All orders are placed online and rings will be directly mailed to your house!  Information was also sent to your school e-mail account!

    Attention all writers: The next meeting for the Viking Voice will be today in Room 221. We will discuss articles for the last edition of the year. If you have any questions, please email either Mrs. Gorden or Mrs. DiSavino. 

     

    The school physician will be at the school for physicals next Wednesday, May 22nd after school.  Please sign up in the nurse’s office ahead of time.  You may need to provide your own transportation home from school on that day.

    Attention all Sophomores and Juniors:

    The Viking Connection is an upperclassmen mentoring program that helps transition the freshmen into our high school. If you are interested in being a part of this great program, you MUST attend an introductory meeting on Wednesday, May 22 at 2:00 in the upper library.! Freshmen are also welcome to attend the meeting and may be admitted as alternates for next year. See Ms. Solar with any questions about Viking Connection.

     

     

    Sports: 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Attention Clarkstown South Vikings Football Program & TD Club: The Football Parents meeting has been cancelled for tomorrow, it has been rescheduled for next Thursday 5/23 in Cafeteria 103/104, Cheer and Dance will be in Cafeteria 101/102 at 6:30.

     

    Please come out to watch JV and V baseball teams take on North at home today. JV starts at 3:30 and V starts at 7:30. Let go Vikings!!

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Tuesday 5/14/19 - Day 1

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 5/14/2019

    Reminder to All:  Please remember that the library is being used for AP testing and we cannot allow any students/teachers in while testing is ongoing. 

    Calling all talented Vikings!

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show this Thursday, May 16th, from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

    We need dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, poetry readers and dramatic readers. 

    Interested performers should contact Gabby D'Amico at her email on our posters, or see Ms. Schiano in room 210A.

     

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments!  Please stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin to order. 

    Any Senior who would like to invite a former teacher from elementary or middle school to the graduation ceremony should see Mrs. Rauzi in the 2nd floor office no later than this Friday, May 17th. These teachers will be part of the graduation ceremony.

    Attention all students: Student Council elections for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Friday, June 7th. Any student wishing to run for a position as a GO or class officer must first complete and submit a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    Attention Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors:  If you are interested in ordering a class ring, please stop by the Main Office to pick up the information packet.  All orders are placed online and rings will be directly mailed to your house!  Information was also sent to your school e-mail account!

    Attention all writers: The next meeting for the Viking Voice will be tomorrow in Room 221. We will discuss articles for the last edition of the year. If you have any questions, please email either Mrs. Gorden or Mrs. DiSavino. 

     

    The school physician will be at the school for physicals next Wednesday, May 22nd after school.  Please sign up in the nurse’s office ahead of time.  You may need to provide your own transportation home from school on that day.

    Attention all Sophomores and Juniors:

    The Viking Connection is an upperclassmen mentoring program that helps transition the freshmen into our high school. If you are interested in being a part of this great program, you MUST attend an introductory meeting on Wednesday, May 22 at 2:00 in the upper library.! Freshmen are also welcome to attend the meeting and may be admitted as alternates for next year. See Ms. Solar with any questions about Viking Connection.

     

    All Southern Lights students please report to the 2nd floor office.

     

    Sports: 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Attention Clarkstown South Vikings Football Program & TD Club: There will be a Football Parents Informational Meeting this Thursday, May 16, 2019 from 6:30 pm-8:00 pm at South HS. Café 103/104 Football Parents, Café 101/102 Cheer and Dance Parents. Parents &/or Guardians only for Football Varsity & JV. Go Vikings!

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

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  • Monday 5/13/19 - Day 6

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 5/13/2019

    Reminder to All:  Please remember that the library is being used for AP testing and we cannot allow any students/teachers in while testing is ongoing. 

    Calling all talented Vikings!

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show this Thursday, May 16th, from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

    We need dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, poetry readers and dramatic readers. 

    Interested performers should contact Gabby D'Amico at her email on our posters, or see Ms. Schiano in room 210A.

     

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments!  Please stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin to order. 

    Any Senior who would like to invite a former teacher from elementary or middle school to the graduation ceremony should see Mrs. Rauzi in the 2nd floor office no later than this Friday, May 17th. These teachers will be part of the graduation ceremony.

    Attention all students: Student Council elections for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Friday, June 7th. Any student wishing to run for a position as a GO or class officer must first complete and submit a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    Attention Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors:  If you are interested in ordering a class ring, please stop by the Main Office to pick up the information packet.  All orders are placed online and rings will be directly mailed to your house!  Information was also sent to your school e-mail account!

    Attention all writers: The next meeting for the Viking Voice will be this Wednesday, May 15th, in Room 221. We will discuss articles for the last edition of the year. If you have any questions, please email either Mrs. Gorden or Mrs. DiSavino. 

     

    The school physician will be at the school for physicals next Wednesday, May 22nd after school.  Please sign up in the nurse’s office ahead of time.  You may need to provide your own transportation home from school on that day.

     

     

    Sports: 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Attention Clarkstown South Vikings Football Program & TD Club: There will be a Football Parents Informational Meeting this Thursday, May 16, 2019 from 6:30 pm-8:00 pm at South HS. Café 103/104 Football Parents, Café 101/102 Cheer and Dance Parents. Parents &/or Guardians only for Football Varsity & JV. Go Vikings!

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Friday, 5/10/19 - Day 5

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 5/10/2019

    Reminder to All:  Please remember that the library is being used for AP testing and we cannot allow any students/teachers in while testing is ongoing. 

    Calling all talented Vikings!

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show next Thursday, May 16th, from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

    We need dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, poetry readers and dramatic readers. 

    Interested performers should contact Gabby D'Amico at her email on our posters, or see Ms. Schiano in room 210A.

     

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments! This year’s Senior Video will be sold in the lobby during your lunch periods.  You may also stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin. 

    Any Senior who would like to invite a former teacher from elementary or middle school to the graduation ceremony should see Mrs. Rauzi in the 2nd floor office no later than next Friday, May 17th. These teachers will be part of the graduation ceremony.

    Attention all students: Student Council elections for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Friday, June 7th. Any student wishing to run for a position as a GO or class officer must first complete and submit a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    The school physician will be at the school for physicals on Wednesday May 22nd after school.  Please sign up in the nurse’s office ahead of time.  You may need to provide your own transportation home from school on that day.

    Attention Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors:  If you are interested in ordering a class ring, please stop by the Main Office to pick up the information packet.  All orders are placed online and rings will be directly mailed to your house!  Information was also sent to your school e-mail account!

     

     

    Sports: 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Attention Clarkstown South Vikings Football Program & TD Club: There will be a Football Parents Informational Meeting on Thursday, May 16, 2019 from 6:30 pm-8:00 pm at South HS. Café 103/104 Football Parents, Café 101/102 Cheer and Dance Parents. Parents &/or Guardians only for Football Varsity & JV. Go Vikings!

     

     

     

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

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  • Thursday 5/9/19 - Day 4

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 5/9/2019

    Reminder to All:  Please remember that the library is being used for AP testing and we cannot allow any students/teachers in while testing is ongoing. 

    Calling all talented Vikings!

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show next Thursday, May 16th, from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

    We need dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, poetry readers and dramatic readers. 

    Interested performers should contact Gabby D'Amico at her email on our posters, or see Ms. Schiano in room 210A.

     

    Did you know that around 39 million feminine hygiene products are needed annually in order to allow homeless women and girls to receive the care they need? Until June 1st, there will be boxes available in each floor offices for the donations of feminine hygiene products to be given to the Center for Safety and Change. If you have any questions, please contact Ava Loughlin at Aval2@s.ccsd.edu.

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments! This year’s Senior Video will be sold in the lobby during your lunch periods.  You may also stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin. 

    Any Senior who would like to invite a former teacher from elementary or middle school to the graduation ceremony should see Mrs. Rauzi in the 2nd floor office no later than May 17th. These teachers will be part of the graduation ceremony.

    Attention all students: Student Council elections for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Friday, June 7th. Any student wishing to run for a position as a GO or class officer must first complete and submit a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    The school physician will be at the school for physicals on Wednesday May 22nd after school.  Please sign up in the nurse’s office ahead of time.  You may need to provide your own transportation home from school on that day.

    Attention Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors:  If you are interested in ordering a class ring, please stop by the Main Office to pick up the information packet.  All orders are placed online and rings will be directly mailed to your house!  Information was also sent to your school e-mail account!

     

     

    Sports: 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Attention Clarkstown South Vikings Football Program & TD Club: There will be a Football Parents Informational Meeting on Thursday, May 16, 2019 from 6:30 pm-8:00 pm at South HS. Café 103/104 Football Parents, Café 101/102 Cheer and Dance Parents. Parents &/or Guardians only for Football Varsity & JV. Go Vikings!

     

    Congratulations to the South JV Tennis team on continuing their undefeated season with a big win, 4-3 over Hendrick Hudson yesterday. The team was led by Dan Master-lertz who grinded out an 8-6 win at 1st singles. 

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Wednesday 5/8/19 - Day 3

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 5/8/2019

    Reminder to All:  Please remember that the library is being used for AP testing and we cannot allow any students/teachers in while testing is ongoing. 

    Calling all talented Vikings!

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show on Thursday, May 16th, from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

    We need dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, poetry readers and dramatic readers. 

    Interested performers should contact Gabby D'Amico at her email on our posters, or see Ms. Schiano in room 210A.

     

    Did you know that around 39 million feminine hygiene products are needed annually in order to allow homeless women and girls to receive the care they need? Until June 1st, there will be boxes available in each floor offices for the donations of feminine hygiene products to be given to the Center for Safety and Change. If you have any questions, please contact Ava Loughlin at Aval2@s.ccsd.edu.

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments! This year’s Senior Video will be sold in the lobby during your lunch periods.  You may also stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin. 

    Any Senior who would like to invite a former teacher from elementary or middle school to the graduation ceremony should see Mrs. Rauzi in the 2nd floor office no later than May 17th. These teachers will be part of the graduation ceremony.

    Attention all students: Student Council elections for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Friday, June 7th. Any student wishing to run for a position as a GO or class officer must first complete and submit a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    The school physician will be at the school for physicals on Wednesday May 22nd after school.  Please sign up in the nurse’s office ahead of time.  You may need to provide your own transportation home from school on that day.

    Attention Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors:  If you are interested in ordering a class ring, please stop by the Main Office to pick up the information packet.  All orders are placed online and rings will be directly mailed to your house!  Information was also sent to your school e-mail account!

     

     

    Sports: 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Tuesday 5/7/19 - Day 2

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 5/7/2019

    ALL Seniors - please report to the auditorium for an extended homeroom. Please bring a pen or a pencil. Failure to attend this homeroom will impact the release of your final transcript. Please see your counselor today if you have any questions.

    Calling all talented Vikings!

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show on Thursday, May 16th, from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

    We need dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, poetry readers and dramatic readers. 

    Interested performers should contact Gabby D'Amico at her email on our posters, or see Ms. Schiano in room 210A.

     

    Did you know that around 39 million feminine hygiene products are needed annually in order to allow homeless women and girls to receive the care they need? Until June 1st, there will be boxes available in each floor offices for the donations of feminine hygiene products to be given to the Center for Safety and Change. If you have any questions, please contact Ava Loughlin at Aval2@s.ccsd.edu.

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments! This year’s Senior Video will be sold in the lobby during your lunch periods.  You may also stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin. 

    Any Senior who would like to invite a former teacher from elementary or middle school to the graduation ceremony should see Mrs. Rauzi in the 2nd floor office no later than May 17th. These teachers will be part of the graduation ceremony.

    Attention all students: Student Council elections for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Friday, June 7th. Any student wishing to run for a position as a GO or class officer must first complete and submit a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    Attention Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors:  If you are interested in ordering a class ring, please stop by the Main Office to pick up the information packet.  All orders are placed online and rings will be directly mailed to your house!  Information was also sent to your school e-mail account!

     

     

    Sports: 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

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  • Monday 5/6/19 - Day 1

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 5/6/2019

    Students taking the IB exams should report to their test location at 11:30am for afternoon exams and 7:30am for morning exams. Test locations will be announced by your teacher.

    If you were invited to attend the academic awards on Thursday night and were unable to be there, please come to the main office at this time.

     

    Calling all talented Vikings!

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show on Thursday, May 16th, from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

    We need dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, poetry readers and dramatic readers. 

    Interested performers should contact Gabby D'Amico at her email on our posters, or see Ms. Schiano in room 210A.

     

    Did you know that around 39 million feminine hygiene products are needed annually in order to allow homeless women and girls to receive the care they need? Until June 1st, there will be boxes available in each floor offices for the donations of feminine hygiene products to be given to the Center for Safety and Change. If you have any questions, please contact Ava Loughlin at Aval2@s.ccsd.edu.

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments! This year’s Senior Video will be sold in the lobby during your lunch periods.  You may also stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin. 

    Any Senior who would like to invite a former teacher from elementary or middle school to the graduation ceremony should see Mrs. Rauzi in the 2nd floor office no later than May 17th. These teachers will be part of the graduation ceremony.

    Attention all students: Student Council elections for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Wednesday, May 29th. Any student wishing to run for a position as a GO or class officer must first complete and submit a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    Attention Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors:  If you are interested in ordering a class ring, please stop by the Main Office to pick up the information packet.  All orders are placed online and rings will be directly mailed to your house!  Information was also sent to your school e-mail account!

    Congratulations to Danielle Monroe who is the winner of the Judith Trust Scholarship! 

     

    Sports: 

    There will be an informational meeting today at 2:15 in the lobby for any boys interested in playing soccer in the Fall.  All are welcome.

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Friday, 5/3/19 - Day 6

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 5/3/2019

    If you were invited to attend the academic awards last night and were unable to be there, please come to the main office at this time.

    Students who are registered for the SAT exams at South High School tomorrow, May 4th, should report promptly to the side entrance, by cafeteria 103, near the custodian’s entrance, at 8:00 AM. All should bring positive photo ID, AN APPROPRIATE CALCULATOR as described in the registration manual and two #2 pencils. Calculators and pencils will not be distributed by the school.

     *REMEMBER: AS PER COLLEGE BOARD REGULATIONS, STUDENTS WHO DO NOT HAVE APPROPRIATE ID AND THEIR ADMISSION TICKET CANNOT TEST.

    CELL PHONE USE IS PROHIBITED AT ANY TIME DURING TESTING

    Room assignments will be posted on the wall right inside the entrance area on the bulletin board by cafeteria 103. Students who have problems regarding their registration should report to the library for assistance.

     See Mr. Paul with any questions or concerns.

     

     Calling all talented Vikings!

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show on Thursday, May 16th, from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

    We need dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, poetry readers and dramatic readers.  Interested performers should contact Gabby D'Amico at her email on our posters, or see Ms. Schiano in room 210A.

    Did you know that around 39 million feminine hygiene products are needed annually in order to allow homeless women and girls to receive the care they need? Until June 1st, there will be boxes available in each floor offices for the donations of feminine hygiene products to be given to the Center for Safety and Change. If you have any questions, please contact Ava Loughlin at Aval2@s.ccsd.edu.

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments! This year’s Senior Video will be sold in the lobby during your lunch periods.  You may also stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin. 

    Any Senior who would like to invite a former teacher from elementary or middle school to the graduation ceremony should see Mrs. Rauzi in the 2nd floor office no later than May 17th. These teachers will be part of the graduation ceremony.

    Attention all students: Student Council elections for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Wednesday, May 29th. Any student wishing to run for a position as a GO or class officer must first complete and submit a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    Attention Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors:  If you are interested in ordering a class ring, please stop by the Main Office to pick up the information packet.  All orders are placed online and rings will be directly mailed to your house!  Information was also sent to your school e-mail account!

     Sports: 

    There will be an informational meeting on Monday, May 6th at 2:15 in the lobby for any boys interested in playing soccer in the Fall.  All are welcome.

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

     Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Thursday 5/2/19 - Day 5

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 5/2/2019

    Calling all talented Vikings!

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show on Thursday, May 16th, from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

    We need dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, poetry readers and dramatic readers. 

    Interested performers should contact Gabby D'Amico at her email on our posters, or see Ms. Schiano in room 210A.

     

    Did you know that around 39 million feminine hygiene products are needed annually in order to allow homeless women and girls to receive the care they need? Until June 1st, there will be boxes available in each floor offices for the donations of feminine hygiene products to be given to the Center for Safety and Change. If you have any questions, please contact Ava Loughlin at Aval2@s.ccsd.edu.

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments! This year’s Senior Video will be sold in the lobby during your lunch periods.  You may also stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin. 

    Any Senior who would like to invite a former teacher from elementary or middle school to the graduation ceremony should see Mrs. Rauzi in the 2nd floor office no later than May 17th. These teachers will be part of the graduation ceremony.

    All Junior Boys:  Your senior formal portraits will be taken this week.  If you don’t remember your day/time, see Ms. Russ in the library.

    Attention all students: Student Council elections for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Wednesday, May 29th. Any student wishing to run for a position as a GO or class officer must first complete and submit a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    Attention Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors:  If you are interested in ordering a class ring, please stop by the Main Office to pick up the information packet.  All orders are placed online and rings will be directly mailed to your house!  Information was also sent to your school e-mail account!

    Today the Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education and the Justice Brandeis Law Society of Rockland County are proud to co-host the annual Holocaust Remembrance Day Commemoration. 

    The Hon. Linda Christopher, Associate Justice of the Appellate Division, 2nd Dept. will deliver the keynote speech on Rockland's Connection to the Nuremburg War Crimes Trials after WWII, highlighting the work of the late attorney Belle Mayer-Zeck and late State Supreme Court Justice William Zeck as prosecutors.

    As our community gathers to honor the memory of the victims of the Holocaust, we must also educate ourselves about the critical role of the legal system in seeking justice and protecting our societies.

    Join us to commemorate and to learn.  The event begins at 3pm at the Rockland County Court House in New City.

     

     

     

    Sports: 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    In Varsity Softball:  Abbey Zaslav drove in Elizabeth Dwyer in the 4th inning to give the team a 1-0 win over Suffern yesterday.  Lauren Aprahamian was the winning pitcher.  Cristina Valentino and Lindsey Hoag were defensive stalwarts.  The Lady Vikings are now 5 and 3.

     

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

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  • Wednesday 5/1/19 - Day 4

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 5/1/2019

    Calling all talented Vikings!

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show on Thursday, May 16th, from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

    We need dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, poetry readers and dramatic readers. 

    Interested performers should contact Gabby D'Amico at her email on our posters, or see Ms. Schiano in room 210A.

     

    Did you know that around 39 million feminine hygiene products are needed annually in order to allow homeless women and girls to receive the care they need? Until June 1st, there will be boxes available in each floor offices for the donations of feminine hygiene products to be given to the Center for Safety and Change. If you have any questions, please contact Ava Loughlin at Aval2@s.ccsd.edu.

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments! This year’s Senior Video will be sold in the lobby during your lunch periods.  You may also stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin. 

    Any Senior who would like to invite a former teacher from elementary or middle school to the graduation ceremony should see Mrs. Rauzi in the 2nd floor office no later than May 17th. These teachers will be part of the graduation ceremony.

    All Junior Boys:  Your senior formal portraits will be taken this week.  If you don’t remember your day/time, see Ms. Russ in the library.

    Attention all students: Student Council elections for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Wednesday, May 29th. Any student wishing to run for a position as a GO or class officer must first complete and submit a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    Attention Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors:  If you are interested in ordering a class ring, please stop by the Main Office to pick up the information packet.  All orders are placed online and rings will be directly mailed to your house!  Information was also sent to your school e-mail account!

    Tomorrow, Thursday May 2nd The Holocaust Museum & Center for Tolerance and Education and the Justice Brandeis Law Society of Rockland County are proud to co-host the annual Holocaust Remembrance Day Commemoration. 

    The Hon. Linda Christopher, Associate Justice of the Appellate Division, 2nd Dept. will deliver the keynote speech on Rockland's connection to the Nuremburg War Crimes Trials after WWII, highlighting the work of the late attorney Belle Mayer-Zeck and late State Supreme Court Justice William Zeck as prosecutors.

    As our community gathers to honor the memory of the victims of the Holocaust, we must also educate ourselves about the critical role of the legal system in seeking justice and protecting our societies.

    Join us to commemorate and to learn.  The event begins at 3pm at the Rockland County Court House in New City.

      

     

    Sports: 

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Tuesday 4/30/19 - Day 3

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/30/2019

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about autism in order to help you understand what this disorder involves.

    While autism is usually a life-long condition, all children and adults benefit from interventions, or therapies, that can reduce symptoms and increase skills and abilities.  Although it is best to begin intervention as soon as possible, the benefits of therapy continue throughout life.

    Attention students and staff:

    South is doing a collection for the Center for Safety and Change, whose residents are in dire need of toiletries and personal care products! Please bring in any of the following and put them in any of the floor office boxes: New towels, diapers, wipes. Vaseline, Aquaphor, full size toiletries, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, body lotion, toothbrushes or toothpaste. If you have any questions or to help more with this project, please see Cassidy Mitru or Ms. Solar.

     

    Calling all talented Vikings!

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show on Thursday, May 16th, from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

    We need dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, poetry readers and dramatic readers. 

    Interested performers should contact Gabby D'Amico at her email on our posters, or see Ms. Schiano in room 210A.

     

    Did you know that around 39 million feminine hygiene products are needed annually in order to allow homeless women and girls to receive the care they need? Until June 1st, there will be boxes available in each floor offices for the donations of feminine hygiene products to be given to the Center for Safety and Change. If you have any questions, please contact Ava Loughlin at Aval2@s.ccsd.edu.


     

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments! This year’s Senior Video will be sold in the lobby during your lunch periods.  You may also stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin. 

    Any Senior who would like to invite a former teacher from elementary or middle school to the graduation ceremony should see Mrs. Rauzi in the 2nd floor office no later than May 17th. These teachers will be part of the graduation ceremony.

    All Junior Boys:  Your senior formal portraits will be taken this week.  If you don’t remember your day/time, see Ms. Russ in the library.

    Attention all students: Student Council elections for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Wednesday, May 29th. Any student wishing to run for a position as a GO or class officer must first complete and submit a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

    There is a National Honor Society meeting at 2:10 p.m. today in the cafeteria.

     

     

    Sports: 

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Attention all Badminton players!  There will be badminton intramurals starting today from 2:30-3:30 in the gymnasium.  All are a welcome.  Athletic attire is required!!!  See Mrs. Conover if you have any questions.

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Monday 4/29/19 - Day 2

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/29/2019

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about autism in order to help you understand what this disorder involves.

    A growing body of research suggests that a woman can reduce her risk of having a child with autism by taking prenatal vitamins containing folic acid and /or eating a diet rich in folic acid(at least 600 mg. a day) during the months before and after conception.

    Attention students and staff:

    South is doing a collection for the Center for Safety and Change, whose residents are in dire need of toiletries and personal care products! Please bring in any of the following and put them in any of the floor office boxes: New towels, diapers, wipes. Vaseline, Aquaphor, full size toiletries, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, body lotion, toothbrushes or toothpaste. If you have any questions or to help more with this project, please see Cassidy Mitru or Ms. Solar.

     

    Calling all talented Vikings!

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show on Thursday, May 16th, from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

    We need dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, poetry readers and dramatic readers. 

    Interested performers should contact Gabby D'Amico at her email on our posters, or see Ms. Schiano in room 210A.

     

    Did you know that around 39 million feminine hygiene products are needed annually in order to allow homeless women and girls to receive the care they need? Until June 1st, there will be boxes available in each floor offices for the donations of feminine hygiene products to be given to the Center for Safety and Change. If you have any questions, please contact Ava Loughlin at Aval2@s.ccsd.edu.

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments! This year’s Senior Video will be sold in the lobby during your lunch periods.  You may also stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin. 

    Any Senior who would like to invite a former teacher from elementary or middle school to the graduation ceremony should see Mrs. Rauzi in the 2nd floor office no later than May 17th. These teachers will be part of the graduation ceremony.

    All Junior Boys:  Your senior formal portraits will be taken this week.  If you don’t remember your day/time, see Ms. Russ in the library.

     

     

     

    Sports: 

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Attention all Badminton players!  There will be badminton intramurals starting on Tuesday, April 30th from 2:30-3:30 in the gymnasium.  All are a welcome.  Athletic attire is required!!!  See Mrs. Conover if you have any questions.

     

    JV Softball players: Please pick up sweatshirts today in room 201.

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Thursday 4/18/19 - Day 1

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/18/2019

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about autism in order to help you understand what this disorder involves.

    Nearly half of those with autism wander or bolt.  Nearly two-thirds of children with autism have been bullied. Most adults with autism (84%) remain living with their parents. Nearly half of 25 year olds with autism have never held a paying job.

    Any Senior who missed Tuesday’s extended homeroom assembly.  Please come to the main office and fill out a card for Grad Images.

    Attention students and staff:

    South is doing a collection for the Center for Safety and Change, whose residents are in dire need of toiletries and personal care products! Please bring in any of the following and put them in any of the floor office boxes: New towels, diapers, wipes. Vaseline, Aquaphor, full size toiletries, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, body lotion, toothbrushes or toothpaste. If you have any questions or to help more with this project, please see Cassidy Mitru or Ms. Solar.

     

    Attention all assets students and anyone else interested in a clean environment- South will be participating in Keep Rockland Beautiful right after school today. We will meet in front of school and you will be provided with gloves and garbage bags. Any student or staff who wants to help is welcome to join us. See Ms. Solar with any questions.

     

    Calling all talented Vikings!

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show on Thursday, May 16th, from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

    We need dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, poetry readers and dramatic readers. 

    Interested performers should contact Gabby D'Amico at her email on our posters, or see Ms. Schiano in room 210A.

     

    Did you know that around 39 million feminine hygiene products are needed annually in order to allow homeless women and girls to receive the care they need? Until June 1st, there will be boxes available in each floor offices for the donations of feminine hygiene products to be given to the Center for Safety and Change. If you have any questions, please contact Ava Loughlin at Aval2@s.ccsd.edu.

    Attention seniors!  Yes it's the moment you've been waiting for!   Those precious senior moments! This year’s Senior Video will be sold in the lobby during your lunch periods.  You may also stop by room 170 and see Mrs. Fishkin. 

    Congratulations to the following South students who shared original poetry at Barnes & Noble last evening.  Their thoughtful and powerful work was well received by teachers, family, and friends from Clarkstown North, South, and Ramapo High School.  

    Please congratulate them when you see these talented students!  They represented themselves, and South, so well.

    Adam Dahar

    Zachary Houghton

    Lauren O'Sullivan

    Jolie Scerbo

    Sara Traynor

    Additionally, a thank you to Zoe Nelson-Barkan, who chose not to read but came to listen and support her fellow poets, and special congratulations to Zach Houghton who served as one of the student emcees of the evening.  Finally, thank you to Maureen DiSavino, Mike DeLucia and Kalicha Cameron for being there to "snap" for our poets!   It was a wonderful evening of poetry that truly showcased the talent and passion of our student writers.

     

     

     

    Sports: 

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

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  • Wednesday 4/17/19 - Day 6

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/17/2019

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about autism in order to help you understand what this disorder involves.

    As many as one third of individuals with autism have epilepsy.  Sleep disturbance is common.  Environmental factors can play a significant role in affecting the whole body.

    Our Autism Awareness Walk will take place today during Physical Education classes on the track. Everyone is encouraged to wear blue shirts and sneakers, to come out and support our students. All staff members are also encouraged to attend during their free periods.

    Any Senior who missed yesterday’s extended homeroom assembly.  Please come to the main  office and fill out a card for Grad Images.

    Attention students and staff:

    South is doing a collection for the Center for Safety and Change, whose residents are in dire need of toiletries and personal care products! Please bring in any of the following and put them in any of the floor office boxes: New towels, diapers, wipes. Vaseline, Aquaphor, full size toiletries, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, body lotion, toothbrushes or toothpaste. If you have any questions or to help more with this project, please see Cassidy Mitru or Ms. Solar.

     

    Roses are Red

    Violets are Blue

    It's Poetry Month

    and we'd LOVE to see you...

    At Barnes & Noble that is!!

    It's National Poetry Month, and we would love for you to join us at Barnes & Noble in the Palisades Mall today at 7:30 pm to share your own poetry, or to listen to great poetry by your fellow student poets from Clarkstown South, North and Ramapo High Schools.  Please join us!  To sign up to read, or for any questions, see Ms. DiSavino in room 221 or Ms. Weber in room 309.

     

    Mock Trial will be meeting today in Rm. 333- ALL members need to pick up their cakes. 

     

     

    Attention all assets students and anyone else interested in a clean environment- South will be participating in Keep Rockland Beautiful right after school tomorrow. We will meet in front of school and you will be provided with gloves and garbage bags. Any student or staff who wants to help is welcome to join us. See Ms. Solar with any questions.

     

    Calling all talented Vikings!

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show on Thursday, May 16th, from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

    We need dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, poetry readers and dramatic readers. 

    Interested performers should contact Gabby D'Amico at her email on our posters, or see Ms. Schiano in room 210A.

     

    Did you know that around 39 million feminine hygiene products are needed annually in order to allow homeless women and girls to receive the care they need? Until June 1st, there will be boxes available in each floor offices for the donations of feminine hygiene products to be given to the Center for Safety and Change. If you have any questions, please contact Ava Loughlin at Aval2@s.ccsd.edu.

     

    Sports: 

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Tuesday 4/16/19 - Day 5

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/16/2019

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about autism in order to help you understand what this disorder involves.

    One-third of children and adults with autism are non-verbal. Assistive communication devices encourage speech in some nonverbal children. An Autism Speaks funded study dispelled the belief that nonverbal children with autism who don’t speak by age 5 will remain nonverbal for life. Behavioral therapy for autism can transform lives.

    Our Autism Awareness Walk will take place today and tomorrow during Physical Education classes on the track. Everyone is encouraged to wear blue shirts and sneakers, to come out and support our students. All staff members are also encouraged to attend during their free periods.

    Attention students and staff:

    South is doing a collection for the Center for Safety and Change, whose residents are in dire need of toiletries and personal care products! Please bring in any of the following and put them in any of the floor office boxes: New towels, diapers, wipes. Vaseline, Aquaphor, full size toiletries, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, body lotion, toothbrushes or toothpaste. If you have any questions or to help more with this project, please see Cassidy Mitru or Ms. Solar.

     

    Roses are Red

    Violets are Blue

    It's Poetry Month

    and we'd LOVE to see you...

    At Barnes & Noble that is!!

    It's National Poetry Month, and we would love for you to join us at Barnes & Noble in the Palisades Mall tomorrow at 7:30 pm to share your own poetry, or to listen to great poetry by your fellow student poets from Clarkstown South, North and Ramapo High Schools.  Please join us!  To sign up to read, or for any questions, see Ms. DiSavino in room 221 or Ms. Weber in room 309.

     

    Mock Trial will be meeting tomorrow in Rm. 333- ALL members need to pick up their cakes. 

     

    Come one, come all!  Tonight, starting at 4pm, Five Guys Nanuet will be hosting a fundraiser for South’s Centerstage!  Come and get a great meal while supporting our drama club.  That’s tonight, starting at 4pm at Five Guys Nanuet!

     

    Attention all assets students and anyone else interested in a clean environment- South will be participating in Keep Rockland Beautiful right after school on Thursday, April 18. We will meet in front of school and you will be provided with gloves and garbage bags. Any student or staff who wants to help is welcome to join us. See Ms. Solar with any questions.

     

    Calling all talented Vikings!

    The AnyBody Can Dance Club, sponsored by the ASSETS Leadership Club, is hosting a High School Talent Show on Thursday, May 16th, from 6:15pm to 8:30pm.

    Proceeds will go to our local chapter 333 of the Vietnam Veterans of America organization, in honor of Memorial Day.

    We need dancers, singers, musicians, comedians, poetry readers and dramatic readers. 

    Interested performers should contact Gabby D'Amico at her email on our posters, or see Ms. Schiano in room 210A.

     

    Did you know that around 39 million feminine hygiene products are needed annually in order to allow homeless women and girls to receive the care they need? Until June 1st, there will be boxes available in each floor offices for the donations of feminine hygiene products to be given to the Center for Safety and Change. If you have any questions, please contact Ava Loughlin at Aval2@s.ccsd.edu.

     

    Sports: 

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Monday 4/15/19 - Day 4

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/15/2019

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about autism in order to help you understand what this disorder involves.

    Autism can be reliably diagnosed by age 2.  Early intervention improves outcome. High quality early intervention does more than develop skills.  It can change underlying brain development and activity.

    Our Autism Awareness Walk will take place tomorrow and Wednesday during Physical Education classes on the track. Everyone is encouraged to wear blue shirts and  your sneakers, come out and support our students. All staff members are also encouraged to attend during their free periods.

    Attention students and staff:

    South is doing a collection for the Center for Safety and Change, whose residents are in dire need of toiletries and personal care products! Please bring in any of the following and put them in any of the floor office boxes: New towels, diapers, wipes. Vaseline, Aquaphor, full size toiletries, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, body lotion, toothbrushes or toothpaste. If you have any questions or to help more with this project, please see Cassidy Mitru or Ms. Solar.

     

    Reminder to any Sophomores applying for the Rotary Youth Leadership Award: Completed applications must be submitted to Mr. Paul by the end of school today.

     

    There will be a HOSA Club meeting today directly after school in room 123. Hope to see you there!

     

    Roses are Red

    Violets are Blue

    It's Poetry Month

    and we'd LOVE to see you...

    At Barnes & Noble that is!!

    It's National Poetry Month, and we would love for you to join us at Barnes & Noble in the Palisades Mall on Wednesday, April 17th at 7:30 pm to share your own poetry, or to listen to great poetry by your fellow student poets from Clarkstown South, North and Ramapo High Schools.  Please join us!  To sign up to read, or for any questions, see Ms. DiSavino in room 221 or Ms. Weber in room 309.

     

    Sports: 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Friday 4/12/19 - Day 3

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/12/2019

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about autism in order to help you understand what this disorder involves.

    Autism’s prevalence has skyrocketed.  Ten years ago, autism’s estimated prevalence was 1 in 166.  Today it’s 1 in 68 – an increase of more than 100% in one decade.

    Attention students and teachers:  Today is the Day of Silence. This is a national youth movement bringing attention to the silence faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and their allies. This deliberate silence echoes that silence which is caused by anti-LGBTQ bullying, name-calling and harassment. Today there are over 100 South students participating in this peaceful protest and they believe that ending the silence is the first step toward building awareness and making a commitment to address these injustices. Think about the voices you are NOT hearing today. 

    Attention students: As you walk in from the bus entrance be sure to look at your classes regents review sessions posted on the bulletin board. They are also posted online on our home page under SHS bulletins. The first sessions will be begin in mid-April.

    Attention students and staff:

    South is doing a collection for the Center for Safety and Change, whose residents are in dire need of toiletries and personal care products! Please bring in any of the following and put in box in any of the offices: New towels, diapers, wipes. Vaseline, Aquaphor, full size toiletries, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, body lotion, toothbrushes or toothpaste. If you have any questions or to help more with this project, please see Cassidy Mitru or Ms. Solar.

     

    Attention sophomores that are applying for the Rotary Youth Leadership Award: The deadline for application submission is Monday, April 15th. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    Do you want to get outside?  Do you like Ultimate Frisbee? If so, come down to the front of the lobby today at 2:05 and join the Ultimate Frisbee Club.  We will be playing Frisbee after school.  All are welcome!  

     

    There will be a HOSA Club meeting on Monday, April 15th, directly after school in room 123. Hope to see you there!

     

    Join us tonight to what people are calling the most entertaining night out in years!  Tonight at 6pm South's National Art Honor Society will host  its award winning coffee house. There will be students performing music, spoken word, comedy, and the list goes on. Treats and coffee will be served. Doors open at 6pm in the upper library. 

     

    Roses are Red

    Violets are Blue

    It's Poetry Month

    and we'd LOVE to see you...

    At Barnes & Noble that is!!

    It's National Poetry Month, and we would love for you to join us at Barnes & Noble in the Palisades Mall on Wednesday, April 17th at 7:30 pm to share your own poetry, or to listen to great poetry by your fellow student poets from Clarkstown South, North and Ramapo High Schools.  Please join us!  To sign up to read, or for any questions, see Ms. DiSavino in room 221 or Ms. Weber in room 309.

     

    Sports: 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Football Intramurals this Sunday, April 14th from 9:00am-11 am at South, meet in the gym. Open to all.

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

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  • Thursday, 4/11/19 - Day 2

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/11/2019

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about autism in order to help you understand what this disorder involves.

    Many persons with autism have unusual responses to sensory input.  They have difficulty processing and integrating sensory information or stimuli, such as sights, sounds, smells, tastes and/or movement.  They may experience seemingly ordinary stimuli as painful, unpleasant or confusing.

    Attention students: As you walk in from the bus entrance be sure to look at your classes regents review sessions posted on the bulletin board. They are also posted online on our home page under SHS bulletins. The first sessions will be begin in mid-April.

    Attention students and staff:

    South is doing a collection for the Center for Safety and Change, whose residents are in dire need of toiletries and personal care products! Please bring in any of the following and put in box in any of the offices: New towels, diapers, wipes. Vaseline, Aquaphor, full size toiletries, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, body lotion, toothbrushes or toothpaste. If you have any questions or to help more with this project, please see Cassidy Mitru or Ms. Solar.

     

    Attention sophomores that are applying for the Rotary Youth Leadership Award: The deadline for application submission is Monday, April 15th. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    The next meeting for the Viking Voice will be today in Room 221.  If you have any questions, please email either Mrs. Gorden or Mrs. DiSavino.  

     

    Do you want to get outside?  Do you like Ultimate Frisbee? If so, come down to the front of the lobby tomorrow at 2:05 and join the Ultimate Frisbee Club.  We will be playing Frisbee after school this Friday.  All are welcome!  

     

    The custodial staff would like to thank Mr. Schiela and his special students for the appreciation gifts. It was a very nice surprise.

    There will be a HOSA Club meeting on Monday, April 15th, directly after school in room 123. Hope to see you there!

     

    Sports: 

     

    The Varsity Girls lacrosse team won their second straight win last night against New Rochelle with a score of 15-9.  Leading the attack were senior captain Caroline Noia with 6 goals and freshman midfielder Sophia Pope with 4 goals and an assist.  Noreen Hofving scored a hat trick, Riley O’Shea tallied 2 goals and Katie Kelly had an assist to add to the win.  Keira Doherty had a solid performance in goal with 8 saves

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Wednesday 4/10/19 - Day 1

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/10/2019

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about autism in order to help you understand what this disorder involves.

    Unusual repetitive behaviors and/or a tendency to engage in a restricted range of activities are another core symptom of autism.  Common repetitive behaviors include hand-flapping, rocking, jumping and twirling, arranging and rearranging objects, and repeating sounds, words, or phrases.

    Attention students: As you walk in from the bus entrance be sure to look at your classes regents review sessions posted on the bulletin board. They are also posted online on our home page under SHS bulletins. The first sessions will be begin in mid-April.

    Attention all Juniors: If you have senior portrait appointments scheduled for today Wednesday, April 10th, they have been moved to FRIDAY, April 12 in order to accommodate the early release day schedule.

    Any questions see Ms. Russ in library.

     

    Attention students and staff:

    South is doing a collection for the Center for Safety and Change, whose residents are in dire need of toiletries and personal care products! Please bring in any of the following and put in box in any of the offices: New towels, diapers, wipes. Vaseline, Aquaphor, full size toiletries, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, body lotion, toothbrushes or toothpaste. If you have any questions or to help more with this project, please see Cassidy Mitru or Ms. Solar.

     

    Attention sophomores that are applying for the Rotary Youth Leadership Award: The deadline for application submission is Monday, April 15th. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    The next meeting for the Viking Voice will be tomorrow in Room 221.  If you have any questions, please email either Mrs. Gorden or Mrs. DiSavino.  

     

    Do you want to get outside?  Do you like Ultimate Frisbee? If so, come down to the front of the lobby this Friday at 2:05 and join the Ultimate Frisbee Club.  We will be playing Frisbee after school this Friday.  All are welcome!  

     

     

    Sports: 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Tuesday, April 9 Day 6

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/9/2019

                                              Tuesday, 4/9/19 - Day 6

     

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about autism in order to help you understand what this disorder involves.

    Someone affected by autism may not exhibit typical body language.  Facial expressions, movements and gestures may not match what they are saying.  Their tone of voice may fail to reflect their feelings.  Some use a high-pitched sing-song or a flat, robot-like voice.  This can make it difficult for others to know what they want and need. This failed communication, in turn, can lead to frustration and inappropriate behavior (Such as screaming or grabbing) on the part of the person with autism.

    Attention students: As you walk in from the bus entrance be sure to look at your classes regents review sessions posted on the bulletin board. They are also posted online on our home page under SHS bulletins. The first sessions will be begin in mid-April.

    Attention all Juniors: If you have senior portrait appointments scheduled for tomorrow Wednesday, April 10th, they have been moved to FRIDAY, April 12 in order to accommodate the early release day schedule.

    Any questions see Ms. Russ in library.

     

    Attention students and staff:

    South is doing a collection for the Center for Safety and Change, whose residents are in dire need of toiletries and personal care products! Please bring in any of the following and put in box in any of the offices: New towels, diapers, wipes. Vaseline, Aquaphor, full size toiletries, such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, body lotion, toothbrushes or toothpaste. If you have any questions or to help more with this project, please see Cassidy Mitru or Ms. Solar.

     

    The World Language Honor Society Rehearsal will be taking place today at 2:05 pm in the auditorium. We look forward to seeing in the auditorium for a brief rehearsal. 

     

    Attention GSTA-There will be a meeting today during extended homeroom in room 321A. We will be discussing and planning for the Day of Silence, which is this Friday, April 12th. Please see Ms. Anderson or Mrs. Goodman for details. 

     

    Attention sophomores that are applying for the Rotary Youth Leadership Award: The deadline for application submission is Monday, April 15th. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    The next meeting for the Viking Voice will be Thursday, April 11th, in Room 221.  If you have any questions, please email either Mrs. Gorden or Mrs. Disavino.   

     

     

    Sports: 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Varsity softball defeated Mamaroneck 6-3 yesterday.

    Lindsey Hoag was 3-4 with a run and and RBI, Grace Stella had 2 hits and a RBI, Liz Dwyer was 2-4 with a double and 2 runs scored.  Lauren Aprahamian was the winning pitcher. Congratulations on the win.

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

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  • Monday 4/8/19 - Day 5

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/8/2019

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about autism in order to help you understand what this disorder involves.

    A common difficulty is the inability to understand body language, tone of voice and expressions that are not meant to be taken literally.  For example, even an adult with autism might interpret a sarcastic remark, such as “Oh that’s just great!” as meaning it really is great.

    Attention students: As you walk in from the bus entrance be sure to look at your classes regents review sessions posted on the bulletin board. They are also posted online on our home page under SHS bulletins. The first sessions will be begin in mid-April.

    Attention all Juniors: If you have senior portrait appointments scheduled for this Wednesday, April 10th, they have been moved to FRIDAY, April 12 in order to accommodate the early release day schedule.

    Any questions see Ms. Russ in library.

     

    Attention Juniors:  Today is the last day to buy tickets for the Junior Ball on My School Bucks.

     

    Congratulations to the Cast and Crew of Beauty and the Beast for four wonderful performances this past weekend. Bravo!!

     

     

    Sports: 

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Congratulations to Coach Ray Kondracki for being named Track Coach of the year in the Rockland Journal News.

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

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  • Friday 4/5/19 - Day 4

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/5/2019

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about autism  in order to help you understand what this disorder involves.

    Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are characterized by social-interaction difficulties, communication challenges and a tendency to engage in repetitive behaviors.  These behaviors may be seen in different combinations, which are individual to each person with autism.

    Attention students: As you walk in from the bus entrance be sure to look at your classes regents review sessions posted on the bulletin board. They are also posted online on our home page under SHS bulletins. The first sessions will be begin in mid-April.

    Attention all Juniors: If you have senior portrait appointments scheduled for next Wednesday, April 10th, they have been moved to FRIDAY, April 12 in order to accommodate the early release day schedule.

    Any questions see Ms. Russ in library.

     

    Attention Juniors:  Tickets for the Junior Ball are now on sale on My School Bucks.  If you plan to attend the Junior Ball, you must purchase your ticket online by Monday, April 8th!

     

    It’s finally time for the Assets leaderships Puppy Spring Fling and puppy Paw-ty!!!! Come to Congers dog park from 1:00 till 3:00 this Sunday, April 7 (with or without a dog) and play with rescue pups, watch fun contests, buy delicious baked goods and even get pictures taken with the Easter Bunny!!! Don’t miss it- see Ms. Solar or Grace Stella for more info!

     

    No one’s gloomy or complaining, when Centerstage is entertaining!” TONIGHT, Centerstage’s production of Beauty and the Beast is opening at 8pm! Tickets can still be purchased at cshs.booktix.com or at the door! Other show times are Saturday at 2pm & 8pm, and Sunday at 2pm. The junior cast will perform at tonight and Saturday morning’s show. The senior cast will perform at the Saturday evening show and the Sunday show. Come and Be Our Guest this weekend!

     

    Sports: 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Congratulations to the JV Boys Tennis team on improving their season to 4&0. The team was led by Sam Manne at first singles who won his two hour marathon match in a tiebreaker. Great match by the whole team. 

     

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Thursday 4/4/19 - Day 3

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/4/2019

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about autism  in order to help you understand what this disorder involves.

    Studies show that autism is four to five times more common among boys than girls.  An extimated 1 out of 42 boys and 1 in 189 girls are diagnosed with autism in the United States.

    Attention students: As you walk in from the bus entrance be sure to look at your classes regents review sessions posted on the bulletin board. They are also posted online on our home page under SHS bulletins. The first sessions will be begin in mid-April.

    Attention all Juniors: If you have senior portrait appointments scheduled for Wednesday, April 10th, they have been moved to FRIDAY, April 12 in order to accommodate the early release day schedule.

    Any questions see Ms. Russ in library.

     

    ATTENTION SOPHOMORES:

    Each year the Clarkstown Sunrise Rotary selects one sophomore from South High School to attend a student leadership conference. The Rotary Youth Leadership Award Conference is for high school sophomores who have shown leadership potential in their home, school, and community. The conference is designed to introduce participants to thoughts and ideas, which, if utilized, will strengthen and develop their leadership skills. It also provides an environment where participants may discuss and exchange their ideas with other students from the Mid-Hudson Valley. The conference lasts five days, runs from June 29th-July 3rd, and is held on the campus of Mt. Saint Mary's College in Newburgh. Conference tuition, room & board are paid by the Clarkstown Sunrise Rotary. Applications can be obtained from Mr. Paul in Room 310.

     

    Cultural Club's annual volleyball tournament will be held today after school from 2-4. The cost is $2 to attend, come and support your friends!

     

    Politics in America will be meeting today after school in Room 301.  We will be discussing vaccination and the recent state of emergency in the county.  Refreshments will be provided.  We hope to see you there!  

     

    In Girls Exploring Math news, students have proposed a name change to Games and Explorations in Math since both boys and girls have been attending the meetings at both North and South.  All are welcome for our final meeting of the school year today after school in Room 112.  Join Dr. DeWitt and her team from STAC for pizza, prizes, and fun activities!  We will be making ornaments in the shape of the normal curve, learning more about statistics, and you can take home your own puzzle/game and GEM t-shirt just for attending!  To sign up, email Mrs. Pritts or see her in Room 112.

     

    Attention Juniors:  Tickets for the Junior Ball are now on sale on My School Bucks.  If you plan to attend the Junior Ball, you must purchase your ticket online by Monday, April 8th!

     

    No one’s slick like Gaston, no one’s quick like Gaston, and you’re going to have to be QUICK like Gaston to get your tickets for Centerstage’s production of Beauty and the Beast. Shows start TOMORROW, (April 5th) at 8pm, Saturday (April 6th) at 2pm and 8pm, and Sunday (April 7th) at 2pm! The junior cast will perform in the first two shows, and the senior cast in the last two. Get your tickets now at cshs.booktix.com. Come out for a great night of theater!

     

     

    Sports: 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

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  • Wednesday 4/3/19 - Day 2

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/3/2019

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about autism  in order to help you understand what this disorder involves.

    Autism appears to have its roots in very early brain development.  However, the most obvious signs of autism and symptoms of autism tend to emerge between 2 and 3 years of age. 

    Attention students: As you walk in from the bus entrance be sure to look at your classes regents review sessions posted on the bulletin board. They are also posted online on our home page under SHS bulletins. The first sessions will be begin in mid-April.

    Attention all Juniors: If you have senior portrait appointments scheduled for Wednesday, April 10th, they have been moved to FRIDAY, April 12 in order to accommodate the early release day schedule.

    Any questions see Ms. Russ in library.

     

    ATTENTION SOPHOMORES:

    Each year the Clarkstown Sunrise Rotary selects one sophomore from South High School to attend a student leadership conference. The Rotary Youth Leadership Award Conference is for high school sophomores who have shown leadership potential in their home, school, and community. The conference is designed to introduce participants to thoughts and ideas, which, if utilized, will strengthen and develop their leadership skills. It also provides an environment where participants may discuss and exchange their ideas with other students from the Mid-Hudson Valley. The conference lasts five days, runs from June 29th-July 3rd, and is held on the campus of Mt. Saint Mary's College in Newburgh. Conference tuition, room & board are paid by the Clarkstown Sunrise Rotary. Applications can be obtained from Mr. Paul in Room 310.

     

    Please join Best Buddies as we will be having a pizza party and attending the Spring Musical on Friday.  You can come see any of the SPIRIT staff for your permission slip in room 171.  Permission slips and money are due today.

     

    Cultural Club's annual volleyball tournament will be held tomorrow after school from 2-4. The cost is $2 to attend, come and support your friends!

     

    In Girls Exploring Math news, students have proposed a name change to Games and Explorations in Math since both boys and girls have been attending the meetings at both North and South.  All are welcome for our final meeting of the school year tomorrow after school in Room 112.  Join Dr. DeWitt and her team from STAC for pizza, prizes, and fun activities!  We will be making ornaments in the shape of the normal curve, learning more about statistics, and you can take home your own puzzle/game and GEM t-shirt just for attending!  To sign up, email Mrs. Pritts or see her in Room 112.

     

    Attention Juniors:  Tickets for the Junior Ball are now on sale on My School Bucks.  If you plan to attend the Junior Ball, you must purchase your ticket online by Monday, April 8th!

     

    Get ready to come and say “Bonjour!” Centerstage’s production of Beauty and the Beast is playing this weekend! Showtimes are this Friday (April 5th) at 8pm, this Saturday (April 6th) at 2pm and 8pm, and this Sunday (April 7th) at 2pm! The junior cast will perform in the first two shows, and the senior cast in the last two. Get your tickets now at cshs.booktix.com before they’re gone!

     

     

    Sports: 

     

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Tuesday 4/2/19 - Day 1

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/2/2019

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about Autism  in order to help you understand what this disorder involves. 

    ASD can be associated with intellectual disability, difficulties in motor coordination and attention and physical health issues such as sleep and gastrointestional disturbances.  Some persons with ASD excel in visual skills, music, math and art.

    Attention students: As you walk in from the bus entrance be sure to look at your classes regents review sessions posted on the bulletin board. They are also posted online on our home page under SHS bulletins. The first sessions will be begin in mid-April.

    Attention all Juniors: If you have senior portrait appointments scheduled for Wednesday, April 10th, they have been moved to FRIDAY, April 12 in order to accommodate the early release day schedule.

    Any questions see Ms. Russ in library.

     

    ATTENTION SOPHOMORES:

    Each year the Clarkstown Sunrise Rotary selects one sophomore from South High School to attend a student leadership conference. The Rotary Youth Leadership Award Conference is for high school sophomores who have shown leadership potential in their home, school, and community. The conference is designed to introduce participants to thoughts and ideas, which, if utilized, will strengthen and develop their leadership skills. It also provides an environment where participants may discuss and exchange their ideas with other students from the Mid-Hudson Valley. The conference lasts five days, runs from June 29th-July 3rd, and is held on the campus of Mt. Saint Mary's College in Newburgh. Conference tuition, room & board are paid by the Clarkstown Sunrise Rotary. Applications can be obtained from Mr. Paul in Room 310.

     

    Please join Best Buddies as we will be having a pizza party and attending the Spring Musical on Friday.  You can come see any of the SPIRIT staff for your permission slip in room 171.  Permission slips and money are due by tomorrow.

     

    Cultural Club's annual volleyball tournament will be held on Thursday after school from 2-4. The cost is $2 to attend, come and support your friends!

     

    In Girls Exploring Math news, students have proposed a name change to Games and Explorations in Math since both boys and girls have been attending the meetings at both North and South.  All are welcome for our final meeting of the school year on Thursday, April 4th after school in Room 112.  Join Dr. DeWitt and her team from STAC for pizza, prizes, and fun activities!  We will be making ornaments in the shape of the normal curve, learning more about statistics, and you can take home your own puzzle/game and GEM t-shirt just for attending!  To sign up, email Mrs. Pritts or see her in Room 112.

     

    Attention Juniors:  Tickets for the Junior Ball are now on sale on My School Bucks.  If you plan to attend the Junior Ball, you must purchase your ticket online by Monday, April 8th!

     

    It’s a tale as old as time, but it’s all going to be over soon! This weekend, Centerstage will be performing the spring musical, Beauty and the Beast! Show times are this Friday (April 5th) at 8pm, this Saturday (April 6th) at 2pm and 8pm, and this Sunday (April 7th) at 2pm! The junior cast will perform in the first two shows, and the senior cast in the last two. Get your tickets now at cshs.booktix.com

     

     

    Sports: 

     

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Monday 4/1/19 - Day 6

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 4/1/2019

    April is Autism Awareness month.  In honor of this, we will be sharing facts about Autism over the next month in order to help you understand what this disorder involves. 

    Autism spectrum disorder and autism are both general terms for a group of complex disorders of brain development.  These orders are characterized, in varying degrees, by difficulties in social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication and repetitive behaviors.

    Attention students: As you walk in from the bus entrance be sure to look at your classes regents review sessions posted on the bulletin board. They are also posted online on our home page under SHS bulletins. The first sessions will be begin in mid-April.

    ATTENTION SOPHOMORES:

    Each year the Clarkstown Sunrise Rotary selects one sophomore from South High School to attend a student leadership conference. The Rotary Youth Leadership Award Conference is for high school sophomores who have shown leadership potential in their home, school, and community. The conference is designed to introduce participants to thoughts and ideas, which, if utilized, will strengthen and develop their leadership skills. It also provides an environment where participants may discuss and exchange their ideas with other students from the Mid-Hudson Valley. The conference lasts five days, runs from June 29th-July 3rd, and is held on the campus of Mt. Saint Mary's College in Newburgh. Conference tuition, room & board are paid by the Clarkstown Sunrise Rotary. Applications can be obtained from Mr. Paul in Room 310.

     

    Please join Best Buddies as we will be having a pizza party and attending the Spring Musical on Friday.  You can come see any of the SPIRIT staff for your permission slip in room 171.  Permission slips and money are due no later than this Wednesday.

     

    Today is the last day to register your team for the Cultural Club volleyball tournament. Sign up at lunch or afterschool to reserve your spot! $5 per team member, $2 to attend. Come cheer on your friends Thursday, April 4th directly afterschool!

     

    There will be a HOSA Club meeting today directly after school in room 123. Hope to see you there!

     

    In Girls Exploring Math news, students have proposed a name change to Games and Explorations in Math since both boys and girls have been attending the meetings at both North and South.  All are welcome for our final meeting of the school year on Thursday, April 4th after school in Room 112.  Join Dr. DeWitt and her team from STAC for pizza, prizes, and fun activities!  We will be making ornaments in the shape of the normal curve, learning more about statistics, and you can take home your own puzzle/game and GEM t-shirt just for attending!  To sign up, email Mrs. Pritts or see her in Room 112.

     

    Attention Juniors:  Tickets for the Junior Ball are now on sale on My School Bucks.  If you plan to attend the Junior Ball, you must purchase your ticket online by April 8th!

     

    Do you like to dance but have no prior experience? The ABCD club might just be the right place for you. No audition is required. We accept all levels of experience. Join us today April 1st in the lower lobby by the tech rooms at 2:15. 

     

    Be Our Guest at Centerstage’s amazing production of Beauty and the Beast! Show times are this Friday (April 5th) at 8pm, this Saturday (April 6th) at 2pm and 8pm, and this Sunday (April 7th) at 2pm! The junior cast will perform in the first two shows, and the senior cast in the last two. Get your tickets now at cshs.booktix.com. You won’t want to miss this!

     

    Sports: 

     

    Any boys interested in playing volleyball next season please see Ms. Franco in room 123 for a list of open gym dates which will start today. Flyers are posted around school with details. 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

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  • Friday 3/29/19 - Day 5

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 3/29/2019

    Today’s quote for Women’s Awareness month will be read by Jolie Falcon-Santiago:

    This is a quote from Award-Winning Musician, Taylor Swift. She said, “There are going to be people along the way who will try to undercut your success...but if you just focus on the work and you don’t let those people sidetrack you, someday when you get where you’re going...you’ll know that it was you and the people who love you that put you there.”

    Attention students: As you walk in from the bus entrance be sure to look at your classes regents review sessions posted on the bulletin board. They are also posted online on our home page under SHS bulletins. The first sessions will be begin in mid-April.

    SENIORS - A $2500 scholarship opportunity is available through the Town of Clarkstown's Memorial Day Essay Contest.

    See your social studies teacher or Ms. Balducci for more information.  

    The essay submission deadline to the Supervisor's office is today.

     

    Cultural Club is hosting its annual Volleyball tournament. You can register during lunch periods or afterschool today!

     

    All IB Diploma candidates: Please send Mr. Jeffery another update on your CAS activity and your thoughts about your CAS activities.


    Mock trial is meeting today- see the schedule for all competition members. 

     

    ATTENTION SOPHOMORES:

    Each year the Clarkstown Sunrise Rotary selects one sophomore from South High School to attend a student leadership conference. The Rotary Youth Leadership Award Conference is for high school sophomores who have shown leadership potential in their home, school, and community. The conference is designed to introduce participants to thoughts and ideas, which, if utilized, will strengthen and develop their leadership skills. It also provides an environment where participants may discuss and exchange their ideas with other students from the Mid-Hudson Valley. The conference lasts five days, runs from June 29th-July 3rd, and is held on the campus of Mt. Saint Mary's College in Newburgh. Conference tuition, room & board are paid by the Clarkstown Sunrise Rotary. Applications can be obtained from Mr. Paul in Room 310.

     

    Hey students and staff:  Do you have pairs of shoes and sneakers that no longer bring you joy? Then help the Assets leadership Team and Youth About Business Nationally to collect at least 20,000 pairs of shoes for Ghana through the Student Leadership Team's venture called Shoes for Africa. Our goal for South High School would be 5,000 shoes or sneakers but any amount of shoes would help! 

    There will be a box outside the main office so please bring them in any day before March 31! See Rachel Chung or Ms. Solar with any questions!

     

    Save the Date: Sunday, March 31 from 11am to 3:30pm for the Engineering Expo at White Plains High School.  Learn about career opportunities in electrical, biochemical, mechanical, environmental and computer engineering.  Reps from over 40 leading colleges will be in attendance.  Discover aisles of interactive displays, exhibits and prizes. Check out BeAnEngineer.org for more details

     

    Please join Best Buddies as we will be having a pizza party and attending the Spring Musical on April 5th.  You can come see any of the SPIRIT staff for your permission slip in room 171.  Permission slips and money are due no later than April 3rd.

     

    There will be a HOSA Club meeting on Monday, April 1st, directly after school in room 123. Hope to see you there!

     

    In Girls Exploring Math news, students have proposed a name change to Games and Explorations in Math since both boys and girls have been attending the meetings at both North and South.  All are welcome for our final meeting of the school year next Thursday, April 4th after school in Room 112.  Join Dr. DeWitt and her team from STAC for pizza, prizes, and fun activities!  We will be making ornaments in the shape of the normal curve, learning more about statistics, and you can take home your own puzzle/game and GEM t-shirt just for attending!  To sign up, email Mrs. Pritts or see her in Room 112.

     

    Attention Juniors:  Tickets for the Junior Ball are now on sale on My School Bucks.  If you plan to attend the Junior Ball, you must purchase your ticket online by April 8th!

     

     

     

    Sports: 

     

    Any boys interested in playing volleyball next season please see Ms. Franco in room 123 for a list of open gym dates which will start on Monday, April 1st. Flyers are posted around school with details. 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

    Congratulations to the following Clarkstown South Bowlers for making

    the Rockland Journal News All-Stars:

    Boys:

    First Team All-County - Dominic DeLibertis  &   Michael O'Malley
    Second Team All-County - Daniel Fitzgerald

    Boys Coach of the Year - Christopher Frank, Clarkstown

    Girls:

    Second Team All County - Samantha McDermott & Shannon Murray

    Honorable Mention - Amanda Pivonka

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Thursday 3/28/19 - Day 4

    Posted by Patricia Rooney on 3/28/2019

    Today’s Women’s Awareness quote is being read by Iman Shahbaz:

    This quote is from famed astronaut and scientist Ellen Ochoa: “Being an astronaut is a wonderful career. I feel very privileged. But what I really hope for young people is that they find a career they’re passionate about, something that’s challenging and worthwhile.”

    Attention students: As you walk in from the bus entrance be sure to look at your classes regents review sessions posted on the bulletin board. The first sessions will be begin in mid-April.

    SENIORS - A $2500 scholarship opportunity is available through the Town of Clarkstown's Memorial Day Essay Contest.

    See your social studies teacher or Ms. Balducci for more information.  

    The essay submission deadline to the Supervisor's office is tomorrow.

     

    Cultural Club is hosting its annual Volleyball tournament. You can register during lunch periods or afterschool throughout this week!

     

    All IB Diploma candidates: Please send Mr. Jeffery another update on your CAS activity and your thoughts about your CAS activities.


    Mock trial will be meeting every day this week- see the schedule for all competition members. 

     

    ATTENTION SOPHOMORES:

    Each year the Clarkstown Sunrise Rotary selects one sophomore from South High School to attend a student leadership conference. The Rotary Youth Leadership Award Conference is for high school sophomores who have shown leadership potential in their home, school, and community. The conference is designed to introduce participants to thoughts and ideas, which, if utilized, will strengthen and develop their leadership skills. It also provides an environment where participants may discuss and exchange their ideas with other students from the Mid-Hudson Valley. The conference lasts five days, runs from June 29th-July 3rd, and is held on the campus of Mt. Saint Mary's College in Newburgh. Conference tuition, room & board are paid by the Clarkstown Sunrise Rotary. Applications can be obtained from Mr. Paul in Room 310.

     

    There will be an Arcadia meeting today immediately after school in room 335. 

     

    Hey students and staff:  Do you have pairs of shoes and sneakers that no longer bring you joy? Then help the Assets leadership Team and Youth About Business Nationally to collect at least 20,000 pairs of shoes for Ghana through the Student Leadership Team's venture called Shoes for Africa. Our goal for South High School would be 5,000 shoes or sneakers but any amount of shoes would help! 

    There will be a box outside the main office so please bring them in any day before March 31! See Rachel Chung or Ms. Solar with any questions!

     

    Save the Date: Sunday, March 31 from 11am to 3:30pm for the Engineering Expo at White Plains High School.  Learn about career opportunities in electrical, biochemical, mechanical, environmental and computer engineering.  Reps from over 40 leading colleges will be in attendance.  Discover aisles of interactive displays, exhibits and prizes. Check out BeAnEngineer.org for more details

     

    Please join Best Buddies as we will be having a pizza party and attending the Spring Musical on April 5th.  You can come see any of the SPIRIT staff for your permission slip in room 171.  Permission slips and money are due no later than April 3rd.

     

    There will be a HOSA Club meeting on Monday, April 1st, directly after school in room 123. Hope to see you there!

     

    In Girls Exploring Math news, students have proposed a name change to Games and Explorations in Math since both boys and girls have been attending the meetings at both North and South.  All are welcome for our final meeting of the school year next Thursday, April 4th after school in Room 112.  Join Dr. DeWitt and her team from STAC for pizza, prizes, and fun activities!  We will be making ornaments in the shape of the normal curve, learning more about statistics, and you can take home your own puzzle/game and GEM t-shirt just for attending!  To sign up, email Mrs. Pritts or see her in Room 112.

     

    Attention Juniors:  Tickets for the Junior Ball are now on sale on My School Bucks.  If you plan to attend the Junior Ball, you must purchase your ticket online by April 8th!

     

    Attention all hungry Vikings! Come on down to the GO store we have brand new Bacon Egg and Cheese Sandwiches with REAL BACON!  And come by for Lunch, where we will have new Cold Buffalo and Cold Chipotle Wraps; as well as more Buffalo Salads with Blue Cheese on the side!

     

     

    Sports: 

     

    Any boys interested in playing volleyball next season please see Ms. Franco in room 123 for a list of open gym dates which will start on April 1st. Flyers are posted around school with details. 

     

    Strength Training for all present and potential football players in the fitness center every Monday, Wednesday and Friday 2:30pm-3:30pm. Go Vikings!

     

     

     

    Remember to always work hard and be kind!

     

     

     

     

     

     

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