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  • Monday 10/23/17- Day 1

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 10/23/2017

    No students are permitted to stay after school unless they have a specific reason to do so such as extra help, a club meeting, homework center or an athletic obligation.    If you are waiting for an event to start or are done with your activity and are waiting for transportation home, you may not be in any part of the building except the lobby.  No student should be in the building after 2 unless supervised for your own safety.

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Years’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .  The deadline is November 20.

     

    Calling all girls interested in math, Dr. DeWitt and her team from STAC will be back this year for "Girls Exploring Math" after school in Room 112 on Thursday, November 2nd.  Come join us for some food, prizes, and fun activities while learning more about math. For more information or to register, email Mrs. Pritts or see her in Room 112. Don't miss out!

    The USO club is off to a great start!  Our next meeting will be today in Room 306 at 2:10.  All are welcome!

    The Academic League will begin practice on Wednesday Oct. 25th. Room 150 at 2:10 pm.

    The Robotics club is having a meeting this Tuesday...not Thursday. Captain positions will be announced during the meeting.

     

    Those students attending the senior luncheon must be in school on early release day Wednesday.

     

    Attention Writopia students:  The next meeting of Writopia will be Thursday, October 26th in the upstairs library at the usual time.

    Calling all artists, photographers and writers!
    Arcadia is South's art and literary magazine, and Ms. DiSavino and Mr. Sandomir will host the next meeting for members old and new on Thursday, October 26th.
    Join us in room 221 at 2:01 THURSDAY to learn more about how you can contribute to the publication of Arcadia 2018. 

    South Model UN members: join us tomorrow, 10/24, at 2:05 in Room 301 to begin research and prepare for upcoming simulations!

    Get your team and sign up to play in the Cultural Club Volleyball Tournament in the lobby during lunch periods this week!  The tournament will be next Friday, Nov. 3 after school.

     

    Hey all Vikings!  Puerto Rico needs our help, and we are going to help!!  South Deca will be leading a supply drive for families in Puerto Rico whose lives have been devastated by the recent hurricane. Deca will be building walls of water in different locations around the building!  Please donate cases of water plus any of the following supplies: Batteries, feminine products, and diapers, baby wipes and flashlights. We will be collecting supplies in each of the floor offices, the main office, or the Viking Store!  Bring your water donation to the Viking Store.  Please help us make a real difference and fill a truck!!!

    The drive will continue until Friday. Please donate items today to help families in Puerto Rico!  Thanks for being a great South family!

     

    Attention Students!  Are you interested in being a part of Best Buddies?  Best Buddies is a club where SPIRIT students get together to have fun and we'd love for you to be there.  Our first trip is Monday, 10/30, at New City Bowl from 3:00- 4:30 PM.  If you are interested in joining us, please see Mr. Login or Mrs. Steinberg in room 171.  Money and permission slips MUST be handed in by Friday, 10/27.

     

    Clarkstown will visit a school in Osaka and travel around Kyoto, Hiroshima, Tokyo and many more places in June 2018. If you are interested in this trip, please contact Mrs. Uchiyama via email and attend the informational meeting on Thursday, Nov 16th at 6:30PM at North HS Room 239.

     

    There will be an ASL club meeting this afternoon right after school in rm. 224. 

     

    Come on over to Room 225 during extended homeroom Tuesday for the new club South Fights Hunger! It’s a great way to make new friends and get community service while helping our community.

     

    Mr. Wedvik is pleased to announce the

    The Royal Mole Court

    2017-2018

     Mole King:  Matt Lucido, Mole Queen: Tara Patale, Mole Prince: JP Lamia,

    Mole Princess: Sara Ferraro, Mole Jester:  Lazar Andjelic

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

    Winter Sports begin November 6th and 13th.

    The online winter sport signup link is now on the schools homepage.  Only a parent or legal guardian may complete the form.  Students can check with the nurse to see if their physical is up to date.

     

    Anyone who is interested in being part of the fencing team please come to the mandatory meeting this Thursday, 10/26 at 2:15 in the cafeteria.

     

     

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  • Friday 10/20/17-Day 6

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 10/20/2017

    Attention Seniors: You may turn in your Senior luncheon ticket money and permission slip to a table in the lobby during lunch periods 4, 5, and 6 today.

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Years’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .  The deadline is November 20.

     

    Calling all girls interested in math, Dr. DeWitt and her team from STAC will be back this year for "Girls Exploring Math" after school in Room 112 on Thursday, November 2nd.  Come join us for some food, prizes, and fun activities while learning more about math. For more information or to register, email Mrs. Pritts or see her in Room 112. Don't miss out!

    The Radio club will be meeting today in the TV studio.

    The USO club is off to a great start!  Our next meeting will be Monday 10/23 in Room 306 at 2:10.  All are welcome!

    The Academic League will begin practice next Wednesday Oct. 25th. Room 150 at 2:10 pm.

    Attention Writopia students:  The next meeting of Writopia will be moved to Thursday, October 26th in the upstairs library at the usual time.

    Calling all artists, photographers and writers!
    Arcadia is South's art and literary magazine, and Ms. DiSavino and Mr. Sandomir will host the next meeting for members old and new on Thursday, October 26th.
    Join us in room 221 at 2:01 NEXT THURSDAY to learn more about how you can contribute to the publication of Arcadia 2018. 

    Hey all Vikings!  Puerto Rico needs our help, and we are going to help!!  South Deca will be leading a supply drive for families in Puerto Rico whose lives have been devastated by the recent hurricane. Deca will be building walls of water in different locations around the building!  Please donate cases of water plus any of the following supplies: Batteries, feminine products, and diapers, baby wipes and flashlights. We will be collecting supplies in each of the floor offices, the main office, or the Viking Store!  Bring your water donation to the Viking Store.  Please help us make a real difference and fill a truck!!!

    The drive will continue until next Friday. Please donate items today to help families in Puerto Rico!  Thanks for being a great South family!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

    Winter Sports begin November 6th and 13th.

    The online winter sport signup link is now on the schools homepage.  Only a parent or legal guardian may complete the form.  Students can check with the nurse to see if their physical is up to date.

     

    The Lady Vikings Volleyball team extended their winning streak to three games beating Clarkstown North Lady Rams 3-2. The Vikings were led by Tamara Pichardo's 18 kills. South's season finale is Monday against the Lady Mounties of Suffern.

     

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  • Thursday 10/19/17-Day 5

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 10/19/2017

    Attention Seniors: You may turn in your Senior luncheon ticket money and permission slip to a table in the lobby during lunch periods 4, 5, and 6 today and tomorrow.

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Years’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .  The deadline is November 20.

     

    Do you love helping others?  You can get involved in helping others in our community by joining South's Interact Club, which has many community service opportunities available to its members.  Our first informational meeting will be tomorrow after school in room 110, which is the classroom next to the Planetarium.  Hope to see all you community-minded Vikings there! 

     

    For those wishing to be a host family for the visiting Japanese students, the application is due today.  Please be sure to bring the sheet to your WL teacher or Mrs. Uchiyama in room 202.

    The Robotics Club is having a meeting today after school. Make sure to fill out the captain applications online if you're applying. Decisions will be announced during the meeting.

    Calling all girls interested in math, Dr. DeWitt and her team from STAC will be back this year for "Girls Exploring Math" after school in Room 112 on Thursday, November 2nd.  Come join us for some food, prizes, and fun activities while learning more about math. For more information or to register, email Mrs. Pritts or see her in Room 112. Don't miss out!

    If you missed the first Assets leadership meeting, you do not want to miss the next one, which is today right after school in rm. 205! Events already planned for this year are the HappyJack 5k, Puptoberfest, the Hip Hop Showcase, Kindness Day and so much more! Come to the meeting this week and get involved!

    The TV club will be meeting today in the TV studio.

    The Radio club will be meeting tomorrow in the TV studio.

    The USO club is off to a great start!  Our next meeting will be Monday 10/23 in Room 306 at 2:10.  All are welcome!

    The Academic League will begin practice next Wednesday Oct. 25th. Room 150 at 2:10 pm.

    There will be a robotics club meeting today after school in room 321.

    Hey all Vikings!  Puerto Rico needs our help, and we are going to help!!  South Deca will be leading a supply drive for families in Puerto Rico whose lives have been devastated by the recent hurricane. Deca will be building walls of water in different locations around the building!  Please donate cases of water plus any of the following supplies: Batteries, feminine products, and diapers, baby wipes and flashlights. We will be collecting supplies in each of the floor offices, the main office, or the Viking Store!  Bring your water donation to the Viking Store.  Please help us make a real difference and fill a truck!!!

    The drive will continue until next Friday. Please donate items today to help families in Puerto Rico!  Thanks for being a great South family!

     

    Congratulations to Anthony Pallatta, Anthony Oliva and Liam Tracey for being named Boces students of the month.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

    Winter Sports begin November 6th and 13th.

    The online winter sport signup link is now on the schools homepage.  Only a parent or legal guardian may complete the form.  Students can check with the nurse to see if their physical is up to date.

    Girls open gym is 6-8 today, Thursday. Meet on the track with sneakers on at 6pm!

     

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  • Wednesday 10/18/17-Day 4

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 10/18/2017

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Years’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .  The deadline is November 20.

     

    It's business time!!! Are you ready to build your future and make lifelong memories? Are you ready to compete on the state and national level? Then DECA is the club for you! Our first informational meeting is today in Cafeteria 103-104 right after school.   We will have free pizza for all who attend, so see you there!  That's Cafeteria 103-104 at 2:05.  Get into business, get your DECA on! 

     

    GUESS WHAT’S HAPPENING today?

    ART CLUB!  Right after school in room 340. All are welcome to join.

     

    Do you love helping others?  You can get involved in helping others in our community by joining South's Interact Club, which has many community service opportunities available to its members.  Our first informational meeting will be tomorrow after school in room 110, which is the classroom next to the Planetarium.  Hope to see all you community-minded Vikings there! 

     

    For those wishing to be a host family for the visiting Japanese students, the application is due tomorrow.  Please be sure to bring the sheet to your WL teacher or Mrs. Uchiyama in room 202.

    Mock Trial will be meeting today in Rm. 333. Get ready to object! 

    The Robotics Club is having a meeting tomorrow after school. Make sure to fill out the captain applications online if you're applying. Decisions will be announced during the meeting.

    Calling all girls interested in math, Dr. DeWitt and her team from STAC will be back this year for "Girls Exploring Math" after school in Room 112 on Thursday, November 2nd.  Come join us for some food, prizes, and fun activities while learning more about math. For more information or to register, email Mrs. Pritts or see her in Room 112. Don't miss out!

    If you missed the first Assets leadership meeting, you do not want to miss the next one, which is tomorrow right after school in rm. 205! Events already planned for this year are the HappyJack 5k, Puptoberfest, the hip hop showcase, kindness day and so much more! Come to the meeting this week and get involved!

    The TV club will be meeting tomorrow in the TV studio.

    The Radio club will be meeting on Friday in the TV studio.

    The USO club is off to a great start!  Our next meeting will be Monday 10/23 in Room 306 at 2:10.  All are welcome!

    The Academic League will begin practice next Wednesday Oct. 25th. Room 150 at 2:10 pm.

    There will be no homework center today.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

    Winter Sports begin November 6th and 13th.

    The online winter sport signup link is now on the schools homepage.  Only a parent or legal guardian may complete the form.  Students can check with the nurse to see if their physical is up to date.

    If you are planning on playing ice hockey you need to bring your helmet into the athletic office today to be certified.  You will need your name in the helmet in magic marker.

    There will be open gym for Girls Basketball tomorrow from 7-9pm. All girls are welcomed to attend.

    The Lady Vikings Volleyball team defeated RC Ketcham last night. Sophomore Jessica Tran led the Vikings with a career high 13 kills in the match. Next up are the Lady Rams at Clarkstown North HS Thursday afternoon.

    JV Girls Soccer defeated East Ramapo yesterday 7-0.  Emma Glynn and Isabel Haime each had 2 goals.  Shannon Ratchford, Izzy Wagner and Kelly Bolton each had 1.  Devin Sia, Fanoula Tee and Noreen Hofving combined for the shutout.

     

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  • Tuesday 10/17/17-Day 3

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 10/17/2017

    College Tables are in the lobby period 2 today.

    Senior classes are invited to visit the tables from 8:10 to 8:30 and junior classes are invited to attend from 8:35 to 8:55.

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Years’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .  The deadline is November 20.

     

    It's business time!!! Are you ready to build your future and make lifelong memories? Are you ready to compete on the state and national level? Then DECA is the club for you! Our first informational meeting is tomorrow, in Cafeteria 103-104 right after school.   We will have free pizza for all who attend, so see you there!  That's Wednesday, the 18th in Cafeteria 103-104 at 2:05.  Get into business, get your DECA on! 

     

    GUESS WHAT’S HAPPENING tomorrow?

    ART CLUB!  Right after school in room 340. All are welcome to join.

     

    Do you love helping others?  You can get involved in helping others in our community by joining South's Interact Club, which has many community service opportunities available to its members.  Our first informational meeting will be on Thursday, October 19th after school in room 110, which is the classroom next to the Planetarium.  Hope to see all you community-minded Vikings there! 

     

    South Model UN members: join us at 2:05 in Room 301 to take a look at the International Court of Justice! See you there!

    For those wishing to be a host family for the visiting Japanese students, the application is due this Thursday.  Please be sure to bring the sheet to your WL teacher or Mrs. Uchiyama in room 202.

    Attention students:

    The GSTA will be meeting in Ms. Seery's room 321A today during extended homeroom. Please be on time if you wish to participate in elections.

    Mock Trial will be having their second meeting this Wednesday in room 333.

    The Robotics Club is having a meeting Thursday after school. Make sure to fill out the captain applications online if you're applying. Decisions will be announced during the meeting.

    Calling all girls interested in math, Dr. DeWitt and her team from STAC will be back this year for "Girls Exploring Math" after school in Room 112 on Thursday, November 2nd.  Come join us for some food, prizes, and fun activities while learning more about math. For more information or to register, email Mrs. Pritts or see her in Room 112. Don't miss out!

    If you missed the first Assets leadership meeting, you do not want to miss the next one, which is this Thursday, Oct. 19 right after school in rm. 205! Events already planned for this year are the HappyJack 5k, puptoberfest, the hip hop showcase, kindness day and so much more! Come to the meeting this week and get involved!

    The TV club will be meeting on Thursday in the TV studio.

    The Radio club will be meeting on Friday in the TV studio.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

     

    For a short time only while supplies last, come down to the athletic office after school to purchase your Gatorade shakes and bars for only $1.

    If you are planning on playing ice hockey you need to bring your helmet into the athletic office by tomorrow to be certified.  You will need your name in the helmet in magic marker.

    There will be open gym for Girls Basketball on Tuesday and Thursday from 7-9pm. All girls are welcomed to attend.

    Congratulations to The Boys Varsity Volleyball team on their win against North yesterday. 

     

     

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  • Monday 10/16/17-Day 2

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 10/16/2017

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Years’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .  The deadline is November 20.

    Do you want to do more to honor our Veterans?  If so, join the USO club!  Our 1st meeting will @ 2:10 in Room 306!

    Attention: The inaugural meeting of the Hiking Club has been changed to today after school in room 208.  

     

    It's business time!!! Are you ready to build your future and make lifelong memories? Are you ready to compete on the state and national level? Then DECA is the club for you! Our first informational meeting is Wednesday, October 18th, in Cafeteria 103-104 right after school.   We will have free pizza for all who attend, so see you there!  That's Wednesday, the 18th in Cafeteria 103-104 at 2:05.  Get into business, get your DECA on! 

     

    GUESS WHAT’S HAPPENING on WED. the 18th?

    ART CLUB!  right after school in room 340. All are welcome to join.

     

    Do you love helping others?  You can get involved in helping others in our community by joining South's Interact Club, which has many community service opportunities available to its members.  Our first informational meeting will be on Thursday, October 19th after school in room 110, which is the classroom next to the Planetarium.  Hope to see all you community-minded Vikings there! 

     

    South Model UN members: join us tomorrow, 10/17, at 2:05 in Room 301 to take a look at the International Court of Justice! See you there!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

    Clarkstown South Field Hockey defeated Albertus 4-0 on Saturday.  South got goals from 

    Aine Keaney, Tara Kotten, Grace Dempsey, and Taylor Moore.  Tierney Clark recorded the shutout in goal, assisted by a defensive save by Grace Dempsey.

     

    If you are planning on playing ice hockey you need to bring your helmet into the athletic office by Wednesday, 10/18 to be certified.  You will need your name in the helmet in magic marker.

     

    For a short time only while supplies last, come down to the athletic office after school to purchase your Gatorade shakes and bars for only $1.

     

     

     

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  • Friday 10/13/17-Day 1

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 10/13/2017

    The Viking Store is open~  It is THE place to stop by!   We have bagels and hot sandwiches for breakfast!  We have wraps and salads for lunch!  And, we have fruit roll ups and all kinds of snacks and drinks, school supplies, and good music. Come down for good times, and even better food.  Come to the grand opening of the Viking Store today!!!  You need to be there!

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Years’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

    Do you want to do more to honor our Veterans?  If so, join the USO club!  Our 1st meeting will be on Monday Oct.16th @ 2:10 in Room 306!

    Are you interested in hiking?  Have a love of the outdoors?  Looking to meet like-minded students?  Well, come to the inaugural meeting of the Hiking Club.  It is on Tuesday, October 17th after school in room 208.  See you there! 

     

    It's business time!!! Are you ready to build your future and make lifelong memories? Are you ready to compete on the state and national level? Then DECA is the club for you! Our first informational meeting is Wednesday, October 18th, in Cafeteria 103-104 right after school.   We will have free pizza for all who attend, so see you there!  That's Wednesday, the 18th in Cafeteria 103-104 at 2:05.  Get into business, get your DECA on! 

     

    GUESS WHAT’S HAPPENING on WED. the 18th?

    ART CLUB!  right after school in room 340. All are welcome to join.

     

    Do you love helping others?  You can get involved in helping others in our community by joining South's Interact Club, which has many community service opportunities available to its members.  Our first informational meeting will be on Thursday, October 19th after school in room 110, which is the classroom next to the Planetarium.  Hope to see all you community-minded Vikings there! 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Thursday 10/12/17-Day 6

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 10/12/2017

    Seniors: the Providence College Representative will be in our lobby during 5th period lunch today.  If any students are interested in speaking to the representative please visit with him in the lobby during 5th period lunch.

     

    The Viking Store opens tomorrowthis Friday! ~  It is THE place to stop by!   We have bagels and hot sandwiches for breakfast!  We have wraps and salads for lunch!  And, we have fruit roll ups and all kinds of snacks and drinks, school supplies, and good music. Come down for good times, and even better food.  Come to the grand opening of the Viking Store tomorrow!!!  You need to be there!

     

    The Radio and TV Club will be meeting after school in the TV studio.

     

    Our collection for Puerto Rico is ending at 11am today.  Please bring your donations to any of the floor offices.

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Years’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

    Do you want to do more to honor our Veterans?  If so, join the USO club!  Our 1st meeting will be on Monday Oct.16th @ 2:10 in Room 306!

    Attention all Viking Voice writers: the next meeting of the school paper will be held today after school in room 206.

    We are finalizing the assignments for the first publication of this year’s Viking Voice after school in room 206.

     

    Are you interested in hiking?  Have a love of the outdoors?  Looking to meet like-minded students?  Well, come to the inaugural meeting of the Hiking Club, Tuesday October 17th after school in room 208.  See you there! 

     

    Mock Trial's general interest meeting will be today at 2:10 in the Upper Library after school. 

     

    It's business time!!! Are you ready to build your future and make lifelong memories? Are you ready to compete on the state and national level? Then DECA is the club for you! Our first informational meeting is Wednesday, October 18th, in Cafeteria 103-104 right after school.   We will have free pizza for all who attend, so see you there!  That's Wednesday, the 18th in Cafeteria 103-104 at 2:05.  Get into business, get your DECA on! 

     

    Don't forget tomorrow is PINK OUT! Shirts will be on sale today during lunch periods. 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

    The JV Field Hockey team beat Nyack yesterday 2-1. Riley Stush and Erin Bacalles scored for the Lady Vikings. Goalie Rosie Tramm had two saves and Emma Gerlach had one.

     

     

     

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  • Wednesday 10/11/17-Day 5

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 10/11/2017

    Any one testing for the SAT or ACT who has accommodations, the list will be available in the Special Education office.

     

    South HS will be participating in Hurricane Relief for Puerto Rico.  Together with North HS we are hoping to fill a bus and make a difference.  Please donate the following items:

    1. batteries
    2. flashlights
    3. portable lanterns
    4. diapers
    5. baby wipes
    6. cases of water (6 packs are fine - no individual bottles) 
    7. feminine hygiene products.

    We will be collecting donations:

    Monday, October 2nd- Thursday, October 12th (until 11am)

    *Boxes will be available in all the Floor Offices*

    Items will be delivered to The Empire State Relief and Recovery Effort for Puerto Rico working in conjunction with Senator Carlucci’s office.

    “One person at a time, one day at a time, and one project at a time, you can make a difference that will leave a lasting impact on the world.”

     

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Years’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

     Do you want to do more to honor our Veterans?  If so, join the USO club!  Our 1st meeting will be on Monday Oct.16th @ 2:10 in Room 306!

    Attention Writopia Students: Please be aware that our first Writopia meeting will be at 2:10 in the upstairs library. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Harrigan in the English office.

    Attention all Viking Voice writers: the next meeting of the school paper will be held this Thursday, October 12th, after school in room 206.

    We are finalizing the assignments for the first publication of this year’s Viking Voice on Thursday after school in room 206.

     

     Are you interested in hiking?  Have a love of the outdoors?  Looking to meet like-minded students?  Well, come to the inaugural meeting of the Hiking Club.  Next Tuesday, October 17th after school in room 208.  See you there! 

     

    Mock Trial's first meeting will be this Thursday Oct. 12th in the Upper Library at 2:10.

     

    It's business time!!! Are you ready to build your future and make lifelong memories? Are you ready to compete on the state and national level? Then DECA is the club for you! Our first informational meeting is Wednesday, October 18th, in Cafeteria 103-104 right after school.   We will have free pizza for all who attend, so see you there!  That's Wednesday, the 18th in Cafeteria 103-104 at 2:05.  Get into business, get your DECA on!  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

    Girls Basketball open gym is today from 6-8 pm.

     

     

     

     

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  • Tuesday 10/10/17-Day 4

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 10/10/2017

    College Tables are in the lobby period 2 today.

    Senior classes are invited to visit the tables from 8:10 to 8:30 and junior classes are invited to attend from 8:35 to 8:55. 

     

    Any one testing for SAT or ACT who has accommodations, the list will be available after 7th period in the Special Education office, rm. 310.

     

    Tomorrow South will be following a special early dismissal schedule to accommodate testing for the PSATs and the Practice ACTs. As a result, students will be going to different areas throughout the day. 

     

    Freshmen - Please report to the auditorium at 7:25 for a presentation. Also, check outside the second floor office to see which room you will be assigned to go to after the auditorium presentation.  

     

    Sophomores - Please look outside the third floor office for your room assignment for the practice ACT. Report to your testing room by 7:25 a.m.

     

    Juniors - Please look outside the second floor office for your room assignment for the PSAT. Report to your testing room by 7:25 a.m.

     

    Seniors - Please look outside the first floor office to see your assigned room for your college application day activities which begin at 7:25 a.m.

     

    All lists will be posted by 5th period today.

     

    Morning Boces Students - All Juniors should report to South for the PSAT. Seniors should go to Boces for the morning session.

     

    Afternoon Boces Students - All afternoon Boces students are expected to attend Boces.

     

    South HS will be participating in Hurricane Relief for Puerto Rico.  Together with North HS we are hoping to fill a bus and make a difference.  Please donate the following items:

    1. batteries
    2. flashlights
    3. portable lanterns
    4. diapers
    5. baby wipes
    6. cases of water (6 packs are fine - no individual bottles) 
    7. feminine hygiene products.

    We will be collecting donations:

    Monday, October 2nd- Thursday, October 12th (until 11am)

    *Boxes will be available in all the Floor Offices*

    Items will be delivered to The Empire State Relief and Recovery Effort for Puerto Rico working in conjunction with Senator Carlucci’s office.

    “One person at a time, one day at a time, and one project at a time, you can make a difference that will leave a lasting impact on the world.”

     

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Years’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

     The school doctor visit on 10/11 has been postponed, and a new date will be announced.

    Do you want to do more to honor our Veterans?  If so, join the USO club!  Our 1st meeting will be on Monday Oct.16th @ 2:10 in Room 306!

    Attention Writopia Students: Please be aware that our first Writopia meeting will be tomorrow at 2:10 in the upstairs library. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Harrigan in the English office.

    Attention all Viking Voice writers: the next meeting of the school paper will be held this Thursday, October 12th, after school in room 206.

    We are finalizing the assignments for the first publication of this year’s Viking Voice on Thursday after school in room 206.

     

     Are you interested in hiking?  Have a love of the outdoors?  Looking to meet like-minded students?  Well, come to the inaugural meeting of the Hiking Club.  Next Tuesday, October 17th after school in room 208.  See you there!  

    The crochet club will be meeting today after school in Ms. Solar's office.

    South Model UN members: join us today at 2:05 in Room 301 to wrap up our Security Council discussion! See you there.

    ALL seniors and their brothers and sisters who need their Yearbook sibling picture taken:  please report to the lobby at this time. 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

    Girls Basketball open gym is tomorrow from 5-7pm.

    On Saturday, the Boys JV Soccer team beat Ketcham 2-0.  Liam Heanue scored both goals for the Vikings.  The first was scored off of a cross from Cary Karcher.  The second was scored off a through ball from Julian Ferriera.  Goalie Brendan McDonough kept the Vikings from getting scored on with the help of his defenders, Hamza El Ousrouti, Sean Kirby, Nick Gorglione and Peter Moger.  The Vikings take on Spring Valley tomorrow at 4:00.

    The Clarkstown South JV Football Team defeated Clarkstown North Saturday morning 34-6.  Stephen Kuriscko, Ryan Smith, Andrew Paul, Paxton Myers and Dylan Creegan all scored a touchdown each.  The defense was led by John and Mark Maraia who put constant pressure on the offense along with Ryan Kalinowski who added a pair of sacks.

    Congratulations to the Lady Viking Tennis Team for posting a 5-2 victory over Pearl River on Friday. Winning for South were:

    Nikita Joseph

    Natalie Karagolian

    Anna Bernasconi

    Natalie Mastalerz

    Nicole Svantner

    Samantha Svantner

    Hannah Kim and

    Jen Saloutenko

    Great job girls!

     

    Congrats to our Varsity Football team for defeating North HS for the Supervisor’s cup on Friday! Kudos to Coach Scarpelli for being named Lohud’s Coach of the week.

     

     

     

     

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  • Friday 10/6/17- Day 3

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 10/6/2017

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Years’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

    October 11th, the school doctor has been postponed, new date to be announced.

    Attention Writopia Students: Please be aware that our first Writopia meeting has been moved to Wednesday, October 11th at 2:10 in the upstairs library. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Harrigan in the English office.

     Calling all Vikings .... Our pink out date is set for next Friday Oct.13th. Don't forget to get your pink gear in the lobby today during lunch periods!

    Lights, Camera, Action! The TV Club will be meeting today after school in the TV Studio.

    The Radio Club will be meeting today after school in the TV Studio. 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

    Girls Basketball Open gym is on Wednesday Oct. 11 from 5-7pm.

    The JV Field Hockey team beat visiting North Rockland 4-0 yesterday. Claire Bowman had two goals, Katie Kelly had one goal, Isabella O'Hara scored one goal off a penalty stroke in the first half, and Erin Bacalles had two assists. Helping lead the Lady Vikings were the defensive end, supported by Marina Alex, Christine Mathew, Gina Miele, Jennie Degiorgio, Sabrina Feteira, and Olivia Nigro. They created a wall which made it hard for North Rockland to break through. Goalie Rosie Tramm had three saves.

    Clarkstown South defeated North Rockland 5-2 last night in a Varsity Field Hockey contest.  South got two goals from Annie O'Neill and one each from Shannon Breyfogle, Morgan Hoffman, and Abby Redmond.  Assists by Miranda Linehan, Lauryn Hughes, Grace Dempsey and LIz Lafasciano.  Katelyn Hughes had 7 saves and Tierney Clark added one.

    Also, as part of the campaign at Clarkstown North to fill a school bus with needed items for Puerto Rico, the South team filled the back of Coach Turner's car with goods to be delivered to aid our fellow citizens on the devastated island. 

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  • Thursday 10/5/17-Day 2

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 10/5/2017

    This is a very Important Announcement:  Any one still wishing to buy a homecoming dance ticket must report to the 2nd floor office and see Ms. Rauzi immediately.  This is your last chance to purchase a ticket, after homeroom today no more requests will be accepted.

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Year’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

    South will have 23 high school students visiting from Japan on Nov 3rd.  Mrs. Uchiyama, Japanese teacher, is looking for students who can host one or two students from Nov 3rd to Nov 5th.  This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new language and culture, and moreover, you can obtain service hour credits towards NHS, IB CAS or World Language Honor Society.  If you and your family are interested in hosting a Japanese student, please email Mrs. Uchiyama at auchiyama@ccsd.edu.

     Cultural Club's first meeting is today right after school in room 230.

    The school doctor will be here Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 3pm.  You need to sign up for the exam in the nurse’s office.  Please arrange your own transportation home.  This exam will meet the physical requirements for all sports in the 2017-2018 school year.  Winter sports begin 11/6/17.

    Attention Writopia Students:

    Please be aware that our first Writopia meeting has been moved to Wednesday, October 11th at 2:10 in the upstairs library. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Harrigan in the English office.

     

    So do you want to be a lawyer? Do you like to Debate? Then Mock Trial is the club for you! Our general interest meeting will be held at 2:05 Thursday October 12 in the upper library. 

    Calling all Vikings .... Our pink out date is set for next Friday Oct.13th. Don't forget to get your pink gear in the lobby today and Friday during lunch periods!


    The Robotics club is having a meeting after school tomorrow in room 321. Please think of what role you would like to have before coming.

    The Assets Leadership Club will have its first meeting today at 2:10 in rm. 205. This is an awesome and exciting club that focuses on helping ourselves, the school and the community. Come to the meeting for information and to join!! See Ms. Solar with any questions.

    The Green man has returned to South! Do you even know what that means?! Garden club is back in session! Come by room 120 today for more info!

    Lights, Camera, Action! The TV Club will be meeting tomorrow after school in the TV Studio. The Radio Club will be meeting Friday after school in the TV Studio. 

    Attention Seniors:  The College Application Help Center will be open after school today from 2pm-3pm in the Upper Library.  Counselors will be available to help you with your college applications, and answer any questions you have related to the college application process.                                                                               

           

     

     

     

     Sports:

      

    There will be a Basketball Open Gym for all girls today from 7:00-8:30pm.

    JV Girls Soccer defeated East Ramapo 8-0 yesterday.

    Emma Glynn scored 3 goals, Emily Connolly scored 2.  Gianna Vignola, Cora Carbin and Shannon Ratchford each scored 1.  Fanoula Tee and Lauren Fein combined for the shutout in goal. 

     

     


     

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  • Wednesday 10/4/17-Day 1

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 10/4/2017

    Tonight is Clarkstown High School South’s Homecoming Football Pep Rally. Students and parents are invited to attend this annual event that for the first time will be held on South’s football field. Since the pep rally is a school event, students are expected to demonstrate appropriate and safe behavior, and South’s Code of Conduct will be enforced. Only those students participating in the event, South’s football players, cheerleaders, and dance team, are permitted to enter the track and field area. Any student who chooses to enter the field area at any time during the event, especially when the event ends, will face disciplinary consequences.

    Our goal is to provide a safe and enjoyable evening for all participants celebrating our school spirit and pride.

    Thank you for your assistance in promoting a safe evening for all.

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Year’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

    South will have 23 high school students visiting from Japan on Nov 3rd.  Mrs. Uchiyama, Japanese teacher, is looking for students who can host one or two students from Nov 3rd to Nov 5th.  This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new language and culture, and moreover, you can obtain service hour credits towards NHS, IB CAS or World Language Honor Society.  If you and your family are interested in hosting a Japanese student, please email Mrs. Uchiyama at auchiyama@ccsd.edu.

     Cultural Club's first meeting is tomorrow right after school in room 230.

    The school doctor will be here Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 3pm.  You need to sign up for the exam in the nurse’s office.  Please arrange your own transportation home.  This exam will meet the physical requirements for all sports in the 2017-2018 school year.  Winter sports begin 11/6/17.

    Attention ART club officers!

    At 2:00 pm today there will be a mandatory officer's meeting in room 340.  

     

    There will be a Centerstage meeting today after school in the auditorium. We'll be discussing our upcoming fundraisers and workshops. All are welcome to attend!  

     

    Attention Writopia Students:

    Please be aware that our first Writopia meeting has been moved to Wednesday, October 11th at 2:10 in the upstairs library. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Harrigan in the English office.

     

    So do you want to be a lawyer? Do you like to Debate? Then Mock Trial is the club for you! Our general interest meeting will be held at 2:05 tomorrow in the upper library. 

    Calling all Vikings .... Our pink out date is set for next Friday Oct.13th. Don't forget to get your pink gear in the lobby tomorrow and Friday during lunch periods!


    The Robotics club is having a meeting after school Thursday in room 321. Please think of what role you would like to have before coming.

    The Assets Leadership Club will have its first meeting tomorrow at 2:10 in rm. 205. This is an awesome and exciting club that focuses on helping ourselves, the school and the community. Come to the meeting for information and to join!! See Ms. Solar with any questions.

    The Green man has returned to South! Do you even know what that means?! Garden club is back in session! Come by room 120 today and tomorrow for more info!

    Lights, Camera, Action! The TV Club will be meeting Thursday after school in the TV Studio. The Radio Club will be meeting Friday after school in the TV Studio.    

           

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

     

     

    There will be a Basketball Open Gym for all girls tomorrow from 7:00-8:30pm.

    The Lady Vikings Volleyball team defeated Clarkstown North last night 3-1. The Vikings were led by Sara Ferraro's 17 assists, 6 kills, and 20 digs, Tamara Pichardo's 11 kills and 2 aces, and Kaitlyn Devine's 8 aces and 18 digs. Next up are the lady Mounties on Thursday at Suffern HS.

     

    Congratulations to the Boys and Girls Cross Country teams on defeating Clarkstown North yesterday. The boys were led by Senior Jack Kantor, who placed 2nd overall. Robert Mawangi, Jarius Thomas, Julian Saavedra, and Josh Tyles went 3rd through 6th to solidify the win. Our Vikings won 41-20.  With the championship part of the season coming up, the Boys final record is 9-5. On the Girls side Skylar Moreno was the winner, followed by Keara Kotten, Maura Finnegan, and Gina Ruotolo who went 2 through  4 to ensure the Viking sweep. The final score was 44-17. The Girls season record is 5-2.

     


     

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  • Tuesday 10/3/17-Day 6

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 10/3/2017

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Year’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

    South will have 23 high school students visiting from Japan on Nov 3rd.  Mrs. Uchiyama, Japanese teacher, is looking for students who can host one or two students from Nov 3rd to Nov 5th.  This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new language and culture, and moreover, you can obtain service hour credits towards NHS, IB CAS or World Language Honor Society.  If you and your family are interested in hosting a Japanese student, please email Mrs. Uchiyama at auchiyama@ccsd.edu.

    Are you interested in working with SPIRIT students?  Join the Strive 4 Spirit Club.  Our first meeting will be today in room 230.

     

    Please note that there is a correction for Cultural Club's first meeting.  It will NOT be Wed, Oct.11; instead it will be on Thursday, October 5 right after school in room 230.

     

    The school doctor will be here Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 3pm.  You need to sign up for the exam in the nurse’s office.  Please arrange your own transportation home.  This exam will meet the physical requirements for all sports in the 2017-2018 school year.  Winter sports begin 11/6/17.

    If you love global politics and want to meet peers with similar interests? Then Model UN is the club for you! Join us today at 2:05 in Room 301 to learn more about the UN. See you there!

    Attention ART club officers!

    At 2:00 pm tomorrow there will be a mandatory officer's meeting in room 340.    Mark your calendar.

     

    Hey do you love Animé?  Manga?  Can't choose between your favorite characters in Yuri on Ice or Naruto?  If so, the Animé Club is just the place for you!  Join us today in Room 307 from 2-3pm for the first club meeting of the year!    If you can't make it but want to know more about the club, see Ms. Weber in Room 307. 

     

    There will be a Centerstage meeting tomorrow after school in the auditorium. We'll be discussing our upcoming fundraisers and workshops. All are welcome to attend!  

     

    Do you want to help raise money for people and families facing serious illness?  Join Youth for Hospice!  First meeting is today at 2:05 in Cafeteria 101/102.

     

    Attention Writopia Students:

    Please be aware that our first Writopia meeting has been moved to Wednesday, October 11th at 2:10 in the upstairs library. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Harrigan in the English office.

     

    Do you love global politics and want to meet peers with similar interests? Then Model UN is the club for you! Join us today at 2:05 in Room 301 to learn more about the UN. See you there!

    So do you want to be a lawyer? Do you like to Debate? Then Mock Trial is the club for you! Our general interest meeting will be held at 2:05 on Thursday Oct. 12th in the upper library. 

    The Assets Leadership Club will have its first meeting this Thursday, Oct. 5 at 2:10 in rm. 205. This is an awesome and exciting club that focuses on helping ourselves, the school and the community. Come to the meeting for information and to join!! See Ms. Solar with any questions.

    Attention students:  South's Gay Straight Transgender Alliance will be having their first meeting on Tuesday, October 3rd during extended homeroom in room 321A. All are welcome to attend! Any questions please see Ms. Seery in Room 321A.

    The homecoming dance is this Saturday October 7th from 7-10, students must come by 7:45 and stay until 9:30! Get out and enjoy the DJ, dancing, food, photo booth, desserts, and raffles. Tickets can be purchased today and tomorrow in the lobby during lunch periods. Students must have both $40 and a signed permission slip, which can be found on souths webpage.
    Voting for the homecoming court will take place in the lobby today during extended homeroom. Get out and crown the 2017 royalty!

     

           

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

     

    In Lady Viking Varsity Soccer, Fiona Cummings scored on an assist from Caroline Kelly midway thru the 1st half which ended up being the game winner for the Vikings in a victory of Tappan Zee!!!  Faith Quinn and Abby Montera were stellar on the back line.  Casey Dunbar had 6 saves in the win.

     There will be a Basketball Open Gym for all girls, Thursday Oct 5th from 7:00-8:30pm.

    Congratulations to the Vikings Varsity Field Hockey team on a win over Pelham yesterday. Annie O'Neill scored the only goal of the game assisted by Shannon Breyfogle. Grace Dempsey, Taylor Moore and Miranda Linehan made key defensive saves on the goal line, contributing to the shutout led by Tierney Clark in goal.

    Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Volleyball team on their win last night against Clarkstown North. An amazing serving effort was given by Arnav Mehta and Trevor Montana. Luke Pallogudis had 23 kills Chris Dimick and John Ferraro both had 21, Ryan Thomas with 20, Matt Kim with 15 and Miles Fisher with 8. Great job boys! Our next home game will be Friday at 4pm vs. Suffern!

     

     

     

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  • Monday 10/2/17-Day 5

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 10/2/2017

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Year’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

    South will have 23 high school students visiting from Japan on Nov 3rd.  Mrs. Uchiyama, Japanese teacher, is looking for students who can host one or two students from Nov 3rd to Nov 5th.  This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new language and culture, and moreover, you can obtain service hour credits towards NHS, IB CAS or World Language Honor Society.  If you and your family are interested in hosting a Japanese student, please email Mrs. Uchiyama at auchiyama@ccsd.edu.

    Are you interested in working with SPIRIT students?  Join the Strive 4 Spirit Club.  Our first meeting will be tomorrow in room 230.

     

    Please note that there is a correction for Cultural Club's first meeting.  It will NOT be Wed, Oct.11; instead it will be on Thursday, October 5 right after school in room 230.

     

    How much fun would it be to teach a language in an elementary school?  If you're interested, please see Ms. Vanichpong in room 230.  We're looking for some energetic high school students to dazzle the elementary school students!  The first mandatory meeting is today.

     

    The school doctor will be here Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 3pm.  You need to sign up for the exam in the nurse’s office.  Please arrange your own transportation home.  This exam will meet the physical requirements for all sports in the 2017-2018 school year.  Winter sports begin 11/6/17.

    Attention ART club officers!

    At 2:00 pm on Wednesday, October 4th there will be a mandatory officer's meeting in room 340.    Mark your calendar.

     

    Do you love Animé?  Manga?  Can't choose between your favorite characters in Yuri on Ice or Naruto?  If so, the Animé Club is just the place for you!  Join us tomorrow in Room 307 from 2-3pm for the first club meeting of the year!    If you can't make it but want to know more about the club, see Ms. Weber in Room 307. 

     

    There will be a Centerstage meeting this Wednesday October 4th after school in the auditorium. We'll be discussing our upcoming fundraisers and workshops. All are welcome to attend!  

     

    Attention current DECA members!  DECA elections will be held after school today in room 226. Have your speeches prepared and dress in business professional attire. Get yourself elected! 

     

    Do you want to help raise money for people and families facing serious illness?  Join Youth for Hospice!  First meeting is tomorrow, at 2:05 in Cafeteria 101/102.

     

    Attention Writopia Students:

    Please be aware that our first Writopia meeting has been moved to Wednesday, October 11th at 2:10 in the upstairs library. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Harrigan in the English office.

     

    The winners of the 2017 MATH POSTER CONTEST: FULL STEAM AHEAD

    sponsored by the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State are:

    Dave Mathew

    Tara Maloney

    Joanne Stirrup

    Eben Woo

    Grace Dowd

    Priscilla Medina

    Congratulations to these students who will now compete at the STATE level in the contest. THANK YOU to all who competed and to the SOUTH MATH TEACHERS who judged the poster entries.

     

    Do you love global politics and want to meet peers with similar interests? Then Model UN is the club for you! Join us tomorrow, October 3rd, at 2:05 in Room 301 to learn more about the UN. See you there!

    Do you want to be a lawyer? Do you like to Debate? Then Mock Trial is the club for you! Our general interest meeting will be held at 2:05 on Thursday Oct. 12th in the upper library. 

    The results of this year’s Freshman Student Council elections are as follows:

    President: Jenny Palmer

    Vice President: Erin Bacalles

    Secretary: Ava Epstein

    Treasurer: Emma McCormick

    REMINDER:

    All election candidates are responsible for removing any campaign material they have posted throughout the building. New Officers should be at today’s Student Council meeting in room 330 right after school.

           

     

     

     

     

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  • Friday 9/29/17- Day 4

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/29/2017

    Come get your spirit week apparel and accessories during the lunch periods and eighth period in the lobby! Prices will be listed at the table!

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Year’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

    South will have 23 high school students visiting from Japan on Nov 3rd.  Mrs. Uchiyama, Japanese teacher, is looking for students who can host one or two students from Nov 3rd to Nov 5th.  This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new language and culture, and moreover, you can obtain service hour credits towards NHS, IB CAS or World Language Honor Society.  If you and your family are interested in hosting a Japanese student, please email Mrs. Uchiyama at auchiyama@ccsd.edu.

    Are you interested in working with SPIRIT students?  Join the Strive 4 Spirit Club.  Our first meeting will be Tuesday, Oct. 3 in room 230.

     

    Please note that there is a correction for Cultural Club's first meeting.  It will NOT be Wed, Oct.11; instead it will be on Thursday, October 5 right after school in room 230.

     

    How much fun would it be to teach a language in an elementary school?  If you're interested, please see Ms. Vanichpong in room 230.  We're looking for some energetic high school students to dazzle the elementary school students!  The first mandatory meeting will be Monday, October 2.

     

    The school doctor will be here Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 3pm.  You need to sign up for the exam in the nurse’s office.  Please arrange your own transportation home.  This exam will meet the physical requirements for all sports in the 2017-2018 school year.  Winter sports begin 11/6/17.

    Attention ART club officers!

    At 2:00 pm on Wednesday, October 4th there will be a mandatory officer's meeting in room 340.    Mark your calendar.

     

    Do you love Animé?  Manga?  Can't choose between your favorite characters in Yuri on Ice or Naruto?  If so, the Animé Club is just the place for you!  Join us on Tuesday, October 3 in Room 307 from 2-3pm for the first club meeting of the year!    If you can't make it that day but want to know more about the club,   see Ms. Weber in Room 307. 

     

    There will be a Centerstage meeting this Wednesday October 4th after school in the auditorium. We'll be discussing our upcoming fundraisers and workshops. All are welcome to attend!  

     

    Attention current DECA members!  DECA elections will be held Monday after school in room 226. Have your speeches prepared and dress in business professional attire. Get yourself elected!  See you Monday! 

     

    Do you want to help raise money for people and families facing serious illness?  Join Youth for Hospice!  First meeting is Tuesday, October 3rd, at 2:05 in Cafeteria 101/102.

     

     

           

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

     


    On Wednesday the Lady Viking Varsity Tennis Team turned in a stellar performance in defeating the Titans of East Ramapo.  Nicole Jiang's victory at first singles was backed up with wins by: Nikita Joseph, Kayleigh Ross, Ruchika Singh, Anna Bernasconi, Natalie Karagolian, Hannah Kim, Dawn Roy, Nicole and Samantha Svantner.

    Great job girls!

     

    The JV Field Hockey team beat Clarkstown North yesterday 6-2. Scoring for the Lady Vikings in the 1st half were Riley Stush, Claire Bowman, Isabelle O'Hara, and Katie Kelly. Isabella O'Hara had 2 assists and Aishling Donnelley had one assist. In the 2nd half Clare Bowman scored again along with Kristina Kearney. Katie Kelly had one assist. On the defensive end, center Olivia Nigro played extremely well helping to hold North off at the 40 yd line. Goalie Rosie Tramm who went in 2nd half had two saves for the Lady Vikings. 

     

    The Boys JV Soccer team beat Suffern 3-1 yesterday. Liam Heanue scored the first of goal off of an assist from Luke Hanchar. Shortly after, Thomas Valente scored the second goal to put the Vikings in the lead. Michael Renert closed the first half of the game scoring the last of the 3 goals. The Boys JV Soccer team and Coach Jen Nolan would like to personally thank Marco Cipriano for doing a great job of not only being the ball boy, but cheering the team on a keeping everyone motivated throughout the game. The Vikings take on North Rockland at home on Tuesday

     

    Clarkstown South Varsity Field Hockey defeated North, at North, 2-0. South Goals were scored by Aine (Anya) Keaney and Lauryn Hughes (with an assist by Keaney).

    Katlyn Hughes had the shutout in her first Varsity start.

    South's Defense of Miranda Linehan, Taylor Moore, Molly Geyer, and Tara Maloney excelled in the shutout effort.

     


    Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Volleyball team on their 3-0 defeat against Eastchester yesterday giving us an overall record of 6-1. Great job boys! 

     

     

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  • Thursday 9/28/17-Day 3

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/28/2017

    Come get your spirit week apparel and accessories during the lunch periods and eighth period in the lobby! We will also have white stuff for the white out football game tonight! Prices will be listed at the table!

     

    Calling all artists, photographers and writers!
    Arcadia is South's art and literary magazine and Ms. DiSavino and Mr. Sandomir will host the first meeting of the year for members old and new today.
    Join us in room 221 at 2:01 to learn more about how you can contribute to the publication of Arcadia 2018. 

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Year’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

    South will have 23 high school students visiting from Japan on Nov 3rd.  Mrs. Uchiyama, Japanese teacher, is looking for students who can host one or two students from Nov 3rd to Nov 5th.  This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new language and culture, and moreover, you can obtain service hour credits towards NHS, IB CAS or World Language Honor Society.  If you and your family are interested in hosting a Japanese student, please email Mrs. Uchiyama at auchiyama@ccsd.edu.

    There will be a brief organizational meeting of all Mu Alpha Theta members today, in the band room at 2:05 pm.

     

    Are you interested in working with SPIRIT students?  Join the Strive 4 Spirit Club.  Our first meeting will be Tuesday, Oct. 3 in room 230.

     

    The Cultural Club will be having their first meeting on Wednesday, October 11, right after school in room 230.  Our meetings will run the second Wednesdays of every month.

     

    How much fun would it be to teach a language in an elementary school?  If you're interested, please see Ms. Vanichpong in room 230.  We're looking for some energetic high school students to dazzle the elementary school students!  The first mandatory meeting will be Monday, October 2.

     

    Attention Freshman Election Candidates. The proposed ballot for tomorrow’s class elections is posted on the door of room 310. It is your responsibility to check it for accuracy. Final ballots will go to print today. See Mr. Paul with any changes or corrections.

    Don't worry if you missed the first meeting of the TV & Radio Club! There will be another meeting today in the TV Studio. Come star in your own television show or radio program. Everyone is welcome! 

    The school doctor will be here Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 3pm.  You need to sign up for the exam in the nurse’s office.  Please arrange your own transportation home.  This exam will meet the physical requirements for all sports in the 2017-2018 school year.  Winter sports begin 11/6/17.

    Attention ART club officers!

    At 2:00 pm on Wednesday, October 4th there will be a mandatory officer's meeting in room 340.    Mark your calendar.

     

    Do you love Animé?  Manga?  Can't choose between your favorite characters in Yuri on Ice or Naruto?  If so, the Animé Club is just the place for you!  Join us on Tuesday, October 3 in Room 307 from 2-3pm for the first club meeting of the year!    If you can't make it that day but want to know more about the club,   see Ms. Weber in Room 307. 

     

    Mock Trial officers will have a board meeting today in RM. 333 after school.

     

    There will be a Centerstage meeting this Wednesday October 4th after school in the auditorium. We'll be discussing our upcoming fundraisers and workshops. All are welcome to attend!  

     

           

     

     

     

     Sports:

     

    Attention all softball players.  There will be a mandatory meeting today after school for anyone interested in playing this spring.  Please meet in the cafeteria at 2:10.  Bring your friends.

     

    The JV Boys soccer team beat Clarkstown North 2-0 yesterday.  C.J. Archul led the team off scoring a goal in the first half.  The goal was assisted by Luke Hanchar.  Shortly after, Julian Ferreira set up a leading pass for Liam Heanue who put a second goal in the back of the net.  Seamus Hudson and Nick Gorglione led the team’s defensive line, while goalies Brendan McDonough and Sean Kirby held North from scoring the entire game.  The boys play North Rockland today at home at 4 pm

     

    The Lady Vikings Volleyball team dropped a hard fought four set match to Horace Greeley yesterday. Next up this afternoon are the Lady Admirals from Arlington HS.

     

    Boys Varsity Soccer defeat Clarkstown North 4-3 in Sudden Victory.

    Mathis Aglialoro Scored 3 goals for the Vikings.  John Guarino scored the game winner assisted by William Derella.  Jayden Poterbin had 7 saves and John McDonough played well.

     

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  • Wednesday 9/27/17-Day 2

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/27/2017

    Come get your spirit week apparel and accessories during the lunch periods and eighth period! We will also have white stuff for the white out football game this Thursday night! Prices will be listed at the table!

     

    Attention all writers: the Viking Voice will be holding its first meeting of the year today at 2:10 in Room 206.  Leadership positions and food will be available.  Come help us plan this year's first edition and a new, online platform.  The Viking Voice - September 27th, after school in room 206.

     

    Calling all artists, photographers and writers!
    Arcadia is South's art and literary magazine and Ms. DiSavino and Mr. Sandomir will host the first meeting of the year for members old and new tomorrow.
    Join us in room 221 at 2:01 to learn more about how you can contribute to the publication of Arcadia 2018. 

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Year’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

    South will have 23 high school students visiting from Japan on Nov 3rd.  Mrs. Uchiyama, Japanese teacher, is looking for students who can host one or two students from Nov 3rd to Nov 5th.  This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new language and culture, and moreover, you can obtain service hour credits towards NHS, IB CAS or World Language Honor Society.  If you and your family are interested in hosting a Japanese student, please email Mrs. Uchiyama at auchiyama@ccsd.edu.

    There will be a brief organizational meeting of all Mu Alpha Theta members tomorrow, in the band room at 2:05 pm.

     

    Are you interested in working with SPIRIT students?  Join the Strive 4 Spirit Club.  Our first meeting will be Tuesday, Oct. 3 in room 230.

     

    The Cultural Club will be having their first meeting on Wednesday, October 11, right after school in room 230.  Our meetings will run the second Wednesdays of every month.

     

    How much fun would it be to teach a language in an elementary school?  If you're interested, please see Ms. Vanichpong in room 230.  We're looking for some energetic high school students to dazzle the elementary school students!  The first mandatory meeting will be Monday, October 2.

     

    There will be a mandatory Viking Connection Mentor meeting after school today in Cafeteria 101/102.

     

    Attention Freshman Election Candidates. The proposed ballot for Friday's class elections is posted on the door of room 310. It is your responsibility to check it for accuracy. Final ballots will go to print tomorrow. See Mr. Paul with any changes or corrections.

    Don't worry if you missed the first meeting of the TV & Radio Club! There will be another meeting this Thursday September 28th in the TV Studio. Come star in your own television show or radio program. Everyone is welcome! 

    The school doctor will be here Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 3pm.  You need to sign up for the exam in the nurse’s office.  Please arrange your own transportation home.  This exam will meet the physical requirements for all sports in the 2017-2018 school year.  Winter sports begin 11/6/17.

    Attention ART club officers!

    At 2:00 pm on Wednesday, October 4th there will be a mandatory officer's meeting in room 340.    Mark your calendar. 

     

           

     

     

     

     Sports:

     

    In Lady Vikings Soccer:

    Fiona Cummings scored on a header off a corner kick from Abby Montera midway thru the 1st half which ended up being the game winner for the Lady Vikings. Faith Quinn and Abby Montera were stellar on the back line.  Casey Dunba

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  • Tuesday 9/26/17- Day 1

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/26/2017

    There will be a meeting of the National Honor Society today, September 26, 2017 at 2:10 p.m. in the Junior/Senior Cafeteria.  Attendance will be taken!  Please see Mr. Russell in Room 331 if you have any questions.

     

    Come get your spirit week apparel and accessories during the lunch periods and eighth period! We will also have white stuff for the white out football game this Thursday night! Prices will be listed at the table!

     

    A Representative from Binghamton University will be in our Upper Library during 6th period.  Any student interested should go to the upper library at the beginning of 6th period.   If students have a class during that time they must inform their teacher.

     

    Attention ART club officers!

    At 2:00 pm tomorrow in room 340 there will be a mandatory officer's meeting.   

     

    Attention all writers: the Viking Voice will be holding its first meeting of the year tomorrow at 2:10 in Room 206.  Leadership positions and food will be available.  Come help us plan this year's first edition and a new, online platform.  The Viking Voice - September 27th, after school in room 206.

     

    Calling all artists, photographers and writers!
    Arcadia is South's art and literary magazine and Ms. DiSavino and Mr. Sandomir will host the first meeting of the year for members old and new on Thursday.
    Join us in room 221 at 2:01 to learn more about how you can contribute to the publication of Arcadia 2018. 

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Year’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

    South will have 23 high school students visiting from Japan on Nov 3rd.  Mrs. Uchiyama, Japanese teacher, is looking for students who can host one or two students from Nov 3rd to Nov 5th.  This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new language and culture, and moreover, you can obtain service hour credits towards NHS, IB CAS or World Language Honor Society.  If you and your family are interested in hosting a Japanese student, please email Mrs. Uchiyama at auchiyama@ccsd.edu.

    Attention 10th and 11th grade students interested in becoming a Peer Leader:  There will be an informational meeting TODAY, Tuesday, September 26th at 2:00 pm

    in Room 305. Applications will be distributed at this meeting so you must attend. If you have any further questions please see Ms. Seery in Room 321A.

     

    There will be a brief organizational meeting of all Mu Alpha Theta members on Thursday Sept. 28, in the band room at 2:05 pm.

     

    Are you interested in working with SPIRIT students?  Join the Strive 4 Spirit Club.  Our first meeting will be Tuesday, Oct. 3 in room 230.

     

    The Cultural Club will be having their first meeting on Wednesday, October 11, right after school in room 230.  Our meetings will run the second Wednesdays of every month.

     

    How much fun would it be to teach a language in an elementary school?  If you're interested, please see Ms. Vanichpong in room 230.  We're looking for some energetic high school students to dazzle the elementary school students!  The first mandatory meeting will be Monday, October 2.

     

    The Academic League will have a short introductory meeting today Tuesday at 2:10 pm in Room 150.  See what this fun, fast-paced game is all about.

    All newcomers welcome.

    Previous members welcome.

    YES! We will have refreshments!

     

    There will be a mandatory Viking Connection Mentor meeting after school tomorrow in Cafeteria 101/102.

     

    The Youth United Way Club will be meeting in Room 330 today during extended homeroom.  All are welcome!

     

    Do you love international politics? Then Model UN is the club for you! Join us today at 2:05 in Room 301 to learn about the UN Security Council. See you there!

     

    Attention Freshman Election Candidates. The proposed ballot for Friday's class elections is posted on the door of room 310. It is your responsibility to check it for accuracy. Final ballots will go to print tomorrow. See Mr. Paul with any changes or corrections.

           

     

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

     

    The Lady Viking Varsity Volleyball team improved to 2 and 3 on the season with a 5 set thriller over East Ramapo. Next up will be Horace Greeley on Wednesday afternoon here at South.

     

    The JV Tennis team improved their record to 5&2 with a victory over Nanuet yesterday. The match was tied 3-3 when Lois Nam and Eben Woo won their match in a tiebreak bringing the team to a 4-3 victory! Congrats to the whole team. 

     

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  • Monday 9/25/17- Day 6

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/25/2017

    Attention all freshman Student Council election candidates. There is a candidate meeting today, at 2:05 PM in room 310. Pre-election candidate packets should be brought to the meeting. This meeting is mandatory. Any candidate not in attendance will not have their name placed on the ballot. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    Attention ART club officers!

    At 2:00 pm on Wednesday, October 4th in room 340 there will be a mandatory officer's meeting.   

     

    Attention all writers: the Viking Voice will be holding its first meeting of the year this Wednesday at 2:10 in Room 206.  Leadership positions and food will be available.  Come help us plan this year's first edition and a new, online platform.  The Viking Voice - September 27th, after school in room 206.

     

    Calling all artists, photographers and writers!
    Arcadia is South's art and literary magazine and Ms. DiSavino and Mr. Sandomir will host the first meeting of the year for members old and new on Thursday.
    Join us in room 221 at 2:01 to learn more about how you can contribute to the publication of Arcadia 2018. 

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Year’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

    South will have 23 high school students visiting from Japan on Nov 3rd.  Mrs. Uchiyama, Japanese teacher, is looking for students who can host one or two students from Nov 3rd to Nov 5th.  This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new language and culture, and moreover, you can obtain service hour credits towards NHS, IB CAS or World Language Honor Society.  If you and your family are interested in hosting a Japanese student, please email Mrs. Uchiyama at auchiyama@ccsd.edu.

    Attention all interested in peer tutors.  Please email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu to sign up.   Reminder:  if you were a peer tutor last year please sign up again so Mr. Ludwig can update information. 

     

    Attention 10th and 11th grade students interested in becoming a Peer Leader:  There will be an informational meeting tomorrow at 2:00 pm in Room 305. Applications will be distributed at this meeting so you must attend. If you have any further questions please see Ms. Seery in Room 321A. 

     

    There will be a brief organizational meeting of all Mu Alpha Theta members on Thursday Sept. 28, in the band room at 2:05 pm.

     

           

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Wednesday 9/20/17- Day 5

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/20/2017

    Attention all freshman planning to run for a position on the Student Council. There will be a candidate meeting on Monday, September 25th at 2:05 PM in room 310. All pre-election candidate packets will be due at that time. This meeting is mandatory. Any candidate not in attendance will not have their name placed on the ballot. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    Attention ART club officers!

    At 2:00 p.m on Wednesday, October 4th in room 340 there will be a mandatory officer's meeting.   

     

    Attention all writers: the Viking Voice will be holding its first meeting of the year on Wednesday, September 27th at 2:10 in Room 206.  Leadership positions and food will be available.  Come help us plan this year's first edition and a new, online platform.  The Viking Voice - September 27th, after school in room 206.

     

    Calling all artists, photographers and writers!
    Arcadia is South's art and literary magazine and Ms. DiSavino and Mr. Sandomir will host the first meeting of the year for members old and new on Thursday, September 28th.
    Join us in room 221 at 2:01 to learn more about how you can contribute to the publication of Arcadia 2018. 

     

    Vikings lets work together to fight breast cancer. Our Youth Against Cancer club will be hosting our annual Pink Day on October 13th... Buy your Pink Gear during lunch periods today. T-shirts are $12, sweatshirts $30, and sweatpants $25.

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Year’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

    South will have 23 high school students visiting from Japan on Nov 3rd.  Mrs. Uchiyama, Japanese teacher, is looking for students who can host one or two students from Nov 3rd to Nov 5th.  This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new language and culture, and moreover, you can obtain service hour credits towards NHS, IB CAS or World Language Honor Society.  If you and your family are interested in hosting a Japanese student, please email Mrs. Uchiyama at auchiyama@ccsd.edu.

     

    Missed the first Robotics meeting? Don't worry! The Robotics club is having a meeting today after school in Room 321.

     

    Attention all interested in peer tutors.  Please email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu to sign up.   Reminder:  if you were a peer tutor last year please sign up again so Mr. Ludwig can update information.  

     

           

     

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

     

     

    Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Volleyball team on their victory against Suffern yesterday.  Great job to Luke Samuels who had 29 assists, Johnny Ferraro with 20 Kills, Chris Dimick and Luke Pallogudis on their serving, Matt Kim and Ryan Thomas with great offense and great defensive playing by Trevor Montana and Arnav Mehta. 

     

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  • Tuesday 9/19/17-Day 4

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/19/2017

    ALL SENIOR PERMANENT EARLY DISMISSAL PASSES ARE READY FOR PICK UP IN THE THIRD FLOOR OFFICE.

    Parking permits will be issued in the lobby by security.  Any student who has never had a parking sticker must take a driving safety course with Officer Hodges.  Applications can be obtained in the main and third floor offices.  The cost for a parking sticker is $2.00. In order to park on school grounds, stickers must be obtained no later than September 29thor you will not be able to park on school grounds. Only seniors who have a brown sticker will be allowed to park in the upper lot.  All other students will park in the lower lot.

     

    Auditions for this year's fall drama, The Crucible, will be held today in the auditorium. Everyone is welcome to audition! Please come prepared with a one minute monologue. If you have any questions, see Ms. Meinero in the TV Studio.  

     

    Attention Freshmen: Student Council Elections for Freshman class officers will be held on Friday, September 29th. Any freshman wishing to run for a position as a class officer on the Student Council must first complete a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    Attention all writers: the Viking Voice will be holding its first meeting of the year on Wednesday, September 27th at 2:10 in Room 206.  Leadership positions and food will be available.  Come help us plan this year's first edition and a new, online platform.  The Viking Voice - September 27th, after school in room 206.

     

    Calling all artists, photographers and writers!
    Arcadia is South's art and literary magazine and Ms. DiSavino and Mr. Sandomir will host the first meeting of the year for members old and new on Thursday, September 28th.
    Join us in room 221 at 2:01 to learn more about how you can contribute to the publication of Arcadia 2018. 

     

    Vikings lets work together to fight breast cancer. Our Youth Against Cancer club will be hosting our annual Pink Day on October 13th... Buy your Pink Gear during lunch periods today and tomorrow. T-shirts are $12, sweatshirts $30, and sweatpants $25.

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Year’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

    South will have 23 high school students visiting from Japan on Nov 3rd.  Mrs. Uchiyama, Japanese teacher, is looking for students who can host one or two students from Nov 3rd to Nov 5th.  This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new language and culture, and moreover, you can obtain service hour credits towards NHS, IB CAS or World Language Honor Society.  If you and your family are interested in hosting a Japanese student, please email Mrs. Uchiyama at auchiyama@ccsd.edu.

    The Youth United Way Club will be meeting today during extended homeroom in Room 330.  All are welcome to come and check out what our club is all about!

     

    There will be a National Art Honor Society meeting immediately after school for all current members in room 335.

     

    The Model UN club will be meeting today right after school in room 301. Join us as we discuss the structure of the United Nations and the current issues facing it.

     

    Missed the first Robotics meeting? Don't worry! The Robotics club is having a meeting Wednesday after school in Room 321.

     

           

     

     

     

     Sports:

     

     

     JV Girls Soccer players report to room 171 to pick up your new uniforms from Coach Peterson.

     

    JV Girls Soccer defeated Clarkstown North 4-1 yesterday.  Shannon Ratchford and Emma Glynn each scored two goals.  Devin Sia and Fanoula Tee combined for the win in goal.  Gianna Vignola, Emily Connolly, Izzy Wagner and Cora Carbin led a strong defensive effort.  Isabel Haime and Lauren Fein also played well.

     

    South Girls Varsity Soccer wins 3-2 in OT.  The Lady Vikings stormed back after spotting the Lady Rams a 2 goal lead in the 2nd half tying the game with 2 goals in the last 2:54 of the game. Caroline Kelly netted the 1st goal off an assist Morgan Spuler. The Vikings then netted the game tying goal with 16 seconds left with Caroline Kelly heading in a free kick from Abby Montera. Casey Dunbar had 7 saves on the day. Come watch the lady Vikings play today at 4:30.

     

     

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  • Monday 9/18/17- Day 3

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/18/2017

    ALL SENIOR PERMANENT EARLY DISMISSAL PASSES ARE READY FOR PICK UP IN THE THIRD FLOOR OFFICE.

    Parking permits will be issued in the lobby by security.  Any student who has never had a parking sticker must take a driving safety course with Officer Hodges.  Applications can be obtained in the main and third floor offices.  The cost for a parking sticker is $2.00. In order to park on school grounds, stickers must be obtained no later than September 29thor you will not be able to park on school grounds. Only seniors who have a brown sticker will be allowed to park in the upper lot.  All other students will park in the lower lot.

     

    Auditions for this year's fall drama, The Crucible, will be held today and tomorrow in the auditorium. Everyone is welcome to audition! Please come prepared with a one minute monologue. If you have any questions, see Ms. Meinero in the TV Studio.  

     

    Attention Freshmen: Student Council Elections for Freshman class officers will be held on Friday, September 29th. Any freshman wishing to run for a position as a class officer on the Student Council must first complete a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    If you love to sing then come join South's glee club, THE AMBASSADORS.

    Ambassadors is a fun, upbeat group that is open to ALL South students.  We bring music and singing many places throughout Rockland County.  We meet every Monday after school in room 198 see Mr. Bonsignore if you have any questions.

     

    Calling all artists, photographers and writers!
    Arcadia is South's art and literary magazine and Ms. DiSavino and Mr. Sandomir will host the first meeting of the year for members old and new on Thursday, September 28th.
    Join us in room 221 at 2:01 to learn more about how you can contribute to the publication of Arcadia 2018. 

     

    Vikings lets work together to fight breast cancer. Our Youth Against Cancer club will be hosting our annual Pink Day on October 13th... Buy your Pink Gear during lunch periods Mon-Wed this week. T-shirts are $12, sweatshirts $30, and sweatpants $25.

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Year’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

    South will have 23 high school students visiting from Japan on Nov 3rd.  Mrs. Uchiyama, Japanese teacher, is looking for students who can host one or two students from Nov 3rd to Nov 5th.  This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new language and culture, and moreover, you can obtain service hour credits towards NHS, IB CAS or World Language Honor Society.  If you and your family are interested in hosting a Japanese student, please email Mrs. Uchiyama at auchiyama@ccsd.edu.

    There will be an ASL club meeting this afternoon in rm. 224 after school. 

     

    The Youth United Way Club will be meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 19 during extended homeroom in Room 330.  All are welcome to come and check out what our club is all about!

     

    Would the following students please come to the main office sometime today to pick up your senior shirt?--Caroline King, Lindsey Pressman, Evan Goodman, James Oswald, Avery Annan, Sean Brosnan, Bindiya Thakkar, and Katelyn Joyce.   Please pick up your senior shirts from the main office during any period, by the end of the day. Thank you.

     

           

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Friday 9/15/17- Day 2

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/15/2017

    ALL SENIOR PERMANENT DISMISSAL PASSES ARE READY FOR PICK UP IN THE THIRD FLOOR OFFICE.

    Parking permits will be issued in the lobby by security.  Any student who has never had a parking sticker must take a driving safety course with Officer Hodges.  Applications can be obtained in the main and third floor offices.  The cost for a parking sticker is $2.00. In order to park on school grounds, stickers must be obtained no later than September 29thor you will not be able to park on school grounds. Only seniors who have a brown sticker will be allowed to park in the upper lot.  All other students will park in the lower lot.

     

    Auditions for this year's fall drama, The Crucible, will be held Monday September 18th and Tuesday September 19th in the auditorium. Everyone is welcome to audition! Please come prepared with a one minute monologue. If you have any questions, see Ms. Meinero in the TV Studio.  

     

    Attention Freshmen: Student Council Elections for Freshman class officers will be held on Friday, September 29th. Any freshman wishing to run for a position as a class officer on the Student Council must first complete a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    If you love to sing then come join South's glee club, THE AMBASSADORS.

    Ambassadors is a fun, upbeat group that is open to ALL South students.  We bring music and singing many places throughout Rockland County.  We meet every Monday after school in room 198 see Mr. Bonsignore if you have any questions.

     

    Interested in becoming a peer tutor? Email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu for the application.

     

    Calling all artists, photographers and writers!
    Arcadia is South's art and literary magazine and Ms. DiSavino and Mr. Sandomir will host the first meeting of the year for members old and new on Thursday, September 28th.
    Join us in room 221 at 2:01 to learn more about how you can contribute to the publication of Arcadia 2018. 

     

     

     

    Attention all NEW students- the Assets Leadership team will be holding a breakfast for all students new to the Clarkstown district today during 4th period in the upper library. All new students should receive an invitation to this breakfast-if you are new and do not receive an invitation or if you have any questions, please see Ms. Solar in rm. 353.

     

    Any Junior or Senior interested in the Fall Youth Police Academy, please see Officer Hodges for information and an application.

     

    Vikings lets work together to fight breast cancer. Our Youth against cancer club will be hosting our annual Pink Day on October 13th... Buy your Pink Gear during lunch periods Mon-Wed of next week. T-shirts are $12, sweatshirts $30, and sweatpants $25.

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Year’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

           

     

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

     

    JV Girls Soccer defeated Scarsdale 5-3 yesterday.  Shannon Ratchford scored 2 goals, Emma Glynn, Cora Carbin and Noreen Hofving each scored one.  Devin Sia saved a penalty kick and changed the momentum for South as they scored 3 unanswered goals to take the victory.  Izzy Wagner, Emily Connolly, Isabel Haime and Gianna Vignola all played well for the Lady Vikings.

     

    Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Volleyball team for defeating North in the 5th match last night. Recognition goes to all players on their dedicated effort until the last point! Great job boys.

     

    Varsity Field Hockey defeated RC Ketcham 3-0.  Goals were scored by Lauryn Hughes, Grace Dempsey and Aine Keaney with an assist by Tara Maloney.  Tierney Clark had two saves for the shutout and Miranda Linehan turned in a strong defensive game.

     

     

     

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  • Thursday 9/14/17- Day 1

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/14/2017

    Attention all students: As you pass through the lobby or are eating lunch there, make sure you check out the overhead plasma screen messages. They are great reminders of the positive, growth mindset we all want to develop in the Clarkstown South Viking community!

    Any student still needing a permanent early dismissal and or late arrival pass the form is now on our webpage under CHSS bulletins.  You may print it and fill it out and bring it to the third floor office.

    Parking permits will be issued in the lobby by security.  Any student who has never had a parking sticker must take a driving safety course with Officer Hodges.  Applications can be obtained in the main and third floor offices.  The cost for a parking sticker is $2.00. In order to park on school grounds, stickers must be obtained no later than September 29thor you will not be able to park on school grounds. Only seniors who have a brown sticker will be allowed to park in the upper lot.  All other students will park in the lower lot.

    Parking/Driving Class

    The mandatory defensive driving class needed to obtain a parking permit will be held at the beginning of 4th, 5th & 6th periods today.  In order to attend this class, it must be during a free period and you must have the completed parking permit form signed by a parent/guardian. If you have no free periods, please speak to Officer Hodges.

     

    Auditions for this year's fall drama, The Crucible, will be held Monday September 18th and Tuesday September 19th in the auditorium. Everyone is welcome to audition! Please come prepared with a one minute monologue. If you have any questions, see Ms. Meinero in the TV Studio.  

     

    Attention all superstars! Are you interested in starring in your own film or TV show? Do you want to get behind the camera and create movie magic? Then join the TV Club! Our first meeting will be after school today in the TV studio.

     

    Hey music lovers! Want to play your favorite tunes for the world to hear? Ever want to host your own talk show like Elvis Duran? Join the Radio Club. Our first meeting will be today in the TV studio. Don't forget, everyone has a face for radio!

     

    Attention Freshmen: Student Council Elections for Freshman class officers will be held on Friday, September 29th. Any freshman wishing to run for a position as a class officer on the Student Council must first complete a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    If you love to sing then come join South's glee club, THE AMBASSADORS.

    Ambassadors is a fun, upbeat group that is open to ALL South students.  We bring music and singing many places throughout Rockland County.  We meet every Monday after school in room 198 see Mr. Bonsignore if you have any questions.

     

    Interested in becoming a peer tutor? Email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu for the application.

     

    Calling all artists, photographers and writers!
    Arcadia is South's art and literary magazine and Ms. DiSavino and Mr. Sandomir will host the first meeting of the year for members old and new on Thursday, September 28th.
    Join us in room 221 at 2:01 to learn more about how you can contribute to the publication of Arcadia 2018. 

     

     

    Engineers, artists, writers, unite!  South’s Robotics Club is having its first meeting today in room 321 right after school.  Remember, all grades are welcome and no experience is required!

     

    Attention all NEW students- the Assets Leadership team will be holding a breakfast for all students new to the Clarkstown district tomorrow during 4th period in the upper library. All new students should receive an invitation to this breakfast-if you are new and do not receive an invitation or if you have any questions, please see Ms. Solar in rm. 353.

     

    Are you looking for an open-minded space to be able to share your opinions on pressing topics concerning equality?  Then the Women’s Awareness Club is the place for you!  If you are interested join us today in room 225, for the first WAC meeting.

     

    Any Junior or Senior interested in the Fall Youth Police Academy, please see Officer Hodges for information and an application.

     

    Vikings lets work together to fight breast cancer. Our Youth against cancer club will be hosting our annual Pink Day on October 13th... Buy your Pink Gear during lunch periods Mon-Wed of next week. T-shirts are $12, sweatshirts $30, and sweatpants $25.

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Year’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

     

           

     

     

     

     

     

     Sports:

     

    Congratulations to the South JV Tennis team on defeating North yesterday. The team won 5-0 and was led by Cassie Gutierrez who won her match in tie break 7-5. Great job by the whole team! 

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  • Wednesday 9/13/17- Day 6

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/13/2017

    Any student still needing a permanent early dismissal and or late arrival pass the form is now on our webpage under CHSS bulletins.  You may print it and fill it out and bring it to the third floor office.

    Parking permits will be issued in the lobby by security.  Any student who has never had a parking sticker must take a driving safety course with Officer Hodges.  Applications can be obtained in the main and third floor offices.  The cost for a parking sticker is $2.00. In order to park on school grounds, stickers must be obtained no later than September 29thor you will not be able to park on school grounds. Only seniors who have a brown sticker will be allowed to park in the upper lot.  All other students will park in the lower lot.

    Parking/Driving Class

    The mandatory defensive driving class needed to obtain a parking permit will be held at the beginning of 4th, 5th & 6th periods today and tomorrow.  In order to attend this class, it must be during a free period and you must have the completed parking permit form signed by a parent/guardian. If you have no free periods, please speak to Officer Hodges.


    Centerstage will be holding an audition workshop today at 2:30 PM in the auditorium. Loni Kennedy who has starred on Broadway in Cats and Evita will be teaching the workshop. All are welcome!

    Auditions for this year's fall drama, The Crucible, will be held Monday September 18th and Tuesday September 19th in the auditorium. Everyone is welcome to audition! Please come prepared with a one minute monologue. If you have any questions, see Ms. Meinero in the TV Studio.  

     

    Attention all superstars! Are you interested in starring in your own film or TV show? Do you want to get behind the camera and create movie magic? Then join the TV Club! Our first meeting will be after school tomorrow in the TV studio.

     

    Hey music lovers! Want to play your favorite tunes for the world to hear? Ever want to host your own talk show like Elvis Duran? Join the Radio Club. Our first meeting will be tomorrow in the TV studio. Don't forget, everyone has a face for radio!

     

    Attention Freshmen: Student Council Elections for Freshman class officers will be held on Friday, September 29th. Any freshman wishing to run for a position as a class officer on the Student Council must first complete a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    If you love to sing then come join South's glee club, THE AMBASSADORS.

    Ambassadors is a fun, upbeat group that is open to ALL South students.  We bring music and singing many places throughout Rockland County.  We meet every Monday after school in room 198 see Mr. Bonsignore if you have any questions.

     

    Interested in becoming a peer tutor? Email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu for the application.

     

    Calling all artists, photographers and writers!
    Arcadia is South's art and literary magazine and Ms. DiSavino and Mr. Sandomir will host the first meeting of the year for members old and new on Thursday, September 28th.
    Join us in room 221 at 2:01 to learn more about how you can contribute to the publication of Arcadia 2018. 

     

     

    Engineers, artists, writers, unite!  South’s Robotics Club is having its first meeting tomorrow in room 321 right after school.  Remember, all grades are welcome and no experience is required!

     

    Attention all NEW students- the Assets Leadership team will be holding a breakfast for all students new to the Clarkstown district on Friday, Sept. 15 during 4th period in the upper library. All new students should receive an invitation to this breakfast-if you are new and do not receive an invitation or if you have any questions, please see Ms. Solar in rm. 353.

     

    There will be a Yearbook meeting after school today in the Library. All returning staff and anyone else who is interested in helping create the 2018 yearbook is welcome!

     

    Are you looking for an open-minded space to be able to share your opinions on pressing topics concerning equality?  Then the Women’s Awareness Club is the place for you!  If you are interested join us tomorrow in room 225, for the first WAC meeting.

     

    Who's ready to take care of Business this year with DECA?! For anyone interested in running for a position on the South DECA board, there is a mandatory informational meeting after school in the upper library.

     

    Any Junior or Senior interested in the Fall Youth Police Academy, please see Officer Hodges for information and an application.

     

    Vikings lets work together to fight breast cancer. Our Youth against cancer club will be hosting our annual Pink Day on October 13th... Buy your Pink Gear during lunch periods Mon-Wed of next week. T-shirts are $12, sweatshirts $30, and sweatpants $25.

     

    Volunteers are needed today to unload a truck of food supplies at St. Paul’s School. Get your community service hours!  You can meet Mrs. Flynn in the parking lot of St. Paul’s School located at 365 Kings Highway, Valley Cottage at 3:00.

     

    Calling All CREATIVE Minds! You are invited to participate in this Year’s PTSA Reflections competition and let your CREATIVITY loose as you make works of ART, MUSIC, WRITING, DANCE, FILM & PHOTOGRAPHY inspired by YOUR interpretation of this year's theme: "Within Reach" What's Within YOUR Reach?  What's Within the WORLD's Reach? Check out the Rules, Details and downloadable forms on our very own Reflections Website:  http://yoganews.wixsite.com/shs-reflections .

     

           

     

     


     Sports:

     

    Congratulations to Boys Varsity Volleyball on the 3-0 victory against Eastchester. Come support the Vikings tomorrow at Clarkstown North as we take on the Rams at 5:30pm. GO VIKINGS! 

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  • Tuesday, 9/12/17- Day 5

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/12/2017

    Parking permits will be issued in the lobby by security.  Any student who has never had a parking sticker must take a driving safety course with Officer Hodges.  Applications can be obtained in the main and third floor offices.  The cost for a parking sticker is $2.00. In order to park on school grounds, stickers must be obtained no later than September 29thor you will not be able to park on school grounds. Only seniors who have a brown sticker will be allowed to park in the upper lot.  All other students will park in the lower lot.

    Parking/Driving Class

    The mandatory defensive driving class needed to obtain a parking permit will be held at the beginning of 4th, 5th & 6th periods today, tomorrow and Thursday.  In order to attend this class, it must be during a free period and you must have the completed parking permit form signed by a parent/guardian. If you have no free periods, please speak to Officer Hodges.

    Just a reminder:  School pictures are today and tomorrow.  If you did not receive an e-mail concerning orders, please come to the main office.  Please bring your confirmation number and/or order form and check on the day you are taking your photo.

    Attention all performers and designers! Centerstage will be holding its first meeting today immediately after school in the auditorium. We will be announcing this year's fall drama. All are welcome!

    Centerstage will be holding an audition workshop tomorrow at 2:30 PM in the auditorium. Loni Kennedy who has starred on Broadway in Cats and Evita will be teaching the workshop. All are welcome!

     

    Attention all superstars! Are you interested in starring in your own film or TV show? Do you want to get behind the camera and create movie magic? Then join the TV Club! Our first meeting will be after school on Thursday, September 14th in the TV studio.

     

    Hey music lovers! Want to play your favorite tunes for the world to hear? Ever want to host your own talk show like Elvis Duran? Join the Radio Club. Our first meeting will be September 14th in the TV studio. Don't forget, everyone has a face for radio!

     

    Attention Freshmen: Student Council Elections for Freshman class officers will be held on Friday, September 29th. Any freshman wishing to run for a position as a class officer on the Student Council must first complete a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    If you love to sing then come join South's glee club, THE AMBASSADORS.

    Ambassadors is a fun, upbeat group that is open to ALL South students.  We bring music and singing many places throughout Rockland County.  We meet every Monday after school in room 198 see Mr. Bonsignore if you have any questions.

     

    Interested in becoming a peer tutor? Email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu for the application.

     

    Calling all artists, photographers and writers!
    Arcadia is South's art and literary magazine and Ms. DiSavino and Mr. Sandomir will host the first meeting of the year for members old and new on Thursday, September 28th.
    Join us in room 221 at 2:01 to learn more about how you can contribute to the publication of Arcadia 2018. 

     

    Do you want to be a change-maker and ensure peace and security in our world? Then South’s Model UN is the club for you! Join us for our first meeting today. We will meet at 2:05 in Room 301. See you there!

     

    Engineers, artists, writers, unite!  South’s Robotics Club is having its first meeting Thursday, September 14th in room 321 right after school.  Remember, all grades are welcome and no experience is required!

     

    The Homework Center is open and located in Room 337 (the achievement center).

     

    Attention all NEW students- the Assets Leadership team will be holding a breakfast for all students new to the Clarkstown district on Friday, Sept. 15 during 4th period in the upper library. All new students should receive an invitation to this breakfast-if you are new and do not receive an invitation or if you have any questions, please see Ms. Solar in rm. 353.

     

    There will be a Yearbook meeting after school tomorrow in the Library. All returning staff and anyone else who is interested in helping create the 2018 yearbook is welcome!

     

    Are you looking for an open-minded space to be able to share your opinions on pressing topics concerning equality?  Then the Women’s Awareness Club is the place for you!  If you are interested join us this Thursday in room 225, for the first WAC meeting.

     

    Who's ready to take care of Business this year with DECA?! For anyone interested in running for a position on the South DECA board, there is a mandatory informational meeting on Wednesday after school in the upper library.

     

    Any junior or Senior interested in the Fall Youth Police Academy, please see Officer Hodges for information and an application.    

     

             

     

     

     

     Sports:

     

    Any 9th or 10 grade girl interested in playing softball this school year please meet with Coach Peterson in the Lobby during extended homeroom.

     

    The JV Field Hockey team beat Scarsdale yesterday 2-1. Claire Bowman along with Riley Stush scored for the Lady Vikings. Aisling Donnelley and Riley Stush both had assists. Goalies Emma Gerlach and Rosalyn Tramm each had two saves.

     

    The lady Vikings volleyball team was victorious over Fox Lane HS 3-1 at South HS. The Vikings were led by Sara Ferraro's 1 ace, 2 kills, 16 assists, and 12 digs and Nichole Meore's 2 kills and 4 blocks.

     

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  • Monday, 9/11/17- Day 4

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/11/2017

    Parking permits will be issued in the lobby by security.  Any student who has never had a parking sticker must take a driving safety course with Officer Hodges.  Applications can be obtained in the main and third floor offices.  The cost for a parking sticker is $2.00. In order to park on school grounds, stickers must be obtained no later than September 29thor you will not be able to park on school grounds. Only seniors who have a brown sticker will be allowed to park in the upper lot.  All other students will park in the lower lot.

    Parking/Driving Class

    The mandatory defensive driving class needed to obtain a parking permit will be held at the beginning of 4th, 5th & 6th periods on September 12th, 13th and 14th.  In order to attend this class, it must be during a free period and you must have the completed parking permit form signed by a parent/guardian. If you have no free periods, please speak to Officer Hodges.

    Just a reminder:  School pictures are tomorrow and Wednesday.  If you did not receive an e-mail concerning orders, please come to the main office.  Please bring your confirmation number and/or order form and check on the day you are taking your photo.

    Attention all performers and designers! Centerstage will be holding its first meeting tomorrow immediately after school in the auditorium. We will be announcing this year's fall drama. All are welcome!

    Centerstage will be holding an audition workshop on Wednesday, September 13 at 2:30 PM in the auditorium. Loni Kennedy who has starred on Broadway in Cats and Evita will be teaching the workshop. All are welcome!

     

    Any Freshmen interested in applying to be a part of the Superintendent's Advisory Council or the Principal's Advisory Council should pick up applications in the Main Office today. Applications are due in the Main Office by the end of the day. 

     

    Attention all superstars! Are you interested in starring in your own film or TV show? Do you want to get behind the camera and create movie magic? Then join the TV Club! Our first meeting will be after school on Thursday, September 14th in the TV studio.

     

    Hey music lovers! Want to play your favorite tunes for the world to hear? Ever want to host your own talk show like Elvis Duran? Join the Radio Club. Our first meeting will be September 14th in the TV studio. Don't forget, everyone has a face for radio!

     

    Attention Freshmen: Student Council Elections for Freshman class officers will be held on Friday, September 29th. Any freshman wishing to run for a position as a class officer on the Student Council must first complete a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    If you love to sing then come join South's glee club, THE AMBASSADORS.

    Ambassadors is a fun, upbeat group that is open to ALL South students.  We bring music and singing many places throughout Rockland County.  We meet every Monday after school in room 198...join us for our first meeting today and see Mr. Bonsignore if you have any questions.

     

    Interested in becoming a peer tutor? Email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu for the application.

     

    Calling all artists, photographers and writers!
    Arcadia is South's art and literary magazine and Ms. DiSavino and Mr. Sandomir will host the first meeting of the year for members old and new on Thursday, September 28th.
    Join us in room 221 at 2:01 to learn more about how you can contribute to the publication of Arcadia 2018. 

     

    Do you want to be a change-maker and ensure peace and security in our world? Then South’s Model UN is the club for you! Join us for our first meeting this Tuesday, 9/12. We will meet at 2:05 in Room 301. See you there!

     

    Engineers, artists, writers, unite!  South’s Robotics Club is having its first meeting Thursday, September 14th in room 321 right after school.  Remember, all grades are welcome and no experience is required!

     

    The Homework Center will begin today in Room 337 (the achievement center).

     

             


     

     

     

     

     

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  • Friday, 9/8/17- Day 3

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/8/2017

    Parking permits will be issued in the lobby by security.  Any student who has never had a parking sticker must take a driving safety course with Officer Hodges.  Applications can be obtained in the main and third floor offices.  The cost for a parking sticker is $2.00. In order to park on school grounds, stickers must be obtained no later than September 29thor you will not be able to park on school grounds. Only seniors who have a brown sticker will be allowed to park in the upper lot.  All other students will park in the lower lot.

    Parking/Driving Class

    The mandatory defensive driving class needed to obtain a parking permit will be held at the beginning of 4th, 5th & 6th periods on September 12th, 13th and 14th.  In order to attend this class, it must be during a free period and you must have the completed parking permit form signed by a parent/guardian. If you have no free periods, please speak to Officer Hodges.

    Just a reminder:  School pictures are on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 12 and 13.  If you did not receive an e-mail concerning orders, please come to the main office.  Please bring your confirmation number and/or order form and check on the day you are taking your photo.

    Attention all performers and designers! Centerstage will be holding its first meeting Tuesday, September 12 immediately after school in the auditorium. We will be announcing this year's fall drama. All are welcome!

    Centerstage will be holding an audition workshop on Wednesday, September 13 at 2:30 PM in the auditorium. Loni Kennedy who has starred on Broadway in Cats and Evita will be teaching the workshop. All are welcome!

     

    Any Freshmen interested in applying to be a part of the Superintendent's Advisory Council or the Principal's Advisory Council should pick up applications in the Main Office today. Applications are due in the Main Office by Monday, September 11. 

     

    Attention all superstars! Are you interested in starring in your own film or TV show? Do you want to get behind the camera and create movie magic? Then join the TV Club! Our first meeting will be after school on Thursday, September 14th in the TV studio. 

    Attention Freshmen: Student Council Elections for Freshman class officers will be held on Friday, September 29th. Any freshman wishing to run for a position as a class officer on the Student Council must first complete a pre-election candidacy packet. Packets can be obtained from Mr. Paul in room 310. See Mr. Paul with any questions.

     

    If you love to sing then come join South's glee club, THE AMBASSADORS.

    Ambassadors is a fun, upbeat group that is open to ALL South students.  We bring music and singing many places throughout Rockland County.  We meet every Monday after school in room 198...join us for our first meeting on Monday Sept. 11 and see Mr. Bonsignore if you have any questions.

     

    There will be a brief meeting for Mock Trial club officers and returning members today in Rm. 333.

     

    Interested in becoming a peer tutor? Email Mr. Ludwig at mludwig@ccsd.edu for the application.  

     

      

     Sports:

     

    The Lady Vikings Soccer had another great OT win over Horace Greeley on Thursday afternoon. The Vikings were down 2-0 at half but came out with a little pride in the second half and were able to tie the score on goals by Fiona Cummings and Caroline Kelly. The Vikings were able to get the game winner with 1:07 left in the 2nd OT with a goal from Fiona Cummings off a pass from Caroline Kelly. Casey Dunbar had another stellar performance with 5 saves including a breakaway in OT. Grace Harnisch had 2 assists on the day.

     

    The Boys JV Soccer team beat Clarkstown North 4-3 yesterday. Cary Karcher scored the first goal to lead the team off. CJ Archul and Mike Renert followed with the next 2 goals. Liam Heanue scored the 4th goal in the last minute to win the game. The boys take on Portchester on Saturday

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  • Thursday, 9/7/17- Day 2

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/7/2017

    Parking permits will be issued in the lobby by security.  Any student who has never had a parking sticker must take a driving safety course with Officer Hodges.  Applications can be obtained in the main and third floor offices.  The cost for a parking sticker is $2.00. In order to park on school grounds, stickers must be obtained no later than September 29thor you will not be able to park on school grounds. Only seniors who have a brown sticker will be allowed to park in the upper lot.  All other students will park in the lower lot.

    Just a reminder:  School pictures are on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 12 and 13.  If you did not receive an e-mail concerning orders, please come to the main office.  Please bring your confirmation number and/or order form and check on the day you are taking your photo.

    Attention Freshmen:

    Viking Connection is excited to welcome you all to Clarkstown South and you are all invited for breakfast tomorrow at 7 AM in the cafeteria. Come join us for a bagel and friendly faces!

     

    Touching Bases, a baseball league for adults with disabilities, needs high school students to assist players during games on Saturday mornings in September and October in Pomona, Orangeburg or Hillburn. The games are recreational in nature and caring and enthusiasm are far more important than baseball knowledge. It's a great opportunity to earn community service hours or for students thinking about careers in special education, recreation and various helping professions to get some experience in an informal setting. Seniors who volunteer will be eligible to compete for a modest end-of-season scholarship. To help 200 players 21 to 90 enjoy baseball, call 845-598-1657 or email RCTouchingbases@aol.com.

     

    Attention all performers and designers! Centerstage will be holding its first meeting Tuesday, September 12 immediately after school in the auditorium. We will be announcing this year's fall drama. All are welcome!

    Centerstage will be holding an audition workshop on Wednesday, September 13 at 2:30 PM in the auditorium. Loni Kennedy who has starred on Broadway in Cats and Evita will be teaching the workshop. All are welcome!

     

    Any Freshmen interested in applying to be a part of the Superintendent's Advisory Council or the Principal's Advisory Council should pick up applications in the Main Office. Applications are due in the Main Office by Monday, September 11. 

     

    Attention Viking Connection Mentors:  There will be a brief meeting after school today in Room 205.  Juniors and seniors there are still a few spots available to be an awesome mentor to our freshmen.  Come to the meeting today and learn more about this exciting opportunity.

     

    Attention all superstars! Are you interested in starring in your own film or TV show? Do you want to get behind the camera and create movie magic? Then join the TV Club! Our first meeting will be after school on Thursday, September 14th in the TV studio. 

     

     

     Sports:

     

    Congratulations to the Vikings Varsity Field Hockey team opened the season with a win over league rival Suffern yesterday. Annie O'Neill scored one goal, Freshman Aine  Keaney scored 2 goals, Shannon Breyfogle scored and had 2 assists, and Kaitlyn Ahle had 2 assists. Tierney Clark had a great game in goal. 

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  • Wednesday, 9/6/17- Day 1

    Posted by Patricia Rooney at 9/6/2017

    Parking permits will be issued in the lobby by security.  Any student who has never had a parking sticker must take a driving safety course with Officer Hodges.  Applications can be obtained in the main and third floor offices.  The cost for a parking sticker is $2.00. In order to park on school grounds, stickers must be obtained no later than September 29thor you will not be able to park on school grounds. Only seniors who have a brown sticker will be allowed to park in the upper lot.  All other students will park in the lower lot.

    Just a reminder:  School pictures are on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 12 and 13.  If you did not receive an e-mail concerning orders, please come to the main office.  Please bring your confirmation number and/or order form and check on the day you are taking your photo.

    Attention Freshmen:

    Viking Connection is excited to welcome you all to Clarkstown South and you are all invited for breakfast this Friday, Sept. 9, at 7 AM in the cafeteria. Come join us for a bagel and friendly faces!

     

    Touching Bases, a baseball league for adults with disabilities, needs high school students to assist players during games on Saturday mornings in September and October in Pomona, Orangeburg or Hillburn. The games are recreational in nature and caring and enthusiasm are far more important than baseball knowledge. It's a great opportunity to earn community service hours or for students thinking about careers in special education, recreation and various helping professions to get some experience in an informal setting. Seniors who volunteer will be eligible to compete for a modest end-of-season scholarship. To help 200 players 21 to 90 enjoy baseball, call 845-598-1657 or email RCTouchingbases@aol.com.

     

    Attention all performers and designers! Centerstage will be holding its first meeting Tuesday September 12 immediately after school in the auditorium. We will be announcing this year's fall drama. All are welcome!

    Centerstage will be holding an audition workshop on Wednesday September 13 at 2:30 PM in the auditorium. Loni Kennedy who has starred on Broadway in Cats and Evita will be teaching the workshop. All are welcome!

     

    Any Freshman interested in applying to be a part of the Superintendent's Advisory Council or the Principal's Advisory Council should pick up applications in the Main Office. Applications are due in the Main Office by Monday, September 11

     

     

     Sports:

     

    Viking Girls Soccer had a great OT win over North Rockland on Tuesday afternoon. The Vikings opened the scoring on a goal by junior Corinne Kelly assisted by senior Angela Basile.  Game winning goal was scored in the 1st OT by senior Fiona Cummings who headed the ball into the goal off a beautifully placed corner kick by junior Grace Harnish. Casey Dunbar was stellar in goal making 8 saves. The Vikings defensive line of Seniors Faith Quinn, Angela Basile, Bailey Cummings and sophomore Caroline Kelly were outstanding all game long. The lady Vikings will host Horace Greeley on Thursday or Friday at home.

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