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Members of the South Pike Central Office wear their District Champ shirts to show support of our Eagle boys on tonight. State testing begins at the high school campus on November 28 through December 15.  Students will be assessed in Algebra I, Biology I, English II and US History. South Pike takes on the East Central Hornets in the 3rd round of playoffs in Magnolia, MS.  Tickets are $8.00 or only a state pass can be used for admittance.  Kickoff time is 7:00 p.m. Eva Gordon Lower will be hosting a literacy and math night.  It will be November 28 beginning at 6:00 p.m.  Thanksgiving break is set for November 20-24.  Classes will resume Monday, November 27. The SPHS seniors were taken on a trip to visit SMCC. The South Pike Eagles are victorious over Greene County in Round 2 of the playoffs! Education breeds confidence. Confidence breeds hope. Hope breeds peace. - Confucius

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Johnnie Vick, Superintendent

Johnnie Vick
Superintendent

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SPJH-DAR OVERALL WINNER

Congratulations to the South Pike Junior High for being named the overall winner in the local 2017-2018 DAR American History Essay Contest.  Alana Brown-Davis has been named overall winner from all Pike County entrants.  Her essay has been moved to the state level contest where a winner willbe announced after January 1.  In February, Alana will be presented at the meeting of the Judith Robinson Chapter of DAR.

Eva Gordon Lower, Upper, and Osyka Elementary Schools receive the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Grant for the 2017-2018 school year
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Dropout Prevention Plan

South Pike School District’s Dropout Prevention Plan was developed by a committee of school administrators, parents, and community leaders to review data and address specific needs through the development of targeted goals and activities. The overarching goals are those of the state dropout prevention plan, which in MS Code § 37-13-80, sets a benchmark graduation rate of 85% by school year 2018-19.

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