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South Pike hosted its 2018 Military Ball Chander Jenkins win Science Award. The Boys' Powerlifting team placed 2nd in Regionals held at the Willie E. Jones Coliseum. The Lady Eagles Powerlifting Team placed 2nd in the regional meet held in Moss Point. The SciPi teams win 3rd place. Education breeds confidence. Confidence breeds hope. Hope breeds peace. - Confucius

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Johnnie Vick, Superintendent

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South Pike vs Lawrence County

The South Pike Eagles will be traveling to Lawrence County for playoff action on Tuesday, February 20.  The Lady Eagles will be in play beginning at 6:00 p.m. followed by the Eagle boys. Come out and support our Eagles!

School Make-Up Days

Make up days for the inclement weather days missed are as follows:

  • Monday, February 19
  • Saturday, March 24
  • Monday, April 2
  • Saturday, April 14

All days are considered regular school days. All transportation will be provided for students.  

District Health & Wellness Council

South Pike School District requests your membership on the District Health & Wellness Council.

Parent Center News

ATTENTION: The Parent Center has a change in schedule for the spring semester 2018.  We will provide services to parents in the office Monday - Wednesday from 8 - 4 pm and by appointments on Thurday and Friday.  As always, if the parent center can be of any assistance to you, please contact Angie Berry at 601-783-0436.

Thank you and have a very prosperous year!

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SPSD's Featured Content

NCLB District Report Card 2016-17
The MS Department of Education has issued the NCLB District Report Card for 2016-17.  The report reflects seven (7) categories related to the MS Accountability System.  As a requirement of ESSA the district report has been changed for compliance.  

http://mdereports.mdek12.org/data/nclb_rc/2017/District/5712.pdf

 

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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Literacy Based Promotion 2016-2017

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