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September 20 - 7th/8th Grade Volleyball Shuttle Times
Pickup shuttle times for 7th & 9th Grade Volleyball on Saturday, September 20th are: Elkton 7:10 AM; Adams 7:20 AM; Taopi 7:30 AM, Rose Creek 7:40 AM.
September 20 - Chicken Fry for New York Trip
Chicken Fry at Adams Legion on Saturday, September 20th is sponsored by students going to New York this year. Please come and support our students.
September 29 - New York Trip Meeting
There will be a meeting for students who signed up for the New York trip and their parents on Monday, September 29th at 6:00 p.m. in the auditorium. All details on the trip will be discussed at this meeting.
October 2 - Parents Night for Volleyball
October 3 - 1st Quarter Midterm
October 3 - Parents Night for Football
October 9 - Senior Night for Volleyball
October 13 - MS/HS Evening Conferences
October 15 - PSAT Testing
Cost $14.00. Contact Mike Johnson for details - 507.582.3568 or email@example.com.
October 15 - Senior Night for Football
October 16 - No School - Education MN Conference
October 17 - No School - Education MN Conference
October 20 - No School - Staff Development
October 24 - Preschool Screening
Southland Preschool Screening will be held Friday October 24th at Little Cedar Church in Adams. Appointment times will be mailed out in October. Please call 582-3405 if you have questions.
October 25 - Dad's Belgian Waffle Breakfast
The elementary school will be hosting Dad's Belgian Waffle Breakfast on Saturday, October 25. Special guest will be Southland Alumni, Julie Kramer, current bestselling author and former WCCO news journalist. She will be signing her current bestseller, Delivering Death, and greeting old friends. Click here for more details.
November 6 - End of 1st Quarter - 45 Days
November 7 - No School - Staff Development/Work Time
November 10 - 2nd Quarter Begins
November 20 - Elementary Evening Conferences
November 21 - End of 1st Trimester
November 24 - Elementary Evening Conferences
November 25 - Elementary Evening Conferences
November 26 - No School - Thanksgiving Break
November 27 - No School - Thanksgiving Break
November 28 - No School - Thanksgiving Break
December 1 - MS/HS Evening Conferences
December 12 - 2nd Quarter Midterm
December 24- January 2 - No School - Winter Break
January 5 - School Resumes
January 19 - No School - Staff Development
January 23 - End of 2nd Quarter/1st Semester - 43/88 Days
January 26 - No School - Staff Development/Work Time
January 27 - 3rd Quarter Begins
February 9 - 8th - 11th Evening Conferences (Registration)
February 16 - No School - President's Day
February 27 - 3rd Quarter Midterm
March 4 - Friends & Family Free Final Dress Rehearsal
The final dress rehearsal of the spring musical, Beauty & the Beast will be held on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 4:00 PM. This performance is free for friends and family of the cast and crew.
March 5 & 6 - Public Performances of Beauty & the Beast
March 6 - End of Second Trimester
March 9 - MS/HS Evening Conferences
March 27 - End of 3rd Quarter - 43 Days - School dismissed at 12:00 PM
March 30 - 4th Quarter Begins
April 2 - No School - Spring Break (Possible Snow Day Make-Up Date)
April 3 - No School - Spring Break
April 6 - No School - Spring Break
April 16 - Elementary Evening Conferences
April 27-29 - 7th Grade to Eagle Bluff
May 1 - 4th Quarter Midterm
May 24 - Commencement
May 25 - No School - Memorial Day
June 2 - End of 4th Quarter/2nd Semester - 43/86 days; Last Day of School
Southland Rebel Parent T-Shirts for Sale
DUE TO THE LOW NUMBER OF T-SHIRTS ORDERED, WE ARE EXTENDING THE DEADLINE TO SEPTEMBER, 26TH; WE NEED AT LEAST 20 SHIRTS TO PLACE AN ORDER AND WE ARE ONLY HALF WAY THERE. For any parents who would like to order a “Southland Rebel Parent” t-shirt (these are t-shirts that we have had available for several years that parents can order and wear for any rebel sporting events). You can order the shirt with your last name on the back or you can just order the shirt without your name. The prices are $8.00 for no name and $18.00 with last name on the back for the S-XL; add $3.00 for anything larger than a XL and if you want it tall add another $3.00. The money will be collected at the time you place the order. To order, please contact LeAnn Emanuel at home (507) 582-3202, cell 438-1984 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Parents are encouraged to wear the t-shirts for all sporting events, ESPECIALLY PARENTS' NIGHT. Please make checks payable to Robert’s Specialty. When the t-shirts come in, you will be contacted to make arrangements to get the t-shirts to you. Depending on when the shirts are ready, LeAnn may have a table set up at either a home football game (near the concession stand) or volleyball game for you to pick them up.
Superintendent Jeff Sampson Video Blog
Homecoming King and Queen
Congratulations to the 2014 Southland Homecoming Queen, Corbyn Bendtsen, and King Adam Koenigs. Members of the court are Anna Bruggeman, Kaitlyn Kirtz, McKenzie Kirtz, Haley Laack, Colton Allen, Cole Erie, Nick Finbraaten, Lucas Mandt. Photo courtesy of the Southland Rebel Fans Facebook Page.
Star Spangled Banner Day
September 12, 2014, marks the 200th Anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner. Southland Middle and High School Students and Staff joined together on that day to sing and play our National Anthem.
Southland Elementary School has an immediate opening for a classroom paraprofessional. Primary responsibilities will include assisting special education students in a classroom environment. Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree or be eligible for Parapro certification. If interested please contact Brian Schoen, Elementary Principal.
Prom Photo CDs
There are still some unclaimed Prom 2014 photo CDs - please claim in Mrs. Mortenson’s room. Remember-all prom attendees paid for one with their prom fee.
Items Needed For FACS I Class
The FACS I Class is looking for items to alter and make into new items. We are in need of used sweatshirts any size and men's button down shirts size medium and larger. Check your closets and see if you have some that you no longer wear. We will be creating mittens and aprons from these items. If you have any, you can drop them off at the high school office, or call Carmen Thompson FACS teacher at the school and leave a message. We are also always in need of fabric scraps, thread and notions. Thank You!
Order Your 2015 High School Yearbook
You may now order your 2015 high school yearbook at www.jostensyearbooks.com.
Help at Volleyball Games Needed
Announcer and clock combination help needed for all b-squad and varsity home volleyball games. Call the school at 507-582-3568 if interested.
Parent/Family Educator - Adult
Southland Early Childhood is looking to hire a licensed Parent/Family Educator to provide classes for parents two evenings each week (Monday and Thursday) and one morning (Friday), a total of 7.5 hours during family education calendar. This time includes direct class time as well as preparation time. If you are interested in applying, please send a letter of interest to Veronica Kirkpatrick, 203-2nd Street N.E., Adams, MN 55909.
Click here to view Mr. Sallee's referendum presentation. When viewing the presentation, click on the pause button to view individual slides for a longer duration.
"The Southland School District strives to prepare its students to lead fulfilling lives as responsible citizens in today’s society. The learning environment will be inviting, respectful, supportive, inclusive, and flexible for student success. We believe that all learners must become: Inspired learners who are accountable for demonstrating, assessing and directing their present and life-long intellectual growth; Effective communicators who will use verbal, written, artistic and technological forms of communication to give, send and receive information; Productive workers who perform collaboratively and independently to create quality products and services that reflect personal pride and responsibility; Responsible citizens who have a global and multicultural perspective, and who take the initiative for improving the quality of life for self and others; Resourceful thinkers who independently and creatively strive to solve complex problems through reflection, appropriate risk taking, and critical evaluation."