November is National American Indian Heritage Month - The Iroquois Confederacy would plant Corn “maize”, Beans, and Squash. These three plants were identified as the “three sisters”. Today we understand the complexity of this planting process and call this companion planting. Not all plains people feature the tipi as their traditional dwelling, the Umonhon (Omaha people), Ponca, and Arikara traditionally lived in earth lodges and did not change camps frequently.
South High's JROTC is sponsoring a canned food drive, through next Friday, December 4th. Staff and students are encouraged to participate and donate canned goods. Items can be dropped off in the main office or in the JROTC areas--rooms 156 and 157. The canned foods will be donated to the Heartland Hope Mission. Questions, please see a JROTC cadet or Sergeant Sorensen or Colonel Smith.
South High is raising money to build a new arts addition to our school. This exciting addition will add a new state-of-the art studio theatre and a beautiful art gallery to our school! We need your support! Community donors want to know that our students and staff support the project. You can help by donating to Giving Tuesday on December 1st or Giving Thursday on December 3rd. We need to be able to say that a significant number of our South High family members are participating in the project. No amount is too small! You can drop off your donation during lunch on December 1st and 3rd. You will receive a sticker to wear, showing your support of South High. If you have any questions, see Ms. Noble.
Louder Than a Bomb will host a special Thanksgiving Feast of poetry, today at 4:00 via Teams. See Ms. Oliver in 347 or Mr. Furrer in 360 for an invitation to the virtual table. Writers, rappers and any other wordsmiths are welcomed.
Attention Packers: We will not have Virtual Tutoring this week. We will return on Tuesday, December 1st ready to help you. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Important Announcement: There will NOT be meals 2 go on Wednesday of this week.
Buffalo Style Chicken Munchins with a Tea Roll
Sandwich of the Day: Garden Veggie