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South Robeson High School

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  • May 30-Senior Beta Club Induction & National Honor Society Induction at 6:00 pm in School Cafeteria

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    Girls: Modest Length Dress
    Guys: Dress Pants & Dress Shirt 
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  • May 24-Senior Picnic

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  • June 4-Underclassment Awards @ 6 p.m.

    June 6-Senior Awards @ 6 p.m.

    June 10-14-Exams

    June 14-Last Day of School for Students

    June 21-Graduation @ RCC @ 10:00 a.m. (must have ticket to attend)

               -Project Graduation

     

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Welcome

  •  Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year at South Robeson High School! The administrative team and I are certain this year will be filled with many rewarding and valuable learning opportunities. Our team is eager to bring our collective experience and skills together as educational leaders to ensure your child's success. We look forward to having a successful school year as we work collaboratively with you as parent's, the community, our teachers, and students to build positive relationships and provide a quality education for students.

     
    South Robeson high School is small, but we are committed to fulfilling our school mission to provide a safe, nurturing environment and educational opportunities that encourage students to learn, develop, and apply skills to reach their full potential. Our faculty is dedicated to creating a high quality, challenging learning environment that meets the expectations of the North Carolina educational standards and Public Schools of Robeson County curriculum requirements. Our goal is to ensure that each student graduates from SRHS prepared to compete for college and careers in the 21st century.
     
    The SRHS administrative team is excited to begin what promises to be an excellent school year. Throughout the year, as a school we will focus on the 4 R's: Providing academic experiences for students that are rigorous and relevant, building relationships, and making real-world connections that help prepare students for the 21st century life. We believe that by accomplishing these, we will ultimately see results as students leave our school college and career ready.
     
    We look forward to working with you as a team to help each student have a successful school year at South Robeson High School! Please feel free to contact the school if you have questions, concerns, or suggestions.
     
    Sincerely,
     
    Darrell Franklin, Assistant Principal
    Leslie Harris, Assistant Principal
    Jonathan Blue, Principal
     
     
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SRHS News

  • SRHS Prom

    SRHS Prom theme this year was Las Vegas. Students and staff danced the night away. Prom King was Emilio Leach. Prom Queen was Shandel McCallum. 

     collage of students dressed for prom       students dressed for prom

     


    SRHS Employee Awarded Employee of Month

    Lula Ratley received the Classified Employee of the Month Award for May at Tuesday's Board meeting. Mrs. Ratley is the ISS coordinator and Varsity Girls Basketball Coach.

    Ratley receiving Employee of Month Award


    South Robeson Senior, Marquice, advances to the 1-A State Track and Field Championship in the shot put and discus

    marquice preparing to throw discus Marquice throwing the discus


    UNCP Speaks to SRHS Students

    Chancellor Cummings and Taley Strickland, Assistant Director of Admissions at UNCP, visited South Robeson this morning and spoke to our Juniors and Seniors about UNCP. 

     

    UNCp Chancellor    UNCP Chancellor


    Read Across America

    South Robeson Students visited Green Grove Elementary and Fairgrove Middle school to read to students as part of the Read Across America initiative.

     

    SRHS at Green Grove for Read Across America   Read Across America


    Black History Month Program

    SRHS Black History Program started with the JROTC posting of colors and SRHS student Ashante Brown singing the National Anthem. SRHS students and teachers presented a skit accompanied with music and songs from the Chorus. The Chorus also performed the Negro National Anthem and Glory. Guest speaker, Sandy Grove Baptist Church pastor Byrd gave an inspirational message for students to reach their potential. The program ended with a performance by the SRHS Drum line.

    Black History Program skit actors Pastor Byrd at Black History Program SRHS Drum line Mr Buie speaking at Black History Program

     


    Hands-on Learning at SRHS

    Students were allowed to commit vandalism in Biology classes. Using colored chalk, students wrote about and drew the stages of mitosis on the lab tables.

    mitosis drawn on tables    students in science class    students in science class

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    Biology classes have been creating projects and conducting experiments. Recently, students studied their check tissue under the microscope. A small sample of inside mouth check tissue was used for students to study cells. Students have also been studying other types of cells such as plant and animal. 

    science projects   science project   science projects

    State Employees Credit Union conducted the Reality of Life simulation at SRHS. Students were randomly given a form that listed their job based on education level, martial status, income, and family situation. Students went to different stations to learn about housing, transportation, groceries, childcare coasts, communications, entertainment and more. At each station students had to make a decision and deduct the cost from their disposable income. If students could not make it, they had the option to take a part-time job to make ends meet.

    SRHS participate in a ACT boot camp to help prepare them for the ACT. ACT test scores are used by many colleges as part of admittance requirements.

    Students in Biology class conduct several experiments. Biology students have been learning about polymers. Students combined regular household items to create slime. They also tested the PH levels of unknown liquids and using observation skills had to determine what was in the Mystery Box.

      Science lab 1   science lab 2

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    Psychology students are learning about the nervous system and the role it plays in behavior. Students had to create a neuron out of candy and explain the different parts of the neuron.

     candy neuron candy neuron 1 candy neuron 2


    SRHS is Moving on Up

    SRHS is currently in the process of installing new white boards. Most of the east and west building boards have been installed. The SRHS Mustang received a new coat of paint.

    Mrs. Little and new white board                       mustang mascot


    Sports Banquets

    Girls Tennis Banquet was held January 8 at the Texas Steakhouse in Lumberton. Awards were given to the following athletes:Effie O.-Ms. Mustang,Karen S.-Most Improved, Lauren B.-Rookie of the Year, Miami H.-Ms. Mustang, Cambyl S. Best All Around.

    Volleyball Banquet was held January 9 at Pizza Inn in Laurinburg. Awards were given to the following athletes: Teyha B. - Most Valuable Player, Haley W. - Best Defense, Nytia L. - Best Offense, Kyla L. - Best All Around, Haliya W. - Most Improved.

     

    rStudents who recieved Tennis Awards              Students who received Volleyball awards

     

     


    Caroling at Nursing Home

    SRHS Tri-M and the choral ensemble visited Personal Touch Family Care in Rowland Tuesday December 17 to sing for the residents. The residents and employees enjoyed our visit and even sang along with us. They were very appreciative of the gifts bags we gave to them and thanks to generosity of staff and students we were able to fill 24 gift bags with multiple items.

    SRHS students caroling    SRHS students caroling


    Pop-Up Coffee Shop

    Each Monday in December the staff has be treated to free coffee, cider, hot coco, and tea. Staff was encouraged to bring their favorite coffee mug to fill up. Staff members have provided K-cups, tea, and cider for their co-workers to enjoy. The first two Mondays in December staff also enjoyed Christmas cookies. The last Monday the staff was treated to Krispy Kreme doughnuts. 

    Staff with free coffee   Pop up Coffee Shop at SRHS  Staff with Coffee mugs


    Holiday Spirit

    SRHS students and staff have been participating in Home for the Holidays week. Each day has a theme for  holiday dress. Theme Days are: Blizzard Out (favorite scarf), Holiday Head wear, Ugly Sweater, Candy Cane, and Elf Day. Students and staff have enjoyed seeing each other in their holiday wear. PTO is sponsoring a Movie Block, where students will watch a Christmas video together in the gym. PTO will be selling snacks during the movie. 

    Ugly Sweater Day At SRHS           Holiday cheer collage


    PTO

    PTO has been selling tickets to win a 32 inch TV. Staff and students were in a contest to see who could sell the most tickets to receive a prize. At the December 13 PTO meeting the winning ticket was drawn, Mr. Roger Lynch won. PTO raised $374 dollars after expenses.

    The band and chorus played and sang several songs. A meal was served to students and staff. Parents and students voted on the most ugly sweater worn by staff members. Mrs Ford, Mrs. Locklear, Mrs. Bartley, and Mrs Imbufe were chosen by the staff as ugliest sweaters. Parents and students chose Mrs. Locklear as the the ugliest sweater. 

     Roger Lynch, winner of TV raffle                            Ugly sweater winner

                                           TV Winner: Roger Lynch                                                        Ugly Sweater Winner: Mrs. Locklear


    Math Challenge

    The math department challenged students to solve a math riddle. Students will given several weeks to solve the math riddle. Kaitlyn and Arisin were two of six students to solve the math challenge. Winners received gift baskets full of goodies.

    math winners with principal  

     


    Native American Program: Harvesting Native Traditions

    Winnifer Jacobs opened the program with short history on the origins of Native American month. Lumbee Ambassadors Kerigahn Jacobs, Lyndsey Locklear, Keely Deel, and Ashtyn Thomas performed a skit highlighting the history of the Lumbee Tribe. Drum circle and dancers performed traditional dances. Students and staff joined in the fun by participating in the Circle Dance.

     

    Lumbee Ambassadors             Native American Dancers  

    Native American Dancers             Circle Dance

     


    Homecoming Week

    Students and staff participated all week in the Spirit Days: Sports Day, Twin Day, Character Day, Retro Day, and Spirit Day. Gifts were given out to the winners for each Spirit Day. The week ended with a Pep Rally in the gym. Our juniors brought the noise allowing them to win the Spirit Stick, but the Seniors and Sophomores  made plenty of noise also. Students and staff enjoyed performances by the SRHS dancers, band, cheerleaders, UNCP cheer squad, and joint performances of UNCP and SRHS cheerleaders. 

    SRHS Dance class   SRHS Band

     SRHS Cheerleaders     SRHS and UNCP Cheerleaders

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