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  • 5/25/2020

    The finish line is in sight.  This week marks the last week of the school year at SFHS.  Please remind your students to reach out to their teachers and finish all assignments to ensure that they can maintain their grades that they have earned.  It is not too late!

    Moving into the summer months, much is still unknown. Here are a few updates:

    Senior pictures: Rising Seniors, Class of 2021, complete the online form to begin the process for your senior pictures. Information is posted in the Class of 2021 Google Classroom. Join code ig4mzbv

    Parking: Rising Juniors & Seniors interested in parking, details will be posted here in the upcoming weeks. 

    Locker items: Due to safety concerns and current CDC guidelines, student items left on campus will not be retrieved at this time.  If there are special circumstances, please email us at sfhshelp@martin.k12.fl.us and you will receive a reply.  

    Athletics: Members of athletic teams, although organized, on-campus group workouts are still prohibited, Bulldog coaches have been given the green light to post-workout programs that you can do individually away from campus. You must make sure that you let your coach know that you participating in the workout program, along with having a current physical on file. Information will be out very soon regarding physical requirements (places & dates for getting a physical and updated physical packet for the 2020-21 school year). Go to www.sfbulldogathletics.com for future updates.

     

    Thank you for your continued support and excitement in these tough times.  Go Bulldogs! 

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  • Today Friday May 22nd was intended to be your graduation and while things are different, different is not always bad.

    Let me invite you to experience some ways that we will celebrate your graduation night before we come together in person on July 24.  Tonight at 7:00pm we will post messages from your South Fork staff as we congratulate you on your accomplishments.  You will find these messages on the South Fork & Martin School District Facebook pages, Instagram, Twitter, and Google classroom.  At military time 20:20 (8:20pm) we encourage you to look in the sky and view the spotlight shining on you from SFHS, turn on your exterior lights to show your solidarity with our seniors.  As our sendoff message concludes, please continue watching our Senior memories video with clips and music collected from your senior submissions.  Our night will conclude with an airing of our prize giveaway, Project Graduation viewable on the Senior Class of 2020 Google Classroom.  Check and see if you are a winner of a TV, Airpods or laptop.  

    After honoring your achievements, all seniors will drive through SFHS on Tuesday May 26th between the hours of 8:00am-6:00pm.  On this visit you will drop off any remaining items specifically textbooks, uniforms, laptops, pay fees and pick up… ordered cap and gowns, graduation cords, stoles and yard signs.  Seniors will receive their preordered yearbooks and when all obligations are met- YOU WILL LEAVE WITH YOUR DIPLOMA!  South Fork is also pleased to send you home with a unique gift, a legacy letter from our community wishing you well as you take the next steps in your journeys.  This is a tradition unique to South Fork and personalized for each of our graduates.

    For safety reasons, please refer to these specific directions on how to receive these items on Tuesday May 26th.  If you are sick or have come in contact with someone who is, please do not come on this date, simply email us and we will make special arrangements when you are well. 

    Your student’s responsibility on Tuesday May 26th is as follows:

    1. Prior to arrival- place a sign and your (or parent who is picking up) ID, name- first and last and 4300 number visibly in the windshield
    2. Label and bag all of your items for return with name and 4300 number and place visibly in your trunk
    3. Place all fees in an envelope with labeled with name and 4300 number on the front of the envelope
    4. Upon entering Bulldog Drive- open trunk
    5. You will follow the leader through three stations
      1. Textbook, Uniform, Miscellaneous drop-off
      2. Laptop drop off
      3. Graduation Item Pick up
    6. You will remain in the vehicle with windows up at all times

    We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday and can’t wait to share tonight’s exciting shows, lights, and prize giveaways.

     

    Congratulations class of 2020! 

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  • Attention Class of 2021!

    You’re finally a senior and we have some information regarding your senior portraits.

    Please click on the link for a 90-second video from our school’s exclusive photographer, Cady Studios. Be sure to watch the entire video and fill out the contact form, so you will receive information on how to schedule your senior portraits. cady.com/2021

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  • Congratulations Class of 2020!
     
    Graduation...are you ready? While we cannot change the current circumstances we are faced with as a society, we are committed to doing everything possible to celebrate the most significant of senior milestones – graduation – in a way that honors your individual and collective accomplishments, as well as the resiliency and unique, spirt of your graduating class.
    1. Graduation Ceremony: Friday, July 24th at 9:00am.
      1. Please complete this quick survey for the graduation ceremony. Click here (Senior google sign in required)
    2. Share your videos, pictures and song suggestions as we capture your memories of the Senior Class of 2020 and your next steps leaving South Fork High School. (Senior google sign in required)
    3. "Everyman Speech" Every year, SFHS has a student speaker at graduation that is considered the representative of the senior class. This student has a story to share, it is not necessary for them to have the highest GPA, best attendance, play a sport or take AP classes. This student is someone who speaks from the heart and inspires their class. A committee reviews your submissions and the winner will be contacted. Deadline is Tuesday May 26. Please limit your narrative to 400 words and submit on the Senior Class of 2020 Google Classroom.
    4. Senior check out letter
    5. Senior timeline
    6. Senior Exit form to indicate your post-grad plans and where to send your final transcript ️
    7. Senior Class of 2020 Google classroom:
      • Join code qaep4gn 
      • Upload photos and videos celebrating your career at SFHS
    8. Order your Cap & Gowns from Herff Jones https://www.herffjones.com/schools/highschool/09003581000/
    9. Complete all SFHS classes, Edgenuity classes, FLVS and IRSC classes in order to participate in graduation!
     
     
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  • Spring Assessments

    Please open the following links for specific details based upon the postponement of the Spring 2020 assessments.

    COVID-19 Assessment Plan: Link

    COVID 19 Assessment Letter for High School Students Enrolled in an EOC course (Algebra I, Geometry, Biology, and/or U.S. History) during the 2019-20 school year: Link

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  • PARENT AND STUDENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM #356

    If requested please indicate your permission here.

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  • Report Cards on FOCUS

    An electronic version of the Quarter 3 report card is available on the Student FOCUS portal.  Please click here to view directions on how to access.

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  • 3/29/30

    We begin our digital instruction program on Monday, March 30.

    On Monday, teachers have developed ways to continue the academic process with some prerecorded lessons and assignments.  Your student’s responsibility is to check-in and initiate communication. Students need to respond to teacher communication, in fact, the first few assignments are for the purpose of ensuring lines of communication are open. It is important that you encourage your student to log in to their Google classrooms daily through the ClassLink pathway, to ensure proper attendance will be recorded and to ensure students are up to date on class information and assignments.

    Virtual learning is flexible!  It will not mirror a traditional in school bell schedule; there is no expectation for students nor teachers to be at the computer all day. Just like in a typical classroom, teachers will be available to provide instruction, coaching and support through “live chat instruction” during the hours outlined below in our daily schedule. Throughout the day and into the evening, Students can access their classrooms by signing in and out using ClassLink and they are encouraged to do so. Because there may be some scheduling conflicts, Teachers will communicate directly with students through Google Classroom and share any adaptations of live instruction time, through this communication, some live instruction time may occur outside of the designated window.  Here is our school's daily schedule from the District

    Virtual class schedule

    If your family does not have access to the internet in your home, Comcast is currently offering its internet essentials package free. Please see the MCSD website for details.

    Please have your child log into ClassLink using the icon on their District-issued laptop or by going to martinschools.org and clicking the ClassLink button on the homepage on a personal device. This Classlink pathway is critical as it will offer a means to have your child marked present and in attendance daily. Upon entering through ClassLink, then accessing the Google Classroom dashboard, students should make certain that they are able to access all of their classes by clicking the “join” button at the bottom of the landing page for each class. If a student cannot find a class or is in need of the join code, missing Google Classroom codes can be found in the assignment section of a class on the student’s FOCUS account. 

    We anticipate that you or your student will have questions about technology, instructional materials or the digital learning process.  Your first step is to communicate to your child’s teacher, who will provide an answer or refer the question to a District administrator who can provide additional support. Teachers can be contacted through the Google Classroom or email; here is the link to the staff directory found on our website.

    In the event that your child has not been assigned to a particular classroom, or if you have questions about next week, please email sfhshelp@martin.k12.fl.us or email a member of our Administrative team.

    For your benefit, I have created a Google Classroom (Hangout with Mr.Blavatt), join with code z3fkk3j I too will be conducting “live instruction” for all students, teachers, parents or community members who would like to chat.  

    Thank you for your patience, support and confidence in our tremendous staff who is doing their very best to provide everything your child needs. Starting tomorrow remember The 3 C’s:

    1. Use Classlink to access Google Classroom daily

    2. Commit to Learning and be active in your process, attendance and grades matter towards earning credit

    3. Communicate- We recognize that every family has various needs and challenges, please take the time to communicate your needs with your teachers.

    Lastly, please continue to monitor the Martin County School District’s dedicated Coronavirus webpage at www.martinschools.org/coronavirusinfo This webpage is updated on a continuous basis and contains information about where to obtain free meals for children, our digital learning plan, tutorials for parents and students on Google Classroom and other digital applications and illness prevention resources.

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  • Student Code for Technology

    Please review the Student Code for Technology including Student online etiquette, manners and best practices.

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  • Martin County School District Continuity (Digital Learning) Plan 

    Please click here to view the district's continuity plan:

    • Instructional Plan Overview
    • Content Delivery
    • Virtual Instruction
    • Teaching Expectations for Virtual Instruction
    • Laptop Deployment and Pickup
    • Roles in Supporting Virtual Instruction
    • Laptop Care at Home
    • Student Code for Technology Use
    • Student Contract and Honors Code
    • Community Technology Resources
    • Parent and Student Resources
    • Assessment Guide
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  • Martin County School District Virtual Instruction

    Wondering what virtual instruction will look like for your child and how you can support their learning process?  Check out the Martin County Parents' Guide to Google Classroom here.

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  • Get the latest MCSD news delivered straight to your inbox!

    To join the Martin Moments e-Newsletter mailing list, please click here.  Including school district updates, technology resources, free meals for children, Educational resources for families, community health and more!    

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  • There's an App for that! Download the SFHS app now:

     

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  • Free Tutoring

    Beginning Monday Jan.27, tutoring days are being changed to Monday and Wednesday. 

    Monday room 2-114 from 3:00pm-5:30pm

    Wednesday room 2-106 from 3:00pm-5:30pm 

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  • Yearbook Pre-Order:

    Yearbook Order

    Students can now pre-order a South Fork High School Yearbook online and upload photos.

    Click the Following Link: Yearbook Order Center.com

    Get yours ordered TODAY for the best deal!

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  • Planning to be a Volunteer?

    Registration begins online August 5, 2019

    Level 1 volunteers are required to complete an e270 prior to their on campus service during school hours.

    Level 2 volunteers have to complete a registration every year and require a background screening every two years.  Any service on our campus during non-school hours and ALL off campus service requires level 2 clearance.  (This includes all drivers as well.)

    Click Here for More Info: 2019-2020 Volunteer Registration Information

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