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Dr. Antionette Harvey -Woodall, Principal
Dr. Antionette Harvey -Woodall, Principal



Level "B" School for 2017-2018
Level "B" School for 2017-2018
Congratulations Simpson Central !
Joe Hanna, Assistant Principal
Joe Hanna, Assistant Principal

College & Career Week

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By Fran Bridges

College and Career Week 2018

Red Ribbon Week
October 22-26, 2018


C:\Users\cbrewer\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache\IE\YH5R0V8R\black_top_hat[1].pngMonday- Hats Off to a Bright Future/ Wear Red Day 

Wear a hat of your preference and wear Red to show your commitment to a drug free lifestyle that will help ensure your future is bright!


C:\Users\cbrewer\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache\IE\24DZEONU\120px-Face-sleep.svg[1].pngTuesday- Dream BIG day!  

Wear pajamas and/or slippers to school (Pajamas must be school appropriate please!)

POSTERS ARE DUE FOR THE POSTER CONTEST BY 8:00 a.m.


C:\Users\cbrewer\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache\IE\7FLGTJWU\graduation-cap[1].jpgWednesday- College is a Path I can Choose Day!  

Wear your favorite/future college's attire.


C:\Users\cbrewer\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache\IE\DSVBYL2I\mickey_minie[1].gifThursday- College: Where Dreams Come True Day!

Wear Disney attire or dress like a Disney Character (Don’t forget that Disney Universe includes Marvel Superheroes and Star Wars too).

C:\Users\cbrewer\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache\IE\24DZEONU\Career_Day_graphic[1].jpgFriday- Career Day!

Dress as the career you plan to have in the future!


K-8 will have career presentations today.  If you or someone you know would be willing to help share about careers, please contact your child’s teacher.

POSTER CONTEST WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED



POSTER CONTEST K-8

Theme: When I Grow Up. . .

Due Date: Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Judging Criteria: Posters will be judged on message, creativity, originality, and neatness

Rules: Posters must be on a standard 22” x 28” poster.  The poster can be drawn, painted, or use mixed media. The poster should be completed by the student and any work deemed to be done by someone other than the student who submits the poster will not be judged.  The student’s name, grade, and homeroom teacher should be written on the BACK of the poster.

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  • Character Ed--Respect
    Character Ed--Respect
    Simpson Central School recently recognized our first students of the month for 2018-2019. The following students were chosen because they exemplified the character trait of RESPECT: Front Row (L-R) Oscar Sebren, Malik Brent, Owen Wolken, Kevin James, Colby Bennett, Kevin Sorrell, Michael Alexander, Harmonie Lofton, Katelyn Reed, Keilani Brent; SECOND ROW (L-R)- Bryson Huff, Lee Ridgeway, Audrey Stevenson, Kambri Hollins, Hunter Bairfield, Marlie Neely, Brandon Swilley, Eli Brewer, Damario Carr; BACK ROW (L-R)- Billy Higgins, Austin Melton, Vincent Dixon, Tyonna Coleman, Merritt Lykens, Mandy Thompson, Singleton Moore, Kemontee Jackson, and A'Mya Jones.
  • The faculty and staff of SCS vote on the honor of being named teacher and staff member of the month. These individuals are recognized as educators who not only do a wonderful job teaching the character trait of the month to our students, but who also exemplifies that character trait daily for our students to emulate. Meagan Hanna was selected as the Staff Member of the Month for Respect and Keri McRaney was selected as the Teacher of the Month for Respect.
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