SPHS Weekly Updates 9/12-9/19

A 5 Star School with 5 Star Students and Staff

Welcome Mr. Shoup!!!

South Pointe High School welcomes Derek Shoup as assistant principal for the 2022-23 school year.
Shoup has spent seven years as a Dean of Students in Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools. Prior to taking an administrative role, he spent about nine years as a science teacher in Charlotte. He earned a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from Wingate University and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Western Michigan University.

Progress Reports: We have reached the midpoint of the first quarter! Please review your student's up to date progress in all courses in Canvas this Wednesday September 14th.

SPHS 5 Star School Counseling Dept Updates

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Updates from the Yearbook Staff

YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE!!! We sold out last year, don't miss your chance! Order for $10 off with the Back to School special until September 16!


Senior Ads are now on sale! View the document for more information.


ALL 9-12 graders - Click Here For Schedule

Seniors' LAST CHANCE Click Here for Schedule - Please refer questions to APadgett@rhmail.org or send Padgett a Canvas message

SEPTEMBER MAKE UP SCHOOL: This will be the last month for Spring 22 FAs to he made up. All make up school sessions are $20. Session Dates Every Tuesday and Thursday after school from 4-7pm Saturdays (10,17 & 24) from 8:00am - 4:00pm

Has your student been absent?

It is very important that when students are absent that we receive a note documenting why they were out. These notes/excuses can be emailed to: SPHAbsenceDocumentation@rhmail.org

Remember: For a student to clear an FA using competency based credit, ALL absences must he documented.

If you have any questions about a students absence, contact: Mr. McCloud (nmccloud@rhmail.org) or Ms. Jennings (ljennings@rhmail.org)

Student Handbook Highlight: Cell Phone Usage

It is important for all families to review the 2022-2023 Student Handbook so that policies are familiar and expectations are understood. You can view the entire handbook by clicking here: 2022 Student Hanbook

This week we would like to highlight the portion referring to cell phone usage and video recordings taken during school activities.


For purposes of this policy, a personal electronic device includes, but is not limited to: cell phones, gaming devices, or other devices that emit an audible signal, vibrate, display a message, display or record an image, or otherwise summon or deliver a communication to the possessor.

Cell Phones and Ear Buds are allowed before school, after school, during lunch and during class changes. When in class, cell phones and ear buds should be off and out of sight, unless being used for instructional purposes. Teachers will signal the appropriate time during class for use of electronic devices verbally and with a Red (No Cell phone) or Green (Cell phone can be used) sign. NOTE: Headphones that cover the ears are not allowed.

School Rule Unauthorized Cell Phone Use: Students should not use cell phones during the school day to contact other students, parents, or guardians without prior authorization from school faculty or staff members.

Students may not video record any classroom teacher, classroom instruction, school administrator, or other students unknowingly or without approval. Any such school video(s) recording that are shown/shared is not allowed and will be considered a violation of creating a school disturbance and may be punishable by law enforcement.

Students may not use cell phones or any other electronic device to record or post videos of fights or any other acts which pose a threat to the physical or mental welfare of students, teachers or other school personnel or school facilities; or which creates a disruption in the orderly operation of any phase of the school program. Doing so will result in an immediate level 2 or 3 consequence.

Other Unauthorized use of a cell phone or other personal electronic device may include, but is not limited to: taking pictures or recording without permission, cheating, harassment or bullying, use during any emergency drill, use while being transported on state or district-owned vehicles, use during unauthorized times or use for unlawful activities.

Great Job to Our Cross Country Team!!!

Garrett Brown had the highest finish among all Stallion runners with a 9th place finish. Our boys team finished in 11th place with our Girls finishing Girls 9th overall!

Out of 28 runners, the Stallions had 26 kids either have their Personal Record, or their Seasons Best! Great job Stallions!!

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This Week in Athletics

Monday 9/12

Tennis vs Rock Hill

Golf @ Trojan Invitational @ Rock Hill CC

Tuesday 9/13

Tennis @ York

Volleyball vs Indian Land

Golf @ NAFO @ Springfield

Thursday 9/15

Tennis @ Catawba Ridge

Volleyball vs Northwestern

Swimming vs Lancaster / Nations Ford

9th Grade Football Vs Olympic

JV Football Vs Butler

Golf vs Clover / Fort Mill @ Waterford

Friday 9/16

Football @ South Florence

Saturday 9/17

Week 3 Highlights

South Pointe Football