Our mission is to provide a safe, supportive learning environment with opportunities for all students to develop the skills and knowledge to become a responsible citizen in a global society.
La misión es proporcionar un ambiente de aprendizaje seguro y de apoyo con oportunidades para todos los estudiantes a desarrollar las habilidades y conocimientos para ser un ciudadano responsable en una sociedad global.
La mission est de fournir un environnement sûr et d’un grand soutien à I’apprentissage avec des opportunités pour tous les élèves à développer les compétences et les connaissances nécessaires pour devenir un citoyen responsible dans une société mondialisée.
If you are attending South Lake High School this fall as a ninth grader or a new student and would like to participate in marching band, please visit the band's website to register at the following address: slhsband.com/registration.html. The band will have its first of several informative parent nights next Tuesday, May 29th in the band room at 6 p.m.
Teacher and Staff Appreciation Week
We have many activities planned this week in honor of our teachers and staff. In order to make this possible many of the businesses in the area have contributed. A BIG THANK YOU for your generosity and support!
Applebee's, Aquatica, Corelli's Restaurant, Disney, Flapjack Johnny's, GMS Sunshine Club, Krispy's Fried Chicken, Mister Carwash, Orlando Science Center, Panara, Papa's Diner, Publix, SeaWorld, Subway, and Universal Studios.
We have one more very special group...GMS PTO! They will provide lunch to all on Wednesday.
Again, THANKS to all! We could not have celebrated without your help and support.
Teacher Appreciation Day!
People in the United States started celebrating National Teacher Day in 1953 when Eleanor Roosevelt persuaded Congress to set aside a day to recognize educators. It did not become a national day until March 7, 1980. People continued to celebrate the day in March until 1984, when the National Parent Teacher Association designated the first full week of May as Teacher Appreciation Week. The following year, the NEA voted to make the Tuesday of that week National Teacher Day.
The NEA describes National Teacher Day as "a day of honoring teachers and recognizing the lasting contributions they make to our lives." Students typically show their appreciation for teachers by being extra sweet and writing thank-you cards. Don't forget to honor your teachers.
August 2, 2018
GATOR CAMP is a program designed to help INCOMING SIXTH GRADERS become familiar with the campus, classrooms, and some of our teachers.
Students will participate in various “classes” and take a tour of the campus. Students will be given information on dress code, agendas, supplies, textbooks, discipline, academics, and enrichment classes. A special treat will be given during the tour.
Students should be on campus no earlier than 8:45-9:00am and picked up promptly at 11:00am on Magnolia Street at the parent pick up/drop off area. We hope to see you all there! For further information, please contact Gray Middle School at (352) 429–3322.
GATOR CAMP is also a program designed to help incoming 6th grade parents become familiar with our academic focus, the bell schedule and a few helpful hints on being a middle school parent.
Parents will participate in a group meeting in the auditorium from 9:15-10:45am, Parent participation is strongly encouraged but your attendance is not mandatory for your child to attend GATOR CAMP.
If you would like your child to attend, please click the link below and follow the instructions on the form.
A special thank you to REC Nursery and Jeff Wisdo for donating several plants. We used them during our awards ceremonies and now they are beautifying our campus. Thanks to our agriscience students who planned and planted them in the courtyard.