Excellence for Every Child
On Friday students took part in an ANTI BULLYING PEP RALLY. The rally was held at our stadium. KPD has solely sponsored this event, and they have provided EVERYONE of our students a tee shirt, and other 'swag'. Our keynote speaker is 'STERLING HENTON' aka STERL the PEARL with other special guests including Knox County Police Chief David B. Rausch. To see all of our event pictures, visit our South-Doyle Facebook page. Read the Media Release Read Serling Henton's Bio
Congratulations to the South-Doyle Science Olympiad team for their 4th place finish at the State tournament last Saturday at the University of Tennessee! The students did an all-around tremendous job and earned medals in 15 of the 23 events. A BIG thank you to our students for their hard work and leadership, and our parents/coaches who have provided countless hours of support and valuable instruction.
SDMS State Medals – 2015
· 2nd Place = Bio-Process Lab (Adam McDaniel and Monet Harriman)
· 2nd Place = Bridge Building (Connor McGinley and Jessica Burks)
· 2nd Place = Elastic Launched Glider (Marley Harriman and Connor McGinley)
· 2nd Place = Robo-Cross (Adam McDaniel and Connor McGinley)
· 2nd Place = Write It Do It (Marley Harriman and Monet Harriman)
· 3rd Place = Experimental Design (Monet Harriman, Marley Harriman, Connor McGinley)
· 4th Place = Entomology (Nolan Askew and Elijah Styles)
· 4th Place = Fossils (Monet Harriman and Marley Harriman)
· 5th Place = Air Trajectory (Derek McCarley and Melody Hubbard)
· 5th Place = Simple Machines (Farrell Scott and Derek McCarley)
· 5th Place = Solar System (Melody Hubbard and Jessica Burks)
· 6th Place = Crave the Wave (Farrell Scott and Nolan Askew)
· 6th Place = Meteorology (Eric Fitzpatrick and Jessica Burks)
· 6th Place = Road Scholar (Casey Handlos and Derek McCarley)
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT)-- A Very Special Arts Festival is a one of a kind event that celebrates Knox County Students with diverse abilities and the various artistic skills they are learning in the classroom.
It's not a competition, but an opportunity for students with disabilities to share their talents, works of art, and accomplishments with the community. Through this event, the Dogwood Arts Festival wants to encourage and stimulate feelings of self-worth within these students.
Wednesday's festival included a wide variety of activities in music, dance, drama, and visual arts. Students also participated in workshops of “make and take” arts and crafts, demonstrations, exhibits of art work, and performances by individuals with disabilities
A Very Special Arts Festival is supported by AKIMA Women’s Club of Knoxville, The Pilot Club, West High School, and West Knoxville Civitan Club.
The event is a united effort between Dogwood Arts, the University of Tennessee Departments of Art and Special Education, and Knox County Schools.
Coins for A’s Program – (Action Required) Coins for A’s is a program in which the ANA (American Numismatic Association) awards coins to students who have earned three or more A’s during the latest school marking period. We accept any equivalent to an “A” grade for our program. Should your system use a series of checks or a number equivalency, all are acceptable. The student simply sends a copy of their report card to our headquarters and we in turn send the student a world coin along with a congratulatory letter asking them to learn as much about the country the coin came from. Every time that a student is eligible, they may repeat the process and we will send a different world coin. There is never a cost involved and when a student earns their first coin, we will even send to the youngster an application for a free 6 month membership to the ANA.
Our Coins for A’s is one of the programs that has recently been listed in a Consumer Reports article entitled: “Best gifts to teach kids to be smart about money.”
If you have any questions contact:
Mr. Jones (Athletic Director): firstname.lastname@example.org