8:30 am on May 31, 2017 at Lincoln Park Academy Auditorium
Performance Based Preparatory Academy
11:00 am on May 31, 2017 at Lincoln Park Academy Auditorium
Mosaic Digital Academy
2:00 pm on May 31, 2017 at Lincoln Park Academy Auditorium
SLPS will continue to live stream graduations this week. Congratulations to all of our 2017 graduates!
Students will learn about leadership, overcoming odds, conflict resolution, and innovative technology during informative and exciting breakout sessions.
Plan to attend Friday, June 9th.
For the past 20 years, Southport Middle School has proudly celebrated the kinship and diversity among the school’s English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) students in Mr. Dana S. Hochberg’s class. This year over 40 sixth, seventh, and eighth grade ESOL students participated in the multicultural event and represented over 15 countries. In addition to a delectable multinational feast, students presented individual research-based learning projects involving authentic naval air and vessel hats. Seventh grader Thekeyah Antiola chose the USS Shenandoah AD-44. Each student also had to type the recipe they shared from their family’s home country.
Moreover, this culminating event often affords an opportunity for former Southport ESOL students to reconnect with Mr. Hochberg and speak with Southport’s current pupils. This year was exceptional with twenty former alumni visiting. Pictured from left to right in the front row are: Emmanuela Tranquille, Monserrat Vargas, Leybin Bardales, Lucia Silva, Hernan Rojas, Jonathan Geronimo, Leanne Arrabe, Guadalupe Quinonez, Dayanna Velez, Laureana Arrabe, Solanyi Nunez, and Lianys Betancourt. Back row are: Jimmy Vo, Sebastian Cueto, Mr. Hochberg, Carlos Nunez, Marco Nader, Aung “Johnny” Kyaw, and Nicolas Zubieta. Not pictured are Lillian Lee and Sonny Chan.
Transportation employees (L to R) Michele Cocchia, Debbie Soesbe, and Kathy Owens donned their red noses for the annual Red Nose Day, May 25, 2017, supporting the efforts to aid childhood poverty programs including support for immunizations, mental health, domestic violence, education, as well as fighting homelessness and disease in the poorest communities.