Earlier this winter, Oliver W. Winch Middle School counselor Brian Mockry presented the mental health awareness program SOS: Signs of Suicide, to seventh-grade students.
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Congratulations to the following students, who were named to the Oliver W. Winch Middle School Honor Roll for the second quarter.
The 40th annual South High Marathon Dance raised an unprecedented $823,614.91, which was announced during the closing ceremony on March 4. The 2017 total surpasses the $762,153.87 that the students and community raised last year, and pushes the total amount raised to more than $6.3 million over the 40-year history of the dance.
Tolerance, respect for our differences, and finding people to trust are issues students may be faced with in school and throughout their lives. To ensure our district is promoting positive interactions between peers, staff and families, South Glens Falls has partnered with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) of New York State to participate in its No Place for Hate program.
If you were unable to attend this program and would like information, please contact the high school guidance office at (518) 792-9987 to receive a copy of the presentation and handouts.