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Notice of Vacancy - BESSS Members


—Posted by: Kristina Repp, Updated on:November 24, 2015

Notice of Vacancy - BESSS Members


POSTING DATE:  November 23, 2015

  LOCATION:   Beacon Day Treatment Center

Program Assistant position available, emotionally impaired students.

Must have a minimum of 60 credit hours in the area of Education, an Associates Degree in related area, and/or have passed the Work Keys test.

SALARY:  In accordance with the BESSS Contract
STARTING DATE:  Immediately

TO APPLY:  Please visit:, cli

Originally Submitted
November 24, 2015

Anderson High School Announcements


—Posted by: Kristina Repp, Updated on:November 24, 2015

Anderson Announcements 11-24-15

Please help save up to 3 lives by signing up to donate blood! You can sign up with your English teacher, or with Mrs. Cieslak or Ms. Silva, between now and Monday, November 30th. The blood drive will take place on Thursday, December 3rd.

Tis the season for giving. Southgate's DECA Club will be hosting The Toys for Tots Campaign. They will begin collecting new and unwrapped toys Monday, November 23rd. Drop off boxes will be available in the Main Office and in the School Store. With every toy that is donated, your name will be placed in a drawing for the chance to win a $10 gift certificate toward Southgate/School Store apparel. Entering the drawing needs to be done in the School Store. Be generous this holiday season and help make the Christmas of a less fortunate child more memorable! 

Originally Submitted
September 10, 2015

Open Letter to Parents and Voters of Southgate


—Posted by: Kristina Repp, Updated on:November 01, 2015

Every day, Southgate Community Schools serves more than 4,300 students in our community. As superintendent, I see first-hand how our students, teachers and staff, and parents continue to work hard to make our school district a place of pride.  Like many communities, our road has been challenging. I recognize the hard work and sacrifice parents make daily to get their children to school without the aid of busses, to contribute to our athletic, music, and extra-curricular programs, and to donate countless hours and dollars to enhance our programs and facilities. I recognize the hard work and sacrifice our staff has made to reduce our debt through wage concessions, to pay for supplies from their own pocket, and to volunteer thousands of hours of extra support and programming for our students. This is what our community represents, hard work and sacrifice.

It was recently announced that our school district is on the emergency watch list of deficit districts

Originally Submitted
October 05, 2015

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