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if you plan to check out after exams please make sure you bring your check out
note to the office before school begins.
There will be no phone check outs allowed. Your attendance on these days will count
toward your exemption for final exams in May.
Please come out Thursday and Saturday to support
the Lady Bears in their Christmas Basketball tournament. Bryant High will take on the number 8 ranked Dothan
High School at 6:00 in the first round.
We are starting a school wide Fellowship of Christian Athletes huddle at Sipsey
Valley. We are looking for leaders to
represent each grade. If you are
interested, please come pick up an application outside of Mrs. Knight’s
room. All applications should be
completely filled out and returned to Mrs. Knight no later than Thursday,
Our Peer Leaders visited Buhl Elementary as part of our new Mentoring Program!
Human Anatomy Field Trip to the McWane Center in Birmingham.
Students dissecting a sheep's brain.
Congratulations to our very own Spanish teacher, Beth Walker, on being chosen by the Alabama Association of Foreign Language Teachers to be a teacher in their program!
We want to congratulate Denise Junkin, Special Education teacher at Sipsey Valley High School. She was recognized as Educator of the Year by the West Alabama Governor’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities. A ceremony was held at the Veteran’s Hospital on October 22nd.
Watch this great video about bullying made by our own Peer Leader Group
Students: Please be aware of the following
changes concerning check outs: All check
outs require a parent note, unless it is an emergency, or a parent to be
present. Check out notes must be turned
in to the office before school begins.
We can no longer accept emails for check outs. Again if you need to check out you must turn
in a parent note before 8:00 or your parent will have to come to the office.
Interested in playing a sport in college? Click here to learn more about NCAA requirements.