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Special Events

October 2 - Thursday
08:00 PM - Homecoming Parade, Pep Rally & Bonfire
October 3 - Friday
07:00 PM - Homecoming Football Game
October 4 - Saturday
08:00 PM - Homecoming Dance
October 7 - Tuesday
RA Picture Re-take Day
October 8 - Wednesday
04:00 PM - All Schools-Parent/Teacher Conferences
04:00 PM - BL & LA Book Fair
October 9 - Thursday
04:00 PM - All Schools-Parent/Teacher Conferences
04:00 PM - LA Book Fair
October 10 - Friday
All Students-NO SCHOOL

Homecoming Parade Info

Thursday October 2, 2014
6:00:  Homecoming Parade (Begins on 15th Avenue, just north of Rawson Avenue, at Maple Avenue and 15th Avenue and will head north on 15th Avenue to the Oak Creek Parkway, ending in the SMHS staff parking lot) 
 
6:45:  Pep Rally (HS Field House)
 
7:30:  Bonfire (Parkway just west of the SMHS tennis courts)
 
If the weather impacts these events, please refer to our website, beginning at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, for information regarding possible cancellations due to inclement weather.

OCTOBER 21 - SM GOES PINK DAY!

On October 21st the City of South Milwaukee is going PINK! Residents, businesses, SDSM staff and students are encouraged to wear pink to support this worthy cause. All funds raised go to Justice for a Cure in support of breast cancer research, awareness, and assistance for individuals. Help the SMHS Advanced Marketing students reach their goal of donating $10,000 this year! ORDER PINK DAY T-SHIRTS HERE!  Order deadline is October 6th.


About Our District

The School District of South Milwaukee is comprised of four elementary schools serving students in grades 4K-5, a middle school serving grades 6-8, and a high school serving grades 9-12. In addition to comprehensive curricular offerings, each school is supported by guidance counselors, an alcohol and drug abuse prevention program, opportunities for gifted and talented students and special education services.

The needs of our 3,300 students are met by approximately 250 professional staff and over 100 support staff members. The District, governed by a seven member elected School Board, supports its programs with an annual budget of approximately $33.5 million dollars.

Our district has a solid reputation throughout the metropolitan area as a district committed to quality education. Our reputation has been built on our comprehensive, progressive program of educational opportunities for all of our students.

Educational responsibility is concentrated in five basic areas, covering academic skills, physical skills, aesthetic skills, career training, and preparation for further education. The goal of this program is to make students knowledgeable, sensitive, and responsible. Parents and other community residents are invited and encouraged to participate in this program.

A Message from Dr. Olson, Superintendent

A Message from Thomas Zepecki, Former Mayor of South Milwaukee

A Message from Ante Udovicic, Activities, Athletics & Recreation Coordinator

The Day in the Life of a South Milwaukee High School Student

The SM Story - Who We Are