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A Shelter in Place Drill was performed on Wednesday, May 11, 2016, at the Southbridge Middle High School. To find out more, please click a link below to read a statement from Receiver Dr. Huizenga regarding the day's events. 
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Southbridge Public Schools Turnaround Plan
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Southbridge Middle School Guidance
Instructor: Ms. Hatch   
The Guidance Counselor for Grades 8 & 9 assists students with the critical transition from middle school to high school.  In the fall, 8th graders will meet with the Counselor to explore high school options, including Southbridge Middle High School and Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School.  In the spring, students will meet with the Counselor to choose high school classes that will meet each student's academic needs.  In addition, students will begin to identify their career interests and ambitions and develop academic plans designed to meet these goals.
  
For freshmen, the Counselor will focus on orienting students to the challenging and rewarding high school environment. In the fall, each student will meet with the counselor to review high school graduation requirements, develop an individualized 4-year academic plan, and acquaint them with the available resources. In the spring, each student will meet with the Counselor to review 10th grade course choices ensuring consistency with the students' individualized 4-year plan. Throughout, emphasis will be placed on the importance of academic success relative to the student's specific educational and career ambitions.  

It is important to note, that the idea of high school as a four year undertaking will be introduced during these two years.  Helping students to understand that each year of high school builds on the one before is key to gaining the perspective necessary to prepare for upper class activities including applications to college and career programming.
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