Welcome to South Portland High School Online!
Are you interested in learning more about South Portland School Department’s transition to a proficiency-based learning system?
Join members of the Proficiency-based Learning Steering Committee for informal conversations about the work being done to improve teaching and learning for South Portland students.
Wed., Jan. 7 @ the SPHS Learning Commons at 5:00-6:00 p.m.
Thurs., Jan. 8 @ South Portland Community Center at 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Thurs., Jan. 22 @ the SPHS Learning Commons at 6:30-7:30 p.m
When school resumes on January 5th there will be changes to the traffic patterns around the high school each morning and afternoon.
The busses will drop off and pick up students at the new Mount View Road bus loop. Students that take the busses will enter and exit the building through the new Main Entrance on Mount View Road.
Students that drive to school will continue to park in the Martin's Field parking lot and enter and exit the building through the student entrance at the rear of the building.
Student drop off locations are available at both the Main Entrance and Student Entrances.
Both the Main Entrance and Student Entrance will be open until 7:30 am each morning. From 7:30 am until the end of the day the building will be secure and all guests and students using privileges will need to use the Main Entrance and be checked in through the office.
The Highland Ave. entrance near the Auditorium and the Old Main Entrance will not be available for entrance into the building but will be accessible as exits.
Per the city, the access road on Highland Ave. that provides entrance and exit from the staff parking lot at the very back of building will be closed as of January 1, 2015.
We will monitor traffic patterns during the first week of school and make any necessary changes.
Students and teachers are invited to attend an Hour of Code presentation blocks 2 and 3 on Tuesday the 9th and Wednesday the 10th in the Lecture Hall at SPHS!
Did you know that December 8th through the 12th is Computer Science Education Week? And that Hour of Code is a worldwide movement working to get every student in the whole world coding for at least one hour during that week?
Students should bring their iPads and will leave with a program by the end of the hour long presentation on what Computer Science is and why it connects to every person in the community!
Interested in getting involved in other ways? Student and teacher resources will be listed here soon!
FMI Hour of Code and CS Education Week: http://csedweek.org/