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Yearbook Information

about 1 year ago

South Side Yearbook Order Information


It’s that time again –time to order your South Side Yearbook for the 2016 - 2017 school year! Once again, our yearbook is going to be featured in full color. It will include a portrait section for all grades. Particular attention is paid to insure that every child is included in the yearbook. School events, activities, faculty and staff will be represented as well. I hope this book will bring fond memories in the years to come.



The yearbook will cost $30.00 again this year. You can pay by cash or check. Please make checks payable to South Side School.


Where to purchase:

Yearbooks can be purchased from 7:30 – 8:00 in the office or from 8:00- 8:30 in Mrs. Jessica Austin’s room.


When to Buy:

Yearbooks will be on sale from Monday, November 21st through December 16th. Sometimes we receive extra yearbooks. We are unsure if we will have any this year. If so, they will be sold on a first come/ first serve basis.



If you would like to purchase a business ad, you may still do so.

1/8page: $25.00      1/4page: $50.00    

1/2 page: $100         Whole page: $200


Please feel free to contact me should you have any questions.

By Jessica Austin

UTM Leadership Summit

about 1 year ago

Kylie Stone and Willie Vazquez were chosen to attend the 6th Annual FutureStar Leadership Summit at UT Martin on October 27th.  They were accompanied by their School Counselor, Teresa Nowell.  FutureStar Summit is a leadership program designed for West Tennessee’s potential leaders.  Students were welcomed by Dr. Bob Smith, Interim Chancellor of UTM, Mr. Charley Beal, Executive Director of WestStar, and Ms. Cindy West, Dean of the College of Education, Health, and Behavioral Sciences.  Students participated in leadership activities and had an individualized tour of the department they were interested in.  The Luncheon Speaker was Mr. Darron Billings, Chief of Police, Director, Environmental Health & Safety Training, Jackson State Community College and he had an amazing story to tell regarding overcoming obstacles and setting goals.  The last activity they participated in before departure was the Drum Circle in the Fine Arts Building with Dr. Julie Hill, Associate Professor, Dept. of Music at UTM.  Both  students appreciated this learning opportunity.