- Last Updated: 21 August 2017 21 August 2017
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The 2017-18 school year is just around the corner. Superintendent Dr. Brian Maher explains what parents and students can expect, changes coming for many of our students, and opportunities this year to share your voice with District leaders.
The education landscape across the country, as well as in Sioux Falls, is changing rapidly. Across the board, students are held to higher standards yet are expected to maintain stellar results. While environmental pressures are changing, Sioux Falls School District (herein referred to as SFSD) continues to be committed to responding to a changing landscape while maintaining its high levels of academic performance and becoming a world leader in preparing its students for the future.
SFSD is proud of its achievements and academic performance to date and believes when it comes to educating our children, “average” is not part of our vocabulary. SFSD highly values diversity in both the community and in our schools and recognizes we must do more to support the whole student in the best way possible to close the achievement gap across our student populations.
Pens, Paper, Folders, and Crayons. Make sure your child has everything they need for the First Day of School on September 5th.
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*This is a basic school supply list. Additional items may be requested by the classroom teacher.
Adult season tickets for Lincoln, Roosevelt, and Washington High are available at the high schools or at the high school events. The ticket allows 20 admissions for $40.
High school and middle school students may purchase activity stickers and elementary students may purchase activity tickets for $20, good for all athletic events at any one of the three high schools. These tickets can be purchased in the schools after the start of school.
Senior citizens (60 and over) may request a Gold Card from the Office of Community Relations at the Instructional Planning Center. This card will admit them to school activities for $1.
These tickets will not be honored at President’s Bowl or invitational tournaments.