The 8th Grade Vball Dragons finished in 4th place out of 8 teams in the 32nd Annual SGMS Tourney. Good job, ladies!
The 8th Grade Football team starts the season out with a convincing 42-6 win over DeSoto. Great job, Green!
7th Grade Football falls to DeSoto in their first game of the season by a score of 18-0.
8th grade volleyball loses a close one against Central in three sets: 16-25, 25-18, 16-25. Way to keep pushing, girls!
7th grade volleyball beats Central Park Hills in two: 25-16, 25-12!
Don’t forget to wear your GREEN and WHITE tomorrow! It’s our first home football Friday! GO BIG GREEN! 💚💚
The SG R-II district strives to implement measures that increase the security of our schools. This year, we are introducing Ident-A-Kid, a new visitor management program. Check out how it works below! http://bit.ly/SGR2IdentAKidVid
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) wants to hear from you about the new standards to evaluate district performance. Check it out here: https://dese.mo.gov/msip-6-standards-and-indicators
SGMS Open House is this Thursday (8/22) any time from 6:00p-8:00p. Avoid the rush and arrive late if you'd like! Please enter next to the SGMS main office. Meet our crew, see the building, and be treated to some snacks and prizes. We look forward to seeing you!
Important Message: A fraudulent phone call sent from 853-4500 claims to be from SG R-II. Check your email, or see more info here: http://bit.ly/2Z3yqbT
Important Message from Dept. of Social Services: If your child has had health insurance coverage through MOHealthNet, it is possible that their coverage has been terminated. Click for info on how to check your child's coverage and fill out the application: http://bit.ly/33tN4Zf
SGMS MAP scores for MATH and ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS have arrived. We will send the individual score reports home in the next week along with an invitation to our open house which will be held on August 22.
REGISTRATION REMINDER: Completing online registration before attending our on-site events is important! See your summer mailer for instructions, and don't forget the nurse's Student Health Profile.
Sixth Grade Transition Program is Thursday from 8:30-12:30. Seventh Grade Registration is Wednesday 1:00-3:00 at your leisure. Eighth Grade Registration is Wednesday 9:00-11:00 at your leisure. All registration events take place in the Old MS Gym.
If you have not already done so, please take a few minutes to complete your student's online registration.Time is running out! If you need assistance or just need to use a computer, please contact our office. We are happy to help!
Parents & Guardians: Please take a few minutes to complete the Communications Survey below by next Wednesday, May 29. The survey is anonymous and will allow us to better support SG R-II communications in the fall. Thank you! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SGParentsCommSurvey1819
The last day of school is officially Tuesday, May 28. Students will be fed lunch and released at 1 p.m.
SGMS extra yearbooks are for sale. $20 cash or check. See Mrs Womack for more information
SGMS intramural football is cancelled for this afternoon, May 2nd.
Intramural Volleyball and the 7th grade Conf. Meet are cancelled for today.
6th Grade football and volleyball intramurals are cancelled for today.
Congratulations to the following middle school track and field individuals for placing in 2nd at the Perryville Invitational: Collin Fritsch, Zach Henderson, Nolan Walls, and Adam Oder in the 4x800m relay; Jamison Kemper in the shot; Cylie Carlson in the 1600m.
MS Track at NC has been postponed and will be rescheduled soon.
Voters have re-elected Board of Education incumbents Terry McDaniel and Richard (Rick) Rudloff. For more info, check out our website: http://bit.ly/VoteBOE
Three candidates are running for two Board of Education seats, and everyone is encouraged to vote next Tuesday, April 2, 2019! Learn more about the candidates and their priorities for the district here: http://bit.ly/VoteBOE
We invite you to take a (quick) online survey aimed at understanding how our students and their families perceive current Career and Technical Education programming. Take the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CTE-DESE
SGMS Track at Festus: Highlights include Cylie Carlson 2nd in 1600m and 3rd in 800m; Jamison Kemper 3rd in shot and 4th in disc; Collin Fritsch 5th in high jump
In case you weren't sure if our kids can have fun while still doing a great job representing our school and sharing their knowledge. This crew attended NHD at Semo and came away with great successes. Video cred: Brynna Wehner https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWxPeK1P97I
All offices within the Ste. Genevieve R-II School District will be closing at 3:00 pm today on Friday, February 15, 2019.
Valentine's Dance (2/15/2019) is cancelled due to potential weather, but will be rescheduled.
8th grade boys basketball play for first in the conference tournament tonight at 7:45 at Farmington Middle School. We hope to see a big crowd of SG fans.
Varsity Wrestling defeated MICDS and St. Charles West in a tri-match. Scores were SG- 51, SCW- 29, and SG- 78, MICDS- 7. Way to go, Dragons!
8th grade boys defeat North County 45-15 to move on to the first place game tomorrow in the Conference Tourn. Great work boys!
8th Grade Girls Basketball falls to W County 21-45 in the MAJHAA Conf Tourn. We are proud of our Dragons!
8th Grade Boys Basketball advances in MAJHAA Conf Tourn by defeating W. County 62-36. Next game is Thursday at Farmington Middle School at 5:15.
The power at Farmington High School is out right now. It appears we will have to play the MS bball games at the Middle School and Lincoln elementary which is right next to the middle school. The Middle School will host the girls and Lincoln will host the boys.
High School Wrestling at Cape Notre Dame, High School Boys Basketball at St. Vincent, and 8th Grade Girls Basketball at Farmington are all on for tonight and will be played as scheduled.
The 8th Grade Conference Basketball Tournament at Farmington has been postponed again today. We are moving to plan C which now involves girls playing on Tuesday at 6:30 and the boys playing Wednesday at 4:00. Bus time for girls will be 5:00 and the boys will be 2:45.
Due to the possibility of inclement weather tomorrow, the 8th grade tournament games scheduled for Saturday have been canceled. The 8th grade girls will now play on Monday at 4:00 in Farmington's old high school gym. The boys still play on Tuesday at 4:00 at Farm. Old HS Gym.
7th grade boys basketball sees their season come to an end with a 33-23 loss to West County. They ended at 7-6 on the season. Great season, fellas! Very proud of all of you!
Tomorrow (Thursday) is the last day to purchase a yearbook. Yearbooks are $20 (checks made out to SGMS). See Mrs. Womack for a form.
Movie Night at SGMS this Friday, 5-8pm. $7 includes admission and pizza. Concessions will be sold as well.
7th Grade Girls Basketball falls to Central in 2nd round of MAJHAA Conference Tournament. We are proud of our Dragons!
The last day to buy a yearbook is this Thursday. Yearbooks are $20. Checks are payable to SGMS or pay with cash. Please see Mrs Womack for a form.
7th grade girls basketball wins the first round of the conference tournament beating Arcadia Valley by a score of 13-11 on a shot at the buzzer by Jaycie Beckerman! Next game is tomorrow against Farmington, at Bismarck at 4:00. Great game, ladies!
The 7th grade girls basketball game at Bismarck has been postponed. A new tournament bracket will be sent out for boys and girls 7th grade basketball sometime today.
Mens Wrestling traveled to Jackson and competed in a quad match with Jackson, Windsor, and Sikeston. The Dragons fell to Jackson, but defeated Wi ndsor and Sikeston. Nice job, fellas!
8th Grade Girls Basketball falls to Park Hills Central 18-54.
7th grade boys basketball finishes the regular season at 7-5 with a 50-15 loss to Park Hills Central. Will start tournament play next week.
7th Grade Girls Basketball falls to Park Hills Central 9-71.
Final Holiday Spirit Day before break: Flannel/ Cozy (pjs are allowed). Come to school comfy and warm.
Holiday Spirit Day for Thursday: dress with your grade level: - 6th Grade: Christmas Trees, 7th Grade: Snowmen, 8th Grade: Mr. & Mrs. Claus 🎄
Results from the 2018 Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) tests are now available. Your student’s test results will be sent home with his/her report card at the beginning of January. If you would like your student’s results sooner, please contact the office to make arrangements.
Please make sure your child has brought a note for every absence this semester. Academic penalties will be assigned for any unknown/unexcused/excessive absence. Check PowerSchool and send notes before the break.
Beginning January 7, students who owe more than $15 on lunch/breakfast charges will be given alternate meals instead of a standard tray. Please check PowerSchool and pay charges immediately.
Holiday Spirit Day for Wednesday: wear your ugly sweater or holiday shirt.
8th Grade Girls Basketball falls to Potosi 25-49.
7th Grade Girls Basketball falls to Potosi 8-16.
The phones are now operational at SGR-II School District. Thank you for your patience!
Check out the SGMS Newspaper! New articles posted today! https://sites.google.com/sgdragons.org/sgmsnewspaper/home?authuser=0
SGMS Wrestlers end their season 15-10 against Farmington and Potosi. Great work and good season boys!
8th Grade Girls Basketball defeats Valley of Caledonia 43-13. GO GREEN!
7th Grade Girls Basketball defeats Valley of Caledonia 15-10. Way to go, ladies!
8th Grade Girls Basketball defeats Herculaneum 43-23. Way to go, ladies!!
7th Grade Girls Basketball falls to Herculaneum 13-25. Good effort, Dragons!
SGMS Wrestlers finish quad with N County, Sikeston, & Farmington with 14 wins and 24 losses.
8th grade girls basketball finishes with a very physical 33-21 win against Jefferson R-7.
7th grade girls basketball wins 14-5 against Jefferson R-7. Great work girls!
Thank you to the adults who helped at our Christmas Dance! Drama and Design kids were a great help as well. They worked ALL stations, set up, and cleaned up. The funds will help SEVERAL local kids have a great Christmas.
SGMS Wrestlers finish 13-13 at the quad meet in Jackson. Good job working hard this long week boys!
8th Grade Girls Bball defeats Arcadia Valley 38-31. Go Green!!
7th Grade Girls Bball defeats Arcadia Valley 12-11. Way to go, Dragons!
MS Wrestling traveled to Hillsboro and came home with 12 wins and 19 losses in a quad match. Keep working, boys.
SGMS Wrestlers finish their quad with Cape, Sikeston, & New Madrid with 20 wins and 12 losses. Great job, Dragons!
8th grade girls basketball makes a strong comeback but falls short to North County 29-37.
7th grade girls basketball lose to North County 9-20. Keep working girls!
SGMS Wrestlers finish home match against P Bluff, DeSoto, & Windsor w/ 18 wins and 15 losses. Great job, Dragons!
MS Wrestling has a good showing at their first meet of the season. 12 matches won, 12 lost. Good job boys!
Connectivity to the district has been restored. Phones are operational again. Thank you!
SGMS-NJHS movie night is still on for Friday night!! We will be showing “The Meg”. Tell all your friends!! $7 for movie and pizza! Doors open at 5.
All offices within the Ste. Genevieve R-II School District will be closed on Monday 11/12/2018 in observance of Veteran's Day. They will reopen on Tuesday 11/13/2018. Please remember to thank our veterans and active duty military personnel for their service and sacrifice.
The SGMS Halloween Dance is this Friday, 5-8pm. $7 admission+pizza, Costumes encouraged! Drop off and pick up in front of SGMS.
The last day to purchase yearbooks for $18 is Friday, November 2. See Mrs. Womack for a form. Make checks payable to Ste. Genevieve Middle School.
SGMS Band students did a great job at the East-Central Junior High All-District Band auditions. Cameron Wolf (tuba) was selected to perform with the All-District Band in November! Nicole Fisher (clarinet) and Jamison Kemper (flute) were selected as alternates. Congratulations!
SGMS Parent-Teacher Conferences are Thursday, October 25, from 1:30-4:00 and 5:00-8:00. We look forward to seeing you there!
The Ste. Genevieve R-II School District is in need of Substitute Teachers for the current school year. If you currently have 60 College Credit hours and are interested, please contact Mrs. Donna Huck at 883-4500 ext. 2005.
The SGMS fall play, Meet the Creeps, will be presented in the SG R-II Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, October 30, at 6:30 pm. Admission prices are $3 for adults, and $1 for students.
REMINDER: The SGHS Band Boosters Annual Homecoming Chili Supper is TODAY from 4 to 7 pm in the cafeteria. Menu: bowl of chili ($2), hot dog ($2), drinks ($2), chips ($1), and desserts ($1). Please come enjoy a great meal before the game. Go Ste. Gen. Dragons!!!!
Congratulations to the 8th Grade Volleyball and 8th Grade Football teams, both of which are CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS!
The SGHS Band Boosters Annual Homecoming Chili Supper is this Friday on October 12th from 4 to 7 pm in the cafeteria. Menu: bowl of chili ($2), hot dog ($2), drinks ($2), chips ($1), and desserts ($1). Please come enjoy a great meal before the game.
Happy Homecoming Week! Dress-up days: Monday - Pajama, Tuesday - Holiday, Wednesday - Frat Boy, Thurs - Throwback Decade, Friday - Green and White. HAVE FUN!!
Congratulations to all inductees and returning members of National Junior Honors Society! Thank you for your dedication to scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship and character!
Congratulations to Miss Erin Stoll for receiving the Spotlight Award for September at SGMS. Recipients are nominated by their fellow teachers for excellence both in and out of the classroom.
The SG R-II Board of Education voted at the August meeting to set the SG R-II Summer of 2019 MSHSAA Dead Period for Activities for June 29, 2019 through July 7, 2019. Best of luck to all dragon parents as they now work to plan their family vacations!
SGMS Picture Re-Takes Announced: Wednesday, October 17, during 1st hour. Packets available soon.
Lead Groups start today during Advisory! Teachers and students are excited about jumping in and getting started. Ask your student how it went!
Update: Mr. Oldham has advanced in the selection process and is now a state finalist for Teacher of the Year!
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Congrats to Mr. Oldham for being named a Regional Teacher of the Year!