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Stringer Attendance Center Student Council sponsored

their bi-annual blood drive on Monday October 24, 2016.

SAC collected a total of 102 units of blood (which is a

school record), that will touch over 294 lives.

Mrs. Beverly Clark with United Blood Services facilitated

the event. The blood drive was directed by students

Eriana Buckley, Mason Duckworth,and Landon Bradley.

The students would like thank everyone who

donated or tried to donate and everyone that extended

a helping hand.


Congratulations to our October 2016

Students of the Month!  


Ava White; Sawyer Stringfellow; Tori Bankston;

Shawn Reeves; Semaj Bridges; Kaylee Lewis;

Chloe Parker; Kiera Marcial; Emma Harper;

Hunter Mann; Keleigh Manning; Madison Smith;

Isabella Jefocoat; Jack James; Kyle Cosper




Each year the Stringer Attendance Center faculty selects

two sophomores to attend the Hugh O’Brian Youth

Leadership Conference. Founded in 1958, HOBY’s mission

is to inspire and develop our global community of youth

and volunteers to a life dedication to leadership, service and

innovation. HOBY programs are conducted annually throughout

the United States, serving local and international high school

students. HOBY programs provide students selected by their

schools to participate in unique leadership training, service-learning

and motivation-building experiences. Tate McNeil and

Austin Rayner have been selected to represent SAC this summer

at the HOBY Conference at Millsaps College in Jackson.

Tate is the son of Chris and Stacey McNeil. He is the grandson of

Linda McNeil and the late Mitchell McNeil and Linda Smith and

Terry and Lisa Johnson. Austin is the son of Billy G. and Elise Rayner.

He is the grandson of Bobbie Rayner and late Wildon Rayner and Carolyn Sumrall. 




The Stringer Attendance Center Student Council

recently attended the Mississippi Student Council Workshop

at Mississippi College. The council members enjoyed an

informative workshop at MC and spent the afternoon delivering

items to Blair E. Batson Children's Hospital. Students at SAC

collected over 500 coloring books and colors during the month of

October for hospital patients and for November, students are

collecting new (with tags) hats and caps for their Cute Caps for

Chemo Kids project. The members delivered over 200 hats and

caps that have been collected to date. This project will continue

throughout the month of November for anyone that would like to

contribute. Pictured are SENIORS- Adam Dixon, Rebecca Holifield,

Eriana Buckley, Raysita Maharani, Auburn Ansley,

JUNIORS - Peyton Sims,

Abby Grace McNeil, Brennen Green, Lauren Parker, Katelyn Green,

SOPHOMORES - Jacob Sides, Gavin Goldman, Dajuana Pace,

Alexis Cook, Austin Rayner,

FRESHMEN - Audrey Wohlscheid, Lily Ready,

Landon Brandley, Nate Arender, Gunner James,

8TH GRADE - Colby Garret, Mallory Avary, Ty Stringer, Alexis Hendry,

Grace King, 7TH GRADE - Reece King, Abigayle Kupperschmid,

Jackson Jenkins, Sydney Bryan, and Sam Abbey. The club is

sponsored by Kim Brown and Sonya Ready.



Stringer Attendance Center's Varsity Cheer Squad spent the

month of October honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month

by wearing pink ribbons and using pink pom-poms. The

squad hopes that their efforts will help bring awareness to  

this annual international health campaign organized to increase 

awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into

its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure.

The cheer squad is sponsored by Ashton Jennings and Brandi Robinson. 



Stringer Attendance Center recently hosted the West

Jasper College and Career Day. Over thirty southeastern 

colleges, businesses and military representatives were on

site to advise juniors and seniors from Stringer, Sylva-Bay and

Bay Springs. The annual event encourages students to

explore colleges and career possibilities. Pictured are

students with recruiters from Mississippi State University,

University of Southern Mississippi, Jones County Junior College,

William Carey and Ole Miss. The program is directed by Sonya Ready.





Stringer Band Brings

Home a Championship

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The Stringer Band performed 

on October 22 in Pearl, MS.  

They placed 1st in every category

and won the state championship.

This makes the 6th year in a row

that the band has won the 

state championship. 


























































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PTO Board Members


President - Christy Holfield          

Vice President - Kala Livingston      

Secretary - Angie Abbey

Reporter - Hope James 

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