Parent Info

What’s Going On


Club & Organizations Night Wednesday, September 19, 7-8:00 p.m.

Come learn about SPMS’ clubs, programs, and organizations! Meet members, learn how to join, and find out what they do. Meet us in the Cafeteria for a fun night!
The Spring Musical will be announced here — don’t miss out! Go to the drama table to find out.


Each month, SPMS PTA is screening a documentary or film that will hopefully inspire, inform, or at the very least provoke thoughts and ignite conversations. We’ll do our best to follow-up each film with an open Q&A with experienced, knowledgeable professionals from our community.

Next Up: ANGST — October 19, 6:00 p.m.

Screenagers, Growing up in the Digital Age was Friday, September 14, 2018.

South Pas D.U.D.E.S. partnered with SPMS PTA to present a special screening of Screenagers, Growing Up in the Digital Age, a documentary that examines how constant technological immersion, otherwise know as “screen time,” affects both the pyschological and emotional development of teens. Viewing the struggle on how much, what kind, and what limits to set on technology use from the point of view of children, parents, and professionals.

Visit to revisit the trailer.

To further your conversation about screen time, check out the Parent Guide:



Our first informal Principal Chat with Mr. Kubela was Friday, September 14 at 8:15 a.m. in the Cafeteria. Mr. Kassam-Clay talked about his life and intentions for SPMS.

Next Principal Chat is Friday, October 12, 8:15 a.m. Please join us!


SPMS Booster Club Sports Program :

Stay up to date on current SPMS happening activities, clubs and programs through “REMIND” APP:

* Via text:  sign up by texting  @spms16-17 to 81010

* To get push notifications, open your web browser and go to the following link:

Follow instructions to signup for REMIND.  You’ll be prompted to download the app.


SPMS Math Placement Protocol link:

Helpful Information From Past Parent Forums:

PTA Forum on Teens & Stress with presenter Linda Esposito


PTA Forum on Common Core Standards

Parent Forum
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