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South Fork Choir @ IHSA Organizational Contest

The South Fork High School Choir performed at the IHSA Organizational Contest held in Taylorville on Saturday, April 16. Directed by Mrs. Angela Chase and Accompanied by Mrs. Judy Tavernor, The choir performed "A Joyful Song", "Nine Hundred Miles", and "Climbin Up the Mountain". The choir earned a Division II (Excellent Rating).

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2016 Fine Arts Festival

Join us for the 2016 Fine Arts Festival on Thursday, May 12, 2016 in the South Fork Junior/Senior High School. Click here for more information.

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Pony Talent Night

On Friday April 1, 2016 South Fork Jr/Sr High held its annual Pony Talent Show.  The show featured twenty-three students ranging from fifth grade to seniors that showed off their talents.  All the proceeds from the show were donated to the Midland Area Food Pantry and the local flood victims.  The show concluded with the high school choir performing "Ain't No Mountain High Enough".  Thank you . . .

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Digital Publications Class - Stop Motion Films

The South Fork High School Digital Publications class expanded their knowledge of still imagery to include Stop Motion Films during the 2nd quarter of this school year. Stop motion films are, in a nutshell, hundreds and thousands of still images pulled together into a fast moving film. With each photo that is taken the filmmakers create very small adjustments to the items they are working with and in the end the filmmaker has a . . .

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Third Quarter Awards

South Fork Elementary  Third Quarter Awards Mrs. Hawbaker's  Spotlight  Mrs. Hawbaker's Perfect Attendance   Mrs. Tavernor's Spotlight  Mrs. Morehouse's Spotlight Mrs. Morehouse's Perfect Attendance Mrs. Leonard's Spotlight Mrs. Leonard's Perfect Attendance Mrs. . . .

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Freedom of Information Act

Access to District Public Records Full access to the district’s public records is available to any person as provided in the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) policies and procedures. Requests must be made in writing and may be submitted in person at the district office, by email, by fax, or by postal mail. For more information, please contact the district FOIA officer listed below.   Freedom of Information . . .

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