Archive for April, 2015

Cheer Tryouts Are On The Way

Do you have what it takes to be a Wildcat Cheerleader? If so, the STMS cheer coaches want you to ‘BRING IT!’ A mandatory parent meeting for rising 7th and 8th graders interested in cheerleading will be Thursday, April 23rd at 5:30pm in the auditorium. Tryouts will be held: May 12th, 13th , and 14th from 4-5:30pm […]

The Flu Bug Is Still Hanging Around

Even though spring has sprung, the flu is hanging around. Don’t think you’re off the hook yet, because the flu is still going around. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the timing of flu is very unpredictable and can vary in different parts of the country and from season to season. Flu activity […]

Music & Art Departments present “Inscription of Hope”

The music and art departments at STMS will present “Inscription of Hope,” this year’s spring concert and art show on Thursday, April 30th at 7:30 p.m. All three grade level choruses are set to perform. The Eighth Grade Singing Lady Wildcats will perform the three songs which recently earned them their superior rating at concert […]

Wildcats Learn To Talk With Their Hands

Have you ever wanted to learn a new language? Ever thought about using your hands to talk instead of your mouth? Well here is your chance! Why not sign up for one of Saluda Trails’ newest clubs – The Sign Language Club? All students and teachers are invited to come out on Wednesday mornings at 7:55 […]

Faculty/Staff Earn Bragging Rights For 1 More Year

The streak remains unbroken. The faculty/staff once again were the victors in the annual Student Faculty Charity Basketball game. The record is now faculty 16, students 0. The men versus the boys game was a blow out with 50-24 being the final score. The girl’s game, however, was a true nail bitter, as the faculty/staff won by just one point […]

STMS Artists

If you rode down the streets of Downtown Rock Hill, you might have seen some of the banners drawn by four Wildcats.  Joshua McClure, Cooper Lane, Raseac Myles, and Ally Ferguson, all 7th graders, entered designs for the Arts Council of York County Banner Project. According to the Arts Council, this project creates colorful lamppost […]

Wildcats Gang Up For Good

Students and staff recently gathered near the cafeteria during their lunches to get their nails painted. It wasn’t like a full manicure or anything; it was just their pinkies being painted blue. The nail painting was a part of Secret Deodorant’s anti-bullying campaign called Mean Stinks which encourages students worldwide to take a stand against […]

All About Solving The Cube

On Friday mornings a dozen kids can be found  hard at work  in Mrs. Graves’ IT Lab trying to solve  a twisty puzzle. The kids, a part of a fairly new club called the Rubik’s Cube Club, seem to be captivated by the colorful cube. The Rubik’s cube was invented in the late 1974 and early 1975. It was […]

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