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Southmoreland holds student orientation Aug. 22

| Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011

Southmoreland Senior High School will hold orientation for ninth-grade students from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Aug. 22. Ninth-graders will be given their schedules, locker number and locker lock combination. There will be maps of the building with guided tours.

Out of concern for students' safety, the school district is not listing students' names with their homeroom. Instead, students are listed with first three letters of their last name. Teachers will help guide students to their homerooms.

The following will help students identify their homeroom assignments:

Ninth Grade

• Room 130: Aar to Coc

• Room 131: Col to Gis

• Room 133: Goo to Jor

• Room 140: Kae to May

• Room 142: McB to Pra

• Room 154: Pri to Sip

• Room 229: Smi to Zaf

10th Grade

• Room 120: Alc to Cer

• Room 121: Chr to Gaz

• Room 126: Gea to Kuh

• Room 127: Lac to Pau

• Room 128: Paw to Sko

• Room 129: Smi to Zel

11th Grade

• Room 211: Ada to But

• Room 213: Cav to Gaf

• Room 214: Gar to Kim

• Room 226: Koh to Pal

• Room 227: Pav to Sto

• Room 228: Suh to Zim

12th Grade

• Room 235: Bar to Ell

• Room 236: Esp to Huy

• Room 237: Ing to Lit

• Room 239: Lov to Rig

• Room 240: Rom to Szo

• Room 241: Taf to Zim

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