Eighth-grader, Isabella George, fell in love with poetry during her 7th-grade poetry unit. Since that time, she joined the poetry club and has been writing and submitting...
Somonauk Middle School is proud to announce that we have received an EXEMPLARY designation which means that we are in the top 10 percent of schools in the state! Some of...
Dates and times subject to change. Please contact the proper club advisor with any questions.
The 8th Grade Girls Basketball Tournament in Paw Paw has been canceled for tomorrow.
To All Bobcats,
On Friday March 13th we will be celebrating our Second Annual St. Baldrick's Assembly/Shaving Event at 1:30. You will be receiving more information about all of our events as we get closer to the event. Last year we raised over $12,000 as a district, we look forward to another spectacular year, raising funds for Childhood Cancer Research!
Our first fundraiser as a district will be our annual Stocking Hat. This year's grey hat with a blue, yellow and white pom pom, sports BOBCATS embroidered in white and a gold 4 leaf clover in support of children with Cancer. Students and or staff that purchase a hat are allowed to wear this hat in the building throughout the day. These hats will be sold for $15.00, and can be purchased in each building's main office. Please make checks payable to Somonauk CUSD #432. Proceeds will go towards our district's fundraising efforts.view image
Congratulations to 8th Grader Madeline Short for winning first place at the spelling bee. Aubrey Chiavario came in second place. Madeline and Aubrey will represent SMS at the Dekalb County Spelling Bee. In addition, Ellie Wiegman, Ava Diederich, and Landon Hawkins completed the top five and will compete at the Junior 10 spelling competition. Other participants were Mikey Lewinski, Anthony Spilman, Abby Hohmann, Ava Warner, Quinten Hentschel, Junia Johnson, Jake Miller, Emma Rominski, and Eden Shaw. Congratulations to all of our top SMS spellers!view image
Congratulations to Tanner Daniels, Hailey Gilchrist, Madelyn Hernandez, Alex Hoffman, Nolan Kerley, Abigail Hohmann and Landin Stillwell for participating in the School Finals of the National Geographic Bee. Aiden Wold placed third. Luke Newlin placed 2nd and our National Geographic School Bee Champion is Cole Gudmunson.view image