As a function of being a transparent nonprofit organization, the Foundation produces several major publications each year. Both the Annual Report and the two major Newsletters are printed and distributed by postal mail. In addition, copies are kept here on the website.
The Foundation also periodically sends out a Tiger Blast - a broadly-distributed email typically featuring upcoming events. To subscribe to the Tiger Blasts, use the button to the right.
The Board prepares the Annual Report and publishes in the fall, covering the previous fiscal year (July 1 through June 30). These tend to be about 8 pages long, printed in color. This report is distributed only to contributors to the Foundation. In the 2017 report, for instance, you can learn more about
- scholarships funded through the Foundation on page 2
- the Foundation's finances on page 3
- grants made for the benefit of current South High student by the Foundation on pages 4-6
- donors who graciously helped fund the Foundation's efforts on pages 7-10
- 2017 Annual Report
- 2016 Annual Report
- 2015 Annual Report
- 2014 Annual Report
- 2013 Annual Report
- 2012 Annual Report
- 2011 Annual Report
- 2010 Annual Report
These tend to be about 8 pages long, printed in black-and-white when sent by postal mail. (The version you download with a link below may be in color.) The newsletters are issued in the Spring and the Fall, and sent to everyone registered with the Foundation. As the name implies, they provide news about upcoming activities.
- Spring 2019 Newsletter
- Fall 2018 Newsletter
- Spring 2018 Newsletter
- Fall 2017 Newsletter
- Spring 2017 Newsletter
- Fall 2016 Newsletter
- Spring 2016 Newsletter
- Fall 2015 Newsletter
- Spring 2015 Newsletter
- Fall 2014 Newsletter
- Spring 2014 Newsletter
These tend to be just two sides of one page, legal sized paper
The Mission of the Friends of South High Foundation: provide financial assistance and support for programs at South High School that directly enhance the students’ overall high school experience by enriching their academic, cultural and extracurricular experience; and to support and enhance their ability to further their education.