Sulphur Springs High School Student Council and National Honor Society members spent most of Friday preparing for Fish Camp. Fish Camp is a fun spin on freshmen orientation to calm first day jitters for new ninth graders. The students will meet in the Sulphur Springs High School Cafeteria at 9 a.m. for a class meeting that highlights dress code rules, schedule pick-up, and then a mock class day.
The idea behind a “mock class day” is for students to see where their classes are located before the first day. The freshmen will be given a tour by current Sulphur Springs High School Students and spend each “period” during the mock class time learning a new aspect of high school such as grading policies, the tardy policy, groups and organizations, school spirit, etc. Students are also given a time when they can ask questions.