South Pasadena Middle School

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Main Office & Health Office Info. & Policies

1500 Fair Oaks Avenue, South Pasadena, CA 91030
(626) 441-5830
Office Hours:  7:45 AM - 3:45 PM
Ms. Cynthia Holladay                                                        Mr. Larry Parkhill                                               
Secretary to the Principal &                                          Registrar, Parent Portal
Assistant Principal, Civic Permits                               Ext. 3908
Ext. 3902
Ms. Patricia Luna                                                                 Mrs. Julie C Kennedy
Attendance Clerk                                                                ASB Clubs, PE/Spirit Items, Maintenance, Events, Media
Ext. 3901                                                                                  Ext. 3905

Mrs. Judy Morgan                                                                Ms. Alex Platz
SPMS Health Clerk                                                              SPUSD District Nurse
Ext. 3903                                                                                   Ext. 3917




If a student is not feeling well during school hours they can visit the Health Office.  Students can either rest for a few minutes or may be sent home by the Health Clerk.  If a student demonstrates any symptoms of a fever, diarrhea, pink eye, lice, or vomiting, a parent will be notified.  The Health Office contact number is 626-441-5030 ext. 3903.



During school hours parents are asked to complete an ADMINISTRATION OF MEDICATION DURING SCHOOL HOURS form for all students that will be taking medication during school hours.  The form is available in the Health Office.  Medication must be in an original prescription container and kept in the Health Office.  Over-the-counter medication must also be checked into the Health Office and should only be brought to school with written permission from a doctor.



The CRUTCH RELEASE FORM is required to verify that the student has been instructed in proper crutch usage.

Students returning to school with crutches, casts, or orthopedic devices require a written release from the attending physician.  The form should also indicate any limitations for PE.


Dropping off items for students:
We have 2 black racks inside the office for forgotten items that students need like lunches, homework, PE Clothes, instruments, etc.
PLEASE NOTE OUR POLICY:  You are welcome to drop anything off but we WILL NOT disrupt classroom time to deliver items or call out students to pick up items.  Students have been directed to check regularly for items on these racks if they have forgotten anything at home or in their car, or if a lunch is being dropped off for them. 
Policy on Messages for Students:  We do not give students messages.  If there is an emergency and you need to speak to your child, your student will be called out of class to return your call.
We have 2 locations for lost and found.  
1) Outside office (inside campus): Clothes, backpacks, misc large items.
2) Inside Office (inside closed cabinet): this is for smaller items like glasses, keys, phones, jewelry, wallets, misc small items.
3) PE Dept has their own Lost & Found for items left in the gym and on the field
Items are donated to homeless shelters on skid row various times throughout the year.  Students are notified via morning announcements and daily bulletin at least 1 week before the items are donated.  These dates usually fall just before holidays or if the racks are overflowing with items.
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For School Lunch Accounts:
click on the following flyer or go directly to the SPUSD Meals program link.
You may also drop off cash or check in the office.  Money will be delivered to the SPMS Kitchen for direct deposit. 
SPUSD Board Policy on Bullying:
For Items Sold in the Office please click here.
Skateboards, Scooters, Bikes, Roller Blades
  • All wheeled transportation must be placed in students’ lockers or locked on the racks or bike cage and cannot be carried during the school day.
  • All wheeled transportation is never to be ridden on or near the campus before, during, or after school, including evenings and weekends. Students must hold onto their skateboard on Rollin Street, Fair Oaks Blvd, and Oak Street near the campus before and after school.