SHS Weekly News March 18, 2019
Happy St. Patrick's Day
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Projo Readers Choice Ends March 20th
Scituate Athletic Booster Club 2nd Annual Mattress Sale
The 2nd annual Scituate High School Mattress Fundraiser will be held at the high school gym, 94 Trimtown Road, on Saturday, March 23, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
All mattress sizes will be available for purchase, with proceeds benefiting the Booster Club.
All the money we raise is used to support and enrich athletics at the high school and middle school. We have our sites set on building a concession stand at the new Caito field currently under construction. Please help us make this a reality by sending folks our way.
End of Quarter 3 Approaching April 5th
Please be aware that due to a "bug" in Powerschool grade-book last week, Scituate teachers were unable to update grades. This problem has been rectified and teachers now have the ability to upload grades. Thank you for your partnership!
Mrs. Seger Shares her Experience in the Middle East
Scituate Unity Club Attends State Unity Ball
Friday night over 20 students took part in the unity ball at Kirkbrae country club. The group of Scituate past and present students joined up with other students across the state for the amazing event! Everyone had a fantastic time! Thanks to our amazing group of dedicated students who have helped to make this event special for all involved!
Unity Club Goes Bowling
Entrepreneurship Academy and DECA Club
The Rhode Island Army National Guard's 'Guardian Games' is a fitness training event that aims to promote fitness and motivate participants, all while having fun! The course consists of a number of crossfit style events that are designed to push the participants and allow for maximum motivation from both event staff and fellow participants alike.
Event: May 10th
Sign up now in the office!
Questions? Contact Mr Reed
SSG Monaghan, Zachary
Recruiting and Retention BN
Congrats to the High School Music Dept.
RI Dept. Of Transportation Assembly and Student Survey
Please Support Conal Wilkie's Eagle Scout Project
Please donate new and
gently used books
For ages birth through teen
Donate March 20th to April 5th
Scituate HS Ski Trip
We had a great trip to Wachusett Mountain Friday night with some awesome people! The weather was warm and the skiing and boarding was unreal! Huge thanks to Mr Bousquet, Mr Brown, Mr Hall, & Ms Terra and all the skiers/boarders! This was the start of something special for Scituate High School. Every day can be an adventure. Things like this make me love to be a Spartan!
Attention 10th and 11th Grade
Event List Now Through End-of-Year!
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Unified Basketball Night Game
Scituate High School in conjunction with Smithfield High School, are hosting a unified basketball game between the two schools on Friday, April 5, 2019 at 6:00 PM Scituate HS. Both Unified Coaches are working hard to make this is fun community event for both towns. We really want to pack the stands for our unified players. We want to encourage unity not only among people within the town, but also between both towns.
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