SHS News

April 9, 2018

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Tuesday, April 10th PSAT & SAT

On Tuesday, all 10th grade students will participate in the PSAT's and all 11th grade students will participate in the SAT'S. Below are some important reminders for student's and their families:

  • Students should arrive at school on April 10th on time, well-rested, and should also eat a good breakfast

  • Students will be given short breaks throughout the day however, the test will take about four hours to complete

  • Students should not bring backpacks, cell phones, electronic devices, or smart watches into the testing classroom

  • Students can find their testing classroom posted throughout the school on Monday and Tuesday or CLICK BELOW

  • Students are encouraged to bring snacks on the day of testing. Granola bars and water will be provided

  • Students will miss their usually scheduled lunch, therefore, please pack a bagged lunch for the day OR a free lunch can be provided to any student at 1:30 PM

  • A few students with extended time will be continuing the test on April 11th

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Quarter Three Ends Monday April 9th

The quarter will now end on April 9th and report cards will be emailed to parents and guardians on Friday, April 13th
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Scituate Events List Through End of Year - Mark Your Calendars!

Senior Project Looking for community judges may 3rd

I am beginning to plan the 2018 Senior Project Presentation Night. This year the presentation night is scheduled on Thursday, May 3rd. As in the past, there will be two sessions of judging. Each session will have a short training on judging procedures and time will be allotted for a brief review of student binders. People who are interested in judging the first session should arrive at the school by 3:00. A light dinner will be served at 5:00 and the second session will begin at 5:50.

If you are interested in participating in this event, e-mail me at and indicate which session, or both that you are willing to volunteer for.

Thank You for Support,

Jill Morton

Senior Project Coordinator

First-Ever STEAM Night

The Scituate school district continues to strive for excellence! So proud of our first ever district-wide STEAM Night (science technology engineering art & mathematics) hosted and organized by Ms. Donovan and Ms. Donahue! Our elementary students gave an impressive performance in the VEX LEGO competition!

Spartans Are Unified!

On April 3rd, Scituate High School celebrated unity, diversity, and inclusiveness as our Spartan Unified Basketball Team greeted students and staff with a high five in the morning! We continued the day by hosting a whole-school Unified Basketball game against the Smithfield Sentinels. It was truly a proud day for both school communities as students cheered for ALL players! Click below to view all pics from the day!

Biomedical Science

Human Body Systems students learning about the renal system continue to build on dissecting skills and work with pig kidneys. Students identify and label key tissues and describe their function.

From English

Students in Mrs. Trainor's class are collaborating while they help each other edit their work. Peer editing at its best!
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From School Counseling

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College Fair

Scholarship Lists are Updated Weekly!

AP Exam Info

ATTENTION AP STUDENTS: AP exam fees are due to Mrs. Gallagher in the HS Main Office by Friday, April 13th.Exams are $94.00 per exam. Checks should be made payable to "Scituate High School" with "AP" written in the lower left corner. Any student in need of financial assistance should contact Mr. Hassell. See Mrs. Charon, AP Coordinator, with questions in the library, call 401-647-4120, or email

Scituate in the News

LAC Meeting May 16th

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Spartan Athletics

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Spring Sports

Spring sports are finally underway. All athletes are registered and rosters have been finalized. Third quarter eligibility will be confirmed on Friday 4/13/18.

WEATHER As you all know Spring weather in New England is extremely unreliable. It changes day to day and sometimes minute to minute. Cancellations are sometimes tricky and sometimes unavoidable. Please stress to your athlete that he/she should dress appropriately and pack layers so that they are prepared for the quickly changing conditions.

Do not hesitate to reach Sal Gelsomino any time at or you can contact me at (401) 647-4120 X4124

Congrats Madison Medbury!

Shout out to Madison Medbury who received second team all-state honors for her performance on the basketball court. Madison helped lead the Lady Spartans to the DII Championship game, along with an overall state seed of 5, and a quarterfinal appearance in the Open RIIL State tournament. Congratulations Maddie!!!!!


A reminder that any student that fails 2 or more classes for the quarter and/or has a quarter GPA below 1.7 shall be deemed ineligible for athletics at Scituate High School.

Third quarter eligibility reports will be run Friday, April 13th


Scituate 6 Burriville 2. Spartans improve to 1-0
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Tough outing for the Boys Lax team April 3rd. ..battling Mother Nature as well as a feisty Lincoln squad


Volleyball is off to a great start!

Way to GO Spartans!!

Golf Tournament Fundraiser

On May 12th we will be holding the first annual Craig Feeney Golf Tournament at Foster Country Club. Craig was a firefighter for over thirty years. As a teenager he volunteered at Hope Jackson station in Scituate after which he was stationed in Exeter. Finally joining the ranks in the Cranston fire department in 1995 where he served for eighteen years. At his Alma Mata, Scituate High School, Craig was responsible for the resurgence of football in 2004 and was the assistant football coach for nine years. Sadly, Craig passed away after a courageous battle with cancer in 2013 at the young age of forty eight. This year we are holding this golf tournament to raise money for a scholarship in Craig’s name that will be awarded to a worthy student. A hallmark of Craig’s personality was helping others and our goal is to continue a scholarship in his name for years to come that will continue to help students realize there potential.

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District Newsletter from Dr. Sollitto

RI Foundation to Visit Scituate April 12th 6PM

The Rhode Island Foundation recently launched Together RI – a new initiative open to all Rhode Islanders and designed to create space for folks to be heard, to listen, to reconnect, and to promote civic and civil dialogue.

Together RI is a series of 20 neighborly get-togethers that began on March 22 and ends on May 5. We’ve had seven sessions so far, and the response to them has been very encouraging. Rhode Islanders are participating alongside their neighbors, strangers, and friends – sharing a family-style meal and talking face-to-face at schools, community centers and other places that are well known and accessible. Each session is free and open to the public.

We would love for you to join one (or more) of the Together RI conversations in your personal capacity, and would like to ask for your help spreading the word about this opportunity to your colleagues, friends, clients and constituents, and any other Rhode Islanders that you think might be interested in participating.

In fact, next week we will be at Scituate Senior High School on Thursday, April 12 at 6PM.

Please consider sharing a link to on social media, via an email blast, or by printing downloadable posters from the website and posting them at your convenience (to access those scroll all the way to the bottom of the Together RI site, they are organized geographically).

The website provides information on each Together RI date, time, and location. Registration is not required but is accepted via the links provided.

Each and every Rhode Islander has a role to play in ensuring our collective success. Together RI will give us an opportunity to find out more about what that means – person to person – and how we might all work together to achieve it. These conversations will be a neutral place for dialogue on topics that are critical to our common future, and a place where we hope the recent tendency toward divisiveness and polarization will be left at the door.

The Foundation’s role will be to provide the platform, and the meal, and then step back and listen carefully. Independent professional facilitators will guide the sessions and University of Rhode Island researchers will synthesize and help us share the results. We are committed to sharing anonymous, aggregated results broadly and without bias and hope that participants will meet someone new and will leave knowing that their voice was heard.

Thank you for your support, and please feel free to be in touch with any questions.


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