SHS Weekly News January 7, 2019
Happy New Year!
Scituate High School Earns Four Star Rating!
According to the RIDE website, the report, “provides information about Rhode Island’s 2018 state assessment administration in English language arts and mathematics … from traditional measures like test scores and graduation rates, to broader measures like chronic absenteeism for students and teachers. These data result in a Star Rating for every public school in the state … which simplifies and summarizes overall performance.”
Congratulations to the amazing administration, teachers, staff members, and, of course, students at Scituate High!
To see the full report, visit: https://reportcard.ride.ri.gov/SchoolSnapshot?SchCode=30104&DistCode=30
Eighth Grade Move Up Night and Out-of District Open House Feb. 5th
We hope to have any current middle school or ninth grade families who are living in surrounding communities join us to learn more! Help spread the word!
"It takes a villiage", and we want you as part of our villiage! Scituate Schools have lots of "STEAMy" (Science, technology, engineering, art, math) events planned this year. We want to keep you informed and get you involved so you can share your knowledge and experience with our students. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey!
2019 Updated School Committee Schedule
School Counseling Dept.
Prepare RI Internship Applications Now Open for Grade 11!
From Family and Consumer Science
Culinary Arts students got in the holiday spirit by baking gingerbread cookies.
From Physical Ed
Open to all Students! SIGN UP!
Improve Speed Power and Quickness
Spartan Speed and Agility Training
Raising Healthy Teens
Join our New Maker Space Club!
What's Happening on Social Media?
And... follow our CTE Program on Facebook @SprtanCTE
Football All Division and All Academic Selections Announced- Congrats Boys!
The All Division Banquet is on Wednesday January 16 @ wrights Chicken Farm. All recipients of all division and all academic awards as well as any parents or guests are welcome to attend. Dinner starts at 6:30 doors open at 6:00 pm. First team players are free of charge all others can attend at a cost of $20.00 per person. All ticket money is due on Wednesday January 9 to Coach Reed. Checks can be made out to RIHSFCA.
*NO MONEY WILL BE COLLECTED AT THE DOOR THE NIGHT OF THE DINNER.
First team all Division:
Second team all div:
Third team all Div
Scituate all Academic
Brandon Talbot 12 4.17
Daniel Pietryski 10 3.80
Keilan Walsh 10 3.66
Logan Butkins 11 4.02
Lucas Riccitelli 11 4.17
Luke Portrais 11 4.0
Preston Collazo 12 3.61
Sean Ward 12 3.46
Trent Huff 11 3.73
Dylan Palmieri 12 3.7
The SpartaNovans got back on track Saturday with a solid 5-1 victory vs. Narr/Char!
Goals by Cam Barry (2), Joe Roy (2) and Evan Pendergast. First win for freshman Zach Grennon in net!
Next game Sunday, 7pm at Mount St. Charles vs. Mt. Hope
Great night for Boys Basketball...20 point victory vs. Paul Cuffee School!!
Way to GO Spartans!!
Max Pierce drains four threes, scores a Larry Bird, leads Scituate past Davies @SpartanPrideRI https://www.providencejournal.com/sports/high-school/box-score?tpl=Boxscore&site=default&Sport=&ID=72140&TeamID=&SearchType=Teams …
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