SHS Spartan News

Week of November 9th Group A Week

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Happy Veteran's Day

Last year Scituate High School was honored to host our first-ever Veterans Day ceremony.

Thank you to all of the veterans out there! A special shout out to our own Robert Corrente, Director of Facilities and our Engineering Academy teacher, Captain Andrew McCarthy!

From the Scituate High School Chorus

Great work Mrs. Tirocchi and the SHS Chorus! Please listen to the National Anthem in honor of Veterans day!
Scituate High School Choir singing The National Anthem


"Scituate" Virtual Ensemble

No School Wednesday Tues. Nov. 11th in Honor of Veterans Day

End of Quarter One and Parent-Teacher Conferences

Quarter One ends on Monday. Nov. 16th. All SHS families will receive an email with their teenager's quarter one report card in PDF form on Monday, November 23rd at 3:30 PM. If you do not receive an email or if you would like a printed report card please contact the guidance office at 647-4180

Parents and Guardians should review their students' grades in Powerschool and can call to schedule parent/teacher conferences. All conferences will be virtual this year.

You may schedule conferences by calling Scituate High School at 647-4120. Please be prepared with what teachers you would like to see when calling to make appointments.

Conferences will run from 6:00-8:00 PM via Google Meets

Student Technology Issues?

If students are having technology issues, they should email

If your chromebook is not working and you are not able to email, you could call the main office 647-4120

Departments Nights to Begin Again! (Virtually)

Begining Nov. 17th Students may attend a virtual department night each day from 3:00-3:30 PM


  • Music
  • World Language
  • School Counseling
  • Special Ed


  • ELA
  • PE/Health
  • Art


  • Science
  • FCS
  • Social Studies
  • Library/Media


  • Math/Computer Science
  • Senior Project
  • Nurse
  • Reading

From Student Council

The Student Council is excited to announce its plans for a Virtual Pep Rally. The Pep Rally will be released as a pre-recorded video in early December. All clubs, sports teams, faculty departments, classes and class officers are invited and encouraged to create a brief video celebrating school spirit and unity. These videos will be compiled and edited into a final product shared on social media. Submissions are asked to follow the guidelines in the attached document.

All Students

Please fill out the attached form from Student Council involving Class Officer Elections.

Thank you,

Joey Del Santo

From Early Enrollment Biology

Students in Honors Early Enrollment Biology are investigating the impact of ocean acidification on marine organisms. By exposing clam, mussel and scallop shells to acid (vinegar), students can observe the physical changes and better understand the notion that when carbon dioxide dissolves in seawater, the seawater becomes more acidic and has a very negative effect on the shells of marine animals.

From Biomedical Science

This week in principles of biomedical science students worked on a blood typing lab. Students will use this information to help solve the mysterious death of the fictional Anna Garcia in class.

From Social Studies

Students in Current Middle East Conflict class have been conversing via email with Mrs. Seger‘s contacts in Turkey and France regarding the ongoing conflict between the leaders of both nations. They have been discussing the recent terrorist attacks, freedom of expression, freedom of religion and the use of boycotting as a form of protest. They were excited to hear the insights of people on the ground in both of these countries.

US History II

Students in US History II enjoyed a digital field trip to the National WWI Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri. This experience expanded their understanding of how World War I is an important piece of global history and important to continue to study today.
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AP Gov Students at the Polls!

As part of the Advanced Placement US Government and Politics' "Civic Engagement" project, Scituate students worked at the polls. They will be sharing their experiences from the 3 polling locations this week in class. Other students have explored joining interest groups and the effect that form of civic involvement can have on the electoral process and on policy shaping.
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From High School English

Our distant learning students can pickup materials in the HS cafe while they come in on Nov. 16th fro yearbook photos.

2021 Yearbook


Don't miss the opportunity to put an ad in for your senior this year!

Senior Parents here is the link to purchase your ad for the yearbook

click on yearbooks

then yearbook ads

From School Counseling

Please view our scholarship link. The spreadsheet will be updated on a weekly basis

RISAS Newsletter

SAT Prep and Khan Academy

National SAT Practice Test Day

Mental Health Support

COVID-19 Daily Screener

Our parent screener can be found on our high school website. Visit and go to the tab, Students & Parents and click "Parent/Guardian Attestation Form"

Picture Day for Distant Learners Nov. 16th

November 16th will be a professional development day for teachers. We ask that our students who are distant learning arrange transportation to the school between 11:00 AM-3:00 PM. H & I Photography will be set up outside of the high school cafeteria. Students are asked to drive to the back of the school to take the yearbook picture

Interested in becoming a paraprofessional?

This email is to inform you of our monthly online teacher assistant training at the Institute for Labor Studies & Research. Please see attached flyer listing our online class dates and details for anyone who may be interested. If you have any questions or need more information please feel free to contact me: Fatima Martin or Haley De La Rosa

Nov. Menu

Insurance for School Owned Chromebooks

Click below to see how parents can select to purchase insurance for your SHS student's chromebook.

Free Lunch and Breakfast For All!

Click the link below to find out how all SHS students can receive free cold lunch and breakfast this year!

2020-2021 Free and Reduced Lunch

Please consider applying for free and reduced lunch for the upcoming year. Families who qualified last year must complete a new application each year. All forms and applications are confidential and are processed through our central office. Please call 647-4100 with any questions. Click the button below to view all forms and applications

Spartan Athletics

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Girls Tennis

Tough 2-5 loss for Girls Tennis Saturday against Cranston East!

Big win against Coventry earlier in the week!

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Scituate Athletic Boosters Opens Brick Fundraiser!

Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Purchase your custom brick soon to take advantage of last year’s prices.

After Thanksgiving, prices will increase by $10.

If you purchase a brick as a gift and would like a Gift of Purchase Certificate, simply DM us.

Visit Scituate High School's Website!

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Visit our Athletic Website


The Scituate School Department has released an updated non-discrimination policy. Please note that our Scituate High School 2018-2019 student and parent handbook was printed before the new statement was released. Therefore, the non-discrimination policy in this year's handbook is out of date. The current policy with updates is as follows:

The Scituate School Department does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, race, religion, national origin, color, creed, political affiliation or disability in any of its educational programs and activities, and in employment and application for employment, as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1965, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and other federal and state laws that prohibit discrimination. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Equal Employment Officer, P.O. Box 188, North Scituate, Rhode Island 02857, Telephone: (401) 647-4100; Email: You may also direct inquiries directly to: Office for Civil Rights (Boston Office), U.S. Department of Education, 8th Floor, 5 Post Office Square, Boston, MA 02109-3921, Telephone: (617) 289-0111; Facsimile: (617) 289-0150; Email: If you require an accommodation to attend a meeting or program at a school, call the Equal Employment Officer at least two business days in advance of the meeting or program.