SHS Spartan News

Week of June 7, 2021

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Week of Graduation!

Congratulations to the class of 2021 who will participate in our commencement ceremony on Friday June 11th! Graduation will be held at the Gazebo at North Scituate Elementary School and will be invite only based on state covid restrictions and seating chart requirements. Each graduate will be given up to six tickets for the event.

Seniors and their families should carefully review this week's graduation rehearsal plans. Seniors MUST attend all events this week.

We are looking forward to celebrating these amazing seniors!

Scituate School Committee Meeting June 8th

Tuesday, June 8th, 7pm

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Summer Credit Recovery June 21-July 9th

Scituate High School will release information around our summer school credit recovery program. This year, students with a year one final grade of 55% or higher will be eligible to recover credit and essential skills in our courses.

Junior Class Fundraisers

The Scituate High School Junior Class of 2022 will be hosting a drive-in movie night on Friday, June 18th at Hope Pond. The cost to attend this event is $5 per person. Both Scituate High School students and non-Scituate High School students are able to attend this event. We will welcome guests into the event beginning at 7:30 p.m. and the movie will begin at 8:30 p.m. Candy, food, and drinks will be available for purchase. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own chairs and/or a blanket to sit on during the event as well as bug spray!

Note: The rain date for this event will be Saturday, June 19th.
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Support the Juniors at Chipotle June 9th

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From ELA

Students in Mrs. Stormont's AP Literature course competed in a Spoken Word poetry contest throughout May. We crowned the winners during our last class together: Leah Tabor was champion with the poem "Love Song" by Dorothy Parker. Runners up were Dominic Wiharso with Claudia Rankine's "Don't Let Me Be Lonely: At the Airport Security Checkpoint," and Alexandra Iaciofano with CA Conrad's "Altered After Too Many Years Under The Mask."
Some of Mrs. Stormont's freshmen and Mrs. Hersh's math students had a meet with the Executive Director of The Sentinel Project, Mr. Chris Tuckwood. Mr. Tuckwood talked about how his organization uses technology to monitor hate speech and misinformation to prevent or mitigate atrocities and genocide. He also spoke about the importance of fostering critical thinking for all community members. The Sentinel Project is currently working in several countries, including Uganda, South Sudan, and the Democatic Republic of Congo. Thank you for joining us, Mr. Tuckwood!

From our Musicians Festival Concert

Traditionally, all members of high school music ensembles would attend a music festival through Great East Music Festivals where the ensembles receive adjudication and workshop their prepared pieces with professional musicians. Although we knew our festival would look very different this year, the music department remained committed to creating a high quality experience and education for our student musicians. The attached Concert Program showcases the talents of our students and faculty and demonstrates their unending passion and commitment for music even with pandemic restrictions.

Band and Chorus have each prepared three songs at a challenging level. Recorded separately, videos and audio tracks from all students were compiled and edited together by the wonderfully talented Billy Petterson, a former SHS music student. These virtual performances would not have been possible without his dedication and that of our music teachers and ensemble directors: Mr. Rivard, Ms. Tirocchi and Mrs. Vantine.

On behalf of the entire music department, I sincerely hope you enjoy our student performances! We'll be sharing our Virtual Pops Concert later this weekend and I'll make sure to send it your way.

Thank you for your continued commitment to excellence in music!


2021 Art Show

Congratulations to our SHS Artists and Ms. Feldman and Mrs. Rutherford for their hard work this year!

From Social Studies

Mrs. Buonaccorsi's RI/Scituate History classes made commercials for RI tourism. The classes watched some tourism commercials from other states and then discussed what made an effective commercial. The students brainstormed some of the attractions that RI has to offer as a tourist destination. Students then created their own commercial for RI.

News from National Honor Society

Junior members need to visit the google classroom to vote for the 2021-22 officers. The voting deadline is Monday, June 14, at 5 pm.

Senior Members: Mrs. Stormont will be removing you from the NHS google classroom soon. If there is any info on that wall that you'd like to save, please do so before Monday, June 14.

The informational google meet for parents and prospective members is postponed to Thursday, June 24, at 7 pm. Please email Mrs. Stormont if you would like the join code for that meet.

Congrats Unified Basketball

In the last game of the season, the Unified Basketball team played against the Rhode Island School for the Deaf. Olivia Barone, was an amazing mentor for the entire game. Noah Gervasio maneuvered past a good defensive player and kept the ball moving forward. Alex Toic continued perfecting his one-handed shot. Morgan Barone played three quarters, successfully scored and caught a pass or two. Libby Casasola came in late to the game and not only scored but jogged down the court a few times. Jonah Kimmell showed everyone his dribbling skills moving the ball down the court and scoring some points. In the final seconds, being down by two points, Jake Catanzaro received a pass and shot from the three point line and it was ALL NET! Scituate was victorious by one point and ended with an overall winning season!
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Summer 2021 Requirements

Senior Project Class of 2022!

Summer Ramp Up Programs


A FREE two-week summer readiness program

focusing on Reading, Writing, and Math developed by

the CCRI English and Math professors.

The Accuplacer Placement Exam will be administered

prior to and after the course. Fees will be waived.

Students who do not have electronic devices will be

provided one from CCRI.


Many students are ineligible to take college-level courses

because they do not meet the required ACCUPLACER

scores in reading, writing, and math. This program

will provide students with focused instruction in reading,

writing, and math to ensure college-level readiness.

2021-2022 Summer Reading SHS ELA

2021-2022 Summer Social Studies

2021-2022 Approved School Calendar

Many Opportunities through the ACN! Extended through June 11th

Student Pre-Registration for ACN Courses Extended Until June 11

Pre-registration for the All Course Network (ACN) is now open through June 11th at 5 P.M. for Summer 2021 and AY2021-2022 for students K-12! Please support students in course selection and registering before the deadline closes! Visit EnrollRI for more information and check out the RIDE press release about the launch here.

School members and counselors are invited to attend the ACN School Member Orientation on Wednesday, June 2nd at 9:30 A.M. We will be presenting important ACN updates, including, but not limited to: course student registration and approval policy changes, an updated ACN timeline, and report functionality in EnrollRI that will provide you with access to your students’ records.

SHS Learning Plan June 2021

All students are required to attend school through June 25th in order to meet the 180 day state requirement,. Please review the plan for the final few weeks carefully

Draft SHS End of Year Events

Please click below to view our event list from now through June. The list will be updated weekly and will be subject to change. Any changes will be communicated to all!

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"

June Lunch Menu

Spartan Athletics

Celebrate our Seniors

Our Senior Softball game against Lincoln will be held Sunday (June 6th) at 5:00 PM at Manning field. Come on by and celebrate our girls!
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Congrats Track Team!

Congratulations to our outdoor track team and senior Leah Tabor!
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Girls Lacrosse

CONGRATULATIONS the the Girls Lacrosse team for beating MSC in the pouring rain 20-10 Friday!
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Thank you Super Fan Fochler!

SHS Math teacher has supported the girls lacrosse team all season! Thank you for being our biggest cheerleader!

BINAX Testing (Optional)

BINAX Consent Form

Parents only need to email this form once


CONGRATULATIONS to the Baseball team for their 12-10 victory over Tiverto!

Shout out to Ben DeAngelis for his amazing home run hits!

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State Golf Tournament

Congratulations to Abi Pagnozzi and Jasper Bruins-Slot for qualifying and competing in the Rhode Island State golf Championships. This was the first time in 10 years Scituate has had any students qualify. Abi Pagnozzi played last Tuesday at Warwick CC and finished within the top 20 for the state out of female golfers. Jasper competed yesterday at Cranston CC and finished in 30th place out of over 100 of the best golfers in the state. Congratulations on your accomplishments and Scituate is proud!!
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Boys Lacrosse

CONGRATULATIONS to the Boys lacrosse team for their 13-1 win over Classical
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Spartan Wrestling Team

CONGRATULATIONS to the Spartan Wrestlers for their outstanding wins today!

SHS 51 / Johnston 12

SHS 60 / Mt Pleasant 0

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Summer Athletic Camps

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Attention Senior Cheerleaders

No cheerleaders have applied to date!!
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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.