SHS News

December 4, 2017

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Scituate High Awarded Champlin Grant for a Redesigned Library-Media Center!

The Champlin Foundation recently awarded Scituate High School a grant for $99,260 to improve the library media center (LMC). The proposal was prepared last spring by Mrs. Charon, library media specialist, and Ms. Donovan, STEAM Coordinator. Mrs. Greer Charon, was notified by letter from the Champlin Foundation on November 17th, and Scituate High School will receive grant funds mid-December. Project planning is in progress, and the bulk of the work will occur during the summer break. The main goal of the redesign is to improve our ability to foster 21st century collaboration with the primary focus to modify the layout of the main room of the LMC, while simultaneously repurposing three of the adjoining rooms. New furniture will be mobile, lending itself to multiple configurations for the different events hosted in the library. An additional laptop cart will be available for use in the library main room, which frees up the thin clients to be moved into what will be a self contained computer lab. The new computer lab and teacher work room will be set up with screen-casting capabilities for presentations and collaborative group work. The new conference room will also have screen-casting abilities, enabling teacher and parents to review student work and grades during meetings. Plans are in place for the new media center to begin renovation in June 2018 with a grand opening for the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year.

Student Council Selling Spartan "Funky" T-Shirts:

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G Suite for Education

All students now have access to the Google Suite using their Scituate domain. Most teachers have been applying the educational, digital tool in the classroom. Some lessons require students to use HP Stream Laptops where as other lessons may have students using their personal phone or ipad (not required) Please review some information below on G Suite privacy and IOS and Android devices.
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E-Cigarette and Vaporizing Devices

Since the start of school this year, Scituate High School has experienced an alarming growth in students using a vape device in school. One student using these devices is one too many. The perception among students seems to be that this is "no big deal." To the point where students have used a vaporizer in the bathroom, in the hall during passing time, or even during a class. Please see the article below for parents and begin to educate yourself on the health risks by using these devices. In addition, e-cigarettes and vaporizers are not allowed on school grounds and are covered in our student handbook under our tobacco use policy. Students will be given school consequences if a device is on their person on Scituate school grounds. Please have conversations with your students regarding the severity of this issue. As always, thank you for your partnership with us!

Last Chance to Call H & I

Friday, Dec. 15th, 3pm

H & I Studios

Senior Yearbook Picture!

For the past 7 months, H&I Photography has been photographing the
Class of 2018 for their official senior photo to be included in the yearbook.
If you have not been to the studio or had your photo taken at school
at Yearbook Only Day, the last opportunity will be to call the studio and
set up your appointment as soon as possible. The deadline to have
your image included in the yearbook is December 15th. You can reach
H&I Photography at 401-949-8184.

From History

Two of Mrs. Buonaccorsi's US I classes have collected donations and raised money to fill backpacks for foster kids. So far we have filled 11 backpacks but our goal is 20 backpacks. If you would like to donate money or any of the following items please contact Mrs. Buonaccorsi

We have shampoo, toothbrushes and toothpaste but we need:

9 more backpacks

paperback books

hair brushes


puzzle books like soduko or crosswords

school supplies

stuffed animals

small tissue packages

feminine products

elastics or headbands




PLTW Academy of Biomedical Science

BioMedical Pathways: Human Body Systems - Students continue to learn about neurons and the transmission of action potentials. The students pictured are collecting data using EKG sensors and accelerometers in order to measure the rate an action potential moves after a human is exposed to an external stimulus. The purpose is to illustrate that a reflex takes less time to move a body part than a cognitive response to a stimulus like sound.

From School Counseling

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SHS Winter Ball

Friday, Dec. 8th, 6:30-10:30pm

69 Burlingame Road

Cranston, RI

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School Committee Meeting Tuesday, December 5th

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Annual High School Holiday Concert

Tuesday, Dec. 19th, 7pm

94 Trimtown Road

Scituate, RI

Community Info Night Social Media, Cyber-bullying, and the Law

Wednesday, Dec. 13th, 6-7pm

94 Trimtown Road

Scituate, RI

Lieutenant Eric M. Yelle of the RI State Police will present to the community with information on bullying and social media. Community members will learn what their rights are as parents when someone is bullying or cyber-bullying their child. Lieutenant Yelle will provide definitions of these terms and explain the school's role as well as law enforcement's role in dealing with these issues.

Click here to view flyer

Spartan Athletics

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Goals by Aidan Pendergast, Joe Roy and Steve Durvin in the 5-3 loss to last year's champion, Mt. Hope. We'll see them a few more times...

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Post-Season Awards have been announced for Girls Soccer!!

Post-Season Awards have been announced for Girls Soccer!!

Madison Medbury (1st Team) and Taylor Parker (2nd Team)

Jensen Barry, Cassie Clancy, Delaney Langton and Emily Pietrantozzi

Madison Medbury, Serena Forte and Lyndsey Cairone

Division 2 Sportsmanship Award:
Erica Slader

Congratulations Ladies, you've made all Spartans proud!!

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Spread The Word!

Now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 SY for students entering grades 9 and 10.