SHS News

November 20, 2017

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We are thankful for YOU!

On behalf of the Scituate High School community, we would like to wish everyone a restful Thanksgiving with family and friends. We are truly grateful to have such a supportive and caring community at Scituate High School! Thank you for all that you do!

-Mr. Hassell

Reminder: No School

No School Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Nov. 22nd through Nov. 24th

Scituate High School Honor Roll Change

At the end of last year, the Scituate leadership team, department chairs, selected students, and parents, were part of a work group to revisit our honor roll requirements. In an effort to increase rigor and provide a goal of motivation, perseverance, and academic celebration among our students, we changed the criteria for honor roll making it more rigorous. The changes were published in our parent-student handbook for the 2017-2018 school year.


After reviewing the report for quarter one using the new standards, we have decided to revert back to last year's honor roll requirements. The list of students who made honor roll for quarter one will be released in early December. We will continue to look at new requirements for the 2018-2019 school year to make it fair and equitable for all students and will be seeking feedback from all Scituate stakeholders!



HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL


  • To achieve HIGH HONORS WITH DISTINCTION, a student must attain a Grade Point Average of 4.0000 with no grades below a B- in any subject.



  • To achieve HIGH HONORS, a student must attain a minimum GPA of 3.7000 with no grades below C- in any subject.



  • To achieve HONORS, a student must attain a minimum GPA of 3.0000 with no grades below C- in any subject. Weight factor will be applied to Honors’ courses only for GPA purposes.

Student Pictures and ID Cards

This week, all students will receive their school picture packet. Additionally, all students will be given a student ID card with their picture on it. Please reinforce with Scituate students that they should keep this card in a safe location as no replacement cards will be printed. Any Scituate student who shows their new ID card at an athletic event will now get into the event for free!

Unity Club Making Turkeys for Thanksgiving!

HS unified club made paper turkeys for thanksgiving saying what they are thankful for. The club was accompanied by both high school and middle school students with intellectual disabilities. Happy Thanksgiving from the Unified Club!
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STEAM-ing forward at SHS

50 Middle and High School Students were able to live chat with the crew aboard the R/V Nautilus! See live video below

PLTW Engineering Career Pathway

On Saturday, November 18, members of our Engineering classes participated in the Engineering Olympics organized by MakeRI and sponsored by a number or RI manufacturers. Teams competed in three instant design challenges, a "shark tank" presentation, and a trivia quiz. Though we did not earn top prizes, e had a lot of fun, and MakeRI made donations to the technology or engineering programs at all participating schools.
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PLTW Biomedical Science Career Pathway

Human Body Systems: Students continue to further investigate the brain and the major communication systems of the body. Superficial and deep brain maps were created on swim caps and students also dissected a sheep brain in order to more concretely visualize the structure of the brain.

Principles of Biomedical Science

Students in Principles of Biomedical Science have begun working on a diabetes unit. They have researched risk factors and symptoms of diabetes and completed a lab. The students learned why glucose tolerance testing and insulin testing are important for diagnosing diabetes and what the results of each of these tests mean.

Honors Biology with Mr. Goffe

Students wrap up a unit on photosynthesis and aerobic cellular respiration investigating the factors influencing rates of ATP production measuring variable changes in carbon dioxide and pH. Students reviewed a list of materials and designed and experiment and then tested their hypotheses.

WE NEED MORE STUDENTS! Computer Science For RU Summit! (CS4RI)

Join us for the Second Annual CS4RI Computer Science Summit at the Ryan Center on Wednesday, December 13, 2017. Tickets to this FREE event for students are limited, so please return signed permission slips ASAP. For more information: visit, watch, or email Scituate's Computer Science teachers Nicholas.Bousquet@ScituateSchoolsRI.net

From School Counseling

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SHS Winter Ball

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

69 Burlingame Road

Cranston, RI

Tickets are on sale now!

Scituate Music Association

The current Scituate Music Association Board members are retiring at the end of this school year. If you are interested in joining the board, please contact Stephanie Vantine. Thank you.

Lori DiMatteo
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Scituate Graduates Doing Great Things!

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Congrats Jane Owens!

Congrats to senior Jane Owens who committed to play softball for Bryant University!

Congrats on an AMAZING Season Ladies!!

Winter Athletics Sign Up Now!

Registration for all winter sports has begun. Parents/students should click on the following

Link http://www.scituatehs.rschoolteams.com/


Once on the site, you should click on the tab for activities registration.


As always all questions should be sent to me at athletic.director@scituateschoolsri.net or call at 226-1359.

Come see the last game of the football season!

Scituate will play North Smithfield at North Smithfield on Wednesday night. Dress warm and support our football team!

Order Your Spartan Gear While You Can!

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Local Advisory Committee Meeting

Click Here to View our District Calendar

November 7th will now be a staff PD day with no students. School will be open for special election including School Bond

Follow SpartanPrideRI on Social Media

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Get Remind Text Messages From SHS

Follow the instructions below to receive Scituate High School reminders and updates through text messages on your phone!
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Spread The Word!

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