SHS Weekly News April 22, 2019
Off-Site Evacuation Drill April 22nd
The Scituate Middle/High School will perform an off-site evacuation drill (weather permitting) on Monday, April 22nd. All students and staff will be directed to exit the building and will be accounted for at a predetermined location off campus. We encourage all students to wear comfortable, weather appropriate clothing and suitable shoes for a short walk.
The drill has been supported by the district emergency response team in conjunction with the Scituate Police and Fire Departments. During the drill, there will be an increase in police presence at the Middle/High School. Their presence is required for traffic direction and to provide school security. Once the drill is complete, students will return to the building and class will resume for the remainder of the day.
The Middle/High School Administors, School Counselors, School Resource Officer, and School Nurse have developed a list of students and faculty who may be physically unable to walk to the offsite location. Those students have been notified that they will remain in the middle/high school media center with appropriate school staff during the drill.
Students have been reminded to remain quiet during the drill and stay with their classroom teacher at all times. We encourage you to reinforce these points at home
As always, students safety is a top priority and we are fortunate to have the support of the community so that Scituate Middle/High School can be as prepared as possible during an emergency situation.
Thank you for your partnership and cooperation!
Robot Block Party
From SADD Club
SADD Club attended Mocktail on Wednesday night at Mt. Hope High School in Bristol. They created a mocktail in honor of Stephen Dupre who passed away in a drunk driving crash. Stephen Dupre was an avid poet and our Spartan's passed on his work with their community to keep his dream alive.
From English Language Arts
Scituate Annual Plant Sale
Prom Tips for Parents
The Family Ordering Night will be on Monday, April 29th from 5:30-6:30pm in the Auditorium Lobby
Additional ordering days will be Tuesday and Wednesday April 30th and May 1st during all lunches in the cafeteria.
Rings will be delivered at the Junior Ring Breakfast in the Fall. The date to be determined.
Last Chance for RI DOT Survey
Community Service Opportunities
- United Way Family Volunteer Earth Day
Taking care of our neighborhood - Family Volunteering Earth Day
In partnership with the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council's Greenway Parks Clean Day, United Earth Day cleanup will be at Riverside Park.
What: Family Volunteer Day: Earth Day Clean Up
When: Saturday, April 27, 2019 (Rain Date: April 28, 2019)
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Where: Riverside Park, 50 Aleppo Street, Providence
Sign up at: Earth Day Riverside Park Cleanup
- United Way of Rhode Island Children’s Book Drive, April & May - If you are interested in running a drive, send an email to email@example.com to receive “How to run a drive” sheet, along with our FAQ, and customizable poster.
- United Way of Rhode Island Day of Action Family Volunteer Book Sorting Project – June 1, 2 shifts: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm and 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm. Join us and help sort all the books donated during the Book Drive.
*Community Service Letters available upon request.
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Thank you Class of 2022 and Mr. Reed for an amazing Freshmen Leadership Academy!
WEATHER As you all know Spring weather in New England is extremely unreliable. It changes day to day and sometimes minute to minute. Cancellations are sometimes tricky and sometimes unavoidable. Please stress to your athlete that he/she should dress appropriately and pack layers so that they are prepared for the quickly changing conditions.
Do not hesitate to reach Sal Gelsomino any time at Athletic.firstname.lastname@example.org or you can contact me at (401) 647-4120 X4124
New England Student Leadership Conference
Each summer, student-athletes and school activities participants from RIIL member schools have the unique opportunity to network with students from Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont at the annual New England Student Leadership Conference. This year’s event will be conducted July 16-19,2019 at Worcester State University.
Students who are entering grades 10, 11, or 12 in the fall of 2019 are encouraged to apply for a spot in this conference.
In addition to the curriculum sessions, conference attendees from Rhode Island, that are entering their junior or senior year, will have the opportunity to learn about, and apply for a position on the 2019-2020 RIIL Student Advisory Committee.
Incredible attention is being paid to high school athletics and activities programs today. Participants in these programs are looked up to as leaders because of their position on the team or club. The impact that these young people have on the climate and culture of their schools, fellow students and community is tremendous. In fact, studies show that more than one-half of high school students participate in some form of school activity or athletic program. The involvement of these students in the success of a high school is paramount and critical.
2nd Annual Sparty!
CALLING ALL SPARTANS! Boosters is psyched to announce we will be hosting the 2nd annual SPARTY at Manning Field! Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 25th, from 2-6pm! Volleyball, Spikeball, Can Jam, Corn Hole, great food, music and more! #SpartyOn
CRAIG FEENEY MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT and Dinner
SUNDAY MAY 19
MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT and DinnerSee flyer to sign up! Or sponsor a T-shirt or Tee Box!
Contact Mark Reed with questions 401-465-4214
Please feel free to spread the word! Thanks!
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