June 4, 2018
Thank You Scituate Lions!
These members spent MANY hours on this project and as a result, the sign will remain in place for years to come! Thank you!
2018 Scituate High School Graduation June 8th 6:30 PM
Click below to view a packet that was shared with all seniors last week. Please be sure to view the document as it details end of year events for the class of 2018.
If weather allows, graduation will be held at the gazebo at North Scituate Elementary School and NO TICKETS will be needed for guests. However, if the graduation ceremony is moved to the high school auditorium due to inclement weather, four tickets will be distributed to all seniors this week. Students are encouraged to seek extra tickets from other students who may not need four. A request in writing to Mr. Hassell can be given to Mr.Hassell and families may be allowed additional tickets on a first come first serve basis. No more than two additional tickets may be requested due to a lack of space in the auditorium. Thank you for understanding!
Backyard Bash at Scituate High School! Last School Dance of the Year Grades 9, 10, 11
HOSA Bake-Sale & Car Wash June 9th
Scituate Events List Through End of Year - Mark Your Calendars!
Community Service Opportunity
Another Client Satisfied through our Engineering Academy
Scituate Future Farmers of America
From Mr. Bagley's Sports Literature Students
From School Counseling
Scholarship Lists are Updated Weekly!
Scituate Music Association
We will welcome the new board and share opportunities to support the music program during the 2018/2019 school year.
“Many hands make light work.” John Heywood
Thank you. Lori DiMatteo
Scituate on Social Media This Week
In the News!
Softball and Baseball
Way to GO Spartans!!
Girls Fastpitch and Boys Baseball served a double helping of playoff disappointment to Mount St. Charles this afternoon!!
The girls overcame a 4 run deficit in the bottom of the 7th, and won in the 8th when Liberty Dumas drove her sister Skylar in for the winner...The Dumas Connection!! Haley Venturini went 8 strong on the bump.
Logan Butkins pitched a complete game and scored the winning run in the boys 3-2 win on the road! Aidan Pendergast provided the offensive power and Max Pierce and Joe Angelino with the leather
Both teams move on in their respective playoff brackets
Congrats to these 6 Seniors, as Spartan Volleyball takes the 4 set victory from Mt. Pleasant!! The playoff push is on, and if these guys have anything to say about it, I'm sure that "dubs" will be abundant!!
Way to GO Spartans!!