SHS Weekly News October 1, 2018
STEAM at Scituate
From Biomedical Science
On Friday, September 28, students at the middle and high school got to talk to scientists currently on board the E/V Nautilus in five live interactions about their ongoing exploration in the
Papahānaumokuākea National Marine Monument near Hawaii. The phrase of the day was "arch volcanism" as we learned about how they are investigating a theory about how a particular set of underwater volcanoes formed to the north of the main island chain. Students also got to experience a virtual reality tour of the E/V Nautilus and the ROV Hercules with 180 images captured by Ms. Donovan when she was aboard Nautilus this summer.
Civil and Architectural Engineering
Students in Civil Engineering and Architecture completed a project studying and modeling different architectural styles. Thanks to support from the Scituate Lion's Club's support for Scituate STEAM, we were able to purchase a small laser etcher/cutter. So, stay tuned for the next iteration of this project when we are able to build the models from materials cut on the laser!
School Counseling Dept.
College Visit Schedule to Scituate HS
From Scituate Organizations
October School Committee Meeting
Tuesday, Oct. 2nd, 7pm
94 Trimtown Road
Childcare Volunteers Needed for PTO Meetings
Meetings at Clayville are generally held the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm at Clayville Elementary
Meetings at Hope are generally held the second Tuesday of the month at 7pm at Hope Elementary.
Clayville and Hope are excited about the prospects of connecting the Scituate youth community! PTO and school administration are happy to sign for volunteer/community service hours. For more information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Scituate Music Association (SMA)
The Scituate Music Association is seeking some help:
Parents and students, two requests:
1. Please sign up to volunteer in the food booth at Scituate Art Festival. Student sign up sheets are posted for you on the music board and parents please message SMA President, LisaMarie Del Santo at email@example.com or text her 401-338-4097 with your availability. Looking for 2 to 3 hour shifts all three days from 10 to 4:30.
Kids and parents earn SMA bucks for hours donated to add to your trip accounts!
2. Donations: case of water and/or soda.
If every family could donate one that would be great! They may be dropped off at the school office marked "SMA" any time before October 4th. Or at the SMA tent on Thursday, October 4th 2:30 - 3:30 please.
Scituate Flu Clinic
LOA Meeting Special Education Consortium
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