SHS Weekly News March 25, 2019

Spartan Spirit Week

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Spartan Spirit Week!

Don’t forget to wear your FREE Spartan Olympics shirts on Friday! Shirts will be distributed no later than Thursday!
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Glow Dance Friday

Glow Party Dance is March 29th from 7-10pm in the large Gym. Early pick-up is at 9:30pm. Tickets are on sale now, $15 in school, $20 at the door. There are no ticket refunds. All attendees MUST have a completed Student Expectation Form.

Survey Ends March 31st

63% of our students and 36% of our families have completed the SurveyWorks survey as of today. Families and students have until March 31st to complete the survey. Thank you for your time on this!!


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End of Quarter 3 Approaching April 5th

Quarter three will come to a close in just two short weeks! Please make sure that students are trying their best and making up all missing work before the close of the quarter. Email teachers and school counselors with any questions.

Report cards will be emailed to families on April 12th

Rock the Test! April 9th SAT's & PSAT's

On Tuesday, April 9th all 10th grade students will participate in the PSAT's and all 11th grade students will participate in the SAT'S. Below are some important reminders for student's and their families:

  • Students should arrive at school on April 9th on time, well-rested, and should also eat a good breakfast

  • Students will be given short breaks throughout the day however, the test will take about four hours to complete

  • Students should not bring backpacks, cell phones, electronic devices, or smart watches into the testing classroom

  • Students can find their testing classroom posted throughout the school during the week of April 1st

  • Students are encouraged to bring snacks on the day of testing. Granola bars and water will be provided

  • Students will miss their usually scheduled lunch, therefore, please pack a bagged lunch for the day OR a free lunch can be provided to any student at 1:30 PM

Quarter Two Honor Roll!

Scituate Hosted State CTE Meeting

Proud to host the RI CTE Board meeting at Scituate HS. Lots of great work happening in our state to support students and industry!
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From Science

From English Language Arts

Students in Mrs. Stormont’s AP Literature class sort over 400 vocabulary words in an exercise to describe tone.
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Unity Club Takes the Plunge!

On Saturday a group of High school and Middle school students took the plunge into the freezing waters for Special Olympics and unified sports! As a state, over $50,000 were raised. Scituate high school students were able to raise just over a $1000 for the cause

Senior Project

On May 2nd, the high school Seniors will present their Senior Projects; it is always a great night for our students and judges. If you are interested in judging, contact Jill Morton, or call Scituate High School at 647-4120.
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From Industrial Technology

Students in our wood-shop designed manufacturing, boat building, furniture making and mural design.
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Please Support Conal Wilkie's Eagle Scout Project

Book Drive

Please donate new and

gently used books

For ages birth through teen

Donate March 20th to April 5th

From History

Mrs. Buonaccorsi's history classes participated in a Snap Raise campaign online to raise funds to provide backpacks filled with necessities for R.I. foster kids. Period 2 US I Honors History raised $1952.15.

Period 4 US I Honors History raised $2020.20

Period 5 and 7 Modern World History raised $688.30

Once the checks are delivered to the school from Snap Raise we will have a lot of shopping to do!

New Club: Scituate's own Literary Magazine

Starting this year, Scituate will have its own student-edited literary magazine, a home for student creative writing and art. We will feature poetry, nonfiction, fiction, and artwork from the best creative minds at SHS. We are currently seeking students to join our editorial staff. No prior editing experience is necessary. See the club advisor, Ms. Pace, if you are interested in joining. Meetings are held weekly in the library conference room at 2:30 pm on Thursdays.

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Ocean Exploration: Naval Science and Technology Camp

July 8-12, 2019
9AM – 3PM
URI Narragansett Bay Campus

The University of Rhode Island’s (URI) College of Ocean Engineering, in partnership with the URI Inner Space Center (ISC), is offering Ocean Exploration: Naval Science and Technology Camp tocurrent high school students. This week-long day camp will focus on exploring the ocean using marine technologies. Campers will build and test a variety of oceanographic tools and instruments, such as remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and ocean sensors, and engage with scientists who are involved in active missions to explore the otherwise “unknown ocean.”

With funding from the U.S. Office of Naval Research STEM program, the ISC is able to offer a discounted cost of $200/camper for this week-long camp. All applications will be reviewed and acceptance will be based on merit and teacher recommendations. Enrollment will be capped at 20 campers. Please note, only current high school students enrolled through the 2019/2020 school year will be considered.

To apply:

Application deadline: May 10, 2019

Please contact Andrea Gingras ( with any questions about this camp.

Class Rings

Sophomore Ring Assembly will be on Thursday, April 25th at 9:55.
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.

From Hope Elementary School PTA

Hope Elementary School PTA is hosting a BINGO Night on April 26th from 5:30-7:30. This is a great opportunity for community service hours for students. During the event, students would verify Bingo cards and work the prize table. It is a fun night and includes complimentary snow cones and popcorn.

Any student interested can contact Hope PTA at

School Counseling

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Event List Now Through End-of-Year!

Please click below to view our event list from now through June. The list will be updated weekly and will be subject to change

2019 Yearbook

In the News

What's Happening on Social Media?

Please follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter! @SpartanPrideRI

And... follow our CTE Program on Facebook @SprtanCTE

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Spartan Athletics

Unified Basketball Night Game

Scituate High School in conjunction with Smithfield High School, are hosting a unified basketball game between the two schools on Friday, April 5, 2019 at 6:00 PM Scituate HS. Both Unified Coaches are working hard to make this is fun community event for both towns. We really want to pack the stands for our unified players. We want to encourage unity not only among people within the town, but also between both towns.

Thank You Athletic Booster Club!

THANK YOU to everyone who came to the Boosters Mattress Sale. We had a very successful day, selling over 25 mattresses

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Spread The Word!

Now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year for students entering grades 9 and 10.


The Scituate School Department has released an updated non-discrimination policy. Please note that our Scituate High School 2018-2019 student and parent handbook was printed before the new statement was released. Therefore, the non-discrimination policy in this year's handbook is out of date. The current policy with updates is as follows:

The Scituate School Department does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, race, religion, national origin, color, creed, political affiliation or disability in any of its educational programs and activities, and in employment and application for employment, as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1965, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and other federal and state laws that prohibit discrimination. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Equal Employment Officer, P.O. Box 188, North Scituate, Rhode Island 02857, Telephone: (401) 647-4100; Email: You may also direct inquiries directly to: Office for Civil Rights (Boston Office), U.S. Department of Education, 8th Floor, 5 Post Office Square, Boston, MA 02109-3921, Telephone: (617) 289-0111; Facsimile: (617) 289-0150; Email: If you require an accommodation to attend a meeting or program at a school, call the Equal Employment Officer at least two business days in advance of the meeting or program.