SHS Weekly News March 4, 2019
2019 SurveyWorks is Here! Scituate High Code: 30104family
The SurveyWorks Stakeholder Survey Initiative is an effort to gather information that will help improve the quality of schools across Rhode Island. The surveys capture and assess information that helps educators understand and act upon what students, teachers, support professionals, administrators, and parents say about the climate, culture, and learning environments in their schools. The survey window will close on March 31, 2019.
Scituate School Committee Meeting
Tuesday, March 5th, 7pm
94 Trimtown Road
Save the Date
New Club Opportunity
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. All students who love writing and art are welcome to attend an informational meeting on Thursday, March 7th after school in the library. See the club advisor, Ms. Pace, with any questions.
Attention 10th and 11th Grade
Event List Now Through End-of-Year!
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Winter Awards Night
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