SHS News

April 30, 2018

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Senior Project Thursday, May 3rd

Good luck to all of our seniors as they present their capstone senior project this Thursday!

In order to prepare rooms for the evening event, there will be a schedule change during the day on Thursday:

Periods: 4, 5, 1, 6, 7, 9


Judges:

As in the past, there will be two sessions of judging. Each session will have a short training on judging procedures and time will be allotted for a brief review of student binders. People who are interested in judging the first session should arrive at the school by 3:00. A light dinner will be served at 5:00 and the second session will begin at 5:50.


Jill.Morton@ScituateschoolsRI.net

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Attention Parents of ALL Seniors:

Attention Parents of ALL Seniors:


On Tuesday, May 15th, we will be sponsoring our third annual Senior Awards and Scholarship Night. At this event we will be awarding scholarships sponsored by the Scituate Scholarship Foundation and other local sponsors. We would also like to recognize any senior who may have received and award or scholarship from a business, civic organization or club outside of Scituate. Please contact Ms. Kathlyn Coleman, the senior guidance counselor or David Sweet, Assistant Principal by Thursday, May 10th so these recognitions can be included in the program. We can also be reached via email. david.sweet@scituateschoolsri.net

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School Committee Meeting

Sunday, April 29th, 7pm

Scituate HS Auditorium

NEED CLUB RI Winners 14th Year in a row!

Congratulations! The National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project is pleased to congratulate you and your students on an outstanding energy education project: Scituate High School NEED Club. Scituate High School was selected as Rhode Island Senior School of the Year and National Senior Runner Up. You and your students are invited to attend the NEED Youth Energy Conference and Awards scheduled for June 22-25, 2018 in Washington, D.C.

Congrats Mrs. Roberge!

Mrs. Roberge, along with the HOSA club students, were recognized by Governor Raimondo!


SHS students have the opportunity to attend the 41st annual International Leadership Conference being held in Dallas, in June. Please consider purchasing a t-shirt to help them get to Dallas!

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Computer Science at SHS

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From the English Department

Author Angelina Singer visited Mrs. Stormont’s Dystopia class to talk about dystopias, her novels, and the writing and publishing process.
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From Biomedical Science

Biomedical pathway students in Human Body Systems conduct a lab where four synthetic urine samples are visually examined and chemically tested. Students tested the urine for contents specific to particular abnormalities in kidney function. The data collected was then used as evidence to support or reject an initial diagnosis made based on patient information.
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URI Engineers Visit SHS

CTE Pathway students at SHS were treated with a presentation by students/faculty from URI's Biomedical Engineering program. Students were exposed to exciting college programs centering around the development of prosthetic organs with three areas of focus.

  1. The biology of functional prosthetic limbs.
  2. The computer designing challenges.
  3. The actual engineering of the materials.
CTE instructors are currently working with URI to develop a formal partnership where URI students will serve as mentors to SHS students in the CTE program opening the door for job shadowing, senior projects and invitations to special events on campus.
Pictured left to right:  Scott, (Goffe), Josh and Mabtahi

Biology Students Dissection Unit

Students in Biology learned to dissect while identifying parts of the body

From Physical Education

Students in PE participating in a ping pong tournament! Ms. Terra took the championship

From Industrial Technology

Scituate High School’s wood shop class has begun restoring the Randall Memorial which has sat atop the hill of the school since 1983. Students will learn about the memorial and bring it back to its original spartan glory! #proudspartan #beaspartan
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From School Counseling

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Scituate in the News

Scituate on Social Media This Week

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Spartan Athletics

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High Five Friday Boys Volleyball Visits Hope

Baseball

Scituate Baseball Club has added a 13-15 travel team to its Summer Programs. The independent league will go from mid June to the first week of Aug. We now have summer leagues for all age levels from 13-18.

LAX

Another solid win for Girls Lax Tuesday over North Providence


Haley Venturini and Allison Roy combined to to pitch a perfect five innings with 11 strikeouts and Venturini also had three hits, including a two-run homer to help her cause, as Scituate blanked East Greenwich, 16-0, in a Division II game that was shortened due to the mercy rule. Scituate improves to 6-4 on the year.


**Volunteers Wanted**

Home Girls Lacrosse Games

We are looking for volunteers to staff the concession stand at Manning Field. Adults or responsible teens looking for volunteer hrs. No cooking required...candy, popcorn and drinks, only. Please message Athletic Boosters on Facebook if you can help.

Golf Tournament Fundraiser

On May 12th we will be holding the first annual Craig Feeney Golf Tournament at Foster Country Club. Craig was a firefighter for over thirty years. As a teenager he volunteered at Hope Jackson station in Scituate after which he was stationed in Exeter. Finally joining the ranks in the Cranston fire department in 1995 where he served for eighteen years. At his Alma Mata, Scituate High School, Craig was responsible for the resurgence of football in 2004 and was the assistant football coach for nine years. Sadly, Craig passed away after a courageous battle with cancer in 2013 at the young age of forty eight. This year we are holding this golf tournament to raise money for a scholarship in Craig’s name that will be awarded to a worthy student. A hallmark of Craig’s personality was helping others and our goal is to continue a scholarship in his name for years to come that will continue to help students realize their potential.

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