SHS Weekly News September 17, 2018
Homecoming and Spirit Week
A reminder to all students:
All spirit day outfits, costumes, attire, clothing, and accessories MUST be school appropriate. Faces cannot be covered at all
Paint is not allowed
Out of the Darkness Walk
Facebook Live CTE Open House Spread the Word!
Scituate students and their families in middle school or out-of-district students in grades 7-10 should tune in to learn more!
School Counseling Dept.
College Visit Schedule to Scituate HS
View the College Planning Presentation from Ms. Hitchings
Scituate's CyberPatriot Program Launches Tuesday
From our Advanced Placement Language Class
From our Musicians
Brand New Piano Lab!
Student Agenda with SHS Handbook
Thank you for your attention to this important process!
From Scituate Organizations
Scituate Youth Basketball Camp
Scituate Connected will holding their next student meeting on Wednesday September 5th, 2018 at 6pm at the Howland Barn in Hope. While the students are meeting there will also be a separate meeting for any parents/adults interested in being a part of Scituate Connected or would like to volunteer for our Scavenger Hunt event. If anyone is unable to attend September 5th but would like to volunteer please email Kerri Santilli Kerrixray@gmail.com
Book Club Opportunity
What's Happening on Social Media?
And... follow our CTE Program on Facebook @SprtanCTE
High Five Friday Continues with Officer Parenti
K-12 Computer Science in Scituate
Spirit Week Begins...
Athletic Booster Club Needs You!
Shout out to the Lady Spartan Soccer team!! 2 games into their D1 season, and they are still undefeated!! A 4-4 tie vs Cumberland last week and a 3-1 win vs. EG
Way to GO Spartans!!
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