SHS Weekly News May 6th
Thank you Teachers! #ScituateTeachersRock
Scituate Voted Best Public School in RI!
Attention Parents of ALL Seniors:
Attention Parents of ALL Seniors:
On Tuesday, May 21st, we will be sponsoring our fourth 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 an award or scholarship from a business, civic organization or club outside of Scituate. Please contact Kaitlin Hitchings , Head of School Counseling, by Friday, May 10th so that recognition can be included in the program. Thank you! firstname.lastname@example.org
AP Exam Fee
First-Ever College Signing Day at SHS!
2019 Senior Project
Events Now Through June 12th
Annual Art Show Thursday
The Annual Middle School and High School Art Show will be held Thursday May 9th upstairs in rooms 301-303. Students and teachers can stop by during the day. The show opens to the public at 5:00 pm and runs to 7:00 pm. Hope to see you there!
Come check out SHS student artwork on display at the Warwick Mall ( until Sunday at 3:00 pm)! Nathaniel Smith, Sara Da Silva, Channing Goulet and Ben De Angelis all have pieces competing in “Artistic Discovery” a state high school art competition held my Congressman Langevin!
Modern World History
Students in Modern World History class presented about world leaders and protesters from around the globe, including musicians, and how they use their art to speak out about government policies. They connected these global personalities to the beliefs of the Enlightenment philosophers of the 17th century. Sophia Pardo-Quattrocchi used her beautiful singing voice to relay the beliefs of Pink and how they connect to the Enlightenment.
Thank You Mr. Pepperd!
Mr. Pepperd recently donated to the library a large number of fiction and nonfiction books received as a grant from the Five College Center for East Asian Studies and the National Council for Teaching about Asia. Each of the volumes is a winner of a Freeman Book Award, presents to excellent authorship regarding subjects pertaining to East Asia or authors there from.
High Five Friday at Hope
Nice Moves Mr. C!
2nd Annual Sparty!
CALLING ALL SPARTANS! Boosters is psyched to announce we will be hosting the 2nd annual SPARTY at Manning Field! Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 25th, from 2-6pm! Volleyball, Spikeball, Can Jam, Corn Hole, great food, music and more! #SpartyOn
CRAIG FEENEY MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT and Dinner
SUNDAY MAY 19
MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT and DinnerSee flyer to sign up! Or sponsor a T-shirt or Tee Box!
Contact Mark Reed with questions 401-465-4214
Please feel free to spread the word! Thanks!
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