Fenway Flu Source of Record Absences

Taylor Varnum, Staff Writer

November 21, 2018

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On Halloween Day, the Fenway Flu struck a shocking 303 students at Scituate High School, forcing them all to be absent. The proud citizens of Boston -- both young and old -- took to the streets to celebrate the Red Sox after ...

First Semester at SHS Sees an Uptick in Stress Rates

Colleen Secaur, Staff Writer

November 18, 2018

Filed under Features, News

With each new year of high school, there comes a host of stressors, and with Scituate High School’s first quarter completed, stress and anxiety over school-related issues have hit many SHS students hard. I sat down with school ad...

New Librarian Takes Lead at SHS

Erin Logan, Staff Writer

November 18, 2018

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Notice someone different in the library this year? School librarian Susan Lydon has taken over the job, and she's very excited to work with SHS students. Lydon was born and raised in Braintree, Massachusetts. She graduated from Bates Coll...

New ELA Department Chair Joins SHS Team

Morgan Seghezzi, Hannah Bates, and Jessica Presutti

November 18, 2018

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As someone who’s always loved books, John Scopelleti seems well-qualified to be the new English department chair for Scituate High School. Hired at the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year, Scopelleti comes to Scituate fr...

Discover an Academic Sanctuary–Scituate Town Library

Morgan Seghezzi, Staff Writer

November 18, 2018

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Although the Town of Scituate finished renovating the library in the year 2017, some SHS students are just now discovering this incredible resource. In particular, the library quiet rooms are a big hit among high school stude...

The Emma Chamberlain Effect

The Emma Chamberlain Effect

November 15, 2018

Schindler Shakes It UP at SHS

Jack Kimball, Staff Writer

November 15, 2018

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Students who enter room 203 know they are in for an entertaining class. Jonathon Schindler, one of Scituate High School’s newest teachers, has already gained the respect and trust of many students. From his pencil-antics to his s...

What Comes Around, Goes Around: The Legacy of Paragon Carousel

Ryan Frankel, Editor

June 24, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, Features

August 2018 marks the 90th anniversary of the Paragon Carousel, and even today, the legacy of this historic South Shore landmark continues. Kellianne Frankel, development manager for the carousel, said her mission is to “help ...

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