Cleaning Up the Environment While Clearing Out Old Devices

Aidan Morley, Staff Writer

December 4, 2019

The SHS Environmental Science class recently embarked on a new project: collecting “E-Waste” for charitable and educational organizations. E-Waste is the name given to electronic devices that have either stopped or are near...

Governor Baker Suspends Sale of Vaping Products

Mia Peterson, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

September 24th, 2019, marks the date when Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced a public health emergency. This placed a four-month ban on the sales of vaping products in Massachusetts.  The vaping epidemic has swept the nation, le...

S.A.I.L. Service Day Cancelled

Lily Grazioso and Lauren Chiasson

November 4, 2019

Originally scheduled for Friday, October 11th, "S.A.I.L. Service Day" was organized by freshman science teacher Charlotte O’Driscoll and her fellow freshmen teachers as a way to bring the freshman class together, while also...

Early Decision: Is It Right For You?

Chris Hernan, Staff Writer

October 22, 2019

The fall months of the school year mean one thing for Scituate High School seniors: college application crunch time. Applying early decision (ED) to schools has become increasingly popular over the years, mostly due to the Common...

Will the New Bus Policy Unite or Divide Middle and High Schoolers?

Lily Grazioso, Staff Writer

October 20, 2019

Scituate High School students are not alone on their busses anymore, as Gates Middle School students joined them this year. This policy was implemented because of the 15-minute difference in the schools’ start times. Responding...