A Pricey Prom

A Pricey Prom

January 17, 2019

SHS Planning to Disconnect to Connect

Danny Todd, Staff Writer

January 16, 2019

Filed under News

As time moves along, high school teachers across the country are relying more and more on technology for their lessons. At Scituate High School, almost every teacher uses Google Classroom or emails to share assignments and intera...

Plastic Bag Ban Creates Division Among Scituate Residents

Miles Bowker, Staff Writer

January 15, 2019

Filed under News

Late last year, Scituate voters went to the polls and voted to ban single-use plastic bags at stores located in town, starting in 2019. Organized by local residents, the movement to ban plastic bags at Scituate stores gained ...

State School Applications are on the Rise

Hannah Carle and Julia Pasini

January 15, 2019

Filed under Features, News

With news of early college acceptances rolling in, members of the Class of 2019 are already setting trends. There is noticeable excitement as students consider which colleges, and which regions of the country, represent the b...

Stay-in-Place Ordered on January 10th

Juliet Ball, Staff Writer

January 15, 2019

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On Thursday, January 10th, at approximately 2:35 p.m., SHS principal Robert Wargo issued a “stay-in-place,” which was announced over the loudspeaker. Although students would normally be released at 2:41 p.m., all students and ...

Boston Herald Available to All Students

Daniel Todd, Staff Writer

January 13, 2019

Filed under News

On Thursday, January 10th, SHS librarian Susan Lydon announced that Scituate High School students will now be able to access the electronic version of the Boston Herald. This news source is being offered free of charge while st...

The library is Now Closed in the Afternoons

Hannah Morel and Juliet Ball

January 3, 2019

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The Scituate High School library will now be closed to students in the afternoons. The doors are locked from 11:30 to last bell; however, it is open after school and in the mornings. The librarian, Susan Lydon, explains that st...