Screen To Keep Clean

Anna O'Connell, Staff Writer

January 8, 2018

Filed under News

In March 2016, the Massachusetts State Legislature passed the STEP Act, outlining requirements for public schools to partake in substance screening and education. Some may remember the Youth Risk Behavior Survey, an anonymous s...

E-Passes Making Life Easy

Jessica Presutti, Staff Writer

January 3, 2018

Filed under Features, News

Scituate High School has recently improved its technology by introducing the new electronic passes, or the E-Pass.  These passes are being used as an alternative to hand-written passes, and both students and staff see many ben...

Scituate Students Raise Money for Harvey Victims

Hannah Bates and Hannah Morel

January 3, 2018

Filed under News

The Raffle for Relief  was organized by Scituate High School's Community Service Learning class. The raffle raised money for a school in Spring, Texas, which was damaged by Hurricane Harvey earlier this school year. The ...

Middle School Kids Run Into 2018

Jessica Presutti, Staff Writer

January 3, 2018

Filed under News, Sports & Wellness

What better way to start off a new school year, in a new school, than with a new cross country team?  The inspiration for the creation of a middle school cross country team came from Jen Spaulding, a Gates parent who works in ano...

Scituate Students Participate in Successful Shoe Drive

Molly Bonner, Staff Writer

December 5, 2017

Filed under News, Top Stories

Through 103.3 AMP radio, Singer Liam Payne created a shoe drive for the Big Brother and Big sister foundation. Schools across Massachusetts were told to collect all the shoes, boots, and sneakers that they could. The school that...

Making Space for Creativity at SHS

Matt DiPesa, Editor in Chief

November 28, 2017

Filed under Features, News

Exciting new changes are coming to the Scituate High School media center. Last week, school librarian Rebecca Hamburgess unveiled the new “Makerspace,” a section of the library devoted to promoting independent learning. The p...

Lip Dub Designed to Promote School Unity

Emily Blanchard, Editor in Chief

November 21, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, Features, News

As Thanksgiving Day approaches, students at SHS are not only looking forward to the food-oriented family holiday; they are also excited about creating Scituate High School’s own lip dub--a popular trend that high schools all aro...

Turkey Day Traditions at SHS

Keillan Doyle, Intro to Journalism Writer

November 16, 2017

Filed under Features, Holiday Features, News

November is here, and with it comes Thanksgiving.  Throughout America, people are preparing for a variety of annual customs and get-togethers.  Within the Scituate High School community, students and teachers are doing the same...

Calculating at New Levels

Calculating at New Levels

November 13, 2017

Pep Rally Plans Revamped

Katherine Heneghan, Charlie McDonald, Skylar Rojik, and Hanna Lydon

November 12, 2017

Filed under News

Pep rallies are a long time tradition in high schools across the country. The purpose of a pep rally is to boost morale and school spirit, particularly before big games. At SHS, the fall pep rally has typically been the day befo...