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Much Ado About Nothing3 viewsShakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” is this year’s fifth and sixth grade spring production at Rochester Memorial School. This is sixth grade teacher Danni Kleiman’s 29th year as the play director, producer, and writer. The performance is Friday, May 1 at 7:00 pm in the school cafetorium.
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Much Ado About Nothing3 viewsShakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” is this year’s fifth and sixth grade spring production at Rochester Memorial School. This is sixth grade teacher Danni Kleiman’s 29th year as the play director, producer, and writer. The performance is Friday, May 1 at 7:00 pm in the school cafetorium.
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Much Ado About Nothing3 viewsShakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” is this year’s fifth and sixth grade spring production at Rochester Memorial School. This is sixth grade teacher Danni Kleiman’s 29th year as the play director, producer, and writer. The performance is Friday, May 1 at 7:00 pm in the school cafetorium.
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Students vs. Staff Basketball Game5 viewsLast Wednesday April 15,2015 Sippican held its annual 6th grade students vs. staff basketball game. We also had a special visit from a few of our ORR bulldog state champs! Thank you boys for joining us for a good time had by all.
Photos by Jean Roseman and Meg Taylor
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Students vs. Staff Basketball Game3 viewsLast Wednesday April 15,2015 Sippican held its annual 6th grade students vs. staff basketball game. We also had a special visit from a few of our ORR bulldog state champs! Thank you boys for joining us for a good time had by all.
Photos by Jean Roseman and Meg Taylor
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Students vs. Staff Basketball Game3 viewsLast Wednesday April 15,2015 Sippican held its annual 6th grade students vs. staff basketball game. We also had a special visit from a few of our ORR bulldog state champs! Thank you boys for joining us for a good time had by all.
Photos by Jean Roseman and Meg Taylor
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show26 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show23 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show24 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show23 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show23 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show22 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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