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SCOPE Program7 viewsORRJHS seventh-graders participate in the school’s SCOPE program. Wednesday saw the students hiking the Mattapoisett Land Trust and joining together for trust- and team-building exercises under the guidance of science teacher Kathy Gauvin. Photos by Shawn Badgley
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ORR Class of 201357 viewsOld Rochester Regional High School seniors graduated on Saturday, June 8, in a commencement ceremony that took place in the gymnasium as storms threatened. For full coverage of the event, in addition to Senior Awards, see our ORR Update on page 38. Photos by Felix Perez
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ORR Class of 201327 viewsOld Rochester Regional High School seniors graduated on Saturday, June 8, in a commencement ceremony that took place in the gymnasium as storms threatened. For full coverage of the event, in addition to Senior Awards, see our ORR Update on page 38. Photos by Felix Perez
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ORR Class of 201318 viewsOld Rochester Regional High School seniors graduated on Saturday, June 8, in a commencement ceremony that took place in the gymnasium as storms threatened. For full coverage of the event, in addition to Senior Awards, see our ORR Update on page 38. Photos by Felix Perez
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Destination Imagination Global Finals15 viewsOld Rochester Regional Junior High School’s representative in the Destination Imagination Global Finals traveled to Knoxville, Tenn., during Memorial Day weekend to compete against the world’s most dynamic young minds. The GEEKS – Sara Lafrance, Holly Frink, Rikard Bodin, Kyle Rood, and Edward Krawczyk, as well as team managers Tina Rood and Kerry Bulman – finished seventh out 60 teams in their age group. Photos courtesy of Tina Rood.
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Destination Imagination Global Finals9 viewsOld Rochester Regional Junior High School’s representative in the Destination Imagination Global Finals traveled to Knoxville, Tenn., during Memorial Day weekend to compete against the world’s most dynamic young minds. The GEEKS – Sara Lafrance, Holly Frink, Rikard Bodin, Kyle Rood, and Edward Krawczyk, as well as team managers Tina Rood and Kerry Bulman – finished seventh out 60 teams in their age group. Photos courtesy of Tina Rood.
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Destination Imagination Global Finals9 viewsOld Rochester Regional Junior High School’s representative in the Destination Imagination Global Finals traveled to Knoxville, Tenn., during Memorial Day weekend to compete against the world’s most dynamic young minds. The GEEKS – Sara Lafrance, Holly Frink, Rikard Bodin, Kyle Rood, and Edward Krawczyk, as well as team managers Tina Rood and Kerry Bulman – finished seventh out 60 teams in their age group. Photos courtesy of Tina Rood.
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Student Art Exhibit10 viewsThe Mattapoisett Public Library is showcasing the work of ORR juniors and seniors through June, incluiding self portraits by Jake Rioux and Elizabeth Miller, multiple works by Anthea Andrade, and Lord of the Flies by Cassandra Nicolosi.
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Student Art Exhibit5 viewsThe Mattapoisett Public Library is showcasing the work of ORR juniors and seniors through June, incluiding self portraits by Jake Rioux and Elizabeth Miller, multiple works by Anthea Andrade, and Lord of the Flies by Cassandra Nicolosi.
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Student Art Exhibit33 viewsThe Mattapoisett Public Library is showcasing the work of ORR juniors and seniors through June, incluiding self portraits by Jake Rioux and Elizabeth Miller, multiple works by Anthea Andrade, and Lord of the Flies by Cassandra Nicolosi.
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Student Art Exhibit28 viewsThe Mattapoisett Public Library is showcasing the work of ORR juniors and seniors through June, incluiding self portraits by Jake Rioux and Elizabeth Miller, multiple works by Anthea Andrade, and Lord of the Flies by Cassandra Nicolosi.
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Sippican’s Got Talent5 viewsEighty-four students, thirty-seven performances, six acts, and two teachers add up to one great night of entertainment. The talents showed through at Sippican School’s “Sippican’s Got Talent” on June 6, 2013. There was dancing, there was singing, magic and even stand up comedy, they had it all. Photo by Paul Lopes
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