Academic Achievements

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The largest class in Skidmore College history – the 712 members of the Class of 2014 – was recognized at the college’s 103rd Commencement on May 17 at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center. Jennifer Wicks of Marion received a Bachelor of Arts degree. Chloe Rebecca Day of Mattapoisett, whose major is Preprofessional Health Studies, has […] Read more »

Senior Upcoming Event Schedule

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Wednesday, May 21 through Wednesday, May 28: Senior final exams will be held in their classrooms. Please report on time for all exams. Wednesday, May 28 – Mandatory Senior Class Meeting: 10:30 am in the auditorium. Seniors will receive their graduation cap and gown and graduation tickets only after all items are cleared with Mr. […] Read more »

Staff Embraces New Lockdown Procedure

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Twenty teachers huddled in the back of a classroom. Lights out, door locked, a decision was made. Within seconds, the teachers had every desk in the room pressed up against the door – a barricade was formed. A minute later, the door shook violently, but the barricade held. Round two. Without a barricade, the door […] Read more »

School Committee Adds to School Choice

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Mattapoisett School Committee members hold on to the hope that they will get one additional second-grade teacher for next year at Center School to support the larger first-grade moving up to second. The second grade currently has only three classes, rather than four. All during budget season, School Committee Chairman James Higgins continued to advocate […] Read more »

Senior Projects

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Tabor students have the opportunity to pursue an independent project during the last semester of their Tabor career. Since many of these projects take a long time to plan and to be approved, students begin planning at the start of their senior year, organizing schedules and sorting out the details of their project. This spring, […] Read more »

Academic Achievements

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Deborah Fraine of Mattapoisett was awarded a Master of Science degree in Healthcare Administration and Management during Salve Regina University’s 64th commencement held Sunday, May 18 overlooking the Cliff Walk in Newport, RI. UMass Dartmouth held their Commencement Ceremonies on May 16, and 17 graduates were celebrated at Main Campus. The following is a list […] Read more »

Academic Achievements

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Kiernan Dunlop, a resident of Marion, was recently inducted into Providence College’s chapter of Phi Sigma Iota and Sigma Delta Pi, the national honor society for International Foreign Language and Spanish. Dunlop, a member of the class of 2014, is pursuing a degree in Spanish/English. Thirty-nine Ouachita Baptist University students have been selected for inclusion […] Read more »

Tabor Track Ends Season at Home

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The Tabor Track and Field Team has the honor of hosting this year’s NEPSTA Division II New England Championship meet. This is especially exciting for the community because the track was only recently replaced to be a site suited for meets.             Athletes for the division’s 15 teams will be running, throwing, or jumping for […] Read more »

ORRJHS Students of the Month

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Kevin T. Brogioli, Principal of Old Rochester Regional Junior High School, announces the following Students of the Month for April: Red Team: Harrison Riley and Cassidy Bart Blue Team: Tyler Bungert and Alexandria Sheehan Orange Team: Jake Thompson and Angelina Cosgrove Green Team: Jacob Yeomans and Courtney Vance Read more »

SAC Welcomes New Representatives

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Last Wednesday, the South Eastern Regional Student Advisory Council (SERSAC) held its orientation for the 2014-2015 school year. Located at the Bridgewater-Raynham Regional High School, the orientation taught newly-elected student representatives about how the Student Advisory Council is organized and about what the students may be working on next year. This state-wide council is made […] Read more »