Daily Announcements

News and Announcements:

January 20
The Scituate High Drama Club's auditions for the spring musical, Legally Blonde, are this Thursday at 3:00 in the PAC. All are welcome to come audition. Please prepare 16-32 bars of a song in the style of the show. Anyone interested in auditioning for the role of Elle Woods should also be prepared to the sing the end of the song 'So Much Better'. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Maggio in room 273.

The library will be closed after school today for professional development.

The Community Service Club is having a new and gently used clothing, shoes and books drive starting today and going until Friday, February 4th. Drop off donations in the box by the office. Reach out to emmamclaughlin@student.scit.org or juliazegunia@student.scit.org with any questions.

December 2
The football Superbowl is tomorrow night. If you want to ride the fan bus there is still time to sign up. Please stop by Mrs. Ward's window to grab a permission slip. Please bring the slip and $10 back tomorrow morning as early as possible. Go support our Sailors!

December 1
Do you hear those jingle bells? It must be December 1st, which means the Scituation is launching its first senior sleigh ride. Check out scituation.net each day during the month of December to learn more about your favorite members of the senior class. Today, class president Celia Rees is featured, so check it out!

Hello SHS Anti Racist Club, I am hoping to get things up and running with the club by having a brief, initial meeting for those interested and available tomorrow, December 1st at 2:50 in Ms. Pace's room 134. Please spread the word, and all are welcome.

If the freshman class wants to get a class sweatshirt, please fill out the form everyone received via email. Once the form is filled out please bring $35 in to Ms. Hayden's rm 244 or Mr. Kermond's rm 237 by the 10th of December. If you have any questions please see your homeroom teacher, or Cici Griffin and Jane Ryan.


The 2022 yearbook team is already working hard to capture the major moments and memories of our school year.  It will surely be a book you are proud of and NOW is the time to reserve your copy.

Why order NOW?

Students ordering by December 31st will automatically be entered into a raffle to receive a 100% refund of their purchase price!
Yearbooks can be purchased online at is http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A03539300 for $85 or via check for $90.

Parents and caregivers, if ordering a yearbook for your child via the web, please order using your child’s name.

If you would prefer to order via check, see Mr. Ranieri in school or email him at granieri@scit.org for an order form.


November 23
The robotics club is meeting in Mr. Perrotto's room 123 tomorrow after school.

November 22
All juniors, please have $15 with you on Monday and Tuesday this week during lunch to purchase your class shirts for the school year that we will be wearing at the pep rally on Wednesday.

Congratulations to the Varsity Football team for their win over Grafton on Saturday. They will advance to the Superbowl! We are very proud of our sailors.

Congratulations to Stella Spaulding for coming in the top 20th of the XC State Championship

November 16

Picture Retakes will be held on Tuesday November 16.  Order before Picture Day on mylifetouch.com with your Student's School ID or Picture Day ID:  EVTSJMM3C

Best Buddies - Don't forget! Our trip to Plymouth Plantation is this Thursday. Space is limited and all must be registered in advance to attend. Sign up through the link in our Google Classroom or through the link sent out via email. This trip is capped at 50 people so sign up soon!

This Saturday bring your used electronics or old kitchen appliances to the Environmental Club's Recycling Event @ Gates Middle School from 10-3

November 15th
There is a meet the coaches event for all Winter sports tonight at 6pm in the Performing Arts Center.

GSA will meet after school on Wednesday and Thursday in room 244

November 12th
SHORE NEEDS "YOU". SHORE is a nonprofit organization that has supported the arts, athletics, and academics at Scituate High School for years, including the funding of our incredible new library space. Due to our AMAZING SHS Football team, they are in short supply of VOLUNTEERS tonight from 6-8PM and tomorrow from 8-10AM. If you can help, please email Mr. Scopelleti ASAP for details. Thanks!

There is a swim team preseason meeting in the cafe Tuesday at 3:15

November 11th
Happy Veteran's Day!

November 10th
The Scituate Anime Club will be meeting today after school in room 129. All are welcome.

The boys soccer team will travel to Nauset today for the 2nd round of MIAA playoff games at 5pm. Good luck to them!

I'd like to remind you all, tomorrow is not just a day off from school. Tomorrow is a day to acknowledge the 19 million living Americans that selflessly served our nation. Veterans come home with injuries, both physical and mental. Take the time to thank that aunt or grandfather, that neighbor or friend. While these heroes should be acknowledged everyday, let's make this Thursday extra special to those who served. Just saying thank you for your service is a nice reminder to veterans that everything they went through was worth it. I would like to especially thank Ms. Judy and Mr. Kermond, affectionately referred to as Kermdiggitydog, for their service to our nation.

November 9th
If you are enrolled in one or more Advanced Placement courses, please remember that this Wednesday, November 10th is  the last day you can sign up to take AP exams. See Mrs. Rundle in School counseling if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you.

November 8th
Attention all teachers, club advisors, and club leaders. The SHORE grant proposal meeting is scheduled for December 9th. This is literally an opportunity for you to ask for money for your club or classroom. Look up shore.home.blog on google, fill out their grant application and come to the meeting. That's it!

GSA will meet on Wednesday of this week. Please come!

The Robotics Team welcomes new members! Regular meetings start Tuesday with a meeting after school Tuesday in Room 123. 

The Red Cross club will be running a lunch booth at first and last lunch all week to raise money for a fundraiser. All proceeds go towards Totes of Hope - a campaign where they will be creating care packages for homeless veterans. If you would like to help, you can pay to guess how much candy is in a jar for a chance to win Lucky Finn giftcards and merch, or a Nona's giftcard. You are also welcome to donate items - see them at the lunch booth for more details!

Please notice the posters around the school announcing Grimshaw's relief. This is a great opportunity to help the kids in the Terrebonne Parish in Louisiana. This school district was hit extremely hard by Hurricane Ida and many schools haven't been able to reopen. Please consider donating school supplies such as Kleenex, wipes, or coloring books. There will be boxes in every homeroom  from November 8th to November 19th. The homeroom with the most donations will win a prize! If you have any questions, please email billiegrimshaw@student.scit.org

November 5th
Varsity Girls Soccer will be traveling to Notre Dame Academy today to play in round 1 of the MIAA Division 2 State Championship. Students wishing to show their support by sending them off can meet in the bus loop at 4:15 to cheer the bus as it leaves the high school.

National Honors Society is meeting during H block in the library - all seniors who are in NHS must be in attendance. See Mr. Roberts or Ms. Emerson with any questions.

Congratulations to the Math Team on their 2nd place finish at their first meet!

For all students taking the SAT's tomorrow, please be @ SHS Main Office entrance by 7:45 am. Please park near the front entrance.

November 4th
Varsity Field Hockey will be traveling to Oliver Ames today to play in round 1 of the MIAA Divison 2 State Championship. Students wishing to show their support by sending them off can meet in the bus loop at 4:15 to cheer the bus as it leaves the high school.

Get ready for some Winter MUNFUN! There's a Model UN meeting today after school in Mrs. Willinger's room, room 241, for anybody interested in attending the Boston University conference in February. All who are interested must attend this brief but important informational meeting. See you there!

We would like to congratulate and send GOOD LUCK to all of our teamps competing this week in MIAA State Championship games. 

Field Hockey, Thursday (today) 6pm @ Oliver Ames High School
Girls Soccer, Friday 11/5 5pm @ Notre Dame Academy
Football, Friday 11/5 versus East Longmeadow 7pm @ SHS
Boys Soccer, Saturday 11/6 2:30pm @ Melrose High


November 3rd
Amnesty International meets every Thursday at 7:50 am in 239, Ms. Emerson's room. Please come by to talk about how to best combat human rights abuses around the world!

November 2nd

All Juniors, please log onto the class of 2023 Google classroom or Instagram and fill out the Google form posted if you want to order a class shirt for the Thanksgiving pep rally. Each shirt costs $15 and you will pay with cash for the shirts after the junior class officers distribute them. The Google form must be submitted before the end of the school day today.

The Scituate Food Pantry has a volunteer opportunity for Scituate High School students this Wednesday, November 3rd at Holly Hill Farm in Cohasset from 3:15-5. Please contact Juli Mclaughlin at njmclaughlin@comcast.net

November 1st
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN AP COURSES - At this time, all AP students should have created or accessed their College Board account to: complete the AP course on-line registration process for each AP course they are enrolled in. This process must be completed by each student for each AP class (including students enrolled in VHS AP courses) so  that exam orders may be placed. If you are still having difficulty logging in, please see Ms. Rundle in the School Counseling suite before first block today! Regarding AP EXAMS COSTS AND PAYMENT: Students must decide if they wish to take the corresponding AP exam NO LATER THAN WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH. Payment is due by WEDNESDAY, November 10th. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS FEE IS NON-REFUNDABLE. Financial assistance is available to those who qualify. If you are requesting financial assistance please contact Ms. Rundle in School Counseling.

GSA will meet Wednesday and Thursday this week in Room 244.

October 25th
Fall sports picture day will be held on Tuesday November 2nd during the school day - All Fall teams will be photographed. See your coach for the order form if you wish to purchase pictures.

GSA is meeting Wednesday and Thursday this week in room 244.

October 21st
Don't forget today is an early release day and we get out at 12:56!

The library will be closed for D block today.

In Cross Country News: Congratulations to the winners in Tuesdays Intersquad Cross Country Meet. The team of Anna Kelly, Natalie D'Allotto, Kevin O'Keefe, Max Allen and Drew Belmarsh held on for a close victory. 

Tomorrow is the Credit for Life Fair for both the junior and senior class. Just a reminder to dress for success and complete the post fair reflection to be eligible to win prizes including junior and senior prom tickets. 

October 20th
The Scituate Anime Club will be meeting today after school in room 129. Please see Mr. Gross if interested.

GSA is meeting this week, please come!

S.H.O.R.E. is looking for volunteers for their annual craft fair on November 13th. There are also available slots to help set up on Friday the 12th. Check your school email or look at the counseling office bulletin board for more info!

October 19th
We have changed the start  time for tonight's mental health speaker to 6:00 pm. Please join us in the library to hear Elizabeth's inspiring journey towards wellness. See Mrs. Lopes in room 150 if you have any questions.

A reminder that GSA is meeting tomorrow and tomorrow only this week, please come!

October 18th
This is the last day for the fundraiser to donate canned foods and clean socks to the homeless and elderly communities. Reminder that they are in front of the main office!

Thank you to all of our teachers, members of student government and student council for making our Homecoming dance AMAZING!

Finally, ALL lunches are now being held in the cafeteria - woo hoo!

The library is open for drop-ins B, A & E blocks. No drop-ins D and G blocks. D block will also be closed for drop-ins on Wednesday and Thursday. Thank you!

GSA is meeting this week on Wednesday ONLY. Please come!

October 15th
PSAT/NMSQT UPDATE: 10th and 11th grade students who are participating in the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday October 16th should enter the school building at the main office doors location NO LATER THAN 7:45 am. Students will then be directed to their testing room locations and testing will begin immediately at 8:00 am. Total testing time for the standard administration is 2 hours & 55 minutes including breaks. Please note that an additional 45 minutes will be required to complete the pre and post testing administrative tasks. Total testing time for students receiving timing and/or break accommodations will be extended as dictated by the College Board. (Those students will be notified of their testing room locations separately via email.) Please note that students are expected to bring two #2 pencils (non-mechanical) and a calculator for the exam. Students may bring water and snacks which they may consume during the scheduled breaks. Extra calculators will not be provided. Students are highly encouraged to review the PSAT Student Guide. Paper copies of this guide will be available for student pick up outside of the cafeteria and small gym on Friday.

Each year faculty and students in the senior class have the privilege of nominating one student to be chosen for the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award. The DAR Good Citizens Award and Scholarship Contest, created in 1934, is intended to encourage and reward the qualities of good citizenship. This award recognizes and rewards individuals who possess the qualities of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism in their homes, schools, and communities. The winner of this year's DAR Good Citizens Award is: JANE NAYLOR. Congrats Jane!

October 14th
A message from Emani Summerville: Thank you so much for the people who already donated. I really appreciate it. I'm still collecting until Monday (10/18) after school for the Thornton St. Farm in Boston. If you want to donate any new socks or canned foods, the boxes will be in front of the main office. Also, they will be available during homecoming, so if you want to bring anything before you get your boogie on, they will be there!

The three student ambassadors to the MIAA at SHS are working to collect new, unworn socks. There will be a collection stand at the club carnival as well as the football game this Friday, a bin in the lobby, the library, the senior center, and the village market. All socks are due by the 21st and all donations will be given to Maura's hopeful mission. Please reach out to Courtland Hare, Megan Nelson or Mr. Paine with any questions.

The homecoming dance is Saturday from 6-8pm. It is open to all SHS students. Tickets can be bought ahead of time in Mrs. Willinger's Room for $5 cheaper than at the door, so buy them now!

October 13th
GSA will meet in Room 244 after school Wednesday 10/13 and Thursday 10/14 this week. There are snacks!

A message on behalf of Enviro Club: Hi, I'm Lily W, co president of the Enviro Club. At 2:50 today, the Enviro Club is meeting in Room 127 for 15 mins about the Kent St Marsh Clean Up on Sunday from 1-3. Want to do your part for the environment? Join us and and also  get 2 hours of community service!

Old Announcements
Fitness Center - The Fitness Center is now open after school until 4:15pm on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday for general student and faculty use.  Any group looking to reserve dedicated time in the fitness center should do so after 4:15pm.

Environmental Club - meets September 15 at 2:50pm in Room 127.  If you would like to participate in the tshirt tie dye activity please bring your own tshirt.  Any questions please contact jhartweg@scit.org.

The PSATs will take place on Saturday, October 16, 2021 at SHS for current junior and sophomore students.  Students must register by September 13 at 5:00pm (firm deadline).  A registration link was sent to parents and students on 9/8.  The cost is $25 per student.  Please contact your school counselor directly for more information.

Join us for Malawi Children's Mission (MCM) Amazing Race on Sunday October 17th starting at noon in Scituate. Be 1 of 20 teams (4 people*) participating in 8 "family friendly" Amazing Race style challenges. You'll immerse yourself in the lives of the children you sponsor while having fun competing for prizes. Any student race participant would get a minimum of 10 hours community service. Each team is asked to raise $1000 but we do not want that to limit any team who wants to sign up and participate. Once signed up you'll be able to easily create a donation page with a link to send out to friends and family. Teams will need 1 driver and it is recommended team members be over 10 years old.

Counselors will be hosting college application workshops with college-bound seniors in the library on Wed 9/29, Thurs 9/30, and Fri 10/1. If you're applying to college this year, you must sign up for a workshop. Please access the link that will be sent to your Scituate email address during H block today. This will be a time when students can ask questions and work on Naviance tasks and their applications with counselors - so bring a device with you. Attendance will be taken.

Attention Seniors: The school counseling department is hosting college application workshops in the library. If you signed up for a workshop during A, E, or G blocks today, you must check in with your classroom teacher before proceeding to the Library Media Center. Attendance will also be taken when you arrive at the workshops. Please be sure to bring a device with you.

Proctors are needed for the PSATs Saturday October 16th. Teachers, Paras and office staff are all able to proctor. For additional information please contact Tammy in the counseling office. 

All students taking the Saturday October 2nd SATs should report to the cafeteria, and be checked in by 7:30 am. Testing begins at 8am. No cell phones please.

The international club will hold an informational meeting on Thursday at 3pm in Mrs. Gutierrez' room 266. Come celebrate international communities, all are welcome!

A message from Emani Summerville: I am hosting a community giving project to help elderly and homeless communities. My goal is to raise awareness towards these communities. I work at the Thornton St. Farm in Boston where we harvest vegetables and deliver them to the elders in our community. In the winter, the ground freezes over which means we can't harvest for the winter season. With the help of the students, faculty and teachers, I am collecting canned foods and new socks (per request) to deliver them with my coworkers. If you are interested in donating, the boxes are in front of the main office. They will be available for the next week.

Homecoming spirit week days: Tuesday is Boston sports day, Wednesday is neon day, Thursday is movie and tv character day and Friday is sailor nation (blue and white) day!

Students of SHS! The Homecoming dance is Saturday, October 16th from 6pm-8pm. This is a semi-formal event hosted in the large gym. Tickets can be purchased ahead of time for $10 in Mrs. Willinger's room 241. Tickets can also be purchased at the dance evening of for $15. We hope to see you there! - From the 2024 class Student Government.

Students taking the PSAT October 16th may pick up the Student Guide outside the small gym or cafeteria today, Friday October 8th.

This message is for juniors and seniors: Credit for life is coming on Oct. 22nd. Please fill out the Career Choice survey on Aspen as soon as you can. The deadline to complete the form is Oct 12th, or we will select a career for you.

Join Best Buddies, the largest club at SHS! Be on the lookout via email regarding registration through the CORSE Foundation this week!

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