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WSHS News January 19, 2018

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  • February 16, 2018

    • We already have a lot of pajamas! Let’s keep them coming! Remember that they must be NEW pajamas and the sizes needed are newborn to adult medium. You can drop them off at morning drop-off or in the box in the lobby. Let’s help the children in need.
     
    • Attention students and staff: Prices for the yearbook will increase after this week. Why not take advantage of the lowest price possible by ordering before February vacation. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.
  • February 15, 2018

    • We already have a lot of pajamas! Let’s keep them coming! Remember that they must be NEW pajamas and the sizes needed are newborn to adult medium. You can drop them off at morning drop-off or in the box in the lobby. Let’s help the children in need.

    • There will be a mandatory meeting for ALL National Honor Society members in the auditorium at tutorial.

    • Attention students and staff: Prices for the yearbook will increase after this week. Why not take advantage of the lowest price possible by ordering before February vacation. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.

    • Tomorrow is the final day to submit your deposit and permission slip for the March 3rd ski trip!

    • Congratulations to the Sacred Heart Girls’ middle school team for finishing their season off with a win against South Shore Vo-Tech. The girls beat Vo-Tech 19-14 and ended their season with a winning record of 7-5. Great job!

    • The girls’ Varsity Basketball team improved their record to 12 and 7 with a win over South Shore Vo-Tech 32-25. The Saints were led by our freshman shooting guard and our senior forward scoring 11 and 10 points respectively. Congratulations!
  • February 14, 2018

    • Roots and Shoots members who can help clean the Recycling Room on Thursday should sign up on Google Classroom.

    • We already have a lot of pajamas! Let’s keep them coming! Remember that they must be NEW pajamas and the sizes needed are newborn to adult medium. You can drop them off at morning drop-off or in the box in the lobby. Let’s help the children in need.
  • February 13, 2018

    • The Guidance Department is pleased to announce the following college acceptances – Congratulations!

    Mia Gavin Coastal Carolina University, Stockton University
    Feiyou Guo U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, The Ohio State University
    Kristen Kline Clarkson University
    Aidan MacDonald Quinnipiac University, Sacred Heart University
    Caitlin Prario East Carolina University, Endicott College, Framingham State U,
    U. of Mass, Boston, Mount Ida College, Suffolk University
    Antony Santos University of Maine

    • Students going on the ski trip deposits and permission slips are due by Friday, February 16th. We need 20 people to make this trip a go.

    • Reminder there will be a mandatory meeting of all Extraordinary Ministers during tutorial today in room 204.

    • Attention National Honor Society Members: There will be a mandatory meeting this Thursday during tutorial in the auditorium. Please bring your dues to this meeting, $20 for seniors and $25 for juniors.

    • Roots and Shoots members who can help clean the Recycling Room on Thursday should sign up on Google Classroom.

    • We already have a lot of pajamas! Let’s keep them coming! Remember that they must be NEW pajamas and the sizes needed are newborn to adult medium. You can drop them off at morning drop-off or in the box in the lobby. Let’s help the children in need.

    • Today is the last day for the Student Council Valentine’s Day fundraiser. Cost is $1.00 for 4 hershey kisses. Student Council members will send them anonymously.

    • Shout out to the girls’ middle school basketball team on their victory against Cape Cod Academy. The girls were able to take the win with a score of 30-21. Great job ladies!
  • February 12, 2018

    • Congratulations to sophomore Kayla Turner for qualifying for the Catholic National Speech Tournament in Washington, DC which will take place over Memorial Day weekend. Further kudos to Evrosina Award for being named first alternative at the same event!
     
    • WE NEED NEW PAJAMAS! The National Junior Honor Society is joining with Cradles to Crayons and the Boston Bruins to collect pajamas for children in need. The pajamas must be new and the sizes needed are newborn to adult medium. We will accept donations until March 3rd. You can drop off the pajamas at the morning drop-off or put them in the box in the lobby. Thank you!
     
    • There will be a brief but mandatory meeting of all Extraordinary Ministers Tuesday during tutorial in Mrs. Hurm’s office.
     
    • Attention yearbook staff: There will be a meeting before school tomorrow from 7:20 – 7:40 in Mr. Masi’s room (see email for topics).
     
    • Student Council is hosting a Valentine’s Day Fundraiser! Buy a valentine for a friend and Student Council members will send them anonymously! One dollar buys you four hershey kisses! Thank you and Happy Valentine’s Day!
     
    • The girls’ varsity basketball team lost to West Bridgewater on Friday. Julia Jennings and Aidan MacDonald each hit four 3 pointers !
  • February 9, 2018

    • There will be a mandatory meeting for those students interested in working with costumes, makeup, sets or lights for the play competition. Please meet in room 207 during break.

    • The girls’ junior varsity basketball team beat Bishop Connolly yesterday 38-18. Claire Bulger scored 12 and Kyla Quelle scored her season high 8 points. Emma Barnes dominated in rebounding at both ends of the floor for the Saints. Congratulations!

    • Student Council is hosting a Valentine’s Day Fundraiser! Buy a valentine for a friend and Student Council members will send them anonymously! One dollar buys you four hershey kisses! Thank you and Happy Valentine’s Day!

    • All permission slips for the Roots & Shoots field trip to the local nursing home are due by Friday, February 9th. Please return your slips to Ms. Briggs or Miss Gillespie.

    • There will be a mandatory meeting for the Ski Club on Friday, February 9th in the Chemistry Lab during tutorial. If you are interested in going skiing you must attend. The trip is for grades 9-12.
  • February 8, 2018

    • Student Council is hosting a Valentine’s Day Fundraiser! Buy a valentine for a friend and Student Council members will send them anonymously! One dollar buys you four hershey kisses! Thank you and Happy Valentine’s Day!

    • All permission slips for the Roots & Shoots field trip to the local nursing home are due by Friday, February 9th. Please return your slips to Ms. Briggs or Miss Gillespie.

    • There will be a mandatory meeting for the Ski Club on Friday, February 9th in the Chemistry Lab during tutorial. If you are interested in going skiing you must attend. The trip is for grades 9-12.
  • February 7, 2018

    • Students wishing to learn more about Sacred Heart’s Italian exchange program should attend an informational meeting in room 214 during high school tutorial today. Mrs. Trahon will show pictures and answer questions about her study abroad experience and Mrs. Parry will outline Sacred Heart’s program for 2018-2019. The last day to register for the trip is Wednesday, February 28th. Don’t let this opportunity pass you by!

    • Starting today the ‘Us and Them’ cast will have rehearsals until 4:30. If you are available today during tutorial please report to the auditorium to run lines.

    • All permission slips for the Roots & Shoots field trip to the local nursing home are due by Friday, February 9th. Please return your slips to Ms. Briggs or Miss Gillespie.

    • There will be a mandatory meeting for the Ski Club on Friday, February 9th in the Chemistry Lab during tutorial. If you are interested in going skiing you must attend. The trip is for grades 9-12.
  • February 6, 2018

    • All permission slips for the Roots & Shoots field trip to the local nursing home are due by Friday, February 9th. Please return your slips to Ms. Briggs or Miss Gillespie.

    • There will be a mandatory meeting for the Ski Club on Friday, February 9th in the Chemistry Lab during tutorial. If you are interested in going skiing you must attend. The trip is for grades 9-12.

    • Rehearsal today after school for the “Us and Them” cast.

    • Girls’ middle school basketball team beat Coyle Cassidy yesterday with a score of 20-16. The girls have increased their record to 5-3. Great job ladies!

    • The girls’ junior varsity basketball team picked up their 7th win yesterday at Holbrook 37-20. Emma Barnes led the Saints with 12 points. She also was perfect from the line. Hannah Boyd chipped in 6 points and team Captain Sam Latini had 6 as well.

     • The girls’ varsity basketball team improved its record to 11-5 with a win over Holbrook 40-32. Aidan MacDonald had a monster game with 19 points. The girls play tomorrow night at home vs. Bishop Connolly.
  • February 5, 2018

    • Please join the Guidance Office in congratulating the following seniors for their college acceptances:
     
    Peter Beuttel                     Anna Maria College
    Caitlin Brown                     Nichols College, Stonehill College
    Abby Chapin                      University of South Carolina
    Sean Flaherty                    Curry College, University of Maryland, College Park
                                            Saint Joseph’s College – ME
    Bryce Lehner                     University of Arizona, University of Rhode Island
     
    • Thomas Mortimer has been selected from a competitive pool of juniors from across the country for the Inaugural Humanities Overnight Program.  He will have the unique opportunity to attend workshops and classes and interact with the world class faculty.  Congratulations!
     
    • Cheers to Kayla Turner for qualifying for Nationals in Florida this June.  This makes two years in a row for Kayla, a rare speech feat!  Congratulations!
     
    • Congratulations to Olivia Solis for her ‘Honorable Mention’ in Children’s Literature at the Pike School in Andover yesterday.
     
    • A BIG congratulations to seniors Teaghan Gokey and Olivia Colombo for winning GOLD KEYS  in this year’s Boston Globe Scholastic Art competition.  Gold Key is the highest tier of award for this contest.  Teaghan and Olivia will be attending a ceremony at Tufts University where their work will be on display.  You can view their amazing artwork on the Sacred Heart Kingston Art Instagram.  Look them up! #sacredheartkingstonart
     
    • We will continue to collect items for our Blessings Bags all week.  Donation boxes will be outside in the morning and in the Campus Ministry Office.
  • February 2, 2018

    • The Guidance Office is pleased to announce the following college acceptances – Congratulations!

    Reagan Cavanaugh Saint Anselm College
    Maggie Dakin University of Tampa
    Nick Fantasia Curry College

    • Attention students and staff: The price of the yearbook will increase after February vacation. The yearbook staff members have been working diligently to make this issue of The Corric a memorable one. Take advantage of the lowest price by ordering before February vacation. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. See Mr. Masi if you have any questions.
  • February 1, 2018

    • Attention Middle School Students: Come one, come all to the dance tomorrow night! Pizza and soda will be served. You can get your tickets at lunch today or tomorrow. Tickets are $6.00 in advance and $8.00 at the door. Be there or be square!

    • There will be a mandatory meeting for all Roots and Shoots members Thursday, February 1st at both high school and middle school tutorials in Miss Gillespie’s room 96.

    • Roots and Shoots members who want to sign up for cleaning the recycling room after school on Thursday, February 1st should respond to the assignment on Google Classroom.

    • Reminder to all senior boys: Tuxedo fitting is today at tutorial in room 109.

    • Attention students and staff: The price of the yearbook will increase after February vacation. The yearbook staff members have been working diligently to make this issue of The Corric a memorable one. Take advantage of the lowest price by ordering before February vacation. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. See Mr. Masi if you have any questions.

    • The girls’ varsity basketball team improved its record to 9 wins and 5 losses with a win over Holbrook 42-25. Kylee Slavik led all scorers with 11 points while Aidan MacDonald and Julia Jennings chipped in with 10 and 9 points respectively. The girls will attempt to clinch a play-off spot tomorrow night at Avon.

    • The girls’ junior varsity basketball team beat Holbrook yesterday 34-18. Emma Barnes put up 12 points, Claire Bulger chipped in 8 and Kiley Murphy helped out with 6. Sae-mee Park and Caileigh Koylion played great defense forcing Holbrook to turn over the ball numerous times.
  • January 31, 2018

    • Cardinal Sean O’Malley and Father Eric Cadin would like to thank the following students Peter Carchidi, Jordan Hurley, Michael Hurm, Joe Krochko, JT Tierney, Will Mayo and Sully Padgett for braving the cold and traveling to the Seminary to have dinner with them last night.

    • There will be a mandatory meeting for all Roots and Shoots members Thursday, February 1st at both high school and middle school tutorials in Miss Gillespie’s room 96.

    • Roots and Shoots members who want to sign up for cleaning the recycling room after school on Thursday, February 1st should respond to the assignment on Google Classroom.

    • Attention students and staff: The price of the yearbook will increase after February vacation. The yearbook staff members have been working diligently to make this issue of The Corric a memorable one. Take advantage of the lowest price by ordering before February vacation. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. See Mr. Masi if you have any questions.

    • On Monday the Girl’s Middle School basketball team won their fourth game against Coyle-Cassidy with a 25-21 win. Great job ladies!

    • On Monday, the girl’s varsity basketball team improved its record to 8-5 with a win over Bristol Aggie 53-59. Julia Jennings led the way with a career high of 15 points, Kylee Slavik and Reilly Sweeney chipped in with 14 and 10 points respectively. The girls play today at home against Holbrook.
  • January 29, 2018

    • Are you still thinking about our two week study exchange trip to Italy next year? Join Mrs. Parry and Miss Trahon in room 214 tomorrow during high school tutorial. Mrs. Parry will give a presentation and answer all your questions about the trip. Miss Trahon has pictures from her year studying in Florence. Come learn more about this unique opportunity before program deposits are due on February 16th.

    • Attention students and staff: The price of the yearbook will increase after February vacation. The yearbook staff members have been working diligently to make this issue of The Corric a memorable one. Take advantage of the lowest price by ordering before February vacation. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. See Mr. Masi if you have any questions.
  • January 26, 2018

    • The Guidance Department is pleased to announce the following college acceptances – Congratulations!

    Caitlin Brown                                  Lasell College
    Christopher Brown                          Lasell College, University of Maine
    Alessia Capocelli                             Sacred Heart University
    Reagan Cavanaugh                         Saint Michael’s College
    Nicholas Fantasia                            Stonehill College
    Benjamin  Gallo                              Jefferson (Philadelphia University & Thomas
                                                         Jefferson University) North Carolina State                                                         University, University of Rhode Island,                                                               Wentworth Institute of Technology
     
    Julia Jennings                                 Emmanuel College
     
    Amanda Latini                                   Bridgewater State University,
                                                            Westfield State University
     
    • Are you still thinking about our two-week study exchange trip to Italy next year?  Join Mrs. Parry and Miss Trahon in room 214 on Tuesday, January 30th during high school tutorial.  Mrs. Parry will give a presentation and answer all your questions about the trip.  Miss Trahon has pictures from her year studying in Florence.  Come learn more about this unique opportunity before program deposits are due on February 16th.
     
    • Attention students and staff:  The price of the yearbook will increase after February vacation.  The yearbook staff members have been working diligently to make this issue of The Corric memorable.  Be sure to take advantage of the lowest price by ordering before February vacation.  All transactions take place on the Jostens website.  Please see Mr. Masi if you have any questions.
     
    •  Students interested in writing for the next issue of The Heart Beat should see Ms. Briggs in room 210 at tutorial today.
  • January 25, 2018

    • Attention students and staff:  The price of the yearbook will increase after February vacation.  The yearbook staff members have been working diligently to make this issue of The Corric memorable.  Be sure to take advantage of the lowest price by ordering before February vacation.  All transactions take place on the Jostens website.  Please see Mr. Masi if you have any questions.
     
    • Students interested in writing for the next issue of The Heart Beat should see Ms. Briggs in room 210 at tutorial on Friday, January 26th.
     
    • Attention yearbook staff:  There will be a meeting tomorrow morning before school at 7:20.
     
    • The girls’ junior varsity basketball team lost their 2nd game of the season to West Bridgewater.  Samantha Latini and Emma Barnes were the team’s high scorers each with 6 points.
     
    • Girls’ varsity basketball lost to West Bridgewater 31-44.  Aidan MacDonald led the way with 17 points.  The loss drops the girls’ record to 7-4.
  • January 24, 2018

    • Attention students and staff: The price of the yearbook will increase after February vacation. The yearbook staff members have been working diligently to make this issue of The Corric memorable. Be sure to take advantage of the lowest price by ordering before February vacation. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. Please see Mr. Masi if you have any questions.

    • Students interested in writing for the next issue of The Heart Beat should see Ms. Briggs in room 210 at tutorial on Friday, January 26th.
  • January 23, 2018

    • Attention 7th and 8th grade National Junior Honor Society Members: There will be a NJHS meeting in the lower gym at tutorial today.

    • Lingua Franca the school’s literary magazine is now open for submissions. Please send your writing or artwork to SHHSLitmag@gmail.com or Elena Murphy at emurphy@sacredheartma.com including the type of your work and if you are submitting to the Annual “Write-a-Palooza” competition! The categories this year are Prose, Poetry and Artwork. There will be prizes!

    • Students interested in writing for the next issue of The Heart Beat should see Ms. Briggs in room 210 at tutorial on Friday, January 26th.

    • Sacred Heart girl’s intermediate school basketball team won their 3rd basketball game against Rising Tide yesterday with a score of 17-15 great job ladies!
  • January 22, 2018

    • Congratulations to Kayla Turner for her advancement into the semi-final Speech Success at the Sun-Vite Tournament in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Columbia University, New York.  Additional kudos to Emma Mossman for her advancement in the final round at the middle school tournament in Shrewsbury.
     
    • Students interested in writing for the next issue of The Heart Beat should see Ms. Briggs in room 210 on Friday, January 26th.
     
    • Attention Yearbook Staff:  There will be a meeting tomorrow morning before school at 7:20 in Mr. Masi’s room.
  • January 19, 2018

    • Please join us today for an “Hour of Prayer” in the chapel from 10:00 – 11:00

    • The Guidance Office is pleased to announce the following college acceptances – Congratulations!

    Hannah Andrade University of Rhode Island
    Caitlin Brown Mass. College of Liberal Arts, Nichols College
    Christopher Brown Franklin Pierce University, Mass. College of Liberal Arts, Nichols College, Rivier University
    Reagan Cavanaugh Johnson & Wales University (Providence)
    Rose Crossman University of New Hampshire at Durham,
    Quinnipiac University
    John Crowley Emmanuel College, Saint Anselm College
    Sean Flaherty Pennsylvania State University
    Conor Greeley Saint Anselm College
    Yifan Guo University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Julia Jennings Bryant University, Quinnipiac University, Saint Anselm College
    Aidan MacDonald Saint Joseph’s College-ME
    Kaitlyn Melchionda University of New Hampshire at Durham
    Tyler Potrykus Anna Maria College, Bridgewater State University,
    Emmanuel College, Saint Anselm College
    Caitlin Prario Coastal Carolina University, Keene State College,
    West Virginia University
    Rachel Struski Pennsylvania State University
    Yueyang Zhang U. of Mass-Amherst, U. of Pittsburgh, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  • January 18, 2018

    • A reminder to senior boys :  Tux fitting today at tutorial in room 109.
     
    • There will be a mandatory SADD meeting this Friday before school in room 202 to nominate themes and assign planning committee roles for this year’s semi-formal.  New members are welcome please reach out to Mrs. Ward for more information.
     
    • Reminder to New York City travelers:  $100 deposit is due this Friday. Please see Ms. Trahon or Mrs. Murphy for details.
     
    • The junior varsity girls’ basketball team beat Upper Cape yesterday 33-14.  The team is 4-1 on the season.
     
    • The girls’ varsity basketball team defeated Upper Cape 36-21 to improve their record to 6-2.  The girls play Friday at Bishop Connolly.
  • January 17, 2018

    • There will be a mandatory SADD meeting this Friday before school in room 202 to nominate themes and assign planning committee roles for this year’s semi-formal. New members are welcome please reach out to Mrs. Ward for more information.

    • Roots & Shoots members who can help clean the Recycling Room please email Ms. Briggs.

    • The girls’ varsity basketball team improved their record to 5-2 with a 36-19 win over South Shore Christian Academy. The girls play tonight at Upper Cape Tech.
  • January 16, 2018

    • There will be a mandatory SADD meeting this Friday before school in room 202 to nominate themes and assign planning committee roles for this year’s semi-formal. New members are welcome please reach out to Mrs. Ward for more information.

    • Attention New York City travelers: $100 deposit is due this Friday, January 19th. See Mrs. Murphy or Miss Trahon for information.

    • Students attending the March for Life, please meet in the Campus Ministry Office during tutorial.
     
    • Attention Yearbook Staff: There will be a meeting this Thursday before school at 7:20 in Mr. Masi’s room. Please make every effort to attend.

    • Roots and Shoots members who are able to help clean the Recycling Room today please report to the sub-basement at 2:40 p.m.

    • The girls’ varsity basketball team defeated Avon Friday night to improve to 4-2. Julia Jennings led the way with 9 points. The girls play tonight at 5:00 p.m.
  • January 11, 2018

    • Students planning to travel to New York City this April MUST submit $100 deposit today to Mrs. Murphy or Ms. Trahon.
     
    • The Saints hockey team defeated Tri-County yesterday 8-1!  Christian Koylion had a hat trick, Spencer Irving had 2 goals and one goal each from Jack Silva, Nick Sivieri and Max Allen.  Jake Egan had a shutout  on 16 shots and Bradley Staruski had 6 saves on 7 shots.  The Saints have a home game on Monday, January 15th at 2:20.
  • January 10, 2018

    • Attention students planning to travel to New York City this April – you MUST submit $100 deposit to Mrs. Murphy or Ms. Trahon by tomorrow.

    • International students wanting to travel during February break must attend today’s meeting during tutorial in room 214. All travel forms are due to Mrs. Parry today.

    • Roots and Shoots members will be meeting in room 210 today. Also please sign up for cleaning the Recycling Room Wednesday after school. Sign up on Google Classroom.

    • The Chinese Culture and Language Club’s first meeting will be today at tutorial in Mrs. Dick’s room 114. All are welcome to join!

    • Attention Yearbook Staff: There will be an important meeting tomorrow before school at 7:20. Please make every effort to attend.
  • January 9, 2018

    • The Guidance Office is pleased to announce the following college acceptances Congratulations!

    Lily Rose Bracken Champlain College
    University of Colorado at Denver
    Endicott College

    Caitlin Brown Bridgewater State University
    Merrimack College
    Stonehill College

    Christopher Brown Bridgewater State University
    Merrimack College
    College of St. Joseph, VT

    Mia Camelio University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
    Quinnipiac University
    Roger Williams University
    Saint Anselm College

    Reagan Cavanaugh Bridgewater State University
    Curry College

    Rose Crossman Roger Williams University

    Jack Crowley Saint Michael's College, VT
    Salve Regina University

    Maggie Dakin Alaska Pacific University
    Salve Regina University

    Derrick Doncaster United States Merchant Marine Academy

    Kaitlyn Melchionda Bridgewater State University
    Curry College
    Emmanuel College
    Johnson & Wales University (Providence)
    University of Maine, Orono
    Salem State University

    Tyler Potrykus Marquette University
    Stonehill College

    Rachel Struski Champlain College
    Emmanuel College
    Louisiana State University
    Salve Regina University
     
    • Attention students planning to travel to New York City this April – you MUST submit $100 deposit to Mrs. Murphy or Ms. Trahon by Thursday.

    • Roots and Shoots members will be meeting in room 210 tomorrow. Also please sign up for cleaning the Recycling Room Wednesday after school. Sign up on Google Classroom.

    • Are you interested in a fun and interesting club? Chinese Culture and Language Club will begin on Wednesday, January 10th. For more information see Bob Chai or Mrs. Dick.
  • January 8, 2018

    • It was a busy weekend for Speech. On Saturday, Hannah Andrade took home $200 for making it into the district finals in the Lion’s Club “Youth  Speaks” speech tournament.  The varsity team competed at Newton South High School where Evrosina Awad took 2nd place in Novice Reading.  Kayla Turner placed first in Program Oral Interpretation and Dramatic Performance.  As a team Sacred Heart received one of the Sweepstakes trophies.  Congratulations!
     
    • Are you interested in a fun and interesting club?  Chinese Culture and Language Club will begin on Wednesday, January 10th.   For more information see Bob Chai or Mrs. Dick.
  • January 3, 2018

    • Are you interested in a fun and interesting club? Chinese Culture and Language Club will begin on Wednesday, January 10th. For more information see Bob Chai or Mrs. Dick.

    • The boys and girls swim team had their first home meet of the season yesterday against Bishop Connolly. The boys fell a little short of a win but outstanding performances were turned in by Aidan Varano, Andrew Hokanson, Sullivan Padgett and TK Coleman! The girls team secured its first victory of the season by a score of 62 to 54. Outstanding performances were turned in by Kristina Fantoni, Iris Secakusuma, Lauren Hanna, Emily Porelle, Marissa Mattie and Elizabeth Lombardo! Congratulations!
  • December 22, 2017

    • Please join us in congratulating the following seniors for their college acceptances – Congratulations:

    Hannah Andrade U. of Mass., Boston, St. Michael’s College, Salem State College
    Jillian Blake Husson University
    Mia Camelio Emmanuel College
    Reagan Cavanaugh Franklin Pierce University
    Maggie Dakin St. Michael’s College
    Derrick Doncaster Case Western Reserve University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    Sean Flaherty Stonehill College
    Eve Flederman Suffolk University
    Conor Greeley Fairfield University, Stonehill College
    Johnson Gui University of Mass., Amherst
    Abigail Harrenstein U. of Massachusetts, Boston, Boston “Honors Program,
    University of St. Joseph “Honors Program”
    Kristen Kline Bridgewater State University
    Aidan MacDonald The Catholic University of America, U. of Mass., Boston,
    Salve Regina University
    Elena Murphy Furman University, Ithaca College (School of Humanities & Sciences), Tulane University (Tulane College of Liberal Arts & Sciences)
    Samuel Presutti Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    Taylor Ruscansky Florida Southern College

    • The price of the yearbook will increase just before February vacation be sure you order early.

    MERRY CHRISTMAS!
  • December 21, 2017

    • Attention students and staff: The price for the yearbook will increase just before February vacation. Please don’t put off ordering until the last minute. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. Please see Mr. Masi if you have any questions.

    • Student Council members will be selling candy canes. Spend $1.00 for a candy cane and help the homeless. The Student Council is helping a local shelter this year and we need your help.

    • The girls’ varsity basketball team improved their record to 2-1 with a win over Upper Cape. Aidan MacDonald had a monster game controlling the tempo recording a career high 12 assists, grabbing 11 rebounds and getting 6 steals. Kylee Slavik scored 12 points while Abby Slavik and Reilly Sweeney each chipped in with 8. Congratulations team!

    • The girls’ junior varsity team picked up their first win this season yesterday by beating Upper Cape 40-14. Eighth grader Emma Barnes scored 18, while Koylion, Spacek, Bulger, Kennedy and Quelle all contributed points to the win. Congratulations!
  • December 20, 2017

    • Attention junior and senior Art and Spanish students: Your $100 deposit for the New York City trip in April is due tomorrow. Checks should be made out to Sacred Heart High School.

    • Student Council members will be selling candy canes. Spend $1.00 for a candy cane and help the homeless. The Student Council is helping a local shelter this year and we need your help.

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