This week’s SHS Faculty PD!
April 4th school committee meeting moved to April 11th.
No school the week of 4/18. SPRING BREAK!
SHS continued the Senior Oratorical tradition this week. Ten seniors shared their stories with the entire school. Congratulations to all of our participants. You can check out the video of the event thanks to Mr. D!
This week SHS was fortunate to have the RI Supreme Court hold a session for our Law 1, Law 2, Crime in America, and AP Gov’t classes. Thank you to Chief Justice Suttell and his staff for sharing this experience with our students.
Our foods classes at SHS took care of the food for our visitors from the Supreme Court. Thank you to Ms. Richards, Ms. DiSano, Ms. Cassano, and our student chefs for putting out quite a spread for our guests.
Our Nook winners received their goodie bags this week at a special ceremony at Barnes & Noble in Smithfield. Thank you to Colleen at Horace Mann for organizing this great event for Smithfield and Lincoln students. Need to give a shout out to Mrs. Solda for organizing the SHS event.
A few of Mr. Cullen’s calculus students took part in a calculus contest at URI this week. Dave English, Olivia Holowachuk, Paige Howard, Taylor Labbe, and Erin Powers finished in 6th place out of the 16 teams participating.
David Gaulin received the Unsung Hero Award from the RI Reds Heritage Society. The award goes to the RI High School Hockey Player that best exemplifies strong academics, sportsmanship, team Play/Support, perseverance, leadership, and hockey ability.
On March 22, the School Counseling Department hosted the 2016 College and Career Planning Workshops. In attendance were students and parents from Smithfield High School and North Smithfield High School, as well as other public and private area high schools. Presenters from around the state gave workshops on Resume Writing, the College Essay, Financial Aid, NCAA Eligibility Center, the Common Application, First Impressions from the Admissions Officer’s Perspective, and Best Fit Colleges. Information on Rhode Island College’s Early Enrollment Program, the US Army, US Air Force, Local Scholarships, Career Opportunities for Artists, the Community College of Rhode Island, Roger Williams University, Salve Regina University, Bryant University, the University of Rhode Island, Johnson and Wales University and New England Institute of Technology was available through representatives.
Congratulations to our SADD Mocktail Team. They took first place out of 18 schools in the statewide mocktail competition.