This week’s SHS Faculty PD
Please click here for the End of Year Exam Schedule and End of Year Events.
Since May 1 is Decision Day, we are asking all seniors to wear a shirt or sweatshirt to show us where you will be attending college, what branch of the military you will be entering, or what work you will be doing next year.
Prior to the spring break our computer programming students participated in the CSTA-RI High School Programming Challenge with a number of schools from around the area. SHS took 2nd place! Congratulations!
March Students of the Month
2017 – Mary Edsall
2018 – Kadra Powers
2019 – Quinn Douglas
2020 – Riley Fague
The SHS Baseball Team is holding a Golf Tournament. More information may be found here.
Mr. Lenore has created another video. This one is for girls and boys basketball
https://youtu.be/obt9oiMZJg8 Thank you Mr. Lenore!
May 1-5 is Teacher Appreciation Week. Please take a moment to send a note or email to a teacher and thank them for all they do!
The SHS Environmental Club took part in the Science Day march on Earth Day!
The Smithfield Times recently ran an article on an inspiring local student initiative called Dream It, Be It: Leadership Program for Girls. This group was supported by the Smithfield Soroptimist organization. Check out the article here.
- Shredding Day for Town of Smithfield Residents
- Saturday May 6, 2017
- 9:00-12 Rain or Shine
- Location Smithfield DPW 3 Spragueville Rd.
- Proof of Residency required
- No commercial Businesses
- Maximum of 4 Bankers Boxes
- No appointment needed
This past Friday, Judge Judith Savage and Public Defender Mary McElroy spoke to Ms. Roderick’s English 11 Honors class on the parallels between this year’s Read Across Rhode Island selection Just Mercy and this year’s Law Day topic of how the 14th Amendment has reshaped American law and society. Judge Savage and Ms. McElroy sparked an important discussion on race and justice and inspired a new generation to lead the charge for change in our judicial system.