I hope everyone had a wonderful long weekend!
This week’s SHS Faculty PD via paper.li
Congratulations to the SHS Chorus.  They performed very well at their festival last Tuesday. One judge gave them a Superior rating and two judges gave an Excellent rating, with an overall rating of Excellent. Numerically, they scored higher this year than last and with much more challenging repertoire! Thank you Mrs. Young for all of your hard work.  

SHS is proud to partner with Colleen Manuppelli at Horace Mann for the annual NOOK Reading Program.  Colleen and Horace Mann are donating 11 Nook tablets for the district.  SHS has four winners who will be honored at 6:30 pm on Thursday, April 9.  
Congratulations to:
Grade 9 – Dan Perkins
Grade 10 – Catherine Comfort
Grade 11 – Joshua Gargone 
Grade 12 – Arianna Gawel
Big THANK YOU to SHS librarian Luigia Solda for her leadership and organization for this event.  
Spring sports are finally getting started.  The boys tennis team secured their first victory today.

Baseball and softball get started later this week.  The track teams got started this past weekend at the Knights of Columbus Relays.  Congratulations to Una Treanor for winning the freshmen mile.  The Unified Basketball team is currently 3-1. They play at Lincoln High School on Wednesday.  Check out all the schedules and results at www.riil.org.

This past Wednesday three Smithfield residents were honored at the RI Gridiron Club Banquet.  SHS head football coach Chris Branch was honored as Division IV Coach of the Year.  SHS senior Jordan Smith won the Division IV Lineman of the Year.  Smithfield resident Burleigh Briggs was honored with the Lawrence P. “Larry” Gallogly Humanitarian Award.

Parent Council has their monthly meeting this Wednesday, April 8th at 7 pm in the library. 
National Honor Society Ceremony will take place Sunday, April 12th.  

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