Friday, May 5, 2017

Cinco de Mayo

What is happening at SHS in May

AP exams are happening now which means we are not doing announcements each morning as the exams start at 8 and we try to minimize disruptions. Therefore, all the information you need can be found on this blog or our website

Seniors have their final Usage test on May 11 and the students in grades 9-10-11 will have speeches for class officer elections.

Q4 Progress Reports will be live on Aspen May 19.


Senior Calendar for the Class of 2017


Math MCAS for Sophomores (grade 10) will happen May 16-17. All students in grade 10 should report to SHS by 7:50 AM. Students in grades 9, 11, and 12 should report to SHS at 10:25. We have seen many tardy students on the late start days. This should not be happening when we start school 2.5 hours later than normal. Please arrive on time.



Activities

The Science Team finished the season in 10th place overall! We have worked hard this season to improve our ranking from the last few years. We thank our talented seniors and wish them luck in their future scientific endeavors. If you or a student you know would like to join the Science Team in the Fall of 2017, please get in touch with Ms. Camire camire@swampscott.k12.ma.us or see Isaac Dreeben or Aveen Forman.

Sports

The Girls Track Team had Division Relays - our girls team finished 13th overall.
Girls Shot Put placed 4th with Maisie Vasquez, Mia Freddo, and Mackenzie Creighton.
Total feet thrown 86'.75"
Girls Javelin took 1st place with Rebecca Price, Meredith Zimmer, and Alex Papazoglou
Total feet thrown 262'

Boys track won (114) vs Saugus (17). Highlights of the meet were:
Dymond Clarke - 1st place: 200m (23.7), Triple Jump (42'3") & High Jump (6')
Aidan Pulaski - 1st place: 400H (63.9)
Evan Lippman - 1st place: Mile (5:14)
Joe Varghese - 1st place: 110H (17.1)
Thomas McDevitt - 1st place: 800m (2:10)
Jake Culliton - 1st place: Javelin (143'7")


Swamp Baseball took 2 of 3 this week and finish the first half of the season with an 8-2 record. On Monday, Sr. David Peterson threw a complete game victory over Revere as the Big Blue won 14-2. Swampscott fell to Medford on Tuesday, but sophomore Ryan Graciale hit his first home run of the season. The boys bounced back on Wednesday and beat Everett 19-3. Luke Marshall got his 4th win of the season and AJ Venuti was 4-5 with 4 RBI's. Come cheer on Swamp Baseball as we host Georgetown at home on Saturday at 5:00.

The Girl's Tennis Team improved their record this year to 6-2 with two 5-0 wins over Revere and Everett this week. For the second week in a row, Anna Cilley pulled out a big win against an experienced #1 singles player for Everett. She defeated her opponent 5-7, 6-1 and 10 - 4 in a super tie breaker.

Girls lacrosse defeated Danvers Tuesday for the first time since 2008 and only the second time in program history by a score of 9-5. The team played it's best game to date in all phases highlighted by goalie Claire Powell with an amazing 16 saves! Truly a team effort, scoring was shared by 7 different players. The team's record is 4-1 with upcoming games at Medford and Stoneham on Friday and Saturday.

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