Attention Juniors and Seniors. Representatives from Christopher Newport University, Salve regina Universtity, Worcester State University, Stonehill College, Nichols College, Wentworth Institute of Technology, and Suffolk University will be visiting next week. Interested students may sign up in advance in the Guidance center. Sign-ups will not be allowed the day of the college visit.
Halloween approaching fast, it is a good time to think about others!
The Leo Club is asking you to donate gently used costumes to be given to
those who need them. Costumes can be dropped off in Mr. DeMello's room,
room 120 upstairs. Thank you!
Volleyball team would like to serve the community with a food drive!
Please bring any nonperishable food items or toiletries to any October
home volleyball game to be sent to the Rehoboth Food Pantry. The dates
are October 14th, and 16th. Thank you for your support!
Any student interested in
swimming on the D-R swim team this winter season should stop by the
office to sign up for more information. No prior swim team experience is
Attention Best Buddies: Out kick-off party will be held next Wednesday from 6-8pm in the cafeteria. Costumes are encouraged, but not required. This event is for best buddies members only. There is a sign up sheet for food in the guidance office.
The Girls Varsity team defeated Wareham yesterday by a score of 7-0. Emily Tibbels scored twice and Zoe Karavlois, Sam Rodrigues, Sarah Guimond, Hannah Saleeba and yes, Mae Stebbing, each had a goal. Mae and Evie Rodrigues shared the shut out. The girls take on Fairhaven on Friday.
The girls volleyball defeated Wareham last night in 4 sets. Kira Hitz had 7 kills and 1 block while Rachel Ferrara had 18 assists and 2 blocks. The team travels to Fairhaven tomorrow.
The boys soccer team won yesterday 4-1. Goals were scored by Victor DaCosta, Lucas Szydowlski and Freshman Dominic Berthiaume scored his 1st varsity goal. Next game is home vs Fairhaven tomorrow. There will only be vasirt practice today from 2:30-4:30.
SAT Word of the Day!
Deep-seated or firmly established.
He was an inverterate liar, always trying to con people.