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Think Pink Day37 viewsFourth graders at Sippican School under the guidance of teachers, Nicole Radke, Kim Souza, MJ Menezes and Courtney Sheehan, organized the school’s first ever ‘Think Pink Day’ on Friday, October 25th. The purpose of this spirit-wear fundraiser was to build community support and recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Students created posters, shared announcements over the intercom, and delivered flyers to classrooms to promote the 1-day event. Photo courtesy Nicole Radke.
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Think Pink Day23 viewsFourth graders at Sippican School under the guidance of teachers, Nicole Radke, Kim Souza, MJ Menezes and Courtney Sheehan, organized the school’s first ever ‘Think Pink Day’ on Friday, October 25th. The purpose of this spirit-wear fundraiser was to build community support and recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Students created posters, shared announcements over the intercom, and delivered flyers to classrooms to promote the 1-day event. Photo courtesy Nicole Radke.
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Think Pink Day7 viewsFourth graders at Sippican School under the guidance of teachers, Nicole Radke, Kim Souza, MJ Menezes and Courtney Sheehan, organized the school’s first ever ‘Think Pink Day’ on Friday, October 25th. The purpose of this spirit-wear fundraiser was to build community support and recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Students created posters, shared announcements over the intercom, and delivered flyers to classrooms to promote the 1-day event. Photo courtesy Nicole Radke.
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Think Pink Day8 viewsFourth graders at Sippican School under the guidance of teachers, Nicole Radke, Kim Souza, MJ Menezes and Courtney Sheehan, organized the school’s first ever ‘Think Pink Day’ on Friday, October 25th. The purpose of this spirit-wear fundraiser was to build community support and recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Students created posters, shared announcements over the intercom, and delivered flyers to classrooms to promote the 1-day event. Photo courtesy Nicole Radke.
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Think Pink Day7 viewsFourth graders at Sippican School under the guidance of teachers, Nicole Radke, Kim Souza, MJ Menezes and Courtney Sheehan, organized the school’s first ever ‘Think Pink Day’ on Friday, October 25th. The purpose of this spirit-wear fundraiser was to build community support and recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Students created posters, shared announcements over the intercom, and delivered flyers to classrooms to promote the 1-day event. Photo courtesy Nicole Radke.
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Think Pink Day15 viewsFourth graders at Sippican School under the guidance of teachers, Nicole Radke, Kim Souza, MJ Menezes and Courtney Sheehan, organized the school’s first ever ‘Think Pink Day’ on Friday, October 25th. The purpose of this spirit-wear fundraiser was to build community support and recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Students created posters, shared announcements over the intercom, and delivered flyers to classrooms to promote the 1-day event. Photo courtesy Nicole Radke.
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Think Pink Day15 viewsFourth graders at Sippican School under the guidance of teachers, Nicole Radke, Kim Souza, MJ Menezes and Courtney Sheehan, organized the school’s first ever ‘Think Pink Day’ on Friday, October 25th. The purpose of this spirit-wear fundraiser was to build community support and recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Students created posters, shared announcements over the intercom, and delivered flyers to classrooms to promote the 1-day event. Photo courtesy Nicole Radke.
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Think Pink Day14 viewsFourth graders at Sippican School under the guidance of teachers, Nicole Radke, Kim Souza, MJ Menezes and Courtney Sheehan, organized the school’s first ever ‘Think Pink Day’ on Friday, October 25th. The purpose of this spirit-wear fundraiser was to build community support and recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Students created posters, shared announcements over the intercom, and delivered flyers to classrooms to promote the 1-day event. Photo courtesy Nicole Radke.
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Think Pink Day15 viewsFourth graders at Sippican School under the guidance of teachers, Nicole Radke, Kim Souza, MJ Menezes and Courtney Sheehan, organized the school’s first ever ‘Think Pink Day’ on Friday, October 25th. The purpose of this spirit-wear fundraiser was to build community support and recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Students created posters, shared announcements over the intercom, and delivered flyers to classrooms to promote the 1-day event. Photo courtesy Nicole Radke.
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Inside the ORR School District13 viewsORR School District Superintendent Doug White (L) interviews Old Hammondtown School Principal Matt D’Andrea (R) in this month’s edition of “Inside the ORR School District.” The show is a farewell to Dr.D’Andrea who is leaving the district for a position on Martha’s Vineyard. “Inside the ORR School District” airs on the Tri-town Ed Channel Comcast Ch.97 – Verizon Ch.37.
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National Merit Scholarship Program23 viewsBishop Stang High School, a diocesan, co-educational, college preparatory school located on the Southcoast, has announced that three seniors have been commended in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program – Lorenzo Dube, Regina Kaplan and Alexander Pacheco.
This year’s commended students were notified and recognized by the faculty, staff and students at Bishop Stang High School. Lorenzo Dube is a Dartmouth resident, Regina Kaplan lives in Mattapoisett and Alexander Pacheco is from Westport.
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ORR School Student Council20 viewsThe Old Rochester Regional High School Student Council took a field trip to Camp Greenough in Yarmouth to work on communication and team-building skills. “It was definitely a new experience and everybody seemed to overcome some sort of fear or obstacle,” Senior Senator Jeremy Bare said. “I know I did.” Photo courtesy of ORR.
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