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Project Linus54 viewsFifteen students from Jane Tougas' eighth grade Enrichment Class display the 50 blankets they helped make for Project Linus, a charity that provides handmade blankets to seriously ill and traumatized children. Front row, left to right: Olivia Lanagan, Lizzie Machado, Seth Richard, and Chris Demers. Back row, left to right: Renae Reints, Tori Saltmarsh, Katie Zartman, Kelly Kay, Ali Grace, Nicholas Bergstein, and Andrew Dessert. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
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Project Linus50 viewsFifteen students from Jane Tougas' eighth grade Enrichment Class display the 50 blankets they helped make for Project Linus, a charity that provides handmade blankets to seriously ill and traumatized children. Front row, left to right: Olivia Lanagan, Lizzie Machado, Seth Richard, and Chris Demers. Back row, left to right: Renae Reints, Tori Saltmarsh, Katie Zartman, Kelly Kay, Ali Grace, Nicholas Bergstein, and Andrew Dessert. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
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Certificate of Academic Excellence59 viewsSuperintendent William Cooper presents Brian Heacox with the Superintendent's Certificate of Academic Excellence, an award for exceptional academic performance and display of character, at the November 12, 2009 Old Rochester Regional District School Committee Meeting. Photo by Anne O’Brian-Kakley
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Top Cheer64 viewsOn Saturday, November 14, 2009, the Junior PeeWee Cheerleaders aged 9-11 from Old Rochester Youth Football (ORYF) competed in the New England Cheer and Dance Competition in Boston. The girls, coached by Patti McArdle and Cheryl Sweeney, won first place in their group and were also awarded the Grand Champion Trophy for the youth division. The cheerleaders are all from Mattapoisett, Marion or Rochester.
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Our Town50 viewsThe playbill from Our Town, by Thornton Wilder. Old Rochester Regional High School Drama Club will be presenting the classic American play about a small New England town on November 19 - 21. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
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Our Town47 viewsHolly Cardoza plays the part of Emily Webb in the Old Rochester Regional High School’s production of Our Town, written by Thornton Wilder and directed by Paul Sardinha. The drama club will be presenting the classic American play about a small New England town on November 19 - 21. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
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Our Town46 viewsHolly Cardoza plays the part of Emily Webb in the Old Rochester Regional High School’s production of Our Town, written by Thornton Wilder and directed by Paul Sardinha. The drama club will be presenting the classic American play about a small New England town on November 19 - 21. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.
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Our Town55 viewsStephen Lacombe, left, and Holly Cardoza, right, play George and Emily, two teenagers who fall in love in a sleepy New Hampshire town in Thornton Wilder’s classic American play Our Town. The Old Rochester Regional High School drama club will be presenting Our Town on November 19 - 21. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley. O’Brien-Kakley.
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Boxing Glove Donation76 viewsThe ORR Field Hockey team members donned pink boxing gloves to fight cervical cancer at an October 19 game. The team decided this year’s fundraising donations would benefit a cervical cancer foundation. From left to right: Senior captains Sarah Walsh, Kayla Souza, sophomore Sarah Marchisio, and captains Lauren Grainger, and Lauren O'Brien, helped to organize the fundraiser. Photo by Betty Smith.
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Kiln Fundraiser56 viewsStudents at Old Hammondtown and Center Schools are conducting a fundraiser with the help of art teacher Diane Perry, to raise $5,000 for the installation of a pottery kiln at Old Hammondtown school. Here, some OHS art students work on underwater ocean collages. From left to right: Jillian Tyndall, Lily Eilertsen, and Jack Murphy.
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Thai Visitors62 viewsThree Thai teachers are visiting the Tri-Town area for two weeks in October to observe American teaching methods. From left to right, Lah Bualuang, Ding Tanada, and Somrak Sinsomros stand outside Tabor Academy waiting to go to Plimouth Plantation for a fun afternoon on October 12, 2009. The three teachers enjoyed an “all-American” lunch in the Tabor cafeteria before heading to their next destination.
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Thai Visitors62 viewsThree Thai teachers are visiting the Tri-Town area for two weeks in October to observe American teaching methods. From left to right, Lah Bualuang, Ding Tanada, and Somrak Sinsomros stand outside Tabor Academy waiting to go to Plimouth Plantation for a fun afternoon on October 12, 2009. The three teachers enjoyed an “all-American” lunch in the Tabor cafeteria before heading to their next destination.
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