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Students vs. Staff Basketball Game51 viewsLast Wednesday April 15,2015 Sippican held its annual 6th grade students vs. staff basketball game. We also had a special visit from a few of our ORR bulldog state champs! Thank you boys for joining us for a good time had by all.
Photos by Jean Roseman and Meg Taylor
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show78 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show85 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show66 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show75 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show72 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show70 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show73 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show69 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show57 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show62 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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Old Hammondtown Talent Show61 viewsThe stars at Old Hammondtown School were shining April 14, with students performing dance routines, singing songs, and playing instruments – with one student even playing a toaster. Fifth-grader Carter Hunt sang “What a Wonderful World,” which brought many of the grown-ups to tears. Photos by Jean Perry
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