The Stoughton High girls cross country team poses for this picture after their win over Canton!
Take a look at some pictures of the Stoughton High cheerleaders performing at halftime of a recent SHS football game!
Wilkins Wildcats are showing their school pride by wearing their favorite Wildcat gear or orange and black!
Third graders in Mrs. Johnson's class at the South School recently presented their "digital brown bag autobiographies." Students uploaded photos of five things that were special to them (people, pets, places, hobbies, favorite items, etc.) to share with their classmates so they could learn a little bit more about each other during the first month of school.
Grade 1 students at the Hansen School enjoyed learning about the scientific method with a fun experiment. They made a hypothesis about what would happen when vinegar was added to an apple with some baking soda in it.
The Stoughton High Marching Black Knights show this season, titled “Breaking Free”, features the music of Elton John/Sara Bareilles, Beyoncé, and Dmitri Shostakovich. You can watch the band and color guard perform here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDdfgJJIVTE
4th grade students at the Wilkins School were working on a project in art class featuring radial symmetry, where there is symmetry/balance in several directions arranged around a central point.
Here are some Dawe School 5th graders and kindergartners enjoying a recent outdoor recess!
The O'Donnell Middle School participated in "Start With Hello Week", a national campaign "dedicated to making new social connections and creating a sense of belonging among youth." The week ended with students signing the "Start With Hello Promise Pledge" to keep the "Start With Hello" spirit going throughout the school year!
During "Start With Hello Week" at the O'Donnell Middle School, the OMS recognized "upstanders" - people who use their voice to reduce social isolation, making others feel seen by reaching out and helping others. Students and staff were encouraged to give an "upstander" gram or certificate to show appreciation to the students in the OMS community who reach out and help others. Here are some of the OMS students recognized for being "upstanders"! ("Start With Hello Week" took place from September 19-23 and is a national campaign that the OMS participated in, "dedicated to making new social connections and creating a sense of belonging among youth.")
The Stoughton High Marching Black Knights are pictured here before the start of a recent SHS football game!
Second graders at the Hansen School recently enjoyed a pajama day!
School picture day is something to look forward to at the beginning of the school year. Here is a look at some students at the Gibbons School ready for their picture day. These Gibbons Griffins brought their smiles and came dressed for success!
The O'Donnell Middle School participated in "Start With Hello Week" from September 19-23. It is a national campaign "dedicated to making new social connections and creating a sense of belonging among youth." On Wednesday of that week, students could wear green - the official color of "Start With Hello" - to show their support for the campaign.
A trio of 8th grade band students performed during morning arrival to welcome students as they filed into into the O'Donnell Middle School on Tuesday, September 20. This special performance was part of "Start With Hello" week at the O'Donnell Middle School. The OMS is participating in this national campaign, which takes place from September 19-23 this year. The "Start with Hello" movement is "dedicated to making new social connections and creating a sense of belonging among youth." The OMS has activities planned throughout the week to celebrate "kindness, connection, inclusion, empathy, and belonging." 8th grade students Terrence Tran (tenor saxophone), Chloe Hannaford (baritone saxophone), and Neissa Francois (alto saxophone) did a great job performing for their peers! Watch the performance here: https://fb.watch/f_xvkcpwcl/
When current Dawe School 4th grader Adriana Franco was in 3rd grade she chose to send a letter to President Biden as part of a class writing assignment. The President wrote a letter back to Adriana this summer and it recently arrived at the Dawe! Adriana is pictured here with the letter!
To celebrate Constitution Day, which commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787, the Wilkins School created its own Wilkins Constitution. The Wilkins Constitution had three categories - "Be Safe", "Be Respectful", and "Be Responsible". Wilkins classes discussed the rules and expectations they wanted to see included and wrote them out and placed the strips of paper under the appropriate category. Students then signed the Constitution, which will be on display in one of the hallways at the Wilkins during the month of September. Third grade students are pictured here in front of the Wilkins Constitution.
Constitution Day, which commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787, will take place this Saturday. Our schools are celebrating today (Friday). Students in Dr. Scullane's Advanced Placement Government and Politics class created this video where they recite the Preamble to the Constitution (We the People...). Take a look here: https://youtu.be/vp0f2F7l5OU
SHS girls soccer gets their first win of the season, beating Attleboro 2-1! Shayla Ford and Morgan Cook scored the SHS goals.
National Hispanic Heritage Month is observed each year in the United States from September 15 to October 15, celebrating the culture, history, traditions, and contributions of Hispanic Americans. The Wilkins School is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month by sharing these beautiful picture books (pictured here) with students. Teachers are reading these aloud to students during their interactive reading time.