The Hornets take on the Generals

Manchester Essex football played Hamilton Wenham on October 20th. Manchester Essex has to win the next four games to proceed to the playoffs.

 

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Seventh graders propel bottle rockets into the air

On Wednesday, October 24, the Seventh Grade Technology and Engineering class launched their bottle rockets. They have been working on the projects for around eight days and were eager to finally see if their designs worked well.

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Sophomores investigate enzymatic browning in apples

On October 22, students in Maria Burgess’s biology class observed how the color of apples changes when placed in sugar water, lemon juice, and boiling water and recorded their findings. This lab related to the chemical reactions unit that the sophomores are studying in biology.

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High school hosts homecoming games

On October 12, students from all classes met at the high school to raise money for each grade. Students sold a variety of food and drinks, along with some Manchester Essex memorabilia to fans watching the four sports games that took place that day.

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Students Calculate Sugar Percentage In Soda

Students of Keith Gray’s Chemistry class worked on a lab that showed how much sugar is in everyday sodas.

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Style in the Halls: Top Four Fall Fashion Trends

Fashion is in full swing this fall. The top four fashion trends is having a major effect on the students of Manchester Essex Regional High School.

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Seniors raise money for class trip

The Sacred Heart Church in Manchester hosts its first ever yard sale to fund future church events. Tables could be purchased for $25. Local venders had the opportunity to sell their crafts and make profits their businesses. The senior class took advantage of this opportunity and purchased a table at the yard sale. Proceeds went towards the senior class trip.

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Manchester Essex Debate Team presents spoken word poetry

On Friday October 19, 2012, The Manchester Essex Congress team presented spoken word poetry to the class. The students have been working on 1-2 minute poems with meaning for a few days in class. Congress teacher James Wallimann had the students do this to get more comfortable with public speaking. In debate, having confidence and speaking clearly is really important so this was a great activity to take the students out of their comfort zone and prepare them for congress, which is part of debate.

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Author Tim Green visits MERMS

As the first segment of Humanities Week, the bestselling author Tim Green arrived at MERHS to give a presentation to the middle school in the auditorium. During this presentation, he talked about his life, answered questions, and read from his latest book, Unstoppable.

 

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Alliance for Climate Education presentation urges students to go green

The Manchester Essex Green Team invited speaker Rouwenna Lamm of ACE to promote the goal of building a generational shift to solve climate change. The high school staff and student body gathered in the auditorium to interact with the presentation.

 

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