Students attend Stand Up 2012

Manchester Essex’s peer leaders went to the Stand Up to bullying 2012 convention on November 29, 2012 in Lowell, Massachusetts.  Over five thousand students participated in the conference.  

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Manchester Essex hosts third annual senior citizen lunch

               Senior citizens from around the North Shore gathered in the Manchester Essex High/ Middle School’s cafeteria for a warm holiday meal. They enjoyed performances by the high school band, chorus, and sound waves. This has been the third annual holiday lunch and the tradition that is bound to continue for many more years.

 

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Style in the Halls: Ear Decor

The students of Manchester Essex Regional High School sport some major ear bling during the school hours. Each student has their own unique twist on their ear jewelry.

 

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Juniors Sell Gingerbread Cookies For Holidays

To add on to the festivities of the holidays, The junior class makes and sells cookies to the school. This spread holiday cheer and provided funding to the class.

Junior Christina Noriega chooses a cookie to buy from Junior Alyssa Shepard to support her class. She is just one of the many students who participated in the successful drive.
Junior Christina Noriega chooses a cookie to buy from Junior Alyssa Shepard to support her class. She is just one of the many students who participated in the successful drive.
Officer Zach Anderson receives a gingerbread cookie from the junior class while they were making them. The cookie was given to him to thank him for helping out that day in the school.
Officer Zach Anderson receives a gingerbread cookie from the junior class while they were making them. The cookie was given to him to thank him for helping out that day in the school.
Officer Zach Anderson receives a gingerbread cookie from the junior class while they were making them. The cookie was given to him to thank him for helping out that day in the school.
Officer Zach Anderson receives a gingerbread cookie from the junior class while they were making them. The cookie was given to him to thank him for helping out that day in the school.
Juniors Alyssa Shepard and Evanthia Boling gather to create delicious cookies for the school. They took off a block to make the cookies in the conference room in the main office.
Juniors Alyssa Shepard and Evanthia Boling gather to create delicious cookies for the school. They took off a block to make the cookies in the conference room in the main office.
The cookies were abundant; they had frosted features and either M&Ms or gumdrops. Sometimes the cookies have chocolate chips or even both.
The cookies were abundant; they had frosted features and either M&Ms or gumdrops. Sometimes the cookies have chocolate chips or even both.
The cookies typically had gumdrop buttons, but frequently have M&Ms. The juniors worked hard in their creations and took the time to paint a smile on each one.
The cookies typically had gumdrop buttons, but frequently have M&Ms. The juniors worked hard in their creations and took the time to paint a smile on each one.
Junior Alyssa Shephard paints the faces on the little gingerbread men. Although the process may be tedious, the work pays off when they see the labor of their work
Junior Alyssa Shephard paints the faces on the little gingerbread men. Although the process may be tedious, the work pays off when they see the labor of their work
Junior Evanthia Boling creates a border around her cookie made up of icing and white chocolate chips. After the banal candy buttons and eyes, the girls decide to step up the creativity and make unique cookies.
Junior Evanthia Boling creates a border around her cookie made up of icing and white chocolate chips. After the banal candy buttons and eyes, the girls decide to step up the creativity and make unique cookies.
Teacher Jenifer Coleman takes pride in the cookies she made herself. The participation of even the class advisor made the fundraiser into a big success.
Teacher Jenifer Coleman takes pride in the cookies she made herself. The participation of even the class advisor made the fundraiser into a big success.

(From left) Juniors Evanthia Boling, Zach Trembowicz, Alyssa Shepard, and Billy Burnham gather after school to sell the fruits of their hard labor. Many students gather in front of the table giving money in exchange for the delicious cookies.
(From left) Juniors Evanthia Boling, Zach Trembowicz, Alyssa Shepard, and Billy Burnham gather after school to sell the fruits of their hard labor. Many students gather in front of the table giving money in exchange for the delicious cookies.

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Seventh Graders hold quiz bowl

Seventh grade teachers hold a quiz bowl for their students. The students answer questions regarding the holiday season, as well as other topics.

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