Art Class Sketches Skeletons for Halloween

Art teacher Marion Powers teaches the class how to use charcoal to draw skeletons and other various bones placed throughout the classroom. Powers thought this project was appropriate for the Halloween season.

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Students Create Photograms

Art teacher Caroline Hunt Epp provided light sensitive paper, so photo students could learn how the sun could create images. Photograms are images made without a camera by simply placing objects on light sensitive paper and letting the sun do the rest.

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Girls varsity soccer celebrates senior night

On October 21, the girls’ varsity soccer team
lost 3-2 against Ipswich in their senior night game.

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Where did Mrs. Hunt go?

Most students are familiar with Cathy Hunt as a kind-hearted library assistant you can always relate to. Since she has been relocated, people have no idea where she is.

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Style in the Halls: Fall Boots

Students of Manchester Essex Regional High School have been gearing up for the new fall weather with fashionable boots.

 

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GALLERY: students and staff support the Red Sox

On Wednesday October 23, Students, faculty, and staff wore Boston Red Sox gear to celebrate the beginning of the World Series.

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Dodge ball tournament raises money for “Stop Hunger Now”

On October 16, students from James Wallimann’s
Global Issues class hosted a dodge ball tournament to raise money for their
annual Gardner Project, which is an organization that raises money for starving people called “Stop Hunger Now.”

 

 

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Essex Agricultural and Technical high school presents to 8th graders

Guidance Consular Dan Connors from North Shore Technical high school came in for the annual presentation to the 8th graders, in hope to get students from Manchester Essex to attend high school there in the following year North Shore Technical high school had two representatives from their school come to the presentation. Both representatives had attended middle school at MERHS, they told the 8th graders about their experiences, classes they took, likes and dislikes, process of applying, and their opinion on the school.

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Engineering class launches rockets

Seventh graders participate in an annual engineering project, creating rockets to shoot as high as possible into the air. Engineering teacher John Banister-Marx leads his class in using cardboard, recycled bottles, and materials to create rockets. Students then measure how high the rockets go after launching them with Banister-Marx’s assistance.

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