GALLERY: High school holds annual award ceremony

On Thursday June 5th, the high school students, faculty, and the awardee’s parents attended the annual academic and athletic awards. Many students were awarded for their efforts in the classroom and on the field. Special guests, such as Manchester and Essex selectmen, also attended the ceremony in order to give awards to students on behalf of different local organizations. The high school’s a Capella group, The SoundWaves, performed as well.

ACADEMIC AWARDS 2014

TOWN OF MANCHESTER SELECTMEN’S CITIZENSHIP AWARD: Evanthia Boling

TOWN OF ESSEX SELECTMEN’S CITIZENSHIP AWARD: Erik Rajunas

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY ROTC SCHOLARSHIP: Erik Rajunas

SUPERINTENDENT’S AWARD: Lindsey Duff

MASSACHUSETTS ADMINISTRATORS ASSOCIATION STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT/LEADERSHIP AWARD: Julia Geswell

HERFF JONES PRINCIPAL’S AWARD: Julia Paccone

LIBRARIAN’S AWARD: Molly Carlson

BROWN UNIVERSITY BOOK AWARD: Lila Etter

CLARKSON UNIVERSITY ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: Patrick Byrne

CLARKSON UNIVERSITY LEADERSHIPAWARD: Parker Malarkey

CORNELL UNIVERSITY BOOK AWARD: Samuel Creighton

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE BOOK AWARD: Tucker Evans

HARVARD PRIZE BOOK AWARD: Hannah Riordan

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA BOOK AWARD: Katherine Furber

SMITH COLLEGE BOOK AWARD: Kathryn Glidden

ST. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY BOOK AWARD: Natasha Statz-Geary

ST. MICHAEL’S COLLEGE BOOK AWARDS: Troy Ciarametaro, Abigail Martin

WELLESLEY COLLEGE BOOK AWARD: Alexandra Rice

YALE UNIVERSITY BOOK AWARD: Ariana Jackson

MAGOON BOWL AWARD: Hope Kincaid

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: Alyssa Shepard

JEWISH WAR VETERANS GOOD CITIZENSHIP: Maya Shnider

MASSACHUSETTS GIRLS STATE PROGRAM: Ariana Jackson, Hannah Riordan

MASSACHUSETTS BOYS STATE PROGRAM: Jack Hay, Parker Malarkey

MANCHESTER ESSEX SENIOR SCHOLARS: Madeline Dahlin, Rachel Daley, Fiona Davis,

Isadora Decker-Lucke, Lindsey Duff, Jeffrey Durkin, Rebecca Even, Jacob Freed, Courtney Kaner, Vanessa Kelley, Landon Komishane, Kendall McCormick, Taylor Meek, Peter Morton, Erik Rajunas, Alyssa Shepard, Alexander Taliaferro, Samantha Taylor

MANCHESTER ESSEX JUNIOR SCHOLARS: Nicholas Albertazzi, Benjamin Bichet, Patrick Byrne, Troy Ciarametaro, Samuel Creighton, Lila Etter, Tucker Evans, Katherine Furber, Kathryn Glidden, Bailey Graves, Cameron Holley, Ariana Jackson, Olivia Lantz, Parker Malarkey, Abigail Martin,

Lucas Martz, Alexandra Rice, Hannah Riordan, Natasha Statz-Geary

GREEN SCHOOLS GREEN DIFFERENCE AWARDS – Commitment to Greenovation: Justin Eichenberger, Cameron Holley; Project in Climate Resiliency: Kathryn Glidden, Abigail Martin, Natasha Statz-Geary; Project in Conservation: Madeleine Pomeroy; Green Student: Isabella Hickey, Sarah Reed

NATIONAL GREEN SCHOOLS SOCIETY: Rachel Daley, Jacob Tyler

PRESIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL YOUTH AWARD: Ruby Aldrich, Meghan Conway,

Lauren Coogan, Molly Crehan, Rachel Daley, Justin Eichenberger, Kathryn Glidden, Isabella Hickey, Cameron Holley, Kristen Kaneb, Samuel Koufman, Olivia Lantz, Abigail Martin, Jacqueline Otterbein, Sarah Reed, Natasha Statz-Geary, Hannah Thorne, Jacob Tyler

GREEN SCHOOLS AMBASSADOR: Ruby Aldrich, Meghan Conway, Lauren Coogan, Molly Crehan, Rachel Daley, Justin Eichenberger, Kathryn Glidden, Cameron Holley, Kristen Kaneb, Samuel Koufman, Olivia Lantz, Abigail Martin, Christiane Noriega, Jacqueline Otterbein, Sarah Reed, Natasha Statz-Geary, Hannah Thorne, Jacob Tyler

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN GREEN INTERNS:  David LaForge, Eden Silag Stearns

EXCELLENCE IN THE VISUAL ARTS FOR MIXED MEDIA: Hannah Thorne

STEIGLITZ SPIRIT OF FINE ARTS: Madeline Shaw

EXCELLENCE IN THE VISUAL ARTS FOR FINE ARTS: Sarah Lewiecki, Julia Paccone

JAMES NACHTWEY SPIRIT OF PHOTOJOURNALISM: Athena Venetsenakos

EXCELLENCE IN PHOTOJOURNALISM: Phoebe Schwartz

ANDREAS GURSKY SPIRIT OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Annie Alfano

EXCELLENCE IN THE VISUAL ARTS FOR PHOTOGRAPHY: Molly McKeon

GRAPHIC DESIGN SPIRIT AWARD: Ainsley McLaughlin

EXCELLENCE IN THE VISUAL ARTS FOR CERAMICS: Molly Crehan

EXCELLENCE IN THE VISUAL ARTS FOR PRINTMAKING:  Devon Musgrave-Johnson

NATIONAL CHORAL AWARD: Lindsey Duff, Tucker Evans

CHORAL DIRECTOR’S AWARD: Evanthia Boling

OUTSTANDING MUSICIANSHIP AWARD: Nikolas Janowicz

BAND DIRECTOR’S AWARD: Rachael Gallagher

WOODY HERMAN JAZZ: Campbell Fackre

JOHN PHILLIP SOUSA BAND: Jeffrey Durkin

 

LOUIS ARMSTRONG JAZZ: Dylan McClure

EXCELLENCE IN WORLD HISTORY II: Jillian Furber, Julia Prezesiek

EXCELLENCE IN US HISTORY I: Jennifer Cochand, Kara Hersey

EXCELLENCE IN US HISTORYII:  Lila Etter, Jackson Haskell

EXCELLENCE IN US GOVERNMENT: Jeffrey Durkin

EXCELLENCE IN GLOBAL ISSUES: Elizabeth Higgins, Taylor Meek

EXCELLENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY: Adrienne Young

EXCELLENCE IN AP PSYCHOLOGY: Molly Carlson

EXCELLENCE IN AP US HISTORY: Tucker Evans

EXCELLENCE IN AP COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT: Fiona Davis

EXCELLENCE IN THE GARDNER PROJECT: Peter Cottingham, Alyssa Shepard

EXCELLENCE IN DEBATE: Zachary Even, John Hay, Meehan Irose, Landon Komishane,

ENGLISH EXCELLENCE 9: Jillian Furber

ENGLISH EXCELLENCE 10: Zachary Even

ENGLISH EXCELLENCE 11: Hannah Riordan

ENGLISH EXCELLENCE 12: Lindsey Duff

HERBERT HAHN MEMORIAL BOOK: Tucker Evans

WINDHOVER FOR EXCELLENCE IN WRITING: Tasha Statz-Geary

THE INDEPENDENT MOST VALUABLE STAFFER: Fiona Davis, Kendall McCormick

THE ROBERT MCCAMMON PRIZE: Caisi Calandra

MOST IMPROVED ENGLISH 9: Evan Williams

MOST IMPROVED ENGLISH 10: Devin Depaolis

MOST IMPROVED ENGLISH 11: Jackson Haskell

MOST IMPROVED ENGLISH 12: John Bruce

THEATER PERFORMANCE: Neil Henry, Charles Hoff

FRENCH II EXCELLENCE: Madeleine Conway

FRENCH III EXCELLENCE: Charlotte Freed

FRENCH IV AP EXCELLENCE: Ariana Jackson

FRENCH V EXCELLENCE: Jeffrey Durkin

SPANISH II EXCELLENCE: Genevieve Duff

SPANISH III EXCELLENCE: Zachary Even

SPANISH IV EXCELLENCE: Samuel Creighton

SPANISH IV AP EXCELLENCE: Tucker Evans

SPANISH V EXCELLENCE: Peter Morton

SPANISH V AP LITERATURE EXCELLENCE: Madeline Dahlin

THE DAVID DOOLEY LANGUAGE AWARD: Carly Tofuri

THE NICOLE SHERF STUDENT LINGUIST AWARD: Courtney Kaner

THE VIRGINIA MACDONALD FOREIGN LANGUAGE AWARD: Lindsey Duff

THE RENSSELAER MEDAL: Samuel Creighton

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN QUANTITATIVE REASONING: Alyssa Shepard,

Adrienne Young

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ALGEBRA I: Amber Paré

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN ALGEBRA II: Jennifer Cochand

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN CALCULUS: Lindsey Duff

GEOMETRY EXCELLENCE: Jillian Furber

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN PRE CALCULUS: Samuel Creighton, Tucker Evans

MOST VALUABLE MATHLETE:  Dylan McClure

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN MARKETING: Christopher McAuliff , David Reid

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT: Breanna Arnold

2014 ICDC DECA AWARD (1ST PLACE WRITTEN EXAM) – Alexandra Leventis

2014 ICDC DECA AWARD (1ST PLACE ROLE PLAY) – Breanna Arnold

2014 ICDC DECA AwardS – Christopher Carr, Troy Ciarametaro, John Hennigan, Devon Towle

PHYSICS FIRST (9TH GRADE):Madeleine Conway

EXCELLENCE IN GRADE 10 BIOLOGY:Alexei Goldsmith-Solomon, Benjamin Wolsieffer

HIGHEST CUMULATIVE AVERAGE IN CHEMISTRY:Tucker Evans

HIGHEST ACHIEVEMENT IN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY:  Michael Loebelenz

HONORS PHYSICS:Lindsey Duff

AP BIOLOGY EXCELLENCE:Tucker Evans

AP PHYSICS ACHIEVEMENT: Vanessa Kelley

BAUSCH & LOMB HONORARY SCIENCE AWARD:Leonardo Gallo

ROBOTICS ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS: Samuel Creighton, Dylan McClure, Benjamin Wolsieffer

 

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6th grade math class creates board games

Matthew Schlegel’s sixth grade class was assigned to create an original board game that involved mathematical strategies.  The class presented their finished math games to the rest of the class.

Maria Xhalia and her partner created a life size checker board game that represented a coordinate plane graph. Because of the fragile mat, the girls instructed their peers to take their shoes off before stepping on the game. Credit: Phoebe Savje for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Maria Xhalia and her partner created a life size checker board game that represented a coordinate plane graph. Because of the fragile mat, the girls instructed their peers to take their shoes off before stepping on the game. Credit: Phoebe Savje for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

 

Maya Baker presents her candy themed board game to the class. Schlegel authorized his classes, in groups of two or three, to design creative board games involving information from recent chapters. Credit: Phoebe Savje for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Maya Baker presents her candy themed board game to the class. Schlegel authorized his classes, in groups of two or three, to design creative board games involving information from recent chapters. Credit: Phoebe Savje for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

 

Hannah Saulnier explains her original Hunger Games themed board game based off the cornucopia in Catching Fire. Saulnier and her partner Elizabeth Staid chose to make their board circular to create a better image of the cornucopia. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Hannah Saulnier explains her original Hunger Games themed board game based off the cornucopia in Catching Fire. Saulnier and her partner Elizabeth Staid chose to make their board circular to create a better image of the cornucopia. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
When the students presented they were told to explain the rules of the game. After all the presentations, the students were allowed to choose a few games that they wanted to play themselves. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
When the students presented they were told to explain the rules of the game. After all the presentations, the students were allowed to choose a few games that they wanted to play themselves. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Part of their project was to create a box that their game would go in as a real board game would. Many of the students used their artistic skills to decorate the box and the game board itself. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Part of their project was to create a box that their game would go in as a real board game would. Many of the students used their artistic skills to decorate the box and the game board itself. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Schlegel asks sixth graders Abby Corrao and Olivia Ford a question about the rules of their game. Many students asked questions during their peers’ presentations to get a better understanding of the game. Credit: Phoebe Savje for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Schlegel asks sixth graders Abby Corrao and Olivia Ford a question about the rules of their game. Many students asked questions during their peers’ presentations to get a better understanding of the game. Credit: Phoebe Savje for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Geometry class solves Rubik’s Cubes

Math teacher David Alger teaches geometry students the process of solving the Rubik’s Cube. The Rubik’s Cube was invented in 1974 by Erno Rubik, who was a Hungarian inventor.  The solution involves problem solving, which is one component of the geometry curriculum.

Students in math teacher David Alger’s B block geometry class work on solving Rubik’s Cubes over the course of a couple of weeks.  For part of the geometry classes’ final exam, students must be able to quickly solve the Rubik’s Cube with or without a guide. Credit: Susie Buck and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students in math teacher David Alger’s B block geometry class work on solving Rubik’s Cubes over the course of a couple of weeks. For part of the geometry classes’ final exam, students must be able to quickly solve the Rubik’s Cube with or without a guide. Credit: Susie Buck and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Before learning to solve the Rubik’s Cubes, the students took them apart to understand how they work.  After completely disassembling the cubes, the students put them back together and began solving them.  Credit: Susie Buck and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Before learning to solve the Rubik’s Cubes, the students took them apart to understand how they work. After completely disassembling the cubes, the students put them back together and began solving them. Credit: Susie Buck and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Freshmen Courtney Holley and Zoe Brown work on completing the solution. Students use their phones as a timer so they can be aware of their progress. Credit: Susie Buck and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Freshmen Courtney Holley and Zoe Brown work on completing the solution. Students use their phones as a timer so they can be aware of their progress. Credit: Susie Buck and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Caitlin Malloy is advised by math teacher David Alger on how to accomplish a certain step in the process of solving the Rubik’s Cube. Alger provides assistance at the front of the class if students require help. Credit: Susie Buck and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Caitlin Malloy is advised by math teacher David Alger on how to accomplish a certain step in the process of solving the Rubik’s Cube. Alger provides assistance at the front of the class if students require help. Credit: Susie Buck and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Freshman Zanny Lee and sophomore Erin Carlson practice solving the cube. The guide for solving the cube contains step by step instruction for each face of the cube. Credit: Susie Buck and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Freshman Zanny Lee and sophomore Erin Carlson practice solving the cube. The guide for solving the cube contains step by step instruction for each face of the cube. Credit: Susie Buck and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

Sophomore William Deschenes completes the steps of the Rubik’s Cube. Deschenes has practiced solving the cube outside of the classroom and has improved his speed by memorizing each phase of the process. Credit: Susie Buck and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore William Deschenes completes the steps of the Rubik’s Cube. Deschenes has practiced solving the cube outside of the classroom and has improved his speed by memorizing each phase of the process. Credit: Susie Buck and Molly Lynch for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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UPCOMING EVENT: Sponsor a Memorial Reader to honor Mrs. Swedberg

On June 11th, Memorial School students and teachers will pass the “baton” throughout the day to keep the entire school community reading ALL DAY LONG in our first ever MMES Read-a-Thon.  Please consider making a pledge to a Memorial School student. We are excited to support reading and are raising funds to build a Memorial School Reading Garden in memory of Mrs. Joyce C. Swedberg, a beloved teacher in this town for over 30 years.  This past year, Joyce lost a valiant battle against cancer at the age of 57. She left behind her husband Steve and son Scott.

 

Mrs. Swedberg exuded warmth, a passion for teaching and a love of her students and was a model teacher in every way for her colleagues.  During her tenure, Mrs. Swedberg taught hundreds of the children of Manchester how to read. The MMES community is planning to create a (moveable) reading garden to complement the front of the Memorial School with proceeds from the Read-a-Thon.

 

The absence of Mrs. Swedberg is felt every day at Memorial School but the Memorial School Reading Garden created in her honor will help us to continue her great work of inspiring children and adults to read.  As one former student recently commented, “Mrs. Swedberg…she was awesome!”

 

In lieu of pledging to a student, checks may be made out to MERSD (please note in memo:  “Memorial Garden Fund/Joyce Swedberg”) and sent directly to: MERSD Central Office, c/o Memorial Garden Fund, P.O. Box 1407, Manchester, MA 01944 or dropped off at Memorial School’s Front Office.

 

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NHS and NAHS induct new members

On Tuesday, May 27th, the National Honor Society and the National Art Honors Society held induction ceremonies for new members.  The two groups decided to have a combined induction ceremony for the first time in the school’s history.

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GHS and ME track hold restaurant night

The Gloucester and Manchester Essex outdoor track team held a restaurant night at La Casa de Luis. The GHS and ME co-op allows for Manchester Essex students to run outdoor track for Gloucester High School. The fundraiser helped to support the Gloucester track team.

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The team dinner was held at Casa de Luis. The track team decided to hold a restaurant night in Manchester instead of Gloucester because of the co-op. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Gloucester track team members smile before eating dinner. The track team also sold raffle tickets in order to raise money for the team. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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A Gloucester track member eats her dinner. The Gloucester boys track team went undefeated for the outdoor season. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Freshman Nimah Dalton, sophomore Charlotte Freed, freshman Becka Hille, and a Gloucester track member smile before eating dinner. In the Northeast Conference Championships the boys’ team placed third and the girls placed fourth. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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A Gloucester track member looks at the menu before ordering. The Gloucester track coach was awarded with boys’ coach of the year. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Gloucester track sprinters and hurdlers smile for a picture upon arriving to the restaurant. Two hurdlers qualified for the Division 1 state competition. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Gloucester track members enjoy their fried ice cream dessert. The girls track team was awarded with the sportsmanship award in the North East Conference. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
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Gloucester track members share their desserts. The Gloucester track booster parents help to organize events for the team members. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Sophomore Charlie Davis eats his fried ice cream dessert. Davis has been a part of the co-op for two years. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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7th grade art class creates accordion books

Tamera Burns’ 7th grade art class created accordion books. Students were assigned several mini projects that would be placed in the books later. Assignments ranged from sewing to perspective drawing.

Students start the class off after gathering their materials. Due to different paces among the class, students were working on different assignments. Credit: Amber Paré and Marlaina Fulmer for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online.
Students start the class off after gathering their materials. Due to different paces among the class, students were working on different assignments. Credit: Amber Paré and Marlaina Fulmer for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online.
Accordion booklets are displayed as seventh graders continue working. Students decorated the cover with paint according to their liking. Credit: Amber Paré and Marlaina Fulmer for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online.
Accordion booklets are displayed as seventh graders continue working. Students decorated the cover with paint according to their liking. Credit: Amber Paré and Marlaina Fulmer for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online.
Seventh grader Rebecca Shan glues on some of the final pieces to her sewing project. Teacher Tamera Burns said she chose to make the project consist of smaller assignments because it was easier for students to focus on shorter projects towards the end of the year. Credit: Amber Paré and Marlaina Fulmer for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online.
Seventh grader Rebecca Shan glues on some of the final pieces to her sewing project. Teacher Tamera Burns said she chose to make the project consist of smaller assignments because it was easier for students to focus on shorter projects towards the end of the year. Credit: Amber Paré and Marlaina Fulmer for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online.

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Seventh grader Adam Roy sews sting onto his collage to add lines and color. Students cut out pieces of paper and made a collage out of them by gluing them to construction paper. Credit: Amber Paré and Marlaina Fulmer for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online.
Seventh grader Adam Roy sews sting onto his collage to add lines and color. Students cut out pieces of paper and made a collage out of them by gluing them to construction paper. Credit: Amber Paré and Marlaina Fulmer for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online.
Assignments will be placed on the inner flaps of this accordion book once student work is complete. Books will be sent home at the end of the year. Credit: Amber Paré and Marlaina Fulmer for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online.
Assignments will be placed on the inner flaps of this accordion book once student work is complete. Books will be sent home at the end of the year. Credit: Amber Paré and Marlaina Fulmer for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online.

Seventh grader Meredith Wolf finishes up the day with cleaning out her water colors and washing her hands. Students will have about a week and a half more to finish up any assignments they want in their booklet. Credit: Amber Paré and Marlaina Fulmer for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online.
Seventh grader Meredith Wolf finishes up the day with cleaning out her water colors and washing her hands. Students will have about a week and a half more to finish up any assignments they want in their booklet. Credit: Amber Paré and Marlaina Fulmer for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online.

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UPCOMING EVENT: Study sessions after school in library on June 9 , 10 , 12 and 16.

Ms. Alger will be hosting final exam study sessions  after school in the library on  June 9th , 10th , 12th  and 16th

They sessions will begin at 2: 30 each day and each session will run until 3:30pm. 

Students can visit for individualized assistance or they can bring  friends for group study work.

Ms. Alger will have information on test taking tips, essay outlining, and study strategies, etc.

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