Junior Troy Ciarametaro gave a presentation on the physics of golf and how golf depends on many of the equations students learn about in physics. Since the seniors have graduated, the juniors left in the class have worked on independent projects.
On Monday June 9th, Green Team Interns and Scholars held a Green Team Showcase. At the event Interns and Scholars presented their projects and their successes throughout the year. The showcase was a way for the Green Team to show the community what goes on inside the program.
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.
Pitches with attitude, Salve Regina’s female A cappella group, came to visit Manchester Essex Regional High School and performed for music classes. 2012 ME graduate Savannah Repucci is a member of the group and came back to visit her high school.
From Friday May 2nd to Wednesday May 7th the Manchester Essex DECA team traveled to Atlanta Georgia to compete in the International Career Development Conference. MERHS DECA scored two of 18 individual exam or role play medals awarded to the 462 MASS DECA students at the competition.
On Tuesday April 29th the Manchester Essex Gloucester joint track team faced Swampscott. The girls’ team suffered a defeat but the boys’ team came out with a victory. After this meet the boys’ team is undefeated with a record of 5-0 and the girls’ team is 2-3.
On Monday April 14th, Green Team students and town members congregated in front of the Manchester Essex Regional High School to launch the start of curbside composting. People gave speeches about their involvement in the project and their appreciation for the collaboration to make the project a success.
On April 3rd the Green Team participated in a dumpster dive; the students came to school early in the morning in order to sort trash. The goal of this activity was to show the other students how much garbage could actually be recycle or composted.
Sixth grade students have been studying Africa and researched a topic of related interest. Each student prepared a two
minute presentation about their topic.
Social Studies teacher Amy Desmond explains to the students the process of the presentations. Prior to the projects, the sixth graders had been studying Africa. Credit: Olivia Lantz for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online