Senior Class Christmas Fundraiser

Senior class officer, Billy Burnham leads seniors in decorating gingerbread cookies during C block. At the end of the day these cookies were sold for $1.50 each and the money made benefited the senior class.

 

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Gardner Project holds Food Drive

Each year around Christmas time, Manchester Essex High School Organizes a food drive. This year it was led by Gardner Project Supervisor, James Wallimann.

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Boys Basketball Start Season With Victory

 

On December 18th the boys varsity basketball team defeated Amesbury by fifty points, starting the season off with a huge victory.

 

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Senior Class decorates cookies for fundraiser

Senior class officer Billy Burnham leads seniors in decorating gingerbread cookies during C block. At the end of the day these cookies were sold for $1.50 each and the money made benefited the senior class.

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Master Bing Presents to Middle School

Master Bing visited for Manchester Essex Middle/High School for one week to present to students. One of his presentations focused specifically on The Eight Immortals.

The Eight Immortals.

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Seniors meet in small groups for advisory

Part of November’s “turbo advisory” activities consisted of all the students gathering together in their advisory groups to play games, consisting of, catchphrase and two truths and a lie. Students also were required to create posters that represent them as a group.

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Plants add to the green environment of the school

Teachers Keith Gray and David Alger both take care of plants in their classrooms. The plants range from basil to hot peppers.

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Seniors examine the brain

Senior psychology students create posters in order to illustrate the different functions of each area within the brain during their unit about neuroscience.

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Math Instructer Uses Alternate Way to Teach

Math teacher Matt Schlegel, approaches teaching long division in a new and involved way. He does this by having students solve math problems that take them on a road trip across the United Sates.

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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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