The vacation before vacation

Damon Christie

February 14, 2017

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In recent days, Swampscott and other local towns were hit by large storms that canceled school for a three days--two before the weekend, and one snow day after. It is quite unusual for people to do nothing with their time off... Read more »

A New Club Emerges from the Shadows of SHS

Damon Christie

February 6, 2017

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Mrs. Knowles, the vice principal of Swampscott High School, has begun a new club to help the community of Swampscott called Tech Ninjas.   The Tech Ninja movement, as said by Mrs. Knowles, is “the beginning of a tech help ... Read more »

Mr. Franklin’s doors of gratitude

Caroline Munnelly

January 23, 2017

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Mr. Franklin, of the English department at Swampscott High School, has been dedicating his time to bringing attention to the importance of mindfulness in the classroom environment and is now looking at a school wide movement of po... Read more »

Danielle Strauss leads another great parade

Damon Christie, Newswriter

January 4, 2017

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For the second year in a row, Danielle Strauss ran the Holiday Parade that goes around Swampscott, on December 10th.   Danielle Strauss, the recreation director of the town of Swampscott, has been honored to put on this pa... Read more »

SHS Winter Concert

Caroline Munnelly

December 8, 2016

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Next Thursday, December 15th, the Swampscott High School band and chorus will hold their annual winter concert, which will showcase the immense talent at SHS and will be held at the Swampscott High School auditorium at 7 p.m.. ... Read more »

Trump presidency brings fear to immigrants

Alex Berube

November 28, 2016

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For many people living in America today, a major fear has now become a reality- President-elect Donald J. Trump will take office in January of 2017 as 45th President of the United States, and  it looks as though millions of ill... Read more »

Multiple factors lead to increased traffic

Ethan Friedman

November 15, 2016

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October 31, 2016 From late August to November traffic has increased at Swampscott High School. Multiple factors have caused buildup of cars near the high school. There has been an increased struggle to get to the building on time ... Read more »

Mr. Murphy’s new rules

Taylor Schofield

November 4, 2016

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At Swampscott High School, the new principal, Robert Murphy, has adjusted the school’s policies and has enforced new rules, provoking various responses from members of the high school community. Simone Nardizzi, a 10th gra... Read more »

Interact Club helping the community

Jamie Ring

November 4, 2016

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Interact Club has started up again for the year at Swampscott High School. The club  is run by art teacher Ms.Balliro.  The objective of  Interact club is to do community service projects as a non-profit group. This club r... Read more »

Mrs. Thompson is back at Swampscott High

Damon Christie

November 4, 2016

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Mrs. Thompson, a retired English teacher at Swampscott High School, is back at Swampscott High School to cover Mrs. Flanagan’s Writing Across the Curriculum classes while she is on maternity leave.   Mr. Kohut described her s... Read more »

New English teacher, HollyBeth Murphy, opens up about career

Clara Harrington

November 4, 2016

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Last year HollyBeth Murphy was welcomed into the Swampscott community as an English and Writing Across the Curriculum teacher, substituting for Holly Flanagan, an educator at the school who left to deliver her baby in mid-Apri... Read more »

Rio Summer 2016 Olympics

Alayna O'Keefe

May 19, 2016

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Every four years people from all corners of the world come together for a celebration of life and athleticism. The Olympic Games today bring the international community together by promoting peace and unity through competitive ... Read more »

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