Sunday, November 13, 2011

This weeks resources! 11/13/11

This fall has been amazing for our student-athletes and our coaching staffs.  It may possibly be the most successful athletic season in the history of the school.  I would like to congratulate all of our athletic teams for an outstanding job.  It’s not over.  I encourage the entire school community to come out on Thanksgiving morning for an all or nothing football game against North Providence.  If we win on Thanksgiving we clinch a share of the league title and a playoff spot.  If we lose our season is complete.  Please encourage friends and family to attend Thanksgiving morning at the Boyle Athletic Complex in Smithfield at 10:30 am. 
·         Girls Tennis – DII State Champions
·         Unified Volleyball – DIII State Champions
·         Girls Cross Country – Class C Champions, Qualified 5th in State Meet; New England Qualifier
·         Girls Field Hockey – DII State Champions
·         Boys Soccer – DII State Champions
·         Girls Soccer – DI Runner-up

Congratulations to the Senior Class for an excellent Fashion Show.  A huge thanks to class advisors, Taffy Quaglieri and Mike Gavitt for their excellent leadership and the Kelley Young, Kerissa Roderick, Margarita Dempsey, and Adel Cabral for their support. 

Parent Conferences will take place on Thursday, November 17th.  There will be no school for students on this day.  Conferences this year will be held in the same format as last year.  Teachers will be available on a first come, first serve basis from 1 pm to 4:30 pm and 5:30 pm to 7:45 pm.  Conferences may be limited to five minutes depending on parent turnout.  If you require additional time with a teacher, please contact your child’s guidance counselor to make an appointment for a later date. 

All students have school on Wednesday November 23, 2011.

Teachers

Students

Friday, November 11, 2011

Passing of Assistant Softball Coach Megan Caron

Smithfield Public Schools is saddened by the tragic loss of Assistant Softball Coach Megan Caron.  The 2004 SHS graduate made a significant impact on many young lives.  Her presence will be sorely missed.  She was liked and respected by all those who knew her, and the student athletes who worked with her on the softball field have been profoundly touched by this tragedy. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Caron Family.  
Calling hours Monday 4-7 pm
Funeral Service Tuesday 11 am

Met Life Soccer Press Conference

Good luck to the boys and girls soccer teams this weekend in the state tournament.  
Boys game 2 pm Saturday @ RIC
Girls Game Noon Sunday @ RIC