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  • Google Classroom

    Since our school is a Google School, Mrs. Dumais utilizes Google Classroom for student assignments, related documents, and work submission.  Please contact Mrs. Dumais at adumais@westerly.k12.ri.us if you have any questions.

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  • May Student of the Month

    Freshman - Ruedi Hauser Sophomore - Logan Hellwig Junior - Hannah Chappell Senior - Taylor Albamonti

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  • October Student of the Month

    Junior/Senior Mentors

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  • April Student of the Month

    Unified Basketball Team Austin Menta and Dominique Jeffers -  Friend's of Rachel

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  • March Student of the Month

    Westerly's FBLA students received awards at the State Leadership Conference on Wed., February 29. Accounting  Jack Gardner   1st place Accounting  Michael DeBartolo   3rd place Client Service  William Sposato   3rd place Desktop Publishing (team)  Shelby Harold / Victoria Turano   2nd place Desktop Publishing (team)   Celine Gouvin / Marissa Scavello   3rd place Digital Design & Promotion  Amanda Paulo   2nd place Digital Video Production  Nick Fiore-Chettiar / Christopher Rikotoarisoa   4th place Job Interview  Michael DeBartolo   2nd place Public Speaking II  Samantha Lariviere  3rd place   Local Chapter Newsletter  Jena Piccolo / Anna Maria Lenihan   1st place Local Chapter Scrapbook  Samantha Lariviere, Amanda Boisclair, Monique Walmsley   3rd…

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  • February Student of the Month

    All State Chorus: Mike Genese Nick Deperry Liz Lou Heather Teranova

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  • January Student of the Month

    Freshman - Sophomore - Junior - Hannah Schilke Senior -

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  • Student Spotlight March 2012

    We're turning the spotlight on WHS students who are doing an amazing job in and out of the classroom! We’d like to congratulate the following students for the achievement in academics for the month of March.   . . .and this month's student spotlights shine on: Hannah Schilke—for taking 3rd place in the state at Voice of Democracy Catherine Montalto—for being an exceptional, above and beyond history student Klara Reisch—for stretching her desire to learn French beyond the walls of Westerly High School Nour Alnatafgi—for her constant work with and application of English language learning in classes as well as her leadership with the International Club Micajah Campbell –for self-advocating, standing up for peers, and contributing real-world connections to academics Cam Bell—for his tenacity in achievement in science Laura Boegler—for excellence in math and classroom leadership Taylor Bleir—taking risks with creative writing Rose Serra—for stretching her study of mob-mentality and successfully facilitating a flash mob on the quad Zack Clark—for his perseverance to meet personal and academic success Andrea Burrell—for her diligence and self-advocacy in academics for Planning Center and Rachel Sylvia—for her dedication and hard work in the culinary program     If you see them in the halls, tell them nice job:) and a special shout out to all the donations that went to help sponsor the Brainy Breakfast on April 10th to honor…

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  • November Student(s) of the month

    Congratulations to November's recipients Class of 2012 - Nick Fiore-Chettiar Class of 2013 - Austin Cilley Class of 2014 - Kameron Wilcox Class of 2015 - Darlene Manfred

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  • Student Spotlight On Academics

     Starting next semester, WHS is turning the “spotlight” on students who do really amazing work connected with academics in and/or out of the classroom. This complements Student of the Month by celebrating students’ academic accomplishments.   Each department will submit one or two names monthly to honor some awesome work going on in our school community!   The following will be considered when teachers nominate the student for Student Spotlight in Academic Achievement.   Criteria for Student Spotlight in Academic Achievement :    1.            Student must demonstrate notable achievement connected to academics.  2.            Student achievement might be reached inside the classroom or beyond the                 classroom.  3.            Student can be motivated to achieve in both traditional (classroom successes                like high grades, improvement, etc.) and non-traditional ways such as:         •             Johnny uses his construction skills to help Habitat for Humanity                        or to build a ramp for his grandfather.         •             Jamie trains for and participates in a triathlon.         •             June volunteers in a cell lab at the University on her own time.         •             Jake translates at the Westerly Hospital.         •             Justine gets her poetry published.         •             Julie assists with a local/state political…

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  • Student of the month

    STUDENT OF THE MONTH CRITERIA/PROCEDURE   WHS Advisory classes sponsor a Student of the Month award in cooperation with the school administration. The Student of the Month winners will be selected by the class advisors with input from all student body, faculty and staff.   Criteria for Student of the Month: 1. Student must have demonstrated a real effort and desire to learn. This does not mean the student has achieved honor roll status. 2. Student must have demonstrated involvement in school life/activities. 3. Student must demonstrate respect for all school policies and personnel. 4. Student must have demonstrated real concern for the school community. 5. Student must be actively involved in classroom activities. 6. Student must have demonstrated friendliness and support for other students.   Procedure for nominating/choosing winners: 1. Any member of the faculty may nominate a student. To nominate, please use the folder with nomination/voting forms which will be placed on the sign-in tables in both buildings during the last week of every month. Reasons for nomination can be stated on these forms. Vote by initialing in the column near your choice. The advisors make the actual selections. 2. Assistant principals/ members of administration/ advisory of the nominees should be consulted by class advisors to make sure that the students are respectful of school policies and regulations. 3. Winners’ names should be given to Mr. Gleason or Mr. Hathaway who will coordinate the announcing of winners and the distribution of award certificates. 4. Please do not write anything negative on the nomination form. If you have a legitimate concern of student nomination, see the class advisor or an administrator privately. They will determine whether or not a student will be removed from nomination. Please understand that we will not necessarily make public the reason for removing a name. Respect the…

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  • Student of the Month (December)

    Posted by Edmund Hathaway on 12/21/2011 12:05:27 PM
    STUDENT OF THE MONTH CRITERIA/PROCEDURE
     
    WHS Advisory classes sponsor a Student of the Month award in cooperation with the school administration. The Student of the Month winners will be selected by the class advisors with input from all student body, faculty and staff.
     
    Criteria for Student of the Month:
    1. Student must have demonstrated a real effort and desire to learn. This does not mean the student has achieved honor roll status.
    2. Student must have demonstrated involvement in school life/activities.
    3. Student must demonstrate respect for all school policies and personnel.
    4. Student must have demonstrated real concern for the school community.
    5. Student must be actively involved in classroom activities.
    6. Student must have demonstrated friendliness and support for other students.
     
    Procedure for nominating/choosing winners:
    1. Any member of the faculty may nominate a student. To nominate, please use the folder with nomination/voting forms which will be placed on the sign-in tables in both buildings during the last week of every month. Reasons for nomination can be stated on these forms. Vote by initialing in the column near your choice. The advisors make the actual selections.
    2. Assistant principals/ members of administration/ advisory of the nominees should be consulted by class advisors to make sure that the students are respectful of school policies and regulations.
    3. Winners’ names should be given to Mr. Gleason or Mr. Hathaway who will coordinate the announcing of winners and the distribution of award certificates.
    4. Please do not write anything negative on the nomination form. If you have a legitimate concern of student nomination, see the class advisor or an administrator privately. They will determine whether or not a student will be removed from nomination. Please understand that we will not necessarily make public the reason for removing a name. Respect the confidentiality.
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