Monomoy Regional Middle School
On June 9, Monomoy Regional Middle School inducted the newest members of the National Junior Honor Society. The National Junior Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle level students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. The MRMS 2016-2017 inductees are: Seventh grade: Olivia Appleton; Emma Blankenship; Charlotte Blute; Nick Blute; Bridget Brochu; Ciara Farris; Katherine Gabri; Kyla Gilley; John Jordan; Matthew Lundegren; Amalia Marjollet; Isabela McMahon; Sabrina Morand; Nicole Peterson; Victoria Peterson; Kyla Potoczny; Olivia Prisco; Taylor Raftery; Riley Serroni; Angelica Velasquez; and Yu Shang Zou. Sixth grade: Nate Andreasson; Christie Beckley; Kaeleigh Bourgea; Orla Delaney; Josiah Girardin; Jennie Grogan; Katelyn Groves; Jagur Horn; Alexa Long; Norah McCutcheon; Sophie McIsaac; Alyson Morris; Cassidy Parker; Isabelle Pfleger; Sarah Poskanzer; Kyle Richman; Declan Russell; Alexa Schneeberger; Mitchell Silva; Olivia Sims; Olivia Willis; and Chloe Zaloom.
Monomoy Regional High School
On May 25, 2017, Monomoy Regional High School inducted the newest members of the National Honor Society. The National Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Congratulations to the 2017 NHS inductees from MRHS: Edward "Ted" Clifford; Perry Comeau; Caroline Davock; Ben Hayden; Abby Higgins; Caroline Howard; Sam Mahoney; Hannah Marty; Patrick McGill; Molly McKenna; Taylor Shea Morris; Lucy Ryan; Veronica Simundson; Lindsay Smith; Sean Stone; Benjamin Thomas; Douglas Ulrich; Tommye Wall; Falon Williams; Jake Wisniewski; and Jason Zou.
Nearly 70 students from Monomoy Regional School District went to the State House to present their Project Citizen research projects. The results: Best rookie: Mr. Walsh, Opioid Epidemic on Cape Cod; Best Hearing: Barnes/Matheson, The Greatest Wealth is Health; Best Portfolio and Best Overall: Barnes/Matheson, Promote the Antidote.
Juniors and seniors from the advanced ceramics and art club were participants in a three-part workshop with Nat Doane who is an educator and the Harry Holl Sculpture and Clay Studio Manager from the Cape Cod Museum of Art. Nat demonstrated throwing, trimming, and burnishing during the B block and G block advanced ceramics classes on April 11, and on May 17 a small group of students went to the Cape Cod Museum of Art to take part in a pit firing. Nat then brought the fired pots back, after three days of smoldering, and shared his final polishing technique. A special thank you to Nat Doane for teaching students this method of creating, finishing, and firing ceramic pieces. He also provided a video of his demonstration which can be seen on YouTube. Thank you also to Benton Jones, the museum's education and community outreach coordinator, and Michael Giaquinto, the exhibits curator, who provided this opportunity, and along with Nat, gave students a personalized tour of the exhibits currently at the museum. Thank you, Ms. Trull, for organizing this wonderful authentic learning experience.