Topics: Education

HARWICH – Monomoy proved a dominating force in their rainy Oct. 13 game against Rising Tide, but while the rain fell, the goals didn't and the Sharks had to settle with a 1-1 tie against the Herons in Cape and Islands League play. “I feel like we absolutely dominated possession and shots and corner kicks and every other conceivable category other than the scoreboard, so we need to put the ball in the net,” sai...

Monomoy Boys Roll Past Sturgis East 3-1

By: Kat Szmit

HARWICH – Logan Routhier netted his first and second varsity goals for the boys soccer team on Oct. 13 as the Sharks triumphed against Sturgis East 3-1 in Cape and Islands League play. The win boosted Monomoy's record to 7-5-2 overall and 7-3-2 in the league, giving fans attending the rain-soaked outing something to smile about. The Storm found its way to the scoreboard first when Aidan Smith sent in a free...

HARWICH – Abby Wallace, Katie Ganshaw and Abby Higgins might play soccer for Monomoy High, but they're pretty darned good at flag football, too, as evidenced by their respective performances in the annual Powderpuff Game, held Oct. 10 in honor of Homecoming week. While the junior girls gave the game their best effort, with Kelsey Olson, another top MRHS soccer player, leading the way, the seniors owned the gam...

HARWICH – It just wasn't Monomoy's night. First the Sharks lost captain and key player Kyle Charlot to injury in the opening drive. Then the visiting West Bridgewater Wildcats unleashed a scoring fury on the home team en route to a 36-6 victory that left the Sharks feeling more than a little deflated. The majority of West Bridgewater's touchdowns came in the second quarter, during which they scored 24 points i...

HARWICH – Though the scoreboard showed a 4-0 loss for the Monomoy field hockey team, the scoreboard didn't tell the entire story. While the Sharks didn't score in their Oct. 8 game, they played a strong and tenacious game against the D-Y Dolphins and continued to strive for a spot in the post-season. The Sharks held the Dolphins at bay for much of the first half, determinedly maneuvering the ball out of danger...

HARWICH – It was a great day for Mickey Glennen, Mike Hodges, and Betsy Casey, and an even better day for the Monomoy All Sports Booster Club as their second annual golf tournament not only meant awesome awards for the aforementioned trio, but a strong show of support that resulted in a successful fundraiser as well. Glennen earned the Closest to the Pin title for the men, coming within 10 feet of the flag on ...

HARWICH – Robert Perry stared in amazement at his transformed back yard. What had been an area choked with weeds, cluttered with items ready for the dump, and shaded by overgrown saplings just hours before was now weed free, with trash and trees removed, sunlight dappling the freshly raked space. All the work was done by volunteers taking part in the ninth Annual Big Fix, which this year bettered the homes, and l...

School News, Sept. 27

By: Cape Cod Chronicle

Monomoy Regional School District On Thursday, Oct. 25, the Monomoy Regional School District will host a Parent University on the topic of technology and social media. The session will be held at Monomoy Regional High School, Room A202, from 5 to 6 p.m. Parents will learn how to help children use technology as a tool; understand the various apps and sites young people use; and get tips on how to effectively m...

CHATHAMPORT — In helping shape the fledgling Monomoy Regional School District, former Superintendent Carolyn Cragin focused on improving education, building partnerships and enhancing the district’s long-term sustainability. As the new board president of the Chatham Marconi Maritime Center, her to-do list isn’t that different. Even though she retired as a public school administrator in 2013, Cragin hasn’t le...

Back To School Page

By: Cape Cod Chronicle

Schools Begins Tuesday Classes start on Tuesday, Sept. 5. Classes at Monomoy Regional High School and Monomoy Regional Middle School begin at 8:45 a.m.; Chatham and Harwich Elementary Schools begins at 7:45 a.m. Kindergarten classes start Sept. 6, and pre-school begins Sept. 10. For a complete bus schedule, see elsewhere in this issue of The Chronicle or visit monomoy.edu.   Monomoy Regional School Di...

Inspiring Students, One Bird At A Time

By: Alan Pollock

CHATHAM — Somewhere over George’s Bank, flitting over the wave tops, there’s a shearwater named Monomoy. And another named Nauset. You could almost pity the one named Cape Cod Lighthouse Charter School. The seabirds are part of a number outfitted with radio tracking tags by researchers at the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary and named in honor of area middle schools whose students will follow their ...

HARWICH – Whitehouse Field is a familiar place for Sean Gould. He’s been there as a bat boy for the Harwich Mariners, and crouched behind the plate as the catcher for the Monomoy boys varsity baseball team. But this summer the soon-to-be junior has a special gig at the ballpark: bullpen catcher for the home team. Gould started playing baseball when he was just a toddler in his Harwich backyard, developing an i...

Planning Board Approves Cape Tech's Special Permits

By: William F. Galvin

HARWICH — The planning board last week unanimously approved the site plan review and use special permits for the new Cape Cod Regional Technical High School. The project is scheduled to get underway in December and is estimated to cost $128 million. The new school will be located on the east side of the 69.46 acre lot that presently holds the existing Cape Tech school in the Pleasant Lake section of town. The ...

Planning Board To Act On New Cape Tech School Site Plan

By: William F. Galvin

HARWICH — The Cape Cod Regional Technical High School building project will go before the planning board next Tuesday night for a site plan review special permit and a use special permit. Construction on the new 221,880-square-foot high school is expected to start in December. The conservation commission earlier this month issued a negative finding on a request for determination of applicability to remove the ...

CHATHAM – The number of students who receive free or reduced-cost meals at Chatham Elementary School has grown to the point where the school now qualifies for a federal program that makes free lunch and breakfast available to all students. Monomoy Regional School District officials are preparing to apply to the program and anticipate its implementation in the fall. As of April, 46.18 percent of students at ...

HARWICH — It’s a painful topic to discuss, but one that can’t be kept a secret. The sexual abuse of children is a real problem on Cape Cod, and a group of students at Monomoy Regional High School is taking part in a unique partnership with Children’s Cove to raise awareness among their peers. The 13 sophomores have been meeting as Monomoy’s Teen TASK (Taking A Stand for Kids) Force since December, working...