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Cornerstone Academy students place at 2015 National Mythology

May 28th, 2015

(l to r, front) Aarushi Pant, Arianne Kamal, Arush Mallovoram and Vedant Roymoulik; 
(l to r, back) teachers Miss Simoneau and Mrs. Short, and Karen McQuade, director
Photo/submitted

Northborough – Students from the Cornerstone Academy recently were awarded medallions in the 2015 National Mythology Exam. The purpose of the exam is to inspire students to learn about classical mythology and literature.

ARHS thespians to present Journey to Absurdity

May 27th, 2015

The cast of Journey to Absurdity
Photo/Submitted

Northborough – For their final production this year, the Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) Dramahawks will be presenting “Journey to Absurdity.” The show is a collection of short plays beginning with the simplicity of a Thorton Wilder play (where no props are used) and gradually become more abstract and absurd. The production ends with a play written by master playwright Eugene Ionesco where, according to teacher Tom Alera, who is directing the show, nothing is as it seems. Works from other playwrights included in the production include Anton Chekhov, Samuel Beckett, Harold Pinter and Christopher Durang.

Marlborough High students wear purple to show support for fight against cancer

May 19th, 2015

Students pose for the “purple picture” to kick off Relay for Life. 
Photo/Nance Ebert

Marlborough – In a sea of purple, Marlborough High School students and faculty gathered on the front stairwell at the end of the school day May 15 to take a group photo. Everyone wore a purple t-shirt to show his or her support in the fight against cancer. The high school is participating in “Paint the School Purple” in celebration of the annual Relay for Life of Hudson-Marlborough.

Oak Middle School holds annual talent show

May 17th, 2015

Cast and crew of “Oak’s Got Talent!”

Shrewsbury – Oak Middle School recently held the third annual “Oak’s Got Talent!” show directed by Ann Tomashefsky. The event featured seventh- and eighth-grade students who showed off their various talents. Some of the acts included pianists Joseph Pederson and Logan Peterson, who performed a four-handed version of “Maple Leaf Rag,” and Angela Rezuke, who [...]

Student Leadership Council members gain tools for being good citizens

May 14th, 2015

Members of the Student Leadership Council at the Charles Jaworek Elementary School. (Photo/submitted)

Marlborough – Being a leader means being grateful, being kind to others, and being a role model. That’s according to Kayla Parsons, a fourth-grader at the Charles Jaworek Elementary School in Marlborough. She’s one of 18 students in her grade enrolled in the May session of the Student Leadership Council at the school.

Saint Mary School students participate in 2015 Science Fair

May 14th, 2015

Winners of Saint Mary School’s 2015 Science Fair. (Photo/submitted)

Shrewsbury – Saint Mary School’s Upper School students recently participated in the biennial Science Fair. Over 95 students in grades 5 – 8 began working on their Science Fair research and related experiments in January. The projects consist of the following: proposal, log book, project report, oral presentation and display poster. Students were encouraged to [...]

Zeh School holds Environmental Awareness Week

May 14th, 2015

Marion E. Zeh School students try on beekeeper equipment. (Photos/submitted)

Northborough – In honor of Earth Day April 22, the Marion E. Zeh School Environmental Team had its annual Environmental Awareness Week the last week of April. Activities and presentations were planned for each day of the week to encourage students, teachers and families to learn about the importance of taking care of the earth.

Newbery Medal author Sharon Creech visits Fay

May 12th, 2015

Author Sharon Creech speaks to students from Fay School in Southborough. 
Photo/submitted

Southborough – On April 30, Fay School’s budding writers met Newbery Award-winning author Sharon Creech who has written numerous novels for young people, including “Walk Two Moons” (winner of the Newbery Medal), “Love That Dog,” and “Ruby Holler” (winner of the Carnegie Medal). Each fall, the entire Lower School community – including faculty and parents — reads the same novel and participates in community-wide book talks and reflections.

Local Mass Academy students head to national science symposium

May 3rd, 2015

Region – Two juniors at the Massachusetts Academy of Math and Science at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) will present their research and compete against 230 students nationwide at a science and humanities symposium in Maryland after winning top honors on the regional level. Karthik Karnik, of Westborough, and Amol Punjabi, of Northborough, will participate in [...]

Paton school holds annual pancake breakfast

May 3rd, 2015

The Desruisseaux family enjoys the annual Paton Family Breakfast held at the school on April 11.

Shrewsbury – The Desruisseaux family enjoys the annual Paton Family Breakfast held at the school on April 11. The event, hosted by the Walter J. Paton Elementary School PTO, included a pancake breakfast, raffles, and silent auction to raise funds for Paton School. Photo/Mary Pritchard

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