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SCHOOL RESOURCES

Please note that some of these resources have not yet been updated for the 2024-2025 school year, including bus transportation, food services, and more. Updated resources will be posted within the coming weeks. To see all resources, click here.

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SSCPS AFTERSCHOOL ENRICHMENT PROGRAM

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Youth Employment Permits

Youth Employment Permits:  Bring the completed "Promise of Employment" Section to Dee Delaney. Please email (ddelaney@sscps.org) or call Dee (781-982-4202 x 159) to make an appointment to receive your Youth Employment Permit. Students must be present to sign and have proper identification.

 

 

 

 

From the Executive Director

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Alicia Savage

 

 

 

 

We have reached the end of what has turned out to be a phenomenal school year at SSCPS. The long days filled with extra daylight and warm weather allow us to shed classroom routine and make way for field days, adventurous competitions, and award ceremonies. We are thrilled to be able to celebrate all our students have accomplished together.

Student achievement has been showcased through many noteworthy events. Students in grades K-12 showcased their brilliant work at the second annual Art Show in May. In addition to classroom Exhibitions of Mastery, the Spring Concerts were an outstanding display of student talent. Once again we are reminded of how fortunate we are to have an extensive music program. Last week eighth grade students worked hard to bring the Civics Action Project Showcase to our school community, and seniors displayed their Senior Project Presentations together at the high school.

Not enough can be said about the wonderful Class of 2024. The Class of 2024 was honored at their Commencement on Friday, June 7, 2024 at the Campus Center at University of Massachusetts, Boston. The students in this year’s graduating class have impressive accomplishments. This year, 13 seniors were inducted into the Fraternity of Thirteen, a prestigious recognition for students who have been attending South Shore Charter since kindergarten. Twenty-four graduating seniors are members of the National Honor Society. Seventeen graduates were awarded eligibility for the John and Abigail Adams Merit Scholarship. 

This year the class presented a Senior Class Gift: a one thousand dollar scholarship for the Class of 2025 as a way of giving back to the school community. As you may remember, seniors on the Student Board brought the Spring Fair to our school community last April. Students voted to designate funds raised from the fair to institute a scholarship for upcoming graduating classes. Their generosity knows no bounds. Another highlight of the evening was the student speakers. This year eight students addressed the audience: Jordan Alexandre, Amogh Athimamula, Brianna Belizaire, Ethan Lee, Samuel Oji, Sawhah Osman, Mikaylah Pamphile, and Samuel-Henrique Santana. You can read the full graduation update here. Congratulations to the Class of 2024!

There have been so many wonderful happenings throughout the year. This school year has been a time of institutional reflection. We are pleased to report that the SSCPS Strategic Plan 2025-2029 is complete. The Strategic Planning Committee has been actively engaged in mapping what our school will accomplish over the next five years. Nine meetings have been held throughout the year during which the committee members discussed institutional goals and the School’s mission. Planning included focus group protocols, best practices to obtain meaningful data, and compiling data from multiple stakeholders. This comprehensive approach helped to create a better understanding of the school's current and future needs. The insights and key themes identified through these efforts were used to inform the goals and action steps of the strategic plan.

I would like to thank all family members, faculty, staff, and students who participated in focus groups this year. We have successfully completed all 28 focus groups, which has given our school community a chance to share their ideas. The first eleven strategic planning focus groups were conducted and attended by faculty and staff on January 12, 2024. By utilizing the expertise of our faculty and staff, the goal was to develop programs and student experiences that reflect the collective wisdom of our teachers, school administrators, and staff. The Family Focus Groups were held on campus, via Zoom, and at libraries in our largest sending districts: the Brockton Public Library, the Tufts Library in Weymouth, and the Turner Library in Randolph. All sessions were well-attended. There have been three Zoom sessions, one of which was conducted in Haitian Creole. Student focus groups were conducted in March. The Strategic Planning Committee has analyzed all focus group data, including feedback from families and students, to identify trends.

One significant discovery the Strategic Planning Committee uncovered during the all focus groups was that the focus groups were well received and successful for building a sense of community. Participants welcomed the opportunity to share their experiences and areas of expertise. Moving forward, we would like to be able to offer focus groups next year to provide stakeholders with the opportunity to gather as a community and have informed, productive, and face forward discussions about our school and how we can continue to shape education throughout the South Shore together.

The end of the school year is also a time of transition. I would like to thank our trustees who are stepping off the Board at the end of this month. Special thanks to Vincent Walsh (Vice Chair), Kiki Fluhr (Trustee), Katie Walsh (Faculty Representative), and Raeven Charles (Student Representative) for their years of service to the South Shore Charter Public School Board of Trustees. There are three members of our faculty who will be ending this phase of their lives to embark upon another: Alicia Scafidi, Bill Tramontana, and Nora Broderick. We thank these three amazing educators for their time and commitment to the students of the South Shore Charter Public School. Every day they represented the best of the South Shore Charter Public School. Each has been a gift to our school community and we wish them all the best as they head out on their next venture. 

To all of our families and friends of South Shore Charter, my sincere thank you for being an integral part of our school community. It has been a privilege working with your children and we look forward to continuing that work in the fall. Until we are all together again, have a relaxing summer and enjoy this time with family and friends.

SSCPS MISSION STATEMENT

"Inspiring every student to excel in academics, service, and life."

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