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From the executive director

Alicia Savage

As this year draws to a close, significant events, Exhibitions of Mastery, Advanced Placement Exams, the MCAS, the Jaguar and Color Games, and Senior Internships serve as capstones of a fruitful academic year. This is also the time of year when important transitions take place on campus. Our kindergarten students are close to completing their first year of school. Students in the eighth grade look forward to completing middle school and are looking forward to the high school years. And of course the most significant transition for a student, seniors at the high school are preparing for graduation and life beyond South Shore Charter. May 1 was decision day for the Class of 2023. Our school is excited by the list of college acceptances for this outstanding senior class. These impressive achievements are a result of thoughtful planning and hard work done by students and their families.  This is a time for seniors and their families to celebrate and enjoy all that has been achieved. We extend a special thank you to guidance counselor, Mary Carter, Director of Guidance, as well as our faculty and staff, who have assisted our seniors in reaching their goals and achieving success. This year, we are honored to induct 18 seniors into the Fraternity of Thirteen, a prestigious recognition for students who have been attending South Shore Charter since kindergarten. As we approach graduation, we eagerly anticipate the bright futures that await this exceptional group of students. We are excited to celebrate and honor the Class of 2023 at their upcoming Commencement on Friday, June 2, 2023

Service remains an important component of our school’s mission. As we build back to what once was, the focus on doing for others has remained constant. On Saturday we had a wonderful group of students and family members join volunteers from Kohls to conduct a spring clean up. The rain held off allowing students to rake, plant flowers, and work in the organic gardens for a fantastic day of community service. Special thanks to Wayne Heuer, Facilities Manager, and Melissa Freitas, Kindergarten Teacher, for organizing the event and Parents Association volunteer Elizabeth Sweeney and Andrea Poudrier for all of their assistance.

Literacy Night at SSCPS was held on Thursday, May 4th, for our K-4 students and families. We experienced a record turnout with over 101 students and their families. This year we received a $1,000 grant from KPMG Boston to purchase books for our students through First Book. We extend our appreciation to the Falokun family for their efforts in applying for the grant on behalf of SSCPS. This kindness has offered a tremendous learning opportunity for our students. Each student received a copy of Library Lion by Michelle Knudsen. I would also like to thank Angie Pepin, K-12 Principal, and Kristen Gale, Literacy Coach/Reading Teacher, for organizing a wonderful evening celebrating children’s literature.


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