Salem Community Patriot 2 - June 24, 2011
SALEM ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE
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SARL is looking to expand it’s dedicated group of volunteers. If you have any time available, we need assistance with animal care, fundraising events, clerical work, etc. Please visit www.sarl-nh.org
to learn more about available opportunities, or call 603-893-3210.
School for Continuing Education Holds Commencement Ceremony
by Robyn Hatch The School for Continuing Education Commencement at Salem High School took place on June 14. The ceremony started out with the processional with “Pomp and Circumstance,” then greetings by Bryan Larson and the Pledge of Allegiance. The guest speaker was Christine A. Gutierrez, who explained to the remaining students the real importance of getting a real education, complete with a diploma. Maura Palmer, the Principal of Salem High School, gave her address, followed by the presentation of diplomas by Peter Morgan, Bryan Larson, and Karen Crandell. Michael Delahanty, Superintendent, Salem School District, followed with closing remarks and the presentation of graduates. Finally, the recessional to National Emblem followed, with handshakes and much fanfare.
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St. Joseph’s School Expands on STEM Superintendent Michael Delahanty congratulates a graduate
Genell Marie Gorman Shaylyn I. Perella Felicia M. Beauregard Christine A. Gutierrez Cameron J. Perreault Emily R. Bergeron Theodore Y. Harb Mario X. Portela Joseph J. Berthold Kristin E. Hatch Mark J. Raad Mathew M. Blackington Christopher Matthew Honnor Daniel Robbins Christopher J. Bouchard Joshua Houde Brien J. Rondeau Stephanie A. Caceres Christopher A. Hubbard Kristina M. Saif Abigail Rose Campos
submitted by St. Joseph’s Regional Catholic School Today’s students are tomorrow’s work force. To meet the challenges of the future work place, the U.S. Department of Education and the National Science Foundation recommend schools expand their STEM curriculum. STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education. However, most students have to wait until High School to be introduced to their first computer science class. Not true for students at St. Joseph’s Regional Catholic School in Salem. There, starting in fourth grade, students have the opportunity to learn about software and hardware programming through computer animation and robotics programming. The programs were developed by MIT and Carnegie Mellon Universities. Results have been immediate, with students understanding how mathematical Pi has real
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world application. They have also learned about the intricacies involved in animation for film, games, and electronic greeting cards. Parents happily report their students are eager to learn more and are beginning to define college and career goals. Students have also incorporated these new skills into school research projects for presentations in Science and other courses. Technology teacher, Sis Allen Bergeron, who started these programs, notes that the programs foster creativity, self esteem and friendly collaboration among all the students involved. Together, these results plus STEM provide St. Joseph students with important life-long skills, and the ability to meet STEM curriculum goals. Based on the success of this year’s Robotics Club, and with the help of parent volunteers and corporate sponsors, St, Joseph’s hopes to send as many as two teams to next year’s FIRST Lego Robotic Competition.
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