By: Sarah McNamara
The Mashpee Middle High School class of 2018 held senior exhibition night on Monday, April 2. Students displayed posters and gave short presentations describing their senior projects or school-to-career internships.
By Letícia Medeiros
Despite the erratic weather of March, spring is here. And along with it, came the much awaited spring musical.
This Friday, Saturday and Sunday an amazing cast with students from the Quashnet and Mashpee Middle High School will be presenting the musical “The Little Mermaid” in the MMHS auditorium. The first show is Friday (3/23) at 7 PM, and the following are Saturday (3/24) at 2 PM and 7 PM, and Sunday (3/25) at 2 PM. Tickets are available clicking here or at the door, and prices range from $7 to $12 dollars.
This Saturday, March 3rd, is a lucky day for anyone looking to replace their mattresses.
The Mashpee High School Music Department will be hosting a mattress sale to raise funds for their programs. The event will be happening at Mashpee High School, in the cafeteria from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and prices range from $289 to $499. An additional $50 off is also available with the coupon pictured above, which also has more information on the fundraiser.
By Sarah McNamara
Dancing for a Cure Dance Marathon, the senior project of Danielle Shay, was was held on Saturday evening in the gymnasium of Mashpee High School. Blue and pink decorated the gym along with people of all ages dancing for a good cause. Danielle’s projects main goal was to raise money for cancer research.
By Stella Bold
This past Tuesday evening, December 5th, the Mashpee Middle High School cafeteria was transformed into a display of the creative minds that cultivate the school at the annual Art & Music Showcase.
The Art & Music Showcase is a free event held tomorrow from 5 to 6 PM in the MMHS cafeteria, right before the school-wide Program of Studies night.
Student artwork and projects will be featured, as well as student musical performances. The jazz band, high school strings and a cappella group are performing, followed by coffeehouse-style solo and duet acts. A bake sale will be held by the Key Club to raise money for charity.
The Program of Studies will follow from 6 to 8 PM.
By Leticia Medeiros
The Blue Falcon Theatre Company will start December in the spotlight this Friday (12/01), with the first performance of Marisha Chamberlain’s adaptation of “Little Women” at 7 PM in Mashpee Middle High School’s Victoria Vieira Performing Arts Center.
In addition to the first performance on Friday there will be a second show on Sunday (12/03) at 2 PM, in the same location. Both performances will feature student artists, such as Alexia Santos, Sydney Pinhack, Anna Josselyn and Erin Smith who have the lead roles.
By Brooke Bridges
At Mashpee High School’s Annual Scholarship Night, a total of $106,550 was awarded out in merit award and scholarships. A total of 43 seniors won scholarships provided by foundations and groups in the local community.
There were many scholarships given in memory of Mashpee students and community members. Cece Piermattei won the Lauren Mae Fulone Memorial Scholarship, presented by Lauren’s father, John Fulone.
By Daniel Reilly
Broadway is coming to Cape Cod Community College for one weekend only. Residents throughout the Cape have a chance to jump on the nostalgia train for a wild ride from May 12th to May 14th, because Cape Cod Child Development, Inc. (CCCD) is presenting the Tony-Award winning show, "Rock of Ages the Musical."
The production is a fundraiser to benefit CCCD programs throughout the Cape. Some of the proceeds will also be used as financial aid scholarships for children at Cape Cod Conservatory. This musical will feature New York City theatre professionals along with well-known local talent on Cape Cod.