Viking Theater Company production Dec. 5-7!

The Viking Theater Company will perform this weekend.

The Viking Theater Company will perform this weekend.

Under the direction of Don Bliss and the management of Danielle Miceli, Wareham High School’s Viking Theater Company presents its comedic production, “The Good Doctor,” by Neil Simon.

Experience a struggling writer’s attempt at writing several hit productions. His attempts include the stories of a star-crazed theater-goer sneezing directly on his idol in “The Sneeze,” starring G Allen Perry, Kelsey Jackson, Letitia Bottino, Dylan Herron and Kayley McManus; a man who charges people to watch him drown himself in “The Drowned Man,” starring Dylan Herron, Samantha King, and Abby Wood; a bank-owner with gout struggling with a lunatic with a doctor’s certificate in “The Defenseless Creature,” starring Tyrone Cabral, Mikaylee McEwan, and Jamie McCann, as well as many other scenes that will make you laugh so hard, you’ll want to keep coming back for more — which is good because there will be three performances.

Performances are this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, December 5-7, at 7 p.m. in the Wareham High School auditorium. House opening is at 6:30 p.m. General admission is $12. Students in grades K-12 pay $10, and children ages 6 and under and active-duty military personnel attend free-of-charge.

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Wareham High hosts 8th-grade orientation

Wareham High School will host an 8th grade freshman orientation/ice cream social on Thursday, online December 12, viagra at 7 p.m. in the high school library.

A tour of the school and information about course offerings and extra-curricular opportunities will be part of the presentation.

All 8th-grade parents and students who reside in Wareham are encouraged to attend.

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Tigers qualify for Pop Warner Super Bowl in Disney World

These Tigers have qualified for the Pop Warner Super Bowl!

These Tigers have qualified for the Pop Warner Super Bowl!

The Wareham Tigers Jr. Midget team has qualified for Pop Warner Nationals in Walt Disney World!

Many of our students have worked very hard for this! The team is raising money so the players can take the trip.

Wareham Middle School will host Tigers Spirit Day on Wednesday. Students are encouraged to donate $1 to the team, viagra find if possible, cure and wear Tigers colors.

The first round of the Super Bowl is this Saturday, sovaldi sale December 7. For more information, click below! Congratulations, Tigers!

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Wareham High delivers food to Damien’s Place pantry

The Code Club students with Principal Scott Palladino and Advisor Pam Franklin after delivering the food.

The Code Club students with Principal Scott Palladino and Advisor Pam Franklin after delivering the food.

Wareham High School’s Code Club delivered more than 1,500 nonperishable food items to Damien’s Place food pantry in East Wareham on Tuesday, November 26, following the club’s annual joint food drive with the 99 Restaurant.

Almost all of the community-service club’s 25 students helped load Principal Scott Palladino’s truck at the school’s loading dock with the 1,300 items the high school collected during the November drive.

The students, Code Club Advisor Pam Franklin, and Principal Palladino traveled to the 99 Restaurant to pick up the 200 items its employees rounded up.

With Palladino’s truck full, the group made its way to Damien’s Place for the delivery – just in time for Thanksgiving.

Damien’s Place workers thanked the school profusely for its help.

Check out this video and slideshow of the delivery!

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JROTC helps Community Resources Network with Thanksgiving meals

JROTC students with Sgt. 1st Class Sherri Hudson

JROTC students with Sgt. 1st Class Sherri Hudson at the First Congregational Church.

On Tuesday, viagra sale November 26, pharm members of Wareham High School’s JROTC program assisted the Community Resources Network with getting boxes of Thanksgiving meals to the families who need them.

As community members arrived at the First Congregational Church on Gibbs Avenue to pick up their items, remedy JROTC students gathered the appropriate boxes and delivered them to the recipients’ cars.

The Community Resources Network fills hundreds of boxes with all the necessities for Thanksgiving meals each year. The JROTC has assisted the organization with the delivery process for six years.

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Wareham High team runs, raises $1,545 for Best Buddies

Chris Santiago, his dad Peter Santiago, Chapter President Shayna Santiago, Emily Chambers, Caitlyn Berger, Emily Bacchiocchi, Paige Fehskens, Makayla Pinkston, Chris Gardner (teacher), Megan Kashner (teacher/advisor), Nicole Kashner, Paige Vespa (WHS alum), and Ms. Kelly Kimball (teacher/advisor).

Chris Santiago, his dad Peter Santiago, Chapter President Shayna Santiago, Emily Chambers, Caitlyn Berger, Emily Bacchiocchi, Paige Fehskens, Makayla Pinkston, Chris Gardner (teacher), Megan Kashner (teacher/advisor), Nicole Kashner, Paige Vespa (WHS alum), and Ms. Kelly Kimball (teacher/advisor).

The Wareham High School Best Buddies team participated in the organization’s Milton 5K Gobbler on Saturday, November 23, and raised $1,545 for the nonprofit.

Best Buddies works to create opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Wareham High’s group was recognized as the second highest fundraising high school team. The team will be recognized at Best Buddies’ annual winter formal.

The Wareham High School team has been participating in the Gobbler for the past three years, and has doubled its participation in each subsequent year.

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Wareham High gets news desk from WCTV, Morse Lumber

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Jim Bruce of Morse Lumber, Christian Fernandes of WCTV, Wareham High School’s Tom Tricker and Principal Scott Palladino with student John Brand, who hosts the school’s morning show.

Wareham Community Television and Morse Lumber presented Wareham High School students with a brand new news desk on Wednesday, November 20.

WCTV Education Coordinator Christian Fernandes, who assists with instruction at Wareham High, designed the desk for the students to use during their weekly news show. The materials for the desk and labor for its construction were donated by Morse Lumber.

The former news desk was simply an old table, which wasn’t conducive to interviewing news show guests, noted Fernandes.

The students were grateful for the gift.

“If I see anybody’s butt on this,” joked student John Brand, one of the hosts of the weekly show, as he gestured to the door, “you’re going to end up out there!”

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Foundation gives nearly $5,000 to Wareham teachers

The Foundation for Wareham Education awarded nearly $5,000 in grants to teachers on Tuesday, November 19.

The Foundation for Wareham Education awarded nearly $5,000 in grants to teachers on Tuesday, November 19.

The Foundation for Wareham Education gifted nearly $5,000 to Wareham teachers during its annual Toast the Teachers event on Tuesday, November 19, held at Ella’s Wood Burning Oven Restaurant in East Wareham.

The nonprofit was created to assist teachers and students in Wareham Public Schools by enriching and advancing curriculum offerings and providing materials beyond which the local budget allows.

Tuesday’s awards funded literacy programs, a wireless weather station, the Wareham High School’s Viking Times newspaper, a chicken coop for the Wareham Cooperative School, and field trips to the Museum of Science in Boston and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

Wareham Public Schools thanks the Foundation and its generous donors for helping to create great experiences for our students.

For more information about the Foundation, visit www.foundationforwarehameducation.org.

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Wareham Ford presents DECA with $6,000 check

sildenafil doctor troche decease center, capsule pills presents DECA advisor Cindy Sylvia with a check for $6,000. Right: Principal Scott Palladino, Jeff Lees of Wareham Ford, and parent Joyce Bacchiocchi.” src=”http://warehamps.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/decaCheck-1024×681.jpg” width=”614″ height=”409″ /> Craig Barrett of Wareham Ford, center, presents DECA advisor Cindy Sylvia with a check for $6,000. Right: Principal Scott Palladino, Jeff Lees of Wareham Ford, and parent Joyce Bacchiocchi.

Wareham Ford presented a check totaling $6,000 to the Wareham High School DECA team on Tuesday, November 19.

The money was generated during the Drive 4 UR School program in September, during which 300 members of the community test drove Ford vehicles in an effort to raise money for DECA and other Wareham High clubs.

For every person who took a new Ford vehicle for a ride, Ford donated $20. The $6,000 total — the max donation for the program — was raised well before the six-hour event was complete.

“It was a great partnership,” said Wareham High School teacher and DECA advisor Cindy Sylvia. “It was a great day.”

Drive 4 UR School is a collaboration of the Ford Motor Company and Wareham Ford.

DECA, which stands for “Distributive Education Clubs of America,” helps students gain marketing knowledge and skills needed to build a strong business background. Wareham High has sent students to DECA competitions regionally and throughout the country. Fundraising helps the students pay for transportation and other necessities.

Sylvia thanked parent volunteer Joyce Bacchiocchi for helping her organize the event. She also thanked Ford, the students, and the community for making the event a success.

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