Summer Sun Safety

With school ending and the summer solstice quickly approaching, the sun rays are secretly getting stronger. With the sun beating down, ultraviolet (UV) rays make their way into your skin without keeping your skin properly protected. UV rays are the #1 cause of skin cancer in the world. Thanks to the sun, we absorb plenty […]

New Languages

New languages will be taught next year at Charter, as opposed to simply just Spanish and a college French course. Katie will be teaching Gobbledygook (also known as gibberish) for freshmen to juniors. For seniors, Katie is offering AP Gobbledygook. Gobbledygook originates from the United States in the 1940s. It comes from an imitation of […]

Alumni Interview

2007 Charter graduate Jane Sullivan, teaches in Level III. She had Ms. Campbell and Marianne as teachers along with Mary Carter as her guidance counselor in high school. She attended Providence College for her undergraduate degree, and went to Boston University for her masters. She says that Charter prepared her well in the area of […]

Recognition at Graduation

Graduation is quickly approaching, with only three months left until the big day. With 49 students graduating this year, some are wondering if they will have a chance to be recognized at graduation in June 2018. After speaking with Principal Angie Pepin, she said that all current senior students in National Honors Society (NHS) and […]

Alumni Interview

Freshman and junior English teacher and theater extraordinaire Debra Greene graduated from Charter in 2006, and is continuing her third year teaching here. She attended Brandeis University and graduated in 2010. Although Charter did not have any honors or AP classes when she attended school here, she felt like one of the ways that she […]

Enrollment Lottery

With February around the corner, Charter begins the enrollment process for next school year. On the Admissions page of the website, it states that “South Shore Charter Public School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed or religion, sex, gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age, ancestry, […]

Alumni Interview

Stacy Tchouanguem graduated in 2012, and now she’s back at Charter teaching science for grades five through eight. She attended UMass Amherst and believes that Charter prepared her well for college by exposing her to the fact that people were different, “Everyone I went to school with at Charter was distinct to themselves. My senior […]

New Year’s Resolution

Happy (almost) 2018! With the new year, it’s a “new” you! If you’re planning on developing a revolution, here’s how to stick with it: You don’t Just give up But in all seriousness, here are a few actual ways to stick to your New Year’s resolution! Know what you want and be able to set […]