For some reason, I have always known one truth about the universe: Europeans eat yummier food than us Americans do. Time and time again, I long to go to Italy and taste real pizza crafted by true artisans, or journey to France and bite into a crusty baguette.
For almost three decades, math teacher Joe Siciliano has been coaching varsity baseball and junior varsity basketball at this school. This Saturday, Siciliano, nicknamed “Joe Sic,” will be inducted into the Massachusetts Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Siciliano said, “It is very humbling because the people who go in the Hall of Fame are very accomplished.”
Girls’ gymnastics, 2-1, suffered its first loss of the season against Needham on Friday at home 133.65 to 131.1.
From the moment the five-minute warning bell rings at the beginning of a school day until the final stampede out the door, students have a lot on their plate. Ever-mounting piles of homework and a seemingly incessant amount of tests, essays and quizzes keep pupils constantly occupied.
This is principal Jennifer Price’s first installment of her column, The Price Is Right. A new column will be posted once every two weeks. The column will depict Price’s thoughts on the upcoming weeks, as well as her experiences as principal.