2017-18 School Calendar
Next year's school calendar is available HERE
A FEW SPOTS REMAIN for TRIP TO MANNHEIM, GERMANY
As part of our ongoing efforts to foster an exchange program with German high school students who visited Sturgis earlier this year, a trip is being organized to travel to Mannheim, Germany during Spring Break 2018 (April 13-22). Students will stay with a host family and attend German high school classes, as well as visit local attractions. This trip is currently being offered to this year's freshmen at East and West. The cost is $2,390, including airfare and other travel fees. Videos from the hour-long parent information meeting held at Sturgis in January are available online. For more information contact the trip leader, Mr. Jeff Hyer, who has taught history at Sturgis since 2004.
HOST FAMILIES NEEDED FOR OCT. 2017
We are also seeking parents volunteers to host the German students who will arrive in October 2017. For more information contact the trip leader, Mr. Jeff Hyer.
A Roman Holiday - Sturgis style!
Mary Albis provided a group shot of the Sturgis 2017 Italy & Greece Trip: The Ancient Mediterranean taken in front of the Roman Forum.
Stage East and West
Stage East and West will be taking their productions of We Might Be Heroes and A Wrinkle in Time to the Massachusetts Educational Theare Guild (METG) on March 4th! At METG, students will perform their plays at Bourne High School along with several other schools. Each production will be adjudicated by a panel of judges, and some will be asked to move on to Semifinals. This year, Sturgis East's junior Thea Goldman submitted and won the Festival Logo Contest! take a look at her submission, pictured here!
Music Festival News
Congratulations to Hannah Allen, Cecelia Kane, David Girardin, Kaden Rogers, Zachary Raye, Rose Blackwell, and Fiona Fahd-Waygen who participated in the All-Cape Music Festival February 2-4. It was great to see Sturgis students represented in all of the groups: band, orchestra & both choruses!
David Girardin and Ian Morris were accepted to the Southeast District Music Festival this year. They rehearsed diligently on Friday, January 6th but sadly the concert was snowed out and rescheduled for January 29th at UMass Dartmouth where David Girardin performed. Though Ian Morris couldn't make the rescheduled concert, he did audition successfully for the All-State Music Festival and will be performing in Boston March 9-11.
Way to go Sturgis musicians!