We Can, We Will, We are Shea High!  


Announcements

  • SHEA Represented
    Shea representing at the Red Ribbon Rally at the State House!

     

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  • GET INVOLVED!!

Pawtucket Arts Festival

  • Metamorphosis Dance Group

    This year, Shea's Fashion Show models had the opportunity to perform at the Pawtucket Arts Festival along with  Pawtucket’s Metamorphosis Dance Group. 

    They were honored to be part of this and in being able to showcase Pawtucket youth through art. It was an amazing opportunity for our models, where they were able to strengthen their confidence from this experience. Way to Go!



Attention Shea Alum!

  • Attention All Shea Alumni!

     

    We are trying to connect with graduates of Shea High School. 

    Please click the link below to take our survey if you are a Shea Raider. 

    Also, please share this link with anyone you know who is a graduate of our school. 


Ms. Mallory Moniz, College Advisor

  • The College Advisor

    Mallory Moniz, the College Planning Advisor for the 2017-18 school year,  is ready to help our students in many ways!  See her for help with any of the following:

    College applications
    Completing the FAFSA
    SAT/ACT Registration
    College essays
    Scholarships
    Career Planning
    College tours

    Overnight programs



Welcome

Shea High School is located in the heart of Pawtucket, RI, and it is a true picture of America today, with over 52 countries represented and over 25 different languages spoken.  We are a very proud community that supports, encourages and loves all our students and works together to set them on a course for success. 

  
THANK YOU FOR VISITING OUR SCHOOL WEB PAGE


Announcements

  • Greetings from Michelle Obama!

    Congratulations to our very own Destiny Monteiro...Shout out from Michelle Obama on Social Media!!

Paula Seymour, RN

  • Welcome to the Nurse's Office

     

     

     

     

     

        


    #HandwashingHeroes Social Media Campaign

    Join CDC’s #HandwashingHeroes social media campaign [links.govdelivery.com] to spread the word about the importance of handwashing with soap. You can participate in 3 easy steps:

    Wash your hands with soap and water.

    Have someone snap a photo or video of you showing your clean hands—better yet, make it a group photo with others!

    Post it to Instagram, Twitter or Facebook using the hashtag #HandwashingHeroes.

    You might even see your message reposted by CDC or posted on our social wall!

    For more information about handwashing and how clean hands save lives, visit www.cdc.gov/handwashing [links.govdelivery.com]


     

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    Is It a Cold or an Allergy?

    Symptoms

    Cold

    Airborne Allergy

    Cough

    Common

    Sometimes

    General Aches, Pains

    Slight

    Never

    Fatigue, Weakness

    Sometimes

    Sometimes

    Itchy Eyes

    Rare or Never

    Common

    Sneezing

    Usual

    Usual

    Sore Throat

    Common

    Sometimes

    Runny Nose

    Common

    Common

    Stuffy Nose

    Common

    Common

    Fever

    Rare

    Never

    Duration

    3 to 14 days

    Weeks (for example,

    6 weeks for ragweed or grass pollen seasons)

    Treatment

    • Antihistamines

    • Decongestants

    • Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medicines

    • Antihistamines

    • Nasal steroids

    • Decongestants

    Prevention

    • Wash your hands often with soap and water

    • Avoid close contact with anyone with a cold

    • Avoid those things that you are allergic to,

    • such as pollen, house dust mites,

    • mold, pet dander, cockroaches

    Complications

    • Sinus infection

    • Middle ear infection

    • Asthma exacerbation

    • Sinus infection

    • Asthma exacerbation

    Source: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases


     

     

Announcements

  • Providence Street Painting

     Four of our Shea students participated on Saturday, October 20 in the Providence Street Painting Day.  

    They were Aline daCruz Silva, Prestine Quaye, Madelin Rosario, and Isaac Lopez. 

    This was the first year that Shea participated along with 40 other high schools! 

    Congrats to our talented students!

Attention Students:

  • THANK YOU HASBRO and the RI Foundation


    Here is a sneak peak of the new Shea Studio & Creative Space which was made possible through a Rhode Island Foundation Community Grant, the generosity of our own Shea Alumni, and Hasbro! We are so excited for what this space will mean for our students and the Shea community!  Thank you to Hasbro for designing our new space!!






     


Project Open Door

  • RISD POD Program- Shea Participants
      

     

     

    Shea High School

    2018-19 RISD POD Participants--Saturdays 9:00am-12:00pm


    Project Open Door (POD) is a college access initiative for urban youth housed in the Rhode Island School of Design’s (RISD’s) Department of Teaching + Learning in Art + Design (TLAD). It draws creative teens attending public public and charter high schools in Rhode Island’s urban core cities of Central Falls, Pawtucket, Providence and Woonsocket to participate in free out-of-school time art and design programming.


    Student Name

    Grade

    Beginning Date

    Favorite Art For

    Jeire Cortez

    11

    9/ 2018

    Drawing

    Charlise Kollie

    10

    7/ 2018

    Graphic Design

    Maria Londono

    11

    9/ 2018

    Painting

    Isaac Lopez

    12

    9/ 2018

    Photography

    Aisha Sanneh

    11

    9/16 to 5/17 & 9/2018

    Drawing

    Lukaz Seng

    10

    9/2018

    Photography

    Emily Tavares

    12

    9/2018

    Drawing


    Selection process for the RISD POD--students must:

    • Be attending a Rhode Island, inner-city high school

    • Submit their original artwork

    • Have a letter of recommendation from an art teacher

    • Be interviewed by the director of RISD POD

    • Attend Saturday morning classes from 9:00am to 12:00pm weekly.

    • Commit to the program for at least one year.

    Goals of the POD Program

    1. To encourage teens to graduate from high school.

    2. To provide under-served teens attending Rhode Island urban public and charter high schools with opportunities to develop their artistic skills.

    3. To help prepare teens to enroll in post-secondary education by offering guidance on college selection and preparation of college applications, especially portfolio preparation for art and design college programs.

    4. To provide RISD MA & MAT students an authentic learning site that serves as a foundation for professional practices that will engage in social justice and community arts endeavors.

    5. To provide RISD students, faculty, staff and alumni a platform for community engagement.


    Project Open Door, Rhode Island School of Design, 2 College St. Providence, Rhode Island 02903, 401.277.4826, [email protected] Studio: 355 South Water Street, Providence, 02903

    Shea High School

    2018-19 RISD POD/Art Club Participants--Wednesday 2:30-5:00pm



    Student Name

    Grade

    Beginning Date


    Jeire Cortez

    11

    9a/ 2018


    Maria Londono

    11

    9/ 2017


    Isaac Lopez

    12

    9/ 2018


    Pristine Quaye

    9

    9/ 2018


    Alexander Restrepo

    11

    9/ 2018


    Anayza Rodrigues

    11

    9/ 2018


    Aisha Sanneh

    11

    9/ 2017


    Lukaz Seng

    10

    9/2018


    Aline Silva DaCruz

    10

    9/2017


    Marline Rosario Abreu

    10

    9/2018




Shea High School Sports

  • SHEA SPORTS CORNER

    Upcoming Sports Events:

     



    Want info on upcoming games, practices, and results for all Shea sports?  

    Click the dancing Raiders below to get all the info you need.

    GO SHEA RAIDERS!!!!!!


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RESPECT!

  • Shea's No Bully Statement

    Everyone Respects and Encourages Everyone, Everybody, Everyday

Program of Studies

Shea High School Program of Studies

Please view the attached document to find the 2018-19 Shea High School Program of Studies.  The purpose of the Program of Studies is to  make sure that our students have a clear understanding of all course offerings and a thorough description of what each course will cover, as well as prerequisites for courses.  It is very important that our students and parents review the program of studies to make the right decisions for their individual path of study.  Please take a moment to review this document. 

Shea High School Program of Studies 2018-19

Step by Step Process for Student Scheduling in Skyward


Announcements

  • BE IN THE KNOW!

    The Shea High School Library has it's own website. Log in today!!

    Click the book below to visit "BE IN THE KNOW!"

Announcements

  • Senior Picnic, Class of 2019!

    Class of 2019 Senior Picnic was a success! BBQ,

     Impromptu football game and a class ride on the carousel!

Mission Statement

We are a diverse community determined to achieve our goals and realize our dreams through a commitment to learning, perseverance, teamwork, and respect.


Announcements

  • SPIRIT WEEK 2018- Fun Had By All!