Southern School Notebook: Aug. 28

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Freshman open house at SPHS

SOUTH PORTLAND — South Portland High School is hosting an open house for students transitioning into ninth grade on Monday, Aug. 31 at 6 p.m.

Parents and students are invited to receive locker information, meet current high school students and participate in tours and informative sessions.

At 6 p.m., locker information will be given at the lower cafeteria, followed by an assembly in the auditorium at 6:15 p.m.. At 6:45 p.m., Red Riot Ambassadors will be hosting tours, with discussion and information sessions continuing at the lower cafeteria.

USM recognizes
scholarship students

PORTLAND — Residents of Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough and South Portland were among the University of Southern Maine students who received scholarships for the 2009-2010 academic year.

Ashley LaRose of Cape Elizabeth was awarded the William G. McGowen Scholarship and the Portland Junior College Scholarship.

Michele Savage of Scarborough was awarded the Dean John Bay Scholarship.

Courtney Babbidge of South Portland was awarded the Chris Alice Community Service Scholarship.

CEHS class of 1979
holding 30th reunion

CAPE ELIZABETH — The Cape Elizabeth High School class of 1979 will be holding its 30-year reunion on Sept. 19 from 7 p.m.-1 a.m.

The reunion will include food, music and dancing at Camp Ketcha in Scarborough. For more information, contact Betsy Johnson at ejaycomm@maine.rr.com or 871-7115.

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sopo donation.JPGIn celebration of its 25-year reunion, the South Portland High School class of 1984 made an in memoriam donation to South Portland Project Scholarship. Representing the class of 1984, Lisa Henderson, shown above, left, and LeRay Pepper,
right, present the check to Ralph Cabana, center, South Portland Project
Scholarship co-chairman. SPPS provides financial assistance for
post-secondary education to all SPHS graduates. The donation honored deceased classmates, Ortho Sprague, Steve Bernier, Sue Ann Macomber, Kathleen Chaya, Gregory Richards, Sandra Smith, Corrine Grindle and Donald Gray.

 

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