LOOKING BACK … MARC-ANDY MEXIL, ‘19

LOOKING BACK … MARC-ANDY MEXIL, ‘19

He is the definition of the “well-rounded” student. Brockton’s Marc-Andy Mexil is a stand-out soccer player, a “drama bee”, a track star and a Peer Minister. This mix makes him a true blue and gold Bishop. Marc-Andy shares that he “may not be sure what I want to be yet but I know that come the time I have to make that decision I will be aptly prepared to make the right one for me.”

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A SPANISH EXCHANGE

A SPANISH EXCHANGE

It’s a wonderful opportunity; it’s an unique opportunity. It is our annual Spanish Student Exchange program that arrives each spring. Moderated by Spanish teacher Mrs. Joanne  Adams, come April our Bishops are packing bags to spend a week with a Spanish family and experiencing the beauty and culture of Spain close up. Students are paired with students that attend the Colegio San Jose’ de Cluny in the town of Pozuelo de Alarcon.

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CONGRATULATIONS ESTUDIANTES!

CONGRATULATIONS ESTUDIANTES!

The results are in for National Spanish Exam, and once again our students have earned medal and honorable mention recognitions. Language Department Chair Mrs. Beverly Ekstrom explains the purpose of the testing is to “assess listening, vocabulary, grammatical structures and reading comprehension. It enables the individual student to better know their abilities and strengths in language acquisition.”

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SPACE TOMATOES ??

SPACE TOMATOES ??

Yes! “Space Tomatoes” is how teacher Jack Buckley and librarian Joanna Sands refer to their special collaboration with the Cushing Centers School this spring. The Cushing Center services Special Needs students and has long been a good neighbor to Archbishop Williams High School. Over the years, in lots of different initiatives, our Bishops and Cushing students have joined hands and hearts enriching each others lives.

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SHAKESPEARE IS IN THE HOUSE!

SHAKESPEARE IS IN THE HOUSE!

It was a collaborative effort between English Department teachers, Mrs. Jamie Adams and Mrs. Marie Farina to bring Shakespeare, in all his glory, to Archbishop Williams High School. Students were treated to a full length production of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM. Department Chair Mrs. Adams was “thrilled that we were able to provide students with access to live theater through the New England Repertory Theatre’s production. The company did a wonderful job conveying both the comedy of Shakespeare and the beauty of his language.”

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MS. CONSILVIO - CERTIFIED CLINICAL TRAUMA COUNSELOR

MS. CONSILVIO  - CERTIFIED CLINICAL TRAUMA COUNSELOR

Ms. Jessica Consilvio, our AWHS Adjustment Counselor, is grateful and appreciative that she can now add to her resume of certifications Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. Jess has been working toward this certification as part of her Masters work. With her attendance and participation in two day training, she is now waiting for her paperwork to be stamped by the International Association of Trauma Professionals.

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