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“Saugus 4-1-1″

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Students talk about their tour guide experience

  Guided tours of the new Saugus Middle-High School complex turned out to be the highlight of “Saugus 4-1-1,” the three-hour forum held earlier this month (Oct. 15) with a mission to offer Saugus newcomers an orientation to their new hometown. Event organizers and school officials credited a team of 13 student volunteers with helping make the tours more enjoyable and informative for adults who wanted to get their first look at the new school. Taking adults on tours of the new school also provided a learning experience for the students, particularly when they interacted with adults who had graduated from the old Saugus High School.

  “I saw a lot of people who went to the old Saugus High School who were amazed when they saw the new school,” Wiktoria Biegun, a senior class member, said.

  “A lot of parents said they were interested in enrolling their kids in the new school,” she said.

  Fellow senior classmate Matilda Fisher noted, “It was nice to see past generations coming into the new school and seeing how big the Saugus Community really is.”

  Junior Violet Hawley remarked that she got to talk to “a lot of nice people from different graduating classes in the community.”

  “And it was good to see a lot of Sachem pride,” she said.

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