5 Things, February 4: Updated List of College Acceptances for Stoughton High Seniors

Five Things You Need to Know Today: College Acceptances Rolling in for Stoughton High Seniors; Stoughton's 2013 Cooperstown 12-Year-Old Baseball Team Fundraiser at Jake's Wayback Burgers; And More...

"Five Things you Need to Know Today" is a Patch column that provides readers with essential, daily information at a glance.

1. College Acceptances Rolling in for Stoughton High Seniors

Click on the link below to take a look at which colleges members of the Stoughton High Class of 2013 - this year's seniors - have been accepted to so far (as reported to the Stoughton High guidance office).

This is still early in the acceptance process, so many more schools are expected to be added to this list in the coming months.

To date, these colleges and universities have offered the Class of 2013 a total of $2,580,000 in merit scholarships, according to the SHS guidance office.

Class of 2013 College Acceptances (as of 1/31/13)

2. Stoughton's 2013 Cooperstown 12-Year-Old Baseball Team Fundraiser at Jake's Wayback Burgers

Stoughton’s 2013 Cooperstown 12-year-old Baseball Team will receive a portion of the sales from Jake's Wayback Burgers (located at 386 Washington St. at the corner of Washington St. and Central St.) Monday Feb. 4 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

No fundraising flyer is needed.

The team will be holding various events to help fundraise for its trip to Cooperstown, NY this summer.

3. Homework Center at the Library

The Homework Center will be available for students in the Wales French room of the Stoughton Public Library this evening from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m.

4. 3-Point Challenge at Stoughton High Basketball Games

Adding to the excitement of Stoughton High basketball games, Reebok is sponsoring a 3-point challenge at halftime.

This Tuesday when the Stoughton High boys' basketball team takes on Taunton, a lucky fan will have the chance to attempt a NBA-range 3-point shot and win a $25 gift card from Reebok.

Fans will have the chance to purchase tickets for a chance to attempt the shot. Tickets are 2 for $1 and an arms length (about 15) for $5.

The winning ticket will be selected (like a raffle) and the fan will have a chance to hit a shot. If the fan makes it, he or she will win a $25 Reebok gift card. If the fan misses, a new ticket will be drawn and another fan will have a chance to win.

This will continue until either someone has made a shot or the teams come back on the court to warm up for the second half.

If no one has made a shot when the teams come back onto the court, the challenge will carry over until the next game, with the prize increasing to a $50 Reebok gift card. If someone made a shot, the prize will be $25 for the next game.

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