What is the TATERTHON?

Watch this video from the SHS NEED Team to find out:



2016 Taterthon Winners!
The 2016 Taterthon winning school was Washington Oak Elementary School from Coventry. Individual winners were from North Scituate Elementary, Tiogue Elementary School, Washington Oak Elementary School, and Hopkins Hill Elementary School. Below are photos from some of our winning entries.




We are getting ready for Taterthon 2017. Click on "How to Participate" above to sign up to receive a kit for this year's growing season. Kit's are free but must be requested through the website and picked up from Scituate High School. Limited supplies available, so sign up to reserve yours today! Teachers can request for a whole class or grade level, but are encouraged to work on a strategy for parent engagement.



Taterthon info from previous years:

What is Taterthon version 2.0, 2016:


2015 Taterthon Winners Announced!

Students from Tiogue School in Coventry were honored recently for their efforts in the 2015 Taterthon. Their Teacher, Dr. Donna Raptakis, lead the effort and hosted a special harvest day in her classroom where those students that elected to grow their potatoes in containers were able to unveil their results right in the classroom! Students who created exemplary scientific notebooks documenting their experiences were also honored. In recognition of their collective effort, the class was awarded a gift certificate from C&A Landscaping of Coventry for materials for their school garden or outdoor classroom. Students from several other Rhode Island schools also participated in the first Taterthon, including Western Coventry Elementary, North Scituate Elementary, and the Paul Cuffee School.

"What is Taterthon" version 1.0, 2015: