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Good morning Enfield High School Students and Families,
I miss all of our students’ smiling faces! With the Governor’s announcement yesterday that school will be closed at least until April 20th, I’m sure you have many questions. While we can’t predict the future, my goal is to give you updates as frequently as possible so that you can stay informed.
First, to our seniors, I know you are all very concerned about senior activities like class night, prom, and graduation. While we cannot predict the future, there are currently no changes to senior activities. If the crisis continues, and school is closed longer, we will consider every possible way to carry out senior activities. Unfortunately, at this time, it is too early to make any decisions. My heart goes out to all our seniors wondering what the future holds, but I plan to stay positive.
Regarding what you will be required to do for school in the coming week, I want to provide some clarity. First as I mentioned in my last email. All students have to complete all 4 packets with the exception of seniors (who may be excused from the Science and Social Studies packets only). What does this mean?
For example: 10th Grade student Jane Doe with no Social Studies class, email Social Studies packet to: firstname.lastname@example.org. See below for coordinator email addresses:
These packets should be submitted electronically to your teacher by April 3rd (next Friday), and our recommended method for submission is to use the camera function on your iPad to scan into a OneDrive folder. For instructions, you can visit our website: https://enfieldhigh.sharpschool.com/ed_tech/how_to_scan_documents. If you have issues with submitting your packet electronically, contact your teacher for help. As a backup, you can always email images of your packet to your teacher.
There is also a scan feature in the Notes app that some find to be very easy to use. All packets can be found on our district website: http://www.enfieldschools.org/for_students/special_resources.
For those of you taking AP courses, College Board is providing opportunities for students to take online exams. They have adjusted the test so that it is shorter and only tests concepts from the first 75% of course material. They are also providing free resources such as AP review classes delivered by AP teachers across the country. For more information, reach out to your AP teacher or consult the College Board website: https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/coronavirus-updates.
You may have also heard that the CT SAT School day has been cancelled for the 2019-2020 school year. According to the CT State Dept. of Education, they are working with College Board to offer interested grade 11 students an opportunity to take the SAT on a weekend administration at no cost. They have promised to share more details as they are available, and we will keep you updated. Other standardized assessments like the NGSS Science assessment have also been postponed or cancelled.
Additionally, in the robocall sent yesterday, I shared that EHS staff are calling all students over the next few days to check-in and see whether you are able to access online learning materials. We hope to speak with all of you or your parents over the next week or so. Also, some of you have asked about getting into the building. Unfortunately, no one is allowed access to the building at this time. I recognize some students may have items in the building and we will let you know as soon as the building is open for you to retrieve materials.
Our team is taking into account the suggestions and feedback you provided on the survey I shared with you my last email. For example, we are encouraging teachers to send you a weekly email on Mondays to help you plan for the week. I will be sharing information on the next round of distance learning with you in the next few days. Thank you for your patience and stay tuned!
Enfield High School
P.S. If you did not get a chance to fill our distance learning survey, you can access it here: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=1T-LCDuI3EC0hDWAWYitT8F9H50FWMxMkukYUZ-Tt8VUOTJGOE4zNDg2VkxSRUs4RTE4Q0pUNVhENS4u
Enfield High School: Click the button below for our school's Staff contact information. Please stay in touch during our closures. Staff is available remotely every regularly scheduled school day from 9:00AM to 3:00PM. Thank you.
enfieldpto wants you to share your #EPShasSpirit bells! Join your neighbors in bell-ringing from 8:00PM to 8:02PM each night until further notice. Neighbors, Classmates, Students, Families and EPS Staff want to hear from you! Please see the Mayor's proclamation below! Click here for the Facebook Event Page!
Proclamation for the Town of Enfield-Ringing of the Bells
PROCLAMATION AND ORDER FOR THE TOWN OF ENFIELD, CONNECTICUT
WHEREAS, on March 10, 2020, the Governor of the State of Connecticut declared a public health emergency and civil preparedness emergency for the State of Connecticut; and
WHEREAS, on March 13, 2020, the President of the United States declared a national emergency to combat the coronavirus that is currently infecting the population of the United States; and
WHEREAS, on March 12, 2020 the Town Manager of Enfield declared a civil preparedness emergency as a result of the clear and present risk to the public health posed by the rapid proliferation of COVID-19; and
WHEREAS, in response to the issuance of these declarations and the closing of schools, senior centers, libraries and other places of social interaction, the population is maintaining a reasonable social distance from one another and is generally confining itself to its homes.
NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY PROCLAIMED AND ORDERED, that during the existence of said emergency all citizens of Enfield shall, between the hour of 8:00 pm and 8:02 pm, joyously sound a bell, chime, cymbal, carillon, gong, ringer, tocsin, or similar device as a symbol of the community of our citizens and a reminder to all that although the community may be physically separated our citizens remain united in their support for one another and dedicated to overcoming the present peril; and
IT IS FURTHER PROCLAIMED AND ORDERED, that all houses of worship, if so equipped, shall sound their bells at the same time and that any local regulation, law or ordinance relating to unreasonable noise or disturbance shall be null and void and be deemed to have been waived and therefore unenforceable between the hours of 8:00 pm and 8:02 pm for as long as said emergency exists.
Mayor Mike Ludwick
Apr 1 - EHS Lamplighters Presents The Wizard of Oz (7P)
Apr 2 - EHS Lamplighters Presents The Wizard of Oz (2P)
EHS Lamplighters Presents The Wizard of Oz (7P)
Apr 10 - No School
Apr 13 - Apr 17 - Spring Vacation (No School)
Apr 29 - Early Release Day
Apr 19 - EHS Equity Team Meeting (2:15P)
May 4 - May 22 - Senior Dues Collected ($31)
May 4 - 8 - Teacher Appreciation Week
May 25 - No School
May 27 - Early Release Day
May 29 - Senior Prom at Maneeley's
June 1 - Senior Class Picnic at High Meadow
June 5 - Senior Class Night at Twin Hills Country Club
June 6 - Junior Prom at Maneeley's (6P-10P)
June 15 - Early Release Day
June 16 - Early Release Day
June 16 - Last Day (Scheduled)
June 17 - EHS Graduation
G12 - Class of 2020 Safe Grad Facebook Page: Link Coming Soon
G12 - Class of 2020 Facebook Page: Link Coming Soon
G11 - Class of 2021 "Safe Grad" Facebook Page: Link Coming Soon
G10 - Class of 2022 "Safe Grad" Facebook Page: Link Coming Soon
G9 - Class of 2023 "Safe Grad" Facebook Page: Link Coming Soon
G9 - Class of 2023 Facebook Page: Link Coming Soon
You can watch select EHS games here: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/enfield-high-school-enfield-ct
Mrs. Morrison (860) 253-5553
Students (A - Cec) 9th - 12th
Mrs. Aselton (860) 763-8824
Students (Ced - For) 9th - 12th
Ms. Bourgoin (860) 763-8826
Students (Fos - Lag) 9th - 12th
Mr. Carlson (860) 763-8825
Students (Lah - Nem) 9th - 12th
Mr. Genovese (860) 253-5321
Students (Nen - Sem) 9th - 12th
Mrs. Harrington (860) 253-5552
Students (Sen - Z) 9th - 12th
Guidance Office Staff:
Sandra Ingalls 860-253-5551
K-12 Guidance Dept. Coordinator
Joanne Lowe 860-253-5172
Kari Monteforte 860-763-8821
Lorraine Rabinovitz 860-253-6595
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