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Midterm exams:  

Monday, jan. 23 - Friday, jan. 27

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Message from Mr. Ryan

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Principal’s Message

Dear Students, Parents and Guardians: 

A new year begins with resolutions and goal setting. Our school year is at the midyear point. We have our goals and we are reaching them everyday. So with a new calendar year, staff and students return from vacation rejuvenated and ready for another 90 days.
 
As Midterm Exams approach, classes will move forward with new learning and review first semester topics the week before exams (January 23-27); students should be preparing for exams every day, especially on weekends.
 
Student Learning Expectations will be reviewed with students in January. Core to any successful systemic practice is a shared understanding of language, priority and expectation. These Student Learning Expectations (SLE’s) serve as measure of achievement for students, staff and families. The SLE rubrics provide a collective understanding in the system, process, and products within the NEASC and accreditation at EHHS. Student Learning Expectations will be communicated to parents and families through the semester report card and thoroughly reviewed at Parent Conferences Night on February 9, 2017.
 
Every day your teenager comes home from school, they should have homework: making an assignment better, reviewing the day's lesson, studying for a quiz or rewriting an essay. Each night is an opportunity to improve. Each day of vacation is an opportunity to prepare. Be involved with your teenager’s education.
Matthew Ryan
Principal
East Hartford High School

student perspective

It seems that January has come so quickly. I have submitted all of my college applications, and I'm proud to say that I have received my first acceptance letter - so at least I'm going somewhere next year. Now it's just a waiting game to see where I get in. In the meantime, it's time to prepare for midterms, and well my favorite time of the year - competition season. Our cheerleading team participates in 5 cheer competitions throughout the month of February, entailing a rigorous two and a half minute routine where we put all of our hard work and effort onto 7 padded mats. I can't wait for all of the events coming up in the next month, and for the exciting basketball games to come. 2017 has just begun. Only six months until graduation. Here I come.

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