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Message from Mr. Ryan
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Dear Students, Parents and Guardians:
September is the perfect time to BEGIN. Begin the year with substantial goals. Begin the year with a plan to meet those goals. Begin to work hard every day to be successful.
At EHHS, we are in a continuous cycle of improvement. During this cycle, we use the summertime to rest and reboot ourselves, our energy and our focus. We are working hard in preparation for another successful school year and continuing to build on our accomplishments together.
One of the outcomes of the summertime cycle is a refocus on the basics of education. This year, we will focus on Attendance, Teaching, and Learning.
Attendance: Every School Day Counts.
Teaching: Every Class Matters.
Learning: Every Student Improves.
We believe that adult actions make a huge impact on our students. As we learn the most effective strategies to best prepare our students for college and careers, we are confident through collaboration and consistency we can make a difference with EVERY STUDENT.
OPEN HOUSE is on Thursday, September 15th. All parents and families are invited and strongly encouraged to attend. See Flyer and information.
Today was my last first day at East Hartford High. It was weird, to say the least. As a senior, I can already tell that we receive a lot more trust - teachers aren't being knit-picky about everything now because they know that if we really want to get a good grade, we'll put the work in. When we really want to learn, we'll pay attention. It's a nice feeling, though kind of strange, to have that responsibility on our shoulders. It's only the beginning of Senior year, and there's going to be a lot of work put in from now to graduation. Add in my part-time job, football games, and volunteer projects, and it's going to be a year that I'll never forget.