Tuesday, March 14 - EARLY RELEASE . Please note dismissal times for each school High School – 12:10 PM, Middle School – 12:35 PM, Center School & Memorial School – 1:10 PM. MUSIC DEPARTMENT STEP UP CONCERT at 9:30 AM at the High School WILL CONTINUE AS PLANNED.
13 days ago, East Hampton Public Schools
East Hampton Public Schools NO SCHOOL Tuesday, February 28 - Due to the predicted inclement weather and accumulating overnight snow fall.
27 days ago, East Hampton Public Schools
No School Tuesday, Feb. 28
East Hampton High School was honored to have Congressman Joe Courtney stop in for a visit today. He was very interested in discussing mental health resources and access with our students. East Hampton Public School has been fortunate to be the recent recipient of some grant funding that has enabled a School Based Health Clinic initiative, as well as funding for an additional school psychologist to help our students deal with the continued aftermath of pandemic related issues.
about 1 month ago, East Hampton Public Schools
Congressman Courtney visit witih students
students talking with Joe Courtney
Courtney and students looking as wall of DC visit class photos
Congressman Courtney Group photo with students
February 8 - Due to below freezing temperatures and wet roads, the East Hampton Public Schools will have a Two Hour Delay.
about 2 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
January 25, 2023 East Hampton Public Schools EARLY RELEASE Please note dismissal times for each school: High School – 12:10 PM Middle School – 12:35 PM Center School & Memorial School – 1:10 PM
2 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
early dismissal
Yesterday EHHS had its first Pep-Rally since 2020!
3 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
Class of 2023
Pep Rally!
Drum Line
On Friday December 23rd, all schools will be dismissing an hour earlier than the regular half day dismissal time, to ensure buses are not transporting students in case the temperature drops , and roads potentially get icy.
3 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
New Half  Day Release times for Friday 12/23
The Class of 2025 sponsored a Gingerbread house competition. The submissions were all so creative and festive! Voting for best one ends Thursday!
3 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
Gingerbread houses
Balda Homeroom
Rex the Halls
Flannery Homeroom
EHHS observed Veterans' Day today with a breakfast for Veterans of EHHS students and an all-school assembly to honor all those who served. Thank you to all the speakers and all the veterans that joined us for the ceremony. Thank you, Veterans for your service!
5 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
EHHS 2022 Veterans' Day  Ceremony
EHHS 2022 Veteran's Day Breakfast
EHHS 2022 Veterans' Day Speaker
EHHS Band at 2022 Veterans' Day Ceremony
NHS sponsored Senior Super Heros today. Thanks to everyone who participated by escorting their underclassman to and from class and all those who bid on the super hero groups. Fun Friday! Have a safe weekend Bellringers!
5 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
Sr. Super Heros Collage
Pac Man
Mario Bros
This Wednesday Oct. 19th! Manies For A Cure 3:30 - 6:30 in EHHS Cafeteria and DIG PINK Benefit Volleyball Game - JV at 4 pm, Varsity at 6 pm EHHS Gym.
5 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
Manis & Dig Pink
"Calling all Veterans!" We are looking to get in contact with former Bellringers and those in the community that are veterans or actively enlisted in the armed forces. Please complete the form below to assist us in creating an ongoing contact list of Bellringers and East Hampton community members we could honor during Veterans Day. Thank you! Contact Mrs. LaBonte with any questions at slabonte@easthamptonct.org https://forms.gle/JaExXdysrMASf5549
6 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
Veterans Sign up QR  Code
Class of 2022 Graduation When: Scheduled for 6 pm Where: Athletic Fields behind the High School Link to Graduation Livestream: https://youtu.be/SLWmeG6uK1c
9 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
2022 Graduation Set-up on Field
The almost-graduates enjoyed the cheers and smiling faces awaiting them at Memorial School during their Bellringer Walk on Wednesday. With Graduation just around the corner the Seniors are all smiles back at the High School as well.
9 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
Bellringers back at the HS
Pre-Schoolers eagerly awaiting the Bellringers
Bellringers cheered by Memorial Students
Bellringers at Memorial
All throughout the day today select Capstone projects were highlighted in the EHHS Library Media Center, and teachers were able to bring their classes to visit and learn about the various projects. The public is invited to come to the main 2022 Senior Capstone Expo today, Tues. 5/31 from 4:00 - 5:30 PM. Students will be set up in the Cafe, LMC, T-Bell, Lobby hallways and outside! The projects range from website creation to learning to weld, to creating books and so much more!
10 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
Welding and Metal working Capstone
Early Act Capstone
Daytime Capstone visits in LMC
Mental and Mindful Mission Capstone
Yesterday evening EHHS hosted its Honors Award evening. Book Awards, and Medals, Academic Awards, and other honors and awards were awarded to a diverse and deserving student body. Our Class of 2022 Top Ten Academic Scholars were announced and awarded their medals. We are so very proud of everyone's accomplishments!
10 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
2022 Top Ten Scholars
Earlier this morning Seniors from the East Hampton Senior Center Creative Writing class came to the high school to meet with Mrs. Regan’s 12 Grade Creative Writing Class. The groups have been collaborating for the last couple years meeting via Zoom to creatively write poetry together, and finally they were able to meet and write in person. It was a wonderful morning, with the 12th grade seniors interviewing the Senior Center seniors about their lives and experiences. We are so thankful to have had this opportunity to reflect and come together as a community - the Seniors and the Seniors.
10 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
Senior Creative Writing Colaboration
Sharing writing
Seniors with Seniors on the patio
Seniors with Seniors Writing Colab
We had our first all school assembly today in over 2 years. Stephen Hill is the founder of Speak Sobriety. He shared his very personal story of a gradual downward spiral that started in 8th grade, his struggle with stigma and addiction, and story of hope and almost 10 years of living in recovery. Students will hopefully be motivated to make smart choices after hearing Stephen's talk. Thank you to the East Hampton Prevention Partnership for sponsoring this speaker.
10 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
Stephen Hill Assembly
Stephen Hill Assembly
Students Speaking with Stephen Hill after Assembly
Mrs. Flannery's AP Literature students kicked off their inquiry-based research assignment on any aspect of Shelley, the gothic, or Frankenstein with a chance to dialogue with a virtual visitor in today's class. Dr. Robert Smart, Professor of English at Quinnipiac University a former professor of Mrs. Flannery, and an expert in gothic literature and Frankenstein, chatted with the students for 2 hours! The students got a lot out of the dialogue and it will be interesting to see how it effects the way they research for their final projects next week.
11 months ago, East Hampton Public Schools
AP Lit Virtual Visitor
It's Nutmeg voting time! Connecticut’s Nutmeg Book Award recognizes excellence in children’s and young adult literature, and kids and teens from around the state determine the winners. EHHS students are encouraged to vote for their favorite nominee from this year’s high school list on this form: https://forms.gle/e3CAGWciMJqTMYS46. The deadline is Tuesday, May 3rd. Mrs. Tietjen will then submit our school’s votes to be counted at the state level.
11 months ago, Katie Tietjen
A display of Nutmeg-nominated books in the school library