Reminder: High School Schedule for Thanksgiving week We will utilize the schedule below for Thanksgiving week at EHHS. Monday--Hybrid A in person Tuesday--Hybrid B in person Wednesday--Distanced Leaning All Students--Early Dismissal.
Reminder: Grab and Go Curbside pick-up switch back to Wednesdays from noon to 1pm this week (9/18) and will stay at this time for the foreseeable future. Parents of hybrid learners will now receive breakfast and lunch for the weekends as well as for any days their student is not in school in person, including holidays. Children not attending school in person will receive breakfast and lunch for every day of the week including the weekend. Meals will be frozen or shelf stable. Click here to order your meals and view the menu: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf2a6BrZZo4JLAGIJ8yvBdCJOKFF-YnM1BfnrH5AZ-IAGoAjQ/viewform
After manufacturing delays due to COVID-19 and after delays due to damage to the original shipment, we are very excited to share that the East Hampton High School Soccer Field Scoreboard has been installed! Thank you to all who donated!
EHHS students can return library books in these snazzy bins located in English classrooms! Request/ reserve/ renew here: https://tinyurl.com/EHHSOPAC
Parents - we need you to fill out the survey for your child's Back-to-School Learning Model. The survey was emailed Fri. Aug. 14th. Information on the choices can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sGPbBG8u1mHya80-B-eu8c31paVmZy9a/view?fbclid=IwAR2nFqOGiwSnR71u8PzcPvXCV8STwFIWNT21G1RxQ6HJzMgnON4eay0AlQk Please make sure you complete by Fri. Aug. 21st. If you have questions, attend the ZOOM Meeting - Tuesday, August 18 - 7:00 PM. (Link for Zoom meeting was emailed to parents on August 14.)
The school year has officially ended and summer has officially begun, therefore it is time to get your summer reading on! Check out all the details here: https://www.easthamptonps.org/o/ehhs/page/summer-reading-2020--4 Enjoy your summer and make your English teachers and Mrs. Tietjen happy, by reading , reading , reading...
On this Graduation Eve, the Teachers and Staff of East Hampton High School would like to congratulate the Class of 2020 and share some messages with them. We wish we could be there with you on Saturday! Thank you to class advisor Pamela Malcolm for putting this heartfelt vidhug together. https://app.vidhug.com/HJ0IGV9aI/hug
Thank you and congratulations to our seven graduating seniors from the Bellringer News crew! https://youtu.be/l2Qi47TMQv4
Please review the Materials Drop-off/Pick-up schedule., June 12 - 18 for the all High School students. More detailed information will follow from Principal Eric Verner.
Bellringer News Quarantine Broadcast Edition# 2 is up!(May 2020) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=own1LlS-Qbw&feature=youtu.be
From Mrs. Tietjen: Introducing the 2021 high school Nutmeg nominees! https://padlet.com/ktietjen1/rcc530x0k8d1202a
From the library: The Nutmeg voting results are in, and Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds was the favorite among EHHS students. All students' votes will be counted in the state tally. 2021 nominees will be announced tomorrow (!)
In lieu of mailed report cards, students and parents can view final quarter 3 grades in PowerSchool. Here is a quick tutorial video showing how you to access PowerSchool, and a link to the sign-in portal: https://ehpowerschool.easthamptonct.org/public/ Video Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwF_mnGRoOQ&feature=youtu.be
Bellringer News: Quarantine Edition (April 2020): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1SSbV53v5Q
Info for students on accessing free audio and e-books (also posted in English Google Classrooms) https://sites.google.com/easthamptonps.org/bellringerlibrary/distance-learning-resources-spring-2020 Happy reading! -Mrs. Tietjen, LMS
A message from Mrs. Tietjen, high school LMS: Here's how to access ebooks and audio books from your public library! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCWTSp0H34k
March Madness, library style. Two YA novels will face off each day. Stop by the LMC to vote for your favorite first line!
National Breakfast Week Culinary Class Contest is in full swing at the High School this week. Monday featured Breakfast Burritos, Tuesday Egg-tastic Muffins and Waffles, Wednesday Breakfast Tacos. Today we also had visitors from the USDA and the CT Department of Education.
It was a busy day at East Hampton High School today. First Amendment Panel presentation for Civics and AP Government students, and a visit by the Class of 2024, the next batch of Bellringers.
News, gov't, and marketing students questioned Treasurer Wooden about financial literacy and college savings at the first-ever student press conference at the capitol yesterday: https://fox61.com/2019/11/12/state-treasurer-hold-press-conference-for-fox61-student-news-schools/