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Enfield High School empowers our students to be respectful and responsible citizens who are college and career ready. Meaningful and challenging learning experiences enable our students to become critical thinkers, creative problem solvers, and effective communicators. Our school community supports the social and emotional development of students and encourages the exploration of their interests and talents.

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Principal’s Message

Enfield High School Students and Families,

It has been an exciting and productive September at EHS.  Our students have been busy learning their new schedules and getting to know their new teachers and coursework.   In addition to our usual beginning-of-the-year activities, we held our Rachel’s Challenge bullying-prevention assembly and student workshop on September 20th.  The Friends of Rachel Club students came up with some excellent ideas to promote kindness within our school and continue to improve our school climate. 

We are now looking forward to Homecoming Weekend which will commence on Friday, October 6th at 12:45 p.m. with a student pep rally organized by the P.E. department.  That evening the community will be invited to attend our EagleFest fair from 5-8 p.m. on the practice football field.   EagleFest is an opportunity for our students to advertise and raise money for their respective clubs and activities.  Saturday will feature a parade at 9 a.m. on Pearl Street, followed by a Homecoming Dance at 7pm that evening.  Home athletic contests will commence with girls’ soccer, girls’ volleyball, and football on Friday and finish with a field hockey contest on Saturday morning. Our entire community is looking forward to fun-filled weekend!

Our Administrative and technology teams have been working tirelessly to open the PowerSchool portal as quickly as possible for students and parents.  PowerSchool is a leading student information system used nation-wide by over 13,000 districts that will help us improve the way we understand and communicate student progress.  During the first week of October, we will mail each parent instructions on how to create online parent and student accounts using confidential access ID numbers that are unique to each student.  We thank you in advance for your patience as we will likely have to work out some glitches with our transition to the new system.  If you are having difficulty accessing your PowerSchool account, please visit the PowerSchool Help Desk webpage under the News/Alerts heading on our EHS website:

http://enfieldhigh.sharpschool.com/news_alerts/power_school/

Also, you can follow us on Twitter at @EnfieldHS1 for PowerSchool and other various updates.  If you do not receive your access code in the mail by October 6th, please stop in to see your Assistant Principal’s secretary as they will need to verify your identity (9th and 11th grade—Mrs. Moyer; 10th and 12th grade—Mrs. Garrity).  In the meantime, please contact individual teachers or counselors if you have concerns about your child’s grades or academic performance.  Please contact the correct grade-level Dean’s office with any questions about attendance.  Progress reports will be mailed home during the week of October 16th.   As always, do not hesitate to contact us with any concerns or questions.   Change can be challenging, but we are very much looking forward to the new opportunities PowerSchool will provide our students and families.

 

Sincerely,

Erin E. Clark

Principal, Enfield High School

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