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FBLA is selling Jack-O-Grams! This year they will be Virtual Jack-O-Grams! If you would like to send a virtual Jack-O-Gram to a friend, just put $1.00 in an envelope addressed to Mrs. Barrett room 122A. You can hand it in to the office or give it to Mrs. Barrett directly. Please include on the envelope:
FROM:  Your name – first and last.
TO:  Who the Jack-O-Gram is going to – first and last name.
MESSAGE: A short message – Happy Halloween will be the ‘go-to’ if there is no message given.
FBLA will send your friend a Jack-O-Gram to their school email address!

Italian Club will have its first Virtual Cooking Meeting on Monday, November 2nd at 2:30 p.m. Please make sure that you are a part of our Google Classroom (code: kokgmma) so that you receive the ingredient list and the Google meet link. Contact Mrs. Zaccardelli in 226 with any questions.

A unique year will make for a very unique yearbook and we need YOUR HELP! We are in need of your pictures and stories. The yearbook staff is covering the following topics right now: how you spent the summer months, the beginning of school, fashion in a hybrid schedule, SWHS clubs, the environment, human interest stories, and fall sports. When you submit a photo, your contact info is required and PLEASE put the names of the people in the picture, a brief description of the event, who took the picture, and your phone number in the “Description” area. The link to submit the photos is on the SWHS homepage. Please contact us with any questions or story ideas: swhsyearbook@swindsor.k12.ct.us

Class of 2021: The second wave of Capstone presentations is fast approaching. One change this year is that all presentations will be virtual utilizing Google Meet. The second wave of presentations will be on Wednesday, November 18th. To be eligible to present you must have all written work turned in to your adviser's Google Classroom by Monday, November 9th and each piece of written work must have received a score of successful or highly successful. This is the last opportunity for you to be eligible for an honor cord. You can earn an honor cord for your Capstone project by meeting the following requirements: presenting on November 18th and you must receive a score of highly successful on ALL written work and highly successful on your presentation. To sign up to present, please go to the Capstone website and fill out the Google form. Every individual needs to fill out their own copy of the Google form, this also pertains to members of a group. The table with presentation times and Google Meet links will be posted to the Capstone website on Monday, November 16th. 

ALL South Windsor students are now eligible to receive a free breakfast and a free lunch provided by the school district. Please stop by the cafeteria on your way into school for your complimentary breakfast and then at lunchtime, stop by your designated serving area to choose your complimentary meal. For distance or hybrid at-home learners, Grab & Go meals are available by the rear entrance of the school near the football field Monday to Friday between 1:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 30, 2020 at 7:36 AM
  

Spirit Week - Cohort Competition: For our atypical “homecoming” week, Student Council and the Bobcat Pride Organization are planning a Spirit Week for all students. We are encouraging you to dress up to find out which cohort - maroon or gold - has the best school spirit! Distance learning students are also encouraged to dress up for their Google Meets. The Spirit Days are: Gold Cohort: TODAY, Thursday, October 29th is Hawaiian Day. Friday, October 30th is SWHS Spirit - rep our school with school colors and spirit! Feel free to send pictures masked & dressed in school spirit to the Student Council & BPO social media accounts!

Attention Bobcat Foodies!  Today is the first Virtual Cooking Club session and it's gonna be a terror-rific good time as we make Haunted Graveyard Cake and Frosted Pumpkin Spice Cupcakes for Halloween. Use the Google Meet link in our Cooking Club classroom (qbbr632) to join us at 2:30 p.m. Questions? See Ms. Cliff in room 133 or Sra. Ruiz in room 233.   

For all those interested in or thinking about pursuing a career in STEM, join the Future STEM Leaders Club! Use the google classroom code: uolyb3b to join now! Our first meeting will be TODAY, Thursday, October 29th at 2:00 p.m.

FBLA is selling Jack-O-Grams! This year they will be Virtual Jack-O-Grams! If you would like to send a virtual Jack-O-Gram to a friend, just put $1.00 in an envelope addressed to Mrs. Barrett room 122A. You can hand it in to the office or give it to Mrs. Barrett directly. Please include on the envelope:
FROM:  Your name – first and last.
TO:  Who the Jack-O-Gram is going to – first and last name.
MESSAGE: A short message – Happy Halloween will be the ‘go-to’ if there is no message given.
FBLA will send your friend a Jack-O-Gram to their school email address!

Italian Club will have its first Virtual Cooking Meeting on Monday, November 2nd at 2:30 p.m. Please make sure that you are a part of our Google Classroom (code: kokgmma) so that you receive the ingredient list and the Google meet link. Contact Mrs. Zaccardelli in 226 with any questions.

The next Science Fiction/Fantasy Club meeting is on Thursday, November 5th at 2:30 p.m. Join us to do some creative writing. The code to join the google classroom is 25d3k2e. 

A unique year will make for a very unique yearbook and we need YOUR HELP! We are in need of your pictures and stories. The yearbook staff is covering the following topics right now: how you spent the summer months, the beginning of school, fashion in a hybrid schedule, SWHS clubs, the environment, human interest stories, and fall sports. When you submit a photo, your contact info is required and PLEASE put the names of the people in the picture, a brief description of the event, who took the picture, and your phone number in the “Description” area. The link to submit the photos is on the SWHS homepage. Please contact us with any questions or story ideas: swhsyearbook@swindsor.k12.ct.us

Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 29, 2020 at 7:34 AM
  

Spirit Week - Cohort Competition: For our atypical “homecoming” week, Student Council and the Bobcat Pride Organization are planning a Spirit Week for all students. We are encouraging you to dress up to find out which cohort - maroon or gold - has the best school spirit! Distance learning students are also encouraged to dress up for their Google Meets. The Spirit Days are as follows:
Maroon Cohort: TODAY, Tuesday, October 27th is SWHS Spirit - rep our school with school colors and spirit!
Gold Cohort: Thursday, October 29th is Hawaiian Day. Friday, October 30th is SWHS Spirit - rep our school with school colors and spirit!
We look forward to seeing you dress up for Spirit Week and this friendly Cohort Competition. Feel free to send pictures masked & dressed in school spirit to the Student Council & BPO social media accounts!

The Freshmen Class of 2024 is having a fundraiser TODAY, Tuesday, October 27th from 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. at a local pizza restaurant at Evergreen Walk. Please come support your Freshmen Class! See you there!

For all those interested in or thinking about pursuing a career in STEM, join the Future STEM Leaders Club! Use the google classroom code: uolyb3b to join now! Our first meeting will be on Thursday, October 29th at 2:00 p.m.

Respect and Change Everywhere! The R.A.C.E. Committee is looking for students interested in helping celebrate South Windsor High School’s diversity and promote positive change. If you are interested in being part of R.A.C.E. please contact Mr. Zeuschner in Admin 237 or by email by Friday, October 30th.

Italian Club will have its first Virtual Cooking Meeting on Monday, November 2nd at 2:30 p.m. Please make sure that you are a part of our Google Classroom (code: kokgmma) so that you receive the ingredient list and the Google meet link. Contact Mrs. Zaccardelli in 226 with any questions.

The next Science Fiction/Fantasy club meeting is on Thursday November 5th at 2:30 pm.  Join us to do some creative writing.  The code to join the google classroom is 25d3k2e. 

A unique year will make for a very unique yearbook and we need YOUR HELP! We are in need of your pictures and stories. The yearbook staff is covering the following topics right now: how you spent the summer months, the beginning of school, fashion in a hybrid schedule, SWHS clubs, the environment, human interest stories, and fall sports. When you submit a photo, your contact info is required and PLEASE put the names of the people in the picture, a brief description of the event, who took the picture, and your phone number in the “Description” area. The link to submit the photos is on the SWHS homepage. Please contact us with any questions or story ideas: swhsyearbook@swindsor.k12.ct.us

Virtual College Visits continue to take place on a daily basis. Students can now use the Zoom links for these visits on their Chromebooks! Please note – when you click on the Zoom link, if you are not directed into the Zoom meeting, look toward the bottom of your screen for a link with text that reads “Join from Your Browser”. This will allow you to attend from your school-issued device. This week’s lineup of colleges includes: 
Tuesday: Muhlenberg College
Wednesday: University of Rhode Island, Monmouth University, Paul Smith’s College, George Washington University, Fairfield University
Thursday: Rollins College
Friday: Florida Institute of Technology
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 27, 2020 at 7:37 AM
  

Spirit Week - Cohort Competition: For our atypical “homecoming” week, Student Council and the Bobcat Pride Organization are planning a Spirit Week for all students. We are encouraging you to dress up to find out which cohort - maroon or gold - has the best school spirit! Distance learning students are also encouraged to dress up for their Google Meets. The Spirit Days are as follows:
Maroon Cohort: TODAY, Monday, October 26th is Hawaiian Day. Tuesday, October 27th is SWHS Spirit - school colors and spirit!
Gold Cohort: Thursday, October 29th is Hawaiian Day. Friday, October 30th is SWHS Spirit - school colors and spirit!
We look forward to seeing you dress up for Spirit Week and this friendly Cohort Competition. Feel free to send pictures masked & dressed in school spirit to the Student Council & BPO social media accounts!

For all those interested in or thinking about pursuing a career in STEM, join the Future STEM Leaders Club! Use the google classroom code: uolyb3b to join now! Our first meeting will be on October 29th at 2:00 p.m.

Respect and Change Everywhere! The R.A.C.E. Committee is looking for students interested in helping celebrate South Windsor High School’s diversity and promote positive change. If you are interested in being part of R.A.C.E. please contact Mr. Zeuschner in Admin 237 or by email by Friday, October 30th.

Italian Club will have its first Virtual Cooking Meeting on Monday, November 2nd at 2:30 p.m. Please make sure that you are a part of our Google Classroom (code: kokgmma) so that you receive the ingredient list and the Google meet link. Contact Mrs. Zaccardelli in 226 with any questions.

A unique year will make for a very unique yearbook and we need YOUR HELP! We are in need of your pictures and stories. The yearbook staff is covering the following topics right now: how you spent the summer months, the beginning of school, fashion in a hybrid schedule, SWHS clubs, the environment, human interest stories, and fall sports. When you submit a photo, your contact info is required and PLEASE put the names of the people in the picture, a brief description of the event, who took the picture, and your phone number in the “Description” area. The link to submit the photos is on the SWHS homepage. Please contact us with any questions or story ideas: swhsyearbook@swindsor.k12.ct.us

ALL South Windsor students are now eligible to receive a free breakfast and a free lunch provided by the school district. Please stop by the cafeteria on your way into school for your complimentary breakfast and then at lunchtime, stop by your designated serving area to choose your complimentary meal. For distance or hybrid at-home learners, Grab & Go meals are available by the rear entrance of the school near the football field Monday to Friday between 1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Politics have a significant impact on the environment. Leaders we vote into office now can have a lasting effect on the environment. In the future we should all be aware of what candidates stand for, so in the coming years the environment can be the best it could possibly be. Issues like deforestation, which will leave only 10% of our worldwide rainforests left by 2030, are heavily influenced by our politicians that we elect. We need to spread information about candidates that have plans for these problems before it becomes too late. In order to help save our environment, we need to better inform ourselves about our political leaders. Take the time to inform yourself of local, state, and national candidates. Information brought to you by the Environmental Club.

Virtual College Visits continue to take place on a daily basis. Students can now use the Zoom links for these visits on their Chromebooks! Please note – when you click on the Zoom link, if you are not directed into the Zoom meeting, look toward the bottom of your screen for a link with text that reads “Join from Your Browser”. This will allow you to attend from your school-issued device. This week’s lineup of colleges includes: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Muhlenberg College, University of Rhode Island, Monmouth University, Paul Smith’s College, George Washington University, Fairfield University, Rollins College, and Florida Institute of Technology.
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 26, 2020 at 7:30 AM
  

Spirit Week - Cohort Competition: For our atypical “homecoming” week, Student Council and the Bobcat Pride Organization are planning a Spirit Week for all students. We are encouraging you to dress up to find out which cohort - maroon or gold - has the best school spirit! Distance learning students are also encouraged to dress up for their Google Meets. The Spirit Days are as follows:
Maroon Cohort: Monday, October 26th is Hawaiian Day. Tuesday, October 27th is SWHS Spirit - rep our school with school colors and spirit!
Gold Cohort: Thursday, October 29th is Hawaiian Day. Friday, October 30th is SWHS Spirit - rep our school with school colors and spirit!
We look forward to seeing you dress up for Spirit Week and this friendly Cohort Competition. Feel free to send pictures masked & dressed in school spirit to the Student Council & BPO social media accounts!

For all those interested in or thinking about pursuing a career in STEM, join the Future STEM Leaders Club! Use the google classroom code: uolyb3b to join now! Our first meeting will be on October 29th at 2:00 p.m.

Respect and Change Everywhere! The R.A.C.E. Committee is looking for students interested in helping celebrate South Windsor High School’s diversity and promote positive change. If you are interested in being part of R.A.C.E. please contact Mr. Zeuschner in Admin 237 or by email by Friday, October 30th.

A unique year will make for a very unique yearbook and we need YOUR HELP! We are in need of your pictures and stories. The yearbook staff is covering the following topics right now: how you spent the summer months, the beginning of school, fashion in a hybrid schedule, SWHS clubs, the environment, human interest stories, and fall sports. When you submit a photo, your contact info is required and PLEASE put the names of the people in the picture, a brief description of the event, who took the picture, and your phone number in the “Description” area. The link to submit the photos is on the SWHS homepage. Please contact us with any questions or story ideas: swhsyearbook@swindsor.k12.ct.us

Need help with a class? Request a FREE NHS tutor to work with you over Google Meet. To sign up, go to the NHS website on the Clubs and Activities page and complete the Google form.

ALL South Windsor students are now eligible to receive a free breakfast and a free lunch provided by the school district. Please stop by the cafeteria on your way into school for your complimentary breakfast and then at lunchtime, stop by your designated serving area to choose your complimentary meal. For distance or hybrid at-home learners, Grab & Go meals are available by the rear entrance of the school near the football field Monday to Friday between 1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Politics have a significant impact on the environment. Leaders we vote into office now can have a lasting effect on the environment. In the future we should all be aware of what candidates stand for, so in the coming years the environment can be the best it could possibly be. Issues like deforestation, which will leave only 10% of our worldwide rainforests left by 2030, are heavily influenced by our politicians that we elect. We need to spread information about candidates that have plans for these problems before it becomes too late. In order to help save our environment, we need to better inform ourselves about our political leaders. Take the time to inform yourself of local, state, and national candidates. Information brought to you by the Environmental Club.

Virtual College Visits continue to take place on a daily basis. Students can now use the Zoom links for these visits on their Chromebooks! Please note – when you click on the Zoom link, if you are not directed into the Zoom meeting, look toward the bottom of your screen for a link with text that reads “Join from Your Browser”. This will allow you to attend from your school-issued device. Next week’s lineup of colleges includes: Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Muhlenberg College, University of Rhode Island, Monmouth University, Paul Smith’s College, George Washington University, Fairfield University, Rollins College, and Florida Institute of Technology.

Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 22, 2020 at 2:14 PM
  

Hey Bobcats! As our national news reports on numerous social injustices and racial inequalities, we have a club right here at the high school that wants to confront complicated issues of social justice, racial identities, discrimination and bias, and the many reasons to be proud of our diverse student body. Join the Black Student Alliance as we listen to many student voices sharing deep experiences. Our first meeting is TODAY, Thursday, October 22nd at 3:30 p.m.  ALL are welcome! Use the Google meet link on google classroom. Our classroom code is: duzv4au.

Bobcat Robotics will have a team meeting TODAY. If you are interested in learning more about Bobcat Robotics join our Google classroom and attend the meeting - all students are welcome! Our team will hold meetings every Thursday during the off season from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Use the code 52ycahr to join the google classroom. Our meeting link will be in the teams Google classroom banner.

The Japanese Culture Club will meet TODAY, Thursday, October 22nd at 2:30 p.m. Google classroom code is wt4upbd.

The following virtual college visits are scheduled for the rest of this week. Students MUST register for a visit in advance through Naviance in order to receive the meeting link.
Thursday, Oct. 22: Rochester Institute of Technology
Friday, Oct. 23: Western New England University
Please see School Counseling News on the website for more information.

Spirit Week - Cohort Competition: For our atypical “homecoming” week, Student Council and the Bobcat Pride Organization are planning a Spirit Week for all students. We are encouraging you to dress up to find out which cohort - maroon or gold - has the best school spirit! Distance learning students are also encouraged to dress up for their Google Meets. The Spirit Days are as follows:
Maroon Cohort: Monday, October 26th is Hawaiian Day. Tuesday, October 27th is SWHS Spirit - rep our school with school colors and spirit!
Gold Cohort: Thursday, October 29th is Hawaiian Day. Friday, October 30th is SWHS Spirit - rep our school with school colors and spirit!
We look forward to seeing you dress up for Spirit Week and this friendly Cohort Competition. Feel free to send pictures masked & dressed in school spirit to the Student Council & BPO social media accounts!

For all those interested in or thinking about pursuing a career in STEM, join the Future STEM Leaders Club! Use the google classroom code: uolyb3b to join now! Our first meeting will be on October 29th at 2:00 p.m.

Respect and Change Everywhere! The R.A.C.E. Committee is looking for students interested in helping celebrate South Windsor High School’s diversity and promote positive change. If you are interested in being part of R.A.C.E. please contact Mr. Zeuschner in Admin 237 or by email by Friday, October 30th.

A unique year will make for a very unique yearbook and we need YOUR HELP! We are in need of your pictures and stories. The yearbook staff is covering the following topics right now: how you spent the summer months, the beginning of school, fashion in a hybrid schedule, SWHS clubs, the environment, human interest stories, and fall sports. When you submit a photo, your contact info is required and PLEASE put the names of the people in the picture, a brief description of the event, who took the picture, and your phone number in the “Description” area. The link to submit the photos is on the SWHS homepage. Please contact us with any questions or story ideas: swhsyearbook@swindsor.k12.ct.us

Need help with a class? Request a FREE NHS tutor to work with you over Google Meet. To sign up, go to the NHS website on the Clubs and Activities page and complete the Google form.

ALL South Windsor students are now eligible to receive a free breakfast and a free lunch provided by the school district. Please stop by the cafeteria on your way into school for your complimentary breakfast and then at lunchtime, stop by your designated serving area to choose your complimentary meal. For distance or hybrid at-home learners, Grab & Go meals are available by the rear entrance of the school near the football field Monday to Friday between 1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 22, 2020 at 7:30 AM
  

Hey Bobcats!  As our national news reports on numerous social injustices and racial inequalities, we have a club right here at the high school that wants to confront complicated issues of social justice, racial identities, discrimination and bias, and the many reasons to be proud of our diverse student body. Join the Black Student Alliance as we listen to many student voices sharing deep experiences. Our first meeting is this Thursday, October 22nd at 3:30 p.m. ALL are welcome! Use the Google meet link on google classroom. Our classroom code is: duzv4au.

The Japanese Culture Club meets this Thursday, October 22nd at 2:30 p.m. Google classroom code is wt4upbd.

Need help with a class? Request a FREE NHS tutor to work with you over Google Meet. To sign up, go to the NHS website on the Clubs and Activities page and complete the Google form.

ALL South Windsor students are now eligible to receive a free breakfast and a free lunch provided by the school district. Please stop by the cafeteria on your way into school for your complimentary breakfast and then at lunchtime, stop by your designated serving area to choose your complimentary meal. For distance or hybrid at-home learners, Grab & Go meals are available by the rear entrance of the school near the football field Monday to Friday between 1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

On Wednesday, October 21st, 9th grade students will participate in PSAT testing. Please come to school with a pencil and calculator. Room assignments are posted on the website. Transportation will only be provided if you requested it. Please arrive at 7:15 a.m., you will be dismissed at approximately 11:15 a.m. 10th and 11th grade students will participate in on-going distance learning from home. Seniors will be able to attend virtual capstone presentations from home. Only 9th graders will report to school. See your school counselor with questions. 

The following virtual college visits are scheduled for this week. Students MUST register for a visit in advance through Naviance in order to receive the meeting link.
Tuesday, Oct. 20: University of Maine at Farmington
Wednesday, Oct. 21: University of New Hampshire, Franklin Pierce University, Hofstra University, George Mason University
Thursday, Oct. 22: Rochester Institute of Technology
Friday, Oct. 23: Western New England University
Please see School Counseling News on the website for more information.
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 20, 2020 at 7:36 AM
  


Need help with a class? Request a FREE NHS tutor to work with you over Google Meet. To sign up, go to the NHS website on the Clubs and Activities page and complete the Google form.

ALL South Windsor students are now eligible to receive a free breakfast and a free lunch provided by the school district. Please stop by the cafeteria on your way into school for your complimentary breakfast and then at lunchtime, stop by your designated serving area to choose your complimentary meal. For distance or hybrid at-home learners, Grab & Go meals are available by the rear entrance of the school near the football field Monday to Friday between 1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

On Wednesday, October 21st, 9th grade students will participate in PSAT testing. Please come to school with a pencil and calculator. Room assignments are posted on the website. Transportation will only be provided if you requested it. Please arrive at 7:15 a.m., you will be dismissed at approximately 11:15 a.m. 10th and 11th grade students will participate in on-going distance learning from home. Seniors will be able to attend virtual capstone presentations from home. Only 9th graders will report to school. See your school counselor with questions.

The following virtual college visits are scheduled for this week. Students MUST register for a visit in advance through Naviance in order to receive the meeting link.
Monday, Oct. 19: Northeastern University
Tuesday, Oct. 20: University of Maine at Farmington
Wednesday, Oct. 21: University of New Hampshire, Franklin Pierce University, Hofstra University, George Mason University
Thursday, Oct. 22: Rochester Institute of Technology
Friday, Oct. 23: Western New England University
Please see School Counseling News on the website for more information.


Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 19, 2020 at 7:25 AM
  

Need help with a class? Request a FREE NHS tutor to work with you over Google Meet. To sign up, go to the NHS website on the Clubs and Activities page and complete the Google form.

ALL South Windsor students are now eligible to receive a free breakfast and a free lunch provided by the school district. Please stop by the cafeteria on your way into school for your complimentary breakfast and then at lunchtime, stop by your designated serving area to choose your complimentary meal. For distance or hybrid at-home learners, Grab & Go meals are available by the rear entrance of the school near the football field Monday to Friday between 1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

On Wednesday, October 21st, 9th grade students will participate in PSAT testing. Please come to school with a pencil and calculator. Room assignments will be emailed to students and families. Transportation will only be provided if you request it. Please arrive at 7:15 a.m., you will be dismissed at approximately 11:15 a.m. 10th and 11th grade students will participate in on-going distance learning from home. Seniors will be able to attend virtual capstone presentations from home. Only 9th graders will report to school. See your school counselor with questions. 
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 16, 2020 at 7:18 AM
  

Do you enjoy reading, watching, or writing Science Fiction or Fantasy stories? Then join the Science Fiction/Fantasy club. Our virtual meeting will be held TODAY, Thursday, October 15th at 2:30 p.m. We will be watching and discussing Artemis Fowl. Use the code 25d3k2e to join the google classroom.  

There will be a virtual FBLA meeting TODAY. Please check the FBLA website for the time change.

Bobcat Foodies: The first Virtual Cooking Club planning meeting will be held TODAY, Thursday, October 15th at 2:30 p.m. If you have any questions please see Ms. Cliff in room 133 or Sra. Ruiz in room 233.

We will have our first Robotic Team meeting TODAY, Thursday, October 15th. If you are interested in learning more about Bobcat Robotics join our Google classroom and attend the meeting. All students are welcome to join the team. Our virtual meeting will be held tonight at 6:30 p.m. Use the code 52ycahr to join the google classroom. Our meeting link will be in the Teams Google classroom banner.

The SW Teen Center is open to high school students on Monday and Thursdays from 12:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Walk across the street to the teen center to unwind, have a snack, or catch up on school work! This will be based on cohorts so we can follow the same protocol as the high school.  Space is limited, so if you are interested in reserving a spot please email or call Danielle at the Teen Center at Danielle.Bifolck@southwindsor-ct.gov or 860-648-3315. The Teen Center will also be utilizing our Twitter and Remind account for information on programs and reminders for events. Follow us to stay in the loop! You can also use the Remind app to reserve a spot at the Teen Center.     Twitter: @teen_sw      Remind: @swtc20

Rho Kappa: The National Social Studies Honor Society is currently inviting eligible applicants to apply for this opportunity. The application form will be posted and shared by your Social Studies teachers in google classroom. Additional information can be found on the application. If you are interested, but not currently in a Social Studies class please email Mrs. Slogesky, sslogesky@swindsor.k12.ct.us. The deadline for the application is tomorrow, Friday, October 16th.

Need help with a class? Request a FREE NHS tutor to work with you over Google Meet. To sign up, go to the NHS website on the Clubs and Activities page and complete the Google form.

ALL South Windsor students are now eligible to receive a free breakfast and a free lunch provided by the school district. Please stop by the cafeteria on your way into school for your complimentary breakfast and then at lunchtime, stop by your designated serving area to choose your complimentary meal. For distance or hybrid at-home learners, Grab & Go meals are available by the rear entrance of the school near the football field Monday to Friday between 1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Attention Sophomores: “HOBY”, the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Organization is a nationally recognized group dedicated to developing leaders through national conferences and training.  Any Sophomore interested in applying to attend the Hugh O’Brien Youth (HOBY) Leadership Seminar taking place in the spring are invited to reach out to Mrs. Carty in the Career Center for either an application or more details.

On Wednesday, October 21st, 9th grade students will participate in PSAT testing. Please come to school with a pencil and calculator. Room assignments will be emailed to students and families. Transportation will only be provided if you request it. Please arrive at 7:15 a.m., you will be dismissed at approximately 11:15 a.m. 10th and 11th grade students will participate in on-going distance learning from home. Seniors will be able to attend virtual capstone presentations from home. Only 9th graders will report to school. See your school counselor with questions.
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 15, 2020 at 7:30 AM
  
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