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Grade 10

Welcome Sophomore Students and Parents!

grade 10

Important Numbers

Main Office: 860-232-4561

School Counseling Office: 860-232-4561 ext. 5125 Jean Baril, School Counseling Secretary

Attendance: 860-232-4561 ext. 6599 (call in) or ext. 5140 - report all absences via the Attendance Office
 

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Setting Up for Success!
What is available for academic support?

  • Teachers are available to assist with academic issues, study techniques, and extra help outside of class.
  • Writing Center - Open during the school day.  Staffed by an English teacher for academic support.
  • Math Center - Open during the school day. Staffed by a math teacher for academic support.
  • Peer tutors/mentors – Sign-up online or see school counselor.
  • Library/Homework Center - Open Mon, Tue, and Fri (7am-4pm) and Wed (7am-3pm)

How to get involved?

  • Student Activities Office & College/Career Center (located next to School Counseling Office) – provides
  • information about school clubs/activities and various community volunteer/job opportunities
  • Daily Announcements - posted on Hall website daily
  • Late Bus: Every Mon, Tue, and Thur (4 pm) and Wed (3pm)

How can parents help?

  • Encourage healthy habits: nutrition, sleep, finding a healthy “balance” among school and extracurricular activities.
  • Provide a distraction free environment for homework and study time. Monitor technology use.
  • Discuss progress reports and report cards
  • Have open communication with teachers and school counselor - attend school sponsored programs and parent/teacher conferences. Email teachers with specific questions. Contact school counselor regarding any personal and/or academic concerns about your child.
  • Utilize PowerSchool to monitor your child’s academic progress and attendance as needed
  • Support and encourage after school activities
  • Help promote self-advocacy and problem solving skills
  • Allow teens to make mistakes and hold them accountable for poor choices
  • Communicate openly with your child - What are their goals? What are their interests? Who are their friends?