Today we had four additional positive cases of COVID at SHS.
7 months ago, Stevens High School
Hi all: Just a reminder that ALL wildlife calendar order forms and money is due TOMORROW. We will not be able to take anything after tomorrow as we still need time to sort all the orders out and send them out prior to the Thanksgiving break. Please hand all orders in to Ms. Taylor - thank you. Mrs. B
7 months ago, Stevens High School
If this is ok, here's a blurb to go with it: Students in Ms. Rioux's College Composition class are conducting surveys to help them create PSAs about issues that are important to them. One group is interested in hearing from adults in the community about their thoughts on the importance of going to college after high school. Please take this survey and help them gather data! Copy and paste the following link to the survey i another browser: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd9l3B8isf_mZoJbMqy9kn3S5c5mIW-H5Pa8EMuybGda9__8A/viewform?usp=sf_link
7 months ago, Stevens High School
Hi all: First quarter grades have been stored and are now available for viewing on the Parent Portal in Powerschool. You can also see the short version of the report card there as well. We are mailing out the long version, which will include how your student is doing in the learning targets and competencies and other important information on their grades. If you currently do not have access to Powerschool please contact the school so we can help you get that access so you can monitor your students grades, absences etc. on a daily basis. Eligibility for playing winter sports is contingent on 1st quarter grades. Based on NHIAA rules students cannot be failing two or more of their classes. Any athlete who is currently not eligible based on 1st quarter grades will be placed on Academic Probation for two weeks for the purpose of recovering a passing grade. It is the responsibility of the student-athlete to work with their teachers on how and when this will be done.  Reminder: All seniors are required to attend Monday advisories regardless of their grades. Any senior who has a failing grade is expected to be in school Tuesday through Friday to participate in FLEX for remediation. If they do not it is marked as Absent Unexcused. Seniors also will need 48 hours of community service in order to be eligible to graduate in June. They should reach out to their school counselor with any questions on how to go about getting those hours. Thank you and I hope you all have a healthy and safe Thanksgiving. Pat Barry, Principal
7 months ago, Stevens High School
Since Monday there have been 5 positive cases of COVID identified at Stevens High School. One each on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and two additional cases today.
7 months ago, Stevens High School
Quarter One grades have been stored in PS and parents can access them on the Parent Portal, along with the short version of the report card. The long version will be sent home in the mail in the next few days.
7 months ago, Stevens High School
Just a reminder that your Senior Picture information MUST BE TURNED IN BY NOV. 30. Here is the link to send me all your information Thanks Ms. Walsh Senior Yearbook Form - copy and paste the url below: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfDXHtr66HlDPLM1882ir3PDeahfaIzii69_u03SK3JaTV5cg/viewform
8 months ago, Stevens High School
Yesterday, November 9th, 2021 there was another confirmed case of COVID at Stevens High School and today there was an additional case. Please follow state guidelines for staying safe and healthy and for quarantining.
8 months ago, Stevens High School
Good Afternoon! AFROTC and USAFA are leading sources in commissioning Space Force Officers. Attached is a flyer about an amazing opportunity to learn more about the youngest branch in the United States military-United States Space Force. Topic: Space Force- Youngest Branch of the United States Military Thursday, 18 November at 10:00am CT (11:00am EST) Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://www.zoomgov.com/j/1606940325?pwd=MFFlNGNVN2pIYndpd3QwTnRYSGlwZz09 Passcode: 325941 Or One tap mobile : US: +16692545252,,1606940325# or +15512851373,,1606940325# Or Telephone: Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location): US: +1 669 254 5252 or +1 551 285 1373 or +1 646 828 7666 or +1 669 216 1590 Webinar ID: 160 694 0325 International numbers available: https://www.zoomgov.com/u/abzqLBY4UF -- Also, we noticed a few errors in the virtual visit links. Below are the correct links. November 10th 10:00am-10:30am: https://zoom.us/j/98248438561?pwd=KzN5OXVsNU15K0R0R21TK2xLMVRaQT09 November 12th 10:35am-11:30am: https://zoom.us/j/93070074200?pwd=TmhseUoyM1RFdWY4RkV5MEpKOEpYZz09 November 17th 1:36pm-2:15pm: https://zoom.us/j/97055460723?pwd=NE5BTzVIUnVkaHF3YllEZm8rL0V5dz09 November 19th 11:40am-12:20pm: https://zoom.us/j/99502926216?pwd=c0t1R3o3dUY4MmFFTkxIb1dQaXlyQT09 We hope to see at these amazing events!
8 months ago, Stevens High School
Hi all: Just a reminder that Monday, November 8th is Parent/Teacher Conferences and no school for students. All conferences are virtual and we hope that you will take the opportunity to meet with your child's teachers from 12:30 to 8:00 p.m. If you have not yet set up a conference please email the teachers (first letter of first name followed by last name and @sau6.org ie: pbarry@sau6.org) for a time. Also, since Thursday 11/11/21 is Veteran's Day, there will be no school then either. Thank you and enjoy the rest of your weekend. Pat Barry, Principal
8 months ago, Stevens High School
November 4, 2021 Dear Stevens High School Parents, Guardians, Students, and Staff, This letter is to communicate that at Stevens, there have been four additional positive cases of COVID since yesterday. Per standard protocol, please follow the recommendations as outlined by the NH Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Unvaccinated students who are found to be positive must quarantine for 20 days, if they are not able to completely isolate themselves within their family and community. The recommendations may be found here: self-observation guidelines. I have included the following documents for you to reference regarding quarantining, self-observation, and isolation: file:///C:/Users/patricia%20barry/Dropbox/My%20PC%20(SAU-06501)/Downloads/school-childcare-toolkit-2021-2022%20(3).pdf file:///C:/Users/patricia%20barry/Dropbox/My%20PC%20(SAU-06501)/Downloads/self-isolation-unable.pdf file:///C:/Users/patricia%20barry/Dropbox/My%20PC%20(SAU-06501)/Downloads/self-isolation-able.pdf If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our lead nurse Roni Januszewski,RN at vjanuszewski@sau6.org or your school nurse Ruth Smolnik, RN via email at rsmolnik@sau6.org . Thank you for your continued efforts in keeping our schools and community safe during these times. We will continue to mask, social distance, and sanitize as directed by our Matrix. Our top priority is to keep our students happy, safe, and in school. Please remember to complete the home screening tool daily, and if you're not feeling well, please stay home. Sincerely, Patricia Barry Principal, Stevens High School 603-543-4220 ext. 1004
8 months ago, Stevens High School
SHS Student Council is hosting a food drive that will benefit the Claremont Soup Kitchen. If you'd like to donate, please bring NON-PERISHABLE ITEMS to the red boxes located in the entryway of the main office. In the coming days, we will also have a donation box set up in the exit vestibule at Hannaford. The food drive will run through November 19th. All donations are helpful! Please reach out to a Student Council officer or Ms. Coughlin if you have any questions. Anyone bringing food from outside the building should come to the Event Entrance and we will collect it from you there. Thank you!!!
8 months ago, Stevens High School
November 3, 2021 Dear Stevens High School Parents, Guardians, Students, and Staff, This letter is to communicate that at Stevens, there have been two additional positive cases of COVID as of yesterday, November 2nd, 2021. Per standard protocol, please follow the recommendations as outlined by the NH Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Unvaccinated students who are found to be positive must quarantine for 20 days, if they are not able to completely isolate themselves within their family and community. The recommendations may be found here: self-observation guidelines. I have included the following documents for you to reference regarding quarantining, self-observation, and isolation: file:///C:/Users/patricia%20barry/Dropbox/My%20PC%20(SAU-06501)/Downloads/school-childcare-toolkit-2021-2022%20(3).pdf file:///C:/Users/patricia%20barry/Dropbox/My%20PC%20(SAU-06501)/Downloads/self-isolation-unable.pdf file:///C:/Users/patricia%20barry/Dropbox/My%20PC%20(SAU-06501)/Downloads/self-isolation-able.pdf If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our lead nurse Roni Januszewski,RN at vjanuszewski@sau6.org or your school nurse Ruth Smolnik, RN via email at rsmolnik@sau6.org . Thank you for your continued efforts in keeping our schools and community safe during these times. We will continue to mask, social distance, and sanitize as directed by our Matrix. Our top priority is to keep our students happy, safe, and in school. Please remember to complete the home screening tool daily, and if you're not feeling well, please stay home. Sincerely, Patricia Barry Principal, Stevens High School 603-543-4220 ext. 1004
8 months ago, Stevens High School
We’re thrilled to announce the new app for SAU #6! Access documents, news updates, even emergency notifications! Download the app on Android: https://bit.ly/3nqMk3x or iPhone: https://apple.co/2YRFtpA
8 months ago, SAU #6
sau 6 new app
As the holidays approach, SAU 6 will again be partnering with local agencies to provide food boxes at Thanksgiving and Christmas. If your family is in need, please reach out to Ms.Porter by Friday November 5, 2021. cporter@sau6.org, 6035434220 x1049 After signing up, families will be provided with pick up information.
8 months ago, Stevens High School
Reminder that Parent/Teacher conferences are virtual this year and will be taking place from 12:30 - 8:00 p.m. Please contact your child's teacher and/or school counselor to set up a time to meet on that day.
8 months ago, Stevens High School
October 29, 2021 Dear Stevens High School Parents, Guardians, Students, and Staff, This letter is to communicate that at Stevens, there have been two additional positive cases of COVID today. Per standard protocol, please follow the recommendations as outlined by the NH Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Students who are found to be positive must quarantine for 20 days if they are not able to completely isolate themselves within their family and community.  The recommendations may be found here: self-observation guidelines.  I have included the following documents for you to reference regarding quarantining, self-observation, and isolation: file:///C:/Users/patricia%20barry/Dropbox/My%20PC%20(SAU-06501)/Downloads/school-childcare-toolkit-2021-2022%20(3).pdf         file:///C:/Users/patricia%20barry/Dropbox/My%20PC%20(SAU-06501)/Downloads/self-isolation-unable.pdf file:///C:/Users/patricia%20barry/Dropbox/My%20PC%20(SAU-06501)/Downloads/self-isolation-able.pdf If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our lead nurse Roni Januszewski,RN at vjanuszewski@sau6.org or your school nurse Ruth Smolnik, RN via email at rsmolnik@sau6.org .  Thank you for your continued efforts in keeping our schools and community safe during these times. We will continue to mask, social distance, and sanitize as directed by our Matrix.   Our top priority is to keep our students happy, safe, and in school.  Please remember to complete the home screening tool daily, and if you're not feeling well, please stay home.  Sincerely, Patricia Barry Principal, Stevens High School 603-543-4220 ext. 1004
8 months ago, Stevens High School
Reminder that all students should have returned the Acceptable Use Policy for Technology so they could receive their district Chromebook. The expectation is that students arrive each day with their computer charged and ready to use for class. We do not have loaners available and students who do not come to school prepared will received detentions from their teachers. Please help your student be ready for academic success by ensuring that they always have their charger with them and that their computer is fully charged at the start of each school day.
8 months ago, Stevens High School
Reminder that this Friday is an Early Release Day. Students will be done with classes at 10:08 and lunch will be served as a grab and go until busses arrive at 10:36.
8 months ago, Stevens High School
Did you know SAU 6 is developing a mobile app? You can find it in the App Store or Google Play Store!
11 months ago, SAU 6
Laptop with smartphone