• Thursday, June 18, 2020

    Posted by Roberta Endich on 6/18/2020

    Good Morning,

    Happy Friday-Eve. Today is Thursday, June 18th.  Our dew point has returned to 60 and it is going to feel sticky today with a new span of humidity upon us. Temperatures could reach as high as 75. Make sure you stay hydrated throughout the day. The secret to good hydration is to not allow yourself to feel thirsty by drinking water periodically through the day.

     

    Remember, today is the last day to  return your books 11:00 - 3:00 in the gym. Please email Mr. Fleming if you have any questions about book returns. You do not return your ipads until your senior year.

     

    Low tide is at 7:22 this morning. The high tide will be at 12:37. Sunset is at 8:17.



    Max’s Weekly Weather

     

     

     

    Wellness Activities:

     

    Student Opportunities:

    Gratitude Notes for Healthcare Workers

    • The Class of 2022 is currently receiving letters of gratitude for our frontline healthcare workers and dispersing them to local healthcare facilities. 

    • Send a letter to one of the volunteers listed in the pdf below who will then deliver them to the assigned healthcare facility.

    • Don’t know what to write in your letter? See the example below for ideas.

    • Please send your letters by June 19th!

     

    Thought for the Day: Responsibility for Others

    As we slowly move back to a world beyond quarantine, we have an opportunity to practice empathy in a very concrete way: wearing masks and practicing social distancing. When you wear a mask you send the message that you care about the health of others. When you practice social distancing you show that you care about the health of others. These two actions make us all part of the same team. We all benefit from being part of something larger than ourselves. Oddly, wearing a mask and keeping your distance - behaviors that in another time would seem antisocial - are the two things we can all do now to show we are united.



    Talk for the Day: 

    As America becomes more and more multicultural, Rich Benjamin noticed a phenomenon: Some communities were actually getting less diverse. So he got out a map, found the whitest towns in the USA -- and moved in. In this funny, honest, human talk, he shares what he learned as a black man in Whitopia.

     

    My road trip through the whitest town in America

     

    Be healthy, be nice, choose learning

     

    Peace,

    Chris

     

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  • Tuesday, June 16

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 6/16/2020

    Good Morning,

    Today is Tuesday, June 16th. Another calm and cool day with full sunshine. Perfect weather for exercising.  

     

    Your class schedules for next year will be sent to you in early August. We have to wait to learn about the guidelines for the fall that will be given to us by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. We are hopeful for a full return to school, but need to know the state plan before we can finalize any schedules.

     

    Remember you can begin returning your books today 11:00 - 3:00 in the gym  Returns can also be made on Wednesday and Thursday.

     

    High tide is at 10:57 this morning. The low tide will be at 5:59. Sunset is at 8:17.



    Max’s Weekly Weather

     

     

     

    Wellness Activities:

     

    Student Opportunities:

    Gratitude Notes for Healthcare Workers

    • The Class of 2022 is currently receiving letters of gratitude for our frontline healthcare workers and dispersing them to local healthcare facilities. 

    • Send a letter to one of the volunteers listed in the pdf below who will then deliver them to the assigned healthcare facility.

    • Don’t know what to write in your letter? See the example below for ideas.

    • Please send your letters by June 19th!

     

    Thought for the Day: Need for Intersectionality Theory

    Intersectionality is a theory used for identifying a person or group of people who are impacted by a number of discriminations.  These are people with overlapping identities (example: races and gender) that cause them to be discriminated against on multiple accounts. Too often our laws place a person into a single category such as race. Intersectionality allows us to create laws that recognize and protect people who fall into multiple categories. The importance of such a framework is that it enables us to name the problem (example: discrimination and violence against black women), know the stories of the victims, say their names, and take action: 

    Natasha McKenna

    Alexia Christian

    Shelly Frey

    Kayla Moore

    Michelle Cusseaux

     Tanisha Anderson

    Rekia Boyd

    Aiyanna Stanley Jones

    Shantel Davis

    Aura Rosser

    Gabriella Nevarez

    India Kager

    Kendra James

    Kyam Livingston

    Alesia Thomas

    Meagan Hockaday

    Miriam Carey

    Pearlie Golden

    Yvette Smith

    Kisha Michael

    India Beaty

    Symone Marshall

    Jessica Williams

    Korryn Gaines

    Deborah Danner

     

    Talk for the Day: 

    Now more than ever, it's important to look boldly at the reality of race and gender bias -- and understand how the two can combine to create even more harm. Kimberlé Crenshaw uses the term "intersectionality" to describe this phenomenon; as she says, if you're standing in the path of multiple forms of exclusion, you're likely to get hit by both. In this moving talk, she calls on us to bear witness to this reality and speak up for victims of prejudice.

     

    The agency of intersectionality

     

    Be healthy, be nice, choose learning

     

    Peace,

    Chris

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  • Monday, June 15, 2020

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 6/15/2020

    Good Morning,

    Today is Monday, June 15th. Our last Monday of classes before summer. Today will be cloudy and cooler with temperatures staying in the 60s through the day. Good walking weather.

     

    Remember to return your books this week: 11:00 - 3:00 in the gym Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

     

    High tide is at 10:04 this morning. The low tide will be at 5:11. Sunset is at 8:16.



    Max’s Weekly Weather



    Morning Welcome Guest

    Thank you to Mrs. McCully and her class for their work on our “Morning Welcome Guest Project” this year. Hoping the morning guest becomes a new tradition for how we begin our days together when we are all able to be back together at school.

     

     

    Wellness Activities:

     

    Student Opportunities:

    Gratitude Notes for Healthcare Workers

    • The Class of 2022 is currently receiving letters of gratitude for our frontline healthcare workers and dispersing them to local healthcare facilities. 

    • Send a letter to one of the volunteers listed in the pdf below who will then deliver them to the assigned healthcare facility.

    • Don’t know what to write in your letter? See the example below for ideas.

    • Please send your letters by June 19th!

     

    Thought for the Day: Create We-serving Systems

    The systems that shape our lives  have been made by others. Too often those systems of self serving, which also means they do not serve those who did not create them. What if we created systems designed to serve the well-being of everyone? The purpose of these we-serving systems would be to ensure access for all and to celebrate the talents of everyone. Think about a system or a practice that marginalizes a group of people or gives power to a select few, then imagine a system that would replace it with inclusion and shared power.



    Talk for the Day: 

    Who are you? To answer this question, artist Shantell Martin followed her pen. In this brilliantly visual talk featuring her signature freestyle line work -- drawn across everything from the screens of Times Square to the bodies of New York City Ballet dancers -- Martin shares how she found freedom and a new perspective through art. See how drawing can connect your heart to your hand and deepen your connection with the world.

     

    How drawing can set you free



    Be healthy, be nice, choose learning

     

    Peace,

    Chris

     

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  • Friday, June 12, 2020

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 6/12/2020

    Good Morning,

    Happy Friday, June 12th. Today is going to feel sticky again with clouds, but the rain should fade away this morning and temperatures will reach into the low 70s. Important to stay hydrated today because of the high dew point.

    This is the last weekend before summer begins. Make sure you have a plan for finishing out the week and communicating with your teachers.

    Book Returns: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 11:00 - 3:00 you can return your books to the high school. Book collection is taking place in the gym because of the rain we are expecting next week. You do not have to return your ipad. We collect those at the end of your senior year. Contact Mr. Fleming if you have any questions.

    High tide is at 7:19 this morning. The low tide will be at 2:39 this afternoon. Sunset is at 8:15.

    Max’s Weekly Weather



    Morning Welcome Guest

    Email your morning welcome to: nrhsmorningwelcome@nausetschools.org. Keep your message to one minute and include the following: introduce yourself by first name only, describe the location of your recording, describe something interesting/healthy/fun/thoughtful that you have been doing, and share a wish you have for everyone.

    Wellness Activities:

    Student Opportunities:

    Gratitude Notes for Healthcare Workers

    • The Class of 2022 is currently receiving letters of gratitude for our frontline healthcare workers and dispersing them to local healthcare facilities. 

    • Send a letter to one of the volunteers listed in the pdf below who will then deliver them to the assigned healthcare facility.

    • Don’t know what to write in your letter? See the example below for ideas.

    • Please send your letters by June 19th!

    Student Work

    • Congratulations to our Honors Acting students for finding a way to learn, perform and collaborate during these times. Yet another example of the perseverance of our school community. Nothing can get in the way of our progress. Enjoy and thank you to the group for leaning in and moving forward.

     

    Honors Acting Variety Show  

     

    Thought for the Day: Keep the Conversation Going

    An understanding of the history of racism is essential and should serve as a foundation. And we must take the next step by studying what is happening today. How is the history of slavery playing out today? How are the words we use causing pain? How are our laws still discriminating? We need to listen to each other’s stories to understand who they are. We need to talk about our history, the statistics, and white privilege. Only if we pull all of these things together will we be able to move forward at last.

    Talk for the Day: 

    Over the last year, Priya Vulchi and Winona Guo traveled to all 50 US states, collecting personal stories about race and intersectionality. Now they're on a mission to equip every American with the tools to understand, navigate and improve a world structured by racial division. In a dynamic talk, Vulchi and Guo pair the personal stories they've collected with research and statistics to reveal two fundamental gaps in our racial literacy -- and how we can overcome them.

    What it takes to be racially literate

     

    Be healthy, be nice, choose learning

    Peace,

    Chris

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  • Thursday, June 11, 2020

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 6/10/2020

    Good Morning,

    Happy Friday-Eve. Today is Thursday, June 11th. Cloudy again today and the dew point is over that magic number of 60 when everything really starts to stick and ice-filled classes start to sweat. No rain today, but rain and hopefully some relief from the humidity is coming our way. We won't get much warmer than 70 and the winds are going to pick up a bit.

     

    Thursdays are good for closing out some work and putting together a solid plan for Friday so you can head into the weekend without too much hanging over your head. A productive Thursday sets you up to feel like the week went well and you are on top of things. Thursday is not a day to tell yourself you will get “it” done on the weekend. 

     

    High tide is at 6:46 this morning. The low tide will be at 1:28 this afternoon. Sunset is at 8:15.

     

    Underclass Awards - Tonight, 6:30, YouTube Premiere
    We will host our Underclass Awards ceremony tonight at 6:30 pm.  Join us in celebrating the many accomplishments of our current freshmen, sophomore and junior classes.   Students will be acknowledged with various awards presented by clubs, organizations, and departments. The ceremony can be viewed on YouTube Premiere by clicking on this link:  https://youtu.be/-hvamiFoxGk  Congratulations to the students and their families.

     

    Max’s Weekly Weather



    Morning Welcome Guest

     

    Email your morning welcome to: nrhsmorningwelcome@nausetschools.org. Keep your message to one minute and include the following: introduce yourself by first name only, describe the location of your recording, describe something interesting/healthy/fun/thoughtful that you have been doing, and share a wish you have for everyone.

     

    Wellness Activities:

     

    Student Opportunities:

    Gratitude Notes for Healthcare Workers

    • The Class of 2022 is currently receiving letters of gratitude for our frontline healthcare workers and dispersing them to local healthcare facilities. 

    • Send a letter to one of the volunteers listed in the pdf below who will then deliver them to the assigned healthcare facility.

    • Don’t know what to write in your letter? See the example below for ideas.

    • Please send your letters by June 19th!

    Student Work

    • Congratulations to our Honors Acting students for finding a way to learn, perform and collaborate during these times. Yet another example of the perseverance of our school community. Nothing can get in the way of our progress. Enjoy and thank you to the group for leaning in and moving forward.

     Honors Acting Variety Show

     

    Thought for the Day: Dialogue about our history will move us toward Peace

    Our country has a history of racism. We cannot erase our history. An open and honest dialogue about our history can help us to understand how the past is influencing how we live day to day. 

     

    An awareness of how history frames our behavior will enable us to take action and take some control over our behavior so that we can live together in new ways based on our mutual love for each other. 

    The pandemic has brought out our empathy, George Floyd’s murder has created a universal dialogue about racism. Exercising our empathy across racial divides and changing the systems that divide us will set us all free at last.

     

    Talk for the Day: 

    Conceptual artist and TED Fellow Sanford Biggers uses painting, sculpture, video and performance to spark challenging conversations about the history and trauma of black America. Join him as he details two compelling works and shares the motivation behind his art. "Only through more thoughtful dialogue about history and race can we evolve as individuals and society," Biggers says.

     

    An artist’s unflinching look at racial violence





    Be healthy, be nice, choose learning

     

    Peace,

    Chris

     

     

    Daily Schedule                                                                      

    Monday - Thursday

    A  Mondays, B Tuesdays, A Wednesdays, B Thursdays

    Friday

    Morning Announcements 

    8:30-9:00 (30 minutes)

    8:30-9:00 (30 minutes)

    Block 1 (A1/B1)

    9:00-9:45 (45 minutes)

    9:00 - 2:45

    • Non- Google Meet/Zoom Day

    • Ongoing Work for Students 

    • Department Meetings

    • Teacher-Teacher Conferencing

    • Curriculum Development

    • Teachers available asynchronously for students

    Block 2 (A2/B2)  

    10:00-10:45 (45 minutes)

    Block 3 (A3/B3) 

    11:00-11:45 (45 minutes)

    Lunch 

    12:00-1:00 (60 minutes)

    Block 4 (A4/ B Extra Help)

    1:00-1:45 (45 minutes)

    Extra Help Block

    2:00-2:45  (extra help)



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  • Wednesday, June 10, 2020

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 6/10/2020

    Good Morning,

    Today is Wednesday, June 10th. Looks like another cloudy day. Winds do pick up a bit, but our dew point is still in the 50s so it will feel sticky. No chance of rain coming from the clouds we have, so over all another calm day. Good weather for getting work done to clear the way for a good weekend.

     

    We have reached the middle of the week. This is the day to keep focused with an eye on any work that is due by the end of the week. Review your plan for the week and make any necessary adjustments so you can reach the goals you set for yourself on Monday.

     

    High tide is at 5:35 this morning. The low tide will be at 12:58 this afternoon. Sunset is at 8:14.



    Max’s Weekly Weather



    Morning Welcome Guest

     

    Email your morning welcome to: nrhsmorningwelcome@nausetschools.org. Keep your message to one minute and include the following: introduce yourself by first name only, describe the location of your recording, describe something interesting/healthy/fun/thoughtful that you have been doing, and share a wish you have for everyone.

     

    Wellness Activities:

     

    Student Opportunities:

    Gratitude Notes for Healthcare Workers

    • The Class of 2022 is currently receiving letters of gratitude for our frontline healthcare workers and dispersing them to local healthcare facilities. 

    • Send a letter to one of the volunteers listed in the pdf below who will then deliver them to the assigned healthcare facility.

    • Don’t know what to write in your letter? See the example below for ideas.

    • Please send your letters by June 19th!

    Student Work

     

     

    Thought for the Day: Studying is How We Can Solve Problems

    Too often we react to problems by focusing on the observable symptoms instead of digging in to find the actual cause of the observed behavior. A bucket placed under a leaking pipe does not stop the water from dripping.

     

    Research and analysis of data enables us to get to the “root” of problems, which brings about solutions that last. This means fixing what is fundamentally broken. Cutting the water supply to the leaking pipe and replacing the cracked portion of the pipe will stop the water from dripping.

     

    Racism is not an impossible problem to solve. It is a problem that has not been measured and studied deeply enough to identify the behaviors and policies that are at its core and need to change. We must ask ourselves what laws and policies perpetuate racism. Why the disparity in income, education, incarceration, and health? Only when we change our policies and laws, we will see racism begin to fade. Marches and protests are a necessary step to increase awareness, but lasting change will have to cut much deeper into the design of our systems.

     

    Talk for the Day: 

    When we define racism as behaviors instead of feelings, we can measure it -- and transform it from an impossible problem into a solvable one, says justice scientist Dr. Phillip Atiba Goff. In an actionable talk, he shares his work at the Center for Policing Equity, an organization that helps police departments diagnose and track racial gaps in policing in order to eliminate them. Learn more about their data-driven approach -- and how you can get involved with the work that still needs to be done. (This ambitious plan is part of the Audacious Project, TED's initiative to inspire and fund global change.)



    How we can make racism a solvable problem - and improve policing



    Be healthy, be nice, choose learning

     

    Peace,

    Chris

     

     

    Daily Schedule                                                                      

    Monday - Thursday

    A  Mondays, B Tuesdays, A Wednesdays, B Thursdays

    Friday

    Morning Announcements 

    8:30-9:00 (30 minutes)

    8:30-9:00 (30 minutes)

    Block 1 (A1/B1)

    9:00-9:45 (45 minutes)

    9:00 - 2:45

    • Non- Google Meet/Zoom Day

    • Ongoing Work for Students 

    • Department Meetings

    • Teacher-Teacher Conferencing

    • Curriculum Development

    • Teachers available asynchronously for students

    Block 2 (A2/B2)  

    10:00-10:45 (45 minutes)

    Block 3 (A3/B3) 

    11:00-11:45 (45 minutes)

    Lunch 

    12:00-1:00 (60 minutes)

    Block 4 (A4/ B Extra Help)

    1:00-1:45 (45 minutes)

    Extra Help Block

    2:00-2:45  (extra help)

     

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  • Tuesday, June 9, 2020

    Posted by Roberta Endich on 6/9/2020

    Good Morning,

    Today is Tuesday, June 9th. Looks like a very still day today with little to no wind. Our dew point is in the 50s so it feels a little sticky, and we have clouds for the majority of the day. Temperatures will stay around 70. One of those quiet, calm days - a good day or getting things done.

     

    Tuesday is the day of the week to focus and stay out ahead of your plans. Set some goals for yourself before the day begins. This is a day to put in some extra time if necessary to reach your goals before we hit the middle of the week.

     

    Low tide is at 12:08 this afternoon. The high tide will be at 5:27 this afternoon. Sunset is at 8:14.



    Max’s Weekly Weather



    Morning Welcome Guest

     

    Email your morning welcome to: nrhsmorningwelcome@nausetschools.org. Keep your message to one minute and include the following: introduce yourself by first name only, describe the location of your recording, describe something interesting/healthy/fun/thoughtful that you have been doing, and share a wish you have for everyone.

     

    Wellness Activities:

     

    Student Opportunities:

    Gratitude Notes for Healthcare Workers

    • The Class of 2022 is currently receiving letters of gratitude for our frontline healthcare workers and dispersing them to local healthcare facilities. 

    • Send a letter to one of the volunteers listed in the pdf below who will then deliver them to the assigned healthcare facility.

    • Don’t know what to write in your letter? See the example below for ideas.

    • Please send your letters by June 19th!

    Student Work

     

     

    Thought for the Day: 

    "White silence" is a phrase that's been amplified online and in recent conversations about the protests over racial inequality across the U.S. But the phenomenon is nothing new to those who have experienced and witnessed injustices. We hear from some of them, and then Michelle Saahene, co-founder of From Privilege to Progress, joins CBSN to discuss this topic and her movement aimed at driving the conversation forward.

     

    Understanding White Silence




    Talk for the Day: 

    In a breathtaking, jazz-inflected spoken-word performance, TED Fellow Marc Bamuthi Joseph shares a Black father's tender and wrenching internal reflection on the pride and terror of seeing his son enter adulthood.

     

    You have the Rite



    Be healthy, be nice, choose learning

     

    Peace,

    Chris

     

     

    Daily Schedule                                                                      

    Monday - Thursday

    A  Mondays, B Tuesdays, A Wednesdays, B Thursdays

    Friday

    Morning Announcements 

    8:30-9:00 (30 minutes)

    8:30-9:00 (30 minutes)

    Block 1 (A1/B1)

    9:00-9:45 (45 minutes)

    9:00 - 2:45

    • Non- Google Meet/Zoom Day

    • Ongoing Work for Students 

    • Department Meetings

    • Teacher-Teacher Conferencing

    • Curriculum Development

    • Teachers available asynchronously for students

    Block 2 (A2/B2)  

    10:00-10:45 (45 minutes)

    Block 3 (A3/B3) 

    11:00-11:45 (45 minutes)

    Lunch 

    12:00-1:00 (60 minutes)

    Block 4 (A4/ B Extra Help)

    1:00-1:45 (45 minutes)

    Extra Help Block

    2:00-2:45  (extra help)



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  • Monday, June 8, 2020

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 6/8/2020

    Good Morning,

    Today is Monday, June 8th. We are going to enjoy a beautiful sunny day with temperatures in the high 60s. Perfect walking weather to sort through all that is happening and give some thought to how you will be part of the new world we are all building together. 

     

    Today is the first day of Phase Two. Things are opening up. Now - more than ever - is a time for taking personal responsibility for the impact you have on others. When you wear a mask you show you care about the health of others and their families. When you practice social distancing you show you respect for the space of others. Each time you wash your hands you recognize the importance of your health.

     

    If we all act responsibly, then we will continue moving forward together.

     

    Low tide is at 11:19 this morning. The high tide will be at 4:37 this afternoon. Sunset is at 8:13.



    Max’s Weekly Weather

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    Morning Welcome Guest

     

    Email your morning welcome to: nrhsmorningwelcome@nausetschools.org. Keep your message to one minute and include the following: introduce yourself by first name only, describe the location of your recording, describe something interesting/healthy/fun/thoughtful that you have been doing, and share a wish you have for everyone.

     

    Wellness Activities:

     

    Student Opportunities:

    Gratitude Notes for Healthcare Workers

    • The Class of 2022 is currently receiving letters of gratitude for our frontline healthcare workers and dispersing them to local healthcare facilities. 

    • Send a letter to one of the volunteers listed in the pdf below who will then deliver them to the assigned healthcare facility.

    • Don’t know what to write in your letter? See the example below for ideas.

    • Please send your letters by June 19th!

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    Student Work

     

    Thought for the Day: 

     

    Implicit Bias



    Talk for the Day: 

    As kids, we all get advice from parents and teachers that seems strange, even confusing. This was crystallized one night for a young Clint Smith, who was playing with water guns in a dark parking lot with his white friends. In a heartfelt piece, the poet paints the scene of his father's furious and fearful response.

     

    How to raise a black on in America

     

    Be healthy, be nice, choose learning

     

    Peace,

    Chris

     

     

    Daily Schedule                                                                      

    Monday - Thursday

    A  Mondays, B Tuesdays, A Wednesdays, B Thursdays

    Friday

    Morning Announcements 

    8:30-9:00 (30 minutes)

    8:30-9:00 (30 minutes)

    Block 1 (A1/B1)

    9:00-9:45 (45 minutes)

    9:00 - 2:45

    • Non- Google Meet/Zoom Day

    • Ongoing Work for Students 

    • Department Meetings

    • Teacher-Teacher Conferencing

    • Curriculum Development

    • Teachers available asynchronously for students

    Block 2 (A2/B2)  

    10:00-10:45 (45 minutes)

    Block 3 (A3/B3) 

    11:00-11:45 (45 minutes)

    Lunch 

    12:00-1:00 (60 minutes)

    Block 4 (A4/ B Extra Help)

    1:00-1:45 (45 minutes)

    Extra Help Block

    2:00-2:45  (extra help)

     

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  • Friday, June 5, 2020

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 6/5/2020

    Good Morning,

    Today is Friday, June 5th. Today we will see rain on and off throughout the day and it will feel sticky with the dew point reaching just over 60. Temperatures will stay in the mid 60s, so not a cold day, but you will want to bring your umbrella and coat with you whenever you leave the house.

     

    This is a good weekend to map out the rest of the term for each of your classes. Make a calendar of what is happening in your life between now and the end of school, then put in the due dates for your assignments so there will be no surprises. A clear plan can put you at ease by showing you how you will get it all finished while still having some time for yourself.

     

    Low tide is at 8:47 this morning. The high tide will be at 2:02 this afternoon. Sunset is at 8:11.



    Max’s Weekly Weather

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    Morning Welcome Guest

     

    Email your morning welcome to: nrhsmorningwelcome@nausetschools.org. Keep your message to one minute and include the following: introduce yourself by first name only, describe the location of your recording, describe something interesting/healthy/fun/thoughtful that you have been doing, and share a wish you have for everyone.

     

    Wellness Activities:

     

    Student Work

     

    Thought for the Day:

     

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    Talk for the Day: 

     

    Born out of a social media post, the Black Lives Matter movement has sparked discussion about race and inequality across the world. In this spirited conversation with Mia Birdsong, the movement's three founders share what they've learned about leadership and what provides them with hope and inspiration in the face of painful realities. Their advice on how to participate in ensuring freedom for everybody: join something, start something and "sharpen each other, so that we all can rise."

     

    An Interview with the Founders of Black Lives Matter



    Be healthy, be nice, choose learning

     

    Peace,

    Chris

     

     

    Daily Schedule                                                                      

    Monday - Thursday

    A  Mondays, B Tuesdays, A Wednesdays, B Thursdays

    Friday

    Morning Announcements 

    8:30-9:00 (30 minutes)

    8:30-9:00 (30 minutes)

    Block 1 (A1/B1)

    9:00-9:45 (45 minutes)

    9:00 - 2:45

    • Non- Google Meet/Zoom Day

    • Ongoing Work for Students 

    • Department Meetings

    • Teacher-Teacher Conferencing

    • Curriculum Development

    • Teachers available asynchronously for students

    Block 2 (A2/B2)  

    10:00-10:45 (45 minutes)

    Block 3 (A3/B3) 

    11:00-11:45 (45 minutes)

    Lunch 

    12:00-1:00 (60 minutes)

    Block 4 (A4/ B Extra Help)

    1:00-1:45 (45 minutes)

    Extra Help Block

    2:00-2:45  (extra help)




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  • Thursday, June 4, 2020

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 6/4/2020

    Christopher Ellsasser

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    Good Morning,

    Happy Friday-Eve. Today is Thursday, June 4th. Today is going to feel like a legitimate summer day with temperatures in the 70s. A perfect afternoon for a long walk after you have your work behind you for the day. 


    Remember as the weather improves it becomes even more important to follow a work schedule so you can keep up with your assignments. Give yourself every opportunity to be successful by making sure your work is organized into clear blocks of time, then all you have to do is follow the plan you wrote. Give each subject a very specific amount of time and then use all of that time for that subject.


    Low tide is at 7:53 this morning. The high tide will be at 1:08 this afternoon. Sunset is at 8:11.




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    Morning Welcome Guest


    Email your morning welcome to: nrhsmorningwelcome@nausetschools.org. Keep your message to one minute and include the following: introduce yourself by first name only, describe the location of your recording, describe something interesting/healthy/fun/thoughtful that you have been doing, and share a wish you have for everyone.

     

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    Thought for the Day:

     

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    Talk for the Day: 

     

    Why does race matter so profoundly for health? David R. Williams developed a scale to measure the impact of discrimination on well-being, going beyond traditional measures like income and education to reveal how factors like implicit bias, residential segregation and negative stereotypes create and sustain inequality. In this eye-opening talk, Williams presents evidence for how racism is producing a rigged system -- and offers hopeful examples of programs across the US that are working to dismantle discrimination.


    How racism makes us sick



    Be healthy, be nice, choose learning


    Peace,

    Chris

     

     

    Daily Schedule                                                                      

    Monday - Thursday

    A  Mondays, B Tuesdays, A Wednesdays, B Thursdays

    Friday

    Morning Announcements 

    8:30-9:00 (30 minutes)

    8:30-9:00 (30 minutes)

    Block 1 (A1/B1)

    9:00-9:45 (45 minutes)

    9:00 - 2:45

    • Non- Google Meet/Zoom Day

    • Ongoing Work for Students 

    • Department Meetings

    • Teacher-Teacher Conferencing

    • Curriculum Development

    • Teachers available asynchronously for students

    Block 2 (A2/B2)  

    10:00-10:45 (45 minutes)

    Block 3 (A3/B3) 

    11:00-11:45 (45 minutes)

    Lunch 

    12:00-1:00 (60 minutes)

    Block 4 (A4/ B Extra Help)

    1:00-1:45 (45 minutes)

    Extra Help Block

    2:00-2:45  (extra help)


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