NRHS Weekly Update

  • Weekly Updates

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 1/8/2021

    1/8/2021 High School Weekly Update

     

    Happy New Year,

     

    I hope everyone had the opportunity to get some rest during the school break. It has been wonderful to see students back on campus in classes whether sitting in classrooms in person or participating remotely from home. 

     

    We understand the unique challenges students are facing as they work to stay focused on academics during this time.  We are focusing our collective attention on student engagement. Specifically, we are working to support students with consistent attendance (hybrid and remote) and with being present during class whether through engaged screen time from home or engaged seat time in the classroom. 

     

    Please know that you can contact teachers, counselors, and administrators at any time if you need help supporting your kids as we make our way through these winter months.

     

    I wish everyone peace and good health in the New Year,

     

    Chris



    NRHS (Nauset Regional High School) Calendar of Events

    Our NRHS Calendar of Events is located on our school website. This calendar includes all high school events. When you click on an event you will see a brief description with essential details such as time, place, and the person to contact if you have questions. Please contact Neal Milan milann@nausetschools.org for any questions about our events calendar.

     

    Health Report

    Positive Case at  the High School

    Earlier this week we reported an individual at the high school testing positive for COVID -19. All close contacts have been notified and are quarantining for the required time before returning to campus.

     

    Please direct health related questions to our school nurse Karen Farrell, farrellk@nausetschools.org 

     

    Changing from Hybrid to Remote

    Any students needing to change from hybrid to remote for any period of time should have a parent or guardian contact the student’s guidance counselor to process the change. Having a record of the change enables teachers to plan accordingly and the school to make adjustments regarding bus transportation and food preparation.

     

    Picture Days Save the Date

    School pictures will take place on campus on the following days and times:

    • Monday, January 25th
      • 10:00am - 3:00pm,  hybrid students, auditorium, 
      • 3:00pm - 5:00pm remote students, auditorium
    • Tuesday, January 26th
      • 10:00am - 3:00pm hybrid students, auditorium, 
      • 3:00pm - 5:00pm remote students, auditorium

     

    Calendar Events

    • January 13th - Early Dismissal 11:52
    • January 18th - No School, Martin Luther King Day
    • February 5th - End of First Semester
    • February 15th - February 19th - Winter Break

     

    Happy Friday Note

    The “Happy Friday Notes” are weekly reflections from the Principal about education and our school community. The notes can be found on the Nauset Regional High School Principal’s Blog.

     

    Feedback About Our Communication

    If you have any thoughts about how we might improve our communication, please send your ideas to my assistant Wendy Spampinato at spampinatow@nausetschools.org

     

    Chris Ellsasser

    Principal, Nauset Regional High School

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  • Friday, December 18, 2020

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 12/18/2020

    12/18/2020

    High School Weekly Update

    NRHS (Nauset Regional High School) Calendar of Events

    Our NRHS Calendar of Events is located on our school website. This calendar includes all high school events. When you click on an event you will see a brief description with essential details such as time, place, and the person to contact if you have questions. Please contact Neal Milan milann@nausetschools.org for any questions about our events calendar.

     

    Health Report

    Travel and Process for Returning to School After Break

    As we approach the Holiday Break, we wanted to remind you of the state-mandated travel advisory. Please see the link below which outlines the advisory in detail.

    If any NRHS student or staff has traveled to a state that is considered "High Risk" and is colored RED on the map, they must have a negative COVID test ( PCR ) before returning to campus. The results must be received by the school via fax before returning to in-person learning. 

    If you choose not to test, your child must be quarantined for 14 days starting on the day you re-entered  MA. Please notify the school nurse of your decision to test or quarantine by phone or email (farrellk@nausetschools.org).

    Massachusetts COVID 19 Travel Order

    Please direct health related questions to our school nurse Karen Farrell, farrellk@nausetschools.org 

    Calendar Events

    • December 23nd, Wednesday is a remote early dismissal day with classes ending at 11:52
    • Holiday Break December 24th -  January 5th
    • Classes resume Tuesday, January 5th

    Happy Friday Note

    The “Happy Friday Notes” are weekly reflections from the Principal about education and our school community. The notes can be found on the Nauset Regional High School Principal’s Blog.

     

    Feedback About Our Communication

    If you have any thoughts about how we might improve our communication, please send your ideas to my assistant Wendy Spampinato at spampinatow@nausetschools.org

     

    Peace,

    Chris

     

    Chris Ellsasser

    Principal, Nauset Regional High School

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  • Friday, December 11

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 12/11/2020

    12/11/2020 High School Weekly Update

     

    NRHS (Nauset Regional High School) Calendar of Events

    Our NRHS Calendar of Events is located on our school website. This calendar includes all high school events. When you click on an event you will see a brief description with essential details such as time, place, and the person to contact if you have questions. Please contact Neal Milan milann@nausetschools.org for any questions about our events calendar.

     

    Student Wellness Survey - For Families

    In order to better understand how our students are feeling about themselves and their academic achievement, we ask that you complete this Student Wellness Survey that asks you to share your perception of how your kids are doing. This data from the survey will be combined with data being gathered through interviews with students to inform our ongoing professional development aimed at sustaining a balance between health and academic achievement.

     

    Student Wellness Survey - For Students
    In order to support you in your efforts to balance your health and academic achievement during these very trying times, we have created a Wellness Survey for you ro complete. We will use this information to frame our professional development and a review of the design of our academic program.

     

    Health Report

    An individual at the high school reported testing as a Probable positive for COVID-19. According to the directive from the Eastham Health Agent, a probable case is handled as positive until confirmed by a positive PCR molecular test. This case is probable because the individual tested positive on a Rapid Antigen COVID-19 Test. The case will be a confirmed positive case if the follow up PCR COVID-19 testing is also a positive result. Any close contacts who have been identified at the High School have been notified and will follow the quarantine and testing protocols in the same manner as would be done for a confirmed case. If the PCR test should turn out to be negative, then those in quarantine will be cleared to return to work/school.

     

    Calendar Events

    • December 23nd, Wednesday is an early dismissal with classes ending at 11:52
    • Holiday Break December 24th -  January 5th
    • Classes resume Tuesday, January 5th

     

    High School Food Drive

    December 7th - 11th please bring canned and dried goods to the front lobby of the school. Collection boxes will be placed in front of Mrs. LaBranche’s window. 

     

    Happy Friday Note

    The “Happy Friday Notes” are weekly reflections from the Principal about education and our school community. The notes can be found on the Nauset Regional High School Principal’s Blog.

     

    Feedback About Our Communication

    If you have any thoughts about how we might improve our communication, please send your ideas to my assistant Wendy Spampinato at spampinatow@nausetschools.org

     

    Peace,

    Chris

     

    Chris Ellsasser

    Principal, Nauset Regional High School

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  • December 4, 2020

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 12/4/2020

    12/4 High School Weekly Update

    NRHS (Nauset Regional High School) Calendar of Events

    Our NRHS Calendar of Events is located on our school website. This calendar includes all high school events. When you click on an event you will see a brief description with essential details such as time, place, and the person to contact if you have questions. Please contact Neal Milan milann@nausetschools.org for any questions about our events calendar.

     

    School Improvement Council

    The Council meets monthly to work on specific areas of the school for improvement aligned with the district’s strategic plan. Any parents, teachers or students interested in joining the council should contact Wendy Spampinato at spampinatow@nausetschools.org .

     

    Protocol for Switching from Hybrid to Remote

    • Students who are hybrid are expected to attend all in-person classes on campus.  When hybrid students take remote days on their designated in-person days our educational program, transportation, and food preparation are compromised.
    • Hybrid students who are experiencing COVID like symptoms should stay home and can access their classes remotely. 
    • Students wishing to change from hybrid to remote must contact their guidance counselor to begin the process for making such a change. In order to minimize disruption, any changes from hybrid to remote will remain in place until the end of a quarter.
    • Students switching from remote to hybrid will need to work with their guidance counselors to ensure there is room in the classroom and that transportation can be arranged prior to making such a change. 

     

    If you want to change from hybrid to remote, then contact your guidance counselor to discuss your reasons for wanting to switch.

     

    High School Food Drive

    December 7th - 11th please bring canned and dried goods to the front lobby of the school. Collection boxes will be placed in front of Mrs. LaBranche’s window. 

     

    Nurse’s Office: 

    Flu Vaccine Clinic
    NRHS will be holding a Flu Clinic on Dec 7th and 8th from 8am-10am by appointment only for students and staff.  The clinic will be held in the gym. Appointment times will be given when dropping off your completed registration forms in the Nurse’s Office.  You can find the registration forms here or pick up a copy in the Nurse’s office. Remember, ALL students are required to have flu vaccinations by December 31st!

    For more information contact the nurse's office at 508-619-5270.

    Happy Friday Note

    The “Happy Friday Notes” are weekly reflections from the Principal about education and our school community. The notes can be found on the Nauset Regional High School Principal’s Blog.

     

    Feedback About Our Communication

    If you have any thoughts about how we might improve our communication, please send your ideas to my assistant Wendy Spampinato at spampinatow@nausetschools.org

     

    Thank You,

    Chris

     

    Chris Ellsasser

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  • Friday November 20

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 11/20/2020

    11/20 High School Weekly Update

     

    Thanksgiving Break

    No school Wednesday, November 25th, 26th, 27th. Classes resume, Monday, November 30th.

    Nurse’s Office: 

    Flu Vaccine Clinic
    NRHS will be holding a Flu Clinic on Dec 7th and 8th from 8am-10am by appointment only for students and staff.  The clinic will be held in the gym. Appointment times will be given when dropping off your completed registration forms in the Nurse’s Office.  You can find the registration forms here or pick up a copy in the Nurse’s office. Remember, ALL students are required to have flu vaccinations by December 31st!

    Health Forms
    Health forms need to be returned to school. This includes any medication to be administered. Please click on the link to the required Health Forms  For more information contact the nurse's office at 508-619-5270.

    Health (COVID) Update

     

    Symptomatic Student Instructions

    If your student is displaying any COVID related symptoms, or feeling ill, please call the School Health office for guidance.  We are here to help you navigate through the policies!

     

    Coronavirus Self Check

    Please remember to complete a self check each day before coming to school.

     

    Travel and Process for Returning to School After Break

    The holidays are approaching and many families are planning to travel out of state. The Nursing Office wanted to remind you of the state-mandated travel advisory. Please see the link below which outlines the advisory in detail.

     

    If any NRHS student or staff has traveled to a state that is considered "High Risk" and is colored RED on the map, they must have a negative COVID test ( PCR ) before returning to campus. The results must be received by the school via fax before returning to in-person learning. 

     

    If you choose not to test, your child must be quarantined for 14 days starting on the day you re-entered  MA. Please notify the school nurse of your decision to test or quarantine by phone or email (farrellk@nausetschools.org).

     

    Massachusetts COVID 19 Travel Order

     

    Please direct health related questions to our school nurse Karen Farrell, farrellk@nausetschools.org 



    First Quarter Grades

    The first quarter ends on Friday, November 20th. We have extended the quarter by a few days to allow more time for students to complete their work. Grades will be available on X2 on Monday, November 30th.

     

    Parent Teacher Virtual Conferences, December 2nd

    Wednesday, December 2nd, is the date we have set for Parent Teacher Virtual Conferences. Parents can now begin registering for conferences. These conferences are  time to check with teachers about individual student progress and to identify any concerns.

     

     

    • The “login” is the student’s first and last name (example: christopherellsasser)

    The “password” is the student’s birthday (example: 12/1/2003)

     

    • Parents/guardians have until noon on November 30th to book a conference. 

     

     

    Questions regarding the conferences can be directed to Neal Milan, milann@nausetschools.org 

     

    Ordering of Caps and Gowns

    Here is the website for the seniors to purchase their caps and gowns for graduation:

    https://www.buildagrad.com/nauseths

     

    Happy Friday Note

    The “Happy Friday Notes” are weekly reflections from the Principal about education and our school community. The notes can be found on the Nauset Regional High School Principal’s Blog.

     

    Feedback About Our Communication

    If you have any thoughts about how we might improve our communication, please send your ideas to my assistant Wendy Spampinato at spampinatow@nausetschools.org. 

     

    Thank You,

    Chris

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  • Friday, November 13

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 11/13/2020

    11/13 High School Weekly Update

     

    Nurse’s Office: 

    Flu Vaccine Clinic
    NRHS will be holding a Flu Clinic on Dec 7th and 8th from 8am-10am by appointment only for students and staff.  Appointment times will be given when dropping off your completed registration forms in the Nurse’s Office.  You can find the registration forms here or pick up a copy in the Nurse’s office. Remember, ALL students are required to have flu vaccinations by December 31st!

    Health Forms
    Health forms need to be returned to school. This includes any medication to be administered. Please click on the link to the required Health Forms  For more information contact the nurse's office at 508-619-5270.

    Health (COVID) Update

    Symptomatic Student Instructions

    If your student is displaying any COVID related symptoms, or feeling ill, please call the School Health office for guidance.  We are here to help you navigate through the policies!

     

    Coronavirus Self Check

    Please remember to complete a self check each day before coming to school.

     

    Travel

    Please check the most current COVID -19  Travel Order prior to any travel. Anyone traveling to a restricted state is required to quarantine for 14 days or receive a negative PCR test prior to returning to school. 

     

    Please direct health related questions to our school nurse Karen Farrell, farrellk@nausetschools.org 

     

    Wednesday, November 18th, Remote Half  Day

    On Wednesday, students will check in with all of their classes during the first half of the day. This is a time for students and teachers to check to see that all work for the quarter is completed and up to date. Students do not have school in the afternoon. Teachers will be working on professional development.

     

    First Quarter Grades

    The first quarter ends on Friday, November 20th. We have extended the quarter by a few days to allow more time for students to complete their work. Grades will be available on Monday, November 30th.

     

    Parent Teacher Conferences, December 2nd

    Wednesday, December 2nd, is the date we have set for Parent teacher Conferences. Parents will have the opportunity to sign up electronically for a virtual meeting with teachers. Families will be receiving a separate email with directions for conference sign ups. Questions regarding the conferences can be directed to Assistant Principal, Neal Milan, milann@nausetschools.org 

     

    Happy Friday Note

    The “Happy Friday Notes” are weekly reflections from the Principal about education and our school community. The notes can be found on the Nauset Regional High School Principal’s Blog.

     

    Feedback About Our Communication

    If you have any thoughts about how we might improve our communication, please send your ideas to my assistant Wendy Spampinato at spampinatow@nausetschools.org

     

    Thank You,

    Chris

     

    Chris Ellsasser

    Principal, Nauset regional high School

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  • Friday November 6

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 11/6/2020

    11/6 High School Weekly Update

     

    Nurse’s Office: 

    Flu Vaccine
    State mandate requires all students K-12 to receive the Influenza vaccine prior to December 31, 2020. A copy of your child's updated  immunization record, and yearly physical including student name and date of birth is the required documentation.  

    Health Forms
    Health forms need to be returned to school. Please click on the link to the required Health Forms  For more information contact the nurse's office at 508-255-1505 x5270.

    Health (COVID) Update

    Coronavirus Self Check

    Please remember to complete a self check each day before coming to school.

     

    Travel

    Please check the most current COVID -19  Travel Order prior to any travel. Anyone traveling to a restricted state is required to quarantine for 14 days or receive a negative PCR test prior to returning to school. 

     

    End of First Quarter

    The quarter ends on Tuesday, November 17th. Report cards are made available to students and families Tuesday, November 24th. 

     

    Reporting Absences

    Please remember students are expected to be on campus for their hybrid cohort days. Absences impact lesson planning, transportation, and food preparation. Please call our attendance office if your teenager is scheduled to be on campus for their hybrid cohort, but needs to learn remotely on that day.

     

    Happy Friday Note

    The “Happy Friday Notes” are weekly reflections from the Principal about education and our school community. The notes can be found on the Nauset Regional High School Principal’s Blog.

     

    Feedback About Our Communication

    If you have any thoughts about how we might improve our communication, please send your ideas to my assistant Wendy Spampinato at spampinatow@nausetschools.org

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  • Friday, October 30, 2020

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 10/30/2020

    10/30 High School Weekly Update

     

    Happy Halloween weekend. Please be safe and warm this weekend.

     

    Nurse’s Office: 

    Flu Vaccine
    State mandate requires all students K-12 to receive the Influenza vaccine prior to December 31, 2020. A copy of your child's updated  immunization record, and yearly physical including student name and date of birth is the required documentation.  

    Health Forms
    Health forms need to be returned to school. Please click on the link to the required Health Forms  For more information contact the nurse's office at 508-255-1505 x5270.

    Homework

    Teachers continue to communicate with teachers to find a sustainable approach to homework. Everyone is still adjusting to our hybrid schedule and we are going to give ourselves some more time for teachers and students to settle before making any adjustments.

     

    Wednesdays

    We are talking with students and teachers about the 7 block Wednesday and working to clarify the best use of that day for everyone. The Intent of the day is to provide time for everyone to “catch their breath” a little bit and be able to have access to teachers for any support midweek. 

     

    Happy Friday Note

    The “Happy Friday Notes” are weekly reflections from the Principal about education and our school community. The notes can be found on the Nauset Regional High School Principal’s Blog.

     

    Feedback About Our Communication

    If you have any thoughts about how we might improve our communication, please send your ideas to my assistant Wendy Spampinato at spampinatow@nausetschools.org

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  • October 23, 2020 - High School Weekly Update

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 10/23/2020

    10/22 High School Weekly Update

     

    We have completed our first week of hybrid and are very thankful for the weather. Students have been very cooperative and respectful of the health protocols we have in place. Mask breaks and lunch have provided a very healthy amount of outside time. Next week we will shift from three lunches to two, which will improve the learning time for our third block (please see the revised daily schedule below).  

    Nurse’s Office: 

    Flu Vaccine
    State mandate requires all students K-12 to receive the Influenza vaccine prior to December 31, 2020. A copy of your child's updated  immunization record, and yearly physical including student name and date of birth is the required documentation.  

    Health Forms
    Health forms need to be returned to school. Please click on the link to the required Health Forms  For more information contact the nurse's office at 508-255-1505 x5270.

    Daily Schedule Revisions: Two Lunch Blocks Instead of Three

    Starting Monday, October 26th.  Half the students will have lunch before the third block, and the other half will have lunch after the third block.

    Wednesday Remote Schedule
    (40 minute blocks, 10 minutes passing, 

    1 lunch)


    A1 8:35-9:15


    A2 9:25-10:05


    A3 10:15-10:55


    A4 11:05-11:45


    Lunch 11:45-12:37


    B1 12:37-1:17


    B2 1:27-2:07


    B3 2:17-2:57

    Hybrid Daily Schedule (M, Tu, Th, Fr.) 

    (80 minute blocks, 9 minute passing, 3 lunches)


    Block 1 8:35-9:55 (80)

    Block 2  10:04-11:24 (80)


    Block 3 (Lunch) 11:24-1:28

    1st Lunch:  A, B, C and D Buildings

    2nd  Lunch: Gym, E & N Buildings


    Lunch 1  11:33-12:03  Class 12:08-1:28 (80)

    Lunch 2  12:58-1:28 Class 11:33-12:53 (80)


    Block 4  1:37-2:57 (80)

     

    Student Attendance

    • Hybrid students must report absences if they are not going to be on campus on their designated days and if they plan to miss any block during the day.
    • Remote students must report absences if they are going to miss any or all of their scheduled classes for that day.
    • We encourage hybrid students to make every effort to attend school on their designated hybrid days unless they need to be remote due to illness or an appointment. 

     

    Remote Learning Updates:

    • If the internet goes down, students are expected to remain at their computers in the same way students would remain in a classroom if the teacher stepped out. If the block ends and the internet has not returned, students should sign on for their next class and wait for the teacher to arrive.
    • We will be increasing our WiFi capacity across campus by replacing the current on campus network “NausetGuest” with a new network BYOD. This change will happen on Monday, November 9th. Students can have their computers switched over to the new network during lunch by going to the tables located outside of the auditorium. 

     

    Happy Friday Note

    The “Happy Friday Notes” are weekly reflections from the Principal about education and our school community. The notes can be found on the Nauset Regional High School Principal’s Blog.

     

    Feedback About Our Communication

    If you have any thoughts about how we might improve our communication, please send your ideas to my assistant Wendy Spampinato at spampinatow@nausetschools.org

     

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  • October 16 High School Weekly Update

    Posted by Chris Ellsasser on 10/16/2020

    10/16  High School Weekly Update

    Wonderful to see students on campus this week. Two beautiful Cape Cod days with the smiling eyes on campus. Everyone practiced our health protocols through the day. An impressive showing for our school community of everyone working together. Student leaders helped new students find their way, teachers took the time to tour students around campus, and we were able to enjoy the outdoors on our mask breaks. Wishing everyone a relaxing weekend.

    Nurse’s Office

    Welcome New Nurses
    Welcome to Karen Farrell, our new full-time nurse and to Diaan Birch the nurse we share with our middle school.  

    Flu Vaccine
    State mandate requires all students K-12 to receive the Influenza vaccine prior to December 31, 2020. A copy of your child's updated  immunization record, and yearly physical including student name and date of birth is the required documentation.  

    Health Forms
    Health forms need to be returned to school. Please click on the link to the required Health Forms  For more information contact the nurse's office at 508-255-1505 x5270.


    Hybrid Model Information

    Bus Transportation
    Reminder that the bus times have changed with the inclusion of the high school. Please check the Bus Schedule for the most current information. 

    Hybrid Learning Supplies for Students

    • Mask that covers nose and mouth (no bandanas or gators)
    • Kleenex 
    • Charging block for computer
    • Water bottle (refills at designated not touch fountains
    • Headphones with microphone


    Hybrid Weekly Block Schedule:
    This rotation of blocks addresses the following current needs: keeping classes aligned so one section does not get out of synch with the other, giving the hybrid cohorts an equal and balanced number of days on campus,  aligning our cohorts with the middle school cohorts so siblings across schools have the same bus transportation. 

    Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

    A Day / Monday Cohort

    A Day /  Tuesday Cohort

    Remote
    All 7 Blocks 

    B Day / Monday Cohort

    B Day / Tuesday Cohort


    Hybrid Daily Schedule

    The daily schedule has been developed to allow for the following: 

    • Ample passing time (students now follow One Way signs so moving around the campus takes longer 
    • Mask breaks are embedded in classes and taken at the discretion of the teacher to allow for the staggering of breaks across classes. 
    • The Seven Block Wednesday gives all teachers and students the opportunity to come together (remote and hybrid) mid-week for class to focus on student progress, support any students who are struggling, for students to ask clarifying questions and get feedback on their work, for students to work on assignments with access to their teachers, and in the case of AP/IB and MCAS connected courses to advance with the content.


    As we move forward, we will continue to gather input from students, families and faculty regarding the pace of work and ways we might be able to adjust our days to ensure we have a sustainable model for everyone. 

    Ongoing Hybrid Model Work

    • We are working on technology to improve the quality of sound for students who are remote. 
    • We are working on strategies for “screens can be on” for teacher access without having students feel like they “on the screen.” 
    • We are looking at ways to use outside space for students, particularly those in our music program..
    • We are looking at the homework volume and type (using computers or not) to find a sustainable workload for students.
    Wednesday Remote Schedule 
    (40 minute blocks, 10 minutes passing, 
    1 lunch)

    A1    8:35-9:15

    A2    9:25-10:05

    A3    10:15-10:55

    A4    11:05-11:45

    Lunch 11:45-12:37

    B1    12:37-1:17

    B2    1:27-2:07

    B3    2:17-2:57

    Hybrid Daily Schedule (M, Tu, Th, Fr.) 
    (80 minute blocks, 9 minute passing, 3 lunches)

    Block 1 8:35-9:58 (80)


    Block 2  10:04-11:24 (80)

    Block 3 (Lunch) 11:24-1:28
    1st Lunch:  A, B & C Buildings
    2nd Lunch: N, Auditorium & Culinary
    3rd Lunch: Gym, E & D Buildings

    Lunch 1  11:29-11:59      Class 12:08-1:28 (80)
    Lunch 2  12:18-12:48     Class 11:33-12:13 (40) & 12:48-1:28 (40)
    Lunch 3  12:58-1:28    Class 11:33-12:53 (80)

    Block 4  1:37-2:57 (80)



    Health Protocol Assembly Video
    Here is the link to the health protocol assembly hybrid students attended while on campus: Hybrid Learning and winter Surfing.

    Happy Friday Note
    The “Happy Friday Notes” are weekly reflections from the Principal about education and our school community. The notes can be found on the Nauset Regional High School Principal’s Blog.

    Feedback About Our Communication
    If you have any thoughts about how we might improve our communication, please send your ideas to my assistant Wendy Spampinato at spampinatow@nausetschools.org

    I hope everyone has a wonderfully long weekend,

    Peace,

    Dr. Chris Ellsasser

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