Archive for December, 2018

Shatekon 4th-grade violin players work hard in class to prepare for their February beginning strings recital. They are learning both the theme and variations on Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star from memory.

Shatekon 4th-grade violin players work hard in class to prepare for their February beginning strings recital. They are learning both the theme and variations on Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star from memory.

Written by on December 20, 2018

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Lauren Regan’s 10th-grade English class reviews the Lord of the Flies using a Socratic Seminar Fishbowl Peer Coaching format. More photos…

Lauren Regan’s 10th-grade English class reviews the Lord of the Flies using a Socratic Seminar Fishbowl Peer Coaching format. More photos…

Written by on December 20, 2018

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Mr. Hughes and Mrs. Jacon’s Arongen fourth and second graders enjoyed activities and read aloud favorites with their book buddies. More photos…

Mr. Hughes and Mrs. Jacon’s Arongen fourth and second graders enjoyed activities and read aloud favorites with their book buddies. More photos…

Written by on December 20, 2018

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Arongen says goodbye to daytime custodian Mr. Scott VanSleet as he moves on to a new position at Shenendehowa! More photos…

Arongen says goodbye to daytime custodian Mr. Scott VanSleet as he moves on to a new position at Shenendehowa! More photos…

Written by on December 20, 2018

Arongen says goodbye to daytime custodian Mr. Scott VanSleet as he moves on to a new position at Shenendehowa!  He ended his time here with a parade of one man on his floor machine where the students surprised him in the halls with signs and chants of good luck!

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Skano families enjoy the annual Holiday Craft Night.  Thank you Skano PTA!

Skano families enjoy the annual Holiday Craft Night. Thank you Skano PTA!

Written by on December 20, 2018

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Okte’s Student Leader Award recipients for having imagination in Art and ELA classes! More photos…

Okte’s Student Leader Award recipients for having imagination in Art and ELA classes! More photos…

Written by on December 20, 2018

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Chango 5th grade students are immersed in the performing arts lead by SPAC professional dance residency educators. More photos…

Chango 5th grade students are immersed in the performing arts lead by SPAC professional dance residency educators. More photos…

Written by on December 20, 2018

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Why does shen ban vpn? Do you know how sketchy that is? Does shen want to monitor what we do on our phones like some little babysitter? I think we can handle what we do on OUR phones that WE pay for, not Shen

Written by on December 18, 2018

A.  School district are mandated to provide content filtering.  Using a VPN can circumvent the content filter and are not necessary because the school’s network is secure.  As per the BYOD policy students are welcome to use their personal devices while connected to the district’s WiFi (SHEN-BYOD).  The use of personal data plans while at […]

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I think that closing the benches in high school east is unfair and pointless. The library is currently closed which is where the vast majority of students would normally go when they needed to get homework completed. We are advised to go to the little theater which is hard to do work in when it’s an auditorium, the cafeteria which is loud so no work can be done or the benches. The benches are a more quiet environment where I went to get my work done because there were no distractions. I don’t understand what closing half of the benches does. It has made it so crowded when there is a large amount of space being wasted. I don’t know what is with this school closing litterally everything , from bathrooms, the front hallways and now the benches…. this needs to change. Thank you

Written by on December 18, 2018

A.  While a portion of the South Benches was closed the North Benches were opened up. In total there is now more space available to students on the benches than before.

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Is it true that HSE students are placed in either Gym 1 or Gym 2 for physical education based on their athletic ability? I’ve heard rumors that Gym 1 is the “A League” and Gym 2 is the “B League”.

Written by on December 18, 2018

A. No.

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