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    A Special Thanks to The Christ College of Nursing

    Princeton High School school nurses Ms. LouAnn McKee and Ms. Leslie Hall conducted Vision and Hearing checkups for Princeton students grades 9 - 11 over the last two weeks. 

    A special thanks to the students of The Christ College of Nursing for your assistance! 

     

    Christ College of Nursing


    Student of the Week Congratulation to this week's Students of the Weekending September 18, 2020:

    Social Studies ~ Cole Spradlin

    Science ~ Perry McCarthy

    Math ~ Giovanni Vitti

    English ~ Fatima (Marie) Nzale

    Phys Ed/ Health ~ Ethan Singleton

    Foreign Language ~ Marrisa Watson

    ESOL ~ Maria Mendoza Mendoza

    Art ~ Shannen Moore

    NJROTC ~ Trinity Turvey

    Music Mya Bennett

    Tech Ed ~ AJ White

    Administration Team ~ Jason Nolasco


     Flyer for Fill the Stockings for the Troops


    Students of the Week ending September 11, 2020

    Congratulations to Our PHS Students of the Week:

     

    Social Science ~ Trevor Stewart

    Science ~ Tahj Stewart

    Math ~ Tiara Greer

    English ~ Serenity McBride

    Students of the Week Phys Ed/ Health ~ Tranel Engleman

    Foreign Language ~ Jazmin Garcia

    ESOL ~ Wilson Cux

    Art ~ Kaitlyn Randolph

    NJROTC ~ Mauricio Gutierrez Carrera

    Music ~ James Moore

    Tech Ed ~ Jack Benz

    Administrative Team ~ Judith Amoah


    Chromebook Care and your Student

    Does your student have a Princeton Chromebook device? 

    Keeping their Chromebook device clean is more important than ever!

    Use a soft, moist disinfectant wipe followed by a soft drying cloth. You can lightly wipe the keyboard to remove dust and germs.

    Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners directly on the device. 

    Also, periodically, check your student's device . If the device is dropped, the screen will break.  Your student will be assessed a fee for repairs.

    Your student's device is an important component to their educational success.  If they have Chromebook issues, contact:

    Mrs. Zinnecker at 864-1552 ~PHS GRID 

     

    Chromebook Device


    Virtual Open House


    Virtual College and Career Fair Flyer

    Parent-Teacher Conference Sign Up

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    Please click here to sign up for the Parent-Teacher Conferences.

    Conferences will be held on Wednesday, September 16, 2020.

    Please remember that all conferences will be virtual.  Teachers will send you a zoom meet or google meet link for your scheduled conference times.


    Virtual Senior Class Meeting

     

    Student Council Mask Sale Flyer


    chromebook Zooms/Google Meets in Google Classroom, parents and their participation

    Dear Parent/Guardian,

    Each year pictures and videos of students are often taken for use in district publications, press releases, school/district websites and/or as an instructional resource during remote learning activities (i.e. zoom or google meets live sessions).  If a parent, guardian, or student does not want to be photographed or videotaped for these purposes, please contact the building or grade level principals.  We will be happy to clarify any questions you may have and/or accommodate your request to not have your child photographed or videotaped.

    Also, we encourage parents to be actively involved in their child’s remote learning experience and hope that you regularly connect with teachers so that your child has a well-rounded education.  We do ask that parents refrain from participating in live sessions.  The sessions are meant for the students and parent/teacher contact should occur outside of live instructional time.  We thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding of this request.

    Lastly, taking attendance for remote learning is new for us this year.  There are expectations set by the state that require schools to take attendance even for those students learning at home.  Students who fail to engage in learning at home will be referred to the administration for chronic absenteeism which we would like to prevent if at all possible.  We ask that if your child is not able to participate in remote learning that you notify the school so that we can mark attendance accordingly.  We will be using the same procedure that is utilized in our traditional setting.  Please contact the school if you have questions regarding attendance.  

    Sincerely,

    Tonya West Wright

    Executive Director of Teaching and Learning, Prek-12

    Princeton City Schools

    3900 Cottingham Drive

    Cincinnati, OH 45241

    (513) 864-1060

    www.princetonschools.net

    Click here to view/print this letter


    NJROTC News

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    COMPLETED EVENTS:  
     
    1. The 8th-grade pilot program for the 2020-2021 school year has been formally approved by Navy JROTC headquarters in early August.  PCMS is working 8th grade student schedules to include NJROTC.  We expect 30 to 35  8th graders to participate in the very near future.
     
     
    FUTURE EVENTS (September 2020):
     
    1.  Cadets Logan Hoskins, Candy Lin, and Joey Lin continue to participate in the 2020 NJROTC Leadership Academy hosted by New Albany, Indiana NJROTC.  All training is virtual and all camp fees are paid for by Princeton NJROTC. Cadets will receive a silver cord, ball cap, t-shirt, and string bag once they successfully complete the course.
     
    2.  Color Guard will perform the colors at our three home varsity football games on 4, 18, and 25 September 2020.
     
    ***NJROTC parents are asked to update their email address with me if possible***

     
     

    PHS Guide to Remote Learning

    Princeton High School Guide to Remote Learning

    2020-2021

    Click here to view the guide

    Parent Letter (Important Information!)

    Building your daily agenda as a remote learner (video)

    RL Agenda Template (For students to plan out their day)

     


     

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    Supporting Young Minds of All Kinds.
    We all know that this upcoming school year is going to be different than any other, and that families have to adjust to big changes, such as how best to support learning from home. One of the Library’s areas of focus in our Strategic Plan is student success. We’re committed to helping young people have the resources and supports they need to succeed in school and prepare for post-secondary education, training, careers, and life. Besides library cards and access to our eResources 24/7, we can also support students with their remote learning by providing WiFi access, computers/laptops, and access to library staff to provide assistance. Here’s some important information:
     
    In-person
    Kids learning remotely, and their families, are welcome to visit any of our 41 locations during all open hours, Mon. – Sat., 10am to 6pm. 
    • At the downtown Main Library we have designated a space on the second floor for homework help for middle and high schoolers, which will be available beginning Aug. 24. We can accommodate up to 24 students at a time. 
      • To reserve a space students should call 513.369.6900. 
      • Sessions are 2 hours in length and are limited to 1 session per student per day.
      • There will be 3 sessions each weekday: Monday – Friday
        • 10AM – 12PM
        • 1PM – 3PM
        • 4PM – 6PM.
    • We do still have safety protocols in place, including requiring face coverings, reduced occupancy levels, and limits on the length a customer can stay. 
    • Right now, we are working to improve our outdoor spaces and meeting rooms at many of our locations so we can support students who need homework help, access to WiFi or devices, or assistance with their own device. 
    • We intend to use the first few weeks of school to learn what the demand is for student use of our facilities and as capacity allows, and we may try additional strategies like adding student-only hours in the evenings, and adjusting occupancy levels, if the spread of COVID-19 continues to improve in our county. 
     
    Online
    Homework HelpNow
    • Anyone with a library card can use our Homework HelpNow resource, which provides a variety of supports to students, including live homework assistance, study tools, virtual study rooms and even free assistance with filling out the financial aid form for college (FAFSA). 
    • Check out this brief video to learn more about this great resource.
     
    Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library
    800 Vine St., Cincinnati, OH 45202

     

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    Scarlet Schedule / Gray Schedule 

    At this time, the learning models consist of: (1)  Alternate schedule (Scarlet / Gray - 50% Capacity) with health and social distancing, and (2) Full-time remote learning by parent request. 

    Scarlet Schedule: students whose last names begin with A-L and siblings in the same household will attend in-person. Students whose last names begin M-Z and siblings will learn remotely.

    Gray Schedule: students whose last names begin with M-Z will attend in-person. Students whose last names begin A-L and siblings will learn remotely.

    Scarlet Schedule / Gray Schedule: Students will rotate each week from in-person to remote learning. 

    Scarlet / Gray Schedule for first quarter  

    School Hours / Time Changes

    Weeks that the students follow the in-person schedule, modifications of the school times/hours have been made. 

    These School Hours and Time Changes are for the FIRST 9 Weeks ONLY (first quarter, ends October 21, 2020).

     

    Princeton High School hours will be 7:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 

    Students may choose to get a “Grab & Go” lunch to take home with them. 

    Athletics will continue to operate as scheduled.

     

    Princeton Community Middle School students will attend school 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.  

    PCMS students will have lunch in the cafeteria spread across the middle school and high school cafeterias. 

    There will be Zero Bell, which will start at 7:00 a.m.

     

    Princeton elementary school students will attend school 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 

    Meals will be delivered to the classroom or spread out in the cafeteria, determined by class-size per building.

    The first day of school for Preschool and Kindergarten students is August 24th.  

    For the first two weeks of the school year, AM sessions will be 9:00-11:30, and PM sessions will be 12:50-3:00.

     


    Free COVID-19 Testing

    The Health Care Connection has partnered with TriHealth to offer FREE Covid-19 Testing at our Lincoln Heights and Mt. Healthy Centers. 

    We have 3 more days of Sunday testing.  We have appointments and walk-in time slots.  

     

     Click here to view/print flyer

    PRUEBA PARA EL VIRUS CORONA DISPONIBLE VERANO 2020

    Susanne A. Tulloss, MPA

    Director of Development

    The HealthCare Connection

    1401 Steffen Ave. Cincinnati, OH  45215

    513.483.3072 / SusanneT@healthcare-connection.org

    www.healthcare-connection.org