Monday, September 21 - Day 8

Friday, September 18, 2020 - Day 7

For any students who took any art classes with Mrs. Landry last spring or earlier, and have artwork or sketchbooks that they want back, please come see Miss Brasche before first period or at the end of the day. Any and all projects, sketch books, etc. that are not picked up by the end of the day on Wednesday, September 23, will be tossed or donated to future students.  

Junior Class Executive Board Applications are available in the Main Office. Please return to Mrs. Andrews in Room 121 by 9/22/20.

Attention seniors!  College visits will be starting here at East, virtually. Sign up at least one day in advance on Naviance, as registration is required.  Listings of upcoming virtual visits are also on Naviance.  Please keep checking back frequently to see colleges that have been added.

 

 

Upcoming College Virtual College Visits:

September 21 – Iona College

September 22 – University of Southern Maine, Albertus Magnus, Yale University

September 24 – Salve Regina University, Colby-Sawyer College, Sacred Heart University

September 25 – Saint Anselm College, St. Michael's College

September 28 – University of Connecticut, Springfield College, Nazareth College (NY)

September 29 – Syracuse University, University of Tennessee

September 30 – University of New England, Johnson and Wales University, Champlain College, Coastal Carolina University

Friday, September 18, 2020 - Day 7

For any students who took any art classes with Mrs. Landry last spring or earlier, and have artwork or sketchbooks that they want back, please come see Miss Brasche before first period or at the end of the day. Any and all projects, sketch books, etc. that are not picked up by the end of the day on Wednesday, September 23, will be tossed or donated to future students.  

The Human Rights Club creates a space where students become more educated about situations in the world where people are denied their basic rights.  This knowledge leads us to act.  We strive to bring about greater awareness of these injustices in the ECHS community.  We also sell fair trade chocolates and coffee two times per school year and may raise small amounts of money to donate to agencies on the ground combating injustices about which our group learns.

Junior Class Executive Board Applications are available in the Main Office. Please return to Mrs. Andrews in Room 121 by 9/22/20.

Attention seniors!  College visits will be starting here at East, virtually. Sign up at least one day in advance on Naviance, as registration is required.  Listings of upcoming virtual visits are also on Naviance.  Please keep checking back frequently to see colleges that have been added.

 

 

Upcoming College Virtual College Visits:

September 17 - Colby College

September 21 – Iona College

September 22 – University of Southern Maine, Albertus Magnus, Yale University

September 24 – Salve Regina University, Colby-Sawyer College, Sacred Heart University

September 25 – Saint Anselm College, St. Michael's College

September 28 – University of Connecticut, Springfield College, Nazareth College (NY)

September 29 – Syracuse University, University of Tennessee

September 30 – University of New England, Johnson and Wales University, Champlain College, Coastal Carolina University

Thursday, September 17, 2020 - Day 6

For any students who took any art classes with Mrs. Landry last spring or earlier, and have artwork or sketchbooks that they want back, please come see Miss Brasche before first period or at the end of the day. Any and all projects, sketch books, etc. that are not picked up by the end of the day on Wednesday, September 23, will be tossed or donated to future students.  

The Human Rights Club creates a space where students become more educated about situations in the world where people are denied their basic rights.  This knowledge leads us to act.  We strive to bring about greater awareness of these injustices in the ECHS community.  We also sell fair trade chocolates and coffee two times per school year and may raise small amounts of money to donate to agencies on the ground combating injustices about which our group learns.

Junior Class Executive Board Applications are available in the Main Office. Please return to Mrs. Andrews in Room 121 by 9/22/20.

Mock Trial is where students come together to learn a criminal or civil case that they play out in competition as lawyers and witnesses against other schools.  The club attempts to meet weekly to discuss the case and prepare for competition.  This year’s competition will be held virtually.  If you might be interested in Mock Trial please see Mr. Healey in room 215.

Attention seniors!  College visits will be starting here at East, virtually. Sign up at least one day in advance on Naviance, as registration is required.  Listings of upcoming virtual visits are also on Naviance.  Please keep checking back frequently to see colleges that have been added.

 

 

Upcoming College Virtual College Visits:

September 17 - Colby College

September 21 – Iona College

September 22 – University of Southern Maine, Albertus Magnus, Yale University

September 24 – Salve Regina University, Colby-Sawyer College, Sacred Heart University

September 25 – Saint Anselm College, St. Michael's College

September 28 – University of Connecticut, Springfield College

September 29 – Syracuse University, University of Tennessee

September 30 – University of New England, Johnson and Wales University, Champlain College, Coastal Carolina University

Wednesday, September 16, 2020 - Day 5

 

 

 

Junior Class Executive Board Applications are available in the Main Office. Please return to Mrs. Andrews in Room 121 by 9/22/20.

Mock Trial is where students come together to learn a criminal or civil case that they play out in competition as lawyers and witnesses against other schools.  The club attempts to meet weekly to discuss the case and prepare for competition.  This year’s competition will be held virtually.  If you might be interested in Mock Trial please see Mr. Healey in room 215.

Enjoy slaying monsters and adventuring with friends? Then join Dungeons and Dragons Club! We meet once a week for about an hour.  This year the club may meet in person or virtually depending on availability.  If you are interested, stop by Mrs. Poirier's room or e-mail Mary Poirier for details.

Attention seniors!  College visits will be starting here at East, virtually.  Our first visit is on Thursday, September 17 at 1:40 p.m. with Colby College.  Sign up at least one day in advance on Naviance, as registration is required.  Listings of upcoming virtual visits are also on Naviance.  Please keep checking back frequently to see colleges that have been added.

Remember to bring your earbuds with you to the virtual visit if you will be in school at that time.  A link will be provided to you at the start of the visit.

Upcoming College Virtual College Visits:

September 17 - Colby College

September 21 – Iona College

September 22 – University of Southern Maine, Albertus Magnus

September 24 – Salve Regina University, Colby-Sawyer College, Sacred Heart University

September 25 – Saint Anselm College, St. Michael's College

September 28 – University of Connecticut, Springfield College

September 29 – Syracuse University, University of Tennessee

September 30 – University of New England, Johnson and Wales University, Champlain College, Coastal Carolina University

Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - Day 4

 Junior Class Executive Board Applications are available in the Main Office. Please return to Mrs. Andrews in Room 121 by 9/22/20.

The East Catholic Students of Color (SOC) Union has been created as a new opportunity for inclusion in our community. The SOC Union provides a safe space for all students to learn in depth about how to include others, appreciate different cultures, understand and rise above implicit biases, and become anti-racist in our perceptions, speech and actions. We are dedicated to fostering a stable community for students of color, and to empowering each of us at East Catholic in our call for social justice, as we learn and grow through our discussions and activities.

 Mock Trial is where students come together to learn a criminal or civil case that they play out in competition as lawyers and witnesses against other schools.  The club attempts to meet weekly to discuss the case and prepare for competition.  This year’s competition will be held virtually.  If you might be interested in Mock Trial please see Mr. Healey in room 215.

 The East Catholic Book Club meets once a month to discuss a new book. Jackaby, Monday’s Not Coming, and Don’t Look Back are a few of the books we read last year. We meet each month to talk about our opinions on the book and we choose the next book to read. If you are a student who enjoys reading and wants to try a new club please consider joining the book club! You can contact Mrs. Miller, Emma Dutil or Emma Maselli with questions.

 Enjoy slaying monsters and adventuring with friends? Then join Dungeons and Dragons Club! We meet once a week for about an hour.  This year the club may meet in person or virtually depending on availability.  If you are interested, stop by Mrs Poirier's room or e-mail Mary Poirier for details.

Do you like to…

-               Be involved?

-               Make friends?

-               Learn about different cultures?

-               Appreciate cultural differences?

-               Share about your own culture and heritage?

-               Taste different food?

-               Have fun?

-               Discover new talents you have?

Then EAST CATHOLIC’S Culture & Language Club is for you!

                Example of activities:

-               International food contest

-               Celebration of the Lunar New Year

-               Sharing of cultural heritage

-               Music discovery session

-               Culture Trivia

We will meet every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month. Our first meeting will be on October 1st. EVERYONE is welcome!

 

 

Monday, September 14, 2020 - Day 3

Junior Class Executive Board Applications are available in the Main Office. Please return to Mrs. Andrews in Room 121 by 9/22/20.

The East Catholic Students of Color (SOC) Union has been created as a new opportunity for inclusion in our community. The SOC Union provides a safe space for all students to learn in depth about how to include others, appreciate different cultures, understand and rise above implicit biases, and become anti-racist in our perceptions, speech and actions. We are dedicated to fostering a stable community for students of color, and to empowering each of us at East Catholic in our call for social justice, as we learn and grow through our discussions and activities.  

The East Catholic Book Club meets once a month to discuss a new book. Jackaby, Monday’s Not Coming, and Don’t Look Back are a few of the books we read last year. We meet each month to talk about our opinions on the book and we choose the next book to read. If you are a student who enjoys reading and wants to try a new club please consider joining the book club! You can contact Mrs. Miller, Emma Dutil or Emma Maselli with questions.

Enjoy slaying monsters and adventuring with friends? Then join Dungeons and Dragons Club! We meet once a week for about an hour.  This year the club may meet in person or virtually depending on availability.  If you are interested, stop by Mrs Poirier's room or e-mail Mary Poirier for details.

Do you like to…

-               Be involved?

-               Make friends?

-               Learn about different cultures?

-               Appreciate cultural differences?

-               Share about your own culture and heritage?

-               Taste different food?

-               Have fun?

-               Discover new talents you have?

Then EAST CATHOLIC’S Culture & Language Club is for you!

                Example of activities:

-               International food contest

-               Celebration of the Lunar New Year

-               Sharing of cultural heritage

-               Music discovery session

-               Culture Trivia

We will meet every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month. Our first meeting will be on October 1st. EVERYONE is welcome!