Eagan High School Newsletter
Newsletter #24 - March 5, 2021
Bilingual Seals Test Information
The Minnesota Bilingual/Multilingual Seal program recognizes students who can demonstrate proficiency in a world language. The Multilingual/Bilingual Seals program gives students an opportunity to earn college credit from the Minnesota State system.
Bilingual/Multilingual Seals are available to Seniors. Both native speakers of a world language and students who study a world language are eligible to earn college credit if they demonstrate proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing. The test is not timed but takes about 2.5 hours. Eagan High School is offering the test on April 28 this year and will be done in person. This year the district will cover the cost of the test for any Senior that chooses to take it. Transportation will be available to school for students that need it. Please register on the following site if you want to take the test: 2020-21 Bilingual Test Registration. Deadline for registration is March 17!
Feel free to reach out to your World Language Teacher, EL teacher, or Mr. Thompson with any questions.
Wednesdays - Student Support and Help Offered at EHS - Teachers will be in Classrooms March 10. Winter Trimester ends on Friday, March 12.
Breakfast and lunch will be served - free for students. Students will need to bring iPads.
Buses will travel the usual routes but two hours later in the morning pickup.
As we near the end of the trimester, please do come to EHS to catch up, make up missing work and get more support for your classes.
EHS Jeans & Detergent Drive
EHS Jeans and Detergent Drive
The Eagan High School Interact Club would like to extend a big thank-you to the Eagan Community of students, parents, teachers and staff for your support in our recent jeans and laundry detergent drive. Thanks to your participation it was another extremely successful drive.
On Tuesday, we delivered 403 pairs of jeans and pants to the Mission Outpost in Burnsville. Mission Outpost re-opened this past Monday and staff members assured us that our delivered supply of jeans is greatly appreciated. The Mission Outpost has a clothing closet that clients have access to when they come to the pantry to receive food.
On Wednesday, we delivered 331 pounds of laundry detergent to The Open Door Pantry in Eagan. Laundry bottles of all sizes were received and this 331 pounds converts to 83 average size laundry bottles.
The success of this drive would not be possible without the generosity of our Eagan Community.
The Eagan High School Interact Club
Have a Concern to Report to Eagan HS?
This can be an anonymous report about a problem or unsafe behavior that needs to be dealt with at our school. All reports will be dealt with promptly by EHS adult leaders.
The link will be on all Newsletters at the bottom of the page or on our EHS website under Families/Bullying Prevention.
Books and Needed Materials Pick Up or Drop Off at EHS, Remains Open and Available
We have a large supply of school supplies and would be pleased to provide them for any student or family. Please let us know if a student needs to pick up a book, textbook or other items so that we can provide it for them. Call 651-683-6900. Additionally, the offices are open each school day and students may come into the building for assistance. Masks are required at all times in the building.
Eagan High School
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