Eagan High School Newsletter

Newsletter #10 November 6, 2020

Tri 2 & 3 Schedule Review

Trimester 2 and 3 Schedule review week will be November 9-13. This is the only opportunity for students to review their classes and make any changes for Trimester 2 and 3. More information and all of the forms will be available in Schoology on Monday, November 9.

Distance Learning Q & A and Schedule

Q: What are the student learning and working days in Distance Learning?

A: All five days of the week are student learning and work days. Assignments will cover the entire week, including Wednesdays. Next week please know that students have assignments and should be working every day starting Monday, November 9.


Q: With students in Zoom class meetings, when will they do the assigned work?

A: Although the 45 min. class sessions are taking place, the entire 3.5 hours per day, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, will allow for time every day, including Wednesday for students to accomplish the assigned work. We have kept the class meeting times for instruction, interaction and class work at 45 minutes to make sure students still have a good amount of time to do assigned work each week.


Q: Are students required to come to the class meetings on Zoom?

A: Just like a typical school day, yes students are expected to be present in these classes. We know that there are reasons why this may not happen but students will be required to make -up the learning and the assigned work. It is very important that students connect with their teachers at every opportunity, including reaching out to them about a missed class time.


Q: Will the offices be open at Eagan HS?

A: We will keep our entry doors open and staff will be present and working in the offices at the school. Please call for assistance during the week days.

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● Teachers are expected to be available during their entire Zoom period. and may use the 45 minutes with students in a variety of ways.

The class should be a mix of synchronous and asynchronous (direct instruction/support)

● Zoom times are like a class period for in-person l earning. Teachers are available and conduct the period at their professional discretion.

  • Each class will have all of the Cohort A, B and C students together, two class meetings per week.

National Letters of Intent for Seniors, Class of 2021


NATIONAL LETTERS OF INTENT FOR SENIOR ATHLETES:


A National Letter of Intent is a binding commitment by an athlete to play collegiate athletics for a particular college or university in exchange for a scholarship. (This means your son or daughter is signing a commitment to a Division I or Division II school to play a sport and receiving athletic financial aid. This would also mean the college or university has been in contact with you and your family about the signing the paperwork. )


November 11, 2020 is the first of three signing time periods for prospective senior student-athletes, who have played at Eagan, to sign their National Letters of Intent.


If you are a senior (12th Grade) who will be signing to play D1 or D2 college athletics during this time period please contact Eagan’s Athletic Director, Sandra Setter Larsen. Sandra.setter@district196.org


Free Seven-Day Meal Kits

Beginning Nov. 9, all students are eligible for free seven-day meal kits to support their distance learning. To best meet the needs of our families, meal kits will be available for pick up near the middle/ high schools’ south entrance doors at these times:

· Monday 4:00pm- 5:30pm

· Tuesday 7:30am- 9:00am

· Wednesday 10:00am- 11:00am (Digital Academy Meals will continue)

· Thursday 7:30am- 9:00am

· Friday 7:30am- 9:00am

Look for the banner and sign for the distribution location. Families with children in multiple schools are encouraged to pick-up all seven-day meal kits at one school.

Initially, families will be asked to complete this Seven-Day Meal Kit Interest Survey. This will allow the Food and Nutrition Services department to prepare the number of meal kits needed. The survey only needs to be completed once.

The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture has authorized funding for schools to provide meals at no charge to children, 18 and younger, for the entire school year. All secondary families are encouraged to participate in this opportunity. Any child 18 and younger, or parent/guardian of a child is able pick up these seven-day meal kits. For contactless distribution, the seven-day meal kit boxes will be placed on a 6-foot table with a bag of milk on the side. Families will be able to take as many boxes as needed for their children. Food and Nutrition Staff will monitor and replenish the table as needed.

Congratulations to Eagan Fall Athletic Teams and Individuals!

We have teams and individuals who qualified through a section tournament to be in a MSHSL State Tournament. They do not have the opportunity to participate in a state level tournament due to COVID 19. We want to celebrate all of their success!


We are proud of all of our fall teams and how hard we they have worked and how well they performed, especially during this time of COVID 19. WE ARE EAGAN!


Girls Cross Country

Congratulations to our Girls Cross Country MSHSL State Qualifier

Rina Aschemann was a state qualifier in Girls Cross Country

Head Coach, Lisa Langenhahn and Assistants, Kevin Dirksen, Bill Haight, Ben Heil, and Danielle Anderson


Boys Cross Country

Congratulations to our Boys Cross Country MSHSL State Qualifier

Michael Marshall state qualifier in Boys Cross Country

Head Coach, Shannon Braun and Assistants Jesse Madsen and John Williams


Congratulations to the Eagan Girls Soccer Team

They are the Section 3AA Champions!

London Anderson, Megan Carlson, Emma Jaeger, Sarah Brechlin, Morgan Eckerle, Coriena Hanson, Olivia Noll, Emily Cronkhite, Lindsey Clarin, Ashley Rosser, Lara Newton, Katie Connely, Mara Ganje, Ariel Lindgren, Cate Reilly, Lauren Rocheford, Ellery Bartels, Olivia Miller, Keira Waldrop, Mallory Jensen, Ella Logan

Head Coach, Shari Eckstrom, Assistants Kari James, Dylan Rahn, Bereket Woldenghebriel, Alyssa Frietag and Josue’ Boutouli


Congratulations to Eagan Girls Swim and Dive Team

They are the Section 3AA Champions! (list of events below)


200 Medley Relay Section Champion / State Qualifier

Grace Erickson, Kiera Liesinger, Yoo Mi Tomberlin Kim, Avie Hopewell


200 Yard Freestyle

2nd place -Grace Erickson State Qualifier

3rd - Avie Hopewell, 4th Teresa Gatti , 7th Megan Wall


200 Yard IM

1st Kiera Liesinger – Section Champion / State Qualifier

6th Clarie Kindseth, 7th Amber Peterson, 15th Keira Tierney


50 Yard Freestyle

5th Yoo Mi Tomberlin Kim, 8th Olivia Hopewell, 11th Vivian Nguyen, 17th Bryna Gulbrandson


Diving:

4th Samantha Ballesteros-- State Qualifier

17th Olivia Kruger


100 Yard Butterfly

3rd- Avie Hopewell, 5th Yoo Mi Tomberlin Kim, 15th – Arie Carlson, 27th Leila Haque


100 Yard Freestyle

2nd – Morgan Kipka -- State Qualifier

5th Olivia Hopewell, 7th Teresa Gatti, 8th Vivian Nguyen


500 Yard Freestyle

3rd Claire Kindseth, 5th Amber Peterson, 9th Megan Wall, 19th Teagan Gulbrandson


200 Freestyle Relay -- Section Champion / State Qualifier

1st – Grace Erickson , Olivia Hopewell , Yoo Mi Tomberlin Kim, Avie Hopewell


100 Backstroke

1st Grace Erickson, - Section Champion / State Qualifier

7th Morgan Kipka, 10th Bryna Gulbrandson, 12th Katelyn Kuznar


100 Breaststroke

1st. Kiera Liesinger – - Section Champion / State Qualifier

6th – Ari Carlson, 8th Keira Tierney, 22nd Leila Haque


400 Yard Freestyle Relay ---- State Qualifier

2nd place – Teresa Gattti, Morgan Kipka, Vivian Nguyen, Olivia Hopewell.

Head Coach, Andrew Michelson and Assistants, Karl Kindseth, and diving coach, Julie Andrews-Linscheid

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