Eagan High School Summer Newsletter
SUMMER 2021 IMPORTANT INFORMATION- Check back as we will update !!
School Starts on September 1 and 2 at Eagan HS
We will also incorporate information sessions about student success, textbook checkout, school photos (on September 2nd all day, by grade level), Senior Class Panoramic Photo - on September 2nd, and more!
September 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 are not school days - due to the Labor Day weekend and Rosh Hashanah . We return to classes on Wednesday, September 8th!
Fall Parking Permits
Online application and payment for the Fall Trimester 2021 Parking Permit begins on Monday August 16, 2021 at 5 PM for seniors only. Application and payment for juniors begins on Monday August 23, 2021 at 5 PM. Parents and guardians can pay the Parking Tag fee ($80) from the convenience of your computer, via MyPaymentsPlus. Please follow this link: https://www.mypaymentsplus.com/welcome
Parking permits for Fall Trimester 2021 will be distributed on Wednesday September 1, 2021 before school in the lower east entrance of EHS as well as during all lunches in Spirit Hall. Please remember that we only have 450 parking permits available for students during the Fall Trimester. Parking permits are awarded on a first come first serve basis. Sophomores are not eligible for parking permits.
Registration for Summer Sports Camps
We’re collaborating with high school coaches to host a variety of quality, exciting sports camp opportunities for athletes in Kindergarten – 12th grade. Head coaches and assistants have planned and prepared camp activities that will promote skill improvement and good sportsmanship, all while having fun! Participants should register for camps based on their grade for the 2021-22 school year. Hurry, register now! Sports camps are filling fast!
EHS Debate Mini-Camp 2021
EHS Debate Team Introductory Mini-Camp. Attention all incoming freshmen interested in exploring being a member of our nationally award-winning interscholastic debate team. On August 24th thru 26th we will hold a 3 day mini-camp to introduce debate to interested students. Please click-on this link for more information and registration form.
The 2020-2021 yearbooks are slated to arrive in mid-August. The yearbook staff will host a distribution event at EHS when they get here. We will post more information on the school website as it becomes available.
Attached is the current 2021 Buyers Listing. If you’re not on the list but would still like to purchase a yearbook, please contact Dr. Hedlund: email@example.com
Thank you for your patience and your support of our program.
Open this link to a spreadsheet of student names and grade, in alpha, who have ordered a yearbook.
Dear "Class of 2022" Senior and Parent(s) or Guardian(s):
This letter is to serve as a reminder to get your Senior photos taken early enough to be included in the 2021-2022 Eagan High School Yearbook. It is highly recommended that you have your photos taken during the summer. You must reserve a spot for your senior portrait by submitting a photo to the yearbook staff by Monday, November 1, 2021.
For EHS students who will be attending the School of Environmental Studies (SES), the Alternative Learning Center (ALC), ABE or DCALS or enrolled in PSEO, we want to make sure you are included.
(Note: Your photographer will often submit your photo if you arrange it with them.)
Valley Images Photography is the official EHS photographer. As part of our contract they will provide a free, two-pose sitting, and will deliver a photo to the yearbook staff for those seniors who don't want to buy portraits but would like one for the yearbook. This offer is available ONLY to those students NOT using another photographer and must be scheduled by Friday, July 16, 2021.
You can make an appointment with Valley Images at: 952-423-1200.
The yearbook staff will only accept electronic photos taken by any photographer for the 2021-2022 yearbook. Please confirm with your photographer whether or not they will be submitting the photo, or if you need to submit one yourself. It is important that only one photo be submitted to eliminate any errors in correct photo selection.
To submit Senior pictures electronically, go to: https://images.jostens.com/416204122
This will take you directly to the Jostens website, the publisher of our yearbook, the Epilogue.
Dr. Tara Hedlund and Dr. Polly Reikowski
EHS Assistant Principal, EHS Principal
Attachments: Valley Images Photography Info & Jostens Info
Diffley Road School Area Safety Improvements
Due to the contractor construction calendar, there will be a closure of Diffley Road starting Monday, June 7. Detour Maps
We know that the earlier the construction starts, the better our chances will be of having construction near completion before students return to school on September 1.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Access
During construction, access to the pedestrian and bicycle routes will be provided via the route shown on the Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Map on the project website. These designated pedestrian access routes will be marked with signage and traffic control devices. Please stay within the designated pedestrian access routes. These routes may vary slightly during construction, specifically at Daniel Drive, Braddock Trail, and the Diffley Marketplace Entrance.
Free Summer Meals
All District 196 families are encouraged to apply annually for the Educational Benefits Program (formerly known as the Free and Reduced-Price Meals Program) for the upcoming school year. The annual application should be submitted even though breakfast and lunch will be provided to all students in 2021-22 at no charge through special funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. 2021-2022 Applications will be available July 19, 2021.
Educational Benefits Program directly supports your child's school with compensatory aid, which is determined by how many families apply. This critical funding provides additional teachers, additional instructional materials, math and reading support, and additional paraprofessionals and social workers.
Feel free to forward this email to anyone who you feel would benefit knowing this information.
Below are some helpful links for your convenience.
2021-2022 School Year Educational Benefits Annual Application opens up July 19, 2021 (formally called Free and Reduced Priced Meals) www.district196.org/edbenefits
Students in grades 9, 10 and 11 to Keep iPads/Hotspots Over the Summer
Students will again be allowed to keep their district-issued iPads and hotspots over the summer. This allows learning opportunities to continue throughout the summer. Exceptions include graduating seniors and students unenrolling from District 196. For more details and guidance around this, please visit this website which can also be found in the About menu of the district’s website (http://www.district196.org). If you have questions, contact your child’s school or submit at https://www.district196.org/techhelp. Thank you.
Books and Needed Materials Pick Up or Drop Off at EHS, Remains Open and Available
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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