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The annual Senior Graduation Parade is something they have been doing a few years in Easthampton. The graduating class picks up their cap and gowns and visit each elementary school the Middle School and the high school. it is a pretty fun thing to watch as the students are cheered on. Here is a little bit of what it is.
Posted by Patrick Brough on Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Easthampton Public Schools traditional Graduation Parade with EHS Class of 2019, in their cap and gowns, visiting each elementary school and the Middle School, where students and staff line the halls to cheer on our graduates for their accomplishments as past teachers and staff gave their well wishes for their futures endeavors.
The weather was perfect for the Walk, Bike and Roll 2019 – Thank you to all the students and parents that came out and to Tandem Bagel Company, the Easthampton Police Department, the Easthampton Health Department and Laurie García: School Committee Member.
The Latino Scholarship Fund presented Fernando Tenesaca with a $1500 scholarship today. The scholarship selection is in collaboration with the Community Foundation. LSF selects 12 Latinx students each year for a one time award of $1500 and a dinner celebration at the Log Cabin. Congratulations to Fernando!
One of EHS WE The People’s six units receives an overall award for scoring. Our Unit 2 has won the overall high score in the national competition – Maddie Kleeberg, Corinne Gawle and Hanna Wauczinski.
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Photos: JERREY ROBERTS - www.gazettenet.com
All three teachers will be honored at a banquet for Excellence in Teaching Award Winners at the Log Cabin in Holyoke on May 15, 2019. The program will feature a new and exciting awards presentation program that elevates and celebrates every winner. Each will receive an engraved plaque and a check for $500, along with generous tuition incentives and scholarships offered by six major colleges and universities in the region: Elms College, Bay Path University, Springfield College, Western New England University, Westfield State University, and, new in 2019, the University of Massachusetts.
All of the winners will also receive membership at WGBY and access to thousands of digital education resources as well as generous 3-month memberships at the Springfield Jewish Community Center, the Springfield YMCA and five regional YMCAs, and other gifts.
In addition, all 2019 winners are invited to apply for the selective Classroom Innovator Prize of $250 by submitting a project-based learning idea with up to 20 prizes will be given and on March 21, WGBY Springfield and WGBH Boston will offer a webinar to present and past award winners, led by national project-based-learning expert and author Suzie Boss.
The Excellence in Teaching Awards program is made possible by the Harold Grinspoon Charitable Foundation in partnership with MassMutual and the Irene E. & George A. Davis Foundation. Said philanthropist Harold Grinspoon, “l am thrilled that by working together, we can honor well over a hundred talented local educators every spring — and proud that we have done so every year since 2003.”
Other business and community support also comes from American International College, Arrha Credit Union, Country Bank, Meyers Brothers Kalicka, Monson Savings Bank, Staples, and the Big Y.
For further information about the Excellence in Teaching Awards Program, contact Program Coordinator Michelle Roberts at email@example.com.
Tonight’s Community Forum at EHS has been cancelled due to the impending snow and subsequent slippery road conditions. We will reschedule the event soon. Thank you.