Class of 2021 Yearbooks
As we enter your last semester of your senior year, the SOMANHIS Yearbook staff is looking for your input for the 2021 Yearbook! We have several opportunities for you to submit information.Senior Notes & Quotes: please fill out the Senior Notes and Quotes form to submit the information that you would like included next to your name and portrait in the Yearbook. This includes your nickname, activities, any gratitudes, and your senior quote. Please see the form for specific guidelines. You have until February 28th to submit your notes and quote.Senior Portrait: If you were not able to have your Senior Portrait taken this past fall, you can submit your own portrait for use in the Yearbook. Please see the form description for information on how to take your picture. You have until February 28th to submit your portrait.Senior Superlatives: Senior Superlatives voting is now open; you can cast your votes for a variety of superlatives to be published in the 2021 Yearbook. Superlative voting will occur from now through February 19.Life as a Remote Learner: whether you are a hybrid learner or a remote learner, we are asking for students to share pictures of their lives as they learn outside of school. You are welcome to submit your set up, where you learn, and any animal friends that have joined you. Please see the form for specific guidelines. Remote learning photos must be submitted by February 28th.2020-2021 School Year Quotes: in a year unlike any other, we're asking students to submit quotes reflecting on this past year. This is separate from your Senior Notes and Quotes page. Please see the form for specific guidelines. School year quotes must be submitted by February 28th.
Internet at Home
The State of Connecticut, through the Everybody Learns initiative, is working to ensure all students without home Internet connection get online for remote learning. If you do not have a Cox Communications Cable Internet connection at home or if you are only using a hotspot to get online, help is available. More information is available in English and Spanish is this Letter
College and Career Readiness
College Aptitude Test (CAT) Preparatory Program
The College Aptitude Test (CAT) Preparatory Program, sponsored by the Hartford Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., is being offered this spring to all high school students. Participants will be able to study the content of the Reading, Writing & Language, and Math sections of the SAT test. All sessions will be virtual and there is NO COST! This e-mail and the attached flyer may be duplicated and distributed.
There will be a Participant and Parent Orientation on Saturday, February 20th from 10 am to Noon. We will share an overview of the program, expectations, and important guidelines for virtual instruction. Attendance to the Orientation is required by the participant’s parent/guardian.Spaces are limited and online registration is required. Registration will take place on www.Eventbrite.com at https://2021springcat.
Virtual Session Dates and Times:
February 20th - Participant and Parent Orientation, 10:00am-12:00pm
March 6th - Welcome and Introduction, 10:00am-12:00pm
March 13th - Test Preparation, 10:00am-12:00pm
March 20th -Test Preparation, 10:00am-12:00pm
March 27th - Test Preparation, 10:00am-12:00pm
April 3rd - Test Preparation, 10:00am-12:00pm
April 10th - Test Preparation, 10:00am-12:00pm
April 17th - Test Preparation, 10:00am-12:00pm
April 24th - Test Preparation, 10:00am-12:00pm
May 1st -Test Preparation, 10:00am-12:00pm
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Events and Activities
Makerspace Virtual Workshop
SWE Hartford is hosting a 6-week Makerspace Virtual Workshop for women interested in Engineering beginning April 6th! This is the hands-on building event that our students have been craving! You will get your own design kit shipped directly to your door.
Topics include: Working Together on Design Teams, Rapid Prototyping Prosthetic Arms to Communicate Design Ideas, Ideating in Virtual Teams, CAD and 3D Printing, Build your Own Microscope & Look at Your Cells, Intro to Tissue Engineering & Bioreactor Design
Dates: Every Tuesday (6 nights) 5 - 8 pm: 4/6/21 – 5/11/21 Register here
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