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Charter to Offer Free Access to Spectrum Broadband and Wifi for 60 Days for New K-12 and College Student Households and More - Click here for More Info

 

National Autism Association has provided COVID-19 Resources for Families.
See link below:
https://nationalautismassociation.org/covid-19-resources-for-families/

 

Daily Announcements 

  

 

Update in regards to Governor's Executive Order 4/2/2020
Morristown East Families, 

 

Governor Lee’s recent Executive Order has altered the way that we will be temporarily proceeding with our high school coursework. The district high schools will be doing the following to comply with this order.

 

· We are encouraging students and parents to remain at home if possible. We understand that this will prevent our students from coming to school to drop off/pick up laptops which are not working and turn in/pick up paper copies of materials they were unable to access online. 

 

· We realize that this will impact a number of our students who will no longer have access to their school-issued laptops and they will be unable to finish assignments.  

 

· As a result, we are going to be suspending any future assignments (grades 9-12) until April 14 when the Governor Lee’s Executive Order expires. We will revert back to offering assignments after this order expires.   

 

· Students will be asked to complete any assignments which were issued on, or before, April 1, but there will be time after the order has concluded for students to complete those assignments if they are unable to do so from home at this time. 

 

· Voluntary assignments for students in specific classes (such as AP) for will continue to be available and will be delivered to all students within that class to complete if they wish to do so. AP testing is still on as of 4/3/20. 

 

We are grateful for our East families as well as all of our East staff. Thank you for being patient during this time while we try to make sure that we are doing what is best for students. 

 

Please let us know if you have any questions.

 

 

Online Experience - updated 3/30/2020

- Folders have been set up in Schoology by each teacher and labeled “Online Experience"
 
- In that folder, there will be assignment folders labeled by date with assignments for each of the unscheduled days off. (Spring Break will be excluded)
 
-These assignments will be submitted through Schoology.
 
-Grades will be updated weekly in PowerSchool for all students.  Zeros will be recorded for any assignments not uploaded through Schoology. However, all students will be given time to make up the required assignments in Schoology for full credit once we return.  
 
Common questions you may have:
 
1. What if I am a day user but did not get my computer/wasn't at school Monday?
 
You may pick up your computer at East High and take home.  Beginning March 30, the Help Desk at East High will be open from 9 AM to 1 PM.Please contact the Help Desk by calling 423-586-2543.  Select 9 for the Help Desk.   
 
2. What if I have Internet but my computer will not connect?
 
Beginning March 30, the Help Desk at East High will be open from 9 AM to 1 PM.  Please contact the Help Desk by calling 423-586-2543.  Select 9 for the Help Desk.  
 
3. What if we need technology help or cannot get logged in? Will there be a Helpdesk number/hotline?
Beginning March 30, the Help Desk at East High will be open from 9 AM to 1 PM.   Please contact the Help Desk by calling 423-586-2543.  Select 9 for the Help Desk.  
 
4. If I need a computer repaired, what should I do?
Beginning March 30, the Help Desk at East High will be open from 9 AM to 1 PM. Please contact the Help Desk by calling 423-586-2543.  Select 9 for the Help Desk.  
 
Click here for a basic explanation of submitting assignments in Schoology 

 

• Las carpetas han sido configuradas en Schoology por cada maestro y etiquetadas 

"Online Experience" 

• En esa carpeta, habrá carpetas de tareas etiquetadas por fecha para los días que  programados que estamos fuera de escuela. (Se excluirán las vacaciones de primavera) 

Habrá asignaciones para cada día no programado que estemos fuera de escuela. Estas tareas se enviarán a través de Schoology.

 Les hemos pedido a los maestros que preparen 2 semanas de tareas para nuestros estudiantes y estas tareas se publicarán en Schoology. No habrá tareas para la semana de vacaciones de primavera. 

Las calificaciones se actualizarán semanalmente en PowerSchool para todos los estudiantes. Los ceros se registrarán para cualquier tarea no cargada. Sin embargo, todos los estudiantes podrán recuperar tareas en Schoology para obtener crédito completo una vez que regresemos. 

Preguntas comunes que puede tener: 

1. ¿Qué sucede si soy usuario de un día pero no obtuve mi computadora o porque no estaba en la escuela el lunes?

a. Puede recoger su computadora en la preparatoria East High y llevarla a casa. 

b. La preparatoria East High estará   abierta de 9 a.m. a 1 p.m. Comuníquese con Help Desk llamando al 423-586-2543. Seleccione 9 para Help Desk.

2. ¿Qué sucede si tengo Internet pero mi computadora no se conecta? 

a. Help Desk estará abierta. East High estará abierto de 9 a.m. a 1 p.m. Comuníquese con Help Desk llamando al 423-586-2543. Seleccione 9 para Help Desk.

 3. ¿Qué sucede si necesitamos ayuda tecnológica o no podemos iniciar sesión? ¿Habrá un número / línea de ayuda? 

a. La mesa de ayuda estará abierta. East High estará abierto de 9 a.m. a 1 p.m. Comuníquese con Help Desk llamando al 423-586-2543. Seleccione 9 para Help Desk. 

4. Si necesito reparar una computadora, ¿qué debo hacer? 

a. Help Desk estará abierta. East High estará abierto de 9 a.m. a 1 p.m.

Comuníquese con Help Desk llamando al 423-586-2543. Seleccione 9 para Help Desk.

 

 

 

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Remember, you can update your contact preferences for closings and delays in the Contact Manager section of your Parent Portal account. After logging into your Parent Portal, the Contact Manager link is on the lower left hand side of the screen.  Click that, then the 3 lines on the upper left of the screen to access and/or change your messaging Preferences.

 


 

Adminstrators

Joseph Ely (last names P-Z)   elyj@hcboe.net
Brad Hall (last names H-O)   hallb@hcboe.net
Sarah Cooper (last names A-G)  coopers4@hcboe.net
Morgane Watkins (Freshmen)   watkinsm@hcboe.net

Counselors

Mary Seals (last names A-E)   loydm@hcboe.net
Brian Bowlin (last names F-L)  bowlinc10@hcboe.net
Chelsey Jones (last names M-R) jonesc14@hcboe.net
Christian Collins  (last names S-Z)  collinsc12@hcboe.net

Please see the Faculty & Staff page for emails for all other teachers.

 


  

Student Enrollment for the 2019-2020 School Year

 

Returning Students

Returning students are those students who completed the 2018-2019 school year at a Hamblen County School (enrolled through May 17, 2019).  Students will be pre-loaded for enrollment at their zoned school as of May 17, 2019.  The enrollment school cannot be changed during the online enrollment process.  If a family has moved during the summer out of their zoned school area, students will report to the school they plan on attending on registration day.  Proofs of residency will be required before the school can enroll the student. The online enrollment should still be completed even if their enrolled school is incorrect.  The school can correct this after registration day.

Online enrollment ensures that your child’s school and the district has updated student, family and emergency information. Student and family phone numbers, addresses, emergency contact information, and student health information can change from year to year. It is essential that your child’s school have the most up-to-date information on the first day of school in case of an emergency situation.  

 

New Students

New students are those students who have never been in a Hamblen County School previously or those students who have left the district and did not complete the 2018-2019 school year at a Hamblen County School (enrolled through May 17, 2018).

All new Hamblen County School students must visit their zoned school to begin the enrollment process.

 Any NEW student to the district MUST be with their parent or guardian when they arrive to register, and have the following documentation:

✅ 2 proofs of residency (dated within the last 30 days) 
⁃ Electric bill
⁃ Water bill
⁃ Lease agreement 
⁃ Cable bill 
⁃ Rent receipt 
⁃ Mortgage statement/bill
✅ immunization or shot record 
✅ Copy of birth certificate 
✅ Copy of Social Security card or State ID

 

 

A parent/guardian of a returning student will only be able to register with THEIR Parent Portal Account (student portal accounts do not have access to the registration icon/link).  A link to returning student registration will not be posted on the district or school website, but you will find the link to the Parent Portal Login page on these sites.  Most schools will not have office staff available when the registration window opens. 

Returning student online enrollment should be completed PRIOR TO August 5, 2019.

Forgotten your Parent Portal Login information?

 

  • If you have forgotten your username and password, you can use the ‘Forgot Username or Password’ link to retrieve your log in information on the Parent Portal Login Page.

 

  • If you need any assistance with the process, please contact your child’s school.  School office personnel can help you with the process or questions.  If you need assistance with the online enrollment process or need to enroll your child, someone will be at the school for 5 days prior to August 5, 2019 to assist with enrollment.

 

Need A Parent Portal Account (Parents with a returning student without a Parent Portal Account):

.  If you need assistance with the online enrollment process or need to enroll your child, someone will be at the school for 5 days prior to August 5, 2019 to assist with enrollment.

  • You will need a Parent Access ID and Access Password to initially setup your account.  You obtain this information from your child’s school.
  • Please contact your child's school to receive information for creating your PowerSchool Parent Portal account.  School office personnel can help you with the process or questions.
  • Once you have the required information, visit the Parent Portal and follow instructions provided.

 If you already have a Parent Portal, but are having difficulty logging in or trouble with the registration, you can message the East High Facebook page for help, have your student send a Schoology message to Amy Wheatley, OR call 423-586-2543 to schedule an appointment to come in for technical assistance.

  

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How to Use Office365

How Do I Delete My Schoology Account?
(for incoming Freshmen with accounts from middle school)

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If you need to watch the Laptop video, click the link below:

PP2020 Video - English

PP2020 Video - Spanish


 

Analyze Ed (Yercad) ACT Prep

Current Juniors & Seniors have access to individualized ACT Prep through Analyze Ed.  Individual logins are available from each student's STORM teacher.  Students use their login at http://www.yercad.com/login.php to access their diagnostic test score & videos for skills review/instruction.

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"Hard copies of course and content area syllabi are available upon request of the Principal. Requests must be made ahead of time, and in writing, in order to allow time for school personnel to reproduce the requested material. This applies to Social Studies, Science, Math, and English Language Arts content areas."

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