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September 12, 2020

Dear PHS Students and Families,

 School will begin remotely for all students this coming Monday, September 14 at 9:25 am.

 Many resources, including schedules, can be found here

Students will follow the E schedule on Monday. Students will login to Canvas and go to their 3rd period class at 9:25am , followed by period 1, then lunch, period 7, and finally period 5. On Tuesday, students will follow the F schedule (periods 4, 2, lunch, 8, 6).  See an example schedule below.  Students can see this matrix view of their schedules in PowerSchool.

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Screen shot of PHS schedule

September 9, 2020

Dear PHS Students and Families,

School will begin remotely for all students on Monday, September 14. Here is the Remote Learning Schedule.

Please see the attached documents about the first day and first weeks of school as well as the recording from today's student information session.

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Photo of Artwork by Students in US History 1

The U.S. History 1 classes in Princeton High School often take on some complex issues in our history. This year, students in Ms. Dineen's and Ms. Young's history classes created a series of exhibitions that show the enduring legacies of division.

Brought to you by member of the PHS Class of 2023, each student’s exhibit was designed to share the learning they have acquired in the past year, analyze the lasting legacies of past injustices, conflict, and triumphs to the present day, and help visitors learn more, get involved, or show their support for meaningful causes.

Read Post about Indivisible: Confronting Enduring Legacies of Division in American History
photo of student diorama in forensics

While some of us may be at home watching different crime TV shows on Netflix to pass the time, students in Mrs. Alexis Custer’s Forensic Science course are studying it at home as part of the newly expanded popular course. The hands-on course, which was converted to a full-year course this year, provides students with a wide range of projects and activities that allow them to explore multiple facets of forensics, including crime scene investigation, DNA in forensics, lip print analysis, and so much more.

Read Post about Forensic Science: Popular Course Going Strong During Remote Learning

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