Click HERE for the 2016 Summer Reading List
SHS Summer Reading - Book Availability

2016-2017 Free and Reduced Lunch Letter
2016-2017 Free and Reduced Lunch Application

2016-2017 Bus Routes

Somers High School#5 Vision Boulevard, Somers, CT 06071

Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, and Kindness
Our Shared Core Values, "The Spartan Code"

 

SHS - Summer 2016 Math Assignments

Algebra 1
Algebra 2
AP Calculus
AP Statistics
Calculus
Geometry
Pre-Calculus

 

Summer Reading SHS 2016

Grade 9 Summer Reading Worksheet

Grade 10 Summer Reading Worksheet

Grade 11 Summer Reading Worksheet

Grade 12 Summer Reading Worksheet

 

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eBackPack - Parent Portal
Click here to access

 

ALL SPORTS FORMS ARE ON-LINE

CLICK ON THE "SPORTS" LINK

FOR ACCESS

 

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IMPORANT DATES

Thursday August 25th - Band Camp 8:00am -12:00pm

Friday August 26th - Freshman Orientation 1:00-2:30pm

Wednesday August 31st - Classes Resume for 2016-2017

2016-2017 District Calendar

Course Selection Guide 2016-17

Lunch Menu September

 

MISSION STATEMENT

Everyone at Somers High School will work to foster a learning community characterized by academic excellence, intellectual curiosity, creative expression, responsible citizenship, personal growth, and respect for all.

Click to show Academic and Social/Civic Expectations

Somers High School's 21st Century Learning Expectations

Reading
Demonstrate the ability to think critically by reading challenging material and effectively communicating its meaning and usage.

Communication
Demonstrate the skills necessary to effectively communicate through writing and/or speaking.

Problem Solving
Demonstrate critical thinking in problem solving and reasoning in order to analyze, solve problems, and clearly communicate the solution.

Technology
Demonstrate appropriate use of technology to support communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking.

Creative Expression
Create, perform, and respond to the arts with understanding and recognize the role of the arts in expressing and communicating the human experience.

Civic and Social
Demonstrate positive citizenship to the school community characterized by respect, responsibility, integrity and kindness.

SHS Office Hours

September - June
Monday-Friday

7:00 am-3:00 pm

860.749-2270 (press 5, 4)

860.749-9264 (fax)

SHS Office Staff

Mr. Gary Cotzin, Principal x4105

Mr. Dan Carroll, Assistant Principal x4103

Miss Karen Clark , Secretary to the Principal x4102

Mrs. Pam Blauvelt, Secretary to the Assistant Principal x4101

Mrs. Laura Pruden, Secretary x4104