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The 2020-21 Title I School Improvement Plans are available now through June 30, 2020
As a Local Education Agency (LEA) within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), The School District of Philadelphia (SDP) supported our 43 Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI), our 17 Additional Targeted Support and Improvement (A-TSI) schools, and Targeted Support and Improvement (TSI)/Non-designated Schools in completing annual school improvement plans.
As a valued stakeholder within SDP, we invite you to review and comment on the 2020-2021 draft version of the plans. The plans will be available for public review and comment now through June 30, 2020. To review individual school plans by federal designation, please see the links below.
Congrats to Class 179!
Final published video of the commencement of class 179.
Students and families, we will be opening our school this week so that students can clean out their lockers and retrieve personal belongings.
On Tuesday, June 16, the building will be open for seniors only to clean out their lockers, return textbooks, uniforms, etc. from 9 am to 1 pm. Refund checks for prom tickets and senior dues will be ready for pick up as well.
On Wednesday, June 17, the building will be open for students in grades 9-11 from 8 am to 2 pm to clean out your lockers, return textbooks and pick up personal belongings.
Please note that staff are not required to be present on either day, so if you have items that you need to retrieve from a specific teacher or staff member, that may need to wait until we re-open in the Fall.
If you are a senior or a student leaving the school district and you borrowed a laptop, please do not bring it back to NEHS. The school district is requiring that you return the laptop to the school district office at 440 North Broad Street or the Fitzpatrick Annex at 11061 Knights Road.
Omar F. Crowder
NEHS Students and Families,
As the school year comes to an end and we bid farewell to Class 179, I would like to wish you all good health and I hope that you are safe. We will continue to communicate with you all about school reopening once that information is available.
Please continue to check our website (nehs.philasd.org) and our social media platforms for the most up-to-date information throughout the summer.
Here is a short video from our staff to let you know how much we miss you all and we can’t wait to see you in September!!
Have a great summer and take care,
Congrats to the 2020 NEHS National Honor Society Inductees!
Does your child need health insurance? PCCY’s Healthline helps parents and caregivers apply for Medicaid and CHIP for free, over the phone and in any language. Call 215-563-5848 x17 now to enroll.
¿Su hijo necesita seguro médico? La línea de salud de PCCY ayuda a los padres y cuidadores a solicitar Medicaid y CHIP de forma gratuita, por teléfono y en cualquier idioma. Llame al 215-563-5848 x 17 ahora para inscribirse.
Message from Principal Mr. Crowder:
Students and Families,
I am writing today to acknowledge the peaceful protests that continue to take place in our city and across the country in honor of George Floyd and the many others who have lost their lives due to racism and brutality. I understand the hurt and outrage that many of you feel and I want you to know that I see you and I hear you. I do believe that we can make real change in our country to end racism and bigotry, but it must be done through peaceful and legal means.
Over the last few days we have seen businesses looted and burned, people injured and in some places, people have lost their lives. I understand the pain people are feeling, but I cannot condone or support unlawful actions. I encourage every member of our learning community to have your voice heard in a positive and productive way. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr believed strongly in a civil rights movement based on peaceful, non-violent protest and so do I.
As your principal, I want you to know that I believe Black Lives Matter. I believe that the senseless killing of black men and women needs to stop. I also believe that it is my duty to encourage all Northeast High School students to be safe and have your voices heard in a peaceful and lawful way. Please remember that we are still in the middle of a very dangerous pandemic and if you leave your home, please practice social distancing protocols and please avoid situations deemed dangerous or unlawful.
The staff of Northeast High School are here to support you through this very difficult time. Please do not hesitate to reach out to any member of our staff if you need assistance.
Please be safe and take care,