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1060 Sheldon Street Doors Open: (6:45 a.m Commons) 7:10 a.m.
West Suffield, CT 06093 School Hours: 7:25 a.m. - 2:05 p.m.
Phone: 860-668-3810 Main Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.
Fax: 860-668-3037 Guidance Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

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Posted Thursday, Jan 19, 2017 

NOTICE to 8th GRADE STUDENTS & PARENTS:
There will be an evening orientation program for 9th grade course section at Suffield High School on February 8, 2017. Please see the attached letter for more details: Orientation Letter - PDF

Posted Wednesday, Jan 18, 2017 
Posted Tuesday, Jan 17, 2017 

On June 10, 2017, Suffield High Safe Party will host a New York, Hudson River cruise for the senior class. We will meet at the school at 5:30 PM and coach buses will depart for the New York Pier 40, promptly at 6:00 PM. Dress for the evening is causal and a sweater or sweatshirt is suggested. We will return to SHS at approximately 3:00 AM. The costs to the students are $50.00. Safe Party subsidizes the majority of the expenses. For more information and confirmation page, please click on the following link: Letter - PDF

Posted Thursday, Jan 12, 2017 
A Field Trip to the Machine Technology Program at Asnuntuck Community College will be held on Wednesday, 2/15 from Noon – 2:00pm. Any student who will be a junior or senior next year and is interested in possibly attending this half-day program in Welding, Precision Machining, or Electronics is encouraged to attend. Students who participate in the program leave SHS at Noon each day and earn both high school and college credit in one of these skilled trade areas. See your counselor today for a permission slip if interested. Deadline is 2/8.
Posted Wednesday, Jan 11, 2017 

Wildcats Hockey 1st Annual Alumni Jamboree to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project was a huge success. The rink was filled with current and former student athletes and fans from Suffield, Granby, and Windsor Locks. The current players chose the Wounded Warrior Project as a charity because they wanted to help our military troops and veterans. The Wildcats Hockey Booster Club did an excellent job coordinating the event raising $941 for the Wounded Warrior Project. Assistant Wildcats Hockey Coach Jon Cieri did a great job reaching out to the alumni for the game. Even though several of the alumni graduated many years ago, they all still feel a strong bond with the Wildcats Hockey Program. Friday night was a success for all involved.


Donations may still be made online at https://fundraise.woundedwarriorproject.org/rtt/Fundraising/individual/40404352

Posted Monday, Jan 9, 2017 

Congratulations to the PE students of the month for the Month of December. Keep up the hard work, sportsmanship and commitment to excellence! Our honorees are Anna Mervosh, Chris Rainey-Griggs, Lukas Gracia, Julia Hart, Halie Shea, Riley DellaPenna, and Victoria Kent.

Posted Monday, Jan 9, 2017 

Our Wildcats Alumni versus Varsity Jamboree was a big success and raised over $900 for the Wounded Warrior Project!

A large collection of great event photos is now available on our website's gallery page. All are free to download. More to come as well.

Also new to the page is a photo album link to pictures at the Xavier game by pro photographer Kevin Pataky.

Go to à http://suffieldhockey.org/PhotoGalleries.html

Posted Wednesday, Dec 21, 2016 

The superintendent's proposed budget for the 2017-2018 school year was presented at the December 15th Board of Education Meeting.

Superintendent's Proposed Budget for 2017-2018 - PDF

For more information, visit our Budget Information Webpage

Posted Tuesday, Dec 20, 2016 

Applications are now available for the CT Youth Leadership Forum for Students with Disabilities, which will take place this summer from July 24 – 27 at UCONN. This is a 4 day forum designed to help current 10th or 11th graders to strengthen their leadership skills and prepare for college. Application deadline is February 25th so interested students should see their case manager or counselor ASAP.

Posted Tuesday, Dec 20, 2016 

In an effort to increase community awareness of SHS programming and activities the school has created a new Twitter page. Please find and follow the Twitter name @suffield_hs as we are hopeful that parents, students, and the community will find this additional means of communication helpful as we highlight the wonderful things happening at SHS. Examples of some recent posts include biotechnology work happening as part of a grant through Amgen Pharmaceuticals, opening night of the SHS basketball season including a Unified Basketball game vs. East Windsor, an announcement regarding the school's commitment to the CIAC Class Act School Sportsmanship framework, and a congratulations to this year's CAPSS Student Award Recipient.

Posted Wednesday, Dec 14, 2016 
Attention Seniors: The Amiel P. Zak Scholarship is now available in the counseling office. This scholarship is a $4,000 renewable scholarship, aimed at a Suffield student who is attending a 2 or 4 year college, and has demonstrated contributions to the community, through supporting safety, commonwealth or overall quality of community life in Suffield. This scholarship is not intended to recognize academic achievement. Applications are in the counseling office.
Posted Friday, Dec 9, 2016 

With winter weather already having arrived, I would like to take this opportunity to remind you of the district's procedures relative to school closings, delays, and early dismissals. The district will communicate the decision to parents to close school, delay the opening, or dismiss early using our electronic alert telephone system. This system provides us with the capability to send a message to your home and cell phone by either text message or voice message. Information related to delayed openings and school closures will typically be communicated by 5:30 a.m. The district's status is always posted on the district website at www.suffield.org...

Read more by clicking on the attached letter: 2016-2017 Winter Weather District Procedures - PDF

Posted Friday, Dec 9, 2016 

Students: If you're interested in Suffield sports, you can follow @suffieldPS on Twitter. Mr. Bosworth will be posting athletic scores and updates there.

Posted Tuesday, Dec 6, 2016 
The wrestling/boys swim/and hockey shuttle will leave at 2:30 for the remainder of the winter season.
Posted Thursday, Nov 10, 2016 

All the Ski Club documents you need to participate this season are listed and linked below:

  1. Ski Club Application
  2. Frequently Asked Questions
  3. Permission Slip for Alternate Ride from Berkshire
    East
  4. Ski Club Sweatshirt Order Form
Posted Monday, Nov 7, 2016 

Attention Juniors and Seniors: Representatives from the following four schools will be here at SHS on Wednesday and Thursday: Hartwick College, Johnson & Wales University, Asnuntuck Community College, and Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. Many of the college representatives that visit Suffield High are the same people reading your admissions application, so seniors, it maybe in your best interest to speak with them if applying to their school. If interested in meeting with any of these reps, sign up in the Counseling Office.

Posted Monday, Nov 7, 2016 

On behalf of the CIAC Unified Sports staff I'd like to congratulate you and your school on being identified as a Unified Champion Banner School. This is a national award sponsored by Special Olympics International. We are planning to make the award presentation at our annual Unified Leadership Summit on December 9th at the Aetna in Hartford.

George J. Synnott
Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC)

Director, Special Olympics Unified Sports

Posted Monday, Oct 3, 2016 

For attendance and security, all students who enter the Media Center must sign in and out. Even for lunch? Yes What about for printing? Yes Borrowing a chromebook charger? Yes

For any reason at all? Yes Also, please feel welcome to eat your lunch while working in the Media Center, but please take your smelly trash and trays with you!

Posted Monday, Aug 29, 2016 

Please note that the morning bus stop times are estimated and students should be at their designated bus stops 10 minutes before the bus is scheduled to arrive. Transportation is provided by M & J Bus Company.

Morning Routes

A. Ward Spaulding Elementary School and McAlister Intermediate School Bus Routes - PDF

Suffield Middle School and Suffield High School Bus Routes - PDF

Afternoon Routes

A. Ward Spaulding Elementary School and McAlister Intermediate School Bus Routes - PDF

Suffield Middle School and Suffield High School Bus Routes - PDF

If you have moved or have a change in daycare and you need to change your transportation requirements please contact your child's school.

A. Ward Spaulding School: 860-668-3826
McAlister Intermediate School: 860-668-3830
Suffield Middle School: 860-668-3820
Suffield High School: 860-668-3810

Posted Monday, Jun 1, 2015 
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Steven Moccio

Assistant Principals

Gina Olearczyk
Brendan Canny

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