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Virtual Learning

  • Welcome to Virtual Learning!

    Dear Patrick Henry Families, welcome to the 2020-2021 school year! Our first quarter will be 100% virtual. Patrick Henry teachers are posting daily assignments on their individual teacher webpages and on their Microsoft Teams page. At the top of our website, click the "Faculty" tab, and then click on the link for your child's teacher. Each teacher will post daily assignments. Reach out to your child's teacher or to Dr. Rogers (314.231.7284, deborah.rogers@slps.org) if you cannot find your child's assignments. Thank you for your patience as we all learn this new system together. We miss you and hope you are staying healthy and safe!

    For all tech support questions, reach out to Ms. Kelsey Jones. Ms. Jones can be reached by phone at 314-231-7284, or by email at kelsey.jones@slps.org. 

    For a copy of Dr. Rogers' training powerpoint for parents, click HERE.

    For an introduction to the iPad and Microsoft Teams, click HERE.

    For assistance accessing Microsoft Teams, please click HERE for tutorials.

    For the daily schedule by grade level, click HERE

     Important Dates for Virtual Learning: 

    • September 25: Progress Reports
    • September 25: 1/2 Day of School
      • Students will have a half day of school on Friday, September 25th. Teachers will provide instruction during the morning only. Students will be released for the afternoon while teachers attend professional development. No afternoon classes will take place, and no afternoon assignments will be given. 
    • October 16: Last day of 1st quarter

     

    Stay Connected!

    Each week, Dr. Rogers publishes a blog to celebrate all of the fun things happening at Patrick Henry. That tradition will continue in the virtual world. Click below for updates from around the school, and stay connected with us! 

    September 24: https://www.smore.com/t2vax 

    September 18: https://www.smore.com/fspqz

    September 11: https://www.smore.com/e3tu0

    September 4: https://www.smore.com/pk5a0

Principal's Corner

  • Welcome to Patrick Henry Principal's Corner

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    Welcome to Patrick Henry Downtown Academy!

    At Patrick Henry, we are determined to meet the needs of every child who walks through our doors. We have a dedicated staff that returns year after year to pursue our mission and vision. We have an invested family community that chooses St. Louis Public Schools and Patrick Henry every day, partnering with us in our mission and vision for their children. And we have a strong community of neighbors, businesses, and nonprofits that work together to provide for our students academically, socially, and emotionally. In short, we have an incredible village that comes together to serve our students daily.

    The 2020-2021 school year will begin with an entirely virtual first quarter. We are all learning through this process, but we are excited to take this journey with our families. In order to have a successful year, we must partner with our families, our neighbors, and our community organizations. Please join us in our mission to equip all students with the academic skills, scholarly habits, and character traits necessary to be successful in college or the career of their choice. 

    Thank you for choosing St. Louis Public Schools, and welcome to Patrick Henry Downtown Academy!

    Dr. Deborah Rogers

    Principal

Mission and Vision

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    Our Mission: To equip all students with the academic skills, scholarly habits, and character traits necessary to be successful in college or the career of their choice.

    Our Vision: Patrick Henry Downtown Academy is committed to developing world-class teachers who will inspire and instill a joy for learning in their students, while teaching perseverance and the determination needed to overcome adversity.  In addition, our students will have access to opportunities and experiences that they need to be successful in college or the career of their choice.


     

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