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We are working with PowerSchool to resolve an issue with Daily bulletins / emails and making "some progress". 

During our troubleshooting, we discovered many emails "stuck in the queue". The work is ongoing and you may receive a group of emails today.

Please be patient as we feel this is a valuable source of communication and we want to get it working the the way it is supposed to.

As always, I thank you so much for your time and patience.

Guy Bourassa
Enfield Public Schools 

JFK and Enfield High Families,

PowerSchool just notified us of a change to the way family members create login IDs. We are working with PS to resolve these issues and will let you know when they are resolved. 

As a result, parents/guardians who created PowerSchool IDs this year are not able to access students’ grades using the PowerSchool App. 

Please see below for how this may apply to you and how you can access grade information.

Download the directions: Creating Parent PowerSchool IDs 18-19.pdf

For parents who created a PowerSchool ID during the 2017-2018 school year:

  • If you set up the PowerSchool App on your phone during the 2017-2018 school year and it is still working, you are not affected by the change.
For parents who created a PowerSchool ID during the 2018-2019 school year, to access student grades:
  • Using a web browser on your computer, tablet, or phone, go to
  • Type in the PowerSchool ID you created (an email address)
  • Type in the password you created

The PowerSchool Student and Parent portals, 
as well as the PowerSchool mobile apps are open

October 15, 2018

In 2006, the CTSDE published Guidelines for Managing Life-Threatening Food Allergies in Connecticut Schools. In May 2006, the Enfield Board of Education passed Wellness Policy #6142.  Part of this policy addresses celebrations in the classroom.

EPS has many students and staff with severe food allergies, so I want to remind you of a few of our practices.

1.   No home baked food of any kind can be brought into school to be shared in class. This includes students and staff.

2.   Celebrations, which include the consumption of shared food are limited to one per month in each  classroom and must include healthy choices.

3.  Any food purchased in a store or bakery must be brought to the nurses's office for approval with the following conditions:

 - The food must be brought in the original, sealed package (cracker or cookie packages must be brought in the multipack)

- Ingredients on the package must be clearly visible for the nurse to read

4.   No beverages other than water are allowed outside of lunch in classrooms, study halls, or in the hallways.  Parents/guardians, please do not drop your child off at school with beverages being consumed.

*Please note these guidelines do not apply to your child’s lunch or snack brought from home.  Please remind them not to share their food items.

If you have questions, the best way to reach me is by email.

Thanks for your cooperation in keeping our students safe.

Trisha Vayda BSN, RN, NCSN
Acting Nursing Supervisor
Enfield Public Schools
1264 Enfield St.
Enfield, CT 06082

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