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Platt High Distance Learning 
Student/Parent TECH Support

 In a continuing effort to support the MPS community we are now offering support to MPS parents. We have created a web form that they can fill out to enter a support ticket. They can go to the following link 

This link can also be found on our website under Parent Resources.Should families be unable to access the form they can also call a support number 203-379-2628


 Google Classroom Class Codes

We want to hear from you!  Click here to take parent survey


Attention Athletes: Registration for Spring Sports is now open. Click the Icon below for sports team registration

a button that reads 'Register Now' with a 'Powered by FamilyID' stamp on the bottom of it 



Attention parents: Please ensure that your email and phone numbers are

up-to-date with the school so that we can effectively communicate.  Contact the

guidance office if you have any questions

 Stay Connected with PHS!

Twitter: @plattpanthers77

Facebook: Platt Panthers

Remind: Text @orvill to 81010 (click here for more information) 

 "Connect 2 Compete"

With many components of the District's blended learning initiative, it is often asked about the students who do not have Internet access at home. Cox Communications have a program called "Connect 2 Compete" that offers high speed Internet to qualifing families for $9.99/month. Specific program information is available at http://connect2compete.org/cox/.

 Common Core Information

New Common Core State Standards website, http://ctcorestandards.org.
   Meriden Awarded Nellie Mae Foundation Grant

Together with the Nellie Mae Foundation, we will be working to create blended learning environments that embrace online, student-centered and experiential learning.  This highly prestigious award recognizes the commitment and dedication of our high school staffs, district leaders, and supportive Board of Education. http://www.meridenk12.org/Schools/High_Schools/Student-Centered-Learning/

 Message from Dr. Benigni, Superintendent of the Meriden Public Schools

The Connecticut State Board of Education recently adopted guidelines for student absences.  For the first nine absences, parents may write a letter excusing the absence.  However, on the tenth absence, medical or legal documentation will be required.  Students who attend school regularly achieve success!  Thank you!