What’s New?

What’s New?


Can you believe we are halfway through our first semester! Be sure to check your grades 

and look for any missing assignments. The grade that is showing is just a

small part of the picture of your overall grade.

Please look for emails with important dates for standardized testing.


We are very excited to have our first school store! 

Check out all the cool eSucceed Virtual School clothing, hats, face coverings,

coffee mugs and tumblers! The store is only open until November 29th, 2020.

Estimated date for arrival of orders is Dec. 14th!

Click Here to Shop


What our Students are Saying!

After completing an assignment that required students to analyze a theme

from a story, one of our #eSucceedUNITE students had this feedback:

“Thank you for that really fun project! I really enjoy doing things like that. 😊”


Fun Virtual Events and Facts about Thanksgiving!

Check out these links for fun virtual activities to do this Thanksgiving!

8 Virtual Thanksgiving activities for Families

Watch the Macy’s Day Parade and Other Virtual Events


Interesting Thanksgiving Facts

The first Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621 over a three day harvest festival.

Turkey wasn’t on the menu at the first Thanksgiving. Venison, duck, goose, oysters,

lobster, eel, and fish were likely served, alongside pumpkins and cranberries

(but not pumpkin pie or cranberry sauce!).


In the original Roman calendar, November was the ninth month of the year.

It got its name from the Latin word “novem” which means nine.  However, it became the

eleventh  month when the Romans added in January and February to the start of the year.


Throughout much of history, November has often been thought of as a somber

month because it signaled the start of winter. People would spend the month

storing up their harvest  and preparing their food and homes in order to survive the winter.


November in the Northern Hemisphere is similar to May in the Southern Hemisphere.


Sources: https://www.ducksters.com/history/novemberinhistory.php, Good Housekeeping