EHS Remembers 9/11

Adults at the TEC campus remember the day 16 years ago and share their thoughts

Good morning and welcome to PirateTV, I’m Shy.

and I’m Christiana.

Today we honor the memory of September 11th by taking a look back at the events through the eyes of our Englewood adults who remember that day. We also take a look forward to changes in our society and our way of thinking that makes us stronger for going through that experience and many others over the last 16 years.

First, we asked adults in our building where they were when the planes hit the twin towers and how they found out about the attack. We also asked the hard question… how did you feel at the time.

(sot) Patrick Maschka (phychologist)


on the anniversary, the new york times reports, thousands of people gathered in Lower Manhattan near the reflecting pools where the World Trade Center towers once stood.

It was 8:46 a.m., the moment when, 16 years ago a plane struck the north tower.

people crowded the National September 11 Memorial plaza at the World Trade Center for what has become an annual event: the reading of the names of the 2,977 people killed in the terrorist attack of Sept. 11, 2001, and of the six killed in the bombing of the World Trade Center on Feb. 26, 1993.

(sot) Matt Hastings (IT)

We showed people in our building a picture from that day. We made sure they were old enough to remember the event. One adult says it is important to look back so you can look forward with hope.

(sot) Kendra Schappaugh (Cafeteria)

Mr. Hacket your librarian said it was sad, but important to always remember

(sot) Brian Hackett (librarian)

Remember to keep those dealing with Hurricane Irma in your thoughts this week.

Good bye