Enumclaw High School Daily Bulletin | May 16

Enumclaw High School Daily Bulletin

Wednesday, May 16, 2012


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Today’s New Information:


If you are a senior that has received 6 letters or more, please stop by the Athletic Office.

Attention, sophomores and juniors, interested in helping new students adjust to EHS, while also learning fun leadership skills?  Then apply to be a Link Crew leader.  Application can be picked up at the ASB or main office and are due this Friday.

Girls basketball meeting after school in the Commons at 2:45PM on Wednesday, May 23 to hand out calendars and discuss summer schedule. All are welcomed!

SENIORS:  We are still accepting money for Grad Night. Please send money as soon as you can. We are now signing up students on buses. You MUST be paid in full before you can sign up.  A parent will be there on Thursday to accept money and sign up kids during lunch time.

Have you ever wondered what the field of Occupational Therapy is like?  Then come to the career center on Thursday, May 17th during Core/Choice.  There will be an Occupational Therapy student from Green River discussing what Occupational Therapy is and schooling options both in state and out of state.

Congratulations to Cole Snider for being elected as Washington State’s FFA President for next year.

Information in Review:

Congratulations to the 2012-13 Senior Officers:  Adriana Barrera, Jennifer Hogan, Sarah Ivie, Zachary Mason, Lindsay Ross and Jessica Snoen.

Please check out the Fine List.  Are you on it?  Please pay your fines now!

Please return all of your overdue books as soon as possible

Drink Winner of the week from Buzzy’s is Pedro Vic.

Enumclaw High School’s student athletes and coaches are well represented in the SPSL 3A League Awards. Below is what has been reported so far by the SPSL:



1st Team:  Tyler Carlson—outfield, Kevin Nelson—designated hitter

2nd Team:  Kevin Nelson and Bryce Peterson—pitcher, Bryce Peterson—third base,

Cooper Wicks—catcher, Colton Lathrop—firstbase

Colton McCluskey--shortstop



1st Team:  Courtney Cox-catcher, Sarah Morrow-infield, Jennifer Simpson-outfield

2nd Team:  Chloe Young-pitcher, Anna DeGroot-outfield, Joslin Pierotti-utility



1st Team:  Jay Williams—midfielder,  Caleb Gwerder--defender

2nd Team:  Austin Walsh—defender, Luke Olney—midfielder, Darwin Wood—defender,

Demetri Anderson—goal keeper

Honorable Mention:  Tyler Koenig—forward, Hogan Olafson--defender



All-Opponent Team:  Rachel Norling, Hannah Smith,  Rachel Holley

Coach of the Year—Rick Carel

All-Academic Team:  Rachel Holley, Jordan Koontz


Water Polo:

1st Team:  Katie Larrea, Allie Larrea, Megan Lesmeister

2nd Team:  Annie Birklid, Hannah Kinniburgh

Honorable Mention:  Bella Davenport

Coaches of the Year—Bob Averill and Ken Deman


Congratulations to this year’s Art Show Award Winners

Congratulations to all the Art winners.  Come by and see all their work in the commons, Hive display cases, Studio 1025 and the 1000 Building..  The winners are on display in case #8 in the commons.


Honorable Mention        Lauren Cary         Graphite   “The Sun is Gone but I Have a Light”

Honorable Mention        Audrey Brown     Graphite   “Riley”

Second Place                Roberto Avila    Charcoal   “Bottle of Water”

Frist Place                     Janice Fair           Graphite     “Paris”



Honorable Mention        Markel Soikes      Tempera and Pastels     “Technic Cloud”

Second Place                 Lauren Cary        Tempera                      “Juggernauts”

First Place                     Payton Vick       Tempera                       “Sunset at Beach”


Digital Art:

Second Place                 Jacob Jolosky     Digital Art              “Shaping of a Legend MJ #23”

Frist Place                     Jimmy Schweter Digital Art               “CR Johnson Memorial”

Best of Show                  Keeva Johnson                   Mixed Media                “Consumerism in America”


Digital Photography (over 250 entries this year!)

1st Place -     Black and White         Austin Schuver                “Dark Dock”

1st Place -    Still Life                      Hayden Schmitt               “Unity”

2nd Place – Digital Manipulation     Carissa Weeks                “Glass”

1st Place –   Digital Manipulation     Courtney Bone                “Pink Petunias”

2nd Place – Animals                       Austin Schuver                “2 Jumper”

1st Place –   Animals                       Austin Schuver                “On the Prowl”

2nd Place – Nature                         Dafine Griffin                  “Spring”

2nd Place – Nature                         Jacob Pacey                     “Ripple Puddle”

1st Place –   Nature                         Nik Stopsack                   “Mt Hood Sunset”


Best of Show – Photography         Rachel Revell                   “Aged Photo”


DO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE?  Dance Team Tryout Week begins TUESDAY, May 29th, in the Weight Training/Conditioning Room from 2:45- 4:45. Registration information is NOW available in the Activities Office or Mrs. Lang’s Swift Web Page.  Pick one up today because a current physical is required for tryouts. The EHS DANCE team will include boys and girls on this year’s team to perform all styles of dance. If you have rhythm, style, musicality, and showmanship, you may have just what it takes to be part of this year’s Dance Team! Dance training will help, but don’t count yourself out if you haven’t been professionally trained! Talk to Mrs. Lang if you have any questions or concerns in Room 219.


All students (not freshmen) are invited to apply to be a Link Leader.  A staff recommendation is not required.  For more information, attend one of the informational meetings or see Ms. Webb or Ms. Weinbrecht.


We were just informed that Tyler Carlson has been named to this year’s Star Times Team.  The awards luncheon will be held Monday, May 14 at 11:30 a.m. at the Times building 1000 Denny Way.  There will be a large section in a future issue of the Times honoring Tyler and the other Star Times Team members.


After school math tutoring is available for any students who need a little extra help with homework or preparing for tests.  Tutoring is held Tuesday in portable 10 and Thursday in room 211 from 2:40 to 3:30.  Drop in for all or just part of the time to get your math questions answered.  Hope to see you there.


Congratulations to these Soccer Players for being chosen for the All League Team:

1st Team:  Caleb Gwerder (junior), Defense, Jay Williams (senior), Midfield

2nd Team:  Luke Olney (sophomore), Midfield, Austin Walsh (junior), Forward

Darwin Wood (junior), Defense

Honorable Mention:  Demetri Anderson (senior), Goalkeeper,  Tyler Koenig (junior), Forward, Hogan Olafson (junior), Midfield


We are proud to announce that our Equestrian Team took 2nd at state last weekend!  Congratulations!


Congratulations State Judo Champions. The following competed at State and Enumclaw came in 4th.   Team Captains, Jade Paterson and Stevie Williams placed 2nd in their divisions, Carrie Brocx placed 3rd,  Danielle Cormier placed 2nd,  Sean Wei, placed 3rd.  Other competitors were Joseph Ginez, Kaitlin Lovelace, Nathen Nguyen,  Kyristin Schlager,  Catlin Williams and Jessica Conrad.




The April/May Monthly Scholarship & College Information List is now available.  Stop by the Counseling or Career Center to pick up a copy or go to the Career Center Swift Website.


Seniors:  If you ordered honor cords, they are available for pick-up in the Main Office.  See Mrs. Bray.


Graduation Walking Partners will be assigned the week before Graduation when tickets are being handed out and also at Senior Check out.


Please let us know of any scholarships you have earned.  Go to the Enumclaw High School Homepage and click on the link for Senior Scholarship Form and follow directions on form.  The deadline to turn any scholarships in is May 18th


Seniors, if you received an invitation to the senior luncheon on May 24 be sure to RSVP by placing the blue ticket with your name on it in the box in the office.  Invitations went to all seniors with a cummulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.  If you did not receive an invitation, but believe that you should have, please see Mrs. Ross in room 211.


If you are a senior  -- please stop by the activity office.


Countdown to Commencement:

Each day through June 8th, Mr. Nelson would like one or more 2012 graduates to be featured on the district website as we "Countdown to Commencement".  There is a short form available in the Activities Office to be completed by the graduate.  Please return your completed form to the Activities Office.  A picture of the graduate will be posted on the website along with the information from the form. We would be pleased to have ALL the 2012 grads featured!


Graduation announcements are available in the Main Office for purchase.  They are $1.25 ea.

And if you have not picked up your gown, etc. it is available in the main office right now!


SENIORS:  Do you qualify for the COMMITMENT AWARD?  Did you turn out for any sports?  Have you been in any Clubs?  Did you run for an office? In BOC?  Were you on the Honor Roll?  Have you done any School Service/Community Service?  If you can say yes to these you may qualify for this award.  Please come to the Activity Office to pick up the information



PTSO Meeting                                                       Tuesday, May 22                         6:00PM                           Main Office

Cabaret                                                             Tuesday, May 22                        6:00 – 8:30PM               Commons

Senior Project Night                                            Wednesday, May 23                   TBD                                    Campus

Senior Honors Luncheon                                        Thursday, May 24                        11:00 – 12:40PM             Library

Memorial Day – No School                                      Monday, May 28

Dance Team Try-outs                                            Tuesday, May 29 –June 1             2:45 – 4:45PM Weight/Conditioning

Boys Summer Basketball Practice                            Tuesday, May 29 – June 8            3:00 – 5:00PM                 Gyms

Discipline/Athletic Summit                                      Wednesday, May 30                     3:00 – 4:30PM                 Library

EHS Streetmasters Car Show & Car Bash                Friday, June 1                              7:00 – 1:45PM                 Auto Shop


Senior Ball  ($80.00 each ticket first 125)              Saturday, June 2                        7:00PM to 11:00PM   Argosy Cruise

Senior Ball Photos are taken in the Commons before the Cruise, sign-up when you buy your tickets for a photo time.)        Graduation Tickets available for purchase – 10 free, $3.00 for extra, ONLY graduates may pick them up and purchase extra tickets. June 4 – 7th 2012                                      Lunches

Dance Team Auditions                                           June 4                                        3:00 - ?

Senior Awards                                                      Monday, June 4                           7:00PM                           Auditorium

YUP Party (Yearbook Unveiling Party)                       Wednesday, June 6                      2:45 – 4:00PM                 Commons

Choir Concert                                                        Wednesday, June 6                      7:00 -8:30PM                  Auditorium

Senior Check-out                                                Thursday, June 7                       8:00 -2:30PM  Classrooms & Library

EHS Film Festival                                                   Thursday, June 7                         7:00PM                     Chalet Theater

2012 Seniors Last Day/ BBQ/ Carnival                      Friday, June 8                              8:00 – 1:15PM             EHS Campus

Baccalaureate (1535 Washington, Enumclaw)          Sunday, June 10                          7:00PM         Trinity Lutheran Church

Contact Debbie McKinlay for more information  253-332-2004

Graduation Practice (REQUIRED)                             Monday, June 11                          10:00 – 1:00PM   White River Amphi.

Graduation (10 free tickets, graduates only))         Monday, June 11                       7:00PM      White River Amphitheatre

Graduates must be there by 6:00PM –Guests 6:15PM

Last Day of school (Undergraduates)                       Tuesday, June 19                         8:00 -11:15PM                Per. 1-6


Future Hornets Hoop Camp                                    Monday, June 25 – 28                  9:00 – 4:00PM                 Gyms

Girls Basketball Youth Camp                                   Monday, July 9 – 12                     12:00 – 5:30                   Gyms

Boys Plateau Pro Camp Basketball                           Monday, July 23 – 25                    8:30 – 3:00PM                 Gyms


Registration for fall 2012 Sports                           Monday, August 13

Athletic/Cashier Office NOT OPEN                        Tuesday, August 14

First Day of Football Practice                               Wednesday, August 15

Cross Country, Golf, Soccer (G), Swim (G)

Tennis (B), Volleyball, Water Polo (B) Begin          Monday, August 20

Hornet Days                                                      Thursday, August 23 & Friday, August 24

First Day of School 2012                                     Wednesday, August 29               Campus

2012 Homecoming Football Game                           Friday, September 28                   Pete’s Pool

2012 Homecoming Dance                                   Saturday, September 29             TBD

PSAT Testing                                                        Saturday, October 20/12              7:30AM – 12:30PM          100 Bldg.


CLUBS/GROUPS & Meetings:

GSA (Gay Straight Alliance) New club -Believe in stopping bullying and harassment?  Think everyone deserves kindness and respect? Wish you had a place to go for support?  Want to make an impact in our world?  GSA meetings are on Wednesday’s from 2:30PM to 4:00PM in room 142.  Get involved!


Interested in serving your community?  Want to help others?  Interact club is a service club here on campus that works with the Rotary Club.  We are looking for volunteers to help with events

throughout the school year.  Now is your chance to get involved and make a difference.  Please contact  christy_


The Native American Club is an opportunity for students to participate in leadership and cultural activities. The group will meet on the first Tuesday of the month in the counseling offices. There are no fees to participate in the club. Club participation is a great opportunity to learn about Tribal leadership.


Need something fun to do on Monday nights? Young Life is the answer. Come join us in the senior locker bay at 7:37PM.


COMMUNITY Happenings:

Enumclaw School District Clothing Bank  Need clothes? We have them for free. The clothing bank is located at JJ Smith School 1640 Fell Street.

We are here to help you out. We have gently used donated clothes and shoes!  .   Hours are Tuesdays 10 am - 6 pm.  We are open whenever school is in session.  Sheila  253-740-1367


Attention Class of 2012 Parents:

Grad Night:  is still on.  Cost is $200.00.  Mail payments to Lorie Ritzdorf at PO Box 812 Enumclaw, WA 98022  Need more information please call Kim Sales at 253-335-2051.

EHS All-School Reunion August 8, 2012 in EHS Commons from 10:30 to 3:00PM.

(go to for more information)


The Plateau Running Club of Enumclaw proudly presents the Amazing 3000 Elementary and Open Cross Country race at Southwood Elementary School.  Join the fun – the school with the most runners participating will receive a donation to their phy-ed program for new equipment!  Applications are available in the Athletic Office.


Want to start a club interested in helping abused and abandoned animals? An estimated 500 animals die every day from abuse. Pasado’s Safe Haven is one of the premier animal rescue organizations in the United States, dedicated to 24-hour rescue and rehabilitation of dogs, cats and farm animals. Located on 85 pastoral and wooded acres one hour northeast of Seattle, the sanctuary is home to hundreds of dogs, cats, cows, chickens, ducks, goats, turkeys, pigs, and donkeys. Most arrived from abuse or neglect and now live out their lives in peace. Call Elizabeth Drain at (253) 302-2360 for more info, or visit


Hey friends this will separate the Hornets from the honey bees (and the DNA from the RNA): "We need YOU to come celebrate Mr. Phil Poppleton and his huge contribution to education with a fabulous party at the Enumclaw Danish lodge- 1708 Porter St. – on Saturday, May 26, 2012 at 2:00 pm until the wee hours! Look forward to laughs and stories and dancing. You and your family are expected to attend. No exceptions will be made without written explanation slip from a parent or doctor.

Please bring a pot luck item and beverage of your choice.  This is the hot ticket in town- so come on out and enjoy showing your appreciation for this great educator.  Oh, and spread the word to other students, EHS staff, and friends.  It's going to be a great time.  Dress is strictly formal Enumclaw- barn boots, cork boots, or whatever is comfortable.  The main thing is that YOU ATTEND and bring your family and friends!  Arrive anytime.  Can't wait to see you!

Email any questions regarding this grand show to me at

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