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Enumclaw High School Daily Bulletin | June 8
Enumclaw High School Daily Bulletin
Friday, June 8, 2012
Athletics & Activities or go on line at: www.highschoolsports.net.
Or more athletics www.spsl.org Keep up on the Hornet scores!
Today’s New Information:
CLASS DAY and SENIOR RECOGNITION ASSEMBLY ---- Friday, June 8, 2012
Schedule: 1st period: 8:00 8:15
2nd period: 8:20 8:35
3rd period: 8:40 8:55
4th period: 9:00 9:15
5th period: 9:20 9:35
6th period: 9:40 9:55
Assembly: 10:03 11:00
Lunch: 11:00 11:40
Carnival: 11:15 1:15
Grill Master, Greg Little, will barbeque the hamburgers. Prices for complete lunches will be $2.75 for students and $4.00 for adults. The menu will include: BBQd hamburger, BBQd Kielbasa, pasta and potato salad, fruit, fruit salad, potato chips & milk (and veggie burgers upon request).
OJT and other early release students may leave at the end of their regular day. Those wishing to stay must see an administrator.
An all-school carnival with music will take place in the courtyard, weather permitting after the assembly.
Student Behavior and Campus Notes:
• The commons and commons courtyard are open for students during the lunch and carnival. THE REST OF THE CAMPUS IS CLOSED.
• THERE IS NO SENIOR OR JUNIOR PRIVILEGE during lunch on this day.
• Students wishing to leave campus must follow regular check-out procedures. YOU MAY NOT RE-ENTER CAMPUS ONCE YOU HAVE CHECKED OUT.
• Students properly checked out from the Attendance Office will have a green early dismissal slip.
Attention all freshmen who signed up for AP Biology for next year: There will be a meeting in the library after school on Tuesday to discuss your summer assignments for next year. If you can't make the meeting see Mrs.Sandfer in room 408 before you leave for summer.
Please check out the Fine List by the Cashiers Office. Are you on it? Please pay your fines now!
Fines must be paid before you can purchase a yearbook.
Please turn in all of your overdue books.
Information in Review:
On Monday night EHS was recognized by the 5th Avenue Theatre Awards! Out of 94 High School Musical Productions across the State, Michelle McGrath and Juliet Bannerot were singled out for their fine performances in our spring musical Les Misérables. In addition, five of our students performed on the 5th Avenue Stage: Alexis Lorenz, Dakotah Maxwell, Nicolas Peterson, Andrew Bass, and Tanner Willey danced up a storm! It is a powerful night to be surrounded by 2,500 screaming Drama students and their instructors!
Quick Numbers for 2011-2012:
39 students in Acting 1-2 Course
26 students in CTE Stagecraft & Production Course
29 students directly involved with the Fall Play Dracula
44 students directly involved with the January One Acts
(which featured three original plays by students and alumni)
10 students directly involved with the EMS Musical Disney’s The Jungle Book Kids
(which also featured a bazillion EMS students)
90 students directly involved with the Spring Musical Les Misérables
(including 59 all acting onstage at the same time!)
22 students directly involved with the May Play The House at Pooh Corner
(which toured to every Elementary School in our fair District playing to over 1,400 kids)
All told, we served more than 10,000 audience members this year! Woo-hoo!
The Streetmasters Club would like to announce the winners of the 2012 Car Show.
For Best of Show, Audi Reisinger won the student award with his 96 Yamaha Banshee and Humberto Huerta also won Best of Show with his 76 Chevrolet C10pickup.
Mr. Gary Parkert with his 2007 Dodge Ram and Mr. Wallace with his 66 Porsche 911 won Staff entry for Best of Show.
Best Domestic Car went to Mike Box for his 1956 Chevy BelAir.
Best Import Car went to John Corley with his 1995 Ferrari Spider.
Best Domestic Truck award for students went to Humberto Huerta for his 76 Chevy and the staff best domestic truck went to Mr. Gary Parkert for his 07 Dodge.
The best 4-by-4 went to Austin Scott in the student division with his 98 Ford F150 and Mr. Parkert for the staff division.
Best Engine awards went to Humberto Huerta and Mike Box.
Best Motorcycle went to Riley Nelsen for his awesome 1972 Honda SL100
There two winners for the Best Off Road Vehicle. Audi Reisinger with his 96 Yamaha Banshee and John Lanting for his 1985 Honda 350X.
Best work in progress goes to Humberto Huerta and Owen Joga. Owen had the 1984 Dodge Rampage.
Honorable Mentions go to Cole Lanhere, Austin Cole, Maranda Butterfield, and Jacob Dougherty for their entries.
Everyone that was mentioned won a prize. Please stop by the auto shop after school today to claim your prize. Thanks for making the car show a great success.
Buzzy’s drink winner of the week is Levi Membere-Coulter
Congratulations to Prom King Riley Scott & Queen Erica Bonthuis.
Only 1 more sessions of after-school tutoring in the Library. If you want to get those missing assignments in, we can help- every Monday and Wednesday, 2:30 – 3:30PM.
There will not be math tutoring available for the remainder of the year. Please make arrangements with your math teacher if you need after school help.
Graduation Answer: Children under 3 (if they are sitting in your lap) do not need a Graduation ticket.
Running Start Students need to check out from the high school too! Please pick up a form from the Main Office or we will see you Thursday, June 7 in the Library. (You will need to have the Library, Kitchen & Cashier sign you out.)
Baccalaureate is this Sunday, June 10 at 7:00PM at Trinity Lutheran Church (1535 Washington, Enumclaw) Will all seniors attending please send a childhood and recent photo to firstname.lastname@example.org for the slide show. Thank you. Contact Debbie McKinlay for more information 253-332-2004
Grad Images will be taking photos of the seniors as they get their diplomas. Seniors will be filling out a form at practice and it will then be sent in the mail to them.
Graduation Walking Partners will be assigned, if you do not have a partner, the week before Graduation when tickets are being handed out at lunches and also at Senior Check out on June 7 in the Library. You will need to email@example.com to sign up for your walking partner if you are picking up tickets from the cashier after lunches June 4 – 8th.
GRADUATION TICKETS will be distributed during both lunches June 4th - June 8th. Each graduate will receive 10 complimentary tickets, and any additional tickets may be purchased for $3 each. No tickets will be sold at the door of Graduation! ONLY graduates may pick up and purchase extra tickets.
Please return or renew all over due books...especially you Seniors!!
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 (3 – 5th graders) Monday, July 9 – 12 12:00 – 2:30PM Gyms
Girls Basketball Youth Camp (6 – 9th graders) Monday, July 9 – 12 3:00 – 5:30PM 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 8:00AM Campus
Homecoming Coronation Wednesday, September 26 7:00 – 9:00PM Commons
Homecoming Assembly Friday, September 28 12:30 – 1:15PM Gym
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.
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
Are you looking for a community service activity? The Enumclaw Visitor Center is looking for tourism-minded volunteers to help promote Enumclaw to visitors coming to the Mt. Rainier area. If you are 16 years or older and are looking for a community service opportunity, this position offers the experience of working in an office environment while helping the public. There are several shifts available. For more information call the Chamber of Commerce office at 360-825-7666 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Babysitting Job Available: Amy Trachte 253 -332-6202 (2 boys 3 & 6)
Volunteer Baking Helper: Assist small group of adults with developmental disabilities to bake fun, yummy treats. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY, just good attitude and willingness to help.
June 10, June 24, July 8, July 22,August 5, August 19
At Hope Lutheran Church in Enumclaw
Enumclaw Parks and Recreation
Special Populations Coordinator
Summer Unified BOWLING every Tuesday, 1:00-4:00pm, Join the group and bowl at Secoma Lanes (Fed Way).
Cost $ 25 per month for registration PLUS $4cash for two games/shoes. We meet at the Enumclaw Library and will return you to your home (within city limits) around 4pm