Enumclaw High School daily bulletin | Thursday, Jan. 24

Today’s New Information:

State of Education Address, is tonight, 6:00 PM, EHS Commons   Please invite your parents to attend.

“ALL” EHS Students!!!!  The Enumclaw HS (EHS) Running Club has begun! If you are interested in joining, meet in front of the weight room at 2:55. This club will go through the rest of the school year. This free club is open to anyone interested and is Open to all abilities.  If you have questions talk to Coach Stussy or Coach Trevor.

Congratulations to the following students who are last month’s P.E. / Health Student of the Month:   Weights and Conditioning:  Joey Rhodes

Intro to P.E.: Kysa Bursch

Sports and fitness: Alejandra Ramos

Health: Isaiah Cornish

College/ Military Visits in Career Center:

TODAY, January 24th- UW Tacoma is on campus, come meet this representative and get help on all college applications

Enumclaw Special Olympics Hornets vs White River Special Olympics

Location: White River High School

Wednesday, January 30th @ 7pm

Come cheer for the Enumclaw Special Olympics Senior Team at White Rivers "Slam the Stands Night"

Spring Sports Registration begins NOW

Information in Review:

Spring Sports Registration begins NOW.  All spring sports athletes please begin registering for spring sports now.  As for winter sports season our spring sports season begins the day we come back from break.  Please be registered before then!!  Sports available are baseball, fastpitch, judo, men’s soccer, girl’s tennis, track, girls water polo. Stop in the Athletics Office if you have questions.

Our next Credit Retrieval class begins Monday, January 28th.  Space is limited, registration forms are available in the Main Office or counseling, sign up early to ensure your spot.

Attention everyone!  Tolo is February second and it’s coming up quick!  Tickets will be on sale January 28th through February 1 during both lunches.  ($12 w/ASB & $15 wo/ASB.  So gentlemen make sure to snatch up a date really fast!      ( 8:30-11:00PM, Commons)

Guest passes are available in the Activity Office, please turn them in by Monday, January 28.

The National Art Honor Society is now accepting new members for second semester. Please pick up a membership application from Ms. Weber in room 1031.


This year in order to recognize all students who have distinguished themselves academically, we have decided to make a change to the Honor cord requirements. Beginning with this year's graduating class, all seniors who wish to buy and wear an Honor cord at graduation must be a member of the National Honor Society.  Many students are already members of NHS, for those that are not, it is not too late to join. The requirements for NHS membership are:

§  a 3.3 GPA

§  no serious disciplinary history ('serious' being an indecent that has resulted in a suspension, in-school or out of school).

§  recommendation by 4 faculty members

§  attendance at the Spring Induction ceremony

§  $10 dues (this pays for the student's national registration)

The Spring Induction ceremony will be held in late March.  Applications, with deadlines, will be made available in early March through the advisors, Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Sandfer.

Hey fall & spring athletes:  If you need a spring season warm up - there will be Open Gym starting from 7-9pm @ Thunder Mountain.  If you have any questions, please contact Anna DeGroot. (note the time change – now 7:00PM-9-00PM)


Enumclaw Special Olympics vs White River Special Olympics

Wednesday, January 30           7:00PM                        WR High School

Tolo Dance                                                   Saturday, February 2                 8:30-11:00PM            Commons

$12.00 w/ASB, $15.00 wo/ASB

Recognition Pep Assembly                        Friday, February 8                      12:45-1:15PM            Large Gym

President’s Day                                            Monday, February 18                No School

Mid-Winter Break                                       Monday, February 18-22          No School

Registration for Spring Sports Begins      Monday, January 14                  7:30 – 2:45PM                                                                       Cashier/Athletics

State of Education Address                      Thursday, January 24                6:00PM                        Commons

Spring Sports Begin Practice                     Monday, February 25

Spring Pep Assembly                                   Friday, March 8                           12:45-1:15PM            Large Gym

Spring Break                                                 Monday, April 22-26                  No School

Memorial Day                                              Monday, May 27                        No School

Senior Ball                                                    Saturday, June 1, 2013              7:00 – 11:30PM Shilshole Beach Club

Senior Awards                                             Tuesday, June 4                          6:30 – 9:00PM           Auditorium

EHS Film Festival                                         Thursday, June 7, 2013             7:00PM                        Chalet Theater

Graduation (Tentative)                              Monday, June 10, 2013                               White River Amphitheater

Counseling News/Career Center (room #147) this month:

January 30th- UW Bothell, college application assistance

PSAT scores have arrived!  You may pick up your scores and the test booklet in the counseling office.  The score packet contains great information about how to prepare to take the SAT exam.

The January Scholarship & College Information List is now available.  Pick up a copy in the counseling or career center or go to the career center swift website to print a copy.

Seniors - Do you need help filling out college applications?  Come to the career center on January 30th during Core/Choice.  A representative from UW Tacoma and UW Bothell will assist with college apps as well as give specific school information.


Native American /Alaskan Native Club meets monthly with no fees to participate. The group will learn leadership skills and participate in cultural events. If you have questions please see Cathy in the Counseling Center.

Spanish Club is a group that celebrates Hispanic and Latino culture and practices the use of the Spanish language.  The club is organized and ran by student leaders in the University of Washington Spanish class.  Spanish club meets once a month in Profa. Stewart's room 141 from 2:45-3:45.  Each month we learn and celebrate a topic related to Hispanic and/or Latino Heritage.  This is great place to meet friends, earn culture credit points, and have a good time.  Membership dues are $5.00 per semester.   2012/2013 dates: 2/14, 3/14, 4/11, and 5/9.

Weight Club days and times for the winter season are now Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 2:45-4:00.  Join today!  Please pay the cashier $10.00 along with a signed weight club form.  Please see Coach Gunderson with any questions or Coach Murrell (Stussy)

Clubs & Advisors available at EHS:  Drama - Darrell Miller, Equestrian – Courtney Bowie, German – Sarah Stout, Honor Society – Kathy Ross & Susan Sandfer, Interact (Rotary) – Christy Weinbrecht, Judo – Mike Nepper, Service (Key Club) – Amy Ihde, Weight Lifting – Jenelle Stussy Murrell, Art Honor Society – Amy Weber, Culinary – Cynthia Lang, D.E.C.A. – Carol Jackson. F.C.C.L.A. – Raeann Webb & Cynthia Lang, F.F.A. – Amy Morrison,  Jewelry/Skills USA – Randy

Cook, Robotics-Kent Basting & Jim LovellFord, Streetmasters – Jerry Globe, Video – Doug Wolf, G.S.A. – Jean Zeman, Water Polo – Bob Averill & Ken DeMan

COMMUNITY Happenings:

The Enumclaw Clothing Bank:   We are open every Tuesday from 10am-6pm. (closed on school closures and holidays)  We are located at the JJ Smith building on Fell St. in the old library. Sheila Smith 360-829-6605

YoungLife is on Monday nights at 7:37PM in Senior Locker Bay.  All students are welcome.


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