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Enumclaw High School Daily Bulletin | March 25

Enumclaw High School Daily Bulletin

Monday, March 25, 2013

 

Athletics & Activities go on line at: www.spslathletics.com Keep up on the Hornet scores, schedules & directions and updates. For EHS Activities go to Enumclaw School District website and click on the upcoming events calendar and then View District-Wide Calendar.

 

Today’s New Information:

Attention 9th graders:  Link Crew is hosting a Club Fair in the gym on Wednesday during Core/Choice.  Come learn about the cool clubs EHS offers.  Get involved, you'll have fun, meet new friends and win some great scholarships your senior year.

 

"Legally Blonde" is over and the next play of the year is here!  "Antigone" (Ant - tig -gone -knee) is perfect for those who have always wanted to be in a play but are worried about the time commitment.  Rehearsals will be held in the evenings for three weeks.  This classic Greek Tragedy is more than 2000 years old, yet lasts just an hour.  It is full of anger and yelling and sword fighting and one woman trying to change the laws of her country.  It's intense!  Auditions are this Tuesday, March 26 in the Auditorium at 6:00pm.  See Mr. Miller with any questions! (#714)

 

Need Help with the SAT?  FREE

Saturdays, beginning March 23 – April 7, Enumclaw Library, 2-5pm

Sandweiss Test Prep is offering a free six week SAT class at Enumclaw Library:

Sessions on March 23 and April 20 will be 4 hours to accommodate the full-length practice test. Check your library for exact times.

Saturday, March 23  Diagnostic Test (3.5 hours) This class will start at 1pm

Saturday, March 30 Lesson 1 (3 hrs.)

Saturday, April 6  Lesson 2 (3 hrs.)

Saturday April 13  Lesson 3 (3 hrs.)

Saturday April 20 Practice Test (3.5 hrs.) This class will start at 1pm

Saturday, April 7 Test Review (1.5 hrs.)

Call Enumclaw Library to register as class size is limited to 22 students

360-825-2045 These classes will have students ready for the May 4 or June 1 SAT Exam.

 

The annual Mr. EHS competition returns this Wednesday, March 27th.  Come to the auditorium at 7:00PM to see representatives from each class compete for the coveted title of Mr. EHS. $3.00 w/ASB & $5.00 w/o and Adults.

 

Last week to build a muscle at the Hive.  Donate a dollar and get your name on a clover and all proceeds will go to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.  Clovers are only a $1.00 and you will be helping a great cause while buying your favorite products at the Hive.

 

All spring captains, please go to Coach Jacobson’s room, 417, sometime this week for your photo.

 

Information in Review:

Robotics Banquet has been changed to Friday, March 29, 7:00PM in room 603 (Mr. LovellFord).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attn. next year seniors:

Are you hoping to enroll in Cosmetology program next year? This is a reminder that application forms and interviews must be completed and returned to Mr. Smith by May 15th. There is still time to apply. Stop by the Career and Tech Office to get an application.

 

Attention all FFA Stock Show Participants: You have a mandatory meeting TUESDAY, March 26th at 7PM in the Agriculture Building. This is a mandatory meeting and a parent must be present as well. We will be covering all necessary information to get you ready for the Spring Fair! Talk to your advisors for more details.

 

Any student who has not picked up their course registration packet for next year, needs to see their English teacher as soon as possible. If you do not have an English class please come to the counseling office. Your form needs to be completed by Tuesday, March 26th.

 

Congratulations to the following students that are the P.E. / Health Students of the Month:

Weights and Conditioning:  Matthew Metschan

Intro to P.E.:  Casey Ranft

Sports and Fitness:  Jake Dessenko

Health:  Zach McMollaum

 

Pennies for Patients Fundraiser  -- put your pennies in the boxes until March 29th and then the boxes will disappear. Monies will go for cancer patients & research.

 

EHS Girls Basketball Awards will be on Tuesday, April 2, 2013 at 7:00PM in the Commons .  Cake and refreshments will be served.  Family and friends are all invited to celebrate our amazing season!

 

Are you interested in a part time job?  Do you like baseball and know the rules?  Do you like helping out with younger kids?  Have we got an opportunity for you.  The Chinook Little League is looking for a few Young Adults to hire to be umpires through the spring baseball season. Please see Mr. Sando to get the information to sign up.

 

IMPORTANT DATES for 2013:

National Honor Society Induction           Tuesday, March 26                                                          Auditorium

Mr. EHS                                                         Wednesday, March 27              7:00-9:00PM              Auditorium

Jostens Senior Graduation Supplies        Tuesday, April 9                          Lunches                       Commons

Sadies                                                            April 13                                         8:30-11:00PM            Commons

Junior Achievement Banquet                   April 18                                         6:30-8:00PM              Commons

Spring Break                                                 Monday, April 22-26                  No School

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Listed below is the schedule for A.P. Testing –All students testing must ride the bus to J.J. Smith for testing.

Calculus (11th – 12th)                                  Wednesday, May 8                    8:00-Noon                  J.J. Smith

English Lit/Composition (12th)                  Thursday, May 9                         8:00-Noon                  J.J. Smith

English Language/Composition (11th)     Friday, May 10                            8:00-Noon                  J.J. Smith

May 10 is the last day for AP Art students’ to submit portfolios.

Statistics (11th – 12th)                                 Friday, May 10                            12:00- 4:00PM           J.J. Smith

Biology (10th)                                               Monday, May 13                        8:00-Noon                  J.J. Smith

U.S. History (11th)                                       Tuesday, May 14                        8:00-Noon                  J.J. Smith

Government (12th)                                      Tuesday, May 14                        Noon-4:00PM            J.J. Smith

World History (10th-maybe some 11)    Thursday, May 16                       8:00-Noon                  J.J. Smith

Human Geography (9th)                             Friday, May 17                                     8:00-Noon                  J.J. Smith

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*EHS Senior Culminating Projects Exhibition Night

Wednesday, May 22                  6:00-8:00PM              Campus

EHS Streetmasters’ Club Annual Rain Shine Car Show & Bash

Friday, May 17                            All Day                         EHS Campus

Memorial Day                                              Monday, May 27                        No School

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

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

EHS Film Festival                                         Thursday, June 6                         7:00PM                        Chalet Theater

Graduation (by ticket only)                       Monday, June 10                        7:00PM                   White River Amphitheater

10 free Tickets will be given to the Graduating Senior.  Extra tickets can be purchased for $3.00 a piece.

Freshmen Football Practice                      June 10, 11, 12, 13                     3:30-5:30                    Pete’s Pool

PSAT                                                              Wednesday, October 16                                                EHS

Homecoming 2013 Football Game         Friday, October 25                     7:00PM                        Pete’s Pool (Expo Center)

Homecoming Dance                                   Saturday, October 26

*Change of date

 

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

The Local Scholarships are now available.  Please go to documents in the career center swift website to access the scholarship list, or you can stop by the career or counseling center to pick up a copy.  All applications are due the counseling center by April 10th.

 

If you are a student who is interested in Running Start, there will be an information session at the Lindbloom Student Center at GRCC's main campus on Tuesday, March 26th at 6:00 pm, Monday, April 22nd at 6:30 pm, and Tuesday, April 30th at 5:30 pm.

 

The March Scholarship/College information list and the Local Scholarship list for seniors are available on line

 

Are you a student that would like to learn more about the fashion industry?  Nordstrom is currently accepting applications for the Nordstrom BP Fashion Board for the 2013-14 school year.  The Fashion Board covers a variety of topics including trend forecasting, advertising, marketing, buying, styling and the world of retail.  The deadline to apply is April 15th, go to http://bit.ly/WN1fAE to apply.

 

Are you interested in a career related to the sports industry (including writing, math, business, advertising, media, medicine and more)?  Then come to the Sports and Entertainment Information and Career Fair on April 16 at 2:15 pm or April 17th at 3:15 pm at Cheney Stadium.  Tickets are $16.50 and include Rainiers game and a ballpark meal.  Call Lauren Coombs at 253-761-5631 for more information.

CLUBS:

 

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: 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, Running Club – Jenelle Murrell Stussy & Trevor Kulvi, 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.

 

FAMILY BINGO NIGHT at the Danish Hall (1708 Porter) Friday, March 29th from 6:00 to 8:30 PM

BINGO with prizes to be won.  Adults $3.00 & children $2.00 at the door.  Hotdogs & Bratwurst $1.00, juice or coffee

$.50, chips $.50.  Also featuring intermission entertainment with Tim the Yoyo Dude!

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