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Enumclaw High School Daily Bulletin | May 15

Enumclaw High School Daily Bulletin

Wednesday, May 15, 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:

 

Open Gym Basketball – all students are welcome Thursday, May 16, Tuesday, May 21, Thursday, May 23 from 6:00-8:00PM in our large gym.

 

Come celebrate the visual arts!!  The District Art Show will begin on Thursday, May 16th from 4 - 6 pm in the 1000 building and commons with an awards ceremony at 6:30 pm.  Artwork will be on display until Thursday, May 30th

 

Students and staff, do you have your vehicle entered in the Streetmasters Annual Car Show? Pick up an entry form in the auto shop. Early entry saves you two bucks. This years categories include Best of Show, Best Muscle Car, Best Car, Best Truck, Best off road, Best classic car best motorcycle, best work in progress and best modified import. Enter now and get them shined up for Friday. You could be the winner.

 

Last Wednesday we took 11 students over to WSU for State FFA Convention. We competed in Marketing, Ag Issues, Extemporaneous Speaking and First Year Greenhand Contest. The Greenhand Team (Hunter Leudeke, Samantha Bartlett, Maddie Dawn, and Lyna White-Eagle) were the first Enumclaw team to EVER make the final round! Top 16 in the state! Rebecca Blake was awarded the state degree (highest honor in the state) and took 4th place individual in Extemporaneous speaking! Samantha Lanting was awarded a Bronze Proficency Award in dairy production and a $50 bonus! And our chapter won the video contest for the Second year in a row! See our video on our youtube site www.youtube.com/MsMorrisonGOCOUGS Please join me in congratulating the following students: Samantha Lanting, Rebecca Blake, Riley Campbell, Kelly Shigley, Levi Norton, TJ Archer, Dawson Ossello,  Hunter Luedeke, Samantha Bartlett, Lyna White-Eagle, and Maddie Dawn.

 

Prom season is just around the corner! Have you ordered your corsage or boutonnière yet? Come by the EHS Flower Shop in the Agriculture Building to place your order today! We have tons of color options for you! Corsages are $15, boutonnières are $10 and the set is $20. We will help you select everything you need! Please place your order by next Friday! Thanks!

 

Attention all seniors who received an invitation to the Senior Luncheon given by the National Honor Society.  You need to turn in your RSVP to Mrs. Sandfer in room 408 or Mrs. Ross in room 211 by the end of the day on Friday, May 17 if you want to attend the luncheon.

 

TODAY through June 12, Cascadian Yearbooks are on sale again.   Basic book is $58.00.

 

Attention 10th and 11th graders: If you would like to help our incoming freshman adjust to high school and learn great leadership skills then apply to be aLink Crew Leader. Anyone can apply, you don't have to be nominated by a teacher first. Pick up an application from the main office, athletics office or rooms 213 and 210. Applications are due by Friday, May 17th."

 

The last play of the year opens this weekend in the Auditorium and it's a big comedy!  "Fools" by Neil Simon stars seniors Conner Wells, Tanner Willey, Jill Randall, Mollie Parce, Noah Goucher, Nolan Bailey, Bailey Sipila, Lyndee Virgin, Mike Boxx, Juliet Bannerot, Kassie Schmidt, Chilson Schmunk, Zack Mason, and Jake the snake Stevens.  What makes it funny is they all play villagers who have been struck by a curse that makes them lose their brains. (If they had any to begin with!)  The play starts Thursday night and is free with ASB!  See you there!

 

Cashier is closed this Thursday (May 16th) all day, it will be open on Friday (May 17th).

 

Seniors - 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 the directions on the form. The deadline to turn in any scholarships is this Friday, May 17th.

 

SENIORS:

 

Senior & all other student fines are posted outside the cashier’s window.  Please check it out and pay your fines.

 

EHS Senior Culminating Projects Exhibition Night is Wednesday, May 22 from 6:00 to 8:00PM on campus.

 

Attention all seniors.   If you need to send an 8th semester transcript at the end of the year to a college you have been accepted to, please sign up in the Counseling Office.   These will be mailed out after grades have been finalized.

 

Senior Ball is Saturday June 1 from 7:00 to 11:30 at Shilshoe Beach Club in Seattle. Price: TBD

 

Senior Awards will be on Tuesday, June 4 from 6:30 to 9:00PM in the auditorium.  Parents are invited.

 

Graduation Tickets will be available & extras on sale beginning June 3 through June 6 during both lunches in the commons on stage and after school in the cashiers office.  Reminder – only the graduating senior may pick the tickets up & purchase them.  10 free tickets & $3.00 for each extra.

At the same time that you pick-up your tickets you will be asked to sign-up with a walking partner for graduation. (Running Start students may pick up their tickets from the cashier.)

 

Senior Check-out Day is Thursday, June 6.

 

Baccalaureate is on Sunday, June 9 at the Sacred Heart Church at 7:00PM.

 

Mandatory Graduation Practice is on Monday, June 10 from 10:00-1:00PM at the White River Amphitheater.

Running Start students please email your counselor if you have a conflict with classes and this schedule.

 

Graduation (by ticket only) is on Monday, June 10 beginning at 7:00PM.  Seniors need to be there by 6:30PM.

 

Photos during graduation will be taken by Grad Images.  You can reach them by emailing: bberger@gradimages.com or if you have any questions please call 1-800-628-4509 ext. 2455

 

If you are a National Honor Society member and wish to wear an honor cord at graduation please sign up with the cashier and pay $7.25.  When cords arrive there will be an announcement and you will pick them up in the office.

 

 

 

 

Information in Review:

 

Sophomores will be selling Class t-shirts today until Friday, May 24th.  Short sleeves are $15.00 and long sleeves are $20.00.  Get yours at both lunches.

 

*And now we have an important message from the Library...

*There are a total of 544 overdue books!!

*Many of these were due clear back to September!!

* 94 of these books belong to Seniors!!

*We do not charge overdue fees.

*The price of the book will be a fine if it is not returned. Please return or renew your books as soon as possible to avoid being on the fine list.

 

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.

 

April's P.E. / Health Students of the Month are:

Weights and Conditioning: Shayne Sandborn

Intro to P.E.: Mackenna Nissen

Sports and Fitness: Brittany Smart

Health: Samantha Engebretsen and Kylie Rademacher

(Students of the Month for PE must demonstrate the following: positive attitude, good effort, participation, teamwork and improved skill development.)

 

Attention all Juniors:  the SAT test on Saturday, June 1st.

 

Our new Senior Class Officers for 2014 are Olivia Bannerot, Abby Callison, Becky Forza, Husayn Hosoda, Haley Johnson & King Rainwater. Congratulations to all.

 

Congratulations to Tiffany Wilkening, Madeline Petellin, Tammy Wilkening, Maddie Pillo, Kadyn Eldridge and Josh Erickson who have qualified for theState Golf Championship next week in Vancouver, WA.  Bill Miller will serve as an alternate.  GOOD LUCK HORNETS!

 

Enumclaw and White River Judo Team competed last weekend at the State High School Championships. Here are the results of the competition.

ENUMCLAW/ WHITE RIVER HIGH SCHOOL JUDO 4TH AT STATE

The Enumclaw/ White River High School Judo Team competed this last weekend at the High School /Middle School State Championships. The team took 18 players to the tournament. Of that eighteen, fifteen placed in the top four. With 5 State Champions, 5 placing 2nd and 2 placing third, the High School Team placed 4th in the state.

Team Captain, Sean Wei was undefeated during the season and was the State Champion in his division. Other State Champions were Jonathan Alya, Adin Hanrahan, Danielle Cormier and Joseph Fe’a. Addison Garton, Garret Severson,  Jordon Glasco, sisters Stevie Williams, Team Captain and Caitlin Williams placed second.  Gioele Englehart, Joseph Ginez were third place finishers.  Team finished out with Gavin Severson, Tyer Kelly and Luke Williams, placing 4th.

 

IMPORTANT DATES for 2013:

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

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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BOC Meeting                                               Thursday, May 16                       9:50-10:15AM            Auditorium

District Art Show Awards Ceremony       Thursday, May 16                       4:00-7:00PM                                                                      Commons/#1031

Awards will be at 6:30PM in the Commons.

EHS Streetmasters’ Club Annual Rain Shine Car Show & Bash

Friday, May 17                            All Day                         EHS Campus

EHS Senior Culminating Projects Exhibition Night

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

EHS Judo Banquet                                       Thursday, May 23                       6:00-9:00PM              Commons

Memorial Day                                              Monday, May 27                        No School

Link Crew Training                                      Wednesday, May 29                  1:30-3:30PM              Wrestling Rm/Small gym

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

Shake Hands with the Future                    Monday, June 3      Students    10:45- 12:45PM         Career Center

(middle school SPED )                                                                    Parents     6:00-7:00PM              Library

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

Senior Check out (Running Start too)     Thursday, June 6                         All Day                         Library

Class Day/Carnival                                      Friday, June 7                              TBD                              Campus

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

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

Annual Discipline Summit                          Thursday, June 6                         2:45-4:15PM              Library

Annual Athletic Summit                             Thursday, June 6                         2:45-4:15PM              TBD

Baccalaureate                                             Sunday, June 9                            7:00PM                        Sacred Heart Church

Graduation Practice                                   Monday, June 10                        10:00-1:00PM       White River Amphitheater

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 by senior.

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

Underclassmen Check-out                        Tuesday, June 11                        All day                          Campus

LAST DAY OF SCHOOL                                Wednesday, June 12

Fall Sports Registration                              Monday, August 19                    TBD                              Commons

(Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer – Girls, Swim-Girls, Tennis-Boys, Volleyball-Girls, Water Polo-Boys)

Football Tryouts Begin                               Wednesday, August 21              TBA

Hornet Days                                                 August 22 -23                              TBA                              Commons

Fall Sports Begin (other than football)   Monday, August 26                    TBA

School Begins                                              Tuesday, September 3

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 or time

 

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

 

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.

Weight Club days and times for the spring season are now Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 2:45-4:00PM.  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

The Clothing Bank has helped over 700 people so far this school year. The bank will be open through the end of May.  They are currently in need of new socks and underwear as well as any new or used clothing items sizes baby through adult as they restock for "back to school".

 

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

 

PRIVATE SCREENING FOR EHS STUDENTS AND THEIR FRIENDS AND FAMILY

Iron Man 3 Fundraiser to benefit the 2013 Grad Night at The Chalet Theater in Enumclaw on Thursday May 23rd at 7 pm.  Tickets are only $5 each in Advance, $7 at door.  Advance Tickets will be sold at EHS Commons at lunch on Tuesday, May 14th and May 21st.   This discounted price is only available for this special screening on this date and time.   Last chance to see the movie on the Big Screen!!!

 

The Black Diamond Historical Society invites you to Welsh Heritage Day Celebration on Saturday, June 8

at the Black Diamond Museum, 32627 Railroad Avenue, Black Diamond, WA.  Museum opens at 12:00 Noon & the Program begins at 1:00PM (which is a presentation of the history & culture of Wales.

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