Enumclaw High School Daily Bulletin | March 8

Enumclaw High School Daily Bulletin

Friday, March 8, 2013


Athletics & Activities go on line at: Keep up on the Hornet scores & Activities!


Today’s New Information:

FCCLA is teaming up with “Prom Dreams” a local, non-profit organization that provides prom dresses and accessories for girls in our community.  So, ladies if you have a dress, jewelry, purse or shoes, please bring them to room 213 by Wednesday, March 13.  You’ll be recycling and help make someone’s prom special!  Thank you so much!


BEYOND HIGH SCHOOL!  March 12 at 6:00 to 8:00PM in the commons.  Running start Sessions are at 5:00-5:45 & 6:00 to 6:45.  This event is for students and parents grades 6-12. Representatives will be available to help students navigate through the world of post-season opportunities.  (Please see attachment regarding Beyond High School.)


Seniors Only:

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.


Your chance for a GRAD AD has been extended to March 14.  Please get them in ASAP.


Information in Review:

Thank you all for voting for our "Health Hunters" video on Facebook.  We took 2nd place and will receive $5,000 for our nutrition/PE programs at EHS.  You can check out the "Big" check in a display in the commons.  Pictures are also posted on the district's Facebook page.  In addition to the $5,000, 10 students in the video received $50 Visa and $25 REI gift cards! Thanks again for voting!"


**The High School Proficiency Exam (HSPE) will be administered on March 12, 13 and 14.

The Writing HSPE will be given on March 12 & 13. Students need to be present on both days.

The Reading HSPE will be given on March 14.

**Passing the Writing and Reading HSPE is a graduation requirement. All sophomores will be taking these tests in March. In addition, any junior and senior who need to pass one of these state assessments will be able to retake either of these tests at the designated times.

**The testing window for the HSPE will be 8:00 to 11:00 AM. Testing locations are in the 200, 300 and 600 buildings. There are no regular classes during this time. A four period afternoon schedule is set up for these three days.

**Students who do not need to take either or both of the HSPE tests can take advantage of a number of non-test options. These include AP Seminars in the 100 building, a film festival in the auditorium, and a study hall in the library. The ASVAB Test will be administered on March 12th  for those juniors who are not taking the HSPE. The ASVAB test will be administered in the 400 building.

**Look for the following information this week on bulletin boards in the Commons and in the 100, 200, and 300 buildings.

1) Room assignments for students taking the test

2) Daily HSPE schedules

3) Non test options and locations

**If you have any questions please go to the Main Office.


Please take the time in recognizing the following students for February Students of the Month for all their hard work.

Seniors:  Sierra Carlson & Wesley Castro

Junior:  Ryan Davis

Sophomore:  Zac Webb

Freshman:  Maddie Porter


Come 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.


Buzzy’s Drink Winners of the week are Kourtney Kam & Mr. Henry


It's that time of year! Are you interested in being part of the Executive Council at EHS? ASB Officer petitions will be available in the Activities/Athletics office on March 18th! Pick yours up and make a difference for our school!!



Jostens Senior Graduation Supplies        Tuesday, April 9                          Lunches                       Commons

Spring Break                                                 Monday, April 22-26                  No School

EHS Senior Culminating Projects Exhibition Night

Wednesday, May 15                  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 7                         7:00PM                        Chalet Theater

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


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


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 Monday, March 11th at 5:30 pm, Tuesday, March 26th at 6:00 pm, Monday, April 22nd at 6:30 pm, and Tuesday, April 30th at 5:30 pm.


Are you interested in touring the Auburn Boeing Plant and learning about Boeing?  The Boeing Job Shadow is on March 28, 2013.  If you are a sophomore or older and are interested stop by the counseling center to get the application.  The deadline to apply is March 14th and there are only 15 spots available.


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 to apply.




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:  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, 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.

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