Daily Bulletin

Escanaba High School Bulletin for Saturday, May 25, 2019

EHS Daily Announcements - May 24th

Applications to participate in "The Power Of Words Project" are on the art room door. The mural painting project requires people from our community. The project will be painted in Gladstone between August 1st and August 31st.

All students who participated in the Congressional Art Competition may come and collect their pieces from the art room. It is unfortunate that we did not have a winner...but there is always next year!

AmeriCorps NCCC is a way for young people to earn experience and serve their communities. Applicants must be 18-24 years old to qualify. Workers travel across the U.S. in groups of ten to 12 to respond to community needs. Workers serve for ten to 12 months, living expenses are covered, and at the end an educational stipend of up to $5,920 is available for further education in college or vocational training. Visit www.NationalService.gov/NCCC or call 1800-942-2677 for more information.

Please sign up in Student Services if you are interested in being a MoBuddy for semester 1 of next school year. Mrs. Aiken is starting to make a schedule for next fall. Participants must be on track to graduate, attendance is imperative, and character will be taken into consideration via Powerschool log entries and staff observations. Mentors will sign a contract of conduct and confidentiality. Sign up is NOW until Thursday, June 13th, in Student Services; NOT at schedule pickup time in August.

Current 10th grade students: Napkin folding for next year’s homecoming will take place Tuesday, May 28th and Thursday, May 30th, after school in the commons.

There will be open nets in the high school gym on Mondays from 6-8 p.m. for any junior high or high school girl who is interested in the sport of volleyball.

The following are upcoming SAT dates at Bay College for 2019: October 5, November 2, and December 7. Students must use their College Board account to register by the appropriate date. Check the College Board for more information.

Bay Cliff Health Camp is looking for students age 16 or 17 to work in the dining area. Work is June 5th to August 7th and pays $1,500 with room and board included. This is a great opportunity to work with young people. If interested, apply by going to baycliff.org and clicking on "Under 18 application." Feel free to contact them at (906)345-9314 with any questions.

Planning to take the SAT again during your senior year? The following is a list of dates for testing next school year: August 24th, October 5th, November 2nd, December 7th, March 14th. To register, go to College Board and log in through your account.

  • Make up time continues. Before school in Mr. Wilson’s room from 7 to 7:30, and after school in Mr. Micheau’s room from 2:30 to 3:30. Reminder: If you are absent (unexcused) from any class during the day, or are tardy for two or more classes, you may not attend make up time that day. It will not count.

  • Academic Awards Applications

    Academic Award applications are now available in the Main Office. Please pick up an application to see if you qualify for an award.


    If you filled out an application last year and did not pick up your award, please pick it up in the Main Office.


    Deadline for submission is May 31, 2019


    Driver's Education


  • 906 DRIVE, Lisa Valentine 906-399-2097
  • AAA Driver Training 888-222-7108 or 734-775-4186
  • Kevin Bouchard 906-249-9819
  • Superior Driving Academy 906-280-8844
  • North Bay Driving 906-428-3770 or 906-280-0505

  • Call the numbers listed above for class information. Classes are held in the Escanaba area.

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