Escanaba High School Bulletin for Saturday, February 23, 2019
EHS Daily Announcement Feb. 20
No Parking! Along the snowbanks on the south side in the back lot.
Seniors: The Eskypades 2018-19 yearbook is now accepting your baby pictures! Please submit them with your $5 payment by Monday, March 4th.
LSSU representative, Ms. Abby Bell, will be here in the library on Tuesday, March 19th, at 10 a.m. to meet with all students interested in learning about what LSSU can offer them. Attendance will be taken.
The Phillip A. Hart Memorial Scholarship is a new full-ride scholarship opportunity for seniors going to LSSU in the fall. Applications are currently being accepted. The deadline is Friday, March 1st. To qualify you must: be a Michigan resident; have a minimum GPA of 3.0; supply two letters of recommendation and a 1000-word essay. Go to https://foundation.lssu.edu/senator-philip-hart-memorial-scholarship/applying to apply.
Silver Linings will meet during 2nd lunch tomorrow in Mrs. Bishop's room. New members are always welcome!
There will be no school for students on Friday due to a full day of professional development for teachers.
Fox River Valley Section of ISA (International Society of Automation), will award 5 scholarships in 2019. Applicants must pursue an automation or process control related course of study, scholarships will be awarded after successful completion of the first semester of college, and studies must be either for an associate or bachelor's degree. Applications are available in Student Services and are due by March 15, 2019. An essay is required.
Interested in a career in equine studies? Meredith Manor is a trade school geared to building a career in the horse industry. They work with the FAFSA and have an articulation agreement with West Virginia University. For more information please visit www.meredithmanor.edu.
A Michigan Tech University representative will be here March 6th, at 8:45 a.m. to meet with students who would like to learn more about what Tech has to offer.
AP testing registration is now open. Forms are available with your AP teacher or Mrs. Curtis. Registration and payment are due by March 8th. Please see Mrs. Curtis if you have any questions.
Priority Scholarship Application Letters are now available. Seniors who have a 2.5 or higher GPA have an application waiting for them with Mrs. Schlenvogt. (EMC 4th year seniors write "EMC" on the EFC line) All application letters are due to Student Services by 2:30, March 1st. Please turn them in early. Questions- email/see Mrs. Schlenvogt email@example.com
Seniors: Rotary Club of Escanaba is now accepting applications for their 4 - $1000 scholarships. Applications are due by April 1st at the latest and are available in Student Services. Applicants will also need to write a one-page essay describing the role service has and will continue to have in their lives. For more info visit: www.escanabarotary.org
Are you an 11th grade girl with a strong interest in politics and learning how our government functions? The American Legion is taking applications for the annual Girls' State program. It runs June 16 - 22 at MSU. This is an awesome opportunity to learn and develop leadership skills. Application deadline is May 31st. Information can be found at the local American Legion or online at: www.michalaux.org, and click on "Girls State." You can also contact Beryl Robbins, the ALA Girls State Chairman, at 313-318-6845.
There is a new batch of scholarship opportunities available for students. They will be posted in the window of Student Services. Some are for ages 13 and up. Categories include: health care field, female going into cyber security, and many general ones. Check out the list and compete to earn money for college.
Any senior interested in joining the Iron Workers Local 8 Apprenticeship program after graduation? Minimum qualifications include: at least 18 years old at time of application, have a valid driver's license, pass a medical evaluation, passing math scores through Accuplacer or SAT. Online application is available at www.iw18.org.
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
EHS Daily Announcement Feb. 21
There is a summer short-term exchange program available to students ages 15-19 through the local Rotary Club. Students would live abroad for 3-4 weeks during the summer and then host an exchange student in their home for 3-4 weeks. Visit www.summerexchange.org for more information, or stop in the main office for a brochure. Applications are due during February.
There will be a meeting after school in the Commons on Thursday, February 28th, for any junior high or high school student interested in our newly formed Trap Shooting Club. The club's advisor will be at the meeting to pass out important information. Please see Mr. Nolde with any questions
Call the numbers listed above for class information. Classes are held in the Escanaba area.