Daily Bulletin

Escanaba High School Bulletin for Tuesday, September 22, 2020


Attention to students who may be home due to illness or quarantine to keep up with their classwork:
1. Email your teachers to see if you need to have someone pick up assignments/materials for your homework.
2. Check your Eskymo email account every day.
3. Log into your Google Classroom for EVERY class. This is where your teacher will give you the assignments.
4. Read the Daily Bulletin to keep up with school news and events.

Daily Announcements - Sept. 18

We are no longer collecting homework when you are out ill. You can get your assignments through Google Classroom. It is your responsibility to log into your email account each day.

Seniors: Senior breakfast is a go for 6 a.m. next Friday, Sept. 25, at Drifter's! Please sign up in the high school main office by Wednesday, Sept. 23. In addition to the cost of your meal, please plan for a tip of at least $5.00 to show appreciation for the waitresses and chefs who will work two hours earlier than their start time to provide this opportunity. If you have additional questions, please ask a Student Council member.

2021 Seniors! It’s time to start searching through your baby pictures to find a favorite to include in the yearbook. Pictures are optional, but if you would like to have your baby picture in the yearbook, please bring $5 and the picture to Mrs. Wiles (F630) by Thursday, Oct. 1. The pictures will be returned.

2020 Homecoming week is coming up quick! We will be celebrating non-traditionally this year by decorating hallways! The theme will be decades: 12th grade is ‘80s, 11th grade is ’70s, 10th grade is ’90s, 9th grade is ’50s. Hall decorating will be Wednesday, Sept. 16, through Friday, Sept. 18, from 3 to 9 p.m. Show your school spirit and help your class create the best hallway!

The following are the dress-up days for next week, Sept. 21 - 25:

    Monday: Seasons (12th - Summer, 11th - Fall, 10th - Winter, 9th - Spring)
    Tuesday: Teacher/Student Swap Day
    Wednesday: Essential Worker Day (Dress like an essential worker or yourself during quarantine; just a mask does not count)
    Thursday: Decade Day
    Friday: Orange and Black Day

Parking permits can now be picked up in the high school main office. Cost is $15.

Please bring back your registration packets! There are hundreds still out there! The junior high office will take the 6 - 8th grade packets and the high school office will take the 9th -12th grade packets. These forms need to be filled out annually and signed by both you and your parents.

Grades 8 - 12: The Jr./Sr. High School is looking into creating an Esports Program. This involves competing online in sports through gaming. For more information please see the daily bulletin on our website. Stop in the Jr. or Senior High offices to sign up to be contacted about the club. We will also be looking for a staff member who may be interested in being the team or club coach.

Attention Seniors and Parents of Class of 2021!

Cap & Gown Orders
The representative from Jostens will be meeting with all seniors in the auditorium on October 5th during 4th hour. All seniors will be called down to the auditorium after your teacher takes attendance. The rep will present all of the graduation ceremony products and answer any questions. For those students who are online only, packets will be available in the Main Office after Oct 5th.

Project Graduation Parent Meeting Oct 14 6:00
Please come to help plan the 2021 events and activities for your child's senior graduation. This meeting should only last one hour. Please report to the EHS Library Oct 14th at 6 PM.

Esports Club for Jr./Sr. High School

The Escanaba Senior/Junior High School is looking into the possibility of creating an Esports Program for 8-12th grades. Esports is the coolest new activity in schools across the nation. Do you like gaming? Do you like sports? Schools around the nation are advancing into competing online in sports through gaming. Some schools have an Esports Club where students meet before or after school for an opportunity to get together for fun and competition. Schools are actually scheduling competitions with other high schools.

Starting an Esports Club at our high school is a great way to get more students involved in an interactive, skill-building, in-school activity. Participants can gain confidence, grow friendships and develop skills that will help them through high school and beyond. Here are a few more benefits:

  • Prepare students for the increasingly digital world around them
  • Encourage students to improve or maintain good grades so they can participate in the gaming club
  • Apply gaming lessons to real life, such as perseverance, teamwork and decision making
  • Break down barriers between different groups of students
  • Provide a safe and social place to play
  • If you are interested in further information please stop in at the Jr. High or Senior High Office. A sign up sheet will be available starting Tuesday, September 8th. From there Mr. Pepin will work on getting everyone together to start putting a plan together. Meanwhile...get online and start reading about "Esports". We will be looking for an Escanaba School staff member who may be excited about being the team or club coach.


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