8th - 11th grades: There will be a brief football meeting on Wednesday, May 19th, at 2:35 in the commons for all students interested and wanting to play Eskymo Football next year. This meeting will not be live streamed. Many topics will be discussed and it's important for you to attend. If you cannot attend, please see Mr. Wilson (room C219) for information and paperwork. If there are questions please email: email@example.com or call (906) 789-7714.
Michigan Works has programs available for summer work-based learning opportunities. Want to explore your interests and learn how to be productive at work? Contact 906-629-1976 or 231-436-1357 Ext. 1307 for more information. See a flyer posted in the Student Services window for more detail.
Juniors: SAT scores are in and accessible through your College Board account. Please print them off and turn in a copy to Student Services. There is also a google form sent to your email that we need you to fill out please.
PSAT scores will be available soon. Please log in to your College Board accounts to be familiar with your information. Students should see their scores soon. Any questions, ask in Student Services.
Tryouts for EHS marching band‘s colorguard are June 1. There is an informational meeting and basics class this Friday at 2:40 in Ms. Robinson’s room. Applications are available from Ms. Robinson or Mr. Miller.
Grades 8 - 11: It's baa-aack...planning for the 2021 fall musical is starting! If you are interested in being part of the musical (acting, singing, pit orchestra/band, building props, doing make up, painting, etc.) please look for the flyers that have been put up around the building. There is a QR code to scan which will bring you to a form to complete. We NEED you! Please direct any questions to Mr. Ammel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in going into the Trades? There is a free eight week program this summer for students interested in joining an apprenticeship within the skilled trades. Students will be eligible for 9 credits at Macomb Community College and the program would be a great resume builder. Click Here to Watch Video for more information.
Escanaba Jr/Sr High Writing Contest, brought to you by the Jr/Sr High Writing Clubs. Write an essay, 250 words or less, describing what you have done or what you will do to make our school/community a better place during the pandemic OR write about a positive outcome of the pandemic. Send your essay to email@example.com by Wednesday, May 19th. The top two writers will receive a $20 Meijer gift card, which can also be used at Meijer Starbucks!
Saginaw Valley State University is now offering full tuition and fees coverage for qualifying students with a family adjusted gross income of $50,000 or less. To learn more go to svsu.edu/freetuition.
Students who would like to take an MVU class this summer can pick up a handout with registration in Student Services. Classes start Friday, June 4th, with a cost of $325. Classes are not the same as summer school, but instead are for students who are looking to explore other electives or need extra time to get their World Language credits started. A list of offered classes is attached to the handout. See Mrs. Curtis or Mrs. Schlenvogt with any questions.
Tutoring for all grades will now also be offered before school Monday through Friday in the library from 7:00 to 7:30 a.m. After school tutoring will still be available Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Please email Mr. Zindler (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions!
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. Most classes are held in the Escanaba area.
Scholarship Information - May 5th
Seniors: Pepsi-Cola of Iron Mountain is offering a scholarship through the Pepsi Community Scholarship Fund. The scholarship is to reward individuals who are passionate about creating a better future by recognizing student leadership and citizenship, as well as school and community involvement. Five individuals will receive a $1,000 one-time scholarship. Interested applicants can visit www.wpbpepsi.com/scholarship for more information and to apply, now through June 15.
Seniors: There is a new batch of national scholarships posted in the window of Student Services. Check them out!
Juniors: College Board has scholarships set up for you! All you have to do is complete tasks to be entered into these scholarship opportunities. For example: the first task is to create a list of six colleges you are interested in before June. Make sure your College Board account is up to date. Go to the College Board Opportunity Scholarship section. There are multiple winners and multiple drawings.
AP Testing Schedule
Monday, May 17th: Computer Science Principles 7:35 a.m. ISD Large Conference Room
Monday, May 17th: Statistics 11:30 a.m. ISD Large Conference Room