Escanaba High School Bulletin for Monday, March 27, 2023
Parents who were unable to attend the High School January Parent Meetings can find the materials at the following links:
January Parent Meeting Information
Current 9th & 10th Grades:
Current 11th Grade:
11th Grade Parent Packet:
**Contact the School Counselors for further details: Liz Schlenvogt, Lschlenvogt@eskymos.com or Kenzie Waller, firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior Prom 2023
For All Juniors and Seniors (Underclassmen MUST be accompanied by a Jr or Sr Student)
April 22, 2023
Dancing 8:00 - 11 PM
Music by Mitch Taylor
Highland Golf Club
3011 US2 & 41
Pictures 8:00 - 10 PM
• Reminder: There is no school for students or staff on Monday, April 3.
High School Daily Announcements 3/24
• Current 10th and 11th graders who signed up for a CTE class at the ISD next year, and 9th graders who want a CTE class in the fall, need to get an application in Student Services. Applications must be filled out and returned before spring break to complete the next steps in the registration process. Any questions, see Ms. Waller or Mrs. Schlenvogt in Student Services.
• Reminder to order your 2022-'23 High School yearbook. Follow the instructions below:
1. Go to www.balfour.com
2. Hit the "Yearbooks" link
3. Search “Escanaba” and click the "Escanaba Senior High School" option
4. From there you should be able to see your ordering options
*If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
• The Sault Tribe Elders have a scholarship opportunity available for a senior high school student who is going to college or trade school in the fall, has at least a 2.5 GPA, and is a registered Sault Tribe member. The deadline is June 30, by 5 p.m. Information is posted outside Student Services on the board.
• Are you a senior pursuing a skilled trade? There is a new scholarship opportunity for seniors who are enrolled or plan to enroll in an accredited two-year college, technical school, or other accredited technical institute within the next 12 months. Application deadline is April 17. Go to setseg.org/tradescholarship. There is a flier posted outside Student Services.
• Seniors: Are you planning or interested in going to NMU in the fall? They have a new financial aid program to assist in covering the entire cost of tuition for incoming freshmen. If you qualify for the Pell Grant and qualify for the Michigan Competitive Scholarship, you need to check it out. This will greatly help reduce the cost to attend college. Earn your degree/certificate, and make your dreams come true!
• The Candace Swetkis Memorial Teaching Scholarship is now taking applications for a young woman who wants to pursue a teaching degree, especially in the science fields. Minimum GPA of a 3.0, as well as strong character and integrity are necessary. Applications are in Student Services and due back by Wednesday, March 22 by 2:30.
• Seniors: A new list of scholarships was sent to your email. Check them out. Deadlines range from March 31 to May 31.
• Seniors: Please check the scholarship bins weekly as more scholarships are added as they come in. They also get posted to the board outside Student Services.
• Seniors: Pepsi-Cola of Iron Mountain is proud to recognize the outstanding achievements of high school seniors and college undergraduates through the Pepsi Community Scholarship Fund. The purpose of this 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. Ten individuals will be selected by the Dickinson Area Community Foundation to receive a $1,000 one-time scholarship. Interested applicants can visit www.wpbpepsi.com/scholarship for more information and to apply today. The application deadline is March 31.
• Seniors: The Lions Scholarship is available for students who plan to attend a vocational, trade, college, or university in the State of Michigan next fall, who have volunteered in the community, and who have a learning and/or physical disability. Applications are in Student Services. Deadline to apply is April 1.
• Seniors: The National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) has two scholarship opportunities:
1) Fluid Power Scholarship: $2,000 scholarship available to students pursuing fluid power education. Multiple scholarships are available for the 2023-24 academic year. The deadline to apply is April 3 at 11:59 PM CST. A minimum 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale, a 500-word essay, and one letter of recommendation are required. The Foundation’s goal is to help graduating high school seniors, and individuals enrolled at technical colleges, community colleges, and universities pursue their interests in fluid power.
2) Robotics Challenge Scholarship: $30,000 scholarship ($7,500 per year, for up to four years) for a graduating high school senior who participates as part of a FIRST® Robotics, National Robotics League, or VEX Robotics Competition Team and uses pneumatics in their robot. One merit-based award is available for the 2023-24 academic year. The deadline to apply is May 1 at 11:59 PM CST. A minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale, a 1,000-word essay, and one letter of recommendation are required. The goal of the scholarship is to bring an awareness of pneumatic options in robotics to high school students and to stimulate increased use of fluid power products in competitions.
NFPA is a membership organization with close to 300 member companies who are fluid power supply chain partners like manufacturers, distributors, and suppliers. If you have any questions about NFPA’s scholarships, or any other programs that they offers, please email Haley, firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Seniors: P.E.O Chapter Z now has their scholarship application available. (EMC students apply during the 5th year.) An essay is required. It is also for female students. Deadline is April 29. Applications are in Student Services.
• Seniors: Great Lakes First Federal Union has their scholarship applications available. You must be a member and planning to attend a college, university, trade, or vocational school. Applications are in Student Services. Deadline is April 15.
• Seniors: The Michigan Retailers Association (MRA) scholarship application is now available. Students must have a parent employed at a business that is a member of the MRA. Apply through the website at Retailers.com by April 1. A posting is also outside Student Services.
• Native American Seniors: CMU has a need based scholarship available for students looking to promote Native culture. Applications are in Student Services.
•Seniors: Michigan Indian Tuition Waiver applications are available in Student Services. Please stop by to pick one up if it applies to you. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Schlenvogt.
•Seniors: If you identify as any of the following ethnicities, Asian American, Latino, Native American, African American, there is a packet of specialty scholarships available for your attention in Student Services. Any questions, see Mrs. Schlenvogt.
•Seniors: Marquette Builders Exchange is offering two $500 scholarships in 2023 to U.P. high school seniors who will be furthering their education in a field of construction. For example, past winners have studied industrial maintenance, welding, HVAC, plumbing, carpentry, architecture, and construction management. Applications are due by March 30 and must include a letter of reference and high school transcript. An award letter will be sent notifying students by April 21. Apply online at: https://mqtbx.org/scholarships/.
•Seniors: The Truman D. Picard Scholarship is available. It is for a student planning to study Natural Resources AND who is enrolled in a federally recognized tribe or Alaska Native Corporation. Information sheets are located in Student Services. See Mrs. Schlenvogt for details.
• To apply the for
Daniel J. Kobasic Memorial Scholarship $15,000 (Renewable up to 4 years)
Krystal C. Kobasic Nursing $15,000 (Renewable up to 4 years)
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