Daily Bulletin

Escanaba High School Bulletin for Friday, November 16, 2018

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, November 16, 2018

*Film Club will be going to Willow Creek Monday, Nov. 19 after school to see "The Grinch". Sell your candy! (11/13)

*Tuesday, November 20 Key Club is sponsoring a Root Beer Float sale during both lunches. Cost is $2 each.

*The Civic Center will be CLOSED on November 22, 23 and 24. Re-opens on the 26th.

*Any prospective softball players, there will be weight training every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 3:00. (11/14)

*Starting on November 19th, 8th grader, Megan Fritz will be hosting a “SOLES4SOULS” shoe drive. This drive donates GENTLY-USED shoes to impoverished places worldwide. There will be drop-off boxes around the school for you donate your shoes in. We ask for any kind of GENTLY-USED shoes. The drive ends December 14th. THANKS4GIVING! (11/14)

*New scholarship possibilities! Some are for students from 9th grade on up to 12th! Check them out along the window of Student Services. Free money is good money! Examples- Going into STEM studies? Want to teach physics? Have a driver's license? Active in community service? Plus a bunch that just say "planning to attend a college". Ask if you have questions! See Mrs. Schlenvogt. (11/12)

*Mrs. Larrabee (room C213) is selling "Abbie's Army" bracelets. They are $5.00 per bracelet. She has both adult and children sizes. The proceeds will be combined with the proceeds made from Abbie's benefit breakfast December 9th from 9:00 to 1:00 at the high school.

*All juniors interested in being part of designing prom, please come to the library during lunch on November 27. Bring your ideas and pictures of your ideas. Remember, the theme is Rustic Romance. (11/6)

*The EHS Ushering Team will be starting up for the 2018-19 concert season. THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE MUSICAL. Interested students should sign up in the HS Office, or at the HS Band Room Door. Any EHS Student is welcome to be a part of this team. See Ms. Robinson, Alexis Cutler, or Evan Schoff if you have any questions. It's a great way to earn a point towards your Performing Arts Letter or NHS hours, or to help out with school events. (11/6)

*MAKE UP TIME will be held Monday thru Thursday from 2:35-3:35. It will be held in Mr. Micheau’s room (A215) and Ms. Richer’s room (A105). See Mrs. French to check on your attendance points. *Morning make will be in Mr. Wilson’s room (C214) from 7:00-7:30. (10/26)

LUNCH

All meals served with milk.

* Quesadilla, green beans and fruit cocktail.

*Speciality: *Pasta bar *Grab ‘n Go *Pizza and bosco sticks.

November 12-16, 2018

*November 16: CLASSES WILL BE IN SESSION ALL DAY.

*Mrs. Larrabee (room C213) is selling "Abbie's Army" bracelets. They are $5.00 per bracelet. She has both adult and children sizes. The proceeds will be combined with the proceeds made from Abbie's benefit breakfast December 9th from 9:00 to 1:00 at the high school.

*All juniors interested in being part of designing prom, please come to the library during lunch on November 27th. Bring your ideas and pictures of your ideas. Remember, the theme is Rustic Romance. (11/6)

*New scholarship possibilities! Some are for students from 9th grade on up to 12th! Check them out along the window of Student Services. Free money is good money! Examples- Going into STEM studies? Want to teach physics? Have a driver's license? Active in community service? Plus a bunch that just say "planning to attend a college". Ask if you have questions! Mrs. Schlenvogt (11/12)

*The EHS Ushering Team will be starting up for the 2018-19 concert season. THIS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE MUSICAL. Interested students should sign up in the HS Office, or at the HS Band Room Door. Any EHS Student is welcome to be a part of this team. See Ms. Robinson, Alexis Cutler, or Evan Schoff if you have any questions. It's a great way to earn a point towards your Performing Arts Letter or NHS hours, or to help out with school events. (11/6)

*Want a change for lunch? “Lunch with the Pastor” is a chance to have lunch in a different setting once a month for all students who are normally part of 2nd lunch. December 5 we will be going over to the Methodist Church to share lunch. Sign up in Student Services to sign up. Menu will be announced soon. (11/7)

*Tickets are now on sale for the fall musical production of “Annie”. Tickets are $12 each for the November 16, 17, 19 and 20 8pm performance. Sunday matinee is sold out. (10/8)

FROM STUDENT SERVICES:

*NWTC (Northeast Wisconsin Technical College) will be here December 6, at 10:30 to meet with all students who may be interested in what they have to offer. Report to the library. Attendance will be taken. Check them out! (10/31)

*All srs who are dependents of MEA or MEA-retired in good standing and plan to attend a Michigan public community, 4 year, or vocational training institution are able to apply. Potential applicants should look at https://mea.org/mea-scholarship/ to access the application. Deadline is Thursday, Feb 21, 2019.

*If you want college psychology next semester, please come see Mrs. Curtis and Mrs. Schlenvogt to make sure that you have the needed papers turned in and that your high school schedule reflects the college class. If you are taking something else, you still need to see Mrs Schlenvogt to make sure your schedule is accurate. (10/31)

*If you plan to take an online MVU class next semester, you need to see Mrs. Curtis before Thanksgiving to get signed up and you need to see Mrs. Schlenvogt to make sure your schedule is correct. (10/31)

*Any student who desires to take college Sociology, at EHS, 1st hour, next semester- please see Mrs. Curtis in the library as soon as possible! This needs to be taken care of before Thanksgiving. (10/31)

*Scholarship for Seniors: The National Wild Turkey Federation is offering the conservation scholarship. Due by January 1. To download application: www.nwtf.org/jakes For more info contact Bay's DeNoc Gobblers (553-2268)

LUNCH

All meals served with milk.

*Monday: Beefy cheesy nachos, corn, and pears.

*Tuesday: Sloppy joes, cheese sticks, California blend vegetables and banana.

*Wednesday: Popcorn chicken, mashed potatoes with margarine, cooked carrots and Mandarin oranges.

*Thursday: NO SCHOOL!

*Friday: Quesadilla, green beans and fruit cocktail.

*Speciality bar: * *Grab ‘n Go *Pizza and bosco sticks, fresh vegetables & fruit.

IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER

November:

*12: Deadline to register for “Women in Construction Day” at NMU. It is a free event for students in grades 9-12. It will be held on November 30 from 8:30-2:30 at the Jacobetti Complex. (9/21)

SCHOOL CALENDAR

*November 15: No school “Deer Day”.

*November 16: CLASSES WILL BE IN SESSION ALL DAY.

*November 21-23: No school, Thanksgiving break.

*December 4: Early release 10:45.

*December 24-January 4: No school, holiday break.

*January 23, 24 & 25: Exams, early release 10:45.

Going, going, gone!

*2019 Yearbook is on sale! The 2019 year book is on sale now on the eskymos homepage, click on the balfour link at the bottom of the page to order! This is for grades 9th-12th, you can keep your highschool memories for infinity (and beyond)! Your 2019 yearbook will be a treasure that will blast your memories into your future! You don’t want to miss out, order today! (10/8).

*Seniors: IF you were given a Personal Curriculum paper, you need to get it signed and returned asap. Without this on file you can NOT graduate. No exceptions. This is a State requirement. Please turn them in to Student Services. Thank you! Mrs. Schlenvogt. (10/19)

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