Daily Bulletin

Escanaba High School Bulletin for Thursday, April 26, 2018

2018 - 2019 Athletics

If you are interested in playing a sport next year, you must have a physical on file dated AFTER April 15, 2018. Delta County Medical Society is again participating with our Sports Physicals. Cost is only $10.
Part 1 of the physical is done during the school day with the school nurse on April 20.
Part 2 is scheduled after school on May 2.
Forms are available in the EHS Main Office only. Please stop in and pick up the 2018-2019 form.

Private doctor sports physicals are also accepted if accompanied by the MHSAA School Physical Form and dated after April 15, 2018. (Forms can be downloaded from www.eskymos.com or https://www.mhsaa.com/Schools/Forms-Resources)


The Main Office is now taking orders for the Class of 2018 T Shirt. Cost is $10. Orders yours today! Student normally where them the last day of school. Order deadline - May 2nd.


WEEK OF APRIL 23-27, 2018

Sports Physicals: Make up date is Monday, April 23.
Part 2: Wednesday, May 2 beginning at 5pm.
Make up date is May 9 in Gladstone.

*All seniors who retook the SAT in March and achieved a higher score, you MUST turn your higher score into Mrs Schlenvogt by Friday, April 20th, to have it used for priority scholarship applications. Any questions, see Mrs. Schlenvogt. (4/13)
*The following scholarships are available through the ISD. For more information see Mrs. Knight:
Home Builders Association Scholarship - due to HBA by May 1st.
John Oros Scholarship - due to address on application by May 1st.
Professional Women in Building Scholarship - due to address on application by May 1st.
Peninsula Federal Credit Union Scholarship - due to PFCU by May 31st. Mike Rowe Works Scholarship - due to website by June 4th.
Kelsey's Law Scholarship - due to the website by August 31st. (4/18)
*Did you know that we have a food pantry? Key Club students are preparing bags of food that you can take home on Fridays. If you are interested in getting a weekend supply of food, please contact Mrs. Bink. (3/7) All recipients are confidential.

May 1: Sign up for Senior Banquet in the Main Office.
*May 1: Sign up for the All Night Party in the Main Office.
*May 1: Commencement tickets can be picked up in the Main Office. Each student can receive eight tickets. If you need more, you may reserve them and pick them up AFTER all students have received theirs.
*May 1: Notify the Main Office if you have accepted a college scholarship and you want it printed in the Daily Press. Deadline for submission is May 15.
*May 23: 7:45am REHEARSAL. All students including graduating seniors are to report to the gym for the Year End Recognition Assembly, followed by commencement rehearsal. This is also the last day for seniors. You will be dismissed after rehearsal.
*May 23: Also today is the Senior Athletic Awards at 4pm in the commons. At 5pm the Senior Banquet begins in the commons. The Honors Program begins at 7pm and parents, family and friends are welcome to attend the Honors Program.
*May 25: 7:30 sharp! Line up at the high school in A and F corridors as assigned. Please be on time and dressed in your cap & gown! Graduation begins at 8pm and the Senior All Night Party begins at 10pm at the UP State Fair Grounds/Butler Building.

Monday thru Thursday 2:30-3:30 in room A303.
Monday thru Friday morning 7:00-7:30 in room C214.


*AP test dates:
May 7, Chemistry morning;
May 9, English morning;
May 10, Government morning;
May 11, Computer Science Principles afternoon; US History, morning;
May 14, Biology, morning;
May 15, Calculus morning; May 15 Computer Science, afternoon;
May 17, Stats afternoon; May 17, World history morning.

*April 30: EHS Performing Arts Awards at 6:30 in the Auditorium.
*May 2: Jr and Sr Orchestra concert at 7pm.
*May 3: ISD awards.
*May 9: Jr and Sr Chorale and chorus concert at 7pm.
*May 16: EHS Bands concert at 7pm.
*May 25: High School Graduation at 8pm.
*May 28: No school, Memorial Day.
*June 8: Last day of school, early release. Time TBD.


Thursday, Friday and Monday April 26, 27 and 30, 2018

*Eating while you drive can be a bigger disaster than getting mustard on your shirt. Stay focused on the road when you get behind the wheel.

*SENIORS! It is time to order your senior t-shirt! Cost is $10 (pay when you order). See Mrs. French in the Main Office. (4/24)

*Attention Key Club members! The Bay Cliff “NEEDS LISTS” are on the end of the showcase in front of Student Services. Please pick one up!!!! (4/25)

*Seniors! It is time to submit your pictures for the "remember when," yearbook section. $5 to enter a picture from your childhood with a friend. Everyone pictured must be an Escanaba senior. Hard copy of the picture or flash drive is accepted, no copyright release form needed. Submit pictures to Mrs. Wiles by May 4. (4/25)

*Finlandia will be here during 2nd lunch of Thursday to talk with students who want to learn more. I encourage you to check out their programs and what they have to offer. (They have a very nice physical therapist assistant program!)

* The first week of May is Construction Trades Week! On Tuesday, May 1st during 6th hour, the EHS JMG/JAG program will be hosting a Construction Trades Mini-Fair in the Multi-Purpose Room. Join us to learn about apprenticeships and skills needed to be successful in a construction trade from industry professionals! It’s not too early or late to start exploring this career path. A sign-up sheet is available in Student Services. Whole classes welcome! (4/26)

*National Honor Society is sponsoring a “CAPTURE THE FLAG’ event! It will be held on May 19 in the gym. There is a flier in the Main Office window with all the details! (4/25)

*Key Club members: we need members to sign up for the Can Food Drive at Elmer’s this Sunday. Shifts are two hours each starting at 11:00am. Sign up sheet in the main office.

*Key Club: we are putting together a team of 15 members to do the ‘Esky Cleanup Days’ on Saturday, May 19th. Starts at 9:30am and lunch will be provided. Sign up sheet in the main office.

*Holiday in Gladstone is hiring part time! Must be 18 years old. Stop in to apply. Starting pay is $9.50 plus some benefits. Any questions, call Cole Tianen 280-8192. (4/24)

* If your living situation has changed during this school year and you no longer live at home with your parents please see Mrs. Bink in Student Services, if you have not already done so since making this change. She has important information that can help you be successful here at school and in college. (4/24)

* Are you 16-18 years old and behind in credits? Are you willing to make a change in your lifestyle? The Michigan Youth Challenge Academy is taking applications for next fall. They will be at Marquette Armory on May 9th at 6pm. The Academy is located downstate. If you are under 18 at the time of orientation, you must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. No felony convictions, no open legal issues, and a strong desire to get back on a successful pathway are required. Please RSVP asap to mycaadmissions@michigan.gov or 269-968-1294. See Mrs. Schlenvogt with questions. (4/25)

*Key Club members will be selling “Threads of Hope” bracelets at lunch every Wednesday. Cost is $2 each and half of the proceeds go to the Phillipines and half to Bay Cliff Health Camp.


*Thursday: Homemade chili, wheat dinner roll, whole kernel corn, fresh banana and skim milk.

*Friday: Cheese quesadilla, tortilla chips, refried beans, fresh apple slices and skim milk.

*Monday: Hot dog on a whole grain bun, baked cheezit, baked beans, diced peaches and skim milk. Pasta bar is the speciality bar this week.

*Specialty Grab ‘n Go.


Part 2: Wednesday, May 2 beginning at 5pm. Make up date is May 9 in Gladstone.


*Monday through Thursday from 2:30-3:30 in room A303.

*Every morning in C215 from 7:00-7:30.



*Delta County Invite here at 2:30.

*Baseball here 4pm. Double header with Negaunee.

*Tennis here Menominee and Negaunee.


*Tennis at 1pm here with Westwood.

JV baseball home, doubleheader with Peshtigo at 4:30.

*Softball is at Essexville (Bay City) at 4pm.


*JV softball in Manistique is to be determined.


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  • 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

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