EHS Daily Bulletin

EHS Daily Bulletin

Enfield High School Daily Notices

Enfield High School empowers our students to berespectful and responsible citizens who are college and career ready.  Meaningful and challenging learningexperiences enable our students to become critical thinkers, creative problemsolvers, and effective communicators. Our school community supports the social and emotional development ofstudents and encourages the exploration of their interests and talents.

 

Tuesday May 30, 2017

General:

·       Class night moneyis due by Friday, June 2nd to Mr. Coleman’s office.  This price is now $30.00!  If you paid $35.00 please see Mrs. Macintosh.

·       Seniors:  Safe Grad packets are due by Monday, June 5th.

·       EHS studentslooking for a summer job?  The EnfieldSummer Youth Employment program is looking for job applicants who are 15 yearsold by July 1, 2017, and on free or reduced lunch.  Students can find out more information andfill out the pre-application on-line in the career center during Eagle Hour.

·       Teachers:  Are your classroom plants looking a littlebit sad after the long winter?  Couldthey use a boost for spring but you don’t want to buy fertilizer?  Did you know there is an active compost clubhere at EHS making compost for use around the building?  Contact Mr. C Murray and we can arrange forclub members to bring some compost to give your plants a boost!

Clubs:

·       The HumanitarianClub is holding a food drive to benefit Loaves and Fishes food bank.  Please collect non-perishable items in yourperiod 1 class.  Donations should belabeled with the name of the first period teacher and dropped off in room A226,A306, and E106.  The period 1 class thatmakes the largest donation will receive a Dunkin Donuts breakfast.

·       The writing centeris now open on the second floor fish bowl on Eagle Hour B on Monday, Wednesday,Friday, and Eagle Hour A on Tuesday and Thursday.  Stop in if you’d like to help onbrainstorming, drafting, and revising a paper. No appointment is necessary, everyone is welcome.  Hope to see you there.  

Guidance:

·       Attentionsophomores and juniors:  students whoreceived a letter home regarding the ACC Partnership Program for the fall mustpre-register in the school counseling office by June 1 at 2:00 pm in order toreceive your pass to attend.  If you haveparticipated previously in the program, you still must attend thisinformational meeting.  The meeting willbe held on Monday, June 5th during Eagle Hour A in theauditorium.  Applicants will be accepteduntil Monday, June 12th at 2:00 pm. No late applications can be accepted as all applications are due to ACCby Tuesday, June 13th.

·       Attentionseniors:  please come to the guidanceoffice to complete the senior status form and bring in your letters withcollege decisions.  The form must bereturned to guidance along with a copy of the letter.  This information is part of your graduationrequirements.  Please don’t delay, do ittoday.  If you have any questions, seeyour counselor.

Sports:

·      Thereis a cross country informational meeting on Wednesday June 7 at 2:15 in roomC004.  Anyone interested in running crosscountry next year should attend this meeting. Everyone is welcome!!

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