EHS Daily Bulletin


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

Friday October 20, 2017

General:

• Mr. Drezek, Enfield’s Superintendent, is forming a student advisory group that will meet with the Superintendent to discuss school issues.  Students will be selected using an application process.  Please pick up an application in the main office and submit to Mrs. Lamagna in the main office by Friday, October 20th.
• Juniors- please stop by E330 in Ms. Fontaine’s room for a Yankee Candle Fundraiser form. The money collected will be used for reducing the cost of prom. Order forms are due November 2.
• Sophomores and Juniors who are considering attending an Historically Black College or University after graduation are asked to stop in Ms. Cox-Blackwell’s office for information on a college tour.  There will be an informational meeting in October, and the tour is scheduled for April 2018.  Please see Ms. Cox-Blackwell for a flyer.
• The Enfield Recreation Dept is offering an open house for Volleyball at Eli Whitney School on Monday nights from 6-9 pm.  Just show up and play.  Cost is $2.00 per night.  See Mrs. Joslin if you have any questions. 

Clubs:

• The Enfield High School Youth Vote is meeting during Eagle Block A in Room E337 on Thursday, October 19th, 2017 and in Room E334 on Friday, October 20th, 2017.  Please see Mr. Allegro or Mr. Crane for details.
• Attention Yearbook Club, come see Mr. Scioscio during Eagle Hour Thursday or Friday to cast your final vote for our 2018 Yearbook Theme.

Guidance:

• ATTN:  SENIORS   The following Colleges will be at EHS, please sign up with Mrs. Lowe in Guidance if you wish to attend to receive a pass.
o University of Southern Maine will be visiting the Guidance office on October 24th at 1:00 PM.  
o Quinnipiac University will be visiting the Guidance office on October 26th at 8:56 AM.   
o Springfield College will be visiting the Guidance office on October 26th at 10:23 AM.  
• EHS College Fair 2017 will be next Wednesday evening from 7-9 pm in the gym. Reps from over 100 colleges, universities and technical schools will be attending. All students grade 9-12 are encouraged to attend along with a parent. Any questions, please see Mrs. Monteforte in Guidance.
• PRUDENTIAL SPIRIT OF COMMUNITY AWARDS - DUE DATE:  NOVEMBER 7TH, 2017 (Completed application and the student/parent agreement only) FINAL DUE DATE:   NOVEMBER 17TH, 2017.  To be eligible for this award, a student must be a middle or high school student who’s making a difference through volunteering. The student must complete an application and the student/parent agreement.  This is an online application only so the website to apply is https://aim.applyists.net. Once the student has created an account, and enter the program key, Spirit, they will be taken to the application.  If you have questions, please see your Guidance Counselor.   

SafeGrad:

• Join the Senior class at Chipotle Sunday night from 4:00-8:00. 50% of the profits will be given back to the senior class to help reduce senior fees.