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.

Wednesday, December 13, 2017
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General:

• 2017 PSAT scores are available to students by logging into their college board account.  Contact your guidance counselor with any questions.   Students that want a copy of the PSAT test booklet must request a copy in the main office by the end of the week.
• Seniors need to be measured for their Cap and Gown on December 14th, during Eagle Block in the Auditorium.  See Ms. Moyer if you have any questions.
• The Community Action Learning class is holding a coin drive to make care packages for children at CCMC for the holiday season.  Donate your spare change in the English and Social Studies classes.
• Spanish National Honor Society is collecting toys for CT Children’s Hospital.  All items can be brought to the World Language Rooms by Thursday December 14.

 Clubs:

• Junior Class Student Council will hold our next meeting this Thursday, December 14th  during Eagle Block B in E330.
• If you would like to help animals in need this holiday season, please donate supplies, food, or toys to the Connecticut Humane Society – the donation boxes are located in E232, the library, and the main office.

Guidance:

• Attention all seniors- There are a few online scholarships posted to Naviance at this time. There are also a couple online scholarships printed off in the guidance office. Keep checking Naviance for scholarship updates. Please see Mrs. Monteforte in guidance with any questions.
• Any Seniors that were nominated for the Roberta B. Willis Scholarship and who received a blue information sheet may bring it back completed to Mrs. Lowe in Guidance prior to the deadline date of January 8, 2018.  If you have any questions, stop in and see your Counselor or Mrs. Lowe.
• Juniors and Seniors, if you attended the ACC Partnership Program meeting last week, your application is due into Guidance by Friday, December 15th.  Please be sure to complete the application and have parental permission prior to bringing it into Guidance.  You are welcome to drop off your papers before Friday.

Career Center:

• Anyone who would like to volunteer at the Pancake Breakfast on Saturday Dec 16th from 7:30-10:00a.m. should sign up in the Career Center.
• The Army National Guard will be in the Cafeteria on Thursday, December 14th during Eagle Block to speak with interested students.

Winter Guard:

• Student Information Meeting For all High School Students (guys & gals) Monday, December 18th EHS Band Room @ 4:30 p.m.

Sports:

• Attention:   All parents who have girls who play ice hockey!  New this year!  A Girls High School Hockey Varsity Co-op Team has been formed for Suffield/Ellington/Enfield.  Any middle school/high school girls who are currently playing ice hockey, please have your parent(s) e-mail Tracy Lupone (team manager) at tracyandjoe@gmail.com.  The Girls Varsity Team is gathering a list of names of FUTURE players.  Please provide the following information in your e-mail: Player Name, Town, Current School, Current Grade, Hockey Position and Current Hockey Team.  We are excited about this new sports opportunity! 


Spirit Week: 12/18 – 12/22

Monday:   Pajama Day

Tuesday:  Twin Day

Wednesday:  Flannel Day

Thursday:  Meme Day

Friday:  Festive Sweater Day