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.

Thursday, April 19, 2018


• Want to save a life? The American Red Cross will be holding a blood drive on Tuesday May 8th in the back gym from 8 am to 1:30 pm.  If you are 17 years old you are eligible to donate. Please sign up in the main entrance foyer at the Blood drive table during the day.  See Mr. Barnes if you have any questions.
• Attention Seniors- Senior Prom tickets will be on sale in the school store during Eagle Block starting April 23 through April 27. Cost per ticket is 60$, cash or check made out to EHS Class of 2018. Please be prepared to choose a table at that time. Reminder, tables can hold no more than 10 people. If you are bringing a non EHS guest please pick up a form from Mrs. Grout- E 104.
• Students: We would like to honor teachers during teacher appreciation week (May 7th-May 11th) by sharing the reasons you appreciate our amazing teachers at EHS.  Please describe how your teacher at EHS has made a difference for you and/or other students.  You can write your idea down on this paper or submit it through email to    Please consider the following types of submissions:  Written statement (3-5 sentences), Video submission (30 seconds or less) Please submit entries by 4/27.  
• The Diversity Task Force is hosting a Safe Space Sign poster contest.  The Goal of the poster is to communicate that a space such as a classroom is welcoming and supportive for all aspects of diversity including socio-economic status, ability, sexuality, religion, race, ethnicity, gender, and gender identity.  Your submission should include a logo and a slogan and must fit on an 8 ½ x 11” piece of paper.   Please submit entries to the Welcome Center by June 1st.  
• Seniors:  Please stop by an English teacher’s room to pick up your SafeGrad packet. All entries submitted to Mrs. Smith by April 20 will be submitted into a $25.00 raffle drawing. Also watch Twitter and Facebook for forms as well. All forms due by June 8th on class night! Don’t miss out!
• Any Junior that ordered Prom pictures may pick them up in Mr. Coleman’s office.


• Attention SENIORS! Deadlines are approaching for many of our scholarships on our scholarship wall outside of guidance. Please remember to get your applications to guidance at least a week before the actual scholarship deadline.
• Seniors:  Please stop by and complete your Goldenrod graduation sheet.  We need to know your plans after Graduation in order to send your final transcript to the College you plan to attend.  If you are not going to college, we still need to know your plans.  If you have any questions, stop in and see your counselor.

Career Center:

• Students interested in a career in agriculture, farming, or the non-profit sector should pick up a permission slip in the Career Center to attend the Community Farm of Simsbury trip on May 16th. Permission slips are due back by May 4th..

Writing Center:

• Monday & Wednesday: The writing center is open during all of Eagle Block.
• Tuesday & Thursday: The writing center is open during Eagle Block B.
• Friday: The Writing Center is open during Eagle Block A.

Important dates:

• Senior Assembly – April 26th, 11:20am – Auditorium
• Senior Prom – May 11 -  Maneeley’s Cost $60
• Class Picnic – June 8th - K of C (Knights of Columbus) – Cost $25
• Class Night – June 8th (evening) - Chez Josef – Cost $30
• Awards & Scholarship Night – June 13th, 6:30 pm