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    EMMETT HIGH SCHOOL

    March 18, 2019

     

    Emmett High School will prepare all students for individual success

     

    Students DO NOT leave your Chromebooks in your vehicles over night!! If they do get left outside let them warm up to room temperature before pugging it in to charge or you will crack your screens. 

    Reminder: Hoods are not allowed to be worn in the school. Please remove them upon entering the building

     

    ADVISORY/ LUNCH MEETINGS

    Students you must go to your advisory and listen to announcements before you go to any meetings. If you do not go you will be marked absent for that class.

    All NHS members go to the gym at this time.

    Senior Meeting- There will be a Senior Class Meeting in the Gym after announcements on Tuesday, March 19th.

    GENERAL   

    Mr. Marvelous will be tomorrow Tuesday, March 19th @ 7:00 p.m. in the Emmett Middle School Auditorium. Come expecting a good time, full of sweet moves and acts that will make you wonder! Come support your Senior Boys. Admission is $5 per person. Ages 5 and under are FREE.

    Yearbooks - This is the last week to purchase a yearbook for $53.00.  Prices will go up to $60.00 after Spring Break.

    Friday Night School- There will be Friday Night School this Friday. Sign up on Mr. Wright’s door.

    Driver's Ed Finals- will be on March 18th and March 19th at 2:50 Room 112.  

    Sideline Store- You can now order Huskie gear online! Go to the Emmett High School website and click on the Sideline Store button!

    https://sideline.bsnsports.com/schools/idaho/emmett/emmett-high-school

    IdahoCIS- All students need to update their 4 year plans online before registering for classes next year.  Students are encouraged to add their dual credit courses as well. Go to Idahocis.org. We have been updating these plans since the 8th grade, so it should be easy to edit them.  The courses should match your transcript and current class schedule.

     

    CONGRATULATIONS

     

    Exciting Results from Western Idaho Science Fair Competition

    Special Awards:

    Hannah T. - Materials Association and Yale Science & Engineering for Outstanding 11th grader

    Eduardo H. - Genius Award and Office of Naval Research

    Jaidin A. - Idaho Association of Science & Engineering

    Leecia W. - NASA and Office of Naval Research

    Abby K. - United States Air Force

    Morgan R. - National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Taking Pulse of Planet Award

    Silver Medals:

    Animal, Biomedical and Microbiology -  Angel A. and Chris O.

    Behavioral and Social Sciences -  Jaidin A. and Jade C.

    Earth, Environmental, & Plant -  L. Wade-D., Morgan R., Eduardo  H.    

    Gold Medals:

    Animal, Biomedical and Microbiology -  Aly C., Bryce Y., Will F.

    Earth, Environmental & Plant-  Nicole S., Lea P.

    Physical Sciences - Ian H., Lukas K.

    Best of Category:

    Earth, Environmental & Plant - Nicole S.

    Physical Sciences - Lukas K.

    Emmett High School won 25 awards up to this point!  Emmett High School also won State for Top Performing School.

    Best of Fair goes to Lukas K.!!!!  He will be going to the International Science Fair in Phoenix to represent Idaho in May.  



    HELP WANTED

    River's Edge Rehabilitation & Living Center is looking for a part-time Activity Assistant for Fridays & weekends.  Applicants must be at least 17 years of age. If you are interested please contact Renea at (208) 365-4425

    ATTN SENIORS: West Coast Reforestation is hiring Wildland Firefighters for the 2019 Fire season. For more information stop by the counseling office and talk to Mrs. Saldana.

    ATTN SENIORS: The 2020 Census Bureau is hiring for the summer, if you are interested come to the counseling office and see Mrs. Saldana for more information.

    SENIORS

    *** Be sure that you are checking your school email!! It is very important that you check this daily!***

    Dual Credit registration and funding for 3rd Tri is happening right now.  Most college drop dates are next Friday March 22nd. If you drop a dual credit class you need to tell your teacher, counselor, and Mrs. Jewkes.  

    SENIORS If you want your scholarships and colleges recognized at graduation and the scholarship assembly, you need to turn in your documentation to Mrs. Saldana by April 6th.

    Exit Survey- Please complete your Exit Survey for Mrs. Jewkes.  When you are done you will get a little treat delivered to your class. This survey tells me where you are going to school, what scholarships might be available, and where to send final transcripts after graduation.  https://goo.gl/forms/8DMaYz37xCSPDEZx2  

     

    $$$$ Time is running out.  Only 22 seniors have turned in scholarship applications to me.  Most of the local scholarships are due April 1st, the day we get back from Spring Break. Many scholarship deadlines have already passed.  I have sent notes to class and multiple email reminders. Please make sure you are checking emails daily. No late applications are accepted.  You can still do your FAFSA online at FAFSA.gov  

     

    Local scholarships: Pay attention to due dates and turn them in on time.

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1K0sGbNmGdhxP7xSoAoFHyedT1XqK7Zh3vw83qrxXwL8/edit?usp=sharing



    Scholarship spreadsheet: (multiple pages, many have expired already)

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xJNhsfXiwO-kfKNEeoLhJRfmkccXjwvoDVQrOeq-5k4/edit?usp=sharing



    Here is a link to the EHS senior Year calendar for upcoming events:

    https://calendar.google.com/calendar?cid=aXNkMjIxLm5ldF90dHJtbm1rM2I5b2NxbGVjamc1Y2VibzJwc0Bncm91cC5jYWxlbmRhci5nb29nbGUuY29t



    Make sure you are checking your college accounts daily for reminders from them for housing deposits, scholarship acceptance, early registration events, etc.



    Juniors and Seniors:

    Bronco Day is coming up Saturday, April 6th. EHS is providing transportation if we get enough interest.  You must turn in your permission form! So far only 6 permission forms have been turned in. The trip will be cancelled if we don't fill the bus.  Turn them in ASAP. You must register online with BSU and return form to Mrs. Jewkes. Bronco Day is attended by people all over the US. More than half of their attendees are from out of state. BSU will be feeding us lunch, dinner, giving tours, football game, pictures on the blue, prizes and more.

    LUNCH

    Monday:, Crispy corn dog and gems or sack lunch

    Tuesday: beef nachos, bean dip, and salsa or sack lunch

    Wednesday: pepperoni pizza or sack lunch

    *THERE IS NO SECOND BREAKFAST ON EARLY RELEASE WEDNESDAY*

    Thursday: roast turkey, potatoes with gravy and roll; or sack lunch

    Friday: SW-SR rice bowl and egg roll or sack lunch

    Salad Bar, Fruit Bar, and milk served with every lunch

    SPORTS THIS WEEK

    MONDAY, March 18

    3:00 PM Golf HOME @ River Birch Golf Course

    6:00 PM FFA Banquet

    TUESDAY, March 19

    4:30 PM JV Tennis AWAY @ Kuna HS

    4:30 PM Varsity Tennis HOME vs Kuna HS

    5:00 PM Varsity Baseball HOME vs Horseshoe Bend HS

    7:00 PM Mr. Marvelous

    WEDNESDAY, March 20

    THURSDAY, March 21

    4:00 PM Track Quad Meet @ Middleton

    4:30 PM JV Tennis Away @ Columbia HS

    4:30 PM Varsity Tennis HOME vs Columbia HS

    5:00 PM JV Baseball AWAY @ Caldwell HS

    5:00 PM Varsity Baseball HOME vs Caldwell HS

    5:00 PM PM Varsity Baseball HOME vs Caldwell HS

    5:30 PM Softball HOME vs Caldwell HS

    FRIDAY, March 22

    SATURDAY, March 23

     

    Spring Break- March 25th-29th