Advisories! You have until this Friday to submit your nominees for Homecoming Court! When selecting nominees, please consider the following:
Is the nominee a role model for other students both in their grade and in the school?
Does the nominee promote a positive school spirit and community?
Is the nominee welcoming to new members of the EHS community?
Is the nominee actively involved in extracurricular activities such as sports and/or clubs?
Homecoming tickets will go on sale this Thursday during all lunches. Tickets are $10/person. Guests from outside the school must complete a guest form located in the bins outside the main office.
Seniors! Please check your Going Merry account for a posted list of scholarships that have OCTOBER deadline dates. Don’t have a Going Merry account? Sign up for one today. The information is on the Class of 2024 School Counseling Google Classroom.
Students in grades 9 – 11 can sign up for a Going Merry account as well and start applying for scholarships. You can find the information in your School Counselor Google Classrooms.
Any senior who needs a School Counselor recommendation this year is required to submit to your school counselor a SENIOR BRAG SHEET. They will need it at least 2 weeks before your 1st college deadline date. It is also posted in the School Counseling Google Classroom.
College visits this week:
Nichols College- @ 9AM
St Michael's College- @ 10:15 AM
UVM- @ 12:35 PM
Bentley University- September 21st @ 9:00 AM
UMASS-Dartmouth- September 21st @ 12:35 PM
Maine College of Art & Design-College VisitSeptember 22nd @ 10:15AM
UNH- September 22nd @ 12:35 PM
9th grade! Nomination forms for class officer positions are due by Friday 9/22 to Mr. Orne or Ms. Guerra.
Starting in October, EHS will be providing a late bus on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. Pick-up at the high school will be 4:00 with several stops throughout town. More information to come as we get closer to October.
We are in the middle of Hispanic Heritage Month! HHM runs from September 15 through October 15. Throughout the month we will be recognizing the contributions and influence of Hispanic Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States. Today, we recognize US Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. Justice Sotomayor has served on the high court since 2009. She is the third woman, the first woman of color, the first Hispanic, and the first Latina to serve on the Supreme Court. Born in the Bronx, NY, both her parents are from Puerto Rico.