Announcements

Announcements

April 25, 2017

LUNCH BALANCES: ​Students need to get all negative lunch balances taken care of this week. Effective next Monday, May 1​, there will be NO​ ala carte items allowed to be charged. Please plan ahead to make sure you have lunch money in your account or bring cash with you. Students will only be allowed to charge 1 lunch meal​. There will be NO ​exceptions. This is being done to make sure all lunch balances are paid in full. Free and reduced students who have negative lunch balances need to care of these, too.

RENAISSANCE SPRING FLING: ​The annual Renaissance Spring Fling trip to Buffalo Trace will be Tuesday, May 9. Students will be gone entire day. Lunch will be provided. There will be a $1 transportation fee that students will need to turn into Mrs. Hornung along with the Permission Slips by FRIDAY, MAY 5​. If permission slip and money is not turned in by May 5, you will NOT​ be allowed to attend.

MUSKETEER BRIGADE COLOR GUARD: Auditions​ for the 2017 Musketeer Brigade Color Guard will be next Thursday, May 4, from 3-4:30​. If you are in the 6th - 11th grade and interested, please meet in the Band room on May 4. See Mr. Lindley if you have any questions.

SPANISH CLUB MEMBERS: ​The last party of the year will take place on : Thursday, May 4, from 3:05-3:45 in the HS Cafeteria​. The club will provide pizza (free of charge) for this party. Those interested should sign up with Mrs. Bennett or Mrs. Robinson by Tuesday, May 2​. Don’t forget to list your 1-topping preference with your sign-up. Please bring your own drink to the party.

JUNIORS and SENIORS: ​Prom tickets are on sale and are $35 each​. See Mrs. Gulley or Mrs.Bennett. The theme this year is “Mardi Gras Carnival.” ​Students from another school must have a good standing form from their school. These are in the folder outside Room 66. Students not in school must show ID and the maximum age is 20.

FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE:​
The Purdue Research and Indiana University Southeas​t is offering an opportunity to incoming high school juniors and seniors who demonstrate an aptitude in the areas of math, science, and technology along with an interest in entrepreneurship. Selected students will attend a five-day, high-tech focused Entrepreneurship Academy at Indiana University​ Southeast’s campus in New Albany, June 11-June 16, 2017. ​Please contact the Guidance Office if you are interested, Students must be nominated. Nomination forms are due in by April 24.

The Engineering Options for High School Girls summer career exploration program is a week-long residential opportunity held at the University Evansville campus for High School girls currently in grades 9, 10, or 11 who have completed geometry. ​The program begins on Sunday, June 18 and concludes on Friday, June 23, Please visit https://​www.evansville.edu/options.

UPCOMING VISITS: Navy - Thursday, April 27 during lunches.

NEWS IN SPORTS:
TENNIS: ​The Girls’ Tennis team traveled to Austin yesterday. Winning points for Eastern were Kolbi Sponcel in the #1 Singles position, and Jenna Chastain in the #2 Singles position. The team goes against Clarksville this afternoon.

TRAPSHOOTING: ​Trapshooting practice will be Saturday at Indian Creek. The bus will leave school at 9:00 a.m. and practice will start at 10:00 a.m. Club members should bring raffle tickets and eye and ear protection.

CONGRATULATIONS ​to Gavin Hurst and Brandon Bryant, ​this week’s scholar-athletes.

SPORTS SCHEDULE:
Thursday: Golf @ Western Hills in Salem 4:30
                Baseball @ Austin 5:00
                Softball @ Scottsburg 5:00
                Track @ Salem Invitational 5:00
                Tennis vs. Clarksville 5:00

EHS Statements

Vision Statement:  Our vision for Eastern High School is to achieve excellence in education.

Mission Statement:  The mission of Eastern High School is to graduate students with the life skills to become contributing members of a changing society.


 
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