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  • Morgan Rockey State FFA Job Interveiw Champ

    Rockey will represent Washington State and compete at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind. October 19-22, 2016. The competition includes Rockey submitting a resume, job application, follow up letter, and cover letter, along with participating in a job fair, personal interviews, and telephone interview.

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  • EHS Powerlifters compete at State Competition

    Congratulations to the EHS Powerlifting Team. On Saturday May 14th the Powerlifting team traveled to Snohomish for a State Powerlifting competition. The squad sent 7 girls and 13 boys. Elma had 10 medalists at the end of the day: Wesley Allen 123lb State Champ, Washington State Outstanding lifter in all classes, and set a record on deadlift, Dylan Bennet 165lb 2nd place, Cody Sutherby 148lb 4th place, Donovan Bieker 148lb 5th place, Dannan Rosenlund 123lb 6th place, Maddi Clark 105lb 2nd place, Corrina Torres UNL 3rd place, Christina Richards 181lb 5th place, Tawni Heller 132lb 6th place, and Mariah Allen 123lb 6th place. Congratulations to these athletes and a big Thank you to the 2 coaches that make it happen, Coach Chris Henry and Coach Ron Clark. Way to go Eagles.

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  • State FFA Accomplishments for Elma FFA

    Elma FFA competed in 16 of the 20 different state competitions with 27 members. Elma FFA captured six top 8 finalist placings. Paige Kershaw placed third in Extemporaneous Speaking and Agricultural Communications advanced to the finals and took fourth place. Aidan Troy placed third and Mikhaela Nelson placed ninth individually. Farm Business Management placed sixth as a team. Nate Mueller was tenth individual. Parliamentary Procedure placed fifth overall and captured first in the written test. The FARM (Forestry, Agriculture, Resource Management) Team placed sixth.

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  • Graduation Cap Decoration Guidelines

    The following guidelines approved by our school board for our students to decorate their mortarboards (graduation caps) for the graduation ceremony on June 11th. *No feathers, lights, streamers or items hanging off the side of the cap. *The tassel must still be moveable during the ceremony, and it may not be decorated or modified. *Glitter is allowed, but please make sure it is glued securely onto the cap *Topics should be school appropriate, words should be celebratory If a cap is determined to be unacceptable, the student will not be allowed to walk in the ceremony. Caps will be checked at 12:15 on the day of graduation.

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  • Girls Fastpitch secure a District playoff game

    The Elma Girls Fastpitch team finished in 3rd place in the Evergreen 1A league and head to a 1st round District playoff game against the Trico league 2nd place team, Castle Rock. The Eagles will play Castle Rock on Wed May 18 at Borst Park in Centralia at 12:00pm. Please come out and support our Lady Eagles as they vie for a state berth. Go Eagles.

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  • Jillian Wroughton ESD Art Winner

    Jillian Wroughton is one of eight ESD 113 Art Winners out of 300+ total entries that will be honored at the OSPI Washington State High School Student Art Show Reception May 2oth.

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  • FBLA Advance to Atlanta, GA

    Nate Mueller won the Insurance & Risk Management Event, Tahni McGaughy placed 2nd in Job Interview, and the Parliamentary Procedure Team won the State Championship with Paige Kershaw, Nate Mueller, Jacob Perez, and Mickey Velasco. All will travel and compete at the National FBLA Conference in Atlanta, GA June 27-July 3.

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  • 2016-17 ASB Executive Officer Team Announced

    President - Aidan Troy; Vice President - Aaron Bultman; Secretary - Emily Rockey; Treasurer - Mickey Velasco; Business Manager - Hannah Hartley; Sergeant at Arms - Mikhaela Nelson.

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  • Skills USA State Champions!

    Brand Siverts & Blake Sackrider placed 1st in Urban Search & Rescue Robotics. Michael Warne won Metal Art Sculpture. Advisors Chris Henry and Tyler Renz. They will compete at the National Skills USA Convention in Louisville, KY June 20-24.

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  • Club & Class Meeting May 23rd

    Clubs, Classes, and ASB will be meeting throughout the school day to conduct business and update students about upcoming events.

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  •  Sports Enthusiast?

    Athletic Schedules & Ranking

    Go to: 1aevergreen.com. This will link to the league website with the latest schedules, rosters, and rankings. Sign up and get alert reminders of schedules changes!

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  • Current Elma High School ASB Fundraisers:

    Questions about school sponsored fundraisers? Contact Emily Wamsley; ASB Advisor. Current Fundraisers: None at this time. If students are fundraising other items it is NOT ASB sanctioned nor approved.

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  • EHS Student Enterprises

    Elma Career & Technical Education programs provide student enterprises to teach business and apply a variety of skills. Students create and sale a multitude of items from jewelry, flower arrangements, to coffee. Elma student enterprises include: Early Bird Cafe, Flower Shop, Sign Shop, T-shirt Shop, Commercial Art, Eagle Engraving, Horticulture Greenhouse, Yearbook, and Sports Medicine.

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  • ASB Cards $30

    All students who belong to a club, activity, or sport at Elma High School MUST pay this membership fee. This fee assists with covering costs associated to hosting the club, activity, or sport. Additionally you get into all home games for FREE! and receive discounts on a variety of events. Pay Today! See Kendis Goldsmith at the Fiscal Office.

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