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  • Bulletin March 6, 2015

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  • ASB Card $30

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    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 Brenda Stewart at the Fiscal Office.
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  • Traffic Safety Information

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    Payment is no longer taken in EHS. You must register on-line with ESD 113.
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  • EHS Bell Schedules

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  • Elma School District Calendar 2014-15

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  • EHS HEADLINES:

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  • DECA in Bellevue for State March 5-7

    EHS teens will be competing in finance, hospitality, management, business, and more for DECA state. Students include: Paige Kershaw, Kyla Valencia-French, Adin Myrick, Levi Lytle, Trent Olson, Kassidy Williams, Kat Reed, Joolia Keith, Taylor Clapp, Arielle Clapp, Amelia D'Onofrio, Maci Shumate, and Tina Whipple. Make Elma Proud!

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  • Speech & Debate to Compete at State

    Hattie Odle and Tahni McGaughy will compete individually in March for Speech and Debate. Best of Luck!

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  • Knowlegde Bowl Advances to State!

    Congratulations to Nika Brock, Peyton Johnson, Kourtnie Welch, James Keen, Jacob Rathbun, and Ellissa Edwards for advancing to the next level. State will be in March in Spokane. Good Luck!

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  • FCCLA Advances 4 to State

    The FCCLA members advance to state after a regional competition in February. Monica Lopez, Antonio Diaz, Mackenzie Duncan, and Mikkaela Nelson will compete in Wenatchee end of March. Compete well!

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  • FBLA Advances to State

    Elma teens will compete in Computer Applications, Spreadsheet, Job Interview, and Parliamentary Procedure in Spokane this April after placing in the top 2 at the regional level. Competitors include Faith McLennan, Callie Daniels, Wyatt Gray, Ben Borden, Jacob Perez, Nate Mueller, and Jacob Borden.

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  • Club & Class Meeting March 11th

    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: DECA Beef Sticks and Cookie Dough. 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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Our Vision
 
To create a lifelong learning community that is a respectful partnership of all students, staff, and local communities.
 
Our Mission

By providing learning opportunities through engaging and positive experiences, we empower all individuals to be respectful, competent, responsible citizens who value education as a lifelong process.

Did you know?
 
Internet Essentials is a Comcast-sponsored program that makes Internet access available to low-income households with children who receive free or reduced fee school lunches under the National School Lunch Program.
 
If you are interested in Internet Essentials just call (855) 846-8376 or visit http://www.internetessentials.com/default.aspx. 
While participating in the program, customers may receive a low-cost Internet connection and computer, with free Internet training. Internet connection is $9.95 per month plus tax. Computer is $149 plus tax. It is not necessary to purchase the low-cost computer to obtain the low-cost Internet connection.Family must have children who receive free school lunches under the National School Lunch Program. Must live in an area where Comcast Internet service is offered. Cannot have received Comcast Internet service within last 90 days, and may not have a past due bill or unreturned equipment with Comcast. Call for more information about eligibility requirements.

 
Title IX Contact Person: Kevin Acuff, Principal