Daily Bulletin

El Dorado Springs High School Bulletin for Monday, September 26, 2016


DAILY LUNCH MENU
Chicken & Waffles or Mozzarella Dunkers w/marinara each with salad, steamed broccoli, cinnamon apples slices, fruit and milk OR Mandarin Orange Chicken Salad

SPECIALTY BAR: Calzone Bar




STUDENT ACTIVITIES
September 26 Softball vs Humansville (H) 4:30 SENIOR NIGHT!!!
September 26 JV Football @ Adrian 5:30
September 26 Volleyball @ Nevada 6:00
September 27 Cross Country @ Lamar
September 27 Softball vs Montrose (H) 4:30
September 29 HOMECOMING PARADE/BONFIRE!!!
September 30 FFA Chili Supper
September 30 Varsity Football vs East Newton (H) 7:00 HOMECOMING!!!




STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS
COLLEGE VISITS:
September 27th: Army National Guard (lunch room visit)
September 29th: Crowder College
October 6th: Fort Scott Community College
October 13th: US Navy (Lunch Visit)

* The 2016 Prudential Spirit of Community Award application due November 8, 2016. This is for students who have distinguished themselves through volunteer work. You could win $1000, an engraved medallion, and a trip to Washington,DC. See counselor for details or go online to http://spirit.prudential.com

SPIRIT WEEK September 26th-30th: VOTE OUT THE PATRIOTS!!!
Monday: American Day ( Red, White, and Blue Day)
Tuesday: Neon Color Day
Wednesday: Wacky Wednesday( mismatch, crazy hair, ect.)
Thursday: Twin Day
Friday: Red and Black

* School Picture Day: Friday, September 23rd.

* Robert J Stuckey Essay Contest This essay contest is sponsored by the Friends of the Libraries organization and MU Libraries. Submit an essay 1200-1500 words in length, addressing one or more aspects of books and reading. Common topics for essays include literary analyses, accounts of personal experiences and fictional short stories. Essays which review a single book are not acceptable. Essays must be typed, double-spaced on one side of paper. Each essay should have a title. Initials of the student should be in the upper right hand corner of each page. Each school can only submit one essay. Essays will be judged on the basis of: Originality of thought Content Skill in organizing and presenting ideas and in marshaling evidence Grammar, spelling and composition Submit your essay by December 1, 2016 to Mrs. Thompson to be considered. $1500 First Prize, $750 Second Prize, and $250 Award to the English Teacher of the contest winner (statewide)

* Attention Juniors & Sophomores: The PSAT will be given here on October 19th. The cost is $15 (forms in counselor's office) - let Mrs. Thompson know by Monday if you want to test. Payment is due by test day. The PSAT provides students with the chance to check in on progress toward college and career readiness and success. And serves as an excellent way for students to preview and practice for the SAT, because it is tightly aligned with the new SAT. The PSAT gives students access to free personalized SAT study. Taking the PSAT can also connect students to scholarships and colleges.The PSAT is the official route of entry to the National Merit® Scholarship Program.



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