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September 19, 2017


Reminders for students:

 You are not allowed to receive a bus pass to go home with friends.  If you are going home with another student, a parent must pick you up and take you there.  Please remember this and plan ahead.

Any student who will be participating in a sport this year will have to have a sports physical on file before you are able to practice.

Make sure you are turning your lunch money into the office before school starts.

Sign Ups:

Upcoming Events:


Last call to order a shirt for mchapachazi house members is today.


Fundraiser items will be delivered on Wednesday of this week.


This Friday is the last day for this month's Box Top contest!! Make sure you bring the Box Tops into your homeroom teacher, to win a homeroom party!!!

Book fair is OPEN!!!  We will be open all week + Monday and Tuesday next week!

Reminder that coin wars will end this Friday!  Get those coins in as soon as possible.

Onorevoli tee-shirt order forms can be picked up from your house leaders starting today.


This week’s athletic events:


9/18/2017 - 7/8 Volleyball (H), Boys Tennis (H), Cross Country (H)

9/19/2017 - Boys Tennis (H), Girls 5/6 BB @ Orleans

9/20/2017 -

9/21/2017 - Girls Volleyball @ Christian Academy, Boys Tennis (H)

9/19/2017 -  


The girls cross country team finished 3rd and the boys team finished 6th at our home invitational yesterday. Caleb Jones earned a medal with an 8th place finish. Earning individual ribbons were: David Smith, Kaden Temple, Dawson Gilstrap, Dylan Everage, Ava Sowder, Chloe Feist, Gracie Lewis, Katie Perkins, McKenna Jeter, Elizabeth Trueblood, and Kaylee Mckinley. Great job!

The FFA soil judging team participated yesterday at the district contest.  Dallis Starrett and Claire Elgin competed in the very challenging contest.  Claire placed 3rd in the overall individual scoring.

This qualifies her to participate in the state contest.

The girls played fantastic! 7th grade won with scores of 25-17 and 25-24. That last game was a close one for 7th grade!

8th grade did wonderful as well! With scores of 25-8 and 25-16! Great Job girls!!

EWMS Statements

Vision Statement: Our vision is to achieve excellence in education.

Mission Statement: Our mission is to successfully transition students into the next phase of their academic career by providing rich experiences that contribute to their academic and social growth.

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