If you plan to attend the 7th and 8th grade boys basketball game at Salem tonight, you will need to purchase your tickets through the link below, or bring a debit or credit card to pay at the gate. They will not have a cash box at the game. https://public.eventlink.com/tickets?t=7657&p=14949
Picture Day at EWMS will be October 22nd. If you haven't already ordered pictures, you can order them online. Just use the link and ID below! mylifetouch.com ID: EVTQ2DK3S
EWMS Picture Day will be September 16th. Your child will bring home a form as soon as we receive them from Lifetouch. If you'd rather order online, you can use the link and ID below! mylifetouch.com ID: EVTQ2DK3S
Reminder: 5th Grade Orientation will be held August 2nd from 6:00-7:30. Families will enter through the middle school and report directly to the Performing Arts Center. (Masks are recommended.)
Middle school parents and students should check out the following message from Mrs. King regarding the first few days of school: https://youtu.be/z68WvohwtC0
EWSC: VIRTUAL STUDENT DEVICE RETURN Device return for ALL virtual students, K-12, will be on Monday, May 24th from 9AM-11AM and 1PM-6PM at the high school front entrance. Please be sure to bring all devices, chargers, and hotspots (if applicable).
The EHS Guidance Department would like to invite current 8th grade students and parents (1 student and 2 parents maximum) to “Freshmen Orientation” on Wednesday, March 31st at 6:00 p.m. in the EHS Auditorium (please enter through the “Game and Events Entrance”). Some of the main topics covered will be scheduling freshman classes, diploma requirements, and graduation pathways. For additional information, please contact David Aly at 967-3931, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All EWMS students will take the NWEA Winter Assessment starting tomorrow. This test is crucial because it allows teachers to see the growth and progress students have made this school year to better meet their needs in the classroom. Physical students will test at school with their teachers. ALL VIRTUAL STUDENTS SHOULD CHECK THEIR GOOGLE CLASSROOMS TO SEE WHEN THEY NEED TO TEST. Thank you!
In lieu of today's announcement, we want to clarify that middle school athletic and extracurriculur practices and events will continue per the guidance of the Washington County Health Department. This is subject to change if we receive further guidance from the health department. 5th and 6th grade boys basketball tryouts will be held tonight from 5:00-6:30 in the middle school gym, and the 7th and 8th grade games scheduled at Austin and North Harrison for tonight will be played. Middle school students who participate in theater should check their Google Classroom for practice times and schedules. Only family members living in the same household as our athletes will be able to attend HOME games. We will let you know if any of this changes.
Reminder of Last Week's Announcement: EWMS will start on a hybrid model TODAY! 6th and 8th grade students will report to school on Mondays and Wednesdays, and 5th and 7th grade students will report to school on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Any day that a student doesn't report to school will be a virtual day.
Thank you to the Washington County Chamber of Commerce, Salem Walmart, and the American Legion Post #41 for their tremendous donation of 37 turkeys and 37 food baskets! EWMS appreciates your help in providing for our families this Thanksgiving!!! Your generosity is such a blessing ❤️
In honor of Veteran's Day, EWMS would like to encourage all staff and students to wear red, white, and blue tomorrow!
Reminder: Picture Retakes and some sports pictures will be taken tomorrow at EWMS! You can order pictures by visiting mylifetouch.com Retake ID: EVTFRKQ3M Sports ID: HM300014X0
EWMS students are continuing their work with the Washington County Soil Conservation District to clean up our creek and run tests on the water!
5th grade students read "The Monkey's Paw" by W.W. Jacobs and collected text evidence in order to conduct a trial. Pictured is the defense team, prosecution team and our school resource officer, Mr Pennington, our judge. Students had to cite evidence to prove or disprove Mr. White's guilt or innocence of killing his son. Students researched the possible charges of murder in the first degree, murder in the second degree, and manslaughter and their possible penalties. The jury in the first block class found Mr. White guilty of manslaughter and recommended a sentence of 20 years. The jury in the second block acquitted Mr. White of all charges.
Some of our 5th graders at EWMS traced patterns, cut out, embroidered faces, sewed, and stuffed little fruits, veggies, and treats during homeroom!
Minute to Win It during lunches at the middle school!
Mrs. Hurst's class enjoyed playing candy corn multiplication bingo!
Mrs. Hardin's 5th graders gave biographical presentations with pumpkins today!
Mrs. Snapp's 6th graders have been working to build Halloween scenes with working mechanisms this week in computer science!