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DAILY BULLETIN

November 19, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:     Ryker L. Cara R. Devin S. Kayton Z.

HS ABSENT:    River R. Eric  C. Cory R. Slade S. Hunter R.

TARDY:     Macy R.

LEAVING EARLY:     

ARRIVING LATER:  

 

After School:   HS –         M, T – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -               M – Mrs. Zwingman    T – Mrs. Thiele-Blecher

20 min Reading –    1st hour

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2018 District 10 Livestock Judging Competition. Ord, NE November 14th 2018

District X schools competing:

O’Neill Public, Ord, Stuart, Sargent, Loup County, Ainsworth, Keya Paha, Elgin, Chambers, Neligh-Oakdale, Elkhorn valley, West Holt, Rock County, Boyd County, Wheeler Central


Senior Division:

107 Total Participants. Will only post up to the top 40 places             Elgin Team Overall - 9th of 16

Overall Individual                                                                                                               Kyle Schumacher, Lane Bartak

Kyle Schumacher - 25                                                                                      Lauren Seier and Kaylee Martinsen

Lane Bartak - 33                                                                                                 *Team was 9th in beef, sheep, quest.

                                                                                                                                                8th in reasons, 6th in swine, 7th test

Beef Division Overall Individual

Kyle Schumacher - 8

Lane Bartak - 32

 

Sheep Division Overall Individual

Kyle Schumacher - 15

Lane Bartak - 37

 

Swine Division OVerall Individual

Lane Bartak - 21

Araceli Palmer - 22

Kaylee Martinson - 25

 

Reasons Overall Individual

Kyle Schumacher - 21

Lane Bartak - 31

 

Questions Overall Individual

Adam Dreger - 23

Lauren Seier - 25

 

Test Overall Individual

Lauren Seier - 10

Kyle Schumacher - 17

 

 

Junior Division Results

Total participants 168

Overall Individual                                          Team  - 5th place overall and Alternate to state

Joey Getzfred - 9th                                         Joey Getzfred, Lexi Bode, Kali Dworak & Kirsten Krebs

Lexi Bode - 19                                                Team was also: 7th in Beef, 2nd in sheep, 8th in Swine,

Kali Dworak -23                                              3rd in Reasons, 1st in Questions.

Kirsten Krebs - 36

 

Beef Division Overall Individual

Joey Getzfred - 30

Kali Dworak - 31

Lexi Bode - 39

 

Sheep Division Overall Individual

Joey Getzfred - 7

Kirsten Krebs - 12

Lexi Bode - 13

Kali Dworak - 34

 

Swine Division Overall Individual

Joey Getzfred - 11

Kali Dworak - 27

Jordan Lindgren - 36

Lexi Bode - 39

Norman Grothe - 40

 

Reasons Overall Individual

Colton Wright - 7

Kirsten Krebs - 13

Joey Getzfred - 32

 

Questions Overall Individual

Harlie Bode - 6

Lexi Bode - 8

Joey Getzfred- 9

Theanna Dunn- 22

Kali Dworak - 27

Norman Grothe - 35

 

Test Overall Individual

Emily Mlnarik - 22

 

MONDAY:  Intro to EDU Visit at WSC Campus

 

MONDAY:  Wolfpack Volleyball Awards Night  (Desserts)    7:00 p.m.

 

TUESDAY:  JH EPPJ WR Tourney at EPS Gym 3:00 p.m.

 

WEDNESDAY:  One-Act Matinee 12:30 p.m. in EPS Gym

 

WEDNESDAY:  EARLY DISMISSAL 1:00 p.m.

 

THURSDAY:  HAPPY THANKSGIVING!   No school!

 

FRIDAY:   No School!

 

There will be an FCCLA meeting on Monday, November 26th in Mrs. McClellan's room at 6:30. 

 

Want to order some Wolfpack Wrestling gear?   You can order online.  All orders must be in by November 19th!   (Ctrl + Click this link)
https://www.walloffame247.com/elgin-public-pope-john-high-school

 

RESCHEDULED TO NOV. 30th:      HIGH SCHOOLERS:    Ever want to make a difference but you don’t know how because you are “too young,” don’t know the right people or don’t know where to start? World Food Prize may the start you are looking for. Come learn how students in your shoes are changing their communities. World Food Prize is an international youth program that helps students get informed on world issues and use critical thinking skills to come up with solutions for those problems. It is for anyone interested in politics, global development, environmental restoration and sustainability, education, malnutrition, agriculture, or social justice.  All participants in the program receive a $500-dollar scholarship!

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 19 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Nov.       20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

DAILY BULLETIN

November 16, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:     Evin P.

HS ABSENT:    Colleen B. Araceli P. Anna H. Kira W.

TARDY:     

LEAVING EARLY:     

ARRIVING LATER:  

 

After School:   HS –         ALL WEEK – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -               F - ??

20 min Reading –    8th hour

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MONDAY:  Intro to EDU Visit at WSC Campus

 

TUESDAY:  JH EPPJ WR Tourney at EPS Gym 3:00 p.m.

 

WEDNESDAY:  One-Act Matinee 12:30 p.m. in EPS Gym

 

WEDNESDAY:  EARLY DISMISSAL 1:00 p.m.

 

THURSDAY:  HAPPY THANKSGIVING!   No school!

 

FRIDAY:   No School!

 

The Beak has recently released two new videos:  Episodes 1 and 2 Bloopers and Halloween at EPS.

You can catch both on Twitter (@WEPSTheBeak) and on our Youtube channel. Be sure to subscribe to our Youtube channel (W-EPS: The Beak) to receive notifications of recent releases.

 

There will be an FCCLA meeting on Monday, November 26th in Mrs. McClellan's room at 6:30. 

 

Want to order some Wolfpack Wrestling gear?   You can order online.  All orders must be in by November 19th!   (Ctrl + Click this link)
https://www.walloffame247.com/elgin-public-pope-john-high-school

 

RESCHEDULED TO NOV. 30th:      HIGH SCHOOLERS:    Ever want to make a difference but you don’t know how because you are “too young,” don’t know the right people or don’t know where to start? World Food Prize may the start you are looking for. Come learn how students in your shoes are changing their communities. World Food Prize is an international youth program that helps students get informed on world issues and use critical thinking skills to come up with solutions for those problems. It is for anyone interested in politics, global development, environmental restoration and sustainability, education, malnutrition, agriculture, or social justice.  All participants in the program receive a $500-dollar scholarship! Come to learn more on Friday, Nov. 16 at 3:00 in the ITV room.  

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 19 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Nov.       17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H

 

DAILY BULLETIN

November 15, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:     Evin P.

HS ABSENT:    Ethan H. Araceli P.  Breanna C. Hunter R.

TARDY:     

LEAVING EARLY:     Jordan L. (2:50)   Collin L. (2:50)

ARRIVING LATER:   Breanna C.   Hunter R.

 

After School:   HS –         ALL WEEK – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -            TH - ??   F - ??

20 min Reading –    7th hour

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Congratulations to the Elgin One Act team for their excellent performance at NVC. Outstanding Performance awards went to Kaylee Martinsen, Theanna Dunn, Jessica Getzfred, Ally Wemhoff, Kira Widger, Grace Rittscher, Cory Romej and Hunter Reestman. A huge shout out to Adam Dreger, who is the 2018 NVC East Outstanding Actor.

 

The Beak has recently released two new videos:  Episodes 1 and 2 Bloopers and Halloween at EPS.

You can catch both on Twitter (@WEPSTheBeak) and on our Youtube channel. Be sure to subscribe to our Youtube channel (W-EPS: The Beak) to receive notifications of recent releases.

 

 

There will be an FCCLA meeting on Monday, November 26th in Mrs. McClellan's room at 6:30. 

 

Want to order some Wolfpack Wrestling gear?   You can order online.  All orders must be in by November 19th!   (Ctrl + Click this link)
https://www.walloffame247.com/elgin-public-pope-john-high-school

 

 

THURSDAY:  JH WR at Newman Grove 3:00 p.m.  (leaving after lunch)

 

POSTPONED TO LATER DATE ---------HIGH SCHOOLERS:    Ever want to make a difference but you don’t know how because you are “too young,” don’t know the right people or don’t know where to start? World Food Prize may the start you are looking for. Come learn how students in your shoes are changing their communities. World Food Prize is an international youth program that helps students get informed on world issues and use critical thinking skills to come up with solutions for those problems. It is for anyone interested in politics, global development, environmental restoration and sustainability, education, malnutrition, agriculture, or social justice.  All participants in the program receive a $500-dollar scholarship! Come to learn more on Friday, Nov. 16 at 3:00 in the ITV room.  

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 19 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Nov.       15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

DAILY BULLETIN

November 14, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:     Axel S. Kate F. Trissa R.

HS ABSENT:    Eric C. Leslie N. Mary N. (CV)

TARDY:     Austin G.   Colleen B.

LEAVING EARLY:       

 

After School:   HS –         ALL WEEK – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -            W – Mrs. Beckman  TH - ??   F - ??

20 min Reading –    6th hour

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Congratulations to Wolfpack Volleyball girls making All Conference Honors:

Honorable Mention:  Grace Rittscher and Haley Zegers

2nd Team:  Kaylee Martinsen

1st Team:  Allyson Wemhoff & Anna Heilhecker

 

There will be an FCCLA meeting on Monday, November 26th in Mrs. McClellan's room at 6:30. 

 

Want to order some Wolfpack Wrestling gear?   You can order online.  All orders must be in by November 19th!   
https://www.walloffame247.com/elgin-public-pope-john-high-school

 

WEDNESDAY:  Late Start 10:00 a.m.

 

WEDNESDAY:  FFA District Livestock Judging at Ord.   Should be back between 7th & 8th hour

 

WEDNESDAY:  Wolfpack Wrestling Parents Meeting 7:00 p.m. in Mr. Rossman’s Room

 

WEDNESDAY:  Wolfpack Boys BBall Parents Meeting 7:00 p.m. in Gym

 

THURSDAY:  JH WR at Newman Grove 3:00 p.m.  (leaving after lunch)

 

POSTPONED TO LATER DATE ---------HIGH SCHOOLERS:    Ever want to make a difference but you don’t know how because you are “too young,” don’t know the right people or don’t know where to start? World Food Prize may the start you are looking for. Come learn how students in your shoes are changing their communities. World Food Prize is an international youth program that helps students get informed on world issues and use critical thinking skills to come up with solutions for those problems. It is for anyone interested in politics, global development, environmental restoration and sustainability, education, malnutrition, agriculture, or social justice.  All participants in the program receive a $500-dollar scholarship! Come to learn more on Friday, Nov. 16 at 3:00 in the ITV room.  

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 19 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Nov.       14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

 

 

DAILY BULLETIN

November 13, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:     Devin F. Evin P. Libby E. 

HS ABSENT:    

TARDY:     

LEAVING EARLY:       

 

After School:   HS –         ALL WEEK – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -            T – Mrs. Zwingman   W – Mrs. Beckman  TH - ??   F - ??

20 min Reading –    6th hour

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FFA members that are livestock judging (same as went to Bassett) The bus leaves EPS at 7:15am Wednesday, Nov. 14th. Lunch is provided. We will be indoors but it will still be chilly in the arena, so please bring a winter coat and gloves! We should be back in time for 8th period, maybe some of 7th. 

 

TUESDAY:  NVC One-Acts at EPS Gym.    No school for Preschool, Kdgn, or Grades 7-12.   Grades 1-6 have regular school time.

 

WEDNESDAY:  Late Start 10:00 a.m.

 

WEDNESDAY:  FFA District Livestock Judging at Ord.

 

WEDNESDAY:  Wolfpack Wrestling Parents Meeting 7:00 p.m. in Mr. Rossman’s Room

 

WEDNESDAY:  Wolfpack Boys BBall Parents Meeting 7:00 p.m. in Gym

 

THURSDAY:  JH WR at Newman Grove 3:00 p.m.  (leaving after lunch)

 

HIGH SCHOOLERS:    Ever want to make a difference but you don’t know how because you are “too young,” don’t know the right people or don’t know where to start? World Food Prize may the start you are looking for. Come learn how students in your shoes are changing their communities. World Food Prize is an international youth program that helps students get informed on world issues and use critical thinking skills to come up with solutions for those problems. It is for anyone interested in politics, global development, environmental restoration and sustainability, education, malnutrition, agriculture, or social justice.  All participants in the program receive a $500-dollar scholarship! Come to learn more on Friday, Nov. 16 at 3:00 in the ITV room.  

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 12 - WSC

Nov. 19 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Nov.       13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

 

 

DAILY BULLETIN

November 12, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:     Axel S. Treyvonne D. Donmetrious D. Libby E.

HS ABSENT:    River R. Cory R. Mateo K.

TARDY:     Rylee R. Macy R. Talena W.

LEAVING EARLY:       Hunter R. (3:00)

 

After School:   HS –         ALL WEEK – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -           M - ??   T – Mrs. Zwingman   W – Mrs. Beckman  TH - ??   F - ??

20 min Reading –    5th hour

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FFA members that are livestock judging (same as went to Bassett) The bus leaves EPS at 7:15am Wednesday, Nov. 14th. Lunch is provided. We will be indoors but it will still be chilly in the arena, so please bring a winter coat and gloves! We should be back in time for 8th period, maybe some of 7th. 

 

On Tues. Nov. 13th, EPS will be hosting the NVC One-Act performances.   There will be NO SCHOOL for Preschool, Kindergarten, and Grades 7-12.     Grades 1-6 will have regular school times.  NO breakfast will be served that day and school lunch will be a sack lunch provided.   

 

MONDAY:  Veteran’s Day Program 11:00 a.m.   Dismiss Band/Choir at 10:15   Along with Hunter, Kira, & Kaylee

 

TUESDAY:  NVC One-Acts at EPS Gym.    No school for Preschool, Kdgn, or Grades 7-12.   Grades 1-6 have regular school time.

 

WEDNESDAY:  Late Start 10:00 a.m.

 

WEDNESDAY:  FFA District Livestock Judging at Ord.

 

WEDNESDAY:  Wolfpack Wrestling Parents Meeting 7:00 p.m. in Mr. Rossman’s Room

 

WEDNESDAY:  Wolfpack Boys BBall Parents Meeting 7:00 p.m. in Gym

 

THURSDAY:  JH WR at Newman Grove 3:00 p.m.  (leaving after lunch)

 

HIGH SCHOOLERS:    Ever want to make a difference but you don’t know how because you are “too young,” don’t know the right people or don’t know where to start? World Food Prize may the start you are looking for. Come learn how students in your shoes are changing their communities. World Food Prize is an international youth program that helps students get informed on world issues and use critical thinking skills to come up with solutions for those problems. It is for anyone interested in politics, global development, environmental restoration and sustainability, education, malnutrition, agriculture, or social justice.  All participants in the program receive a $500-dollar scholarship! Come to learn more on Friday, Nov. 16 at 3:00 in the ITV room.  

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 12 - WSC

Nov. 19 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Nov.       13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

 

 

Daily Bulletin

November 9, 2018

ELEM. ABSENT:     Riddick G.

HS ABSENT:    Colleen B. Anna H. Hunter R. Grace R. Ally W. (CV)

TARDY:     Eric C.

LEAVING EARLY:       

 

After School:   HS –         ALL WEEK – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -           F – Mrs. Borer  

20 min Reading –   NONE

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Barring any major technical difficulties, The Beak will be releasing the Episodes 1 and 2 Bloopers video today. It can be accessed on our Youtube channel and Twitter. Enjoy!

 

On Tues. Nov. 13th, Elgin Public School will be hosting the NVC One-Act performances.   There will be NO SCHOOL for Preschool, Kindergarten, and Grades 7-12.     Grades 1-6 will have regular school times.  NO breakfast will be served that day and school lunch will be a sack lunch provided.   

 

HIGH SCHOOLERS:    Ever want to make a difference but you don’t know how because you are “too young,” don’t know the right people or don’t know where to start? World Food Prize may the start you are looking for. Come learn how students in your shoes are changing their communities. World Food Prize is an international youth program that helps students get informed on world issues and use critical thinking skills to come up with solutions for those problems. It is for anyone interested in politics, global development, environmental restoration and sustainability, education, malnutrition, agriculture, or social justice.  All participants in the program receive a $500-dollar scholarship! Come to learn more on Friday, Nov. 16 at 3:00 in the ITV room.  

 

SUNDAY:   One-Act Community Performance 7:00 p.m.   EPS Gym

 

MONDAY:  Veteran’s Day Program 11:00 a.m.   Dismiss Band/Choir at 10:15   Along with Hunter, Kira, & Kaylee

 

TUESDAY:  NVC One-Acts at EPS Gym.    No school for Preschool, Kdgn, or Grades 7-12.   Grades 1-6 have regular school time.

 

WEDNESDAY:  Late Start 10:00 a.m.

 

WEDNESDAY:  FFA District Livestock Judging at Ord.

 

WEDNESDAY:  Wolfpack Wrestling Parents Meeting 7:00 p.m. in Mr. Rossman’s Room

 

WEDNESDAY:  Wolfpack Boys BBall Parents Meeting 7:00 p.m. in Gym

 

THURSDAY:  JH WR at Newman Grove 3:00 p.m.  (leaving after lunch)

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 12 - WSC

Nov. 19 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Nov.       11 – Keyera E.

                13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

DAILY BULLETIN

November 8, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:     Riddick G.

HS ABSENT:    Olivia L.

TARDY:     

LEAVING EARLY:       Shayd R. (9:30)   Nick A. (11:00)

 

After School:   HS –         ALL WEEK – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -              TH,  F – Mrs. Borer  

20 min Reading –   8th hour

**************

Ever want to make a difference but you don’t know how because you are “too young,” don’t know the right people or don’t know where to start? World Food Prize may the start you are looking for. Come learn how students in your shoes are changing their communities. World Food Prize is an international youth program that helps students get informed on world issues and use critical thinking skills to come up with solutions for those problems. It is for anyone interested in politics, global development, environmental restoration and sustainability, education, malnutrition, agriculture, or social justice.  All participants in the program receive a $500-dollar scholarship! Come to learn more on Friday, Nov. 16 at 3:00 in the ITV room.  

 

THURSDAY:  JH WR at Madison 4:00 p.m.   Leaving at 2:00

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 19 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Nov.       11 – Keyera E.

                13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

DAILY BULLETIN

November 7, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:     Caleb F. Riddick G.

HS ABSENT:    Trinity G.   Hunter R.

TARDY:     

LEAVING EARLY:       Theanna D. (8:45)

 

After School:   HS –         ALL WEEK – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -          W – Mrs. Beckman    TH,  F – Mrs. Borer  

20 min Reading –   7th hour

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There will be a short meeting for anyone going out for girls basketball on Wednesday Nov. 7th in the Mr.Eisenhauer's room right after school.

 

THURSDAY:  JH WR at Madison 4:00 p.m.   Leaving at 2:00

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 19 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Nov.       11 – Keyera E.

                13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

DAILY BULLETIN

November 6, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:     Jarek E.

HS ABSENT:    Gage T. Hunter R.

TARDY:     

LEAVING EARLY:       Brittney H. (1:30)

 

After School:   HS –         ALL WEEK – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -         T, W – Mrs. Beckman    TH,  F – Mrs. Borer  

20 min Reading –   6th hour

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There will be a short meeting for anyone going out for girls basketball on Wednesday Nov. 7th in the Mr.Eisenhauer's room right after school.

 

Volleyball girls we will turn in uniforms and vote on Tuesday immediately after school in coach Thiele’s room. 

 

THURSDAY:  JH WR at Madison 4:00 p.m.   Leaving at 2:00

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 6 – Dakota State University 3:00

Nov. 19 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Nov.       11 – Keyera E.

                13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

DAILY BULLETIN

November 5, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:     Paislee B. Xander B. Cylus B.

HS ABSENT:    Shayd R. Colleen B.  Cade H.  Hunter R.

TARDY:     

LEAVING EARLY:       Blake O. (1:40)

 

After School:   HS –         ALL WEEK – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -        M, TH,  F – Mrs. Borer   T, W – Mrs. Beckman

20 min Reading –   5th hour

**************

Congratulations to the winners of the great 2018 EPS Great Pumpkin Challenge!

 

Individual Division

1st:  Mrs. Rita Heithoff with her Paintbrush Pumpkin

2nd: Mr. Wemhoff with is A&W Pumpkin

 

HS/JH Study Hall Division

1st: Mrs. Shoe's Study Hall's ET Pumpkin

2nd:  Mr. Childers' Study Hall's Penguin Pumpkins

 

Elementary Division

1st:  Kindergarten's Pete the Cat Pumpkin

2nd:  2nd Grade's Black Cat Pumpkin

 

Thanks for playing! The competition gets tougher every year!

 

Volleyball girls we will turn in uniforms and vote on Tuesday immediately after school in coach Thiele’s room. 

 

MONDAY:  NVC Vocal Clinic at Stuart.   Concert is at 5:30 p.m.    Bus leaves at 8:30 a.m.

 

MONDAY:  TeamMates Mentee Training 4:00 pm in 3rd grade classroom

 

THURSDAY:  JH WR at Madison 4:00 p.m.   Leaving at 2:00

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 5 - WSC

Nov. 6 – Dakota State University 3:00

Nov. 19 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Nov.       5 – Rylen S.

                11 – Keyera E.

                13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

 

DAILY BULLETIN

November 2, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:     Paislee B. Devorah F. Mollie M. garrett B. Kristopher P. Riddick G.

HS ABSENT:    

TARDY:     

LEAVING EARLY:       Hunter R. (2:50)

 

After School:   HS –         F – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -          F – Mrs. Borer

20 min Reading –   NONE

**************

RED OUT for the Vball game on Saturday.  Please wear RED and Pack the Gym in Albion!

Congratulations to Allyson Wemhoff for being named Hausmann Physical Therapy Star Athlete of the Week!

 

With a volleyball win on Saturday the girls qualify for state next Thursday. State shirts will have to be ordered and paid for by 11:00 on Monday morning. 

 

Students in grades 9-12. If you are at all interested in competing on the speech team this year, please sign up on the Google doc that Mrs. Shoe shared with you this morning. 

This is just a document showing interest. It isn't a firm commitment (although I'm not guaranteeing that Jessie won't hunt you down.)

Please sign up by lunchtime.  We will be having a meeting in the near future. Thanks!

 

FRIDAY:   Elkhorn Valley JH Choral Clinic   Students eat lunch at 11:40  

 

FRIDAY:    CyberPatriots Round 1

 

SATURDAY:  Substate Vball  ----- EPPJ vs. Humphrey-LHF  3:00 p.m. at Boone Central in Albion  Bus will leave at 1:15 from EPS

 

MONDAY:  NVC Vocal Clinic at Stuart.   Concert is at 5:30 p.m.

 

THURSDAY:  JH WR at Madison 4:00 p.m.

 

Would you like to show your support for our Wolfpack teams?  Elgin Post Prom is selling window clings again this year.  We have 2 new designs for you to choose from.  Contact Becky Lindgren at school or one of the other Junior class parents if you are interested.  Cost is still $10 per cling!  The Wolf face is about 2.8 inches tall and 5 inches wide.  The Paw Print is about 4 inches tall and 5 inches wide.

 

The applications for the Ribbon Tree will be available on or before Tuesday, October 30, at the Willows, Golden Living Center, Heritage Bank, Pinnacle Bank, AMH Family Practice, Neligh Clinic, Neligh-Oakdale Pre-school, Health and Human Services Office, Thriftway,  Food Pantry, Neligh Library, and at the Neligh-Oakdale Public Schools. In Elgin, the applications can be picked up at Dean’s Market, the Elgin Public School or St. Boniface. The applications need to be returned or mailed to Health and Human Services: 501 M Street, Neligh, NE 68756.  (or email to Patti.Brady@nebraska.gov).  This ongoing project sponsored by the Neligh-Oakdale FCCLA in conjunction with HHS provides families as well as residents of the Golden Living Center and Willows with an opportunity for a better Christmas.

The deadline for the applications is Tuesday,  November 12th.

If you’d like to purchase a gift for the Ribbon Tree, you can find them on the Christmas trees at Heritage Bank, and Pinnacle Bank in Neligh after November 19th.

 

Boone Central Schools & Boone County Health Center is having a Women's Self Defense course offered Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10am-2pm at the Boone Central Commons Area for females ages 14 years and older.  The cost is $20 w/ lunch provided.  Registration deadline is Nov. 12.  call 402.395.3165 to register.  Mrs. Rittscher has a flyer if you're interested in more details.  

 

ACT FALL DATES for 2018:

Test Date:  Dec 8      Registration:  Nov 2

Don't forget that you still have access to On-to-College!

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

Bloom! Presenter on Friday, Nov. 2 Sheryl Baker, Dental Hygentist from Neligh Family Dentistry at 3:00 in the ITV Room.

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 5 - WSC

Nov. 6 – Dakota State University 3:00

Nov. 19 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Nov.       5 – Rylen S.

                11 – Keyera E.

                13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

DAILY BULLETIN

November 1, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:   Kristopher P.

HS ABSENT:    Slade S

TARDY:     Mary N.    Leslie N.

LEAVING EARLY:       

 

After School:   HS –            TH, F – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -            TH - ??  F – Mrs. Borer

20 min Reading –   4th hour

**************

RED OUT for the volleyball game on Saturday!

One Act members ----- make sure you sign up for your team shirt by Thursday! The link was sent via email. Also, One Act practice will be at 7:00 pm Thursday evening. 

 

The Beak has recently released two new videos.  Episode 2 was published last week and may be found on our Youtube channel and Twitter.  Now we have released our Homecoming video, which can be found in the same places.  Enjoy, and thanks for all you do to help us out!

 

FFA members that are livestock Judging (list is on the Ag door and white board)- reminder the bus leaves EPS this Thursday morning at 7:15am for Bassett. Bring a sack lunch and/or money. We will stop in O'Neill for a quick stop on the way home. 

We should be back for 7th and 8th periods so plan ahead! 

 

THURSDAY:  FFA Pre-district livestock judging at Bassett

 

THURSDAY:  JH WR at Elkhorn Valley 3:30 p.m.   Leaving at start of 7th period

 

THURSDAY:  Wolfpack Football Banquet 6:00 p.m.   EPS Gym

 

FRIDAY:   Elkhorn Valley JH Choral Clinic   Students eat lunch at 11:40

 

FRIDAY:    CyberPatriots Round 1

 

SATURDAY:  Substate Vball  ----- EPPJ vs. LHF  3:00 p.m. at Boone Central in Albion  Bus will leave at 1:15 from EPS

 

Would you like to show your support for our Wolfpack teams?  Elgin Post Prom is selling window clings again this year.  We have 2 new designs for you to choose from.  Contact Becky Lindgren at school or one of the other Junior class parents if you are interested.  Cost is still $10 per cling!  The Wolf face is about 2.8 inches tall and 5 inches wide.  The Paw Print is about 4 inches tall and 5 inches wide.

 

The applications for the Ribbon Tree will be available on or before Tuesday, October 30, at the Willows, Golden Living Center, Heritage Bank, Pinnacle Bank, AMH Family Practice, Neligh Clinic, Neligh-Oakdale Pre-school, Health and Human Services Office, Thriftway,  Food Pantry, Neligh Library, and at the Neligh-Oakdale Public Schools. In Elgin, the applications can be picked up at Dean’s Market, the Elgin Public School or St. Boniface. The applications need to be returned or mailed to Health and Human Services: 501 M Street, Neligh, NE 68756.  (or email to Patti.Brady@nebraska.gov).  This ongoing project sponsored by the Neligh-Oakdale FCCLA in conjunction with HHS provides families as well as residents of the Golden Living Center and Willows with an opportunity for a better Christmas.

The deadline for the applications is Tuesday,  November 12th.

If you’d like to purchase a gift for the Ribbon Tree, you can find them on the Christmas trees at Heritage Bank, and Pinnacle Bank in Neligh after November 19th.

 

Boone Central Schools & Boone County Health Center is having a Women's Self Defense course offered Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10am-2pm at the Boone Central Commons Area for females ages 14 years and older.  The cost is $20 w/ lunch provided.  Registration deadline is Nov. 12.  call 402.395.3165 to register.  Mrs. Rittscher has a flyer if you're interested in more details.  

 

ACT FALL DATES for 2018:

Test Date:  Dec 8      Registration:  Nov 2

Don't forget that you still have access to On-to-College!

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

Bloom! Presenter on Friday, Nov. 2 Sheryl Baker, Dental Hygentist from Neligh Family Dentistry at 3:00 in the ITV Room.

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 5 - WSC

Nov. 6 – Dakota State University 3:00

Nov. 19 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Nov.       5 – Rylen S.

                11 – Keyera E.

                13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

DAILY BULLETIN

October 31, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:    Symphony H. Laney M. Cylus B.

HS ABSENT:    Brittney H. Anna H.

TARDY:     Eric C.

LEAVING EARLY:       Hunter R. (2:50)

 

After School:   HS –          W - ????    TH, F – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -            W – Mrs. Beckman TH - ??  F – Mrs. Borer

20 min Reading –   3rd  hour

**************

Stop by the office and take a guess at how many candy corn are in the jar! Winner gets to take the candy corn home!  (Sponsored by Elgin FCCLA)

 

One Act members ----- make sure you sign up for your team shirt by Thursday! The link was sent via email. Also, One Act practice will be at 7:00 pm Thursday evening. 

 

The Beak has recently released two new videos.  Episode 2 was published last week and may be found on our Youtube channel and Twitter.  Now we have released our Homecoming video, which can be found in the same places.  Enjoy, and thanks for all you do to help us out!

 

FFA members that are livestock Judging (list is on the Ag door and white board)- reminder the bus leaves EPS this Thursday morning at 7:15am for Bassett. Bring a sack lunch and/or money. We will stop in O'Neill for a quick stop on the way home. 

We should be back for 7th and 8th periods so plan ahead! 

 

WEDNESDAY:  Happy Halloween!!!   Halloween Parade 2:50 p.m.

 

THURSDAY:  FFA Pre-district livestock judging at Bassett

 

THURSDAY:  JH WR at Elkhorn Valley 3:30 p.m.   Leaving at start of 7th period

 

THURSDAY:  Wolfpack Football Banquet 6:00 p.m.   EPS Gym

 

FRIDAY:   Elkhorn Valley JH Choral Clinic   Students eat lunch at 11:40

 

FRIDAY:    CyberPatriots Round 1

 

SATURDAY:  Substate Vball -----  EPPJ vs. LHF  (Time & Location TBA)

 

Would you like to show your support for our Wolfpack teams?  Elgin Post Prom is selling window clings again this year.  We have 2 new designs for you to choose from.  Contact Becky Lindgren at school or one of the other Junior class parents if you are interested.  Cost is still $10 per cling!  The Wolf face is about 2.8 inches tall and 5 inches wide.  The Paw Print is about 4 inches tall and 5 inches wide.

 

The applications for the Ribbon Tree will be available on or before Tuesday, October 30, at the Willows, Golden Living Center, Heritage Bank, Pinnacle Bank, AMH Family Practice, Neligh Clinic, Neligh-Oakdale Pre-school, Health and Human Services Office, Thriftway,  Food Pantry, Neligh Library, and at the Neligh-Oakdale Public Schools. In Elgin, the applications can be picked up at Dean’s Market, the Elgin Public School or St. Boniface. The applications need to be returned or mailed to Health and Human Services: 501 M Street, Neligh, NE 68756.  (or email to Patti.Brady@nebraska.gov).  This ongoing project sponsored by the Neligh-Oakdale FCCLA in conjunction with HHS provides families as well as residents of the Golden Living Center and Willows with an opportunity for a better Christmas.

The deadline for the applications is Tuesday,  November 12th.

If you’d like to purchase a gift for the Ribbon Tree, you can find them on the Christmas trees at Heritage Bank, and Pinnacle Bank in Neligh after November 19th.

 

Boone Central Schools & Boone County Health Center is having a Women's Self Defense course offered Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10am-2pm at the Boone Central Commons Area for females ages 14 years and older.  The cost is $20 w/ lunch provided.  Registration deadline is Nov. 12.  call 402.395.3165 to register.  Mrs. Rittscher has a flyer if you're interested in more details.  

 

ACT FALL DATES for 2018:

Test Date:  Dec 8      Registration:  Nov 2

Don't forget that you still have access to On-to-College!

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

Bloom! Presenter on Friday, Nov. 2 Sheryl Baker, Dental Hygentist from Neligh Family Dentistry at 3:00 in the ITV Room.

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 5 - WSC

Nov. 6 – Dakota State University 3:00

Nov. 19 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Nov.       5 – Rylen S.

                11 – Keyera E.

                13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

DAILY BULLETIN

October 30, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:    Synclare M. Laney M. Jenna B. Braedon H.

HS ABSENT:    Talena W.  Hunter R. (CV)

TARDY:     Colleen B. Eric C.

LEAVING EARLY:       

 

After School:   HS –         T – Mrs. Shumake-Henn   W - ????    TH, F – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -           T, W – Mrs. Beckman TH - ??  F – Mrs. Borer

20 min Reading –   2nd hour

**************

The Beak has recently released two new videos.  Episode 2 was published last week and may be found on our Youtube channel and Twitter.  Now we have released our Homecoming video, which can be found in the same places.  Enjoy, and thanks for all you do to help us out!

 

FFA members that are livestock Judging (list is on the Ag door and white board)- reminder the bus leaves EPS this Thursday morning at 7:15am for Bassett. Bring a sack lunch and/or money. We will stop in O'Neill for a quick stop on the way home. 

We should be back for 7th and 8th periods so plan ahead! 

 

The winter sports pictures will be taken on Monday Nov. 26 at 4:00 in the EPS gym.  

 

TUESDAY:  District VB at Norfolk Catholic    Bus leaves at 4:50 from EPS

 

WEDNESDAY:  Happy Halloween!!!   Halloween Parade 2:50 p.m.

 

THURSDAY:  FFA Pre-district livestock judging at Bassett

 

THURSDAY:  JH WR at Elkhorn Valley 3:30 p.m.   Leaving after 7th period

 

THURSDAY:  Wolfpack Football Banquet 6:00 p.m.   EPS Gym

 

FRIDAY:   Elkhorn Valley JH Choral Clinic   Students eat lunch at 11:40

 

FRIDAY:    CyberPatriots Round 1

 

SATURDAY:  Substate Vball TBA

 

Would you like to show your support for our Wolfpack teams?  Elgin Post Prom is selling window clings again this year.  We have 2 new designs for you to choose from.  Contact Becky Lindgren at school or one of the other Junior class parents if you are interested.  Cost is still $10 per cling!  The Wolf face is about 2.8 inches tall and 5 inches wide.  The Paw Print is about 4 inches tall and 5 inches wide.

 

The applications for the Ribbon Tree will be available on or before Tuesday, October 30, at the Willows, Golden Living Center, Heritage Bank, Pinnacle Bank, AMH Family Practice, Neligh Clinic, Neligh-Oakdale Pre-school, Health and Human Services Office, Thriftway,  Food Pantry, Neligh Library, and at the Neligh-Oakdale Public Schools. In Elgin, the applications can be picked up at Dean’s Market, the Elgin Public School or St. Boniface. The applications need to be returned or mailed to Health and Human Services: 501 M Street, Neligh, NE 68756.  (or email to Patti.Brady@nebraska.gov).  This ongoing project sponsored by the Neligh-Oakdale FCCLA in conjunction with HHS provides families as well as residents of the Golden Living Center and Willows with an opportunity for a better Christmas.

The deadline for the applications is Tuesday,  November 12th.

If you’d like to purchase a gift for the Ribbon Tree, you can find them on the Christmas trees at Heritage Bank, and Pinnacle Bank in Neligh after November 19th.

 

Boone Central Schools & Boone County Health Center is having a Women's Self Defense course offered Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10am-2pm at the Boone Central Commons Area for females ages 14 years and older.  The cost is $20 w/ lunch provided.  Registration deadline is Nov. 12.  call 402.395.3165 to register.  Mrs. Rittscher has a flyer if you're interested in more details.  

 

ACT FALL DATES for 2018:

Test Date:  Dec 8      Registration:  Nov 2

Don't forget that you still have access to On-to-College!

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

Bloom! Presenter on Friday, Nov. 2 Sheryl Baker, Dental Hygentist from Neligh Family Dentistry at 3:00 in the ITV Room.

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 5 - WSC

Nov. 6 – Dakota State University 3:00

Nov. 19 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Nov.       5 – Rylen S.

                11 – Keyera E.

                13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

DAILY BULLETIN

October 29, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:    Synclare M. Jenna B. Riddick G.

HS ABSENT:    Hunter R. (CV)

TARDY:     

LEAVING EARLY:       

 

After School:   HS –        M, T – Mrs. Shumake-Henn   W, TH, F - ???

Elem  -           M – Mrs. Zwingman  T, W – Mrs. Beckman TH - ??  F – Mrs. Borer

20 min Reading –   1st hour

**************

The Beak has recently released two new videos. Episode 2 was published last week and may be found on our Youtube channel and Twitter.

Today, we have released our Homecoming video, which can be found in the same places. 

Enjoy, and thanks for all you do to help us out!

 

FFA members that are livestock Judging (list is on the Ag door and white board)- reminder the bus leaves EPS this Thursday morning at 7:15am for Bassett. Bring a sack lunch and/or money. We will stop in O'neill for a quick stop on the way home. 

We should be back for 7th and 8th periods so plan ahead! 

 

The winter sports pictures will be taken on Monday Nov. 26 at 4:00 in the EPS gym.  

 

BOYS BASKETBALL:  There will be a short meeting on Monday Oct. 29th in the EPS weight room right after school.  

 

MONDAY:  VBall subdistricts at Norfolk Catholic Activity Center    EPPJ vs. Clearwater-Orchard 6:15 p.m.   Winner plays again at 7:00 p.m.    Bus leaves at 4:00 from PJ

 

TUESDAY:  District VB at Norfolk Catholic

 

WEDNESDAY:  Happy Halloween!!!   Halloween Parade 2:50 p.m.

 

THURSDAY:  FFA Pre-district livestock judging at Bassett

 

THURSDAY:  JH WR at Elkhorn Valley 3:30 p.m.   Leaving after 7th period

 

THURSDAY:  Wolfpack Football Banquet 6:00 p.m.   EPS Gym

 

FRIDAY:   Elkhorn Valley JH Choral Clinic   Students eat lunch at 11:40

 

FRIDAY:    CyberPatriots Round 1

 

SATURDAY:  Substate Vball TBA

 

Would you like to show your support for our Wolfpack teams?  Elgin Post Prom is selling window clings again this year.  We have 2 new designs for you to choose from.  Contact Becky Lindgren at school or one of the other Junior class parents if you are interested.  Cost is still $10 per cling!  The Wolf face is about 2.8 inches tall and 5 inches wide.  The Paw Print is about 4 inches tall and 5 inches wide.

 

The applications for the Ribbon Tree will be available on or before Tuesday, October 30, at the Willows, Golden Living Center, Heritage Bank, Pinnacle Bank, AMH Family Practice, Neligh Clinic, Neligh-Oakdale Pre-school, Health and Human Services Office, Thriftway,  Food Pantry, Neligh Library, and at the Neligh-Oakdale Public Schools. In Elgin, the applications can be picked up at Dean’s Market, the Elgin Public School or St. Boniface. The applications need to be returned or mailed to Health and Human Services: 501 M Street, Neligh, NE 68756.  (or email to Patti.Brady@nebraska.gov).  This ongoing project sponsored by the Neligh-Oakdale FCCLA in conjunction with HHS provides families as well as residents of the Golden Living Center and Willows with an opportunity for a better Christmas.

The deadline for the applications is Tuesday,  November 12th.

If you’d like to purchase a gift for the Ribbon Tree, you can find them on the Christmas trees at Heritage Bank, and Pinnacle Bank in Neligh after November 19th.

 

Boone Central Schools & Boone County Health Center is having a Women's Self Defense course offered Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10am-2pm at the Boone Central Commons Area for females ages 14 years and older.  The cost is $20 w/ lunch provided.  Registration deadline is Nov. 12.  call 402.395.3165 to register.  Mrs. Rittscher has a flyer if you're interested in more details.  

 

ACT FALL DATES for 2018:

Test Date:  Dec 8      Registration:  Nov 2

Don't forget that you still have access to On-to-College!

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

Bloom! Presenter on Friday, Nov. 2 Sheryl Baker, Dental Hygentist from Neligh Family Dentistry at 3:00 in the ITV Room.

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 5 - WSC

Nov. 6 – Dakota State University 3:00

Nov. 29 - UNK

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Oct.        29 – Mr. Polk

Nov.       5 – Rylen S.

                11 – Keyera E.

                13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

 

DAILY BULLETIN

October 26, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:    Jenna B. Devorah F. Aubree S. Devin F.

HS ABSENT:    Colleen B. Brea C. (CV)  Hunter R. Slade S.

TARDY:     

LEAVING EARLY:       

 

After School:   HS –        F – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -           F - ??

20 min Reading –   NONE

**************

HS Wrestling Meeting ----  Friday after school in Mr. Rossman’s classroom

 

There will be a short meeting for anyone going out for boys basketball on Monday Oct. 29th in the EPS weight room right after school.  

 

The applications for the Ribbon Tree will be available on or before Tuesday, October 30, at the Willows, Golden Living Center, Heritage Bank, Pinnacle Bank, AMH Family Practice, Neligh Clinic, Neligh-Oakdale Pre-school, Health and Human Services Office, Thriftway,  Food Pantry, Neligh Library, and at the Neligh-Oakdale Public Schools. In Elgin, the applications can be picked up at Dean’s Market, the Elgin Public School or St. Boniface. The applications need to be returned or mailed to Health and Human Services: 501 M Street, Neligh, NE 68756.  (or email to Patti.Brady@nebraska.gov).  This ongoing project sponsored by the Neligh-Oakdale FCCLA in conjunction with HHS provides families as well as residents of the Golden Living Center and Willows with an opportunity for a better Christmas.

The deadline for the applications is Tuesday,  November 12th.

If you’d like to purchase a gift for the Ribbon Tree, you can find them on the Christmas trees at Heritage Bank, and Pinnacle Bank in Neligh after November 19th.

 

Would you like to show your support for our Wolfpack teams?  Elgin Post Prom is selling window clings again this year.  We have 2 new designs for you to choose from.  Contact Becky Lindgren at school or one of the other Junior class parents if you are interested.  Cost is still $10 per cling!  The Wolf face is about 2.8 inches tall and 5 inches wide.  The Paw Print is about 4 inches tall and 5 inches wide.

 

WED. – SAT. – FFA Nat’l Convention  (Mrs. Schwartz, Kira & Theanna)

 

FRIDAY:  NVC VBall Consolation/Championship at Niobrara 6:15/7:30 p.m.   EPPJ vs. Elkhorn Valley in consolation game 6:15 Bus leaves at 4:00 from EPS

 

MONDAY:  VBall subdistricts at Norfolk Catholic Activity Center    EPPJ vs. Clearwater-Orchard 6:15 p.m.   Winner plays again at 7:00 p.m.    Bus leaves at 4:00 from PJ

 

WEDNESDAY:  Happy Halloween!!!

 

THURSDAY:  FFA Pre-district livestock judging at Bassett

 

THURSDAY:  JH WR at Elkhorn Valley 3:30 p.m.

 

THURSDAY:  Wolfpack Football Banquet 6:00 p.m.   EPS Gym

 

FRIDAY:  (Nov. 2)   Elkhorn Valley JH Choral Clinic

 

FRIDAY:  (Nov. 2)  CyberPatriots Round 1

 

Boone Central Schools & Boone County Health Center is having a Women's Self Defense course offered Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10am-2pm at the Boone Central Commons Area for females ages 14 years and older.  The cost is $20 w/ lunch provided.  Registration deadline is Nov. 12.  call 402.395.3165 to register.  Mrs. Rittscher has a flyer if you're interested in more details.  

 

ACT FALL DATES for 2018:

Test Date:  Dec 8      Registration:  Nov 2

Don't forget that you still have access to On-to-College!

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 6 – Dakota State University 3:00

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Oct.        29 – Mr. Polk

Nov.       5 – Rylen S.

                11 – Keyera E.

                13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

 

DAILY BULLETIN

October 25, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:    Devorah F. Grace S.

HS ABSENT:    Shayd R. Aubrie B. Joey G.

TARDY:     Colleen B.

LEAVING EARLY:       

 

After School:   HS –              TH, F – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -           TH - ??   F - ??

20 min Reading –   8th Hour

**************

HS Wrestling Meeting ----  Friday after school in Mr. Rossman’s classroom

 

We will be checking in football gear Thursday right after school at EPS gym.

 

The applications for the Ribbon Tree will be available on or before Tuesday, October 30, at the Willows, Golden Living Center, Heritage Bank, Pinnacle Bank, AMH Family Practice, Neligh Clinic, Neligh-Oakdale Pre-school, Health and Human Services Office, Thriftway,  Food Pantry, Neligh Library, and at the Neligh-Oakdale Public Schools. In Elgin, the applications can be picked up at Dean’s Market, the Elgin Public School or St. Boniface. The applications need to be returned or mailed to Health and Human Services: 501 M Street, Neligh, NE 68756.  (or email to Patti.Brady@nebraska.gov).  This ongoing project sponsored by the Neligh-Oakdale FCCLA in conjunction with HHS provides families as well as residents of the Golden Living Center and Willows with an opportunity for a better Christmas.

The deadline for the applications is Tuesday,  November 12th.

If you’d like to purchase a gift for the Ribbon Tree, you can find them on the Christmas trees at Heritage Bank, and Pinnacle Bank in Neligh after November 19th.

 

Would you like to show your support for our Wolfpack teams?  Elgin Post Prom is selling window clings again this year.  We have 2 new designs for you to choose from.  Contact Becky Lindgren at school or one of the other Junior class parents if you are interested.  Cost is still $10 per cling!  The Wolf face is about 2.8 inches tall and 5 inches wide.  The Paw Print is about 4 inches tall and 5 inches wide.

 

WED. – SAT. – FFA Nat’l Convention  (Mrs. Schwartz, Kira & Theanna)

 

FRIDAY:  NVC VBall Consolation/Championship at Niobrara 6:15/7:30 p.m.   EPPJ vs. Elkhorn Valley in consolation game 6:15

 

MONDAY:  VBall subdistricts at Norfolk Catholic Activity Center    EPPJ vs. Clearwater-Orchard 6:15 p.m.   Winner plays again at 7:00 p.m.

 

Boone Central Schools & Boone County Health Center is having a Women's Self Defense course offered Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10am-2pm at the Boone Central Commons Area for females ages 14 years and older.  The cost is $20 w/ lunch provided.  Registration deadline is Nov. 12.  call 402.395.3165 to register.  Mrs. Rittscher has a flyer if you're interested in more details.  

 

ACT FALL DATES for 2018:

Test Date:  Dec 8      Registration:  Nov 2

Don't forget that you still have access to On-to-College!

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 6 – Dakota State University 3:00

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Oct.        25 – Theanna D.

                25 – Mrs. Behnk

                29 – Mr. Polk

Nov.       5 – Rylen S.

                11 – Keyera E.

                13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

DAILY BULLETIN

October 24, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:    Victoria E. Sara B.

HS ABSENT:    

TARDY:     Eric C.

LEAVING EARLY:       

 

After School:   HS –             W, TH, F – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -           W – Mrs. Beckman    TH - ??   F - ??

20 min Reading –   7th Hour

**************

HS Wrestling Meeting ----  Friday after school in Mr. Rossman’s classroom

 

We will be checking in football gear Thursday right after school at EPS gym.

 

The applications for the Ribbon Tree will be available on or before Tuesday, October 30, at the Willows, Golden Living Center, Heritage Bank, Pinnacle Bank, AMH Family Practice, Neligh Clinic, Neligh-Oakdale Pre-school, Health and Human Services Office, Thriftway,  Food Pantry, Neligh Library, and at the Neligh-Oakdale Public Schools. In Elgin, the applications can be picked up at Dean’s Market, the Elgin Public School or St. Boniface. The applications need to be returned or mailed to Health and Human Services: 501 M Street, Neligh, NE 68756.  (or email to Patti.Brady@nebraska.gov).  This ongoing project sponsored by the Neligh-Oakdale FCCLA in conjunction with HHS provides families as well as residents of the Golden Living Center and Willows with an opportunity for a better Christmas.

The deadline for the applications is Tuesday,  November 12th.

If you’d like to purchase a gift for the Ribbon Tree, you can find them on the Christmas trees at Heritage Bank, and Pinnacle Bank in Neligh after November 19th.

 

Would you like to show your support for our Wolfpack teams?  Elgin Post Prom is selling window clings again this year.  We have 2 new designs for you to choose from.  Contact Becky Lindgren at school or one of the other Junior class parents if you are interested.  Cost is still $10 per cling!  The Wolf face is about 2.8 inches tall and 5 inches wide.  The Paw Print is about 4 inches tall and 5 inches wide.

 

WED. – SAT. – FFA Nat’l Convention  (Mrs. Schwartz, Kira & Theanna)

 

WEDNESDAY:  FCCLA District Leadership Conference at NECC  Leaving before school but will be back before school is out.

FRIDAY:  NVC VBall Consolation/Championship at Niobrara 6:15/7:30 p.m.

Boone Central Schools & Boone County Health Center is having a Women's Self Defense course offered Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10am-2pm at the Boone Central Commons Area for females ages 14 years and older.  The cost is $20 w/ lunch provided.  Registration deadline is Nov. 12.  call 402.395.3165 to register.  Mrs. Rittscher has a flyer if you're interested in more details.  

 

ACT FALL DATES for 2018:

Test Date:  Dec 8      Registration:  Nov 2

Don't forget that you still have access to On-to-College!

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 6 – Dakota State University 3:00

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Oct.        24 – Taylor B.

                25 – Theanna D.

                25 – Mrs. Behnk

                29 – Mr. Polk

Nov.       5 – Rylen S.

                11 – Keyera E.

                13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

 

DAILY BULLETIN

October 23, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:    Brooke B. Ashlyn T. Kynlee T.

HS ABSENT:    Trinity G. Colleen B.

TARDY:     Eric C.

LEAVING EARLY:       

 

After School:   HS –            T, W, TH, F – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -          T, W – Mrs. Beckman    TH - ??   F - ??

20 min Reading –   6th Hour

**************

We will be checking in football gear Thursday right after school at EPS gym.

The applications for the Ribbon Tree will be available on or before Tuesday, October 30, at the Willows, Golden Living Center, Heritage Bank, Pinnacle Bank, AMH Family Practice, Neligh Clinic, Neligh-Oakdale Pre-school, Health and Human Services Office, Thriftway,  Food Pantry, Neligh Library, and at the Neligh-Oakdale Public Schools. In Elgin, the applications can be picked up at Dean’s Market, the Elgin Public School or St. Boniface. The applications need to be returned or mailed to Health and Human Services: 501 M Street, Neligh, NE 68756.  (or email to Patti.Brady@nebraska.gov).  This ongoing project sponsored by the Neligh-Oakdale FCCLA in conjunction with HHS provides families as well as residents of the Golden Living Center and Willows with an opportunity for a better Christmas.

The deadline for the applications is Tuesday,  November 12th.

If you’d like to purchase a gift for the Ribbon Tree, you can find them on the Christmas trees at Heritage Bank, and Pinnacle Bank in Neligh after November 19th.

 

Admission prices for NVC Volleyball tournament games are $5 for adults and $3 for students.  All Wolfpack students will have to pay the $3.  No passes will be accepted. 

 

Would you like to show your support for our Wolfpack teams?  Elgin Post Prom is selling window clings again this year.  We have 2 new designs for you to choose from.  Contact Becky Lindgren at school or one of the other Junior class parents if you are interested.  Cost is still $10 per cling!  The Wolf face is about 2.8 inches tall and 5 inches wide.  The Paw Print is about 4 inches tall and 5 inches wide.

 

TUESDAY:  NVC VBall tourney continues at West Holt 6:15 p.m.  (EPPJ vs. Ewing)   Bus will leave at 3:45 from EPS, if girls could please be dismissed 5 minutes early to beat the mad rush of dismissal.  

 

WED. – SAT. – FFA Nat’l Convention  (Mrs. Schwartz, Kira & Theanna)

 

WEDNESDAY:  FCCLA District Leadership Conference at NECC  Leaving before school but will be back before school is out.

 

FRIDAY:  NVC VBall Consolation/Championship at Niobrara 6:15/7:30 p.m.

 

Boone Central Schools & Boone County Health Center is having a Women's Self Defense course offered Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10am-2pm at the Boone Central Commons Area for females ages 14 years and older.  The cost is $20 w/ lunch provided.  Registration deadline is Nov. 12.  call 402.395.3165 to register.  Mrs. Rittscher has a flyer if you're interested in more details.  

 

ACT FALL DATES for 2018:

Test Date:  Dec 8      Registration:  Nov 2

Don't forget that you still have access to On-to-College!

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 6 – Dakota State University 3:00

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Oct.        24 – Taylor B.

                25 – Theanna D.

                25 – Mrs. Behnk

                29 – Mr. Polk

Nov.       5 – Rylen S.

                11 – Keyera E.

                13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.

               

 

 

DAILY BULLETIN

October 22, 2018

 

ELEM. ABSENT:    Caleb F. Ashlyn T. Kynlee T. Riddick G.

HS ABSENT:    Norman G.

TARDY:     

LEAVING EARLY:       

 

After School:   HS –           M, T, W, TH, F – Mrs. Shumake-Henn

Elem  -        M ---??   T, W – Mrs. Beckman    TH - ??   F - ??

20 min Reading –   5th Hour

**************

 

Admission prices for NVC Volleyball tournament games on Monday are $5 for adults and $3 for students.  All Wolfpack students will have to pay the $3.  No passes will be accepted. 

 

Would you like to show your support for our Wolfpack teams?  Elgin Post Prom is selling window clings again this year.  We have 2 new designs for you to choose from.  Contact Becky Lindgren at school or one of the other Junior class parents if you are interested.  Cost is still $10 per cling!  The Wolf face is about 2.8 inches tall and 5 inches wide.  The Paw Print is about 4 inches tall and 5 inches wide.

 

MONDAY:  NVC VBall Tourney     EPPJ plays Niobrara-Verdigre at Pope John Gym 5:00 p.m.

 

TUESDAY:  NVC VBall tourney continues at West Holt 6:15 p.m.

 

WED. – SAT. – FFA Nat’l Convention  (Mrs. Schwartz, Kira & Theanna)

 

WEDNESDAY:  FCCLA District Leadership Conference at NECC

 

FRIDAY:  NVC VBall Consolation/Championship at Niobrara 6:15/7:30 p.m.

 

Boone Central Schools & Boone County Health Center is having a Women's Self Defense course offered Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10am-2pm at the Boone Central Commons Area for females ages 14 years and older.  The cost is $20 w/ lunch provided.  Registration deadline is Nov. 12.  call 402.395.3165 to register.  Mrs. Rittscher has a flyer if you're interested in more details.  

 

ACT FALL DATES for 2018:

Test Date:  Dec 8      Registration:  Nov 2

Don't forget that you still have access to On-to-College!

 

SENIORS:   Be sure to check our website for scholarship information:  www.elgineagles.org  Then click on Guidance>Scholarships.  For a list of due dates click here>  Scholarship Due Dates

 

College Reps.:  

Nov. 6 – Dakota State University 3:00

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Oct.        24 – Taylor B.

                25 – Theanna D.

                25 – Mrs. Behnk

                29 – Mr. Polk

Nov.       5 – Rylen S.

                11 – Keyera E.

                13 – Anna H.

                13 – Presley R.

                14 – Bennett W.

                15 – Mrs. Lindgren

                17 – Mason F.

                20 – Aubree S.

                22 – Cael B.

                22 – Brayden C.

                22 – Kristopher P.

                27 – Grace R.

                30 – Adam D.

                30 – Hannah H.