10:30 AM EHS vs. JPS Football Game HOME
6:30 PM EHS Fall Varsity Awards
6:30 PM EHS Parent-Teacher Conferences
6:30 PM EHS Winter Band Concert
Congrats to FCCLA members Marissa Sandor, Rashmi Dogra, Hannan Ashrad, Muqshida Munaff and Tara O'connor for placing 5th in the knowledge bowl. Kay Mastrocola placed 1st in impromptu speaking. They have all qualified for National in Washington DC this summer.
|Lou Gehrig is one of Mr. Ross' personal heroes,
a man who fought through much more than just a bucket of ice on his head.
Mr. Ross attempts to follow his example by being a leader and working hard day
in and day out to make EHS the best it can be. Mr. Ross also worked at
the old Yankee Stadium for six years and was honored to be on the same field on
which Gehrig once stood. |
Mr. Ross and Mr. Glackin completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to help raise money to fight the disease that ended the life of a great American hero.
National Merit Scholarship Corporation Announces Semifinalists!
Our second student is Eseiwi Aifuwa, who is a semifinalist in the 51th annual National Achievement Scholarship Program. The National Achievement® Scholarship Program is an academic competition established in 1964 to provide recognition for outstanding Black American high school students. Of the more than 160,000 high school, juniors who currently enter the National Achievement® Program each year, over 4,700 are honored. Groups of about 3,100 Outstanding Participants are referred to regionally accredited U.S. colleges and universities for their potential for academic success. Smaller groups of about 1,600 are named Semifinalists and about 1,300 are expected to advance to the Finalist level. All Achievement Scholar awardees will be selected from the Finalist group based on their abilities, accomplishments, and potential for success in rigorous college studies.
The nine student from EHS who were commended by The National Merit Scholarship Corporation are Priyanka Dhulkhed, Jeet Ganatra, Ankita George, Uma Komatreddy, Avanie Kumar, Joann Li, Shweta Modi, Radhika Patel, and Srihari Venkatesan.