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Additional Time Gives Kindergartners Opportunities
Kindergarten teachers and administrators across the Enumclaw School District say the gift of time is the single most important reason every child can benefit from a full-day kindergarten program. Click the headline to read an article written by Brenda Sexton.

State Of Education "Evening With The Stars"
Please join Superintendent, Mike Nelson, as he delivers his seventh annual State of Enumclaw School District Address on January 23. Following an introduction and message from the Enumclaw School District Board President, April Schroeder, Mr. Nelson and several Enumclaw School District celebrities will share celebrations of the past year, discuss current projects and set a vision for the next year.

EHS Cheerleading And Robotics Heading to State!
Both our high school cheerleading team and Robotics Club teams qualified for their state competitions over the weekend. Click the headline for more information.

H1N1 Information
It is flu season and our staff and students are feeling the effects. Click the link to find out more about H1N1 Flu.

(Highly Capable) Gifted Services Testing
Each year, the Enumclaw School District offers the opportunity for K-5 students to be assessed for Talented (Highly Capable) Services. Click the headline for more information.

King Visits Kibler
A special guest, Nana, came to Mrs. Rasmussen's classroom. Click the headline for the article and photos.

Third Tahoma League's FIRST Robotics Competition Is This Friday!
Enumclaw High School Robotics Club cordially invites you to attend the Third Tahoma League's FIRST Robotics Competition. Bring your family and come see STEM education in action. Click the headline for details.

Black Diamond Elementary Receives NFL Play 60 Grant
Black Diamond Elementary was one of 34 schools from across the country selected as a winner in the NFL PLAY 60 Super School Contest.

Growing Student Leaders One Project At A Time
Today's leadership at the middle and high school level is project oriented, service centered and community building. Click the headline link to learn more.

EHS/White River Rivalry Wins State Title Again!
EHS won the State Title for Best Rivalry sponsored by USA Today AGAIN with White River! Click the headline for more information.

Computer Science Courses Returning to EHS
Enumclaw High School has partnered with Code.org to bring back the teaching of computer science to the high school next year. Click the headline to learn more!

Total System Downtime This Weekend
Please be advised that ALL COMPUTER SYSTEMS will be unavailable this weekend. Click the headline for additional information.

Board Meeting Date Change
The Board of Directors regularly scheduled board work study scheduled for Monday, December 2, 2013 has been moved to Tuesday, December 3, 2013. Click the headline for details.

Hornet Volleyball Academic Excellence
Congratulations to the Enumclaw Hornet Volleyball team for their excellence in academics. Click the headline for details.

Board Puts Two Measures On Ballot For February 11, 2014!
The Enumclaw School District Board of Directors will be putting two measures before the voters. Click the headline to read a letter from School Board President Corey Cassell as well as other important information.

STEM classroom shows true collaboration!!
Community builds bridge from school to employment. Click the headline for more information.

Thanksgiving Baskets
Enumclaw School District will be preparing Thanksgiving Baskets for qualifying families in our district again this year. Click the headline for details.

Safer Schools Grant
Our high school has the chance to earn up to $200,000 in safe schools grant money, but we need your help. Click the headline to learn more.

Family Access Downtime
Family Access (and all Skyward products) will be unavailable this Saturday, November 9, 2013 for maintenance and upgrades.

November 10 - 16 is Focus on Education week!
On November 13, the Enumclaw School District will be offering a bus tour visiting three elementary schools. Click the headline for more details.

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