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District Calendar Date Changes
As a result of the school closures last week due to weather conditions, we will now be in school on May 27, June 16 and June 17. Click the headline for the links to the revised calendars.

Eight More Enumclaw Teachers Receive National Board Certification!
It is with great excitement that the Enumclaw School District announces eight additional certificated staff members have passed the rigorous process of National Board Certification! Click the headline to learn more!

No Thanksgiving Dinner Pickups Today, Monday, November 22, 2010
Since schools are closed today, there will be no Thanksgiving dinner pickups. Updated: Pick up your Thanksgiving baskets tomorrow, Tuesday, November 23, 2010 from 1:00p.m. - 4:00p.m. in room 602 at the high school. Park across from the high school auditorium. This will occur Tuesday whether or not school is in session.

There is no school Wednesday, November 24, 2010 due to weather conditions.

Board Member Cathy Dahlquist Resigns, Appointment Process Announced
At the regularly scheduled board meeting on November 15, Director Area Position #2 Board Member Cathy Dahlquist submitted her resignation from the Enumclaw School District Board of Directors effective December 31, 2010. Click the headline for additional information.

EHS Choir, Band and Orchestra Honors
Congratulations to these high school students who have been selected for various honor choirs, bands and orchestras! Click the headline for additional information.

SPSL Volleyball Honors
Click the headline to find out which EHS Hornets were selected to the 2010 South Puget Sound League 3A Division Volleyball All-League!

2010 Alumni Luncheon! - Update
This year's annual Alumni Luncheon honoring the Class of 2010 is scheduled for December 21st at 12:00 pm in the high school library. Click the headline for more information.

EHS Sports Weekend Update
Click the headline to find out how our many teams did last weekend.

Parent and Community Climate Survey - OPEN THROUGH MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2010! - UPDATED
Due to school closure related to the weather, the Parent and Community Climate Survey is now open through Monday, November 29, 2010. (This is an extended deadline.) Click the headline to access the link, or click the Parent/Community Climate Survey button located at the bottom of this home page.

EMS Students Headed to All-State Band and Orchestra
Congratulations to five EMS students who auditioned and were accepted into the 2011 WMEA All-State Band and Orchestra! Click the headline to learn more.

EHS Girls' Soccer wins 2-1 in sudden death overtime!
Congratulations to our Lady Hornet Soccer team for their come from behind score in regulation to tie the game vs. Hazen and force overtime, which they then quickly won! Next up, EHS vs. Capital at the historic Stadium Bowl in Tacoma.

EHS Sports Update
Several teams are moving on this week in post season play. Click the headline for details!

Family Access Downtime
Family Access will be unavailable this Saturday, November 6, from 3:00a.m. to 9:00p.m. for monthly maintenance.

EHS Sports - Districts and Sub-Districts Weekend!
Click the headline to see which teams are headed to post season play, and which team MAY be headed there.

EHS Boys and Girls Cross Country
Congratulations to our Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams who competed last weekend in Sub-Districts! Click the headline for details.

EHS Golf Program
Enumclaw High School is proud to announce another outstanding year for our Girls and Boys Golf Program! Click the headline for details.

EHS Varsity Football Game Location Changes
Due to field conditions at Pete's Pool, Enumclaw High School is adjusting its varsity home football schedule for the remainder of the year. Click the headline for location.

Family Access Downtime
Family Access will be unavailable tomorrow, Saturday, October 9, 2010 from 3:00a.m. to 9:00p.m. for monthly maintenance and upgrades.

The Washington State Healthy Youth Survey
The Washington State Healthy Youth Survey measures health risk behaviors that contribute to morbidity, mortality, and social problems among youth in Washington State. Click the headline to learn more about the survey including the dates and locations where it will be administered in our district.

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