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Announcements

  • Welcome to Emerald High School!

    Please watch this informative video to find out more about EHS.

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  • For a complete listing of the daily morning and afternoon announcements, please look at the top left of the page and click on Announcements. You will be able to see the scrolling announcements that are made at EHS each day.

    Image result for twitterFollow Emerald High School on Twitter @EmeraldGwd50.

     

    Please follow Greenwood 50 on social media to see the wonderful things happening in our district! The following are links to the sites:

       facebk    Facebook

      twitter    Twitter

    insta Instagram

     

     

    The Girls' Cross Country team will travel to Camden Tuesday, November 19th to participate in the state meet. Good luck and GO VIKINGS!

     

    Congratulations to Emerald High School's Meredith Schwendemann who was selected as the Greenwood 50 District Teacher of the Year! Mrs. Schwendemann is a wonderful science teacher here at Emerald and we wish her the best at the state level! 

     

    EOCEP Testing Schedule:

    December 9: English-Writing EOCEP; 8:30 and 12:15
    December 12: U.S. History EOCEP; 8:30 and 12:15
    December 13: Biology 1 EOCEP; 8:30 and 12:15
    December 16: English-Reading EOCEP; 8:30 and 12:15
    December 17: Algebra 1 EOCEP; 8:30 and 12:15
     
    bd The December 2nd blood drive will be from 9am to 2pm.  You can sign up now with the link and share the link with your friends at Emerald!  The more people who donate, the more lives we help!  Also, all donors will receive a $10 visa gift card that can be spent anywhere!

    All students who donate 3 or more times during their high school career will earn cords to wear at graduation.

    You must be at least 16 years old and weigh over 110 pounds to donate.  If you are 16, you must have a parent permission form.  If you already completed a form and donated with us once, you do not need another parent permission form.  Donors 17 and older do not require parent permission.  You can pick up a parent permission form in the front office or from Mrs. Schwendemann.
     

     

    ts  The Emerald Thrift Shop, AKA "the vintage viking" will be open Friday mornings from 7:45-8:15am.   Lots of new donations have been laundered and are ready to go...come check out all the great new items.  Bring your ID and EVERYTHING is FREE!!!  

    Viking Vintage Thrift Store

     

    MAKE UP HOURS WILL BE AT EHS IN THE BIC ROOM EACH TUESDAY AND THURSDAY FROM 7:45-8:15. STUDENTS ARE TO BRING THEIR CHROMEBOOKS TO EACH SESSION.  STUDENTS THAT ARRIVE TARDY OR DO NOT HAVE A CHROMEBOOK WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO STAY.

    THE GENESIS EDUCATION CENTER IS AVAILABLE ON MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY FROM 4:00PM-6:00 PM TO ANY STUDENT NEEDING TO MAKE UP HOURS.  YOU WILL NEED YOUR YOUR ID AND A CHROMEBOOK FOR ENTRANCE. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AN ID OR A CHROMEBOOK, YOU WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO STAY.

     

     

    Important Dates:

    December 13th at 10 AM- Ring Ceremony and Mid Year graduation order delivery

    You may also order online at highschool.herffjones.com

     

     The Miss Emerald Pageant will be held on Monday, November 25th. 

    Mandatory rehearsals will be held Sunday, November 17th and Monday, November 18th. Any girl interested in participating in the Miss Emerald Pageant must join the Google Classroom page. The code is: cmkzns 

    Information and important dates will be shared on this page. You have not officially signed up for the pageant until you have submitted your bio in google classroom and brought in the signed parent letter. 

     

     

      Image result for alive at 25Students must go online at SCNSC.org to register and pay for the Alive at 25 class. The cost is $40. The class will be held at Emerald High School on the following dates:

    • 12-5-19,  3:45 - 8:15 p.m.
    • 2-6-20,  3:45 - 8:15 p.m.
    • 3-5-20,  3:45 - 8:15 p.m.
    • 4-2-20,  3:45 - 8:15 p.m.
    • 5-7-20,  3:45 - 8:15 p.m.

     

     shield Go to emeraldathletics.com or select the Athletics drop down menu for the latest sports information.

     

     

    buc Students from Josh Buchanan's Aerospace class, comprised of both Greenwood High School and Emerald High School students, scored highest in the country on the SREB Advanced Aerospace End of Course Exam for the second year in a row. A total of twenty four students in the country passed the exam. Eleven of those students were from Greenwood 50. Eight students scored in the advanced category across the country. Three of those were Greenwood 50 Aerospace students. The national pass rate was 30% and Mr. Buchanan's class has a pass rate of 92%. Congratulations to Mr. Buchanan and his Aerospace class for another excellent year!  Students in the class were: Emory Britt, Jasmine Creswell, Stokes Cromer, Brenden Dianda, Ashby Elliot, Coulter Friez, Matthew Hines, Zackary Rhoden, Ryan Sprouse, Robert Tinkler, Ruben Villareal, John Wiseman.

     

     

    cs 12 Greenwood 50 students passed the CollegeBoard Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles (AP CSP) exam in May.  CollegeBoard states that AP CSP “is an introductory college-level computing course. Students cultivate their understanding of computer science through working with data, collaborating to solve problems, and developing computer programs as they explore concepts like creativity, abstraction, data and information, algorithms, programming, the internet, and the global impact of computing.”  Pictured left to right: Amber Crosby (EHS), Rose Whitt (GHS), Aidan Driscoll (GHS), Kenneth Sweezy (EHS), Javin Page (GHS), Denis Savelyev (GHS), Ted Jenks (instructor), Ryan Sprouse (GHS), Emory Britt (EHS), Don Tran (GHS), James Hollingsworth (GHS), Marcus Macias-Ayala (EHS). Not pictured: Christopher Nelson (GHS).

     

    cs2  Five Greenwood 50 students passed the CollegeBoard Advanced Placement Computer Science A (AP CSA) exam in May.  CollegeBoard states that AP CSA “is an introductory college-level computer science course. Students cultivate their understanding of coding through analyzing, writing, and testing code as they explore concepts like modularity, variables, and control structures.”  Pictured left to right: Trenton Burroughs (EHS), Griffin Newbold (GHS), Mitchell Gabriel (EHS), Ted Jenks (instructor), Jasmine Creswell (EHS), Madison Salter (GHS).

     

     

     

     

     

        

     

     

     

      

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
     
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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