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Congratulations to the following students who have been chosen as Students of the Month:
9th Grade ~ Alicia Jaques
10th Grade ~ Cameron McGahee
11th Grade ~Amaya Zimmerman
12th Grade ~Evan Peterson
Seniors (not repeating juniors) who took ACT school last year have the opportunity to take it free this year the same day as our juniors on February 27. The deadline for seniors to sign up is Friday, January 26.
Will you complete Algebra 2 Honors by the end of the 9th grade? Do you have a record of exemplary achievement in Math, Science, and English? Are you interested in a career in Engineering? If you answered YES to all of these questions, you are an ideal candidate for the ACCELERATE PROGRAM. See your guidance counselor for more details and application location. Online Applications are available October 1, 2017-February 1, 2018.
Attention seniors! There is still room for three more senior ads in this year’s yearbook! Place your senior recognition ad in this year's Viking Voyager yearbook by simply going online to Jostens.com, choosing Emerald High, and creating your ad! You can pay online, as well! Purchase and design your senior ad NOW! See Mrs. Whittington in room 602 for questions.
Congratulations to Ms. Kaysha Hill. She was selected as the Heart of Gold Recipient for January’s special services department.
The 2018 EHS prom will be held on April 14th.
Congratulations to Jonathan Hines! He is the 2017 Fall Athlete of the Year! Follow us at emeraldathletics.com to see what sports activities will be played during winter break.
The new Alive at 25 website is currently available for student registration! The new registration address is SCNSC.org, and the course fee is now $40.00. All students must be registered and paid prior to class – they will no longer be able to show up at class and be seated without registration and prepayment. However, the website will remain open for registration up until class start time if space permits and the student has a credit card to pay online. Walk-in students will no longer be seated without online registration and pre-payment – no cash or checks will be accepted at class.