Daily Announcements for Friday, March 15, 2019
Senior ads are due March 15. If you or your family paid a $50 deposit in December, the remaining amount is due on March 15. Senior quotes are due to Mrs. Cross TOMORROW! Talk to Mrs. Cross in 2205 if you have questions.
Tickets for the 2019 El Dorado Military Ball are now on sale. Everyone is welcome to attend, tickets will be on sale during all lunch shift. Tickets are $15 for a single, and $25 for a couple. The Ball will be on April 20th.
Prom dress guidelines and guest forms can be picked up at Mrs. Thigpen's desk. Forms are due back no later than March 29th. Any student who does not meet dress guidelines will not be admitted into prom and no refund will be given. If you have any questions about a dress, please see Mrs. Newton.
The Arkansas Community Foundation Online Portal has opened. Seniors the application deadline is April 1, 2019. Stop by the Guidance Office for instructions on how to apply for these scholarships.
The NAACP scholarships are due by the end of school Friday, March 15, 2019.
9-11th students, make sure all of your teachers to write on you course recommendation sheet and place it in your CATS folder. Seniors, plan now to do something fun on April 2 while we plan for next year.
Students, make sure you set a CATS Conference time with your 4th period teacher. This 30 minute appointment needs to include you and your parent to plan for next year.
MASH Applications are available in the Guidance Office for current 10th -11th grade students that are interested in learning more about medical careers this summer.
The MAX MOODY Scholarship applications are available in the Guidance Office, this $1,500 scholarship is for graduating seniors attending University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. Deadline, Friday, March 29.
Attention Seniors: There will be an El Dorado Promise meeting for Senior Parents in the Auditorium at 6 pm on Tuesday March 26.
Congratulations to Sophomore Anzel Preston! She wrote the winning essay for the El Dorado News-Times Newspaper in Education contest about the impact our youth can have on society. Her essay will be featured in the March 26th edition of the Student Express.
Congratulations to the girls and boys track teams for their runner up finishes in yesterday’s oil belt relay. And congratulations to Breya Clark for bringing on the high point award in the girls division.
Attn. Seniors: Jostens will be here today to hand graduation materials. They will be set up in the library from 12:00-1:00
Troupe 42! today at 2:45, come on down to the auditorium and watch CoCo and spend a little time with your fellow thespians before spring break!
Congratulations to the EHS String Orchestra for their fabulous performance last night at the Region III Concert Assessment!!! Their beautiful performance earned them an Excellent 2nd Division Rating on stage and a Superior 1st Division rating in sight-reading!!! Fantastic job Orchestra Cats!!!
The Wildcat Cafe will be closed this afternoon due to Spring cleaning. Enjoy your Spring Break.