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Cougar Bulletin
Wednesday, October 22

Congratulations to Ms. Schultz and Mr. Dinubilo. Both teacher have been elected as the El Dorado Football team Faculty members of the Week. Again, Congratulations Ms. Schultz and Mr. “D”!

SUPER UBER Congratulations to the El Dorado Ladies Golf Team for beating Liberty Ranch yesterday and advancing to Divisionals next Monday!!! Quite a spectacular performance from Lindsey Kopping. Natalie vanLeeuwen, Hannah Morgan, Lauren Lewis and a special Congratulations to Theresa Zachry and Ivory Linger who were ALL-League!!!! ALL Awesome from the castle!!!!! 

There will be a hydration nation meeting in mr.conrads room on Thursday starting at 1:20 during lunchtime! Come on by for some water and to learn about the CPC. 

Softball Meeting will be held on Wed at lunch in N2- all athletes interested in playing softball, please come to a meeting on Wed. at 110 in N2.

Good morning. Both JV and varsity volleyball teams beat Rosemont Monday night. Jv won with a score of
25-6, 25-13. Caitlin Dillon with 3 kills and Lauren Tigue with 4 kills. Varsity won 25-14, 25-11, 25-13. Everyone played well and we want to give a shout out to the football players that have been coming out to support us... Thanks guys! We take on Liberty Ranch tomorrow then Ponderosa Friday!

Manos a la Obra will be having a very important meeting on Wed. this week.
Please be sure to have all your 8 hours of community service completed and be ready to sign up for the Berkeley trip.
Wednesday is the last day to sign up for the Berkeley trip.
Be sure to attend! N-5 during lunch

Congratulations to the ED Football players of the Week! Carter Meyer was defensive and Nick Bonniksen was the offensive player of the week. Tyler Clanin who rused for 287 yards was the ED Football TEAM player of the week. Well
Done fellas!

Ok Cougars - here's the challenge: see if you can spot an opportunity to use our word of the week in your classes over the next few days. Once again, our word is OBJECTIVELY, meaning: in a way that is based on facts rather than feelings. For example, when you are writing a persuasive essay it is important to present the issue objectively so the reader doesn't accuse you of being biased. Impress your friends by challenging yourself to use the word of the week!

Interact club will be having a meeting today in the career center! We will be celebrating national polio day with a fundraiser running from Friday this week until next week where we paint your pinkies purple and offer henna tattoos in exchange for some change to support the cause! 

​Do you like music? Of course you do! Are you curious about some of the musical innovations that have shaped the world of sound as we know it? You know you are! Come to the forum today after school from 3:30 to 4:30 as we explore innovations in music across the ages with the EDHS AcaDec club. Come for the knowledge, come for the camaraderie, or just come for the snacks! See you in the forum after school . . .

JUNIORS & SENIORS: Win a cash prize of up to $1500! Write an essay for the Democrats of El Dorado County - Propose & defend a 28th amendment - or explain why the Constitution should not be admended. Details are available at & in the Career Center. Deadline is Jan 31st.

Students interested in finding out more about Montana State University should come to the Career Center at lunch TODAY. Bring your lunch!!

Café Mahjaic / Lotus Inn is looking for a part time dishwasher. See the job board outside the Career Center for details.

If you are a senior and are interested in starting in the January ROP Cosmetology class, please get your application in ASAP. It takes approximately three semesters to complete this course. Please see your counselor with any questions you have.

Word of the Week

Objectively: in a way that is based on facts instead of feelings
Example: Even though we disliked the candidate, it was necessary to look at his speech objectively. ​​
Carrie.....the musical will be presented by EDHS Drama and Studio 81 on Oct 30-Nov 1, Nov 6-8 and Nov. 13-15 at 8pm in the black box theatre on the El Dorado High School campus. There will be one matinee performance at 1pm on Saturday, Nov 15th. Carrie, based on the Stephen King novel of the same name is a cautionary and haunting tale set to rock music. It is recommended for mature audiences as it is rated PG13. There will be a post performance discussion following every performance. Partial proceeds to go to the EDHS Anti-Bullying Fund.

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