Friday, March 7
It has recently come to our attention that several of our students who have met the criteria for automatic admission to Sacramento State received denial letters in the mail. If you received a denied admission letter from Sac State recently, please see Mrs. Bastian in the Career Center ASAP and she can assist you with contacting Sac State to correct this error.
Lifeguards needed: Wild Things Day Camp at Sly Park, June 9-13. Contact information is on the Job Board outside the Career Center.
Next week, March 9-15, is the American Library Association’s Teen Tech Week. To celebrate, the EDHS Library is sponsoring a contest for students to use technology creatively to design a new cover for their favorite book from the EDHS Library. Top 3 winners will receive a copy of a new science-fiction book like Divergent or The 5th Wave, plus their cover art will be displayed on that book for years to come! C’mon creative techies! Get your entry form with instructions at the library. Entries are due to Mrs. Linden in the library no later than March 21.
Umpires wanted: Foothill Girls Softball League is in need of umpires - $20 - $30 per game – during the week and on the weekend. See the “Job Board” outside the Career Center for details.
Softball Scorekeepers needed for the City of Placerville Recreation and Parks Department – must be 16 or older, background in softball, deadline March 13th – see details on the “Job Board” outside the Career Center.
College bound Juniors - this spring is the time for you to take the SAT or the ACT! The deadline for the April 12th ACT is TODAY, and the deadline for the May 3rd SAT is coming up. Get online at collegeboard.org or actstudent.org to sign up! Come to the Career Center if you want more info.
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Jamba Juice is BACK. After school by the Main Office, pick up your Jamba Juice today for $4.00 and enjoy your safe weekend.
If you are currently a 10th or 11th grader and interested in attending the Sacramento Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Conference to be held in July, please pick up information and the application in the Counseling Office.
The girls soccer team played Union Mine yesterday in our first league match. The JV team won 4-1 and the Varsity team tied 1-1. Most Valuable players were Kaylynn Cuddy with one goal and Kylie Haverson with 10 saves. Great job ladies!
CONGRATULATIONS to Kelly Clark and Jay Revolinsky for being chosen to represent El Dorado High School at Girl’s and Boy’s State this summer. This is an honor and privilege bestowed on one male and one female to attend a weeklong conference with other high school students from California.
Congratulations to the following juniors who were selected by the EDHS staff to be interviewed for the honor of being El Dorado High School’s Boy’s and Girl’s State representative:
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