Here is the latest news from the elementary school. Be sure to check out the details about the Santa Parade tonight. https://www.smore.com/1edm8c Have a great weekend!
See attached flyer
Click on the link for the latest information from the ES. https://www.smore.com/rnbhe Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
Lane Vincent has been chosen by his teachers to be the November Student of the Month recipient for the Senior class. His teachers state that he is hard working, responsible, trustworthy and has a great sense of humor. Lane excels in his automotive technology course and his work-based learning. Lane is the son of Mark and Holly Vincent. Congratulations, Lane, for being our senior student of the month!
Adelynn Goodenow has been chosen by her teachers to be the November Student of the Month recipient for the Freshman class. Her teachers state that she is extremely hard working and always has a positive attitude. Addy is a positive role model for her fellow classmates and has great ability in her thinking and writing abilities. Adelynn is the daughter of Thomas and Amanda Goodenow. Congratulations, Addy, for being our freshman student of the month!
The Depot Teen Center, in partnership with an anonymous donor, is excited to launch OPERATION: WINTER GEAR!! This program is designed to ensure that every Pre-K thru 12th grade child in East Jordan Schools has the winter gear they need to enjoy playing outside this winter. Whether your child just needs a coat or a complete set of winter gear, simply click over to https://ejdepot.org/winter-gear to submit your request online. When doing so, it is extremely important to provide accurate sizing. If need be, please round up to the next size as it is much easier to have their winter gear be a bit big than too small. Winter Gear requests MUST BE SUBMITTED by Tuesday, November 21st. The Winter Gear will then be distributed on Tuesday, December 5th between 3:00 and 6:00 at The Teen Zone located at 214 Main St. in East Jordan. If you have any questions, please either message us here or you can email our Outreach Director, Scott Gillespie, at DepotJVTeenCenter@gmail.com or call/text him at (989) 444-1695.
The Brothers Grimm play coming to EJMHS Auditorium this weekend!
See the attached flyer from Mrs. Kerr.
We have a lot of happenings in the next few weeks. Please be sure to check out the newsletter for all the events! https://www.smore.com/0daxs
East Jordan Middle High School junior, Arlo Knauf, has been selected by the CTE faculty as the October 2023 Career & Technical Education Student of the Month. Arlo is a student in Automotive Technology. Arlo plans to have a career as an automotive tech in the future. He has an interest in cars, hunting, and food and is on our varsity football team. Arlo is the son of Konrad Knauf and Jennifer Lewis. Congrats, Arlo!
Support our Veterans
Please take a moment to complete the surveys linked here, by Nov. 2. If you have a child(ren) in both buildings, please complete the survey for each school. As always, we appreciate your help and support! ES: https://www.pbisassessment.org/Anon/z12105lL280 MHS: https://www.pbisassessment.org/Anon/z92105LJ280
The elementary school has a half day of school today. We will dismiss at 11:40. Have a great weekend! Please click on the link for the latest ES newsletter. https://www.smore.com/haj7qt
Buenos días y feliz viernes familia EJ:) Sending you some preview photos of students learning how to make Salvadoran pupusas, and below some salsa fresca practice. Both items and many more will be available on Saturday. Spread the word at the volleyball matches, football game and cross country meet! We will also have a Silent Auction with many interesting items donated by community members. All proceeds will go to the 2025 Costa Rica trip. MUCHAS GRACIAS to everyone who has donated:) We are trying out table service this year so you don't have to stand in a long line. Students will try their hand at being servers, bussers, cooks, and hosts. Wishing you a wonderful weekend, no matter how you spend it, Angela and Savannah
Physics students built table-top trebuchets to throw a candy pumpkin. This year's winners were Kayli Rose and Colette McLeod! Jacob Haley and Max Beal were runners up. Kamden Bartlett was the winner of the popsicle stick division. Ryder Malpass and Ty Burks tried to defend their title from last year, but fell to Kaylie and Colette.
See information on the flyer.
The Red Devil cross country runners will compete in the regional tournament on Saturday morning at the Community Park. We hope you will be able to join us in cheering on the Red Devils as they compete to qualify to run at the state finals. The girls start the morning of competition off at 9:30 am. Admission is $7 per person or $10 per vehicle. Cash only at the gate. Sports passes cannot be used for the MHSAA tournament. Fill up your vehicle and join us for a great morning of racing on Saturday!
East Jordan will be playing Ishpeming in the opening round of the football playoffs on Saturday at 2:00 at Boswell Stadium. Come and cheer the Red Devils on!! You can purchase your ticket on GoFan.com or use the link below. Sports passes cannot be accepted at MHSAA tournaments. Buy your ticket online and join us Saturday for a great football game! Cash cannot be accepted at the gate – buy your ticket now! https://gofan.co/event/1183328?schoolId=MI10288
Red Devil Families, Come join us this Monday, 10/30 from 6-8pm in the Middle High School Auditorium for an evening with Max Stossel, founder of Social Awakening , for his presentation "Social Media And Your Kids". This presentation is for parents and will illustrate some of the specific ways technology is designed to be addictive & distracting, highlight how that's impacting our kids’ minds, and give recommendations on how to address some of the challenges you and your family are facing. This presentation concludes with open space to discuss what’s working and not working in our households. Our students will attend his talk " We've Been Sneaking Into Your Brains" Monday morning, as part of his presentation that is geared towards our students. Max Stossel is an award-winning artist, and the founder of Social Awakening: an organization dedicated to helping young people survive and thrive in the modern world. He has spent the past seven years speaking with 100,000+ students, parents, and educators around the world about social media's impact on our lives, and creating resources to help manage that impact.
Coming to the EJMHS Auditorium thisNovember...