- Published: Wednesday, March 18, 2009
FOOTBALL Tonight!! Come out to the stadium tonight to watch our EHS Football Loggers v. Ukiah High School. J.V. Kick Off at 5:00 p.m., Varsity at 7:30 p.m. Try a “Logger Dog” at the Boosters’ BBQ Stand. YUM! There is nothing like an autumnal Friday eve in Logger Stadium. Prediction: Loggers 35, Ukiah17. Go Loggers!
Be certain to attend Humboldt/Del Norte College Recruiting Night next Tuesday evening (Sept. 30th) in our Cafeteria, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Representatives from over 20 public and private colleges will be available. An event such as College Recruiting Night is evidence that EHS is truly a Distinguished California High School.
Congratulations to Alec Condon, a senior in good standing at Eureka High School. Alec has been selected as the Times-Standard Super Student of the Month. Alec’s bio, accomplishments and photo will appear in this Sunday’s edition of the Times-Standard; another example of what is great about Eureka High School.
Answer to last week’s trivia question: Hiroshima. Winner as Principal for One Hour: Ms. Dianne Mann from academic counseling!
The Lady Logger Varsity Volleyball team traveled to Red Bluff last weekend for a tournament and went 4 for 6 overall and defeating Del Norte, the historic rival in two games! Congratulations to Coach Stephanie Jackson
Buy shares of ownership Eureka High School Pool Gets Reprieve: The Principal met with EHS Student Government Leaders on Tuesday regarding the school wide effort to raise our “Fair Share” by purchasing or selling $1.00 “Certificates of Ownership” in our swimming pool. The Student Leaders enthusiastically endorsed this effort to raise $15K by June, 2009. Two spin offs: Our EHS Classified Staff ? has approached the Office of the Principal saying they would like to own shares in the swimming pool if they could have a pool party BBQ; and my colleague Mr. Bill Canady, Principal of Winship is committing his fine school in the effort to “Own the Pool.” EHS looks forward to that 6th grade swim party and BBQ in the spring. Go Winship Vikings!
Dr. Pawlick’s Tie of the Week Award goes to the entire Clerical Staff at Eureka High School!! Astonishingly last Friday, all Office employees were sporting corvatas. I have not seen that many ties in one place except on the Union Pacific. And so for my naysayer’s re: Dr. Pawlick’s Tie of the Week Award is gender biased; 10 females are honored recipients. Obvious it is, Double Windsor Knot Tying is not a proclivity of the clerical staff
“Be the Principal for One Hour” trivia contest: The first EHS employee to correctly report the answer of this Friday Morning Briefing’s trivia question (to Mrs. Karen Wilson, Secretary to the Principal) will win “Principal for One Hour!” You will be the Instructional Leader and I will teach one class of your choosing, or cover your job while you run Eureka High School. Trivia Question: What is the #1 spectator sport in the USA?
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