Egg Harbor Township High School
Week of November 10, 2019
Students of the Week
Student: Jacob Valenzuela
Nominated by: Ms. Makos
Jacob's Leadership is exhibited by his passion for art and music. He is dedicated and others admire and respect him for it!
Student: Liv Martinolich
Nominated by: Mrs. Butrus
Liv demonstrates thoughtfulness. She was willing to help me lift a heavy bucket of sand to my classroom. After carrying the heavy bucket of sand from the D-wing parking lot, as I walked to the main hallway it seemed to get really heavy. I put the bucket down to rest, and she asked if I was ok, and did not hesitate to lift the other end. Together we carried it down the hallway to my classroom. Thank you, Liv! You assistance was very much appreciated!
Paper Airplanes and Velocity
Students in physics class flew paper airplanes and measured the x and y displacements and time to solve for the velocities of their planes.
A Great Weekend for the Arts in EHT ...
EHTHS French Student Highlighted on National Blog
So happy to share with you the link to Alyssa’s “Ask Away” interview on her language-learning experiences, published today on the Lead with Languages campaign blog. The post is currently featured on our homepage and can also be accessed directly at this link: https://www.leadwithlanguages.org/2019/11/07/ask-away-5-questions-for-a-future-translator-interpreter/. We’ll be sharing on social media later today as well @LeadWLanguages. : )
Many thanks again for all of your help making this happen, and to Alyssa for sharing her story with us! I love her positive energy, and I’m sure she will motivate and encourage many young people to try something new (and then to stick with it!).
Keep me posted as you have more stories to share. Would gladly feature another student (or an alum using languages in her career!) in the future.
Erin M. Whelchel
American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL)
1001 North Fairfax Street, Suite 200, Alexandria, VA 22314
Environmental Students Go On The Road to ACUA
Honors US History II Goes Back In Time
CLIMATE and CULTURE
Some Important Announcements From The Drama Club
2019/2020 YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE NOW!
2019/2020 YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE AT A DISCOUNTED PRICE!! The 2019/2020 yearbooks are currently on sale for $70! Just go to the website below and order by 10/25 to get your discount! Also, Jostens is working to make sure you get more bang for your buck!
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Eagle Greenery Taking Thanksgiving Orders
Click on the link to access the order form.
November 14, 2019
INTERACT Movie Night
Collecting food items for Community Food Bank
November 16, 2019
Walk for Water 2019
12:30pm(registration begins at 12:00pm)
Admission is $5
November 21, 22, 23 & 24, 2019
HS Drama Performance "12 Angry Jurors"
November 22, 2019
Guidance Department Career Fair
High School Media Center
Ni sign up required
November 27, 2019
Powder Puff Game 4:00pm
November 28 & 29, 2019