The Natives' News
Updated 11/22 - Check back often for NEW information!
WE ARE THANKFUL FOR OUR EAST LIMESTONE TRIBE!!!
PROGRESS REPORTS WENT HOME LAST WEEK! CHECK YOUR STUDENT(S)' GRADES!
SAVE THE DATE!!!
ELHS Girl Talk, Jr. Beta, and Spanish Club are working together to collect unwrapped toys and $5 gift cards for our local Boys and Girls Club. Please help us to help those in need this Christmas season!
The Book Fair is Coming!!! The Book Fair is Coming!!! December 9-13
Please make sure you are checking your student's PayPams account regularly. We have several students with negative lunch account balances!
PTO COAT DRIVE:
What: First Priority Meetings
When: Every Tuesday at 7:30 AM
Where: Mrs. L. Haggenmaker's Room (High School Room 10)
What's going on in SPORTS?
ELHS Leadership Team Sharing Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Results with the Faculty
2019 Special Olympics Bowling
Congratulations, Olivia, on signing to play softball at Calhoun Community College! We are so proud of you!
Congratulations to Mary Foss for representing East Limestone for Miss Merry Christmas and Cameron Bivens for representing LCCTC for Miss Merry Christmas!
Jirah Rogers surpassed the 2,000-career points mark, scoring 15 points in a 51-32 win over West Limestone on Friday. She also had 21 points in a 45-41 win over Class 7A Bob Jones!!!! CONGRATULATIONS!
Congratulations to the ELHS Marching Band for being invited and marching in the 100th Anniversary NYC Veterans Day Parade!!! You make us proud!!!
ELHS Veterans Day 2019 - We are thankful for our Veterans!
Thank you, Steve Turner, for making sure our buses have a safe place to park on campus!
Thank you, Kathy Norton, with RE/Max Realty for helping to sponsor ELHS with the National Blue Ribbon Process!!!
Thank you, Preston's Western Wear in Athens, for helping to sponsor East Limestone High School with the National Blue Ribbon process!!!
Thank you, Sides Body Repair, for helping sponsor East Limestone High School with the National Blue Ribbon Process!
Thank you, Legacy Premier Homes, for your donation to East Limestone High School for the National Blue Ribbon Process!
Thank you, Candi Williams, for your donation to East Limestone High School for the National Blue Ribbon Process!
Thank you, Matthew and Ann Kyle, for sponsoring East Limestone High School with the National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence process!!!
Thank you, Joey Ursery, for being one of ELHS's sponsors for the Blue Ribbon School of Education process!!!
Thank you, Lieutenant Colonel Adrian Erckenbrack, for your service to our country. Thank you for sharing your personal 9-11 experience with our students. We are thankful for individuals like you who were willing to stand up for what is right and helped those who could not help themselves during that devastating time in our history. Our students will never forget your visit. THANK YOU!
Thank you, Representative Whitt! Your generous contribution to East Limestone High School will be used to benefit our students and teachers!
Thank you, Joe's Pharmacy, for taking such good care of East Limestone High School!
Thank you, Suzanne's Bakery, for supporting our Cool 2 Be Kind Club!!!
Thank you, Senator Tom Butler, for supporting our East Limestone Baseball Program!!!
Thank you, Z7 Graphics! We LOVE the new look on our Band room doors!!!
Thank you, East Limestone Community, for supporting us with your prayers!!!
Thank you, NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH, for your donation of paper!!! We appreciate your support!!!
Thank you, Limestone County Flea Market, for donating school supplies for our students and teachers!!!
PTO is selling East Limestone yard signs for $10. Signs can be purchased at home football games, at the High School front office, or in the Library during 7th period. Signs will need to be picked up at the school if your student is a bus rider. Signs are not allowed on the bus.
Class of 2021 are selling decals for $5.00...see Mrs. Norris in the Middle School if interested.
20/20 Letter From Band
November 20 - Faculty Meeting
November 25-29 - Thanksgiving Holidays - No School
December 3 - Board Work Session 6:00 PM
December 4 - AP Meeting 8:00 AM
December 5 - Athens Christmas Parade
December 10 - Board Meeting 6:00 PM
December 10 - 9:00-10:30 AM Student Senate (Boardroom)
December 11 - Principal's Meeting 8:00 AM
December 17 - Advisory Council Meetings
December 20 - Half Day for Students/PD
December 23-January 1 Christmas Holidays - No School
January 2 - Flex Day from 11/2 PD
January 3 - Professional Development Day
January 6 - Students Return
January 6 - February 6 - Winter Scantron Testing
January 7 - Report Cards Go Home
January 7 - Board Work Session 6:00 PM
January 14 - Board Meeting 6:00 PM
January 15 - Principal's Meeting
January 18-25 - County Basketball Tournament
January 20 - Martin Luther King Jr. Day - No School
January 21 - March 20 - ACCESS for ELLs and Alternate ACCESS for ELLs
February 5 - Principal's Meeting
February 6 - Board Work Session 6:00
February 10 - Third Mid-Term Ends
February 11 - Board Meeting 6:00
February 12 - AP Meeting 8:00 AM
February 13 - 3rd Nine Weeks Progress Reports Go Home
February 13 - Student Senate 12:30-2:00 (Boardroom)
February 17 - Presidents' Day - No School
February 18 - Advisory Council Meetings
February 22 - Mock for APUSH - Jacques 8:00-12:00
February 22 - APUSH - Cavnar 8:00-12:00
February 24-28 Learning Rounds
February 26 - Half Day for Students/PD
February 28 - Scholars Bowl (HS)
March 2-6 - Read Across America Week
March 2 - April 10 - ACAP Alternate Assessment
March 3 - Board Work Session
March 10 - Board Meeting 6:00 PM
March 10 - ACT with Writing (paper) - All Juniors
March 14 - AP Mock Exam AP Stats
March 18 - Principal's Meeting
March 20 - Scholars Bowl (MS)
March 21 - AP Mock Exam Calculus 8:00-12:00
March 24 - PreK Lottery Drawing
March 24 - AP Mock Exam CSP (2 hours after school)
March 27 - Report Cards Go Home
March 30-April 3 - Spring Break - No School
March 30 - May 1 - ACAP Summative (grades 2-8)
March 31 - ACT with Writing make-up
April 4 - PROM
April 7 - Board Work Session 6:00 PM
April 7-9 - ACT with Writing Makeup (Online Only)
April 13 - Kindergarten Pre-Registration
April 14 - Board Meeting 6:00 PM (at East)
April 20-21 - ACT WorkKeys retest option
April 21 - Advisory Council Meetings
April 29th-May 13 - Spring Scantron
April 30 - Fourth Mid-Term Ends
April 30 - Student Senate EOY Meeting/County Tour - 9:30-1:30
May 3-9 - Teacher Appreciation Week
May 4 - Kindergarten Pre-Registration
May 4-15 - AP Exams
May 6 - Principal's Meeting 8:00 AM
May 12 - Board Meeting 6:00 PM
May 14 - Advisory Council Meetings
May 21 - Board Meeting 7:00 AM
May 21 - Half Day for Students/PD
May 22 - Teacher Work Day
June 2-3 - Leadership Academy
PST Meeting Dates:
Middle School Dates:
Public Service Announcements:
Please remember: Faxes or emails are not allowed for students to check out. A signed, written note must be turned into the front office in the morning and/or a parent/guardian must check the student out in person.
Food for Thought:
Ways to stay In-The-Know:
-Talk to your student! Chances are, they know more than they are sharing.
-Email your student's teachers and/or administrators
-Call your student's teachers, administrators, and/or our WONDERFUL office staff
(Make sure you keep your contact information up-to-date so we can give you a call back!)
-Request a conference. Sometimes face-to-face is the best way to have a conversation.
-If your student's teachers offer REMIND - sign up!
-Check out our school's website - eastlimestonehigh.org
-Make sure to look at the "Natives' News" on our website for up-to-date and future information.
-Follow East Limestone on Twitter - @limestone_east
-School-wide All Calls
-Get an Inow/Chalkable account set up
-Ask your student if his/her teachers are using Moodle or Google Classroom, have them SHOW you.
-Check out the East Limestone Community Information Page and the East Limestone PTO page on Facebook. Please remember that we are a FAMILY. Keep it positive. We are working hard to create, not only, a safe, loving, learning environment for our students, but also, a working environment where our teachers and staff are as supported as our students. Again, if you have a question, just ask.