Elkton High School

Newsletter - November 5, 2020

A message from Mr. Leitgeb


Today marks the end of Marking Period 1. It is hard to believe that it is already November. The temperatures are really beginning to dip down so make sure you bundle up.

We have some exciting events coming up such as our Green Zone event on November 15th. As part of our PBIS program, we will reward our students for meeting the criteria set forth by the PBIS team. Their motto is "Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Resilient". These are good statements to live by.

We will also have an NCAA workshop coming up on November 16th at 6 pm for anyone that is interested in playing a sport in college.

Until Next Time,

Mr. Leitgeb

NCAA Workshop

National Collegiate Athletic Association

NCAA Workshop (College Sports)

November 16th

6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Elkton High School


Students who plan to play sports in college should attend the workshop. Important information will be shared regarding the eligibility criteria and process. College-bound student-athletes preparing to enroll in Division I or Division II schools need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center to ensure they have met amateurism standards and are academically prepared for college coursework.

Please click on the link to register

NCAA Workshop

For more information: Dr. Chavon Dottin


AVID Students of the Marking Period

We would like to congratulate these amazing students for being the students of the marking period for the AVID program. AVID stands for Advancement via Individual Determination and this program prepares students to be successful in college. Not pictured: Emma Racine, Grade 11

Great Job AVID Students!!!

Anti-Bullying Week

Thank you to everyone who participated in our anti-bullying week to promote kindness, acceptance, and a positive culture here at EHS! The lightbulb to the right is filled with random notes of kindness shared to brighten up everyone's day.

Trunk or Treat

Thank you to everyone who came out to make this year's Trunk or Treat a success! It was great to enjoy a beautiful day together.

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3rd Annual Hispanic Heritage Festival

Thank you to everyone who came out for a great night at our 3rd annual Hispanic Heritage Festival. Participants were immersed in Hispanic culture by exploring foods, music, history, and customs. The event was well attended by our school community and was a positive celebration. Please plan to join us next year! Special thanks to the EHS staff who made this happen!

Upcoming Events and Important Dates

November 8 - Schools closed for students (Professional Day)

November 5 - Beginning of Marking Period 2

November 11 - Report Cards Distribution

November 15 - Green Zone

November 15 - Start of Winter Sports Season

November 16- NCAA Workshop

November 18- Fall Sports Awards

November 22- ASVAB test

November 24-26 - Thanksgiving Break; Schools Closed