Morning Announcements – Tuesday, September 19, 2017
- Fundraiser COOP Day – Tomorrow will be our first COOP day. If you have sold two items, please have your parent sign the first coupon that’s attached to the flyer that was sent home on Friday. Mr. Newett will distribute COOPs right after bus room in the main lobby.
Also, for online sales, please use the online ID that is on the fall fundraiser form you received last Friday. That code is 4974671.
- Parent Instrument Rental Night Is Tonight - Parents of 5th graders who want to learn more about renting or purchasing an instrument for their child should attend the Instrument Rental Night set for this Tuesday at 6:30PM in the cafeteria.
- Welcome Back PTF Picnic This Wednesday – The annual Welcome Back Picnic is this Wednesday from 5-6:30PM. This is a potluck event and families from each grade are responsible for different items:
Kindergarten and Grade 5 – Main Dish to share
1st and 6th Grade – Salad to share
2nd and 7th Grade – Dessert to share
3rd and 8th Grade – Side Dish to share
4th – Appetizer, fruit, or snack to share
EEMS Staff - Drinks
Please label foods that may contain nuts, shellfish, eggs, etc.
Thank you! We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday.
- Grade 7 Field Trip Thursday – Grade 7 will continue its study of Ellsworth as they head to Birdsacre on Thursday.
- Activity Night This Friday – 4-6PM for grade 5 for $3. 6:30-9 for grades 6-8 for $5. Grade 7 is sponsoring the event. Funds will pay for the tent they use for the Medieval Faire in June.
- Music Honors Festival - Band and chorus students in grades 6, 7, and 8 who want to be nominated for the Honors Festival must turn in their forms by Monday, 9/25. Late forms will not be accepted.
- Girls’ Soccer Games Today – Good luck to our JV and Varsity girls’ soccer teams today as they travel to Brewer at 2PM today. Boys play Brewer at home tomorrow.
- Boys’ Varsity Report from Friday - The Falcons boys varsity soccer team traveled to Bucksport on Friday afternoon. The boys worked hard throughout the game, completed short passes and communicating extremely well with each other. Miles Palmer opened the scoring by putting the ball into the net on a corner kick. He truly "BENT IT LIKE BECKHAM". David Baugh scored two goals, one assisted by Michael Palmer and the other by Billy. Great defensive efforts by Hunter Curtis, Owen Frank, Luke Perry, Tanner Seura, and Liam Stephenson and strong goaltending by Lucas Fendl limited the Bucks to long shots and lots of frustration. Up next is a home game against Brewer on Wednesday. Great game boys!