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April 25, 2017

 
EHS vocal students receive high ratings at regional music festival

     Several EHS vocal students received high ratings at the KSHSAA Regional Music Festival at Goddard Eisenhower High School on April 8.
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EHS hosts Futures Fair

     EHS hosted their annual Futures Fair on April 10 for students in grades eight through 12.
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EHS Futures Fair


EHS students experience virtual welder

     EHS students had the opportunity to explore a career in welding by using a virtual welder on April 19.
     Matthew Galbraith, Lead Welding Instructor at Butler Community College, brought a virtual welding machine to the industrial arts classroom so students could get a better understanding of the mechanics of welding.
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Virtual Welder


Hayes and Stenseng earn Academic All American awards

     EHS students Makenna Hayes and Logan Stenseng earned Academic All American awards from the National Speech and Debate Association.
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EHS students inducted into National Honor Society

     Several El Dorado High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society during the 2017 Induction Ceremony on April 24. City Commissioner and EHS graduate Chase Locke was the guest speaker.
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EMS choirs receive I ratings at Pioneer League

     Every EMS choir group received a I rating at the Pioneer League Vocal Music Festival on April 19.
     The 7th and 8th grade combined choirs, the EMS Girls' Choir, and the 8th Grade Ensemble all received I ratings.

 

 

 
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District Highlights


PIE announces new fund

     The Partners in Education Foundation is proud to announce a new fund created by Marie Hieger.
     The Marie Hieger Endowed Fund will support the State Career and Technical Education Clusters in the Business Pathways of Finance, Marketing, Business Management and Administration Pathways at El Dorado High School. The fund will go towards the courses offered in these pathways and will be used to advance the student level of learning with additional resources and/or DECA activities.
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Maddy Hart signs to golf with Friends University

     Maddy Hart signed to play golf with Friends University on April 20.
     Hart has lettered in golf all four years at El Dorado High School.

Maddy Hart
Back (L-R): Paul Howe- Head Women's Golf Coach at Friends University, Heath Elliott- EHS Athletic Director
Front (L-R): Melinda Shaw- mother, Maddy Hart, Mark Hart- father


Regan Lattey wins state DAR essay contest

     EMS student Regan Lattey was selected as the state winner for the seventh grade level in the DAR essay contest.
     Her essay was about the National Park System. Lattey was invited to the Youth Award Breakfast in Topeka to receive a certificate and a silver medal. She was also asked to read her essay during the state DAR conference on April 22.


Summer Parker wins bronze medal at state FCCLA competition

     Summer Parker, a senior at EHS, won a bronze medal at the state Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) competition in Wichita on April 3.
     She presented a project on leadership service in action.