Whoop whoop! Eleina has been recognized as a Husky Humanitarian! Ms. Lilly and Mrs. Chandler states, "Citizenship. Eleina demonstrates what is like to be a successful student by always being kind and respectful to her peers and teachers. She is always willing to help someone out, and is also attentive in class. She takes the initiative to ask questions and to better understand a subject. Good job Eleina!" Thank you Eleina, your kindness is appreciated by every human being that interacts with you because everyone that walks away from you feels better about who they are!
Students wanted to recognize the dedication and compassion Ms. Borders has for her teaching, so she has been recognized as a Husky Humanitarian! Students stated, "Compassion. Ms. Borders continues to go above and beyond when helping peers and students. She works with students during her lunch, and often for students that are not even in her class. She provides a safe space for students to try, fail and try again. She helps others problem solve, shares ideas for creative teaching, and is always willing to listen!" Thank you Ms. Borders for being a rock star!
Greetings Husky Families. A friendly reminder there is no early release tomorrow for students k-12. Conferences were rescheduled for the week after spring break, thus students will follow their normal schedule tomorrow, March 23rd. Happy Spring Break!
Agenda of the School Board Meeting Tonight @ 6:30pm in Stella Mayfield Room 22
Kudos to Riley for being recognized as a Husky Humanitarian! Ms. Oveson states, "KINDNESS. Riley exhibits kindness on a daily basis inside and outside of school. She invites different students to their lunch group, works with students who aren't as socially connected yet, and helps others in any way she can." Thank you Riley, you are truly an exceptional human being!
Save the Date! BOOK FAIR! April 3rd through 7th @ Stella Mayfield Elementary Library Parents can set up an eWallet account for their children, and have others contribute money, kind of like a gift card. If you check out the site below, you can find the school's book fair site and digital flyer. Scholastic Book Fair →https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bf/stellamayfieldschool1 Here is the Digital Book Fair Flyer→https://bookfairsfiles.scholastic.com/homepages/flyer_premium/flyer_premium.html#p=1
Elgin School District Employment Opportunities See the Elgin School District Employment Page on our website for more info and future and current employment opportunities. Click Here↓ https://www.elgin.k12.or.us/page/employment
FFA Degree Night 3/21/2023 Tuesday Night @ 6:30 pm @ The Elgin Community Center Come down and support our FFA students receiving their state FFA degrees! We will provide the dessert and drinks!
Elgin High School Band is competing today for 1A/2A Districts at the La Grande High School Auditorium. Spectators can enter the gym/auditorium entrance on 2nd street. Elgin performs at 1:35pm. If you want to hear a stellar performance, we welcome you!
The Elgin High School Band is competing today for 1A/2A Districts at the La Grande High School Auditorium! Spectators may enter the gym/auditorium entrance on 2nd street in La Grande. Elgin performs at 1:35 pm.Good luck to all our Husky band members!
Happy pi day! Today is 3-14, just like the first 3 digits of the number pi, 3.14! Here are some fun facts for pi: https://bigthink.com/starts-with-a-bang/pi-day/
Spring is coming, which means those beautifully full and colorful baskets and planters are in the process of growing in the greenhouse! Thank you Mrs. Oveson and her green thumb students for tending to these future beauties!
What is going on in Ms. Wasley's art class, well lots is going on! Fondue party with ceramic fondue pots created in class, submission to the EOU Art Exhibit, and participation in the 2023 Drawing Steak Challenge where winners enjoyed lunch with their beloved art teacher! The Eastern Oregon Regional High School Art Exhibition opened last Friday. Over 300 works by students from 12 regional high schools were on display, and awards were presented for exemplary work. 20 pieces from Elgin HS were submitted, and their work does our school proud! Two students were recognized with Honorable Mentions, both Nathan George for his ceramic sculpture "Clay House", and Destiny Eoff for her charcoal drawing "Pumpkin." Congratulations!!
The Wacky Wednesday Challenge tomorrow is to dress in red and white in honor of Dr. Seuss Week! The class with the highest participation percentage wins s surprise!
Whoo hoo Scooby Doo! Leah has been recognized as a Husky Humanitarian for kindness. Ms. Wasley states, "I'd like to recognize Leah for being unfailingly kind to everyone around her. She listens, observes and steps in to help when she sees that someone needs it." Thank you you Leah for being such a sweet soul!
Hands in the air for Emily! She is recognized as a Husky Humanitarian for courage and resiliency! Mrs. Anderson states, "Emily displayed courage and resilience today in Career Ed while giving her career presentation. Emily is typically very quiet and tends to be shy, and is much more comfortable with small groups. Today, however, she pushed past her fears and out of her comfort zone! She modeled true courage and resilience!" Emily, thank you for modeling that we can all do hard things!
Wacky Wednesday Challenge tomorrow is to wear a hoodie backwards! Sophomores won the challenge last week, so wondering who will win it this week!
Wacky Wednesday Challenge winners are the sophomore class and Mrs. Collazo! Whoo hoo, sophomores are in the running!
Whoo hoo Abi for being recognized as a Husky Humanitarian! Mrs. Sheehy states, "Citizenship. Abby is the epitome of a kind citizen. She is not only prepared and helpful, but is always ready and willing to help her classmates. As well as, filling up water bottles, storing the pencils, and always offering kind and genuine words! She is a great citizen" This and so much more can be said about Abi . . . a truly exceptional human being!
Shout out for Khase for being recognized as a Husky Humanitarian! Mrs. Sheehy states, "Perseverance: Khase has started Semester 2 with a motivation and dedication to his school work, and is working really hard to complete his assignments. He is not giving up, and is doing it all with a positive attitude!" Thank you Khase for pushing through and making school a priority!