Thursday, December 8, 2016

12/08/16 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are standing up with Panther PRIDE.  Today is Thursday, December 8th.
  • The library is closed this week for testing. First and seventh period study hall students who are on the roster should report to room 295.
  • The Middle school swim team beat Bedford 133 to 70. The top scorer was 8th grader Audrey Zorman, who had a perfect score of 16 points and swam her first 400 yard freestyle in 5 minutes and 50 seconds. The second top scorers were 8th graders Christina Saterides, Katie Stephens and Shawn Mason each with 14 points. Next was 8th graderJerome Nash with 12 points. Congratulations middle school swim team for your second victory of the season. Come out and cheer us on Monday, December 12 as we take on Andrews-Osborne at home. Start time is 4:15.
Meetings:
  • Attention Key Club Members: Please plan on attending our final meeting of the year today at 2:45 in room 223.  We will be wrapping the gifts for the Rainbows and Cleveland Clinic Pediatric Patients and we will be discussing next month's activities.
  • The 8th grade Orchestra concert is at Central Middle School.  The concert begins at 7pm and participating students should arrive with their instruments and music at 6:30pm.
  • The next contest for the Ohio Math League will be Tuesday Dec 13 during and after ie in room 342. See Mr. Zucca if you have any questions.
  • Any student 8th - 12th interested in baseball should report to the weight room Tuesday at 3:45pm for a mandatory meeting to receive the workout schedule for this winter.
  • Attention all students!  The time is now to pre-order your 2017 yearbook.  Order before winter break in order to get the discount!  Order forms are in the Media Center or outside room 298.  Payment in cash, check or money order is accepted.  Remember, you must pre-order before break to get the discount!
  • Senior Yearbook Recognition Ads are due before break.  See Mrs. Valtman or Mrs. Gaul with any questions.
  • Attention Seniors!  If you are planning on going to college in the fall and have not done your FAFSA yet, please visit the College Now office in Room 147 for assistance.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to stand up with Panther PRIDE.  Have a fantastic Thursday.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

12/07/16 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are standing up with Panther PRIDE.  Today is Wednesday, December 7th.   
  • IE today is for 3rd period.
  • The library is closed this week for testing. First and seventh period study hall students who are on the roster should report to room 295.
Meetings:
  • Euclid High School’s Symphonic Orchestra and Choirs will present their annual Holiday Concert tonight at 7:00pm in the high school Auditorium.  The concert will include the traditional candle light processional to “O Come All Ye Faithful” by Choral Masters as well as a sneak preview of the Varsity Choral Competition Show.  The Symphonic Orchestra will perform the Surprise Symphony and end with the great Holiday classic “The Hallelujah Chorus” by Handel performed with full orchestra and Choirs.  Admission is $3.00.
  • Attention Key Club Members: Please plan on attending our final meeting of the year on Thursday, December 8th at 2:45 in room 223.  We will be wrapping the gifts for the Rainbows and Cleveland Clinic Pediatric Patients and we will be discussing next month's activities.
  • The 8th grade Orchestra concert is on Thursday, December 8th at Central Middle School.  The concert begins at 7pm and participating students should arrive with their instruments and music at 6:30pm.
  • Attention all students!  The time is now to pre-order your 2017 yearbook.  Order before winter break in order to get the discount!  Order forms are in the Media Center or outside room 298.  Payment in cash, check or money order is accepted.  Remember, you must pre-order before break to get the discount!
  • Senior Yearbook Recognition Ads are due before break.  See Mrs. Valtman or Mrs. Gaul with any questions.
  • Attention Seniors!  If you are planning on going to college in the fall and have not done your FAFSA yet, please visit the College Now office in Room 147 for assistance.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to stand up with Panther PRIDE.  Have a wonderful Wednesday.

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

12/06/16 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are standing up with Panther PRIDE.  Today is Tuesday, December 6th. 
  • The library is closed this week for testing. First and seventh period study hall students who are on the roster should report to room 295.
Meetings:
  • The National Honor Society will be meeting today at 2:30 in room 342.  See Mr. Zucca if you have any questions.
  • Attention Art Club! There will be a short meeting TODAY after school in room 199. Hope to see you there!
  • Educators Rising meeting is today at 2:30 pm in room 231.  See you then!
  • The 8th grade band concert is tonight at Central Middle School.  The concert begins at 7pm and participating students should arrive with their instruments and music at 6:30pm.
  • Euclid High School’s Symphonic Orchestra and Choirs will present their annual Holiday Concert on Wed. Dec. 7 at 7:00pm in the Euclid High School Auditorium.  Admission is $3.00.  The Orchestra will also present a sneak preview of the Holiday Concert during 1st period on Wed. Dec. 7 in the auditorium.  All 1st period teachers are invited to attend!
  • Attention Key Club Members: Please plan on attending our final meeting of the year on Thursday December 8th at 2:45 in room 223.  We will be wrapping the gifts for the Rainbows and Cleveland Clinic Pediatric Patients and we will be discussing next month's activities.  See you there!
  • The 8th grade Orchestra concert is on Thursday, December 8th at Central Middle School.  The concert begins at 7pm and participating students should arrive with their instruments and music at 6:30pm.
  • Attention all students!  The time is now to pre-order your 2017 yearbook.  Order before winter break in order to get the discount!  Order forms are in the Media Center or outside room 298.  Payment in cash, check or money order is accepted.  Remember, you must pre-order before break to get the discount!
  • Senior Yearbook Recognition Ads are due before break.  See Mrs. Valtman or Mrs. Gaul with any questions.
  • Attention Seniors!  If you are planning on going to college in the fall and have not done your FAFSA yet, please visit the College Now office in Room 147 for assistance. 
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to stand up with Panther PRIDE.  Have a terrific Tuesday.

12/05/16 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are standing up with Panther PRIDE.  Today is Friday, December 2nd. 
  • The library will be closed this week for testing.  Students in first and seventh period study halls will report to room 295.
  • Congrats to the Euclid wrestling team. They had a good opening tournament showing with two wrestlers bringing home trophies. Senior Aaron Newell and freshman Freddy Lisy both placed. Great Job Panthers
Meetings:
  • The next meeting of the National Honor Society will be Tuesday Dec 6 at 2:30 in room 342. See Mr. Zucca if you have any questions.
  • The 8th grade band concert is on Tuesday, December 6th at Central Middle School. The concert begins at 7pm and participating students should arrive with their instruments and music at 6:30pm.
  • Euclid High School’s Symphonic Orchestra and Choirs will present their annual Holiday Concert on Wed. Dec. 7 at 7:00pm in the Euclid High School Auditorium.  Admission is $3.00.  The Orchestra will also present a sneak preview of the Holiday Concert during 1st period on Wed. Dec. 7 in the auditorium.  All 1st period teachers are invited to attend!
  • A reminder to all Symphonic Orchestra Members: we will rehearse Hallelujah Chorus in the Band Room today after school during 1st period IE. All Choir and Symphonic Orchestra members are excused from 6th and 7th periods tomorrow for the Holiday Concert Rehearsal.
  • The 8th grade Orchestra concert is on Thursday, December 8th at Central Middle School. The concert begins at 7pm and participating students should arrive with their instruments and music at 6:30pm.
  • Are you a senior athlete planning on playing your sport in college?  Have you registered with the NCAA or taken your ACT or SAT?  If not, College Now can help!  Please see us in Room 147 for more information.
  • ImpACT the 216 is an 8-week program designed to help students meet state and local standards in core academic subject areas, specifically mathematics and reading.  Also we offer bus tickets, daily lunches and field trips, college tours, internship opportunities and a chance for a $100 dollar stipend. If you’re interested in joining ImpACT the 216 please visit their webpage.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to stand up with Panther PRIDE.  Have a motivated Monday.

Friday, December 2, 2016

12/02/16 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are standing up with Panther PRIDE.  Today is Friday, December 2nd.  Welcome to the Morning Show.
  • The library will be closed next week for testing.  Students in first and seventh period study halls will report to room 295.  Today, seventh period study hall will be open only to those students who are on the roster.
Meetings:
  • All students playing baseball at EHS this spring or interested in playing baseball this spring our team breakfast is tomorrow morning at 10 am at IHOP on Som Center road in Willoughby.
  • The next meeting of the National Honor Society will be Tuesday Dec 6 at 2:30 in room 342. See Mr. Zucca if you have any questions.
  • The 8th grade band concert is on Tuesday, December 6th at Central Middle School. The concert begins at 7pm and participating students should arrive with their instruments and music at 6:30pm.
  • Euclid High School’s Symphonic Orchestra and Choirs will present their annual Holiday Concert on Wed. Dec. 7 at 7:00pm in the Euclid High School Auditorium.  Admission is $3.00.  The Orchestra will also present a sneak preview of the Holiday Concert during 1st period on Wed. Dec. 7 in the auditorium.  All 1st period teachers are invited to attend!
  • The 8th grade Orchestra concert is on Thursday, December 8th at Central Middle School. The concert begins at 7pm and participating students should arrive with their instruments and music at 6:30pm.
  • Are you a senior athlete planning on playing your sport in college?  Have you registered with the NCAA or taken your ACT or SAT?  If not, College Now can help!  Please see us in Room 147 for more information.
  • ImpACT the 216 is an 8-week program designed to help students meet state and local standards in core academic subject areas, specifically mathematics and reading.  Also we offer bus tickets, daily lunches and field trips, college tours, internship opportunities and a chance for a $100 dollar stipend. If you’re interested in joining ImpACT the 216 please visit their webpage.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to stand up with Panther PRIDE.  Have a fantastic Friday.

12/01/16 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are standing up with Panther PRIDE.  Today is Thursday, December 1st.
  • IE today is for 7th period. 
Meetings:
  • Attention Art Club! We are postponing today's meeting until next Tuesday, December 6th after school. Please come to help finalize our party plans!
  • There will be a Stand Up committee and Senior Ambassador meeting today in room 263 at 2:40pm. Hope to see you there!
  • Foreign Language Club is having B-week Bakery.  Come to the E-Room hall today from 2:30 to 3:00 for home baked goods, chips and other snacks.  ALL snacks are fifty cents and one dollar.
  • Attention SAVE Club! We will meet today after school in room 391.  We will make holiday ornaments out of discarded materials, so bring your creativity.  See Mr. Young or Mrs. Spivey if you have any questions.
  • This is a reminder to sophomores that the Lake Shore Compact Career Technical Education Expo is tonight at Mentor High School from 6:00 – 7:30pm in the Student Center.  This event is for sophomore students and their families interested in a Career Tech program.
  • The 8th grade band concert is on Tuesday, December 6th at Central Middle School. The concert begins at 7pm and participating students should arrive with their instruments and music at 6:30pm.
  • Euclid High School’s Symphonic Orchestra and Choirs will present their annual Holiday Concert on Wed. Dec. 7 at 7:00pm in the Euclid High School Auditorium.  Admission is $3.00.  The Orchestra will also present a sneak preview of the Holiday Concert during 1st period on Wed. Dec. 7 in the auditorium.  All 1st period teachers are invited to attend!
  • The 8th grade Orchestra concert is on Thursday, December 8th at Central Middle School. The concert begins at 7pm and participating students should arrive with their instruments and music at 6:30pm.
  • Are you a senior athlete planning on playing your sport in college?  Have you registered with the NCAA or taken your ACT or SAT?  If not, College Now can help!  Please see us in Room 147 for more information.
  • impACT the 216 is an 8-week, tri-annual program that focuses on ACT preparation and college and career readiness.  The goal of the program is to help students meet state and local standards in core academic subject areas, specifically mathematics and reading.  Also we offer bus tickets, daily lunches and field trips.  Upon program completion, students are eligible for a $100 dollar stipend, college tours and an internship opportunity. If you’re interested in joining impACT the 216 please visit their webpage.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to stand up with Panther PRIDE.  Have a great Thursday.

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

11/30/16 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are standing up with Panther PRIDE.  Today is Wednesday, November 30th.
Meetings:
  • Attention all students interested in Big Show Cast, Crew, or Orchestra.  There will be a short informational meeting today in the choir room from 2:30-3:00pm.  This is meeting is mandatory so please plan accordingly.  See Mrs. Ross in the choir room with any questions.
  • There is a meeting after school today at 2:45 in cafeteria for all players 8th through 11th grade interested in playing football
  • Culture Club will meet briefly in the EHS library at 2:30 pm today.
  • There will be a Stand Up committee and Senior Ambassador meeting on Thursday in room 263 at 2:40pm. Hope to see you there!
  • Foreign Language Club is having B-week Bakery.  Come to the E-Room hall on Thursday from 2:30 to 3:00 for home baked goods, chips and other snacks.  ALL snacks are fifty cents and one dollar.
  • Attention Key Club Members: If you are planning on going on any of the upcoming field trips, please see Mrs. Rosati-Kudej in room 223 to get your permission slip forms.  These forms are due at our next meeting on December 1st.
  • Attention SAVE Club! We will meet this Thursday, December 1st,  after school in room 391. We will make holiday ornaments out of discarded materials, so bring your creativity. See Mr. Young or Mrs. Spivey if you have any questions.
  • The Lake Shore Compact would like to invite sophomore students and their families to our Career Technical Education Expo at Mentor High School on December 1, 2016 from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. in the Student Center.  This Expo is designed to provide all 10th grade students and their families more information about the 23 programs that we offer.  Both instructors and current career tech students will be here to discuss their program and answer any questions that you may have.  The primary objective for each program is to prepare students to enter a four or two year college, a technical school or the career of their choosing.  Visit www.LakeShoreCompact.org for a list of programs.  Remember: YOUR FUTURE STARTS NOW!
  • Euclid High School’s Symphonic Orchestra and Choirs will present their annual Holiday Concert on Wed. Dec. 7 at 7:00pm in the Euclid High School Auditorium.  Admission is $3.00.  The Orchestra will present a sneak preview of the Holiday Concert during 1st period on Wed. Dec. 7 in the auditorium.  All 1st period teachers are invited to attend!
  • Are you a senior athlete planning on playing your sport in college?  Have you registered with the NCAA or taken your ACT or SAT?  If not, College Now can help!  Please see us in Room 147 for more information.
  • impACT the 216 is an 8-week, tri-annual program that focuses on ACT preparation and college and career readiness.  The goal of the program is to help students meet state and local standards in core academic subject areas, specifically mathematics and reading.  Also we offer bus tickets, daily lunches and field trips.  Upon program completion, students are eligible for a $100 dollar stipend, college tours and an internship opportunity. If you’re interested in joining impACT the 216 please visit their webpage.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to stand up with Panther PRIDE.  Have a great Wednesday.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

11/29/16 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are standing up with Panther PRIDE.  Today is Tuesday, November 29th.
  • The 8th grade swim team beat Bedford 117 to 70.  The top team scorers were: Sydney Adkins and Shawn Mason, both with 14 points.  The next top scorers were Christina Saterides, Melissa Maina and Rolland Miller each with 11 points.  Congratulations swim team. Our next meet against Bedford is at home on December 7.  Come watch the excitement.
  • Foreign Language Club is having B-week Bakery.  Come to the E-Room hall on Thursday from 2:30 to 3:00 for home baked goods, chips and other snacks.  ALL snacks are fifty cents and one dollar.
Meetings:
  • Are you thinking about becoming a teacher?  Come to the Educators Rising meeting after school today in room 231.  Please plan to attend and help plan our events for this school year!
  • Any 8th grade girl interested in playing basketball this 2016-17 school year, try-outs start November 29th.  You must be in Ms. Bowers' room 103 by 2:40pm to sign in. You must come with tennis shoes, sweats or shorts, and a t-shirt. 
  • Attention Yearbook staff: There is a meeting today at 2:30 in room 298. See you there!
  • Attention Survey newspaper staff: There is a meeting today in room 298 at 3:15. If you are interested in joining the newspaper staff, please stop by to learn all about our next issue!
  • There is baseball conditioning today for grades 8-12 from 3:45-4:45. Athletes should meet by the weight room.
  • Attention all students interested in Big Show Cast, Crew, or Orchestra.  There will be a short informational meeting this Wednesday November 30th in the choir room from 2:30-3:00pm.  This is meeting is mandatory so please plan accordingly.  See Mrs. Ross in the choir room with any questions.
  • Meeting for all new and current football players in grades 8-11 this Wednesday at 2:45 in the cafeteria.
  • Attention Key Club Members: If you are planning on going on any of the upcoming field trips, please see Mrs. Rosati-Kudej in room 223 to get your permission slip forms.  These forms are due at our next meeting on December 1st.
  • Attention SAVE Club! We will meet this Thursday, December 1st,  after school in room 391. We will make holiday ornaments out of discarded materials, so bring your creativity. See Mr. Young or Mrs. Spivey if you have any questions.
  • The Lake Shore Compact would like to invite sophomore students and their families to our Career Technical Education Expo at Mentor High School on December 1, 2016 from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. in the Student Center.  This Expo is designed to provide all 10th grade students and their families more information about the 23 programs that we offer.  Both instructors and current career tech students will be here to discuss their program and answer any questions that you may have.  The primary objective for each program is to prepare students to enter a four or two year college, a technical school or the career of their choosing.  Visit www.LakeShoreCompact.org for a list of programs.  Remember: YOUR FUTURE STARTS NOW!
  • Euclid High School’s Symphonic Orchestra and Choirs will present their annual Holiday Concert on Wed. Dec. 7 at 7:00pm in the Euclid High School Auditorium.  The concert will include the traditional candle light processional to “O Come All Ye Faithful” by Choral Masters, the Varsity Choral Competition Show and the Symphonic Orchestra performing “The Hallelujah Chorus” with all the choirs.  Admission is $3.00.  The Orchestra will present a sneak preview of the Holiday Concert during 1st period on Wed. Dec. 7 in the auditorium.  All 1st period teachers are invited to attend!
  • Are you a senior athlete planning on playing your sport in college?  Have you registered with the NCAA or taken your ACT or SAT?  If not, College Now can help!  Please see us in Room 147 for more information.
  • impACT the 216 is an 8-week, tri-annual program that focuses on ACT preparation and college and career readiness.  The goal of the program is to help students meet state and local standards in core academic subject areas, specifically mathematics and reading.  Also we offer bus tickets, daily lunches and field trips.  Upon program completion, students are eligible for a $100 dollar stipend, college tours and an internship opportunity. If you’re interested in joining impACT the 216 please visit their webpage.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to stand up with Panther PRIDE.  Have a great Tuesday.

Monday, November 28, 2016

11/28/16 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are standing up with Panther PRIDE.  Today is Monday, November 28th. 
Meetings:
  • Attention Key Club Members: If you are planning on going on any of the upcoming field trips, please see Mrs. Rosati-Kudej in room 223 to get your permission slip forms.  These forms are due at our next meeting on December 1st.
  • Are you thinking about becoming a teacher? Come to the Educators Rising meeting after school on Tuesday in room 231. Please plan to attend and help plan our events for this school year!
  • Any 8th grade girl interested in playing basketball this 2016-17 school year, try-outs start November 29th.  You must be in Ms. Bowers' room 103 by 2:40pm to sign in. You must come with tennis shoes, sweats or shorts, and a t-shirt. 
  • Euclid High School’s Symphonic Orchestra and Choirs will present their annual Holiday Concert on Wed. Dec. 7 at 7:00pm in the Euclid High School Auditorium.  The concert will include the traditional candle light processional to “O Come All Ye Faithful” by Choral Masters, the Varsity Choral Competition Show and the Symphonic Orchestra performing “The Hallelujah Chorus” with all the choirs.  Admission is $3.00.
  • The Lake Shore Compact would like to invite sophomore students and their families to our Career Technical Education Expo at Mentor High School on December 1, 2016 from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. in the Student Center.  This Expo is designed to provide all 10th grade students and their families more information about the 23 programs that we offer.  Both instructors and current career tech students will be here to discuss their program and answer any questions that you may have.  The primary objective for each program is to prepare students to enter a four or two year college, a technical school or the career of their choosing.  Visit www.LakeShoreCompact.org for a list of programs.  Remember: YOUR FUTURE STARTS NOW!
  • Are you a senior athlete planning on playing your sport in college?  Have you registered with the NCAA or taken your ACT or SAT?  If not, College Now can help!  Please see us in Room 147 for more information. 
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to stand up with Panther PRIDE.  Have a great Monday.