Thursday, April 26, 2018

04/26/18 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Thursday, April 26th.
  • Yearbooks have arrived! If you ordered one ahead of time, or would like to purchase one now, come to room 298 after school Wednesday, Thursday or Friday this week. Price is $50 cash, check or money order at time of purchase.
  • Newspaper staff!  There will be a meeting today in room 298 after school.
  • Attention Art Club Members!  There will be an informational meeting today after school in room 199 about our upcoming mural project.  Hope you can make it!
  • Attention all girls interested in playing soccer. There will be conditioning on Sunday from 12-1 on the new soccer field here at the high school.
  • The last meeting of the National Honor Society will be this Tuesday, May 1 after school at 2:20 in room 342.  Please make every effort to attend. See Mr. Zucca if you have any questions.
  • Attention Pantherettes and students entering high school band next year!  There will be a Marching Band meeting for new band members and their parents on Wednesday, May 2 at 7pm in the high school band room! They look forward to seeing you there.
  • Attention Seniors! Prom King and Queen applications are now available from Mrs. Latessa in Room 296.  Applications are due to Mrs. Latessa by Tuesday, May 8.
  • Attention seniors!  Senior Prom contracts are available in the 11th and 12th grade unit.  School fees must be paid before purchasing a ticket.  Prom tickets will go on sale beginning Monday, April 30 through Wednesday, May 9.  If you have questions about prom or after prom, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296.
  • The senior Dave and Buster's field trip permission slips are available in the 11th and 12th grade unit office.  Signed permission slips and $40 cash or money order are due to Mrs. Latessa in Room 296 by Monday, May 7.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296.
  • Interested in athletics? Whether you are an athlete or not, stop by the athletics office in the main hallway to sign up and get more information about the all new Sports Management Club. All inducted members get a Nike Dri-fit top AND get the opportunity to work for the department.
  • Euclid High School’s Concert Band & Orchestra along with our very own 8th Grade Band & Orchestra and East 222nd Street Jazz will present their annual Spring Concert tonight at 7:00pm in the high school Auditorium.  The Band Concert will also be presented 7th period TODAY.  All 7th period classes are welcome!  Admission to the concert is $3.
  • If you are a student who continues to be referral free or has perfect attendance, you will be invited to Panther Palooza!  This event will be held on Friday, May 11th!  Get ready for lunch, a dunk tank, pie in the face, music, and more!  It’s your time.  Thank you for always being respectful, responsible, and shown integrity.  You make us Panther proud.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a Thought-filled Thursday!

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

04/24/18 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Wednesday, April 25th.
  • April is a month dedicated to raising awareness about sexual violence and increasing the public’s understanding about sexual violence in our society.  Here is another special message about this important issue.
  • Attention seniors:  Library fines are separate from fines from the treasurer and must be paid before you can go to prom or pick up your cap and gown.  Seniors will be allowed to enter the library to return books and/or pay fines, however, you must enter quietly through the double glass doors at the north end of the library.
  • Yearbooks have arrived! If you ordered one ahead of time, or would like to purchase one now, come to room 298 after school Wednesday, Thursday or Friday this week. Price is $50 cash, check or money order at time of purchase.
  • Congratulations to Mrs. Walsh-Hilf's High Membean Achievers for last week: Jamail Spivey, Rayne Latham, Denajah Coates, LaShae Bacon, Jalen Hobson.  Keep up the good work and the growth mindset.
  • Newspaper staff! We have a meeting this week--make sure you are working on your story before Thursday.  See you in room 298 after school on Thursday!
  • Attention all girls interested in playing soccer. There will be conditioning on Sunday from 12-1 on the new soccer field here at the high school.
  • Attention Pantherettes and students entering high school band next year!  There will be a Marching Band meeting for new band members and their parents on Wednesday, May 2 at 7pm in the high school band room! They look forward to seeing you there.
  • If you are a student who continues to be referral free or has perfect attendance, you will be invited to Panther Palooza!  This event will be held on Friday, May 11th!  Get ready for lunch, a dunk tank, pie in the face, music, and more!  It’s your time.  Thank you for always being respectful, responsible, and shown integrity.  You make us Panther proud.
  • Attention Seniors! Prom King and Queen applications are now available from Mrs. Latessa in Room 296. Applications are due to Mrs. Latessa by Tuesday, May 8.
  • Attention seniors!  Senior Prom contracts are available in the 11th and 12th grade unit.  School fees must be paid before purchasing a ticket.  Prom tickets will go on sale beginning Monday, April 30 through Wednesday, May 9.  If you have questions about prom or after prom, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296. 
  • The senior Dave and Buster's field trip permission slips are available in the 11th and 12th grade unit office.  Signed permission slips and $40 cash or money order are due to Mrs. Latessa in Room 296 by Monday, May 7.  Don't miss out on this senior event!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296. 
  • Attention students in 9th-11th grade. If you had Ms. Shamblen for 8th grade English and would be willing to let her use your Magnificent Marvelous Me project as an example for this year's students, please bring your project to room 123!
  • Interested in athletics? Whether you are an athlete or not, stop by the athletics office in the main hallway to sign up and get more information about the all new Sports Management Club. All inducted members get a Nike Dri-fit top AND get the opportunity to work for the department.
  • Euclid High School’s Concert Band & Orchestra annual Spring Concert will be Thursday, April 26 at 7:00pm in the high school Auditorium.   A reminder to all band members that dress rehearsal is Wednesday, April 18 from 5-6:30pm.  Admission to the concert is $3.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a wonderful Wednesday!

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

04/24/18 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Tuesday, April 24th.
  • Attention seniors:  Library fines are separate from fines from the treasurer and must be paid before you can go to prom or pick up your cap and gown.  Seniors will be allowed to enter the library to return books and/or pay fines, however, you must enter quietly through the double glass doors at the north end of the library.
  • The Lady Panthers track team ran this past Saturday and came in 4th place out of 12 teams.  Medal winners for the ladies were Caisja Chandler who placed first in the 100 meter dash, 200 meter dash, 4 x 200, and 4 x 100 relay.  Cori Crump who placed first in the 100 meter hurdles, second in the 300 meter hurdles, and first in the 4 x 200 and 4 x 100.  Kristan Ross who placed fourth in the 100 meter dash, third in the 400 dash, and first in the 4 x 200 and 4 x 100.  Talia Maclin who placed first in the 4 x 200 and 4 x 100.  Marquette Makupson and Dominique Woods who placed eighth in the long jump, and Devinay Bolar, Arianna Dial, Megan Cook and Nadia Cook who placed eighth in the 4 x 800 relay. 
  • Coach Ingram would like to congratulate Deianira Ashley and Alaysha Rogers for winning their #1 doubles match against South Euclid Lyndhurst 8-3.  The match was exciting and these two second year players easily defeated their opponents.  Congratulations ladies. 
  • Open gym for Tuesday 4/24 has been canceled.
  • Newspaper staff! We have a meeting this week--make sure you are working on your story before Thursday. See you in room 298 after school on Thursday!
  • Attention Pantherettes and students entering high school band next year!  There will be a Marching Band meeting for new band members and their parents on Wednesday, May 2 at 7pm in the high school band room! They look forward to seeing you there.
  • If you are a student who continues to be referral free or has perfect attendance, you will be invited to Panther Palooza!  This event will be held on Friday, May 11th!  Get ready for lunch, a dunk tank, pie in the face, music, and more!  It’s your time.  Thank you for always being respectful, responsible, and shown integrity.  You make us Panther proud.
  • Attention seniors!  Senior Prom contracts are available in the 11th and 12th grade unit.  School fees must be paid before purchasing a ticket.  Prom tickets will go on sale beginning Monday, April 30 through Wednesday, May 9.  If you have questions about prom or after prom, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296. 
  • The senior Dave and Buster's field trip permission slips are available in the 11th and 12th grade unit office.  Signed permission slips and $40 cash or money order are due to Mrs. Latessa in Room 296 by Monday, May 7.  Don't miss out on this senior event!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296. 
  • Attention students in 9th-11th grade. If you had Ms. Shamblen for 8th grade English and would be willing to let her use your Magnificent Marvelous Me project as an example for this year's students, please bring your project to room 123!
  • Euclid High School’s Concert Band & Orchestra annual Spring Concert will be Thursday, April 26 at 7:00pm in the high school Auditorium.   A reminder to all band members that dress rehearsal is Wednesday, April 18 from 5-6:30pm.  Admission to the concert is $3.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a terrific Tuesday!

Monday, April 23, 2018

04/23/18 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Monday, April 23rd.
  • April is a month dedicated to raising awareness about sexual violence and increasing the public’s understanding about sexual violence in our society.  Here is another special message about this important issue.
  • Attention seniors:  Library fines are separate from fines from the treasurer and must be paid before you can go to prom or pick up your cap and gown.  Seniors will be allowed to enter the library to return books and/or pay fines, however, you must enter quietly through the double glass doors at the north end of the library.
  • Today’s class SHOUT! Outs are from Mrs. Simmons' to her first and fourth period classes for their great behavior during Monday's literary egg hunt!  And from Ms. Henry to her  second period class for being flexible, kind, and incredibly hard-working with a different teacher during state testing.
  • Congratulations to Ms. Henry's top Membean users for accuracy.  Great job Jayshawn Thomas, Torron Brown, Jayda Edwards, Janya Parrish, Trevionte Rembert, and Camari Smith.  Keep up the great work!
  • 7th & 8th grade middle school track and field report: The boys and girls scored the most points out of 32 teams in Friday’s Mentor Cardinals Middle School Track Invitational. The girls came in 1st and boys 4th place. Great Job to the following athletes: YaJhaira Reid: 1st in the 100 meters, anchored the 4x200 relay to 1st place, and 3rd in the long jump. Alexis Cain: 1st 400 meters and 200 meters, and anchored the 4x400 relay for a 2nd place finish. Sydnei Deloach: lead off runner for the 1st place 4x200 relay and 2nd place 4x400 relay. Alaysia McKinney: 1st place in long jump, 3rd leg for the 1st place finishing 4x200 relay. Other members that supported the girls victory: 8th graders Jade Neal, Kiera Johnson both ran in 4x400 relay, Alyssa Robinson 4x100 relay, 7th graders A’Amari Holsey, Dajanay Bailey, & Charli Coleman in both 4x100 and 4x200 relay. The boys also did well. Jordan Cannon: 1st place in the long jump, 4th in the 400 meters, and 2nd in the 4x100 relay. Sydney Little: 1st in the 200 meters, 2nd in the100 meters, and 2nd 4x100 relay. Claishon Ivory: 2nd in the 4x100 relay and 4th in the high jump. Duron Ramsey: 2nd in the long jump. And Ty Howard: 6th in the shot put.
  • Attention students in 9th-11th grade. If you had Ms. Shamblen for 8th grade English and would be willing to let her use your Magnificent Marvelous Me project as an example for this year's students, please bring your project to room 123!
  • Attention Pantherettes and students entering high school band next year!  There will be a Marching Band meeting for new band members and their parents on Wednesday, May 2 at 7pm in the high school band room! They look forward to seeing you there.
  • If you are a student who continues to be referral free or has perfect attendance, you will be invited to Panther Palooza!  This event will be held on Friday, May 11th!  Get ready for lunch, a dunk tank, pie in the face, music, and more!  It’s your time.  Thank you for always being respectful, responsible, and shown integrity.  You make us Panther proud.
  • Attention seniors!  Senior Prom contracts are available in the 11th and 12th grade unit.  School fees must be paid before purchasing a ticket.  Prom tickets will go on sale beginning Monday, April 30 through Wednesday, May 9.  If you have questions about prom or after prom, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296. 
  • The senior Dave and Buster's field trip permission slips are available in the 11th and 12th grade unit office.  Signed permission slips and $40 cash or money order are due to Mrs. Latessa in Room 296 by Monday, May 7.  Don't miss out on this senior event!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296. 
  • Euclid High School’s Concert Band & Orchestra annual Spring Concert will be Thursday, April 26 at 7:00pm in the high school Auditorium.   A reminder to all band members that dress rehearsal is Wednesday, April 18 from 5-6:30pm.  Admission to the concert is $3.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a motivated Monday!

Friday, April 20, 2018

04/20/18 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Friday, April 20th.
  • Are you feeling stressed with all these AIR Tests? Would you like to create a stress ball to help you relieve some of this stress while you are taking the Algebra I or Geometry tests Monday? If so, NJHS members will be selling stress balls in the Cafeteria and E-Room today during all lunch periods for .50 cents each. Come and make your own!
  • Attention students in 9th-11th grade. If you had Ms. Shamblen for 8th grade English and would be willing to let her use your Magnificent Marvelous Me project as an example for this year's students, please bring your project to room 123!
  • All National Honor Society members that are participating in the M. S. walk-a-thon need to turn in permission slips. See Mr. Zucca if you have any questions.
  • The Senior Art Show is today from 10-12pm.  Come and see the excellent work our senior have to show.  Artwork is for sale!
  • Attention Pantherettes and students entering high school band next year!  There will be a Marching Band meeting for new band members and their parents on Wednesday, May 2 at 7pm in the high school band room! They look forward to seeing you there.
  • If you are a student who continues to be referral free or has perfect attendance, you will be invited to Panther Palooza!  This event will be held on Friday, May 11th!  Get ready for lunch, a dunk tank, pie in the face, music, and more!  It’s your time.  Thank you for always being respectful, responsible, and shown integrity.  You make us Panther proud.
  • Attention Seniors!  The following important announcements are for you.
    • Senior scholarship deadlines are approaching fast.  If you are interested in education, beauty school or have completed community service - see Mrs. Gonakis in room 324 to see if you are qualified to apply.
    • Senior Prom contracts are available in the 11th and 12th grade unit.  School fees must be paid before purchasing a ticket.  Prom tickets will go on sale beginning Monday, April 30 through Wednesday, May 9.  If you have questions about prom or after prom, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296.
    • The senior Dave and Buster's field trip permission slips are available in the 11th and 12th grade unit office.  Signed permission slips and $40 cash or money order are due to Mrs. Latessa in Room 296 by Monday, May 7.  Don't miss out on this senior event!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296.
  • Euclid High School’s Concert Band & Orchestra annual Spring Concert will be Thursday, April 26 at 7:00pm in the high school Auditorium.   A reminder to all band members that dress rehearsal is Wednesday, April 18 from 5-6:30pm.  Admission to the concert is $3.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a fantastic Friday!

04/19/18 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Wednesday, April 19th.
  • Attention all students and staff. This upcoming Friday you are invited to participate in a national school walkout activity so you can voice your concerns about gun violence. This is a serious event and is not meant to be taken lightly. Please do not participate unless you are able to show yourself to be a responsible member of our Euclid High School community. In order to participate, please use the Google Form that your homeroom teacher will give you during homeroom today or tomorrow. If you choose to participate, then on Friday, your homeroom teacher will give you an orange bracelet. After your 3rd period class, those with orange bracelets will be released from class to head to the athletic entrance. From there we will enter the stadium to hear student speakers talk about the impact of gun violence. After a moment of silence, you will be released back to your classes. If you are not participating in the walkout, you will remain in 3rd period with your teacher who will have a lesson about how young people have changed American history. City council members and members of the community will be on hand to see Euclid High students working together to improve their society. If you are wearing an orange bracelet, please exit and reenter the building quickly and quietly. All students should be in their assigned areas at all times. Remember to sign up using the Google Form from your homeroom teacher and remember to wear orange on Friday. If you have any questions, please see Dr. Stephens in room 347.
  • Attention students in 9th-11th grade. If you had Ms. Shamblen for 8th grade English and would be willing to let her use your Magnificent Marvelous Me project as an example for this year's students, please bring your project to room 123!
  • All National Honor Society members that are participating in the M. S. walk a thon need to turn in permission slips. See Mr. Zucca if you have any questions.
  • Newspaper staff! Meeting today in room 298 after school until 3:15. See you there!
  • The Senior Class Cabinet will be meeting today at 2:30 p.m. in Room 296 to finalize some things for prom and after prom.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Latessa. 
  • Attention SAVE environmental club! There will be a meeting today after school in room 390. We will discuss our involvement with the Euclid Big Clean this Saturday. Please see Mr. Young or Mrs. Spivey if you have any questions.
  • The Senior Art Show is today 6:00pm-8:00pm in the High School Auditorium. The Day show will run Friday, April 20th from 10-12pm. Come and see the excellent work our senior have to show. Artwork is for sale!
  • Congratulations!  If you are a student who continues to be referral free or has perfect attendance, you will be invited to Panther Palooza!  This event will be held on the field of the new stadium on Friday, May 11th! Get ready for lunch, a dunk tank, pie in the face, music, and more!  It’s your time.  Thank you for always being respectful, responsible, and shown integrity.  You make us Panther proud.
  • Attention Seniors!  The following important announcements are for you.
    • Deadlines for many of the senior scholarships that will be presented at Senior Awards night are approaching.  If you are interested in education, beauty school or have completed community service - see Mrs. Gonakis in room 324 to see if you are qualified to apply. 
    • Senior Prom contracts will be available in the 11th and 12th grade unit office beginning today.  School fees must be paid before purchasing a ticket.  Prom tickets will go on sale beginning Monday, April 30 and run through Wednesday, May 9.  If you have questions about prom or after prom, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296. 
    • The senior Dave and Buster's field trip permission slips are available in the 11th and 12th grade unit office.  Signed permission slips and $40 cash or money order are due to Mrs. Latessa in Room 296 by Monday, May 7.  Don't miss out on this senior event!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296. 
  • Euclid High School’s Concert Band & Orchestra along with our 8th Grade Band & Orchestra will present their annual Spring Concert Thursday, April 26 at 7:00pm in the high school Auditorium.  Please note that the date has been changed to 1 week later.  The orchestra Concert will be presented 1st period and the band concert 7th period the day of the concert on Thursday, April 26.  All 1st and 7th period classes are welcome!  A reminder to all band members that dress rehearsal is Wednesday, April 18 from 5-6:30pm.  Admission to the concert is $3.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a thoughtful Thursday!

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

04/18/18 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Wednesday, April 18th.
  • April is a month dedicated to raising awareness about sexual violence and increasing the public’s understanding about sexual violence in our society.  Here is another special message about this important issue.
  • Congratulations to the top readers on team Jaguar in the 40 Book Challenge. The top readers include: Camron Talton at 35 books, Jessica Specht at 30 books, Jaylon Wilkins at 28 books, Brelann Baskin and Keyara Phillips who have both read 25 books. As a team, Jaguar students have read 1,110 books! Congratulations to all of the students who are working very hard to reach their goal of 40 books this school year!
  • Attention all students and staff. This upcoming Friday you are invited to participate in a national school walkout activity so you can voice your concerns about gun violence. This is a serious event and is not meant to be taken lightly. Please do not participate unless you are able to show yourself to be a responsible member of our Euclid High School community. In order to participate, please use the Google Form that your homeroom teacher will give you during homeroom today or tomorrow. After your 3rd period class, those who wish to participate will be released from class to head to the athletic entrance. From there we will enter the stadium to hear student speakers talk about the impact of gun violence. We will then unite as a community to form the number 13 on the field in commemoration of the 13 individuals who lost their lives in the Columbine school shooting in 1999. After a moment of silence, you will be released back to your classes. If you are not participating in the walkout, you will remain in your 3rd period class where your teacher will have a lesson about how young people have changed American history. City council members and members of the community will be on hand to see Euclid High students working together to improve their society. Please exit and reenter the building quickly and quietly. All students should be in their assigned areas at all times. Remember to sign up using the Google Form from your homeroom teacher and remember to wear orange on Friday. If you have any questions, please see Dr. Stephens in room 347.
  • Attention students in 9th-11th grade. If you had Ms. Shamblen for 8th grade English and would be willing to let her use your Magnificent Marvelous Me project as an example for this year's students, please bring your project to room 123!
  • All National Honor Society members that are participating in the M. S. walk a thon need to turn in permission slips. See Mr. Zucca if you have any questions.
  • Culture Club will sponsor a speaker from Tri C on Human Trafficking at the Euclid Public Library today. The session begins at 2:30 pm until 3:45pm. It will be held in the Lake Room. ,See Ms Russo in Room 147 if you are interested in attending. Thanks!
  • Congratulations!  If you are a student who continues to be referral free or has perfect attendance, you will be invited to Panther Palooza!  This event will be held on the field of the new stadium on Friday, May 11th! Get ready for lunch, a dunk tank, pie in the face, music, and more!  It’s your time.  Thank you for always being respectful, responsible, and shown integrity.  You make us Panther proud.
  • The Senior Art Show is Thursday, April 19th from 6:00pm-8:00pm in the High School Auditorium. The Day show will run Friday, April 20th from 10-12pm. Come and see the excellent work our senior have to show. Artwork is for sale!
  • Attention SAVE environmental club! There will be a meeting this Thursday, April 19th after school in room 390. We will discuss our involvement with the Euclid Big Clean this Saturday. Please see Mr. Young or Mrs. Spivey if you have any questions.
  • Attention all students - The athletics department is excited to announce a new club for the 2018-2019 school year. If you are interested in working in athletics, please come to the athletics office to sign up for the all new Sports Management Club. 
  • Do you like to sing, dance, work hard, and compete against other high school students?  The Varsity Chorale Show Choir wants you!  Auditions are Tuesday April 24 and Wednesday April 25th.  There will be a mandatory informational meeting about auditions for next year's group today in the choir room from 2:20-3:00pm.  Come check it out and see how Varsity Chorale can become part of your EHS experience!  Please see Mrs. Ross in the choir room with any questions!
  • Attention Seniors!  The following important announcements are for you.
    • The Senior Class Cabinet will be meeting on Thursday, April 19 at 2:30 p.m. in Room 296 to finalize some things for prom and after prom.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Latessa. 
    • Deadlines for many of the scholarships that will be presented at Senior Awards night are approaching.  If you are interested in education, beauty school or have completed community service - see Mrs. Gonakis in room 324 to see if you are qualified to apply. 
    • Prom contracts will be available in the 11th and 12th grade unit office beginning today.  School fees must be paid before purchasing a ticket.  Prom tickets will go on sale beginning Monday, April 30 and run through Wednesday, May 9.  If you have questions about prom or after prom, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296. 
    • Dave and Buster's field trip permission slips are available in the 11th and 12th grade unit office.  Signed permission slips and $40 cash or money order are due to Mrs. Latessa in Room 296 by Monday, May 7.  Don't miss out on this senior event!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296. 
  • Euclid High School’s Concert Band & Orchestra along with our 8th Grade Band & Orchestra will present their annual Spring Concert Thursday, April 26 at 7:00pm in the high school Auditorium.  Please note that the date has been changed to 1 week later.  The orchestra Concert will be presented 1st period and the band concert 7th period the day of the concert on Thursday, April 26.  All 1st and 7th period classes are welcome!  A reminder to all band members that dress rehearsal is Wednesday, April 18 from 5-6:30pm.  Admission to the concert is $3.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a wonderful Wednesday!

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

04/17/18 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Tuesday, April 
  • Shoutout to Mrs. Simmons' first and fourth period classes for their great behavior during Monday's literary egg hunt!
  • On Friday April 20th, to commemorate the 19th anniversary of the Columbine shooting and to remember other victims of gun violence, Euclid High School will be participating may choose to participate in the planned National Walkout Day activities. We are asking everyone to wear the color orange on this day to commemorate all who have lost their lives to gun violence. Those who choose to participate further will walk out of school and will meet in our new Panther Football stadium. We are giving you the opportunity to participate in an event that will push for social change at a time when the voices of young people must be heard. At no time are you required to join us on April 20th and we politely recommend you refrain from participation if you are unable to behave accordingly or do not understand the seriousness of events. We ask that any student interested in participating register through the Google Form that your homeroom teacher will share with you. We look forward to seeing you there! Bring your voice, passions, and concerns as we collectively stand for change!
  • Attention students in 9th-11th grade. If you had Ms. Shamblen for 8th grade English and would be willing to let her use your Magnificent Marvelous Me project as an example for this year's students, please bring your project to room 123!
  • Attention to all presenters for the 2018 PAWS Awards. Today is a mandatory rehearsal right after school in the little theater. Please be on-time to the little theater, after school, today.
  • Culture Club will sponsor a speaker from Tri C on Human Trafficking at the Euclid Public Library Wednesday April 18, 2018. The session begins at 2:30 pm until 3:45pm. It will be held in the Lake Room. ,See Ms Russo in Room 147 if you are interested in attending. Thanks!
  • Congratulations!  If you are a student who continues to be referral free or has perfect attendance, you will be invited to Panther Palooza!  This event will be held on the field of the new stadium on Friday, May 11th! Get ready for lunch, a dunk tank, pie in the face, music, and more!  It’s your time.  Thank you for always being respectful, responsible, and shown integrity.  You make us Panther proud.
  • The Senior Art Show is Thursday, April 19th from 6:00pm-8:00pm in the High School Auditorium. The Day show will run Friday, April 20th from 10-12pm. Come and see the excellent work our senior have to show. Artwork is for sale!
  • Attention SAVE environmental club! There will be a meeting this Thursday, April 19th after school in room 390. We will discuss our involvement with the Euclid Big Clean this Saturday. Please see Mr. Young or Mrs. Spivey if you have any questions.
  • Attention all students - The athletics department is excited to announce a new club for the 2018-2019 school year. If you are interested in working in athletics, please come to the athletics office to sign up for the all new Sports Management Club.
  • Do you like to sing, dance, work hard, and compete against other high school students?  The Varsity Chorale Show Choir wants you!  Auditions are Tuesday April 24 and Wednesday April 25th.  There will be a mandatory informational meeting about auditions for next year's group today in the choir room from 2:20-3:00pm.  Come check it out and see how Varsity Chorale can become part of your EHS experience!  Please see Mrs. Ross in the choir room with any questions!
  • Attention Seniors!  The following important announcements are for you.
    • The Senior Class Cabinet will be meeting on Thursday, April 19 at 2:30 p.m. in Room 296 to finalize some things for prom and after prom.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Latessa.
    • Deadlines for many of the scholarships that will be presented at Senior Awards night are approaching.  If you are interested in education, beauty school or have completed community service - see Mrs. Gonakis in room 324 to see if you are qualified to apply.
    • Prom contracts will be available in the 11th and 12th grade unit office beginning today.  School fees must be paid before purchasing a ticket.  Prom tickets will go on sale beginning Monday, April 30 and run through Wednesday, May 9.  If you have questions about prom or after prom, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296.
    • Dave and Buster's field trip permission slips are available in the 11th and 12th grade unit office.  Signed permission slips and $40 cash or money order are due to Mrs. Latessa in Room 296 by Monday, May 7.  Don't miss out on this senior event!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296.
  • Euclid High School’s Concert Band & Orchestra along with our 8th Grade Band & Orchestra will present their annual Spring Concert Thursday, April 26 at 7:00pm in the high school Auditorium.  Please note that the date has been changed to 1 week later.  The orchestra Concert will be presented 1st period and the band concert 7th period the day of the concert on Thursday, April 26.  All 1st and 7th period classes are welcome!  A reminder to all band members that dress rehearsal is Wednesday, April 18 from 5-6:30pm.  Admission to the concert is $3.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a terrific Tuesday!

Monday, April 16, 2018

04/16/18 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Monday, April 16th.
  • April is a month dedicated to raising awareness about sexual violence and increasing the public’s understanding about sexual violence in our society.  Here is another special message about this important issue.
  • The Lady Panthers Track Team Ran Saturday at the Glenoak Invitational. The girls were 4th place out of 24 teams. Leading the way was Caisja Chandler who is currently the states fastest runner in the 100 and 200 meter dash. Caisja set a meet record in the 100 11.94 and 200 24.41 She was also part of the 1st place 4 x 200 relay with Kristan Ross, Cori Crump and Talia Mclin. Those same 4 ladies were also 2nd in the 4 x 100 Relay. Other great performances from the meet were Adaya Lemon 34 feet 1 inch Shot Put, Iyana Jenkins 31 feet 7 inch Shot Put, Adrianna Dial 2:55 800 and Cori Crump 50.4 300 Hurdles.
  • On Friday April 20th, to commemorate the 19th anniversary of the Columbine shooting and to remember other victims of gun violence, Euclid High School students may choose to participate in the planned National Walkout Day activities. We are asking everyone to wear the color orange on this day to commemorate all who have lost their lives to gun violence. Those who choose to participate further will walk out of school and will meet in our new Panther Football stadium. We are giving you the opportunity to participate in an event that will push for social change at a time when the voices of young people must be heard. At no time are you required to join us on April 20th and we politely recommend you refrain from participation if you are unable to behave accordingly or do not understand the seriousness of events. We ask that any student interested in participating register through the Google Form that your homeroom teacher will share with you. We look forward to seeing you there! Bring your voice, passions, and concerns as we collectively stand for change!
  • Congratulations!  If you are a student who continues to be referral free or has perfect attendance, you will be invited to Panther Palooza!  This event will be held on the field of the new stadium on Friday, May 11th! Get ready for lunch, a dunk tank, pie in the face, music, and more!  It’s your time.  Thank you for always being respectful, responsible, and shown integrity.  You make us Panther proud.
  • Attention SAVE environmental club! There will be a meeting this Thursday, April 19th after school in room 390. We will discuss our involvement with the Euclid Big Clean this Saturday. Please see Mr. Young or Mrs. Spivey if you have any questions.
  • Attention all students - The athletics department is excited to announce a new club for the 2018-2019 school year. If you are interested in working in athletics, please come to the athletics office to sign up for the all new Sports Management Club. 
  • Do you like to sing, dance, work hard, and compete against other high school students?  The Varsity Chorale Show Choir wants you!  Auditions are Tuesday April 24 and Wednesday April 25th.  There will be a mandatory informational meeting about auditions for next year's group today in the choir room from 2:20-3:00pm.  Come check it out and see how Varsity Chorale can become part of your EHS experience!  Please see Mrs. Ross in the choir room with any questions!
  • Attention Seniors!  The following important announcements are for you.
    • The Senior Class Cabinet will be meeting on Thursday, April 19 at 2:30 p.m. in Room 296 to finalize some things for prom and after prom.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Latessa. 
    • Deadlines for many of the scholarships that will be presented at Senior Awards night are approaching.  If you are interested in education, beauty school or have completed community service - see Mrs. Gonakis in room 324 to see if you are qualified to apply. 
    • Prom contracts will be available in the 11th and 12th grade unit office beginning today.  School fees must be paid before purchasing a ticket.  Prom tickets will go on sale beginning Monday, April 30 and run through Wednesday, May 9.  If you have questions about prom or after prom, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296. 
    • Dave and Buster's field trip permission slips are available in the 11th and 12th grade unit office.  Signed permission slips and $40 cash or money order are due to Mrs. Latessa in Room 296 by Monday, May 7.  Don't miss out on this senior event!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296. 
  • Euclid High School’s Concert Band & Orchestra along with our 8th Grade Band & Orchestra will present their annual Spring Concert Thursday, April 26 at 7:00pm in the high school Auditorium.  Please note that the date has been changed to 1 week later.  The orchestra Concert will be presented 1st period and the band concert 7th period the day of the concert on Thursday, April 26.  All 1st and 7th period classes are welcome!  A reminder to all band members that dress rehearsal is Wednesday, April 18 from 5-6:30pm.  Admission to the concert is $3.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a motivated Monday!

Friday, April 13, 2018

09/13/18 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Friday, April 13th.  
  • April is a month dedicated to raising awareness about sexual violence and increasing the public’s understanding about sexual violence in our society.  Here is another special message about this important issue.
  • The EHS Varsity Baseball team plays tonight at 7pm on Serra field and they are inviting everyone to come see a rematch of the thrilling game that went into extra innings last year. 
  • The 8Th grade baseball team will still be playing today against Memorial at Central Middle School at 4:15pm. Any questions please see coach Bunton.
  • Attention all students - The athletics department is excited to announce a new club for the 2018-2019 school year. If you are interested in working in athletics, please come to the athletics office to sign up for the all new Sports Management Club. 
  • Booster Club scholarship forms must be completed and returned to the athletics office by the end of the day today. 
  • Do you like to sing, dance, work hard, and compete against other high school students?  The Varsity Chorale Show Choir wants you!  Auditions are Tuesday April 24 and Wednesday April 25th.  There will be a mandatory informational meeting about auditions for next year's group on Monday April 16th in choir room from 2:20-3:00pm.  Come check it out and see how Varsity Chorale can become part of your EHS experience!  Please see Mrs. Ross in choir room with any questions!
  • Attention Seniors!  The following important announcements are for you.
  • The Senior Class Cabinet will be meeting on Thursday, April 19 at 2:30 p.m. in Room 296 to finalize some things for prom and after prom.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Latessa. 
  • Deadlines for many of the scholarships that will be presented at Senior Awards night are approaching. If you are interested in education, beauty school or have completed community service - see Mrs. Gonakis in room 324 to see if you are qualified to apply. 
  • Prom contracts will be available in the 11th and 12th grade unit office beginning Monday, April 16.  School fees must be paid before purchasing a ticket.  Prom tickets will go on sale beginning Monday, April 30 and run through Wednesday, April 9.  If you have questions about prom or after prom, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296. 
  • Dave and Buster's field trip permission slips will be available in the 11th and 12th grade unit office beginning Monday, April 16.  Signed permission slips and $40 cash or money order are due to Mrs. Latessa in Room 296 by Monday, May 7.  Don't miss out on this senior event!  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Latessa in Room 296. 
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a fantastic Friday!