EHS announcements 1/26/2017

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Hi and welcome to the pirateer announcements for the week of January 26th.

Today you have a wonderful opportunity to hear a guest speaker during your enrichment time. Here is a preview of what Mr. Hernandez offers in the library.

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Here at Englewood high school, Officer Watts acts as our school resource officer and makes sure that we all are prepared for any threats that may occur at this school. Here are his thoughts.

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There are so many issues around financial aid and seniors may seem overwhelmed. The tool, known as Lend E-D-U Financial Aid Hotline, is a free text-in service designed to quickly answer any question related to financial aid, grants, scholarships, and student loans.

Use the hotline number at (302) 278-4037, and you will receive a detailed response from the team within 15 minutes.

We spoke to Mr. Maschka about financial aid and how important it is.

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Job Readiness Day on Friday, January 27th, is a FREE day of workshops to support you in meeting your New Year goals and getting the job you want.

Talk to experts from nearly a dozen organizations in the Denver area and get answers to all your job-related questions. It is at Mile High United Way, 711 Park Ave W, Denver from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. Free parking is available, and lunch will be provided. RSVP today by following the link on thepirateer-dot-com. Ms. Hershey tells us all about it.

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Choir Auditions are now underway for the 2017 – 2018 vocal groups. Will you be the next voice in ETC, Expressions, Select or EHS/Lady Pirate Singers?

Come sign up for a full audition, or a 2-minute interview, on the Choir room door in the Arts hallway. Auditions will be held each Wednesday from now through mid- February.

We’re looking at a crazy week in weather. We have Steven Harris with the weather forecast.

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We had 2 juniors, Jakob Garcia and Joseph Westerfield, who auditioned and were selected to All-State Orchestra, which is from Feb 9-11 AND All-State Band, which is from March 30- April 1 as percussionists. To make one group is VERY difficult, to get into 2 is incredible!

Also, The Englewood Middle & High School bands & orchestras will be giving a unique performance on February 15, 2017 at 7pm in Fisher Auditorium. The event is called “Small Ensembles Concert.” It will include solos, duets, trios and even a staff performance! Admission is free and will be the first of its kind for Englewood Bands.

The Festival Concert on March 9 featuring Englewood High School band and orchestra performing literature they have prepared for upcoming competitions. The concert begins at 7pm in Fisher Auditorium and all are welcome to attend!

We had a chance to talk to two students about the upcoming events.

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in sports, The wrestling team is doing well this season. Sam Westra placed second at the Commanders Invite recently. We talked to him about the team.

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Girls Swim Team #rocks! 5th place finish in the 200 Free Relay and the 400 Free Relay! Regina Evans placed top 8 in the 100 backstroke.

And finally, there will be a track meeting on Monday, January 30th at 3:45 in the team room, all boys and girls interested in participating in track this spring please attend. If you have questions, contact Coach Graves.

Get the most updated information on thepirateer dot com. Have a wonderful week!!!

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