Warren County Career Center Open House December 8, 2022
You have been invited by Eisenhower Middle/High School to give feedback using Satchel Pulse. Go to https://app.satchelpulse.com/parents?country=us to sign up and use school ID 913275 to join the school. Thank you.
Bonfire postponement: At recommendation of the fire department the bonfire event is being postponed due to high winds. A rescheduled date will be announced soon.
The WCSD is using Satchel Pulse to gather anonymous feedback from parents, students, and staff. Keep an eye out here or on your building websites and social media pages for more information on when you can participate. The WCSD appreciates your participation!
Mrs. Beers told students that seeing EHS graduates was a potential as the 7th grade visited Penn State Behrend today and look who they saw at lunch - Class of 2022 graduate Mike Jones and Class of 2021 grad Jordyn Cooper! Thank you Mrs. Richardson for capturing this moment 💙💛
The 7th grade field trip to Penn State Behrend was a great change of pace today for students.
PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCE DAY- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2022 The Warren County School District Parent-Teacher Conference Day is approaching. In order to schedule a conference with one or more of your child's teachers, please contact the building's main office.
EMHS Parent Teacher Conference Day: Monday, November 7th from 11:00am - 6:00pm Parents: You may begin emailing Mrs. VanOrd in guidance (email@example.com) to schedule conferences. If you prefer to schedule by phone, you may call EMHS (814)757-8878 ext 2006 to reach Mrs. VanOrd. Conferences are scheduled in 15-minute increments to accommodate the most parents on this day. If you are not able to visit the school on that day, you can schedule phone/Zoom calls as well. If you have questions, do not hesitate to contact the school or email Mrs. Beers (firstname.lastname@example.org).
W-IKE news: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLdy9mA03q4
Eisenhower wins again!
Don’t Forget Juniors and Seniors, on October 19 is our annual Warren County College Fair at Central Office. We will have colleges, tech schools, and recruiters in attendance. Not only will we have schools with college degree offerings, but also we will have colleges who offer short term certifications and technical schools. If you need a permission form for your parents/guardians to sign, please contact your school counselor
October Calendar of Events: Oct 5: Jostens rep at EMHS for seniors (caps and gowns/announcements) and sophomores (class rings) Oct 7: Progress Report Distribution day Oct 7: Senior Recognition (FB, Cheer, Band) Oct 10: No School/Columbus Day Oct 12: PSAT for all students in grade 10 and select juniors and seniors (see Mr. Morrison in guidance for more information) Oct 12: Jostens rep will be in lunch for senior and sophomore orders Oct 14: Intruder Drill at EMHS (you will see extra law enforcement presence on campus before, during, and after this drill) Oct 15: Student who are taking dual enrollment courses may begin the process of applying with Pitt at Brad Oct 19: College Fair for all juniors/seniors (must turn in permission slip by 10/7) and Financial Aid Night 6-7:30 - permission slips and info on Financial Aid night were mailed home by "School to Work" coordinators last month (contact Mr. Morrison with questions) Oct 26: Picture Retake Day, 7th grade to PSU Behrend for college field trip (permission slips due) and ASVAB testing (contact Mr. Morrison with questions) Nov 1: End of MP1
Attention Seniors: Senior Photos for the YEARBOOK are DUE Friday, October 14th. Please send a Formal, Informal, and Baby Photo. ALL photos should be sent to this email address: email@example.com. Images need to be at least 1 MB for quality printing. If you have any questions, please send them to Mrs. McElhaney, McElhaneyJL@wcsdpa.org. Picture Re-Take Day is Wednesday, October 26th. Club Photos and Senior Class photos will be taken on this day.
September W-IKE News links 2022: (13) W-IKE News 9/9/22 - YouTube (22) W-IKE News 9/15/22 - YouTube (34) W-IKE News 9-23-22 - YouTube (44) W-IKE News 9-30-22 - YouTube
More photos from Pen Pal Day🏈💙💛🏈
A few afternoon photos from today’s Elementary/Varsity FB and Cheer Pen Pal day
Warren County Virtual Learning Registration Link - This link is for any Warren County Student who wishes to take a virtual class this upcoming school year. We are still completing orientations for Full/Part Time Students. Students in the building will receive and email regarding their online orientation in the buzz system. The virtual team will be around in the buildings the first week of school to assist building students with logging on and beginning their courses as needed. - https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=5H8HhE0j_EmCsJyTTTqn4lidUnDzR4lOloVjXFPQKwhUQ1BPNko5V1ROVkk0M0dXTUoyNlFMSE1BMC4u
EMHS Families - Below you will find the WCSD dress code updated language: Dress reflects the quality of the school, behavior, and the students’ schoolwork. Students are expected to dress in clothes suitable for school and school related activities. Shirts/tops must cover shoulder to shoulder and must be long enough to be tucked in at the waist (if requested). Undergarments cannot show. The following is not acceptable dress and is prohibited: · Halter tops or similarly styled tops exposing a bare midriff · Shorts, skirts, or skorts above mid-thigh · Bare feet · Hats · Slippers and/or pajamas ·Chains, and bandannas may not be worn while in attendance at school or during school related activities. Sunglasses (either over the eyes or on the head) may not be worn when indoors. · Any clothing or accessory (patches, buttons, jewelry, etc.) that: - contains language, a symbol, gesture, or other content that is obscene, lewd, vulgar or profane. - advocates the use or advertises the availability of any substance or material that may reasonably be believed to constitute a direct and serious danger to the health or welfare of persons or property (such as tobacco/vaping products, alcohol or illegal drugs). - degrades persons based on race, gender, gender identity, sexuality, sexual orientation, or ethnicity. - incites violence; advocates use of force; or encourages the violation of federal, state or municipal law, or District policies, rules or regulations. - is likely to or does materially or substantially interfere with the educational process, including school activities, schoolwork, or discipline and order on school property or at school functions; threatens serious harm to the school or community; encourages unlawful activity; involves bullying (as defined as a part of Policy 10510); or interferes with another's rights. - causes damage to school property (an example is boots that create scuff marks on the floor). - libels/defames any specific person or persons OR - causes a hazard to the health or safety of the student or to others. · In order to prevent violence and ensure student safety, any clothing or accessory (patches, buttons, jewelry, etc.) that is associated with gangs. · Capes, or items worn as capes. · Clothing or an accessory (patches, buttons, jewelry, etc.) that pertain to a political or social issue, but only if the speech is either clearly profane or is likely to or does materially or substantially interfere with the educational process, including school activities, schoolwork, or discipline and order on school property or at school functions. Hooded sweatshirts, sweaters, or shirts may be worn, but the hood shall not be pulled up to cover the head while indoors. Coats and/or jackets worn to school must be kept in student lockers or other designated areas during the school day. Coats and jackets with hoods may be worn, but the hood shall not be pulled up to cover the head while indoors. Students may be required to wear certain types of clothing while participating in physical education classes, technical education, extracurricular activities, or other situations where special attire may be required to ensure the health or safety of the student The District reserves the right to limit and prohibit manifestations of unprotected student material/expression. It is not possible to define all such material/expression, and decisions on clothing or accessories not specifically covered herein are the responsibility of building-level Principal, who may consult with the Superintendent as necessary. Students and parents/guardians are to inform the school Principal if there is a religious or medical reason that a student is wearing a particular article of clothing or accessory that is otherwise prohibited under the dress code. Any clothing taken by the school for a violation of the dress code will be returned to the student.