AAU Meeting Music Notes Mandatory Running Start Orientation .pdf by shensengvf

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									    2650 Entiat Way, Entiat, WA 98822   509.784.1800   fax 509.784.2986   www.entiatschools.org                             March 2012


PRIDE Awards                                                                                             Superintendent’s Corner
             At our most recent PRIDE Assembly, several students from the                                Honor Roll
             elementary school who show INTEGRITY were honored and awarded                               Distinguished Grad Forms
             with certificates...                                                                        Lunch Menu
                                                                                                         Activities Calendar
             1st Grade: Kiley Bush, Josiah Jones
                            PE: Kiley Bush
                                                                                                             For the safety of our children,
             2nd Grade: Gracie Bartlett,                                on’t    D                            please remember that there is
                            Brayden Blanchfield             worry so much                                    NO PARKING OR DRIVING
                            PE: Catherine Liek             about your self-                                  allowed in the Bus Loading
             3rd Grade: Kaitlynne Mudgett,                  esteem. Worry                         Zone behind the school at any time.
                            Katianne Anderson,                                                    Buses, delivery vehicles, and Emergency
                            Shelby Williams                more about your                        Vehicles need to be sure they are able to
                            PE: Nely Pina                        character.                       get through at all times.
             4th Grade: McKenzi Bartlett,                    Integrity is its                             —Transportation Department
                            Jeffrey Bouschor                  own reward.
                            PE: Jeffrey Bouschor,                   ~Laura
                            Justin Lasater                    Schlessinger                        Pennies for Patients
             5th Grade: Adriana Blanchfield, Justin Franks                                                 The Leadership Class is getting
                            PE: Isabel Stevens                                                                 prepared for our annual
                                                                                                               Pennies for Patients
                                                                                                               fundraiser for the Lymphoma
Mandatory Running Start Orientation                                                                            and Leukemia Society.
There will be a mandatory orientation meeting for all new Running Start students                               Students in grades Prek-12
and their parents on Thursday, March 29th. The meeting will be held in the                        will bring in money to their classrooms,
school library at 5:30pm. Any student beginning Running Start for the first time                  with each class that raises the most money
must attend with a parent. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Wolsborn at                  in grades Prek-5 and 6-12 earning a pizza/
twolsborn@entiatschools.org or 784-1911.♦                                                         ice cream party. This program will run from
                                                                                                  March 12 through March 30.
Music Notes                                                                                       The Leadership Class has been a partner
Entiat HS was well represented at the Instrumental Solo and Ensemble                              in this program for the past five years and
Competition in Wenatchee last month by Brittony Lamb (Clarinet), Timmi Buyas                      each year has been more successful than
(Flute) and Yumiko Sanford (Trumpet). All three students performed very well.                     the past.♦
Brittony Lamb, an Entiat Sophomore, was also selected for the All-State Honor
Band which performed at the Washington Music Educators Conference in
Yakima on Monday, February 20th. Over 1,000 High School music students                            AAU Meeting
statewide auditioned for this prestigious honor. Brittony also performed a solo.                  The Entiat AAU Board will be having a
The MSHS Pep band has had a very busy schedule playing at many exciting                           special open meeting on Wednesday,
basketball games. In addition, several music students participate in the Nashville                March 21st, in the school library at 7:00
Country Star Contest at Wenatchee Valley College.                                                 pm. There will be a special election to fill
A month full of performances begins with the 3rd and 4th grade musical, The                       the vacant position of Board President. The
Burley Crew. This musical play about the Lewis and Clark expedition is
                                                                                                  board will also discuss the possibility of
scheduled for Thursday, March 1 at 7:00 pm.
The High School Choir will sing at the Choral Festival on Wednesday, March 21                     adding soccer next fall. Coaches, parents,
at the Wenatchee Performing Arts Center. The Band will be performing on                           and interested community members are
Tuesday, March 27, at Wenatchee High School.                                                      encouraged to attend. The AAU Board will
The music department is also in need of instruments. Mrs. Perry-Hardin is                         also be doing inventory during the
planning to teach a keyboard unit in the spring for elementary students. If you                   offseason. If anyone still has an
have a piano keyboard you would like to donate or lend to the school, please let                  AAU jersey, please return it to
her know. The band also needs marching percussion instruments. If you would
                                                                                                  the school office as soon as
like assist with equipment or donations, please contact Mrs. Perry-Hardin at the
school. ♦                                                                                         possible. Thank you!♦
SUPERINTENDENT’S CORNER                                                                                   by Michael Wyant
I begin by extending my thanks to federal sources, we appreciate                        and frame so that it is ready to be
voters for approving the district’s recent knowing that at least one portion of         displayed again at school. The class
maintenance and operations levy. By a funding for our school is secure for the          photos will be displayed on a web site
two to one ratio, citizens approved a next two years.                                   where each entire class can be viewed
property tax to raise local funds to Walk the halls of Entiat Middle and High           and each individual photo can be
operate the district in 2013 and                  School and if you look closely at     enlarged and viewed individually. All of
2014. We all wish that sufficient                                                       the photos will be scanned,
state funding was provided so
                                          ...We   the photos on the walls you get
                                                                                        reassembled and back on the walls in
that school districts did not have    appreciate a brief lesson in local history.       time for the all school reunion on June
                                                  Some 87 high school graduation
to raise additional local money knowing that pictures dating back to 1920               16, 2012. To see what the finished
to provide basic programs. That at least one document all manner of history             digital product will look like go to http://
is not the reality of education        portion of from the fashions of the day, to      denniskingphoto.com and click on
funding in our state, and it may                                                        Manson High School Class Photos.
never be. Districts need local
                                      funding for the designs of schools, to the
                                                  changes in family names that          A group of Entiat High School alumni is
levies to operate effectively. our school is have taken place in Entiat over
                                                                                        organizing a fund raising effort to help
There are very few, if any, secure for the 91 years. There is history in the
                                                                                        pay the cost of this archiving project.
districts that do not rely on           next two  halls but it is fragile. The photos
maintenance and operations                                                              Contact the school district office if you
                                         years .  are one of a kind and aren’t, at
levy for part of their funding.                   present, archived for safe            are interested in helping with the fund
You and I have a direct vote on very       keeping.                                     raising effort. A digital archive of the
few of the taxes that we pay. Most of                                                   district’s graduation photos accessible to
                                           That’s about to change. A project to
those decisions are made by the            electronically archive all of the class      the public will be a useful resource. The
representatives we elect. Strong voter     photos is currently underway. Dennis         archive will also let us rest a little easier
approval for a self-imposed tax to         King, a retired gentleman who lives in       knowing that if any of the pictures were
support the operation of the district      Coulee Dam is dismantling and digitally      ever destroyed, there would still be a
indicates that people recognize the        scanning each photo. While he has the
need even if they don’t like the idea of                                                record of the important historical record
                                           photos apart he cleans the glass and
additional taxes. With the likelihood of                                                of graduations from Entiat High School.♦
                                           frame. Then he reassembles each photo
funding reductions from state and

COMMUNITY NEWS                                               ENTIAT KITE
Entiat 15th Annual Egg Hunt: Entiat Valley
Community Services FoodBank will be hosting its 15th
                                                             FESTIVAL
Annual Egg Hunt at Entiat Park April 7th. Four age           TAKES FLIGHT
groups (0 - 3 years, 4 - 6 years, 7 - 9 years, and 10 -
                                                             The Second Annual Entiat
11 years) will have the opportunity to hunt for eggs.
                                                             Kite Festival, “The Rites of
Other events will include egg rolling contests for kids
                                                             String,” will be held at the
and adults, egg coloring, two piñatas, and a coloring
                                                             Kiwanis Park in Entiat along
contest. EVSCFB is dedicated to serving the needs of
                                                             Highway 97A on Saturday,
children in our rural area. Volunteers and donations
                                                             March 24, 2012, from noon to
are needed for over 100 children to have a fun
                                                             5:00 pm.
time. Call 784-7117 to donate, volunteer or for further
information.                                                 Last year’s inaugural festival
Earth Day: The EVCSFB’s Earth Day event will be              was attended by over 100
held at the Entiat School Blue Gym on Tuesday, April         people, with participants of all
24th. Check the April newsletter for more details.♦          ages bringing their kites to fly
                      ~May Segle                             the friendly skies. Some 80
                                                             kites were given away to children to assemble, decorate and fly
                                                             at the festival, and prizes were awarded for the best kites in all
     Entiat Valley Community Services                        age groups.
    FoodBank Schedule for Spring 2012                        This year’s event is expected to be even bigger, with 150 free
 Saturday, March 10   th                                     kites for kids. Organizers plan to have vendors for food and kite-
    Food Bank Distribution      9:00 to 11:00 am             related paraphernalia, as well as a kite-fighting team to be on
                           st
                                                             hand to demonstrate their skills. Prizes for best kites will also be
 Wednesday, March 21                                         awarded.
   Food Bank Distribution       10:00 am to noon
                                                             The event is sponsored by the Entiat Valley Chamber of Com-
 Saturday, March 31st                                        merce. For more information, please contact festival chairman
    Food Bank Distribution      9:00 to 11:00 am             Alan Moen at 509-784-5101 or alanmoen@nwi.net♦
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             Entiat Middle & Sr. High School                                      Entiat Upper Elementary
   Highest Honors 4.0 GPA                                       Highest Honors 4.0 GPA
     th
   12 Grade:     Mandy Southard                                 5th Grade: Stephanie Smith
   10th Grade:   Coulter Peterson, Yumiko Sanford               4th Grade: McKenzi Bartlett, Jeffrey Bouschor, Elijah
   9th Grade:    Jaelyn Davis                                              Crosby, Wade Dahl
    8th Grade:   Ulises Pina
                                                                High Honors 3.99-3.50 GPA
    6th Grade:   Hollie Dahl
                                                                5th Grade: Taylor Boykin, Drew Duncan, Gracie
   High Honors 3.99-3.50 GPA                                               Giacomazzi, Tasha Ireland, Tanner Mauk,
   12th Grade: Lucy Cole, Michael Frisk, Lydia Kehoe,                      Taylor Small, Faith Southard, Isabel Stevens
               Hannah Segle                                     4th Grade: Tyler Anderson, Yancy Ayala, Jenna Bonwell,
   11th Grade: Yesenia Ayala, Jeremy Davis, Jacob Hughes,                  Kaylin Boykin, Case Crutcher, Colby Crutcher,
               Gilberto Murillo, Ricardo Pina, Heather Segle                    Josh Diehm, Camron Edwards, Randy Gibson,
   10th Grade: Lisa Ayala, Mariah Dickerson, Julianna                           Brandon Hardin, Lissbet Pina, Nadia Rivera, Mika
               Edwardson, Omero Guerrero, AJ Haynes,                            Sanford, Tai Tran
               Brittony Lamb, Yecenia Ramirez,                  Honor Roll 3.49-3.00 GPA
               Monika Rock
                                                                5th Grade: Blake Duncan, Gage Estes
   9th Grade: Alexandra Barker, Carson Duncan, Paula
                                                                4th Grade: Leon Clark, Gemma Delgado
               Fidelis, Billymae Gelback, Sky Merriman,
               Deserie Parks, Taylor Southard,                  *Students listed alphabetically.
               Anna Spencer, Emily Swearingen,                  **Only students that attend 4 or more classes are listed.
               Kevin Wooldridge
   8th Grade: Talilia Gadbaw, Estephanie Hernandez,
               Edwin Medina, Orfil Olmos, Alberto Quezada,
               Benjamin Southard, Trang Tran                      Americorner
   7th Grade: Ava Giacomazzi, Jazamyne Goyne-Storm,               Can you believe it’s already March? The year is flying
               Taylor Meserve, Shyla Smothers
                                                                  by, but we’ve already had so much fun! We’d like to
   6th Grade: Yaretzy Ayala, Neida Guerrero, Shae Milne,
               Natalya Paz, Gabbrielle Silliman                   thank everyone that came out for our last family
                                                                  literacy night; we hope you enjoyed your time with us
   Honor Roll 3.49-3.00 GPA
                                                                  under the sea! The AmeriCorps team is so thankful
   12th Grade: Tirrell Buckingham, Justin Davis, Hailee
                                                                  to everyone that has been able to help make our
               Jerome, Alex Larsen, Talia Oldham,
               Amanda Voss                                        events the best that they can be. Without the
   11th Grade: Cameron Anthis, Malaki Ledbetter,                  support of community businesses we would be unable
               Autumn Noyes                                       to provide these fun-filled nights. Read With Me
   10th Grade: Ali Arias, Noe Quezada, Alexis Swearingen,         Under the Sea was sponsored by Wal*Mart and Tree
               Emiliano Villafuerte
   9th Grade: Nicholas Buckingham, Kyle Montgomery                Top. We would also like to send a special thanks to
   8th Grade: Mireya Bahena, Wade Filbeck, Bethany Hill,          those of you who have volunteered time to help make
               Austin Kiser, Tyler McDonald, Adam Milne,          reading fun and encourage literacy throughout
               Shelbee Turner                                     Entiat.
   7th Grade: Cheyenne Jackson, Karen Lopez, Maureny
               Murillo, Spencer Peterson, Esteban Sanchez,        We’re excited to announce our second Books and
               Kirsten Tran                                       Breakfast coming up this month. It will be held on
   6th Grade: Daisy Arias, Zachary Barker, Kaleigh                March 14th at 7:15 a.m. so be sure to get here in time
               Michael, Ivette Mora, Roger Mora, Ronnie           to enjoy a good breakfast and a good book!
               Parks, Kailee Roberts, Yukiko Sanford,
               Spencer Southard                                   Keep an eye on our bulletin board and display case
                                                                  for fun news and upcoming events, including the
Tiger Pride                                                       Arbor Day Poster Contest,
Want the best seat in the house for sporting events? Support      Family Literacy Night (April),
your team and your back with one of these awesome Tiger           and Spring Box Tops Drive.
                  Pride stadium chairs. Available from the
                  Entiat PTO for only $35 each, these chairs
                 make great gifts. E-mail Entiatpto@live.com            Happy Birthday
                if you would like to get on the list to order
               one. There are also still a few                               Dr. Seuss!
              t-shirts and hoodies left for $10 and $20
             respectively. Get yours while they last!                                                                         3
Family Life and Sexual Health
HIV and Blood Borne Disease Instruction
On March 6, students in grades 7-12 will be receiving the state-mandated
instruction on HIV and blood borne diseases, as well as Family Life and Sexual          Until the Gregorian calendar
Health (FLASH) education. Sergio Avila, a Health Educator from Chelan/Douglas           was adopted in 1752, March
County Family Planning will present the instruction in conjunction with school          was the first month of the
nurse Paula Grieb and individual teachers. During the course of this instruction        year. It was named after the
there is information on reproduction, maturation, and safe sex practices in order to    Roman god of war, Mars.
prevent the spread of HIV and blood borne disease.
                                                                                                 Da ylight     Saving
A copy of information that will be provided to the students during the course of this            Time went into effect
instruction is available in the school office for parents to preview. Parents always            in the United States
have the option of having their child opt out of this instruction. Should this be the           for the first time on
case, please contact Paula Grieb, the school nurse, at 784-1314.♦                       March 31, 1918. This year
                                                                                        Daylight Savings time begins
        SCHOOL BOARD                                                                    on March 11th.
                                                   How to contact the
           MEETING
                                                 School Board Directors:                    “Indoors or out, no one
 The next meeting of the Entiat School                                                              relaxes
 Board of Directors will be held on            Garci Duncan          784-8600            in March, that month of wind
 Thursday, March 15th at 7:00 pm in the        Brenda Lamb           784-6611                     and taxes,
 school library. The agenda will be            Victor Porrovecchio   670-0299                the wind will presently
 posted at the post office in Entiat, on       Alberto Quezada       784-5004                     disappear,
 our website, entiatschools.org, and           Randy Whitehall       784-1000              the taxes last us all year”
 may be requested from the school
                                                                                                - Ogden Nash
 district office by calling 784-1800.


           How Heroes Rise and Fall… and Rise Again:
            The Strange Case of Robert Falcon Scott
                                      AT THE ENTIAT PUBLIC LIBRARY
                         Author Richard Farr will present “How Heroes Rise and Fall … And Rise Again: The
                         Strange Case of Robert Falcon Scott” at Entiat Public Library on Thursday, March 29 at
                         7:00 PM. This program is free and open to the public. It is sponsored by North Central
                         Regional Library and Humanities Washington.
                         What makes heroes, what causes them to fall from grace--and what, in relatively rare
                         instances, causes them to rise again? For decades after his death in 1911, "Scott of the
                         Antarctic" was feted worldwide as the ultimate hero for his travels to the South Pole. By the
                         mid-1980s, however, the tide had turned and Scott was routinely dismissed as an
                         amateurish fool whose bad decisions had led to the deaths of his men. (Meanwhile his
                         colleague and rival, Ernest Shackleton, had become the hero du jour.) Now, once again,
                         the tables are turning: several writers have argued that the criticism of Scott is misplaced.
                         New considerations cast his expedition, his whole era, and indeed our own way of thinking
about the past in a new light, begging a much larger question: how should we form judgments when we don't have
all the facts?
Richard Farr has a Ph.D. in ethics, political philosophy, and the philosophy of science from Cornell University; taught
philosophy at several universities; ran a corporate communications business; and is working on a book about what
makes great speeches great. His book about Scott's last expedition, Emperors of the Ice, won a 2009 Washington
State Book Award, among other honors. His first children's novel will be published by Penguin in 2012.
Emperors of the Ice will be available for checkout in both book and audio format at the Entiat Public Library. Teens
and adults are encouraged to read this exciting adventure novel based on true events.
This presentation is sponsored by Humanities Washington through their state-wide Speakers
Bureau. The Speakers Bureau brings Washington’s finest scholars, historians, musicians, and
storytellers to local communities to give dynamic presentations at libraries, schools, museums,
and other community organizations.
Humanities Washington honors and shares stories, ideas, and perspectives from across our
state that connect Washingtonians from all backgrounds and communities, allowing us to
understand our past and present as we work to shape our future.
For information visit www.humanities.org. or contact Esther Dalgas at the Entiat Public Library: Author Richard Farr
784-1517 or by email - entiat@ncrl.org.♦                                                                             4
                                  DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE AWARD
                                                 Nomination Form

Nominees for the Distinguished Graduate Award must have graduated at least 20 years prior to the
current graduation year and have completed some form of higher education such as university/
college, technical school, or specialized training Additionally, they will have distinguished
themselves in a professional field such as art, business ownership or leadership, education,
government, law, medicine, social work, etc . Nominations are accepted at any time; however, the
deadline for a nominee to be considered in any given school year is March 15 of that year. The
selection committee has established a pool of potential recipients. Nominees who are not selected in
the first year they are nominated are added to the pool for possible recognition at a future time. The
selection committee will recommend nominees to the superintendent and school board by April 1.
The superintendent and school board will make the final decision on who will be recognized.


Nominee: Personal Information
       Name of nominee: _________________________________________________________
       Contact information for nominee (if applicable): __________________________________
       Telephone: _______________________________________________________________
Nominee: Biographical Information:
       Year of graduation from Entiat High School: ____________________________________
       History of higher education: __________________________________________________
       Nominee’s present location and occupation or work status: _________________________
       Brief description of the field(s) in which nominee distinguished himself or herself through
       community service and leadership: ____________________________________________
        _________________________________________________________________________
        _________________________________________________________________________
Please include the following information in support of the nominee:
       Letter(s) of support or recommendation
       Photographs, awards, distinctions, leadership accomplishments, business or professional
       activities and accomplishments, other contributions which distinguish the nominee.
       Supporting information (copies of newspaper clippings, biographies, etc.) are encouraged but
       not required.
Contact information for individual submitting this nomination:
        Name: __________________________________________________________________
        Mailing Address:    _________________________________________________________
       Telephone: _______________________________________________________________
        E-mail address (optional): ___________________________________________________
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                             DISTINGUISHED COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD
                                                   Nomination Form

Nominees for the Distinguished Community Service Award must have graduated at least 20 years prior
to the current graduation year and have distinguished themselves through extensive community service
and leadership. Nominations are accepted at any time; however, the deadline for a nominee to be
considered in any given school year is March 15 of that year. The selection committee has established a
pool of potential recipients. Nominees who are not selected in the first year they are nominated are
added to the pool for possible recognition at a future time. The selection committee will recommend
nominees to the superintendent and school board by April 1. The superintendent and school board will
make the final decision on who will be recognized.

Nominee: Personal Information
       Name of nominee: ___________________________________________________________
       Contact information for nominee (if applicable): ____________________________________
       Telephone: _________________________________________________________________
Nominee: Biographical Information:
       Year of graduation from Entiat High School: ______________________________________
       Nominee’s present location and occupation, if applicable: ____________________________
       Brief description of the ways in which nominee distinguished himself or herself through
       community service and leadership: ______________________________________________
        ___________________________________________________________________________
        ___________________________________________________________________________
Please include the following information in support of the nominee:
       Letter(s) of support or recommendation
       Photographs, awards, distinctions, leadership accomplishments, community service activities,
       other contributions which distinguish the nominee.
        Supporting information (copies of newspaper clippings, biographies, etc.) are encouraged but not
       required.
Contact information for individual submitting this nomination:
       Name: ____________________________________________________________________
       Mailing Address:    ___________________________________________________________
       Telephone: _________________________________________________________________
       E-mail address (optional): _____________________________________________________


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  Entiat School District Lunch Menu
               Monday                                T uesday                           Wednesday                             Thursday                              Friday
                                                                                                                   1         Chicken Fajita         2          Hamburger or
                                         In like a lion,                                                                         Corn
                                                                                                                              Black Beans
                                                                                                                                                                Fish Sandwich
                                                                                                                                                                 Oven Fries
                                                      out like a lamb.                                                          Peaches
                                                                                                                             Oatmeal Cookie
                                                                                                                                                               Orange Wedges
                                                                                                                                                                   Pudding
                                                                                                                                                             75¢ for extra Hamburger
  5            Spaghetti                   6      Chicken Teriyaki w/        7       Turkey Sandwich               8         Soft Beef Taco         9 Chicken Pattie Sandwich
             Green Salad                          Pasta & Vegetables                  or Hummus & Chips                            Corn                        Tater Tots or
             French Bread                         Bread & Margarine              Chicken Noodle or Bean Soup                  Refried Beans                  Sweet Potato Fries
                Pears                                 Pineapple                          String Cheese                         Applesauce                          Fruit
                                                   Fortune Cookie                    Veggies and Banana                            Jello                      Cherry Turnover
                                                                                                                                                           75¢ for extra Chicken Sandwich
 12        Chicken Nuggets                13          Ravioli             14       Toasted Cheese Sandwich        15       Turkey Gravy             16          Hamburger or
             Green Salad                       Mixed Vegetables or Peas              or Hummus & Chips                    Mashed Potatoes                      Fish Sandwich
            Cheese Bread                                Muffin                   Tomato Soup or Clam Chowder             Cottage Cheese Cup                      Oven Fries
                Pears                                Applesauce                            Veggies                            Fruit Salad                      Orange Wedges
                                                                                           Peaches                           Spice Cake                           Pudding
                                                                                                                                                             75¢ for extra Hamburger
  19            Pizza                      20        Sloppy Joe              21     Tuna Sandwich or PBJ           22            Chili              23 Chicken Pattie Sandwich
              Green Salad                            Corn Chips                      or Hummus & Chips                        Cheese Cup                        Tater Tots or
                 Pears                             Sunshine Carrots                   Chicken Noodle or                        Cornbread                     Sweet Potato Fries
               Trail Mix                             or Pea Salad                   Broccoli Cheese Soup                       Coleslaw                             Fruit
                                                     Apple Crisp                        String Cheese                         Applesauce                     Rice Krispy Square
                                                                                     Veggies and Banana                                                  75¢ for extra Chicken Sandwich
  26            Burrito                    27     Macaroni and Cheese        28        Ham Sandwich                29        Chicken Fajita         30          Hamburger or
           Nachos & Cheese                          Green Beans                       or Hummus & Chips                          Corn                           Fish Sandwich
             Green Salad                              Peaches                    Potato Soup or Vegetable Soup                Black Beans                        Oven Fries
              Fruit Juice                          Cinnamon Roll                            Veggies                              Pears                         Orange Wedges
                                                                                           Pineapple                         Snickerdoodle                         Pudding
            50¢ for extra Burrito                                                                                                                             75¢ for extra Hamburger
  BREAKFAST INFO: Breakfast of cereal, fruit, and milk is served daily from 7:50 - 8:10am The Entiat School District is an A choice of plain, strawberry,
  (8:40 – 9am Late Start). Muffins, biscuits, cinnamon toast, English muffins, and a variety    equal opportunity          or chocolate milk is served with
  of cereals will be served Monday - Friday respectively.                                            provider.                       each meal.




 Entiat School District Activities                                                                                               Sports Schedules subject to change. Please check
                                                                                                                                           website for most up-to-date information.
   SUN.                    MONDAY                         TUESDAY                  WEDNESDAY                     THURSDAY                        FRIDAY                SATURDAY

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                                                                                                            5pm VB-B @ Mansfield
                                                                                                           6:15pm VB-A @Waterville
                                                                                                              7pm 3rd/4th Musical

       4                            5                         6                           7                             8                           9                        10
                     LATE START 9:05                   5pm VB v. Manson             7pm PTO Mtg.                                                                   9am VB-A @ Manson
                   5pm VB-A @ Wilson Cr.
                      5pm VB-B v. CCA

      11                            12                       13                          14                             15                         16                        17
  Daylight           LATE START 9:05                  4pm Tennis @ Omak            7:15am Books &        3:30pm Tennis @ Wilson Creek                               6pm PTO
Savings Time          5pm VB-B @ PSI                                                  Breakfast              7pm School Board Mtg.                                 Family Movie
                                                                                  5pm VB @ Orondo                                                                     Night

      18                            19                       20                          21                             22                         23                        24
                      LATE START 9:05                 3:30pm HS Track @          Choir Festival @ PAC   3:30pm HS Track @ Bridgeport                               11am Tennis @ Omak
                     4pm Tennis @ Chelan                  Wenatchee                7pm AAU Board        3:30pm Tennis @ Lake Roosevelt
                       5pm VB v. Orondo              5pm VB-A v. Soap Lake             Meeting                5pm VB @ Manson                                           Kite Festival
                                                                                                                                                                         Noon—5pm
                                                       1st day of Spring
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                     LATE START 9:05         CLASS PICTURES                                                 3:30pm Tennis @ Oroville          4pm HS Track @           11am Tennis @
                   3pm Tennis @ Eastmont 3:30pm Track @ Eastmont                                        5:30pm Running Start Orientation         Cashmere               White Swan
                      5pm VB v. Pateros   3:30pm Tennis v. Pateros
                                         Concert Band Fest @ WHS


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 VB-A = Middle School Volleyball A Team. VB-B = Middle School Volleyball B Team. VB = Both Middle School Volleyball Teams
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                                                          Distinguished Graduates
                                                          Nominations Due March 15
                              Everyone is welcome to
                              the next PTO Family         Entiat School District is once again accepting
                              Movie Night on March        nominations for our Distinguished Graduate and
                              17. We will be showing A    Distinguished Community Service Awards. Nominees
                              Dolphin’s Tale at 6pm in    must have graduated from EHS prior to 1992. Alumni
                              the      Blue     G ym.     who have completed some form of higher education
                              Admission is free, and      and distinguished themselves in a professional field
                              concessions will be         may be eligible for the Distinguished Graduate
                              available to purchase,      Award. The Distinguished Community Service Award
                              including our special St.   honors alumni for extensive community service and
                              Patrick’s Day popcorn!      leadership. The awards will be presented at the
                              Deck yourself out in        graduation ceremony in June. Recipients and their
                              green from head to toe      guests will be hosted at an open house reception
                              and come                    earlier in the day. Nominations are inside this
                              join the fun:               newsletter. For more information, please visit the
                               whoever is                 district website, www.entiatschools.org, or call the
                              “greenest”                  district office at 784-1800. Nominations must be
                              will win a                  received by March 15 to be considered for this year’s
                              free bag of                 awards. ♦
                              popcorn and                 Have an article for the District Newsletter? E-mail it to
                              a drink!♦                             tgiacomazzi@entiatschools.org
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