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Click on each individual event for more details. If you would like to view calendars in a larger format or in a different view, please visit the District Calendars page. In-depth video and print tutorials on how to best utilize Google Calendars are coming soon. Thanks for your patience!
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Homecoming 2014 Has Arrived!
Date: September 15-20, 2014
Homecoming Parade Route
As in years past, the Homecoming Parade route is as follows:
1. The parade begins in the High School Parking Lot.
2. Then moves down Morgan Street.
3. The parade turns left onto Main & continues to Central Park Square.
4. The parade will then go around the square & down Evergreen.
5. Finally, the parade will turn right on Lilac & return to the High School.
Dance In Honor of Dakota Ramp
October 11th, 2014
From 7:30 - 9:30 P.M.
On October 11th, 2014, from 7:30 P.M. to 9:30 P.M., we will celebrate the life of Dakota Ramp at the Elmwood Country Club. Admission is $10 and all proceeds will go to St. Jude. We hope to see you there as we remember and celebrate Dakota.
Get Your Smile Ready
Picture Retake and Absentee Day On October 9th
If you were absent or need a retake from picture day, October 9th is your chance to shine. Watkins Photography will return to do picture retakes and makeups on October 9th. If you have any questions, please contact your school's main office.
District Calendar and Lunch Menu Information
If you would like to view any district calendar in a larger format or choose from a variety of print options and views, please visit the District Calendars page. This page is dedicated solely to the District's calendars, which now include the School Year Calendar and Lunch Menu. All of our calendars are available in a large, easy to view format here and are located on the main navigation bar at the top of the website under "District" and then "District Calendar."
In-depth video and print tutorials on how to best utilize Google Calendars are coming soon. We appreciate your patience as we work to get our calendars fully operational and work towards making them more user-friendly!
Senior Pictures For The 2014 - 2015 Yearbook
Senior pictures for the yearbook are due no later than Friday, October 31, 2014.
Please submit your photo via email, CD, USB Drive, or in a wallet size photo that can be scanned. You may use any vertical photograph you like. However, photos submitted must adhere to the following requirements:
Also, please submit a baby picture along with your senior photo.
If you have any questions, please contact Lori Caulkins, Ulmus Adviser, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WMBD Selects Elmwood’s High School Football Team For Game Day Game of the Week
WMBD 31 has selected the Elmwood H.S. vs Farmington H.S. football game as a High School Game Day game of the week. The selected date is October 10th, so mark your calendars and come out to support our Trojans!
As in years past, WMBD 31 News and Sports will highlight the big game during the week and will report live from game during their 5:00 P.M. & 6:00 P.M. newscasts on Friday, October 10th. They’ve also added a new twist to their game day coverage!
WMBD is working with Goodwill Industries on the “Drive to Victory” campaign. It’s a friendly competition each week between our two High School Game Day schools and communities.
Here’s How It Works:
Let’s show Farmington how fierce, but giving Trojans can really be!
Expanding Expressions Through Writing Workshop
The day before a new school year began, all Elmwood teachers were able to take part in a writing workshop presented by Sara Smith. The workshop, entitled "Expanding Expressions Through Writing Workshop," addressed writing across the curriculum for all grade levels and courses. The goal of writing programs, such as Expanding Expressions, is to ensure students are engaged and have exposure to a literacy program that provides consistent writing instruction.
Elmwood staff took part in the workshop over the course of an entire day and came away excited to bring back the ideas and materials provided in the workshop to their own classrooms.
Elmwood Community Schools thanks Mrs. Smith for providing an excellent foundation for our staff to better prepare our students for a rigorous and engaging writing curriculum.