Prom News: The table sign up sheet for Prom has been posted outside of Mrs. Amend’s room. Please sign up in a timely manner. Out of town date forms for Prom are available in the office for students to pick up. They are due back to school by March 25.
There will be a high school football meeting for grades 8-11 immediately after school in the library.
There will be college rep visiting from Northeast Community College during lunchtime today.
Hey Elementary Students: Check out the ice cream reading tracker in the library window! Each scoop of ice cream in the window represents 20 AR points. The reading goal for March is 3000 points. Keep reading so you can turn Mr. Black and Mrs. Novicki into human ice cream sundaes!
Mrs. Vaughn’s 3rd period PE class will be doing archery tomorrow and Friday and we ask for safety reasons that no one enters the 1987 gym at that time. The doors leading into that gym will all be locked at that time except the doors near the band room. Thank you for your cooperation.
2020 NVC ITE Day Results Junior High Metric 500 Appearance- Isaac Eckert 1st, Jay Halsey 2nd, Mason Nitz 3rd, JJ Black 4th, Easton Rystrom 5th Metric 500 Race- Easton Rystrom 1st
Breaking News: The boys state basketball tournament will be played. However, no spectators that are not family members will be allowed.
The phones at EV seem to be back up and working!!
Good luck to the high school Live Wires show choir as they compete at the Harvard Show Choir Competition today!!
Hey Elementary Students: Check out the ice cream reading tracker in the library window! Each scoop of ice cream in the window represents 20 AR points. The reading goal for March is 3000 points, and as of yesterday, March 10th, the elementary has earned 625 points. Keep reading so you can turn Mr. Black and Mrs. Novicki into human ice cream sundaes!
The telephone system at Elkhorn Valley Schools is currently down. We are investigating the issue and hopefully the phones will be working shortly. In the meantime, you can reach the school by emailing teachers, administrators or the office staff. The main office can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 NVC ITE Day Results CAD- Matthew Wood 3rd, Michael Glynn 5th Quiz Bowl- First Kolton Krick, Ben Wilcox, Hunter Howard, Jacob Cleveland Paper Tower Testing- Kody Qualset 3rd Problem Solving- Sadie Smutny 1st, Zane Richardson 3rd Mousetraptor Pull- Maverick Short 1st Rubber Band Car- Jaxson Eischeid 5th Balloon Vehicle- Journey Werner 2nd, Zane Richardson 3rd Mouse Trap Car Race- Ben Wilcox 3rd Tower Testing- Maverick Short 1st, Sadie Smutny 2nd, Matthew Wood 3rd, Hunter Klinetobe 4th Bridge Testing- Brianna Maughan 1st, Alisha Larsen 3rd, Alexis Lind 4th Robotic Arm- Kegan McAllister 1st, Kody Qualset 2nd Welding Test- Hunter Howard 2nd, Kolton Krick 3rd Building Construction Test- Jorge Vigil 2nd, Dalton Murray 3rd, Ben Wilcox 4th General Tech Test- Jaxson Eishied 1st Woodworking Test- Sadie Smutny 1st, Sibley Molhoff 2nd, Kristi Nierodzik 3rd Power Mechanics- Hunter Howard 1st Woodworking hand tools- Carter Werner 3rd
There will be an elementary Century Club meeting tomorrow after school.
Out of town date forms for Prom are available in the office for students to pick up. They are due back to school by March 25.
There will be college rep visiting from Northeast Community College during lunchtime on Thursday, March 12.
Mr. Meyer is bringing in the Fleet Feet Running Company this Thursday. They will be selling shoes for the upcoming track season. This includes spikes, if you're interested. They will be here from 4:30 until around 7:00. If interested, please get him your shoe size by Tuesday.
Good luck to the high school Live Wires show choir as they compete at the Harvard Show Choir Competition tomorrow!
The speech home show will be tonight at 6:30. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend!
The junior high music students are attending the Wayne State College Music Festival today in Wayne.
MAPS testing continues at EVS this week. Please help by having your students in school and on time if at all possible! Thank you!