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Check below this photo collage, in the "Important Announcement" area, to see special events happening at EAST. 

 

Important Announcements

Students and parents may use the link below to view courses available for the 2015-2016 school year

All CHCCS courses for Middle and High School students

Nominations for the 2014-2015 ECHHS Teacher of the Year are open until Sunday, March 8 at midnight. Please use the link below to nominate a teacher. Be sure to read the requirements for eligibility.

Nominate a Teacher as the 2014-2015 ECHHS Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to the Men's Varsity basketball team who won made it to the 3rd round of the state play-offs. Although the were upset by a team from Winterville, coach Hartsfield remarked, "the guys never quit and we're very proud of them making it to the sectional finals." 

CHCCS Celebrates School Social Workers! Click here to read more. 

Thank you Shari Coveney & Brenda McNeely-Allen for all you do to support our students and their families. 

ATTENTION SENIOR PARENTS!

Please read the attached letter, regarding the CPR graduation requirement that will affect this year's senior class. CPR will be taught via English IV classes at East on March 12 and March 13. Please make sure your student is in school on those days!

CPR Graduation Requirement.pdf

Get Your Be Loud On is a talent showcase at the Cat’s Cradle on March 14th, 2015. The goal of this event is to give groups and individuals a chance to show off their talents and express their teenage life while raising awareness for the Be Loud! Sophie Foundation. If you are interested or have any questions please contact beloudsophieateast@gmail.com. To sign up you can go to this link. 

The Be Loud Sophie Foundation’s mission is to support adolescent and young adult cancer patients and their families at UNC hospitals by providing creative ways to target personal interests in order to help them maintain their independence and identity. Sophie Steiner, the inspiration for the foundation, was forever finding ways to express her passion and love for life through dance and poetry. When she was in the hospital she noticed that not all teenagers had the opportunity to express themselves and enjoy the experiences of being an adolescent and she wanted to address this issue.
You are invited to showcase your talents at Get Your Be Loud On, whether this includes music, performance, visual arts, or spoken word. The overall theme of this showcase is a reminder of what it is like to be a teenager, so we are looking for people who use their talent to express their experiences and emotions of being an adolescent. 

Order your tickets in advance for "The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940". Use this link to order your tickets today and see the performance at 7:30 in the East auditorium on March 5, 6 or 7. This murder mystery farce is sure to thrill and excite audiences--it's a mash-up of "Clue" meets "White Christmas" meets "Scooby Doo."


Blood Drive is coming: Please consider donating blood on March 6.  Click here to sign up. Also be sure to check age and health requirements from the American Red Cross before you sign up.


Enter CHCCS' 2nd Annual High School Fiction & Poetry Contest!

When you submit your creative writing to East’s literary magazine, Silver-tongued, you can opt to enter CHCCS' annual All-High School Fiction Contest! 

Top contest winners in Fiction & Poetry receive monetary prizes:  $500 first place / $250 second place / $100 third place, & the opportunity to read his/her work to the community at Open Eye Café! 
Final Deadline: March 13th

SUBMISSION BOXES ARE LOCATED 
in the Ceramics Room, in the Library, outside the Black Box, and in Room 186. You may also e-mail submissions to silvertonguedlitmag@gmail.com

Please E-mail the Literary Magazine Advisor, Ms. J.M. Smith, with questions. jsmith@chccs.k12.nc.us

Fiction: Finalists will be judged by Daniel Wallace
Poetry: Finalists will be judged by A Prominent Local Poet (TBD)

 Congratulations to the students listed here who competed the  weekend of Feb. 6-7 in the regional round of the NCAJ High School  Mock Trial Competition. This group won first place and advanced  to the State Championship to be held on March 6-7th in Raleigh. 

  Lena Hu
  Devin Collins
  James Creissen
  Daniel Stratton
  Lucy Wu
  Jopsy Bayog
  Tamasha Pathirathna
  Max Dickson



  National Ocean Sciences Bowl was held Saturday Feb. 7 on the UNC campus.  The local (UNC) competition was named the Blue Heron Bowl. Congratulations to the following ECHHS team members for making it to the quarterfinals. 

Grace Liam
Jenny Liu
Tiangi Wang
Anwesha Nandi

Seniors, If you have not met the service learning graduation requirement, please be sure to touch base with Mrs. Haythorn to let her know how you plan to meet the requirement.  If you need help you may visit Mrs. Haythorn in Rm A-103 or send an e-mail to phaythorn@chccs.k12.nc.us.

Calendar of Upcoming Events at ECHHS


DISTRICT ALERT!

Upcoming Events: Board Meeting, March 5

School Make-Up Days Listed / 

Días para recuperar días de no escuela

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