Tuesday, January 17, 2017




Girls Track


Boys Track

FEB. 13

Boys Gymnastics

FEB. 27



Soccer (Girls)


Tennis (Boys)

Water Polo (Boys)

Water Polo (Girls)

MAR. 6

Boys Volleyball


Don’t forget about your white card!  You must have a current physical and parental permission on file in order to try-out.

All interested Boys' Track & Field athletes their is an informational meeting on Wednesday January 25th at 3:45pm in room 120. Bring a friend with you to the meeting! If you have any questions ask Mr. Bucciarelli in room 126-C.

ATTENTION JUNIORS!  Prepare for this year’s SAT by registering for the SAT Prep Seminar at EGHS!  Go to the EG website to register online or download a registration form. Registrations are accepted on a first come, first serve basis so, hurry in before the classes are full!! Classes begin January 28th.  Stop in the Assessment Center if you have any questions. 

Students - Please make sure to update your iPads to the latest software version (iOS 10.2 If you need any assistance, please visit the Technology Help Desk!*Note* If you have an iPad 2, please ensure you are at software version 9.3.5.

For all boys not involved in a winter sport; have you ever wanted to learn how to do a backflip? Have you wanted to get involved in a spring sport that gets you stronger? Come to the Boys Gymnastics Open Gyms Tuesday and Thursday nights in the gymnastics cage at 6-8pm. Absolutely ZERO experience is necessary. Please see Mr. Murphy or email Coach Dengel for questions (egboysgymnastics@d214.org) 

LOST AND FOUND! Glasses, keys, cell phones etc. are in the Attendance Office-  Lost books, lunches, clothes, shoes, etc can be found in the Front Security Booth.  Please GO and pick up your valuables.

Staying HEALTHY Did you know that when you sneeze or cough your germs can travel from 12 to 15 feet?  Since we are seeing a lot of colds and stomach flu at EGHS it is a good time to remind everyone to make sure you wash your hands frequently, especially before eating.  Don’t share drinks or utensils and cover your mouth when you cough and sneeze.  If you have a fever over 100 degrees, vomiting or diarrhea you must stay home until you no longer have these symptoms for 24 hours.  On the other hand, if you are not that ill you should try to come to school because the new state guidelines only allow you to miss 4.5 days per semester or you will be considered truant.  The only exception is if you have a doctor’s note.  So, take care of yourself, get plenty of sleep, eat a balanced diet and drink plenty of water.