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Football ECI Outstanding Players
Congratulations ECI BETA Club
Club Pictures and Make-up pictures Nov.1

Club pictures will be Nov.1 beginning at 8 am. We begin with middle school organizations and clubs. High school clubs and organizations and clubs will be after that. When we finish with club pictures, Mr. Gambrell will take school picture make-ups.

ECI CTAE Collaborates! CTAE Collaboration at ECI
ECI FFA State FFA President and Vice President Visit ECI FFA

State FFA President and Vice President Visit ECI FFA

 

Emanuel County Institute had the honor of hosting two of the FFA state officers on Thursday, September 13, 2018 and shared this event with several other FFA members and agricultural students.  Lauren Sherrod, ECI FFA president and Area 4 Sentinel, welcomed the state officers as well as Georgia Executive Secretary Mr. Ben Lastly to Emanuel County Institute. The two officers in attendance were the State President, Bryce Roland from Perry High School and State Vice President, Dawson Adams from Colquitt County.  

The agricultural students from Ms. Tori Pellerin’s and Mr. John Harrison’s Basic Agriscience courses were able to take advantage of a workshop challenging the students to find the true leader in each student.  The students participated in several fun activities engaging them in discussion and teamwork building skills. FFA is a national youth organization of 653,359 student members with a mission of making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education. 

Pictured are State Officers Bryce Roland and Dawson Adams and ECI agriculture students from Ms. Tori Pellerin and Mr. John Harrison’s courses

 

 

Muffin Fridays at ECI

Muffin Fridays at ECI
Mrs. Pam Baggett’s Social Skills class is learning customer service skills with their Mobile Muffin Market! They are selling muffins to teachers and students to learn customer courtesy, marketing, and money handling. 
Pictured: O’Shea Moody, Thad Sammons, Mrs. Pam Baggett, and Cole Ducker

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Student Council Elected

The ECI faculty and staff are pleased to announce the following students who have been elected to represent their respected grade levels on the 2018-2019 ECI Student Council. Congratulations!
9th Grade –Ethan Morton and Ally Walden
10th Grade- Molly McBride and Sara Beth Kersey
11th Grade- Tionna Young (standing left) Jalexis Oglesby (standing right)
12th Grade- (seated left to right) Kendra Pierce, Lauren Sherrod, Miranda Wilkerson (not pictured), and Jaycee Bowman.

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ECI Title I Parent Meeting Aug. 28 @ 6:30

ECI Title I Parent Meeting

Emanuel County Institute would like to invite school stakeholders to give feedback and insight on several important documents. Interested persons may stop by the school’s front office where the documents will be available for review according to the following schedule: 

Thursday, August 23        7:30-8:30 am               School Improvement Plan

Friday, August 24             7:30-8:30 am               Title I Parent/Student Compact

Monday, August 27           7:30-8:30 am               Parent Involvement Plan 

All three documents will be available on Aug. 28 at 6:30 pm during our Title I Parent Meeting.

Please call ECI at 478-763-2673 if you have any questions or concerns.

Superintendent Dr. Kevin Judy, Ms. Mary Rowland and Principal Barry Joiner Mary Lucy Rowland Named Teacher of the Year for ECI and Emanuel County
Chris Kearson, Dwayne Tabor, Jordan Dorene Holmes, Ali Clark Jordan Wins State in High Jump

ECI’s Jordan Win State in High Jump

Gregory Jordan, son of Kathy and Greg Jordan, took first place in high jump at the State Track and Field Championship held in May.  He won with a high jump of 6’6”. Greg broke ECI’s, and consequently his own personal best, record of last year’s 6’2”. This is a feat that we are both proud and amazed by considering that ECI has no track facilities for practicing, especially in the field events.  It should also be of note that last year Greg qualified to go to State in the high jump, but did not get to compete due to tearing his ACL the week before in an AAU basketball game. He is coached by Ali Clark and spent a good deal of his own practice time co-coaching our uprising star Ms. Emma Mason (who subsequently tied for 4th place in the state for girls’ high jump).  Gregory will be attending Swainsboro Tech this Fall while he works on his CDL.

 

ECI PTO Recruitment Meeting 8.20.2018

Emanuel County Institute will be hosting a recruitment meeting on August 20 at 6 pm in the ECI cafeteria for parents that are willing to be actively involved in the ECI Parent Teacher Organization. This is an opportunity for parents to take part in their students’ educational experience by being involved in the decision-making process at ECI. As parent leaders, your responsibility and your part of contributing to a wonderful school life experience is rewarding but more importantly, helpful to the students of our school.

End-of-year report card procedure

We're nearing the end! Parents, if you would like your student's report card mailed to your home, please send a self-addressed stamped envelope to school. Report cards will also be available for pick-up in the front office by June 1st. If your student has financial obligations, they must be cleared before their report card is released.

Ga -12 Leadership Summit with Rick Allen

Ga -12 Leadership Summit with Rick Allen

Graduating Seniors!

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21st Century Leaders visit Sudie Fulford Center
ECI STAR Student and STAR Teacher

Congratulations to 2018 STAR Student Tiernan Johnson and STAR Teacher Dorene Holmes!

Honorary Golden Radish Winners Emanuel County School System Receives Golden Radish Award for Farm to School Accomplishments

Georgia’s Departments of Agriculture, Education and Public Health, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension and Georgia Organics came together at the historic Georgia Railroad Freight Depot to celebrate over 40 percent of Georgia school districts with outstanding farm to school programs. Seventy-five school districts, serving more than one million students in Georgia, are now participating in farm to school.  These districts served more than 97 million school meals with local food items during the 2016-17 school year.

 

Emanuel County School System was recognized at the Honorary level for their accomplishments during the 2016-17 school year, including:

·         Hosting two "Farm Days", where the School Nutrition Department presented “Where in Georgia Are Our School Foods Grown" to primary and elementary students. Students took home seeds to take home to start gardens with. Students also talked to farmers, visited barns where they could pet goats, horses, cows and rabbits, sat on tractors and listened to high school FFA students explain how they work. Altamaha EMC joined by teaching students how they run power to all of the farms in the county.

SHS Fake News

This afternoon the Emanuel County Board of Education learned that a fake news site - breakingnews247.com - has posted a story that is circulating through social media stating a potential spreading of HIV by an 11th grade student at one of our schools. This website is a known prank website and should not be taken as real. “It is disappointing that someone would create a fake news story such as the one traveling around on social media,” stated school superintendent Dr. Kevin A. Judy. “Although probably intended to be funny, it unfortunately took away from our focus on students to address this issue that many believe to be true. I have contacted the provider and they readily agreed to remove the page due to the negative impact to the school and community. We appreciate their quick response to our concern.” The superintendent has been in touch with the Emanuel County Health Department to confirm that there is not a health risk to our students. Although this story is fake, the Emanuel County Nurse Manager, Jennifer Harrison, stated that anyone in the community that ever feels that they need to be tested can go the Emanuel County Health Department without an appointment time. The Emanuel County Schools take the safety and well-being of all of our students as a top priority of the school district.

Spirit of the Dogs Spirit of the Dogs Marching Band
Counselor Elizabeth Kraus Kraus Published

ECI Counselor  Mrs. Elizabeth Kraus has an article published in Georgia School Counselor Association. Her article begins on page 26. 

 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7iH4gm22aKiU3cxTmtkSXF6OS1VV2JKOThDZlhYSGttMTZZ/view?usp=sharing

Mrs. Smith's 7th Grade Scientists Thank you Wall Orthodontics!
School Council Meeting

The Swainsboro Elementary School Council will meet on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 5:00 pm in the office conference room at SES. Mrs. Allison Hood, SES Media Specialist will present the program. Principal Valorie Watkins will also discuss school data, school updates and upcoming events.  

Important January/February Dates
Emanuel County Schools will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept. 13th.

 Please monitor social media and the ECI website for updates on Homecoming activities.

PBIS Recognition
Week of 9-5

IMPORTANT DATES:
9/5-Senior Information meeting 5 pm 
9/5-Title I Parent meeting 6 pm

9/6-  5:00pm CT Football @ North Tattnall, 5:00pm

9/7- 4:30pm CT Softball vs. Jenkins HOME, 5:30 V Softball @ Jenkins

9/7- JV Football vs. Swainsboro HOME

Upcoming Important Dates:

9/13-Senior walk practice 9:30

9/15-Homecoming Parade 9:30 am (community invited). Pep Rally 2:00 at Field (community invited)

9/15-Homecoming Game (senior walk prior to game, crowning of Queen at half-time)

9/22- Senior Group Picture 8am (Superlative pictures immediately after)

Homecoming Days:

Monday - Dress up - "Merica Day"

Tuesday - Dress up - "Twin Day"

Wednesday - Dress Up - "Wacky-Tacky Day"

Thursday - Dress Up - "Class Color Day" 

          6th - Blue

          7th - Orange

          8th - Yellow

          Freshmen - Pink

          Sophomores - Green

          Junior - Red

          Senior - Black

          Faculty & Staff - White

Friday- Bulldog Spirit Day

Peanut Butter War

Don't forget to bring in your peanut butter to win the war against Swainsboro schools!

Oglesby Attends FBLA ROA Camp
ECI vs SHS

Tickets to the August 25 Swainsboro High School v. Emanuel County Institute football game may be purchased in advance at either school beginning at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, August 23 and ending at 4 p.m. on Thursday, August 24. 

Tickets are $7, cash only.

MEET THE BULLDOGS!

Tuesday Aug. 15

Peanut Butter War!
Pictured (L to R) Morgan Rehberg, Zade Anna Williford, Sarah Beth Kersey, Kati-Brooke Hooks, Breana Librizzi, and MacKayla Oglesby.  Not pictured: Calissa Mason, Kendra Pierce, Caroline Kraus, and Jenna Hinson. FBLA SLOTS 2017
Trent Smoyer Smoyer Named Georgia Scholar

Congratulations to ECI Senior Trent Smoyer on being named a 2017 Georgia Scholar! The Georgia Dept. of Education identifies and honors 183 high school seniors who have achieved excellence in school and community life. Way to go, Trent!

Mental Health Awareness

The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities, Office of Behavioral Health Prevention, has created a 30-second PSA promoting mental health awareness and reducing stigma.

Summer Water Safety

With summer upon us, local agencies are reminding Georgians of the importance of water safety.

House Bill 91 - High School Diploma

 

A new Georgia law states that on or after the effective date of the law, students shall no longer be required to earn a passing score on the graduation tests to earn a high school diploma if the student has otherwise met all state and local graduation requirements.

 
Emanuel County Institute  |  102 N College St  |  Twin City, GA 30471
Phone: 478.763.2673