Back Row L to R: Elise El-Rai, Gracie Knight, John Rivers Brown, Jacy Jordan Front L to R: Marley Brown, Ramsey Brown, and Piper Jordan
Reading Fair Winners:
Division A- kindergarten–Marley Brown
Division B- first grade– Katelynn Malone
Division C- second grade– Ramsey Brown
Division D- third grade–Elise El-Rai
Division E- fourth/fifth grades– John Rivers Brown
Division F- sixth-eighth grades– Gracie Knight
Division K- Family grades PreK-2– Piper Jordan
Division L- Family grades3-5– Jacy Jordan
FBLA FALL HOODIE/SWEATSHIRT SALE begins today, October 31, 2013. These are MONOGRAMMED with Glittery Fabric for Heart Shape. We are offering a Funky Style and a Traditional Style– Samples can be seen on the Enterprise Web Site, Facebook, Office and in Mrs. Crotwell and Mrs. Prather’s Room. Elementary Students–Forms will be sent home, Jr. High Forms can be picked up from Mrs. Prather, High School–Forms are outside Mrs. Crotwell’s Door. Prices range from $20 to $35. Deadline to order is Friday, November 15. GREAT CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Congratulations to 3rd grader Calvin Thomasee in Mrs. Hart’s class. Calvin has already earned fifty AR points this year. His reward for reaching his goal was to read to a younger class. He read “IF You Give a Moose a Muffin” to Ms. Love’s 1st grade class.
The Lincoln County 4-H Livestock Judging Team won first place in the state competition and qualified to compete on the national level at the Western National Roundup in Denver, Colorado.
The first place livestock judging team is made up of two Enterprise Attendance Center students; Sara Terrell and Brant White. The other members of the team are Mackenzie Ritchie and Rachel McDaniel.
The first place 4-H Livestock Judging Team.
From left to right: Rachel McDaniel, Sara Terrell, Mackenzie Ritchie, Brant White, and 4-H Agent Brandon Alberson.
The Western National Roundup takes place January 9-12. The Western National Roundup promotes leadership by encouraging decision-making and teamwork skills, critical thinking, and independence.
Enterprise Attendance Center students Sara Terrell and Brant White.
Elementary fundraiser items will be deliveried October 24th after 10:00 a.m. If you have cookie dough please make arrangements to pick due to it needing to be refrigerated.
Color of shirt – White
Lettering is pink, purple, and green.
Turn orders into the Library
Deadline to order is October 4th at noon.
Sizes up to AXL $13 and 2x -3x are $15
1st Row: Ryder Martin – attendant, Colton Welch – Homecomng King, Ashley Boyd – Homecoming Queen, Ava Porter – attendant, Maddie Claire Jergins – attendant, Kristin Jergins – Miss EAC, Jackson Cole – Mr EAC, Caleb Davis – attendant
2nd Row: Kristen Lambert – senior maid, Bailey Dunaway – senior maid, Brianna Dunaway – High School football maid, Destiny Brister – junior maid, Ahna Thomasee – junior maid
3rd Row: Savanna Dunaway – freshman maid, Devan Hardin – freshman maid, Lauren Nuckles – sophomore maid, Kennedy Branton – sophomore maid
4th Row: Caley Cangemi – 8th grade maid, Kelsey Waldrop – 8th grade maid, Eden Ward – Junior High football maid, Gracie Thompson – 7th grade maid, Brooke Foster – 7th grade maid
SPIRIT WEEK DRESS-UP DAYS (School dress code must be followed)
Monday: Pajama Day (pants and t-shirts)
Tuesday: Camo “Duck Dynasty” Day
Wednesday: College Day
Thursday: Throwback Thursday
Friday: EHS Spirit Day
ALUMNI RECEPTION INFORMATION
The classes of the “3″ will gather in the school library for a reception from 4:30 pm until 5:45 pm.
Enterprise vs East Marion – Friday, October 4th at 7:00pm
September is: Band-Aids, Books, and Bibs for Batson!
Student Council and Beta Club are changing how items are collected for Blair E. Batson. This is a major service project that involves both clubs. They want to make this a year round project and not just a Christmas project. So each month of the school year there will be different items to collect for Blair E. Batson and the class in k-6 and 7-12 that collects the most items each month will receive a small thank you for their help in this service project.
So please bring Band-Aids, Books, and Bibs for Batson for the month of September. Books may include books to read, coloring books, word finds, mad libs, activity books, etc.
K-6 class that collects the most items will receive popsicles on October 2nd during recess.
7-12 – 3rd period class that collects the most items will receive popsicles during break on October 2nd.
Thanks from Student Council and Beta Club!!!!!