Kansas Senator Jerry Moran tours EHS
Kansas Senator Jerry Moran toured El Dorado High School on October 16. The tour was led by students Lauren Lowrey and Andrew Tipton.
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L-R: Lauren Lowrey, Senator Jerry Moran, Andrew Tipton
EMS girls tennis finishes third in Pioneer League
The EMS girls tennis team placed third in the Pioneer League tournament on October 3 in Ark City. This is the highest any EMS girls tennis team has placed in a Pioneer League tournament.
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EHS students named KU Honors Scholars
Several EHS students were named KU Honors Scholars and will be recognized next month by the KU Alumni Association.
Students become Honors Scholars by performing academically in the top ten percent of their graduating class.
This year’s KU Honors Scholars at EHS are Taylor Brock, Callie Carter, Peyton Duryea, Hollie Gregg, Channing Kimble, Nate Kistler, Cheyenne Lee-Smith, Lauren Lowrey, Jaden McAdoo, Christian McCoy, Madeline Sammons, Sydney Scanlon, Gretchen Shum, Katlyn Sparks, and Jake Tole.
Students posed for a photo on pajama day during Red Ribbon Week.
Recognition ceremonies will take place in November.
Performing Arts Center milestone slated to begin after November 1
Construction crews are nearing full-scale demolition on the east wing of the Performing Arts Center as the area is cleared to increase parking for events. Simpson construction anticipates the major work on this to begin after November 1.
In preparation for the demolition, the decorative architectural features on the exterior of the building were carefully removed and will be reused in the final renovation. Memorial bricks have already been removed for relocation at the renovated facility.
Shortly after demolition is completed, a small supply of rough bricks from the structure will be made available for patrons who would like a keepsake from the historical building. They will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
The district will publish information on social media the day before bricks are made available detailing the location and hours that patrons may come get a brick or two.
For questions about the project, please contact the District Office at 316-322-4800.