EEM's House Wars was such a fun way to end the year! Congratulations House of Fidelis for winning the competition which means they will start the 2022-2023 school year in the lead. Thank you to Laura DePriest for taking pictures of the event. See the link below to view the pictures. https://bit.ly/3A0h69A
Students at EEM's Summer Learning Camp have been learning about acid-base reactions and the PH scale. They tested to determine the acidy of certain cokes and energy drinks.
Congratulations to our 7th-grade students for their achievements on NWEA and throughout the school year. We're so proud of you!
Brayden and Vanesa have now passed three certification exams each - in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint - and are now designated as Microsoft Office Specialist Associates.
Three EEM students, Brayden Ashford, Blake Jimerson, and Vanesa Rios-Hernandez, recently passed the certification exam for Microsoft Office PowerPoint.
EEM is looking forward to our grand finale, House Wars. House of Cognos and House of Veritas tied as winners last time. Who will come out on top this time?
At EEM, Chromebooks will be collected on Wednesday, May 25th after the 6th-period semester exams. Students need to bring both their Chromebook and charger to school.
Thank you to our Engineering students (as pictured from left to right: Harper Gillis, Gavin Goldman, & Dalton Langley) for making flag holders and installing them in all of the classrooms at EEM.
EEM's VEX Robotics team is in Dallas, Texas, competing in the Worlds Robotics competition. Currently, they are sitting in 20th place out of 78 in their division. They have three more runs before the next rounds of the competition, in which they must be in the top 20 to advance. Their World rank is 320 of over 3000 teams. EEM is so proud of our students and cheering them on from back home!
East End Middle School is proud of our Seniors! Congratulations class of 2022!
Tryouts for middle school boys basketball will be May 9-11.
Vickie Gilliam with Diamond Lakes Credit Union brought a Reality Fair to 8th-grade students at EEM on Wednesday. Students were assigned a family and a job and had to figure out how to make their lifestyle fit with the money they earn. Many students were surprised at how much everything cost especially housing, vehicles, and childcare.
Engineering students at EEM work to create 2D floor-plans with various online programs. They then work to convert all their measurements to a 1:40 scale and construct a wooden 3D model of their home.
SHS Thespian Club students volunteered to teach EEM's Drama Club how to stage sword fight on Tuesday. Our students had a great time. Thank you SHS volunteers and Mrs. Scott!
EEM's Spring Dance is quickly approaching! Tickets will be on sale Tuesday through Friday at each grade level's lunch. Tickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door the night of the dance. Concessions will be available for $1-$3 at the dance. See the attached flyer for more information.
On April 14, Mrs. Anita Williams visited 8th grade Career Development classes at EEM to talk about her job with the US Geological Survey.
The Be Pro Be Proud Truck recently visited EEM to highlight jobs in the trades and manufacturing for 8th grade Career Development students. Students were introduced to these jobs through various simulations. There were several teachers who also enjoyed trying out the simulators.
Vanesa Rios-Hernadez and Brayden Ashford have passed the Microsoft Office Word and Excel certification exams in Ms. Walker's Survey of Business class at EEM.
EEM's STEM into Spring was a great success. We loved having the opportunity to meet our future 6th-grade EEM Yellowjackets and enjoyed spending time with our current EEM families. Thank you to all who came out and participated in the fun!
EEM is hosting "STEM into Spring" math and science night tomorrow, April 14th. We will have activities for families as well as refreshments. Incoming 6th-graders for the 2022-2023 school year are invited to come to tour the building & participate in the fun. We look forward to seeing you there!