This trip was an item at last year's Benefit Auction.
The Annual Athletic Dinner was held last night following EMS matches versus Dwight-Englewood and Horace Mann. Athletic Director Andy Escala honored the eighth grade students for their participation in athletics over the past three years.
Five eighth graders (above) were recognized for participating in sports every season since sixth grade. Each received a certificate and one of the jerseys they had worn this year!
Highlights of the athletic year include nearly 90% participation from the sixth grade, winning records in a number of sports, an undefeated ice hockey team, and an individual champion in cross country.
We wish the eighth graders all the best in their future athletic endeavors and look forward to the sixth and seventh graders stepping into leadership roles next year.
(Post: Mr. Cooper. Photo: Mr. Escala)
The EMS community extends an enormous "thank you" to the 80th Anniversary Co-chairs for an evening we will never forget. We know it took many volunteers, hours of hard work, a sea of talent, but we want you to know it was worth every minute! You transformed the Grace Muller Courtyard and the Cohen Center into a garden of delights! Bravo!
(l to r: Jennifer Shaia, Judy Couri and Adrienne Anderson)
(Post: Ms. Lester)
Our volunteers spend thousands of hours each year giving their time, talent and work to ensure that we have the best school possible for our students. Be it writing notes for the Apple Tree Fund, chairing the Annual Book Fair, working in the gardens, or working in one of our libraries (among many other possibilities), please know that we value what you contribute and extend the thanks of the entire community!
The event took place at Nisi, the restaurant in Englewood owned by the Mourkakos family, former EMS parents.