Escalon High School Daily Bulletin

Attention all students planning on playing a winter sport. Make sure your physical is up to date and you get cleared on You will not be able to start practicing until you are cleared online.

Attention all boys and girls interested in playing basketball.  Conditioning starts tonight at 6:30pm at the football field.

Attention all girls interested in playing soccer.  There will be a meeting on Wednesday, at lunch, in Room 27.

Seniors and Parents/Guardians are invited to our FAFSA and CA DREAM ACT APPLICATION - Cash for College Workshop on Tuesday, October 15th, Escalon H.S Library, 3:15 pm-6:30 pm.  Assistance is provided.  The form needs to be completed by prospective college students to determine eligibility for student financial aid for college. 

Seniors! There are still a few class shirts available. Stop by room 13 to purchase one for $15. 

100 Years shirts are still available for $5 with an ID in room 13! 

FCA - There will be a Fellowship of Christian Athletes pizza lunch meeting on Friday in room 10. We will be featuring a guest speaker. You do not need to be an athlete to attend - everyone is welcome. Join us for lunch on Friday.  

JUNIORS- The PSAT test is this Wednesday, October 16th.  You still have time to purchase the test for $17,00 in the Counseling Center.    There is only 1 left so hurry over to the counseling center before it gets sold.  

AP tests are being sold in the ASB office now through November 15.  Checks are accepted until November 7, then cash only from November 8-15.

Want some help with one of your classes? Want a space to finish a homework assignment? Peer Tutoring is available in Room 34 during lunch every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Stop by today!ยก

Fall Wrestling Practice will be on Tuesdays at 5:30 in the wrestling room.  Make sure you have completed the online clearance before coming to practice.

Attention All Juniors: The Escalon Sunrise Rotary is seeking applicants to participate in the 2020 RYLA Leadership Camps. These camps bring together over 200 students from the Central Valley who are already leaders in their schools. The camp runs from February 14-18. Applications are available from Mrs. Baldwin in Room 30 and are due October 23rd. For further information see Mrs. Baldwin or the 2019 participants: Austin Terra, Manny Diaz, and Natalie Cortes.  

San Joaquin County is looking for students who are 16 years of age or older and have a GPA of 2.5 or higher to work the March 3rd Presidential Primary Election.  If selected to participate students can earn $165 while serving their community. Come by the counseling center for an application and more information.    

Film club: There is a film club meeting during lunch on Friday in Room 12. Our Film Club is holding our first film premiere, this Saturday from 7-8 pm in the Theater and on Sunday from 6:30-7:30 in the theater. Tickets are $2 ahead of time and $3 at the door.

Students interested in being a  tutor to students from Elementary, Jr High, or EHS please come by the counseling center to apply.                                                 

SPORTS - Week at a Glance 


Just a reminder that baby powder or like substance cannot be thrown during football games per TVL rules. Anyone throwing powder will receive harsh discipline.

Monday, October 14th

F/JV/V Volleyball at Riverbank, 4:30/5:30/6:30

Girls Golf League Tournament at Micke Grove excuse Mikayla Schut, Kara Kennedy, Ella Adams, Ella MacKinnon, Lucy Allbaugh and Bella Ambro all day. 

Tuesday, October 15th

Wednesday, October 16th

F/JV/V Volleyball vs. Ripon, 4:30/5:30/6:30

Thursday, October 17th

F Football vs. Ripon, 6:00

Friday, October 18th

JV/V Football at Ripon, 5:00/7:00

Saturday, October 19th

Cross Country at Rio Linda