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

The Friends Helping Friends Club will meet today, 10/17 for a game day in room 24 during lunch. Hope to see you there!

Do you like to volunteer? If you do contribute your time helping in the community, please consider applying for the Prudential Spirit of Community scholarship no later than November 5. Details are in Naviance.  

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! 

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.

Do you BELIEVE IN MAGIC?  Do you like to watch Magic and Acrobats? VIVA MOMIX is the play for you.  VPA is selling tickets to VIVA MOXIX at the Gallo Center in Modesto. The play is only $10 and is 10/29 in the morning. See Mrs. Rissetto in Room 20 for permission slips. 

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! 

Attention Anyone interested in wrestling this year. Mandatory hydration test Monday, October 21st at 3:15 in the boy’s locker room. This includes boys and girls. ( girls will meet in the gym.) Fall athletes will go first. Any questions contact Mr. Scott in room 19.  

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.    

Rally Day Schedule this Friday 18th 

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.

Thursday, October 17th

F Football vs. Ripon, 6:00

Friday, October 18th

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

JV bus departs at 3:00, player release at 2:35.

Saturday, October 19th

Cross Country at Rio Linda

Next week Sporting Schedules

Monday, October 21

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

Girls Golf at Divisionals

Tuesday, October 22

Wednesday, October 23

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

Thursday, October 24

F Football vs Livingston, 6:00

Cross Country at Mt. Sac Invite

Friday, October 25

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

Cross Country at Mt. Sac Invite

Saturday, October 26

Cross Country at Mt. Sac Invite