The Paul W. DeLauter Youth Center's has re-opened as of 9/12. They have expanded their free, drop-in session to THREE NIGHTS A WEEK now; however, there are grade restrictions for certain nights as listed below: Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 6-8 PM, for grades 4th-12th Wednesday evening, 6-8 PM, for grades 3rd-6th All youth who wish to attend MUST HAVE A NEW 2023-2024 registration form completed by a youth or guardian before attending. A completed form can be brought to the center the first night the youth would like to attend. Blank registration forms can be found outside the youth center's front door, or on our Facebook page under Paul W. DeLauter Youth Center. Two adult staff members supervise all activities each evening session. They are open from mid-September to mid-May and follow the JCSD school schedule; when school is closed, they are also closed that evening. They have a variety of fun activities scheduled for this coming year with a focus on supervising group and individual physical activities, as well as hosting guest speakers and special events also. They are so excited to offer a FREE, SIX-WEEK TAI CHI CLASS by a certified instructor, Chris Toddes, beginning on Wednesday evening, October 11, 2023 from 6-7:15 PM for youth in grades 3th-6th only. This class will be offered over the course of six consecutive evenings sessions beginning Wednesday, October 11th and conclude on Wednesday, November 15th. These classes are be an excellent opportunity for the youth in this grade range to learn new skills; these classes, and all activities at the youth center, are all FREE. Attending youth who come to the youth center only need to wear sneakers and comfortable clothing-no sandals, crocs, or boots, and no backpacks are permitted also. If you any questions/concerns, please feel email of email@example.com; or call 717-513-5767. Questions are accepted through their Facebook page as well. Monthly activity calendars are also available for interested parties.
There will be an EJHS Student Government Meeting tomorrow morning, 9/7, at 8:10am in the library.
Congratulations to the following seniors for being nominated to the 2023 Homecoming Court: Kendahl Stroup, Zoe Lower, Sophia Trent, Cadee Becker, & Addison Benner.
We would like to welcome back our wonderful students tomorrow for the first day of the 2023-2024 school year! Whether you're taking your first steps into our halls or returning as familiar faces, know that this space is where you can live out your dreams and expand your curiosity. Our dedicated educators and staff are here to guide, inspire, and support you as you navigate the exciting journey ahead. Have a great year!
For the 23-24 school year breakfast with be FREE for ALL students. Lunch will be free for all students who qualify for FREE and REDUCED lunch status. We encourage all parents to fill out an application for free/reduced lunch at www.schoolcafe.com
CHIP provides quality, comprehensive health insurance for routine doctor's visits, prescriptions, dental, eye care, eye glasses, mental health, and much more. CHIP covers uninsured kids who are not eligible for Medical Assistance. For many families, CHIP is free--for others, it is a low cost. Please see the attached flyer for more information CHIP ofrece un seguro de salud completo y de calidad para visitas médicas de rutina, recetas, cuidado dental, de la vista, anteojos, salud mental y mucho más. CHIP cubre a niños sin seguro que no son elegibles para Asistencia Médica. Para muchas familias, CHIP es gratis; para otras, es de bajo costo. Por favor vea el volante adjunto para más información
Have a Bachelor’s Degree but no teaching certificate? Interested in Day-to-Day substitute teaching? Local school districts are interested in finding qualified personnel to serve as guest teachers. Visit https://www.tiu11.org/ for more details.
The paving project here at the high school starts tomorrow June 30 and lasts through July 13. The front parking lot will be blocked off for a good portion of that time. Please call the school before you make the trip here. We will have an alternate parking area available.
Summer office hours will be Monday-Thursday, 8:00 am-4:00 pm. Hope everyone is enjoying summer break so far!
There will be a field hockey meeting tonight in the EJHS library at 6:00 pm. The new coaching staff would like to meet all new and returning players. If you will be in grades 9-12 this fall and would like to play, please plan on attending tonight.
Looking for graduation pictures? Find them here: https://www.staceysnyderstudio.com/proofing password: ej23
The 22/23 EJHS Yearbooks has arrived! Mrs. Watto and committee did a terrific job and we have a book to enjoy for years. The students who ordered and paid for their copies have received them. A limited number are available and are now offered for sale. Please contact the main office soon if you would like to purchase a yearbook!
Please know this is a correction to previous information that was sent out. The last day for seniors is May 23rd.
Please, join us in celebrating all of our staff members here at East Juniata High School during Teacher Appreciation Week. We want to thank all EJ teachers for the many ways that they support and assist our students! Thank you!!
Stop out and support East Juniata's FFA at McLaughlin's Pharmacy tomorrow for their flower sale. There will be hanging baskets, planters, birdhouses, candle and so much more!
Today's home softball game against Halifax has been switched to AWAY @ Halifax due to field conditions.
JH Girls Soccer, Tennis and JV Baseball have been cancelled for this afternoon. JH girls soccer will now play May 15.
The Daily Item will again be creating a keepsake graduation edition for our 2023 seniors. We would like to be a part of giving them something special to remember their senior year. It will be part of a special Graduation section to be published on Saturday, May 27th, 2023.
Tonight's softball and varsity baseball games have been postponed until Thursday, May 4.
Softball at Newport has been postponed for tonight. Makeup date May 8.