We would like to thank our wonderful donors for sponsoring this years Gala and financially supporting our gifted young women and men at BHS, CTHS, SHS and WHS. A special nod to our host campus, Chisholm Trail High School, for providing the beautiful space to recognize some of the top performing students at EMS. The 2018 Academic Awards Gala was an enchanting evening of accolades.
We are making connections with those responsible for finding the physical foundations for our EMS families. Our goal is to partner with these giving-minded Realtor’s and together, expand a students educational foundation!
We are anticipating final numbers for our first Community HOPE Campaign! When they arrive we will be posting here and to our Twitter account @EMSEDFOUNDATION. A huge "thanks" to all of those involved in this campaign! Your support is paramount! ... See MoreSee Less
Three EMS ISD students achieved top honors in STAR Family and Consumer Sciences related competitive events at the annual FCCLA National Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Ga. on June 28-July 2. Click here to read more about their achievements: bit.ly/2NmdTFI We're #emsproud! ... See MoreSee Less
Any high school student who is registered for 2018-19 courses at the HCTC, and did not attend orientation in the Spring, is invited to attend HCTC Orientation Night on August 14 at 6 pm or 6:45 pm. Course information and any fees associated with a course will be discussed. Click here for more information: ow.ly/7VIq30kmZ05... See MoreSee Less
Community Link is hosting a Back to School Bash to provide families in need with free backpacks, school supplies, hair cuts, eye glasses, reading books, and more. Recipients must meet income qualifications and pre-register. Donations also welcomed. Click here for more information: bit.ly/2Jjhge7... See MoreSee Less
Three of our Hollenstein Career and Technology Center students earned gold and bronze medals at the SkillsUSA National Contest in Louisville, Ky., June 23-29. Click here to see what contests they placed in: bit.ly/2N7tskt #emsproud ... See MoreSee Less
As part of EMS ISD’s Aspire 2022 Strategic Plan, a committee of district stakeholders worked together to create a collective vision of the core competencies an EMS ISD student will possess upon graduation that are critical for life-long learning and future success as an adult in the 21st Century. Click here to see the five core competencies: https://bit.ly/2mbrq7L #emsproud ... See MoreSee Less
Reminder: We will be serving anyone, 18 yrs old or younger, FREE breakfast and/or lunch this summer. Kids do not need to register, nor show proof of age or income. They do not even need to be an EMS ISD student. Click here for more information: ow.ly/SWAs30kt7Xj... See MoreSee Less
Stop by and check out the student artwork on display at the Saginaw Rec Center and Saginaw Library! #emsproudEagle Mountain/Saginaw ISD Art on Display
Recently, the City of Saginaw partnered with the Eagle Mountain/Saginaw ISD to display some art pieces created by local students from the district art competition. Some of the pieces are currently on display at the Saginaw Recreation Center and Saginaw Public Library. Check out their great work! ... See MoreSee Less