Something very exciting will be coming on behalf of EMS Education Foundations efforts to spread the message about this incredible Charity. We have amazing leaders from Blue Mound to Eagle Mountain Saginaw to the edge of 820! You are who have made this event successful. All online-all easy to check in and show love!
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Deadlines for Student Scholarship applications are quickly approaching. This week, Friday, February 16th all applications and teacher recommendation forms are due to their local counselor.
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Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital at Alliance have, through a grant, made it possible for 16 students from the EMS ISD to graduate with a certification as Patient Care Technicians. This is a program that is being offered at the Hollenstein Career and Technology Center. This grant is an immense support and will make a sustainable impact in these students’ lives. ... See MoreSee Less
EMS Parents and Students... Scholarship deadlines are near. Go under the student scholarships tab at emsef.org and apply, TODAY! Deadline Feb. 16, 2018. Allow your teachers this time to submit recommendations. Do not delay. ... See MoreSee Less
Have you found an innovative, unprecedented, creative or original concept to bring an untapped curiosity-driven thinking in the classroom? Maybe you have a vision to focus, elevate and multiply productivity in your students.
We believe in your gift as an educator! If we can fund your request, you will be among the lucky recipients that are able to advance their abilities in the classroom.
EMS Education Foundation teaching grant applications are still available online at www.emsef.org/for-employees. Applications can be turned into the Education Foundation office located at the HCTC.
The deadline for submissions is March 21, 2018.
Grant recipients will be notified in May and funds will be available in August 2018.
The Foundation offers two types of grants:
1.) Teaching Grants with a value of approximately $1,000. 2.) 21st Century Learning Grant, with a maximum value of $10,000.
For questions or assistance, please contact the Foundation at: firstname.lastname@example.org. ... See MoreSee Less
Employee Grants and Scholarships Each year the EMS ISD Education Foundation continues its mission of supporting programs that assists in achieving academic excellence. We support our teachers in the development of solutions to enrich and maximize the quality of education. Our teaching grants and sch...
IT IS GRANT TIME! it is that special time a year and Grant applications are now open between January 8 and March 21, 2018. Dont miss the amazing opportunity to bring that special project to your classroom and to provide the EMS ISD students with special possibilities. See the Foundation website: EMSEF.org or follow this link: www.emsef.org/for-employees/
if you have any question in regards to the grant application process, please contact Susanne Johnson: email@example.com ... See MoreSee Less
Hello Friends, As the holidays are fast approaching, we would like to remind you that if you use, Amazon Smile while shopping, they give back to us. Your support in this way would be very much appreciated. smile.amazon.com/ch/75-2848881 and Amazon donates to The Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD Education Foundation. ... See MoreSee Less
Wow! We can not measure the amount of generosity Eagle Mountain Saginaw ISD employees have shown to the 2017 Because We Care Campaign.
This is a record setting year- breaking a $62,000.00 threshold of pledges! All proceeds will fund innovative teaching grants in the district. We are excited to see what resources are funded this year. Applications open up in January 2018!
Congratulations to all campuses on reaching and exceeding their goals. A tremendous "thank-you" to our Campus Care Captains and Co-Captains. Your ability to communicate the campaign does not go unrecognized. You make such a difference and this is all possible because of your volunteerism. We hope you found this opportunity to serve your campus rewarding. We value the behind the scenes and countless hours you have put in, to be successful.
A Special Note of humble gratitude to the following for campaign administrative, kick-off and finale event assistance. You all truly move mountains!
Jared Hardy, Patty Hill, Becky Nevins, Shelia Irwin, Amanda Moore, Jorge Garza, Priscilla Finch, Angie Haar, Shelly Couch, Stuart Spoon, and John Fahey your dedication to this campaign is sincerely appreciated.
Thank you Dr. Chadwell for your continuous support and dedication during this campaign, and at all events benefiting the Education Foundation. ... See MoreSee Less
Dana Eldredge, Director of Career and Technical Education at the Hollenstein Career and Technology Center, was honored as the EMS ISD Educator of the Year at the Northwest Tarrant Chamber of Commerce’s Chamber and Community Red Carpet Awards Gala on Thursday, February 22, at the Splash Dayz Event Center. We are #emsproud! To read more about this honor, click here: goo.gl/Dmxy5v... See MoreSee Less
At EMS ISD, our teachers are state certified and Career and Technical Education specialized courses are taught by industry certified and/or trade professionals. #DiscoverEMSISD #emsproud ... See MoreSee Less
EMS ISD's Fine Arts Showcase at the Bass Performance Hall featured five elementary choirs, the high school dance programs, and the middle school and high school bands on Wednesday, February 21. #emsproud ... See MoreSee Less
We are aware of a post on social media threatening a school with the initials SHS and immediately alerted our local police to investigate. This particular threat is spreading throughout the nation and we do not believe it is directly targeting Saginaw HS or EMS ISD. Regardless, as a precautionary measure, we did request additional police presence at Saginaw High School this morning. Although this is a national threat, we are taking it very serious in light of the current climate within this country. Thank you for being vigilant and partnering with us to keep all our children safe at school. ... See MoreSee Less
UPDATE 12:40 p.m. - EMS ISD is closely monitoring the weather, with transportation drivers traveling roads to directly observe conditions. If any weather-related changes to schedules are required, the district will directly contact families by phone as well as on social media and the district website. ... See MoreSee Less
COMING SOON: Signal Lights/BNSF Railway Control Gates Repair Work on February 27th
Next Tuesday February 27th, the BNSF Railway will be working on their cables that control the gates at Bailey Boswell Road and Saginaw Blvd intersection. In order to do this work, they need to take the traffic signals down and put them on flash. They will need a 4 hour window to complete this work. Their plan is to put signal lights in all directions on flash at that intersection starting at 10:00 am. This will allow the morning commuters and school traffic to get through the intersection prior to the work starting. They should have everything back to normal conditions before the afternoon traffic picks up.