Superintendent’s Key Scholars

Superintendent’s Key Scholars

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Category : ACADEMICS

Congratulations to the following Etowah students who have earned the district recognition as 2017 Superintendent’s Key Scholars!

Katherine

Adams

Ricardo

Alvarado-Digiulo

Kendyl

Behrens

Madalyn

Billings

Katie

Bishop

Nazareth

Brown

Katie

Chandler

Joshua

Colby

Mary

Cory

Melanie

Coulter

Zachary

D’Aquino

MacCallum

Diehl

Kenneth

Donaldson

Kyle

Dorsey

Cameron

Elliott

Jon

Firchow

Austin

Gammill

Timothy

Gatto

Andrea

Geiger

Nathaniel

Haas

Madeline

Hamby

Emily

Hartley

Spencer

Hayes

Anna

Henderson

Abigail

Hogsten

Rachel

Hollingshead

Jacob

Hootselle

Olivia

Hopkins

Elizabeth

Hugenberg

Thomas

Humphrey

Justice

Hunt

Phillip

Hutton

Trevor

Jenkins

Brendan

Kapcsos

Jenna

Klein

Jackson

Lambert

Brooke

Lancaster

Manuel

Lopez

John

Martin

William

McGonigle

Maris

McMullen

Michael

Mills

Zachary

Mnich

Trace

Mock

Andrew

Morawa

Noah

Morrissey

Nickolas

Nagy

Emily

Nelson

William

O’Neil

Adam

Parbhoo

Megan

Poehlein

Kennedy

Pulliam

Nadia

Qutob

Michael

Riley

Andino

Rochon

Jacob

Rutherfoord

Kailey

Shaw

Jared

Shick

Skyler

Shuman

Nicholas

Slacanin

Kara

Stanley

Emma

Stephens

Kathleen

Tafoya

Gabriel

Thornburgh

Jacob

Tiberio

Elizabeth

Tillery

Joshua

Tipton

Ethan

Underwood

Hannah

Veith

Peter

Voytek

Sean

Waldron

Claire

Weathers

Jacob

Weitkamp

Diane

White

Matthew

Whitlow

Kyle

Wilson

Samuel

Wysocki

Melody

Yates

Emily

Young

Jonathan

Young

Joseph

Young


Etowah HS Students Participate in an Interactive University Tour

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Etowah HS Students Participate in an Interactive University Tour

On February 13, 2017, Etowah High School’s Architecture and Engineering Graphics Career Pathway students participated in an interactive tour of the Kennesaw State University Marietta Campus.  The tour was facilitated by the Kennesaw State University Office of Undergraduate Admissions and coordinated by Ms. Monserratt Vasquez, Campus Visitation Program Coordinator.

Upon arrival, a welcome session was given to provide an overview of KSU and admission requirements.  Following this session, a campus walking tour was conducted where students toured a Mathematics Center, The Student Center, Campus Green Spaces, The Atrium Building, Campus Housing, and the Architecture Design II Building.

Etowah Sophomore, Spencer Calderon said, “It was very fun to see what KSU Marietta was actually like.  It was surreal to walk into the dorm and a room, because this is what life has been building up to – college.  The actual campus was way cooler than I thought it would be.”


Following the walking tour, Etowah’s students enjoyed an interactive tour of the new Engineering Technology Center including spaces such as the strength of materials lab, mechatronics lab, and 3D printing lab.  Mechanical Engineering Technology Associate Professor and Interim Department Chair, Greg Conrey, facilitated an interactive breakout session to further discuss the Mechanical Engineering Technology program.


The tour concluded with an interactive breakout session facilitated by Construction Management Department Chair and Professor, Dr. Khalid M. Siddiqi.  This discussion brought to light the design process from concept to final construction, and the relationship to Architecture, Civil Engineering, and Construction Management.


Upon completion of the tour, Etowah Junior Per Ellingson said, “It was a very fun and educational trip.  We learned about all the tools necessary to advance our knowledge in the professions we’d like to pursue”.

“We appreciate Kennesaw State University facilitating such an in-depth tour,” Architecture and Engineering Graphics instructor, Brandon Grummer, said.  “Thanks to Ms. Vasquez, and the Admissions team at KSU, our students have now seen firsthand how their Career Pathway choice in high school can directly enhance their post-secondary goals following graduation.”


Contact Information:

Brandon Grummer, Instructor

Architecture & Engineering Graphics

Brandon.Grummer@Cherokee.k12.ga.us
Facebook: Architecture
Twitter: Architecture
Instagram: Architecture
Twitter: Engineering

 


Athletics Accolades – Winter Season

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Category : ATHLETICS

Congratulations to our Eagle Wrestling program.  They wrapped up another successful season as the Region Runner-up and sent 6 athletes to the State Championships.  Thank you Coach Higdon & Coach Chester for your investment in these young men.

Our Lady Eagle Gymnastics Team officially qualified for the State Championships!  Thank you Coach Larrotta & Coach Sprecher for your investment in these young ladies.

Congratulations to our Region Runner-up Lady Eagle Basketball Team for reaching the State Playoffs.  Thank you to Coach Holton, Coach Hatchett & Coach Brown for all of your work and good luck Saturday!

Congratulations to our Region Champion Boys Basketball Team!  They dominated Roswell High School in the semi-finals and had a convincing win over Cherokee High School in the Finals.  This is the first ever Region Championship for Etowah Boys Basketball!  Congratulations to Coach Whitehart, Coach Parker, and Coach Van Voorhis!


EOC ‘Test Out’

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Category : ANNOUNCEMENTS

Pursuant to new statutorily-required provisions contained within the State Board of Education Rule regarding Awarding Units of Credit, students taking high school courses will now be able to “test out” of courses which have an associated Milestones End-of-Course test (EOC). This impacts students wishing to complete the following eight HS courses: 9th Grade Literature, American Literature, Geometry, Algebra, US History, Economics, Biology and Physical Science.

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