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    This week is Homecoming Week! 
    9/26 Monday: America Day. Dress in red, white and blue. 
    Varsity Softball vs Montgomery (away)

    9/27 Tuesday:Color Code day. Each grade wears a different color. 
    Middle school-blue, 9th grade-Pink, 10th grade- Purple, 11th grade- green and Seniors- black. Senior Group Picture and Superlative pictures @ 8am
    C-team Softball Play-off game @4:30 (home)

    9/28 Wednesday-Twins Day. Homecoming Parade at 9:30 The route will go from ECI to TCE down Bulldog Way. 
    Varsity Softball Vs SE Bulloch Senior Recognition Night (home)
    C-Team Football vs Glenville (home)

    9/29 Thursday- Throw-back Day Community Bonfire @ 7:30

    9/ 30 Friday- Spirit Day. Homecoming Game vs Montgomery County. Senior Walk @ 7:00. Homecoming Ceremony during half-time. Students and family participating in Senior Walk and Homecoming Court that wish to have pictures made need to report to the old gym at 5:30 pm.

    Midterms Sept 29-30

    Upcoming Events:
    Fall Break Oct. 3-7
    School pictures Oct 13 (MS) Oct.14 (HS)


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Welcome to Emanuel County Institute...
Bulldog Country!
  


 

 EMANUEL COUNTY SCHOOLS 
MISSION STATEMENT

To graduate all Emanuel County public school students with a meaningful diploma based on rigorous standards which ensures
college and career readiness delivered by effective highly qualified educators.

 

VISION STATEMENT

Our vision is that children leave ECI with:

·         A set of  moral values — honesty, integrity and good judgement.

·         A complement of basic skills — linguistic, mathematical, scientific, artistic, physical and social.

·         An enquiring and discriminating mind and a desire for knowledge.

·         Strong self-esteem and high personal expectations.

·         Tolerance and respect for others.

We value the partnership which exists between school, parents and community and the part it plays in realizing this vision.

Barry Joiner, Principal
Anetria Edenfield, Assistant Principal, Athletic Director 
Elizabeth Kraus, Guidance Counselor
Chris Kearson, Head Football Coach
Julie Frix, Media Specialist

 

 

 

 

 

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On Wednesday, September 14 the Emanuel County Institute Future Business Leaders of America held its annual new member and officer induction ceremony.  Mrs. Jessica Smith, Advisor, welcomed everyone to the ceremony and began to install the new officer team for the 2016-2017 school year.   The candle ceremony was an important part of the evening with each being lit by its prospective officer and the meaning of the candle and officer’s duties explained. Each new officer pledged to fulfil her duties and obligations to make ECI FLBA a great club.  The new officers are MacKayla Oglesby, president; Lexie Cross, vice president; Abigail Cowart, junior advisor; Rose Baker, service chairman; Regan Joiner, Zera Edenfield, treasurer; Kendra Pierce, reporter; Caroline Kraus, historian; and Ansley McQuaig, parliamentarian.

The guest speaker of the night was Mrs. Alex Salmon. Mrs. Salmon graduated with honors from Swainsboro High School in 2011. While at SHS she was very active in her FBLA Chapter as well as at the state level.  Mrs. Salmon served her junior and senior years as a state officer.  Since graduation, she has received an Associate's Degree from East Georgia State College, and plans to graduate next year with a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from Kennesaw State University.  Mrs. Salmon is employed with Nordson Corporation.  She resides in Statesboro with her husband and daughter. Mrs. Salmon told everyone how FBLA influenced her life during her years of high school and after. She really encouraged the officers and the members to get involved in FBLA.  After Mrs. Salmon’s speech, all of the new members were inducted. Refreshments were served.   


 

 


 

 


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Teacher of the Year

Dorene Holmes

 

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to SHS Senior Emily Smith who was named 
Exchange Club Youth of the Year and ECI Senior Alec Hendrix was 
runner-up for the Exchange Club Youth of the Year.

SHS Senior Keith Stevens and ECI Senior Kiely Williams were finalist.

Congratulations to SHS Senior Emily Smith who was named 
Exchange Club Youth of the Year and ECI Senior Alec Hendrix was 
runner-up for the Exchange Club Youth of the Year.

SHS Senior Keith Stevens and ECI Senior Kiely Williams were finalist.

Congratulations to SHS Senior Emily Smith who was named 
Exchange Club Youth of the Year and ECI Senior Alec Hendrix was 
runner-up for the Exchange Club Youth of the Year.

SHS Senior Keith Stevens and ECI Senior Kiely Williams were finalist.