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    8/30- Varsity Softball vs Savannah Country Day (away)
    9/1- Varsity Softball vs Portal (away)
    9/1- Middle School Football vs Portal (away)
    9/1- JV Football vs. Jenkins (away)
    9/2- Varsity Football vs. Portal (home)

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Welcome to Emanuel County Institute...
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 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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ECI FBLA MEMBERS ATTEND SLOTS

Ten FBLA members from Emanuel County Institute attended the Georgia FBLA Summer Leadership & Officer Training Summit (SLOTS) at Swainsboro High School where over 250 FBLA members from throughout central and south Georgia attended the training.

This training workshop is meant to prepare local chapter officers and other leaders for upcoming duties and roles. In addition, chapter officers work with advisers to develop or refine the program of work and plan chapter strategy for the upcoming year.  The mission behind this training is to develop a stronger officer team through chapter strategic planning sessions.

            When members arrived at SLOTS, they participated in several ice breaker challenges.  They were then split into classes based on their officer position and within each class, members worked on tasks associated with their specific position. Next, all participating members were brought back together to share activities from the previous year.  A chapter representative from each school then shared with the entire group a “one minute” success story.  MacKayla Oglesby, chapter president, discussed how ECI FBLA had increased membership to over 100 members and received Gold Chapter for the 2015-2016 school year.  After lunch, members worked on team building activities and the 2016-2017 FBLA Program of Work. 

Pictured (L to R):  Front Row: Kendra Pierce, Lexie Cross, Ansley McQuaig, Caroline Kraus, and Abby Cowart. Back Row: Jessica Smith, MacKayla Oglesby, Rose Baker, Zera Edenfield, and Regan Joiner.



ECI FBLA member, Autumn Jordan, and club adviser, Jessica Smith, attended the FBLA National Leadership Conference June 28-July 2 in Atlanta, GA. The chapter won awards and participated in numerous events which made National Leadership Conference a very enjoyable and successful experience. 

During the conference, Jordan participated in the competition of Public Speaking II. She did an outstanding job representing Emanuel County Institute.   The chapter was awarded the Hollis and Kitty Guy Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit.  This most prestigious award recognizes outstanding local chapters that have actively participated in projects and programs identified with the goals of FBLA

While in Atlanta, Jordan and her adviser enjoyed various activities including a visit to Stone Mountain to view the laser show, a Braves ballgame that ended in fireworks, and The World of Coca Cola.  

Autumn Jordan and Jessica Smith, Adviser




 


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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.

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