HS Bobcat Weekly Blast 10/24/22

Good afternoon Bobcats,

Please read the updates below and have a great week!

Ms. Sealy

IG:  @PrincipalSealy


November Board of Directors Meeting:

The next Board of Directors meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 15th at 5:30 pm. The Zoom link will be provided in the coming weeks.

D&I Meeting:

The next D&I meeting will be held on November 1st at 4:00 pm. This meeting will be in-person at the high school.

Children’s Market:

ERA’s annual Children’s Market will be December 3 from 10am-12pm! Any student, club, or team can have a booth at the market to sell items or host a community service project. Applications are due by November 22 to Mrs. Hover. Come out for a fun morning of holiday shopping with our young entrepreneurs!

Trunk or Treat:

October 29 from 2-4pm in the K-8 parking lot. Park in the rear high school lot and walk up to the K-8 lot. Kona Ice will be attending. The event is free but canned food donations will be accepted.

Fall Spirit Week:

October 24-28. Check the linked flier for the daily dress-up categories. Let’s show some K-12 school spirit!

Pep Rally:

There will be a pep rally on Friday October 28th.  The daily schedule will be adjusted to accommodate for this.  Let’s celebrate all of our fall sports teams and their success!

Friday’s Schedule:

  • 8:30-9:45 – 1st period -75 min
  • 9:50-11:05 – 2nd period – 75 min
  • 11:10-12:00 – Lunch
  • 12:05 – 1:20 – 3rd period – 75 min
  • 1:25 – 2:40 – 4th period – 75 min
  • 2:45 – 3:30 – Pep Rally

October 31:

October 31 is a half day for students. October 31 is also the PreACT for all 10th grade students. Only students in grades 10 will report to school on that day. Students in grades 9, 11 and 12 will not report to school. Separate communication to families will go out today!

Yearbook Updates:

My name is Lauren Webb and I am the K-12 Yearbook Adviser at Eno River Academy. My high school students are working diligently this year to create a yearbook that represents the entire student population from Kindergarten through 12th grade.

We still need your help throughout the year by submitting photos for our student life sections. You can submit photos by clicking here or by emailing them directly to me (lwebb@enoriveracademy.org)! Just make sure you include student names, grade levels, and short descriptions for each photo submitted. Right now, we are looking for photos of first day of school, pets, summer, fall, extracurricular hobbies and activities, and travels.

Follow us on Instagram (@enoriveracademyyb) and Facebook where we will post sneak peeks, deadlines, updates, photo submission requests, and more!

Click here  to purchase your 2023 yearbook. The price will only increase as the year progresses, so get your copy now and save!

Additionally, if you have a local business that you would like advertised in the yearbook, please click here to purchase a business ad! We would love to support our local family-owned businesses before we reach out to larger companies.

Click here to show your senior some love by purchasing a senior ad. You’ll have to create an account so you can start a draft of your ad and revisit throughout the year before finalizing. Reserve your spot now as space is limited and will fill up!

Civil Air Patrol Open House:

The Civil Air Patrol, a public service organization focused on emergency services, aerospace education and cadet programs, will be having an open house at the Eno River High School on Thursday, November 3rd from 7:00 – 9:00 PM.   This program is open to cadets from the ages of 12 to 18 and adults from ages 18 and up.  Learn about available opportunities such as flight orientations, model rocketry, and leadership skills!  https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/

Covid Dashboard:

3 total (K-12) reported 9/26-9/30. K-8: 9 and HS: 6

Previous cases:

K-8: 53

HS: 16


Good Things:

  • Volleyball locked up an undefeated regular season and won the Conference Tournament Championship on Wednesday.  They won their 1st round of the NCHSAA playoffs on Saturday.
  • Tennis won their 1st round of their  NCHSAA playoffs on Wednesday.  (First tournament win for tennis in school history!!!)
  • Stella John was the first Women’s Golfer from ERA to compete in regionals last Monday.
  • Both Cross Country teams had great meets on Tuesday.  The Men’s team finished 2nd and the Women won our first ever Cross Country Conference Championship.
  • Emily Pierce was awarded Women’s Runner of the Year in the conference.
  • Men’s Soccer had a great week going 3-0 and celebrated Senior Night on Thursday


This week in sports:

  • Monday

    • 5:00 Soccer @ Oxford prep (players will be released at 3:00)

  • Tuesday

    • 3:00 Tennis away (players will be released at lunch)

    • 6:00 Volleyball state playoffs at home

  • Wednesday

    • No athletic events

  • Thursday

    • 6:00 Volleyball state playoffs at home

Upcoming Important Dates:

Click here for the 22-23 ERA School Calendar

  • Monday, October 24 – Friday, October 28: Fall Spirit Week

  • Saturday, October 29: Trunk or Treat

  • Monday, October 31: PreACT for all 10th graders

What you might have missed:

Athletics FAQs

Athletics Contact List

Calendar of Events

Covid Guidance

Covid Positive or Exposure Link

Electronic Use Agreement


Food Pantry Donations

OTC Medication Administration Form

Submissions for Eno Aura

Yearbook Ordering, Upload Photos (NEEDED: Pets, Summer, First Day of School, Extra-Curriculars, Fall Events, Travels)