- Knowledge/Quiz Bowl
- Math Team
- Mock Trial
- Science Olympiad
- EHS Speech & Debate Wall of Honor
- Winter Drumline
Brian Poehler - email@example.com
Quiz Bowl and Knowledge Bowl are fun programs in which teams come together to compete in answering general knowledge questions and questions from a variety of different academic subjects.
Eagan teams compete against other schools and some rounds are broadcast on Community Access TV.
Sherrie Blundell - firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Elliott - email@example.com
All students interested in math are invited to join the team. Topics range from Algebra 1 all the way to Pre-Calculus.
The team consists of students in all grade levels.
Math Team Zoom Information
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 928 7477 4584
Math Team Practices Mondays when school is in session from 2:30-3:30 pm in Room 238
Practices consist of taking individual tests, scoring and discussion problems with coaches and with other team members and working as a team on practice team tests.
As with any team, it is important to be at practice. We do, however, recognize that some students have other commitments on Monday. If this is you, you can practice on your own and report scores to Ms. Elliott or Ms. Blundell so that we can consider you for our team when we compete.
Practice tests will be available at all Monday meetings.
If you will not be at practice, please stop in room 256 to pick up the current practice tests to work on your own.
Then, stop back in to record your score.
Each individual will take 2 tests per meet. 8 members of our team will take the team test as a group.
Lissi Corbett - firstname.lastname@example.org
This site provides information about Mock Trial, tournament schedules, case information, team information and scores.
- Students must attend 75% of the practices and events
- Students must participate as either a lawyer or a witness in at least five trials
- Students must demonstrate dedication to the team effort by serving as time keepers or bailiffs when they are alternates on the teams
- The student must demonstrate improved skills and/or scores
- Students will be eligible after their second and successive years of participation
**Special Consideration: Team members who advance past the 4th round of regional competition will receive a letter that year if they have met the other guidelines listed here.
Kevin Dirksen - email@example.com
Schoology Group Code: SHD7JC4R6H
The Science Olympiad is a competitive event involving about 50 high schools in Minnesota, including most of the South Suburban Conference. Each school assembles a team of about 15 students, who then compete in events taken from the areas of earth science, biology, chemistry and physics. Most events are hands-on in format, and involve 2 person teams from each school. Membership is open to all grade levels and academic backgrounds - in may cases, students who are not necessarily standouts in the classroom have done superlative jobs as science olympians.
Requirements for participation award:
- attendance at 75% of meetings
- participation ini all tournaments leading up to state
- conduct that reflects well on team, school and self
Requirements for letter award:
- must meet participation requirements
- meet requirments for participation award for one year and medal at the State Meet in 1 event
- meet requirements for participation award for two years, finish in the top 1/3 of the field in three tournament events
- meet requirements for participation award for three years, finish in the top 1/2 of the field in five tournament events
Dr. Polly Reikowski, Principal - firstname.lastname@example.org
Years of Eagan High School Speech and Debate (including Student Congress) is honored with this addition to EHS. Located on the south wall outside the Auditorium, the Wall of Honor recognizes students who have exceled in these programs.
The Wall of honor was funded through a parent donation. Each year students who graduate and have qualified according to criteria will be added chronologically to the display.