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Final Concerts Bring End to Year of Musical Challenge

Fifth and Eighth Graders Celebrate, Prepare to Move on

2021 Community Service Day Another Step Toward “Normal”

Chad Seibert Resigns From EMS Boys Basketball Program

After 33 Years, Elwood Yoder Is Ready to “Re-Wire”

Deanna Reed to Address EMHS Commencement

Register Now to Learn About High School Opportunities

Lament Chapel Offers Space to Name Losses

Students Add Wildfire Mural to Gym

Invitation to Support Students of Color Scholarship

Current Events Offer Time to Review Peace Pledge

Easy to Appreciate EMS Principals on Special Week

Principals’ Message in a Time of Chaos and Confusion

A Summary of the Year of All Years: Top Posts of 2020

A Different Kind of EMS Christmas

Covid-Free Fall is Reason to Celebrate

EMS Sends Boost to DC-Area Food Bank

Students Initiate and Manage Lunchtime Composting System

Virtual Book Club Set for Coming Weeks

Donors and Sponsors Share More Than $25,000 in Online Auctions

Stutzman logs 1,000 miles on OneWheel

Less Miserable in time of COVID: EMS Stages Les Misérables School Edition

The Story of a Snack, or A Morning in the Life of EMES Kindergarten

Volunteers Move Outdoor Learning Vision to Final Stages

Varsity Cross Country Tackles Highland Trail 5K

EMS to Stage Les Misérables, COVID-style

15th Annual Peace Parade Marks International Day of Peace

Bike Shenandoah to honor Steve Leaman ’75

Seminar Calls EMS to Build Community in Polarized Times

Chapel Theme Invites Stories of Belonging This Year

EMS Responds to Alumni for Radical Change

Air Quality is Priority in New Year

PE COVID-19 Olympics Feature Expert Guests

Senior Celebrations Begin with Parade and Grad Rehearsal

An Open Letter from Paul Leaman Following the Death of George Floyd

Parents — Key to Year-end Success — Celebrate Teachers with Yard Signs

EMS Responds to COVID-19, #FlamesStrong

Regina Horst ’81 Chacha Shares City of Hope

Eastern Mennonite High School Moved Toward Independence, 1964-1982

Combining Art and STEM for STEAM Class

Two Ways to Visit: All Day and Drop In

Christmas Music Fills the Air

Bridge Footers Usher in New Era; Students Get First Look

Volleyball Wraps Up Historic Undefeated Season

1964 Move Remembered As School Prepares for 2019 Move

A&P Students Host Heart Lesson for Fifth Grade

2019 Auction Fun Raises $24,000 for STEAM and Financial Aid

Elementary Artwork Is Popular Auction Tradition

Students Support Coffee & Tea Shop’s Restorative Justice Prison Ministry

Mason Ritchie ’23 Team Takes Third in Programming and Game Design Contest

K-5 Team Visits Building Renovation

Food Entrepreneur, Kirsten Nafziger ’89 Moore, Honored with Community Engagement Award

EMS Robotics Program Receives GE Grant

Keri Mast Named Girls Varsity Basketball Coach

EMHS Biology Students Pursue College-level Independent Research