Thank you Finley Foundation for granting $250,000.00 to EAHS Foundation for College Scholarships!
Kristie Coleman and Brian Halloran, SR Chamber of Commerce Educators of the Year!
All students interested in fall sports may pick up athletic packets in the Counseling Office and contact the Athletic Office at 528-5769. To be eligible to participate, students need a 2.0 GPA based ...more
What is the LCAP?
LCAP, the Local Control Accountability Plan, is the new funding model in California schools. It allows for districts to listen to their stakeholders and hear what the needs are and fund accordingly.
What is ELAC?
ELAC, the English Learner Advisory Committee, meets monthly and is designed for parents of English learners to offer suggestions on school programs, procedures, and policies.
What is CCSS?
CCSS is an abbreviation for Common Core State Standards and are designed to help students become college and career ready.
What are the 4C's?
We are here to build these skills in your child. Let's work together for their success!
Message from our Principal
Students, we want to hear from you! Please complete the EAHS Student Climate Survey by clicking on this link Student Climate Survey.
We have embarked upon daily student intervention, known as Embedded Support. Students can receive extra assistance from the teacher during the last part of every block period. They can also earn the privilege of being released to the Library, College and Career Center, or Quad during Embedded Support. Permission will be based on academic performance, attendance and behavior as determined by curricular departments and teachers. Students will always have the option to remain in class for additional help. We are finding that this intervention time is enhancing study habits and contributing to the learning environment.
The EAHS Foundation is busy preparing for our Second Annual Fiesta on Saturday, March 11, 2017. At this point, seating is limited! Our community is so generous and willing to support scholarships for our LOBOS and their future! Thank you EAHS Foundation! To donate or become a sponsor click here:
NOTE: 9th grade math tutorial is every Thursday in the Library!
Mary Gail Stablein
Bite of Reality!
Thank you Redwood Credit Union!!
SRCS Showcase at Coddingtown Mall
ELSIE ALLEN / MIDROSE HIGH SCHOOLS
2017 PROJECT GRADUATION
ANNUAL CRAB FEED DINNER
(INCLUDES SALAD, PASTA, CRAB, ROLL & DESSERT)
SATURDAY, MARCH 11th, 2017
6pm - 9pm
CENTER FOR SPIRITUAL LIVING
2075 OCCIDENTAL RD. SANTA ROSA
SILENT AUCTION, RAFFLES, ENTERTAINMENT & FUN!
RESERVED SEATING WITH PURCHASES OF 10 OR MORE TICKETS.
TICKETS ARE $50.00 PER PERSON $25.00 FOR KIDS (6-12 YEARS OLD)
TO PURCHASE TICKETS, SEND YOUR CHECK OR MONEY ORDER TO:
PROJECT GRADUATION - P.O. BOX 8069 SANTA ROSA, CA 95407
PLEASE PROVIDE # OF TICKETS PURCHASING _____/TOTAL $ _____
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL KIM AYRES 707-479-4181 /
GINA SMITH 707-495-4898
ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE CLASS OF 2017
PROJECT GRADUATION - A SAFE & SOBER GRADUATION CELEBRATION
AT SCANDIA FUN CENTER IN ROHNERT PARK, CA
Congratulations Sub Woofers!
Congratulations to Elsie Allen's own underwater robotics team - The Sub-Woofers!
They placed 1st in the obstacle course element of the competition against 15 other schools from around the bay area! They beat the nearest team by over a minute! They turned in respectable performances in the challenge and presentation elements as well!
Great job by Jemeir Ferguson, Ariel Inocencio, Gaspar Loya, Chance Marler, and Elena Wilson.
A shout out to Santa Rosa High's team who placed second overall and is invited to the national championships in May.
Santa Rosa Schools represented !
Drama Production class medals at the Lenaea High School theatre Festival
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Job Shadow Week
PDI Surgery Center
PDI Surgery Center serves low-income children who need immediate and intensive dental treatment as well as provides oral health information and prevention education to communities across Northern California. Students shadowed a team of medical professionals and witnessed a dental surgery from start to finish. Students observed dental x-rays, surgery preparation, local anesthesia, tooth extractions, root canals, and crowning of multiple teeth, and postoperative nursing.
Students went to Link CPA to explore career paths in the field of accounting such as tax preparation, auditing, or becoming a Partner. Students heard from 6 different employees in the company and had the opportunity to ask questions and gain information on what it is like to work at a public accounting firm. The students who attended were all interested in returning and potentially applying for an internship.
District Attorney’s Office
A group of Public Safety students for the 2nd year in a row to the the District Attorney’s Office for a job shadow. The students were able to rotate and engage in discussion with a District Attorney, an Investigator, a Victim Advocate, and support staff. They also sat in on both misdemeanor and felony courtrooms to observe the work in action.
At Sonic students learned about careers in technical customer support, network operations, installation, training, and marketing. They also learned about the history of internet supply, current trends, and fiber optics, These students were previously interested in exploring careers in computer information technology and a few were interested in pursuing careers at Sonic after their experience.
Sonoma County Fleet Operations
The Sonoma County Fleet Operations Department is responsible for building and servicing all county operated vehicles and machinery. Students participated in an in-depth tour of both the light equipment facility that maintains such fleets as the Sheriff Department’s vehicles as well as the heavy equipment facility that provides repairs to anything from a large crane to a go-cart. The students spoke with and observed work of mechanics, a welder, and administrative staff.
Elsie Allen High School Varsity Drum Line
The Elsie Allen High School Varsity Drum Line performing at Moscone Center for the California School Boards Association Conference on December 1, 2017. 3500 in attendance.
Follow the link below to see the video!
In this video, Superintendent Diann Kitamura shares a secret to student success:
School attendance is required by law. Every student ages 6 through 18 years of age must attend school every day and be on time for ...more
NEW BELL SCHEDULE!
We have a new bell schedule for this year.
MONDAY & WEDNESDAY BLOCK DAYS
First Bell 6:55
Period 0 7:00 - 7:50
Teacher Collab 7:55 - 8:25
Period 1 8:30
Congratulation Martin Mejia, Santa Rosa City School Board Student of the Month!
Compact for Success Class of 2017 visit SSU
What is Compact for Success?
Compact for Success students commit to college while at Lawrence Cook Middle School and start prepping at Elsie Allen High School for guaranteed entrance to Sonoma State University. The CFS program began in 2011 and will see its first students entering college in the fall of 2017!
For Compact for Success program information call 707-528-5021.
LOBOS are Ambassadors!
What is AVID?
AVID stands for Achievement Via Individual Determination. These college preparatory classes prepare first generation college bound students to successfully matriculate to a 2 or 4 year university.
What is the University Center?
University Center@EA students enroll in Sonoma State University courses and earn college credits while still attending as juniors and seniors at Elsie Allen High School. This is a college savings of over $20,000.00! Students get exposure to college coursework before they graduate from high school. University Center students have attended and graduated from Harvard, Stanford, MIT, and UCLA, to name a few. "This unique college credit earning and readiness program is the only one of its kind in Sonoma County."
Students must apply and be accepted into the University Center@EA. For program information contact Jenny Fleischer at 707-975-1659.
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