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SRCS Schools will be closed October 16-20.

Fires have to be brought into containment before any return to school can be coordinated throughout the district. 

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN RETURNING TO AREAS IMPACTED BY FIRES

While our resources have been focused on the active fire conditions, we have never lost sight of the need and desire for residents to return to their neighborhoods as soon as safely possible. In preparation for that to happen, here’s what you need to know:

When the evacuation order is lifted, only neighborhood residents will be permitted entry into their neighborhood at that time

  • As neighborhoods are re-opened, registration locations where residents can receive a re-entry pass for those neighborhoods will be announced.
    • You must provide a form of ID to register; accepted forms of ID are listed at srcity.org/recovery
    • If you do not have ID, the Local Assistance Center (LAC) can help you obtain an ID. The LAC is located at the Press Democrat building - 427 Mendocino Avenue in Santa Rosa.
  • Once registered, a map will be provided with access points identified for each neighborhood, as well as safety kits and instructions for safely visiting and searching for things on your property.
  • Access will be provided from 10 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Be prepared: Have your ID ready, and wear protective clothing

  • Wear protective clothing, including sturdy, closed-toe shoes, long-sleeved shirts, and long pants.

Re-entry kits, safety instructions, and debris disposal

  • A re-entry kit will be provided for residents who want to sort through, search for, or assess damaged property.
  • Safety instructions for protecting yourself from hazardous chemicals and conditions will also be provided and should be followed.
  • Debris bins will be distributed throughout the neighborhood.

Support services will be available in each neighborhood

  • Law enforcement, including the National Guard, will ensure safety and security
  • Emotional support services from County Mental Health providers, the faith community and law enforcement chaplains will be available
  • Insurance specialist to provide information about how to document and file claims with your provider will also be on site
  • Information about resources for disaster assistance will be made available

PUBLIC HOTLINE: (707) 543-4511  |  SRCITY.ORG/RECOVERY


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Public Safety Alerts - Text your zip code to 888-777 to see up to date information regarding the fires.

 

Call 707-565-3856 for road closures.

 

Visit srcity.org/emergency for current evacuation maps.

 

Volunteer at the Red Cross website:

http://tinyurl.com/RedCrossVolOctober2017

 

Monetary donations:

https://www.redwoodcu.org/northbayfirerelief


 

Local Assistance Center Opening for 

Sonoma County Residents Impacted by the Fires

Update: October 13, 2017; 3:00PM

 

SANTA ROSA, CA – The County of Sonoma and the City of Santa Rosa are opening a Local Assistance Center (LAC) in partnership with FEMA and the California Office of Emergency Services on Saturday morning. The LAC is a one-stop-shop with critical services for residents who have been impacted by the fires. Some of the services include:

  • FEMA Disaster Recovery Center to provide direct assistance,
  • Department of Motor Vehicles services to help people to obtain documentation that may have been destroyed,
  • American Red Cross 
  • Insurance companies to help process claims,
  • Small Business Administration services,
  • and a cadre of County and City services like crisis and mental health support, employment resources, child support services, water and utilities, veterans services, CalFresh, Medi-Cal, and Section 8 Housing assistance. 

 

The LAC will be open from 9:00am to 7:00pm for at least two weeks and likely longer at the Press Democrat building in downtown Santa Rosa at 427 Mendocino Ave. between Ross and 5th Streets. Parking is free off of B St. in the city lot. The site is wheelchair accessible. Spanish translators and a children’s play area will be available.  

 

The community can contact the Sonoma County Community Hotline (707) 565-3856 for more information.

 

 

City of Santa Rosa

THANK YOU FOR SUCH AN OUTPOURING OF COMMUNITY SUPPORT, BUT PLEASE KNOW THAT WE CAN NOT ACCEPT ANYMORE DONATIONS AT THE SCHOOL.

 

Redwood Credit Union North Bay Fire Relief – Redwood Credit Union (RCU), in partnership with RCU Community Fund, The Press Democrat, and Senator Mike McGuire, is now accepting financial donations to aid relief efforts and assist victims of the 2017 North Bay fires. 100% of your tax-deductible donations will go directly to support those affected by the fires. https://www.redwoodcu.org/northbayfirerelief

 

Message from Debbie Gesualdo, COO / Interim CEO of Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce:

Our heartfelt sympathies go out to everyone affected – both personally and professionally – by the continuing fires in our area. Our thoughts are with all of you. Please know how important each of you, your families and businesses are to us and this community.

Thank you to those who have stepped up and offered help to their neighbors. Thank you as well to all of our emergency services, government and medical providers who are working to ensure our safety.

Just as our organization was born from the rubble of the 1906 earthquake, we will be here for the community, convening resources and ready to act in rebuilding an even stronger Santa Rosa. In the coming days, we will be reaching out to you to assess both the needs and resources of our member businesses. 

 

A few things of note

The Santa Rosa Metro Chamber office is working with a reduced staff and schedule. Please call ahead if you are in need of a particular service: (707) 545-1414. 

Resources

The Chamber has compiled and will be updating a resources page. This includes links for up to date information, resources and volunteer opportunities, and will include business assistance resources as they become available.

Donate

Redwood Credit Union North Bay Fire Relief – Redwood Credit Union (RCU), in partnership with RCU Community Fund, The Press Democrat, and Senator Mike McGuire, is now accepting financial donations to aid relief efforts and assist victims of the 2017 North Bay fires. 100% of your tax-deductible donations will go directly to support those affected by the fires. https://www.redwoodcu.org/northbayfirerelief

From our Superintendent, Ms. Diann Kitamura

October 13, 2017

 

Dear SRCS Staff,

 

We want to be sure you and your family are safe, and that we know where to locate you.  If you are not at the location or using the phone number we have on record at the district, please contact your principal, supervisor, or Human Resources (phone numbers below).

 

After careful consideration and a discussion with Board President Jenni Klose, we have decided we must keep our schools closed next week, Oct. 16 - 20. There are many factors that must be met in order to reopen schools, and at this point, we do not believe the current conditions allow those factors to be met. Those factors are as follows:

 

  1. Containment of the fires.

  2. Power on at every site.

  3. Safety of the facilities, including the clearing of smoke damage.  

  4. Appropriate air quality inside and outside of school.

  5. Availability of teachers and support staff to operate the schools.

  6. Safe routes to and from school sites.

 

When these factors have been met and schools can be reopened, the first two days will be for staff only. On day one, you may meet together and plan for the first days back with students.  The experiences everyone has just gone through warrant time for sharing and reflection. The second day will be for you to prepare your classrooms and adjust your lessons, to account for the missed days and prepare for students who have experienced trauma. On the third day, we will welcome the students back.

 

The Sonoma County fires have been designated federal and state disasters, and we will not have to make up the days we have missed. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson has approved the waiver of missed school days due to this disaster. Designation as a federal and state disaster also means your pay will not be impacted as long as the schools are closed. We will be working together with the Board of Education, SRTA and CSEA on a plan for staff who are unable to return to work after schools have reopened.

 

The district office has been open on a limited basis since the fires erupted. District office staff who are able to return to work will do so on Monday, October 16.

 

We will be regularly updating Frequently Asked Questions about our schools at this link: srcs.link/srcstogether. If you have further questions please contact your supervisor, or Renee Jackson (707-528-5352) or Lori Kolacek (707-528-5181) at the district office. Check the Santa Rosa City Schools website www.srcs.k12.ca.us or your school’s website for further updates. Follow us @SRCSchools on Facebook and Twitter #SRCStogether.  We will all get through this difficult time, together.

 

Diann and the Cabinet

 

Due to the fires and the need to take care of immediate and extended family, the UC Information Night has been cancelled until further notice

Be Safe & Take Care

Message from our Principal

 

Dear Parents / Guardians,

 

Dear EAHS Staff, Students, and Community,

I trust you and your family are safe from these horrific fires.  Elsie Allen High School expanded the definition of “family” as it became a safe haven and evacuation site for many community who have become displaced.  

By 5:00 AM Monday morning we had configured the main gym into a sheltered space and as the morning progressed, created a first aid station, opened the onsite Health Center, cordoned off a food area, and welcomed our first evacuees.  As the morning grew and the day progressed, so did our evacuee population.  We were receiving elderly folks from Friends House, Oakmont Retirement, and the affected neighborhoods.  Food began pouring in from Red Cross, Costco, and our SRCS Central Kitchen, as well as pizza from Mountain Mikes and individuals.

Our staff and even our football team escorted elders off busses and provided stability and perseverance throughout the day.  Cots were provided by Red Cross and many stayed the night.

I know that many of our beloved LOBOS have lost much.  The fire destroyed homes owned by Paul Fleischer, Sally Gonzales, Jocelyn Farrell, Kristie Coleman, and Fessahaie Goitom.  My heart is full as we pull together to help our fellow colleagues and community.

As the fires continue, we know that more challenges will present themselves.  I hope you will remain safe and know that we will find the strength to rebuild our “family".

With LOBO PRIDE,
Mary Gail Stablein, 
Principal

 

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Excellent Educators! Rebecca Tock & Jordan Eberly

Excellent Educators! Rebecca Tock & Jordan Eberly

LOBOS are Ambassadors!

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What are the 4C's?

Collaboration

Creativity

Critical Thinking

Communication

We are here to build these skills in your child.  Let's work together for their success!

What is Compact for Success?

The first groups of Compact for Success students graduated this year.  Back in 7th grade at Lawrence Cook Middle School students started prepping for Elsie Allen High School and guaranteed entrance to Sonoma State University.  Thanks to the EAHS Foundation, every Compact for Success student received $1000.00 to start Sonoma State University this fall, 2017!  Congratulations!

 

For Compact for Success program information call 707-528-5021.  

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.

Santa Rosa City Schools - Every Day Counts Video

 

10,000 Degrees

Dear Friends,

I am reaching out today to extend all of our thoughts, prayers and love to the people and communities affected by this horrific tragedy.  

 

We know many who have lost homes, many who still don't know and who continue to worry about their pets and loved ones and several of our students, staff and their families have been evacuated.    

 

As we watch the devastation unfold, communities are coming together, despite any divide, and taking care of one another. The outpouring of love and humankind has been amazing. Restaurants across the Northbay have opened their doors 24/7 to provide free meals, our evacuation sites are overflowing with volunteers, medical aid and supplies, first responders are working beyond exhaustion and people are opening their homes to others. For now, all of our schools in Sonoma County remain closed but we continue to be in touch with our students.

 

As we know, communities continue to be evacuated and there is still much uncertainty. Many of you have asked how to help. The Red Cross and evacuation sites need and will continue to need volunteers for some time. Also, there are several options if you would like to donate to the disaster relief efforts:  

We will continue to hold everyone in our hearts, and please don't hesitate to let us know if there is anything we can do to assist you.  

 

With warm regards,

Kim Mazzuca,

President & CEO, 10,000 Degrees

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EAHS CHEER TEAM!


 

9th Grade Compact for Success Assembly with Sonoma State University


 

Free Non-Credit ESL Classes/ Gratis Clases De ESL Sin Credito

Free Non-Credit ESL Classes at Elsie Allen High School on Tuesday and Thursday Evenings.  You can enroll all semester!

Gratis Clases De ESL Sin Credito - Elsie Allen High School  Noche del Martes y jueves .  

Inscripciones abiertas todo el semestre.

 

Elsie Allen Flyers_Fall 2017.pdf

 

 

CNA Students

CNA Students at SRJC

Unique to Elsie Allen High School is the partnership with Santa Rosa Junior College and our Certified Nursing Assistants program.  During the summer of 2017, nineteen Elsie Allen High School students participated and are now on their way to obtaining work in the healthcare industry.  Students spent 6 weeks learning through classroom instruction at EAHS, 2 weeks at a clinical hands-on lab at SRJC, and 2 weeks at assisted living facilities throughout Santa Rosa.  Our Foundation generously funded this rewarding and life-changing educational experience.  Thank you EAHS Foundation!

BELL SCHEDULE!

MONDAY & WEDNESDAY BLOCK DAYS

First Bell 6:55

Period 0 7:00 - 7:50

Teacher Collab 7:55 - 8:25

Period 1 8:30 - 10:20

Brunch 10:20 - 10:35

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School Pictures

School Pictures will be taken on August 9th and August 10th by Lifetouch.   Picture I.D. is BY317103Q0   You can purchase pictures through the website at http://www.mylifetouch.com

 

 

Elsie Allen Yearbooks and other school items available at the Elsie Allen School Store

Get your 2018 Elsie Allen Yearbook, Elsie Allen School Gear, Jewelry and Graduation items at the Josten's Elsie Allen Store - Click Elsie Logo Below!

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Compact for Success Class of 2017 visit SSU

Compact for Success EAHS Class of 2017 visit SSU

Applications being accepted for 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.

UC @ EA Application

The University Center at Elsie Allen High School

Program Description

The University Center at Elsie Allen is a talent development program intended for students who show the greatest potential and ...more

12th Graders learn how to complete online college applications - window opens October 1, 2017