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"Elsie Allen High School is a family that supports and inspires learning and success"

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Thank you Finley Foundation for granting $250,000.00 to EAHS Foundation for College Scholarships!

Visit the EAHS Foundation website

Message from our Principal

 

You are invited to attend our annual Back to School Night celebration on Thursday, September 22, 2016.

 

Starting at 4:45, join us for tacos, hosted by the Future Farmers of America, FFA, Club.  They will appreciate your donation as they are raising money to attend the National Convention in Indiana!

 

There will be an English Language Advisory Committee, ELAC, meeting in our beautiful Library from 5:00 - 5:30 for parents of English Learners.  At 5:30 I welcome you to the Theater for a presentation and starting at 6:00 you will be visiting your student's teachers in their classrooms.

 

Come enjoy our wonderful school and meet our talented staff!

 

Parents, tips to assist your students:

  • Monitor Academic Progress.
  • Encourage Involvement in a Wide Variety of Activities.
  • Help your student select appropriate courses.
  • Help your child plan and connect with their school counselor.
  • Start a college savings account!

College graduates, on the average, earn over $1,000,000 more in a lifetime than high school graduates.  Prepare NOW!!!

 

Sincerely,

Mary Gail Stablein

Principal

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.

Meet our newest LOBO Ms. Jordan, Assistant Principal

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LOBOS signing up for the SAT

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Mr. Gutierrez, College and Career Counselor, participates in FFA Week with Raphael Sanabria, Head Custodian!


 

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?

Collaboration

Creativity

Critical Thinking

Communication

Back to School Night - September 22

Mark your calendars and plan to attend!!

ATTENDANCE!

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 the start of school. You are responsible for your child’s school attendance. You must let the school know if your child is not in school and give a specific reason for the absence. Absences due to activities such as baby sitting, accompanying parents on errands, and attending music or sporting events are unexcused.

Absences must be cleared within two weeks of the occurrence to be considered an excused absence. Please refer to the Attendance and Enrollment section on page 11 of the Information Handbook for Parents, Guardians, Students, and Advisory Committees for details.

Facts Related to Non Attendance

  • Students are absent more on Mondays and Fridays.
  •  Students stay home more often during inclement weather, and the day after a school holiday.
  • Students who do not eat breakfast are absent more than students who do.
  • Student’s older siblings frequently set attendance patterns in a family.
  • Students who miss 18 days or more suffer losses in educational achievement and perform poorly on tests.
  • Up to 75% of the students who miss 18 days or more of school in a school year without a valid excuse will end up dropping out of high school.
  • Students who drop out of high school are 8 times more likely to end up in jail or prison than those students who graduate from high school.

Attendance Contacts

Elsie Allen High School              528-5031 & 528-5030

Santa Rosa City Schools Office of Student and Family Engagement        528-5164

 

 

Según la ley, es obligatorio ir a la escuela. Cada niño entre las edades de 6 y 18 años debe asistir a la escuela todos los días y debe llegar a la escuela puntalmente para el comienzo de las clases. Usted es el responsable de la asistencia escolar de su hijo. Por lo tanto, si su hijo estará ausente, usted debe informarle a la escuela y debe proveer una razón específica por dicha ausencia. Si su hijo está ausente por tener que cuidar a sus hermanos, por tener que ayudar a sus padres a hacer mandados o por asistir a eventos musicales o deportivos, la ausencia se considera injustificada.

Usted debe explicar la ausencia dentro de un plazo de dos semanas después de la ausencia para que sea considerada una ausencia justificada. Por favor véase la sección sobre Asistencia e Inscripción en la página 11 del Manual Informativo para Padres, Tutores, Alumnos y Comités para más información.

Hechos Relacionados con las Ausencias

  • Los alumnos están ausentes más frecuentemente los lunes y miércoles.
  • Los alumnos se quedan en casa más frecuentemente durante mal tiempo y el día después de un día festivo.
  • Los alumnos que no desayunan están ausentes más frecuentemente que los que desayunan.
  • Los hermanos mayores de un niño frecuentemente establecen el patrón de asistencia escolar en una familia.
  • Los alumnos con 18 o más días de ausencia sufren pérdidas en sus logros académicos y obtienen pobres resultados en las pruebas.
  • En la preparatoria, aproximadamente el 75% de los alumnos que tienen 18 días de ausencias injustificadas en un año escolar acabarán abandonando sus estudios.
  • Es ocho veces más probable que los alumnos que abandonan los estudios en la preparatoria estarán encarcelados, en comparación con los alumnos que se gradúan de una preparatoria.

Números de Teléfono de las Oficinas de Asistencia

Elsie Allen High School              528-5031 & 528-5030

Oficina de Involucración de los Alumnos y Familias en Santa Rosa City Schools        528-5164

 

Getting Organized!

Student Planners:

A 2016-2017 student planner is required and will be issued to each student at the beginning of the school year FREE of charge

For proper control and campus safety, the school requires that only school-issued locks be used on school lockers

 

Locks & Lockers:

Locks are available FREE of charge; however all locks must be returned to the school at the end of the year.  If a student fails to return the lock with the 2 keys or fails to return it in good working order, the student will be required to pay the school $15.00 for a replacement lock.

 

PE Clothes:

For hygiene, safety, and student identification/recognition purposes, students enrolled in Physical Education (PE) will dress in PE clothing which is available for purchase from the school or through local retailers.  No student will be denied participation in PE nor will any students’ grades be adversely affected due to the fact that the student does not have the PE clothing due to circumstances beyond the student’s control.  At the end of the year, purchased clothing may be kept by the student or donated to the school.  In addition, athletic type socks and athletic type shoes are encouraged.

 

ASB Card:

$25.00 INCLUDES: FREE ENTRANCE INTO ALL HOME SPORTING EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL YEAR AND DISCOUNTS ON ALL SCHOOL EVENTS AND DANCES!

LOBOS are Ambassadors!

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Compact for Success Class of 2017 visit SSU

Compact for Success EAHS Class of 2017 visit SSU
Today: 9/24/16

NEW BELL SCHEDULE!

Students will attend 4 days a week in a block schedule. Monday through Thursday they will attend 3 classes a day with the first class of the day (either 1st or 2nd period) starting at 8:30 AM. On ...more

ATHLETICS

Football practice will begin August 8th. Cross Country, Girls Tennis, Volleyball, Boys and Girls Soccer, and Girls Golf will start August 15th. All students interested in fall sports may pick up ...more

NEW BUS DROP OFF and PICK UP AREA

In order to alleviate traffic issues at the front of the school, the busses have been relocated and will now drop off and pick up students by the main gym, in the student parking lot.

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.  

Thank you EAHS Foundation!  

Through your personal commitment and community outreach, 

2016 graduates were awarded over $150,000 in grant money to pursue post-secondary goals!

The LOBOS are grateful!!

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Lupita Albor, Class of 2016, thanks the EAHS Foundation and the Santa Rosa community for their support!

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Dr. Mariana Garcia Martinez, EAHS Alum Class of 1998, presents the Yolotli Scholarship!

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 AVID?

AVID stands for Achievement Via Individual Determination.  These classes prepare first generation college bound students to successfully matriculate to a 2 or 4 year university.