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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!

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After school Tutorial every Thursday in Library - 9th Grade Math

Message from our Principal


November and December are short months, but very important ones.  Encourage your student to stay focused and finish strong this first semester.  Starting in January students can potentially earn the privilege of being released to the Library, College and Career Center, or Quad during Embedded Support time (the last 20 minutes of each block period M-Th).  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.


Our Fall Sports Banquet will be held Wednesday, November 16th.  This is a time for teams to celebrate their season and "break bread together"!  Congratulations for your dedication and commitment to athletics.


Along with keeping on top of your academics, remember to enjoy the many Visual and Performing events these months.  Our talented students are preparing for LOBO LOUNGE which will be held November 18th and 19th at CHOPS Teen Club.  The British Invasion is here!


We welcome Lawrence Cook Middle School Compact for Success 7th graders to our campus Friday, November 18th.  They will visit Sonoma State University in the morning and spend time with EAHS Link Crew students for lunch.  This is a beginning of their journey into high school and beyond to college.


The EAHS Foundation is busy preparing for our Second Annual Fiesta on Saturday, March 11, 2017.  All tables are already sold out!  Our community is so generous and willing to support scholarships for our LOBOS and their future!  Thank you EAHS Foundation!


NOTE:  9th grade math tutorial is now every Thursday in the Library!



Mary Gail Stablein


Excellent Educators

Kristie Coleman and Brian Halloran, SR Chamber of Commerce Educators of the Year!


We have a new bell schedule this year.


First Bell 6:55

Period 0 7:00 - 7:50

Teacher Collab 7:55 - 8:25

Period 1 8:30 - 1 ...more


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

SRCS Showcase at Coddingtown Mall




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?



Critical Thinking


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

In November 30 students participated in Job Shadow Week!  Here is a brief summary of each shadow that took place:


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.


Linkenheimer CPA

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. ‚Äč




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.

Bite of Reality!

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In this video, Superintendent Diann Kitamura shares a secret to student success:

Superintendent's Video in English

Superintendent's Video in Spanish

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

Today: 12/9/16

Congratulation Martin Mejia, Santa Rosa City School Board Student of the Month!

Kyle Thompson, Music Director, Valerie Jordan, Assistant Principal, Martin Mejia, Award Recipient, Lori Chamberlin, Counselor

LOBOS Visit Cal Berkeley!

Willie Tamayo, EAHS Foundation President, Gerald Villarreal, EAHS Foundation Governance Chair, Tomas Sanchez, Counselor, Katie Loomis, Art Teacher, and 26 LOBOS!


Compact for Success Class of 2017 visit SSU

Compact for Success EAHS 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.

LOBOS sign up for the SAT


Stay 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.


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