ehsElmira High School-Home of the Falcons

24936 Fir Grove Lane
Elmira, Oregon 97437

(541) 935-8200, Fax:  (541) 935-8222
Office Hrs: 7:30-4:00 M-F,
School Hrs: 8:20-3:20 M-F

Our Mission Statement: The mission of Elmira High School is to meet state standards through active teaching and learning, and provide all students the academic and social skills to become successful members of our global community.

untitled A big congratulations to Darin French and Susanna Hedenstrom who will be the class of 2014 Valedictorian and Salutatorian!  Both are very talented and hard-working students.  Well done!

progress.reportBetween now and Monday morning, April 14th, teachers will be updating their grades and loading progress reports.  This is NOT a report card, but rather a picture of where students stand academically mid way through the 2nd semester.  All progress reports will be mailed home and you should receive them the middle of next week.  The 3rd progress report will come home on or about May 14th, and final report cards will be mailed home the week of June 23rd.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact teachers by phone or via email.  Go Falcons!

equesterianThe Elmira equestrian drill team is headed to state once again. They placed 2nd in districts earning a silver medal. The In Hand Obstacle team, also qualified for state. They placed first at all 3 meets ending the season with a gold medal.
Drill team members include Leah Lowe, Lyndsie Parks, Maranda Sawyer, Katelynn Biddie, Corbie Johnson, and Madison Dube. IHOR team consists of Leah Lowe, Lyn…dsie Parks, Katelynn Biddie and Corbie Johnson.
Leah Lowe qualified for state in 8 out of 9 events. (Working pairs, working rancher, reining, dressage, showmanship, driving, IHOR, and drill) but is best known on the team as the glitter queen:)
Congrats to this team, and all the volunteers that make this opportunity happen!

Reminder:  The 1st ever “Miss” Falcon Show is this Friday night in the EHS Gym, and starts at 7:00 PM sharp.  Cost is $10.00 for adults and $7.00 for students.  The $ raised stay right here in our community.  The girls have been working hard, have raised a significant amount of money so far, and I expect a great show!

college.aheadIf you haven’t had a chance to visit the webpage of our school counselor, Mrs. Meagan Haas, please do so. This is a great spot to get information.  For example, recently (on March 5th) she posted a link on her College and Career Center page, that gives information about the upcoming changes to the SAT that will take place beginning in 2016.  This “Counselor Page” should be a good resource to students and families, especially Junior’s and Seniors that are planning to go to College.  Feel free to email Meagan directly at if you have questions or suggestions for this page.

fundraiser It will be in the EHS gym this Friday night, March 21st, the doors open at 5:30 and the game starts at 6:00.  In addition to the game, your entrance fee includes a pulled pork sandwich dinner with chips, baked beans, slaw and a beverage.  Cost is $10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors.  Finally, there will also be many great items that have been donated that will be sold via a “silent auction.”  Come on out and support Miss Falcon.  All of the $ raised go right back to our local community.

parent.teacher.conferencesThis Thursday evening parent teacher conferences will be held in the EHS cafeteria from 4:00-8:00 PM.  There are not any conferences on Friday morning.  If you are unable to meet with teachers during this Thursday evening time, feel free to contact teachers directly and set something up at a time that works for both of you.  We will have progress reports to pass out at conferences.  For those that do not attend, they will be mailed home.  Feel to free to call the school if you have any questions.

classified.weekThis week is Classified employee appreciation Week.  The classified employees in a school are the secretaries, bookkeepers, custodians and educational assistants.  EHS has 15 outstanding classified employees that are a critical part of our school.  A big thank-you to Angela, Leiisa, Tammy, Robin, Stacy, Kelley, Debbie, Andrea, Stephanie, Julie Cross, Julie Bothel, Dale, Bob, Tony and Mike.  Thanks to all of you, for all you do!!

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