EHSHeader2Elmira High School-Home of the Falcons

24936 Fir Grove Lane
Elmira, Oregon 97437

Office:
(541) 935-8200, Fax:  (541) 935-8205
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.

20150528_073447I believe in the newspaper industry they call that “front-page above the fold.”  A big congratulations to Ms. Elmira Louie and her family for her academic achievements.  Go Falcons!

Wednesday, May 27th at 7:00 PM:  Awards night it the EHS Gym.

 

Thursday, May 28th at 6:30-7:30 PM:  8th grade fly-up for incoming 9th graders and parents in the EHS Theater.

 

Each year US News and World report puts out an article that ranks the nations top High Schools. A few years back, EHS made the list and earned a silver medal. The list of 2014 schools just came out and 28 Oregon High Schools made the list. Once again, EHS has made the cut, ranking as the 24th High School in the state of Oregon. For perspective, we are also the highest ranking 4A school on the list, and one of only two Lane County schools on the Oregon list (with the other being South Eugene). Thanks to all the teachers, parents, students and volunteers that make this possible. Go Falcons!

http://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/oregon/rankings?schooltypepublic=y&schooltypemagnet=y&schooltypecharter=y

Congratulations to the 2015 EHS Valedictorian Ms. Elmira Louie for being awarded one of only 6 of the top scholarships the University of Oregon offers, the Stamps Scholars award. This scholarship pays in full for 4 years all tuition, room, board, book and fees.  In addition students are given a $12,000 stipend that allows them to study abroad or pursue other enrichment opportunities.  You can visit the link below to read about this award!

http://www.oregonlive.com/education/index.ssf/2015/05/meet_the_6_top_students_headed.html#incart_2box_education_index.ssf

This week, May 4th-8th, is Teacher Appreciation Week.  Thank-you to all of the great teachers here at EHS who go above and beyond on a daily basis.  We are fortunate to have a great staff and I am fortunate to work here with them.  Go Falcons!

Our Annual EHS Junior Night event is coming up on Thursday, May 7th at 6:00 p.m. in the EHS theater. This is an event for both parent and student. We will cover a wide range of important information for Juniors as they plan for graduation and life after high school! Parents are strongly encouraged to join to gain greater insight into what role you can take and know how best to support your student for their next steps. The agenda will include a presentation on navigating post-secondary options and planning for college hosted by Mrs. Haas, EHS School Counselor, followed by some general senior year information shared by Mr. Carpenter. We hope you can make it and get a head start on senior year for the graduating class of 2016!

What: Community Forum on Drug Testing of H.S. athletes at EHS
Where: EHS Theater
When: Tuesday, May 12th from 7-8 PM.

Earlier this school year a group of parents asked the EHS administration to collect some data and look into the possibility of creating and implementing a policy around drug testing at EHS. As such, on Tuesday, May 12th we will be holding a Community Forum at the above date and time. As we get closer, a more detailed agenda and outline of the hour will be released. If this is a topic that interests you, regardless of which side of the discussion you fall, please plan on attending and being a part of the dialogue. Go Falcons!

If LCC (or any community college) is on your list of potential schools or training programs, you’ll need to take some placement tests.  Just as the name implies, these tests determine into which classes you’ll initially be placed at LCC. Your scores should pre-qualify you for classes that are neither too difficult nor too easy. Like Goldilocks’s porridge, you’ll place into classes that are “just right.”  The thing is, if you scores are low, you may be required to take classes designed to bring your reading, writing and math skills up to college levels before you can start taking freshman-level courses — and those classes may not be eligible for financial student aide. YOU’LL WANT TO DO YOUR BEST AND PREPARE AHEAD OF TIME.  People who practice ahead of time can raise their scores an average of TWO course levels.  This could save you hundreds (or even thousands) of dollars!

We will be offering both the LCC and LBCC Placement Exams here at EHS on Tuesday, April 7 2015 and again on Tuesday, May 19 2015 from 3:30 – 6:00 p.m. in Computer Lab 10.  Listen to the Morning Announcements for how to sign-up, right after Spring Break.

See Mrs. Haas with questions.

This past week was Classified Employee Appreciation Week.  Here at EHS we recognized our Classified Employees (the secretaries, custodians and educational assistants) by the leadership class sponsoring an all staff breakfast in the morning and posting thank-you signs around school.  In addition, they received treats in their mailboxes each day, and had free drinks from the coffee cart all week.  The Classified Employees here at EHS are critical to our success.  Each and every day they do amazing things for the staff, students and community.  Next time you have an opportunity, please thank them for all they do. They are appreciated very much.

parent.teacher.conf.Thursday, March 12th EHS will hold Spring Conferences in the cafeteria from 4-8 PM.  When you arrive you can pick up a current copy of your students grades, and visit with their teachers.  Hope to see many of your there.

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