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, T, Th, F
Wednesday: 8:20-1:18

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.

This week is teacher appreciation week.  Thanks to all of the teachers at Elmira who go above and beyond to help students succeed.  We will be recognizing them throughout the week here at EHS.  Go Falcons!

Early this morning, Elmira H.S., the Elmira Community and the family of Kyle Smith, received tragic news that he had passed away. Kyle was a graduate of EHS in 2012. He was an outstanding kid, an outstanding athlete and was growing into an outstanding, young man. Kyle attended Portland State University where he played football and was majoring in business. This devastating news has been hard on staff and students and will be for some time to come. This type of news affects people differently. Parents should be prepared to discuss this with their students tonight and offer support as needed. The school has a room today, staffed with counselors and staff members, to assist with these difficult emotions and feelings. We ask that you please keep the Smith family in your thoughts as they grieve this unimaginable loss of a son, brother, nephew, uncle and grandson, as well as a friend to many.

—Gary Carpenter, Principal, EHS.

Prom!! This Saturday night, 8:00-11:30 at Emerald Valley Resort in Creswell. The last day to purchase tickets is Friday the 15th, $20.00, or $35.00 for a couple. This should be a fun and memorable, yet safe night for our students. We are holding a school-wide prom safety assembly on Friday morning to remind students about the dangers of drinking and driving, getting into a car with anyone that shouldn’t be driving, wearing seatbelts and distracted driving. Hope to see many of our students there. Reminder that students must be in school on Friday in order to attend the prom! Go Falcons!

The EHS Athletic Department and Coaching staff is offering a great opportunity to Future Falcons and their parents.  The first week school is out, incoming 3rd -8th grade students (both boys and girls), can sign up to participate in an all-day (8:00-3:30) multi-sport athletic camp!  Kids will have a great time, while having an opportunity to experience Basketball, Soccer, Football, Volleyball, Baseball, Softball and Track & Field, in addition to presentations on leadership and goal setting!  We hope to see many Future Falcons at this Camp.  See the Information Flyer/Permission Slip at the link below!

Flyer and Permission Slip 2-1

Friday, April 1st, 7 p.m., Concert, EHS Cafeteria, $5.00:    4 Bands: Sojourner, The Motions, Your Hands Write History, and Eternal Covenant. These bands are alternative rock, progressive metal, and metalcore.

Saturday, April 2nd, 7 a.m. to noon.  Community Breakfast, EHS Cafeteria, $5… eggs, pancakes, hashbrowns, beverage.

Sunday, April 3rd, 5 to 8 p.m., Dinner & Auction, EHS Cafeteria, $10 Adults/ $7 Students…. dinner includes lasagna, salad, breadsticks, dessert, beverage.  Silent & (possible) Oral Auction. (Please RSVP to the school for this event–541-935-8200).

All of the money raised at these events (planned by the students), is then given back to the community!  Come out and support these students who are working hard!  Go Falcons!

Congratulations to the EHS OBOB team of Finn King, Jessica Yost, Jessica Coone, Celeste Ossowski and Cooper Barnes, along with their Coach/Advisor, Sherry Cooper.  With 10 teams competing this past weekend at the Regional Competition, the Falcons placed 2nd and are advancing to the state meet on April 9th!  EHS has had 5 teams advance to state in the past 7 years, including 4 teams in the last 5.  Go Falcons!

Parent/Teacher Conferences occur this Thursday from 4-8 PM in the EHS Cafeteria.  We are now 4.5 weeks into the 2nd semester.  These conferences will allow you to meet with your student’s teachers, as well as receive updated grade information regarding your students academic standing 1/4 of the way through the Semester.  If you cannot attend Thursday evening due to a conflict, feel free to email teachers to set up something at a different time.  There is no-school Friday, March 4th.

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