Summer SAIL is a FREE one-week program hosted on the University of Oregon campus, where high school students learn about various subjects from distinguished UO faculty members through fun social and interactive activities.
SAIL offers DAY Programs for summer 2021. We will offer hybrid programs, with a mix of in-person and virtual experiences, for summer 2021.
Win awesome prizes: gift cards, school supplies, Hydro flasks, SAIL swag, and more!
To apply, student must be an Oregon resident and meet at least one of the following criteria:
- Come from a low-income family (for example, qualify for Free and Reduced Lunch)
- Be the first in your family to attend college
- Come from an underrepresented minority background
- Unaccompanied youth (in state custody, foster care, homeless or not living with family)
- returning student
- Sibling of a returning student
Please send all SAIL questions to: email@example.com
Please use following link to watch the senior graduation video.
Here are the some important reminders for graduation tonight:
- Please make sure you have your tickets, you will not be allowed to enter without a ticket.
- Masks are required for all spectators.
- We do have chairs for each guest, you do not need to bring your own chairs this evening.
- We are asking everyone to check in using the QR code on your ticket. You are welcome to check in at any time today.
- It looks like we may have some rain today, please refrain from bringing umbrellas or easy ups as it will block the view of the people behind you.
- We will have ADA seating on the north side of the facility nearest the concession stand, please ask for assistance when you arrive.
- We know that some of you may have shared unused tickets with other families, we do ask that you keep chair shifting to a minimum as each space has been marked out for social distancing.
- Each block of seats is marked with your graduates name and are color coded, please use this guide to find your seats:
Please use the following link for the livestream of Elmira’s High School 2021 Graduation Exercises
We hope you will join us at 7:00 PM on Tuesday, June 8th for our Virtual Awards Night. Please click on the link below to watch the presentation.
As we near the end of the year we wanted to remind the Class of 2021 of some important upcoming dates.
June 3rd and 4th – 12th Grade Textbook Check-in
June 8th – Last Day for All Seniors (A and B cohorts need to report on this day)
June 8th – Chromebook Return in the Library from 12:00 – 4:00 PM
June 9th – Chromebook Return in the Library from 5:00 – 6:00 PM
June 9th – Graduation Practice at 6:00 PM (Attendance is mandatory if you want to participate in graduation)
June 11th – Graduation at 7:00 PM
Chromebook check-in continues for grades K-2 from 7:30 am -8:30 am at VES, the next 3 school days. For all other grades/schools, below is our plan! If you have questions, please reach out to the building. Pre-registering and bringing the “form” filled out are helpful, but NOT required!
CHROMEBOOK CHECK-IN SCHEDULE
|3rd-8th||June 1st||2-6 PM||EES Library||https://signup.com/go/PUmSdAv|
|3rd-8th||June 2nd||2-6 PM||VES Cafeteria||https://signup.com/go/iufguus|
|3rd-8th||June 3rd||2-3:15 PM(students only)
3:15-6 PM Parent sign-up
|3rd-8th||June 4th||3:15-5 PM||FRMSLibrary||https://signup.com/go/QBJiuEq|
|12th EHS & 12th OPTIONS||June 8th||12-4 PM||EHS Library||https://signup.com/go/XEXWZuz|
|12th EHS & 12th OPTIONS||June 9th||5-6 PMRight before graduation practice||EHS Library||https://signup.com/go/XEXWZuz|
|9th-11th EHS||June 17th & 18th||12-4 PM||EHS Library||https://signup.com/go/nJvQJXz|
|June 15th & 16th||4-6 PMBoth days||EHS Library||https://signup.com/go/wYfoPeF|
|ALL-*Anyone that could not make it||June 21st||8-3 PM||District Office||No pre-registration needed.|
Please bring the form at this link: (click here)
If you are a 9th-12th grader using your Chromebook for summer school, you must STILL check-it in, and it will be signed right back out to you.
Season 4 (Winter Sports) contests begin today, we want to remind everyone of the spectator requirements for basketball and wrestling.
- Masks are required.
- We are only allowing 2 home spectators per athlete and a ticket will be required. No visiting spectators are allowed.
- All spectators need to enter through the ticket booth out by the stadium and check in with our door supervisor or the QR code on your ticket.
- All games and meets in the main gym will be streamed on NFHS, please go to https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/ to watch.
- Please do not arrive more than 20 minutes before the start of your designated contest, entry will be allowed up to 20 minutes after your contest has begun.
We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause, but we are still required to follow all OSAA and OHA guidance for our athletic events.
Elmira High School was notified today of a student testing positive for COVID-19, yesterday. Thank you to the parent who quickly notified us, as it allows the District to begin our work that needs to be done, usually 4-6 hours before Lane County Public Health is notified by the lab, and has time to reach out to us. The District has been working with Lane County in looking at this case. What has been found is that there were no close contacts at school due to strong COVID protocols, and as a result, LCPH is NOT requiring any student to isolate/quarantine. This is not what is classified as a “school contact.”
Although the student was in class this week, District staff have checked with EHS teachers and all safety protocols were followed. Lane County has directed that if students maintain the 3 feet distance, wear a mask and wash their hands, a classroom or cohort does not need to quarantine. As an extra precaution, although not required, the High School will be notifying the parents who have students in the same classroom via email, so those parents can monitor their student for any symptoms. If you have questions, feel free to email the EHS Principal at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will respond before Monday morning, or call EHS at 541-935-8200.
An additional element of this case is that there were multiple “close contacts” with friends/peers outside of school. To include work, hanging out with friends, meeting at the lake, etc… The family is very cooperative and supportive and is working with Lane County Public Health to get these names, and if your student was a close contact outside of school, either the family of the student, or LCPH will be reaching out to you to discuss the need to quarantine.
The schools have many protocols in place to help protect your student during the school day. However, the school cannot monitor students outside of school. Please help us keep students in school by encouraging them to wear their mask and keep 3 feet apart even when they are out with their friends.
Thanks for continuing to do your best so that we may keep our schools open!
We are a little more than 5 week away from graduation and we wanted to give seniors and their parents a chance to ask questions about our plans for this year’s celebration. Mr. Gardner will be hosting a Zoom meeting on Monday, May 10th at 6 PM to share information and answer questions. Please use the attached Zoom link to get your questions answered.
Elmira High School was recently ranked the 21st best high school in Oregon by the US News and World Report. We were also ranked the second best high school in Lane County. This honor is really a testament to our teachers and classified staff and to the overall efforts of our students. For additional details about how these rankings are determined and what areas that Elmira High School excelled in, please refer to the following link.