EHS Finals Week

Finals are next week: Tuesday, June 13 - Thursday June 15 and are minimum days.

Class ends: 12:46pm
Lunch: 12:46pm
Buses Leave: 3:44pm
Grab-and-Go Super: 3:44pm


Las finales son la próxima semana: Martes 13 de Junio - Jueves 15 de Junio y son días mínimos.

Finaliza la clase: 12:46 p.m.
Almuerzo: 12:46 p.m.
Salida de los autobuses: 15:44
Cena para llevar: 15:44 Thank you,

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End of Year Library Returns
Students must return ALL library materials by the last day of school - Thursday, June 15th. Failure to return materials will result in fines on your student's account. Keep an eye out for a paper mailing sent earlier this week, and be sure that students are checking their email where they will find up to date library account information each Tuesday (from May 23rd through the end of the school year). Seniors must resolve any returns and/or fines before graduation in order to receive their diploma.  Thank you for supporting the library with these end of the year chores! 

The library is open Monday - Friday, 7:30AM - 4:00PM.

Los estudiantes deben devolver TODOS los materiales de la biblioteca antes del último día de clases, el jueves 15 de junio. La falta de devolución de materiales resultará en multas en la cuenta de su estudiante. Esté atento a un correo en papel enviado a principios de esta semana y asegúrese de que los estudiantes estén revisando su correo electrónico donde encontrarán información actualizada de la cuenta de la biblioteca todos los martes (desde el 23 de mayo hasta el final del año escolar). Los seniors deben resolver cualquier devolución y/o multa antes de graduarse para poder recibir su diploma. ¡Gracias por apoyar a la biblioteca con estas tareas de fin de año!

La biblioteca está abierta de lunes a viernes, de 7:30 a. m. a 4:00 p. m.
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Upcoming School Closures
Upcoming School Closures:
3/20 – Monday – No School
3/29 – Wednesday – Minimum Day
12:04 – Students released
3:44 – Buses Leave
4/10 - 4/14 – Spring Break - No School

Próximos Cierres de Escuelas:
3/20 – Lunes – No hay clases
3/29 – Miércoles – Día Mínimo
12:04 – Estudiantes liberados
3:44 – Salida de los autobuses
4/10 - 4/14 – Vacaciones de primavera - No hay clases
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It's finals!
Wednesday 1/18
8:30-10:30 - 1st Period
10:46-12:26 - 4th Period
Thursday 1/19
8:30-10:30 - 2nd Period
10:46-12:46 - 5th Period
Friday 1/20
8:30-10:30 - 3rd Period
10:46-12:26 - 6th Period
Lunch will be served in the cafeteria from 12:46-1:25.
Buses will leave at their regular scheduled time at 3:54.
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Eureka High PTSA Meeting - 10-12-2022

The Eureka High PTSA Association Meeting will be Wednesday, October 12, 2022 @ 5 pm in the school library.  We will present the budget, calendar, and 2022/2023 Slate of Officers.  This meeting will also include the first official Safe & Sober planning meeting.

Slate of Officers:
President - Kären Hammer
Treasurer - Angi Sorenson
Secretary - Carol Unsinger
Ed Sonia - Administrator

Many positions remain open - please email [email protected] to nominate.

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EHS Playoffs Tickets Available Here

For fans planning on attending North Coast Section playoffs, the NCS is going cashless for the 2021 postseason. All postseason tickets must be purchased through the GoFan website. No tickets will be available at the gate. Please make sure to purchase ahead of time at GoFan.

Click here to visit the EHS Loggers Page on and purchase tickets.

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PBIS Gold Medal Announcement

The California Positive Behavioral  Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Coalition, has awarded  Eureka High School a Gold level recognition for excellence in the implementation of the core features of PBIS. Over the past eight years, the entire staff at Eureka High School has been committed to implementing PBIS with fidelity and creating the conditions to create a welcoming and safe community for ALL students. Congratulations Eureka High School for this outstanding achievement!

Students holding PBIS Gold Medal banner

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Eureka High Athletics Tryout Schedule Fall 2021

All student athletes must have a valid physical with a physical form signed and completed by the first day of practice/tryouts (no exceptions).  Physicals are good for one year from the date, so many student-athletes who participated in athletics spring 2021 already have their current physical on file.  Student-athletes must also register on Family ID ( ) and complete all forms.  A COVID Liability waiver must also be signed. Concussion testing is also mandatory and we will be putting out information with dates/times and locations.  Go Loggers!

Andrew Haraldson - (707) 845-1428
First JV practice - August 9 from 4:30-6:30 at the EHS Pit
First Varsity practice - August 9 from 5:00-730 at Albee Stadium

Cross Country
Matt Messner - (707) 599-9773
First practice - August 9 at 3:30 at the track

Stephanie Napoleon - (707) 407-7504
Tryouts - August 9 from 3:30-7:30 in the gym

Boys Soccer
Eddie Garcia - (707) 601-5778
Tryouts - August 9 at 6:30am and 5:30pm at Washington School

Girls Soccer
Tommy Learmouth - (707) 599-1891
First conditioning - August 9 from 8:00-9:00 am on EHS Track
First practice - August 9 at 3:00 at Washington School

Girls Golf
Karen Griffith - (707) 407-5846
First practice - August 16 from 10:00-12:00 at the Eureka Golf Course

Girls Tennis
Lilly Copeland - (707) 599-1137
First practice - August 9 at 4:00 at the EHS tennis courts
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New Student Orientation
Eureka High School Student Government would like to invite all students who will be new to Eureka High School for the 2021-22 School Year to the 2021 New Student Orientation on Thursday, August 19th at Eureka High School. The purpose of New Student Orientation is to prepare all new students for their transition into Eureka High School. Students should arrive at 8:45am in front of the cafeteria. The students will go on a guided tour of the EHS campus, attend a short assembly, and enjoy some fun activities. Students will also receive their tentative schedule at this time. We look forward to seeing you there. Current 10th-12th graders, if you are interested in serving as a Logger Leader for the New Student Orientation, please email EHS Student Activities Director, Tera Sanchez, at [email protected].  Information will be mailed home.
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Club Activities

To participate in an in-person club activity at EHS, each student needs to fill out and return a liability waiver form. Please return your form to your club adviser or the main office. You can email to [email protected] Make sure to write in your club in the activity line.

COVID-19 Liability Waiver - Athletic_Over 18.pdf

COVID-19 Liability Waiver - Athletic _Under 18.pdf

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Athletic Liability Waiver
All student athletes must have a signed COVID-19 Liability Waiver prior to starting any conditioning or practice for athletics at Eureka High School.  All student athletes must have a physical prior to the first day of tryouts/practice for their season of sport.
The  COVID-19 Liability Waiver can be accessed on the website or picked up at school.  Waivers can be returned to the main office or scanned and emailed to [email protected]  Physical forms can be picked up at school.

COVID-19 Liability Waiver - Athletic Under 18.pdf

COVID-19 Liability Waiver - Athletic Over 18.pdf

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Distance Learning Tips
Please see the flyer for success tips for distance learning and important upcoming dates.

Distance Learning Tips.pdf
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Textbooks and Technology
If you need a textbook, the library is open 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. If you need a Chromebook please call the main office to get on the list for the next shipment 441-2508. If you are on the list for a hot spot, some have arrived with more expected this week and we will call you to pick up your hotspot.
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Counselor Assignments
A-G: Shellye Horowitz [email protected]
H-Pe: Delores Haskamp [email protected]
Pf-Z: Enrique Gomez [email protected]

Questions can be directed to teachers via school email which is on PowerSchool, by leaving a message with the main office at 441-2508 or the counseling office at 441-2591.
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Free Online Tutoring
Free Online Tutoring for Students of Del Norte, Eureka, and Hoopa High: Participate in 1:1 tutoring via video chat Steps to sign up: Go to the website Click on green Schedule an Appointment This will link to the Tutor’s Google Calendar Appointments Page Choose appointment slot that works for you Fill in the required information, and check your email for an appointment confirmation!
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Students and Parents: Don't Miss Important School Announcements!
Students and Parents: Don't Miss Important School Announcements! Add 707-441-2508 as EHS and 707-441-2400 as ECS to your contacts.
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Estudiantes y padres: ¡No se pierdan anuncios importantes de la escuela!
Estudiantes y padres: ¡No se pierdan anuncios importantes de la escuela! Agregue 707-441-2508 cómo EHS y 707-441-2400 cómo ECS a sus contactos
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Parking at EHS
Following approval by the City Council on November 19th, 2019, Public Works and the Eureka Police Department are implementing a no-fee Residential Permit Parking zone in the Eureka High School (EHS) area. Poles and signs have installed in zones where residential parking permits will be enforced. Enforcement of the permit zones will begin in January when the new semester begins for Eureka High School. Warnings will start happening now. Enforcement hours for the permit zones will be from 8am to 5pm except for weekends and when EHS is not in session.
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EHS Homecoming Week
Eureka High School’s Homecoming is approaching. The events kick off Thursday, October 17th at 7:00 p.m with the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in the high school cafeteria. We will induct four worthy recipients into the Athletic Hall of Fame. This is a public event.
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Eureka High School's English Learner Advisory Committee
Eureka High School will hold its first English Learner Advisory Committee meeting on Tuesday, September 24th, from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the large conference room at Eureka High School 1915 J Street. Members of the English Learner Advisory Committee give advice and feedback to the administration and staff regarding English learner programs.
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Tentative Schedules Have Been Mailed Home!
Classes are still being filled. All students must pick up their official schedule (yellow) in the cafeteria on Aug 21st between 7:45-8:30 a.m. This is your ticket to class.
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EHS Players 4th Annual Dinner Theater and Silent Auction
The EHS Players are putting on their 4th Annual Dinner Theater and Silent Auction on May 10th from 6:00-10:00 p.m. at the Eureka Woman's Club.
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EHS Players Present The Drowsy Chaperone
Hailed by New York Magazine as "The Perfect Broadway Musical," The Drowsy Chaperone is a masterful meta-musical, poking fun at all the tropes that characterize America’s Jazz Age musical theatre genre.
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Eureka City Schools has contracted with Prismatic Services to complete an Equity and Inclusion Audit. The goals of this study are to assess student access to high-quality programs, high-quality teaching, discipline procedures, equitable resources, and root cause analysis of persistent achievement gaps for students of color and other historically marginalized groups.

Parents and community members and invited to complete the survey below:

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