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Need to order a TRANSCRIPT?

You can now order your transcript online.  Use this link:

 

http://www.parchment.com/u/registration/6973/account

 

If you have questions, please call Ms. Sally Gonzalez, our Registrar, at 707-528-5024.

SENIORS - GRADUATES

Elsie Allen High School Senior Expenses 2018 - Purchase tickets in the EAHS Business Office

 

Senior Picnic – May 11, 2018

Location: TBD

Cost: TBD

Includes: Lunch, Activities

 

PROM – Saturday, May 19, 2018

Location: Friedman Event Center

Time:  6:00 – 11:00

From 3/19 – 4/13

Per ticket cost:  $70

Couple ticket cost:  $130

From 4/16 – 5/4

Per ticket cost:  $85

Couple ticket cost:  $160

Includes: Dinner, Dessert, Dancing

 

Project Grad - Friday, June 1, 2018

Purchase tickets: Sandy Thrasher: 867-6254 Or Gina Smith: 495-4898

Location: Scandia

Time:  9:00pm – 3:00am

Cost:  $40.00

Includes: roundtrip bus ride, unlimited rides, bumper boats, snacks, golf, and games

SENIOR 2018 NEWSLETTER

Dear Parents / Guardians,

Congratulations on helping your student prepare to reach the first real pinnacle in their lives, graduating from High School.  You are very close, so now is the time to insure the exciting activities are everything they can be.  In a few short weeks your student will complete projects, take final exams, and attend graduation events such as the Senior Awards, the Senior Breakfast, Elsie Allen High School Graduation and Project Graduation. Listed below are a variety of articles outlining etiquette, policies, eligibility rules, schedules, and just about everything you need to know to help your student be successful in their remaining days of high school!  Please read them closely, mark your calendars, and help your student make the best choices to be successful at this extraordinary time in all of your lives.

 

GRADUATION ACTIVITIES

As we approach the end of the school year, Elsie Allen High School wishes to bring to your attention that during the last days of school, students are asked to be on their best behavior, so they may graduate with their fellow students.

The School District agrees to provide a site and appropriate facilities for the activities and to provide the legal and traditional procedures required of such occasions.  Furthermore, the District agrees to take those steps deemed necessary to maintain order and dignity at the proceedings up to and including exclusion of any student from participation in the activity before or during the event when the exclusion is necessary to maintain proper decorum.

Graduation Practice

Seniors must attend graduation practices in order to participate in graduation ceremonies.

Meaningful Formal Ceremony

Student attire is as follows: Dress Shoes (no stilettos), dress slacks, nice jeans and shirt, skirt, and/or dress

Note:  The following items are NOT acceptable attire for graduates during the ceremony: Beach/pool sandals, headphones, scarves, hats, pins, flower leis, buttons, or decorative articles on cap and/or gown.  However, you may decorate a cap cover at home, give it to family member during the ceremony and you may retrieve it after the ceremony for pictures.

Graduation Tickets

Each graduate will receive 6 free tickets when all bills and/or obligations are cleared.  These tickets will be available in the Business Office.  Additional tickets may be purchased for $6.00 each or 5 tickets for $25.00.  CASH ONLY!   

REMINDER:  NO TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE UNTIL THE GRADUATE HAS CLEARED ALL BILLS AND OBLIGATIONS .

Diploma Pick Up!

Only diploma covers are given during the ceremony – Diplomas are not mailed, but can be picked up immediately after the ceremony in the Den by students only.  Parents will meet graduates in the Main Gym for pictures.

 

Graduation Ceremony is a privilege. 

Violations of procedures and/or school-rules may result in students being removed from the ceremony.

 

PARKING - Plan to arrive early for better parking and better seating. 

SEATING = Gates open at 4:00 p.m.  There is no reserved seating.  Wheelchair Accessible

 

SUSPENSION/EXPULSION

Suspension and expulsion are Elsie Allen High School’s most serious discipline consequences.  SUSPENSION shall mean the exclusion of a pupil from regular classroom instruction for adjustment purposes.  A student may be suspended if the Principal or his/her designee determines that the pupil’s presence causes a danger to persons or property or is a threat to disrupting the instructional process. 

A suspended student shall remain away from any school grounds and school activities and be under the direct supervision of a parent/guardian for the duration of the suspension.

SERIOUS SUSPENSIONS

(a1) Caused, attempted to cause or threatened to cause physical injury to another person.

(a2) Willfully used force upon the person of another, except in self-defense.

(b) Possessed, sold or otherwise furnished any firearm, knife, explosive (including firecracker, cherry bomb, smoke bomb, etc.), or other dangerous object unless the student had obtained written permission to possess the item from a certified school employee, which is concurred by the Principal or his/her designee.

 (c) Unlawfully possessed, used, sold or otherwise furnished, or been under the influence of any controlled substance, as listed in Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 11053) of Division 10 of the Health and Safety Code, an alcoholic beverage of any kind.

(d) Unlawfully offered, arranged, or negotiated to sell any controlled substance listed in Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 11053) of Division 10 of the Health and Safety Code, an alcoholic beverage or an intoxicant of any kind, and then either sold, delivered or otherwise furnished to any person another liquid, substance or material and represented the liquid, substance or material as a controlled substance, alcoholic beverage or intoxicant.

(e) Committed or attempted to commit robbery or extortion.

***Other suspendable offenses may result in the exclusion of graduation activities***

ALL OF THE ABOVE SERIOUS SUSPENSIONS CAN RESULT IN EXPULSION FROM EAHS AND THE SANTA ROSA CITY SCHOOLS DISTRICT.

25 DAY INELIGIBILITY RULE

A student who commits a serious offense shall be subject to 25 consecutive school days of ineligibility from participation in school sports and school activities.  Examples of such activities include, but are not limited to:  Prom/dances, Graduation Ceremonies, Senior Picnic, field trips, etc. 

The 25 Day Rule starts Friday, April 27, 2018.

 

Graduation Etiquette

The Class of 2018 Graduation will take place in the Elmer Brown Stadium on Friday, June 1, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.  This year we have the opportunity to continue our historical graduation program of excellence.  Elsie Allen High School will have a traditional graduation ceremony, which means that we attempt to honor each graduate equally.  It is imperative that we show our best to the Santa Rosa community.  We ask both graduates and guests to not bring noise-makers, signs, balloons, etc. to the ceremony as people’s views can be obstructed. Thank you for respecting and honoring our school’s tradition. 

An official photographer will take pictures of your graduate when they cross the stage.  Family picture taking opportunities will be available before students enter the Den,  where they prepare for the processional and after the recessional, where they will meet you in the Main Gym.  It is difficult or even impossible to accommodate the desire of people to take personal photos, up-close, or near the stage. Also, please do not attempt to approach the stage with video equipment.  We ask your cooperation and also ask that you pass this information on to guests. 

Students will not be allowed to wear or carry flowers into the graduation ceremonies or onto the stage.  We ask that you honor your graduates with flowers after the ceremony.  Thank you in advance for your cooperation and support.

Please respect and follow the directions of staff members before, during, and after the Graduation Ceremony.  Thank you!

IMPORTANT DATES

May 11  Senior Picnic, Aloha Rally, LOBO Unity Carnival

May 14  Senior Awards (AM)

May 14  EAHS Foundation Awards (PM)

May 19  Prom, Friedman Event Center

May 31, June 1   Mandatory Graduation Practices

June 1  Senior Breakfast

 

An official graduation photographer has been selected to take pictures during the graduation ceremony.

 

Applications being accepted for University Center!

University Center@EA students enroll in Sonoma State University courses and earn college credits while still attending as juniors and seniors at Elsie Allen High School.  This is a college savings of over $20,000.00!  Students get exposure to college coursework before they graduate from high school.  University Center students have attended and graduated from Harvard, Stanford, MIT, and UC Berkeley, to name a few.  "This unique college credit earning and readiness program is the only one of its kind in Sonoma County." 

 

Students must apply and be accepted into the University Center@EA.  Appllications for the 2018-2019 school year are due February 1, 2018. To schedule a Shadow Day for your 8th grader or for program information contact Jenny Fleischer at 707-975-1659.

Jenny Fleischer

University Center Program Coordinator

Elsie Allen High School

(707) 975-1659

ASIAN NIGHT!

ASIAN NIGHT!

Elsie Allen’s own Asian Club hosted its 2nd annual “Asian Night” on February 23rd in celebration of the lunar new year. Friends, family and former students gathered to watch the students sing, dance and play their hearts out. Asian club members worked feverishly before the show to transform the den with posters and balloons. Lion dancers, including Asian Club member Vincent Nguyen and president Jason Dinh, opened the show with a bang and MCs Jude Gonzales and Isabella Bankmann used their playful banter to link the diverse performances, including several dance montages to popular K-pop songs, dramatic song recitals and flute playing. In-between performances the audience was able to join in for the games: musical chairs and limbo – a crowd favorite.

                                                                                                                                                                                                          

What an amazing showcase that highlighted the talents of our SRCS high school students!

Santa Rosa City Schools students performed at Weill Hall, Green Music Center, Sonoma State University.  The extraordinary performance featured advanced dancers from Elsie Allen, Maria Carrillo, Montgomery, and Santa Rosa high schools!

Nice work students!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Message from our Principal

 

Dear Students and Parents,

We are fully involved in our spring semester!  This is a reminder to stay focused on your educational pursuits. 

 

Students, know how many credits you have earned and review your course selections with your counselor.  Work with your teachers to stay focused and on top of your work. 

 

Parents, know your son/daughter's credit standing.  They need your support and encouragement to finish strong!

 

Seniors, please review the many end-of-year activities and plan accordingly. 

 

With LOBO PRIDE,
Mary Gail Stablein, 
Principal
 

 

LOBOS ARE:

Productive Thinkers who: 

  • identify, analyze, evaluate, and apply resources and information.
  • apply complex problem-solving processes to real life situations.
  • defend their opinions on issues of importance.

Responsible Learners who:

  • use effective goal setting strategies to create a positive vision for themselves and their future.
  • demonstrate reliability and punctuality in completing goals.
  • establish and practice habits that support physical, mental, and emotional well being.

Involved Citizens who:

  • contribute time, energy, and talents to improve the quality of life in their school and community.
  • understand the rights and responsibilities of citizenship and exercise those rights productively.

Dynamic Participants who:

  • use effective leadership and team skills to develop and maintain positive relations within diverse cultural, racial, class, and ethnic settings.
  • acknowledge their own responsibility within a group to contribute and function appropriately as a team member.

Effective Communicators who:

  • read, write, speak and listen thoughtfully and critically.
  • negotiate with others respectfully.
  • use a variety of resources including technologies.      


 

 

What is Compact for Success?

The first groups of Compact for Success students graduated this year.  Back in 7th grade at Lawrence Cook Middle School students started prepping for Elsie Allen High School and guaranteed entrance to Sonoma State University.  Thanks to the EAHS Foundation, every Compact for Success student received $1000.00 to start Sonoma State University this fall, 2017!  Congratulations!

 

For Compact for Success program information call 707-528-5021.  

Counseling Corner - News and Updates

Did you know that the Counseling Department has it's own Facebook Page - Like the "Elsie Allen Counselors" page or click on the Facebook Image below for up to date  test, scholarship, financial aid, internship and leadership information.   

 

Excellent Educators! Rebecca Tock & Jordan Eberly

Excellent Educators! Rebecca Tock & Jordan Eberly

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9th Grade Compact for Success Assembly with Sonoma State University


 

CNA Students

CNA Students at SRJC

COMING THIS SUMMER!  BECOME A CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT!

Unique to Elsie Allen High School is the partnership with Santa Rosa Junior College and our Certified Nursing Assistants program.  During the summer of 2017, nineteen Elsie Allen High School students participated and are now on their way to obtaining work in the healthcare industry.  Students spent 6 weeks learning through classroom instruction at EAHS, 2 weeks at a clinical hands-on lab at SRJC, and 2 weeks at assisted living facilities throughout Santa Rosa.  Our Foundation generously funded this rewarding and life-changing educational experience.  Thank you EAHS Foundation!  See your Counselor to apply for this summer.  Space is limited to 15 students.  Sign up early!

BELL SCHEDULE!

MONDAY & WEDNESDAY BLOCK DAYS

First Bell 6:55

Period 0 7:00 - 7:50

Teacher Collab 7:55 - 8:25

Period 1 8:30 - 10:20

Brunch 10:20 - 10:35

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Elsie Allen Yearbooks and other school items available at the Elsie Allen School Store

Get your 2018 Elsie Allen Yearbook, Elsie Allen School Gear, Jewelry and Graduation items at the Josten's Elsie Allen Store - Click Elsie Logo Below!

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LOBOS are Ambassadors!

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What are the 4C's?

Collaboration

Creativity

Critical Thinking

Communication

We are here to build these skills in your child.  Let's work together for their success!

Athletic Department - News and Updates

All Winter Sports Schedules can be found under Athletics!