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Bartholomew, Duane
Benbrook, Ross
Burns, Mr.
Computer Science, Web Page Design, Publications, Yearbook and Journalism Teache
Cavero, Sara
Davis, Mark
DeKoven, Florence
Dykzeul, Theo
Ferber, Douglas
Greene, Miles
History Teacher English Teacher
Henley, Allison
Mair, Jennifer
Payne, Leslie
Perez, Ramon
Salvatore, T, Tom
Wright-Crichlow, Señora
Spanish Teacher

Academic Rally 2/12/16

The Academic Rally is Friday, 2/12/16 during period 6. Spirit Week will be coming soon!

After-School Tutoring

Need a quite place to study? Falling behind in a class? Have a question for your teacher?

Come to after-school tutoring at ESS!

Tutoring available in all
subjects in Room 1 and Oddysseyware in Room 9

3:30-4:30pm every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday

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CTE/ROP for 11th and 12th Graders

What Is CTE/ROP?

Career Technical Education (CTE/ROP) is the Contra Costa County Office of Education's career training program designed for high school juniors and seniors. The goal of CTE/ROP is to help students gain knowledge and skills for future careers.

  • Each class helps you develop a résumé, review effective interviewing techniques and identify sources of employment.


  • CTE/ROP is an excellent way to prepare for college. If you are uncertain about their college major or career choice, CTE/ROP provides an opportunity to explore a career field. You can use the skills you develop in CTE/ROP to gain higher paying part-time work to help pay for college expenses.


  • Internships and hands-on experience provide opportunities to “try-out” career choices before investing time and money in college or post-secondary training.

Finals Exam Schedule

Finals Exam Schedule:


Tuesday, January 26th

8:30 am- 8:55 am          Breakfast

9:00 am- 11:00 am        Period 1

11:00 am - 11:30am      Lunch

11:35 am - 1:35 pm       Period 2


Wednesday, January 27th

8:30 am- 8:55 am          Breakfast

9:00 am- 11:00 am        Period 3

11:00 am - 11:30am      Lunch

11:35 am - 1:35 pm       Period 4


Thursday, January 28th

8:30 am- 8:55 am          Breakfast

9:00 am- 11:00 am        Period 5

11:00 am - 11:30am      Lunch

11:35 am - 1:35 pm       Period 6


Friday, January 29th

8:30 am- 8:55 am          Breakfast

9:00am - 11:00 am        Period 0

11:00am - 11:30 am      Lunch





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The ACLU’s Summer Advocacy Institute will bring together a diverse group of students entering their junior and senior years of high school from across the United States to participate in an advanced, firsthand learning experience for the next generation of social justice advocates. Through an intensive 7-day program, students will learn directly from lawyers, lobbyists, community activists, journalists, and other experts working to defend the civil rights and liberties critical to a free and open society.  The Close Up Foundation — a DC-based civic-education nonprofit — will serve as a partner with the ACLU to provide substantive experiential learning opportunities that help students hone their skills as issue-focused campaigners.




Where: Downtown Oakland Marriot Hotel


The 17th Annual Black College Expo returns 2016 with new information and resources to help students succeed! Black College Expo features a very informative and exciting college fair, known as an “Infotainment” college fair, showcasing well over 50 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and educational organizations and programs.

Our mission is to curtail the high school dropout rate and increase degree and/or certificate enrollment among underserved and underrepresented youth. Our goal is to get students excited about education and provide the pathways and resources for students to make positive career choices.

Black College Expo:

  • Connects students and student athletes directly to colleges, including historically black colleges and universities
  • Students can get accepted on the Spot, Application fees waived, and Scholarships on the Spot!
  • Exposes students to available scholarships and helps students access scholarships
  • Assists with college preparation and readiness
  • Assists student athletes with NCAA Eligibility requirements and recruitment opportunities
  • Connects students to career, internship, and vocational opportunities
  • Offers incredible, “life changing” seminars, which provides valuable platforms to connect students to College, Careers & Beyond!





New: Senior Ladies The Golden Gate Society of Women’s Engineers is offering a scholarship for women who plan to major in Engineering or Computer Science.  If this is you please pick up a paper application from Mrs. Cavero. The deadline to apply is March 25th


New: The Xi Gamma Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. will be awarding scholarships ranging from $500 to $2,000, to outstanding African American high school seniors.  The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of scholarship achievement and financial need.  The scholarship award will be paid to the recipient upon proof of enrollment in a recognized and accredited four-year college or university, for the 2016-2017 academic year. The deadline to apply is March 31st. Paper Application attached.




            1.   Applicant must be a graduating senior.


2.   Scholarship ability will be based on high school records showing a minimum GPA of 3.0