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Balfe, Carol
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Bartholomew, Dwayne
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Benbrook, Ross
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Burns, Mr.
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Davis, Mark
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DeKoven, Florence
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Dykzeul, Theo
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Goode, Jessica
Principal
Greene, Miles
History Teacher English Teacher
Henley, Allison
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LaPlante, Lauren
Associate
Mair, Jennifer
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Payne, Leslie
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Perez, Ramon
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Perkins, RN, Lynn
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Salvatore, T, Tom
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Wright-Crichlow, Señora
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Summer Job Fair

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College Bound Brotherhood 2016 Graduation Celebration

2016 Summer Program

High-quality summer programs to help you with college, jobs and more!

View the program guide here: 

http://edfundwest.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/2016-GYSO-Guide-English.pdf

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After-School Tutoring

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

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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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News

5/24/16

See the attached Flyer for information about two summer STEM programs! Register at stemcirclelabs.com click students, click register.

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5/11/16

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Emery Unified School-Based Health Center Updates

 

THE MOVE and THE PLAN

  • The SBHC on the new ECCL campus is scheduled to open in September, 2016, located on the second floor of Building B.
  • The gym in the ECCL is now open, the high school will be next to move.
  • Movers have been contracted.  Packing materials were provided to teachers in late April.
  • The move will be completed by late July.

SERVING STUDENTS and the COMMUNITY

  • The SBHC will be open for students during school hours and possibly at other times.
  • The SBHC will be open to the community at designated times.
  • The specific schedule with hours is not yet available, but this will be communicated when finalized in the fall.
  • Services will be free for EUSD students.  No member of the community will be turned away for lack of ability to pay.

SAFETY and SECURITY

  • A complete security plan is being developed by a team that is made up of teachers, City staff and EUSD administrators.
  • The security plan includes a key card system for entry.
  • All community members coming to the SHBC will go through reception on the first floor and a second reception on the top floor.
  • Community members will not be able to enter the school buildings through the SBHC.

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

  • There will be ongoing youth involvement with the SBHC through a new Youth Advisory Board
  • The SBHC Planning Team continues to meet and will provide updates as new info is available
  • For more information on the SBHC or to get involved, contact: Juliette Dunn juliette.dunn@emeryusd.org, or Timothy Zenor-Davis tzenordavis@lifelongmedical.org

WAIT, WHAT’S AN SBHC??

Coming this fall 2016, the ECCL School Based Health Center will offer a variety of high-quality medical, dental and behavioral health services to EUSD students.  The SBHC, operated by Lifelong Medical Care, will be offering the following services to all EUSD students, free of charge:

.       Medical Diagnosis and Treatment

.       Physical Examinations

.       Laboratory Services

.       Vision and Hearing Screenings

.       Dental Services (Exams, Cleanings and Treatment)

.       Reproductive Health Services

.       Nutrition Assessment and Counseling

.       Behavioral Health Services (Individual and Group)

.       Health Education Classes

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