Inspiring academic Excellence, Creativity, and the confidence to Succeed
- Created on Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Eureka City Schools is pleased to announce they have been chosen to receive a School Climate Transformation Grant of more than $3.5 million from the United States Department of Education. The five-year allocation is one of several federal grant programs designed to enhance systems of support to address the full range of students’ social, emotional and behavioral needs.
The goals of the program are to improve the district’s ability to connect students and families to the services and support they may need, to create conditions that lead to better learning and behavior, and to increase awareness of mental-health issues among school-aged youth and improve the ability to respond to them.
- Created on Tuesday, 18 November 2014
On November 6, 2014, at the Association of California School Administrator’s (ACSA) Leadership Summit held in San Diego, CA, Zane Middle School 8th grade student Louie Lingard was recognized as receiving ACSA Region 1’s “Every Student Succeeding” award. Region 1 includes Humboldt, Del Norte, Shasta, Trinity, Tehama, Modoc, Lassen, and Siskiyou counties.
- Created on Friday, 07 November 2014
As of the final Election Night Report, the unofficial count showed a total of 10,955 votes cast on Measure S. Of that amount, 6,112, or 55.79%, were YES votes in support of the Measure. NO votes totaled 4,843, or 44.21%. A supermajority of 55% is required, so at this point Measure S has the necessary votes to pass.
However, the Humboldt County Elections Office indicates there are yet a significant number of provisional, absentee, and vote by mail ballots to be counted. The county has up to 29 days to certify the election, so it may still be some time before the final outcome of Measure S is determined.
Thank you to staff, families, and community members for your support of Measure S. We will continue to provide updates on the Measure’s status as more information becomes available.