Eighth Grade “Parent & Student Night”

Last Monday night 900+ future LOGGER students and their families from the communities of Eureka, Fortuna, Arcata, Freshwater, Neeland, Ferndale, and McKinleyville were here “shopping” Eureka High School; what a turn-out! Following a brief PowerPoint presentation on quality course offerings including Advanced Placement programs designed by our Guidance technicians Ms. Diane Mann,and Ms. Chérie Zygaczenko, our shoppers moved to the newly renovated LOGGER gymnasium to meet and chat with our exemplary Eureka High School teaching faculty. Thanks for producing this flourishing event to Ms. Tina Traylor- Publicity to feeder schools; Custodians Mr. Joe Kubala & Mr. Matt Thompson-Academic Fair organization in Gym; Mr. Leif Shrecengost- Computer technology support; Eureka High School Academic Counselors MS. Carol Cox, Ms. Jackie Feldstein and Ms. Monica Rivera - Presentations at Zane Middle School; Ms. Carol Pawlick & Ms. Karen Wilson direct mailing of personalized invitations from Dr. Pawlick, Principal.


Eureka High School Class of 2009 Senior Night Production of “Welcome to Pawlickan Bay” is a Huge Hit

Eureka High School Senior Class night is when members of the graduating class put on skits that parody views, depictions and portrayals of teachers and administrators in a humorous and mordant manner. I must say it was one of the “memorable” nights of my career as the student depictions of the Instructional Leadership style of “Warden Pawlick” were hilariously accurate. What a hoot!!!!!! Special Thanks to teachers cum laude for putting in the extra hours for our seniors:
Mr. “Necktie” Staiano, Mr. Olson, Mr. “New Jersey” McLaughlin, Ms. “Bored at Home” Baugh, Mr. Shrecengost and Mr. Middlemiss. Kudos goes to Drew Ross (EHS 2009) in the role of Warden Pawlick. “My door’s always open….”

Soma Vianuku (EHS 2010) who stars at fullback and linebacker for the Eureka High School Loggers is featured this week on the prestigious WeAreSC Website; www.wearesc.com is an ESPN affiliate connected to University of Southern California football. Soma is in the early stages of recruitment and receiving plenty of attention from some impressive suitors already: Oregon, UCLA, Washington, BYU, and Colorado State. As an alumnus of USC – please Mr. Vianuku – anywhere but UCLA. Link: http://www.wearesc.com/news/story.php?article=1879

The Eureka High School Future Farmers of America will be having a Crab Sandwich Fund Raiser; (YUMMO!) This presale event will be held on March 21st. The sandwich can be picked up at the VFW Hall on “H” from 11:00- 1:00 on Saturday. Sandwich order forms are available from Eureka High School FFA students. The cost will be $12.00 for a full sandwich, cup of chowder and a drink and $8.00 for a half sandwich. The crab and chowder is being donated by Café’ Marina! Eureka High School truly appreciates the support of this local business. Our partnerships with the members of
the Greater Eureka Chamber of Commerce are invaluable to the success of Eureka High School. FFA Crab Sandwich order forms are due by Wednesday March 18th.

The Service Learning Merit Scholar Pathway at Eureka High School rewards students that complete a total of 200 hours or more of community service during their high school career. The Service Learning Merit Scholar hours can be accumulated from the result of school activities, through community groups (4-H, Girl/Boy Scouts, etc), or church groups (for example). The culminating event is the Senior Project, For information please contact: Ms. Jennifer Johnson or Mr. Ron Perry, EAST Lab Facilitators: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. phone: 476-1632

Principal for One Hour” trivia contest: The first EHS employee to correctly report the answer of this Friday Morning Briefing’s trivia question (to Mrs. Karen Wilson, Secretary to the Principal) will win “Principal for One Hour!” This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Trivia Question: How did the element strontium--also known by the symbol SR and the atomic number 38--get its name? (No Winner last week!)

“To do is to be.” - Nietzsche “To be is to do.” - Descartes “Scooby dooby do” – Sinatra Copied from the bathroom wall at Ernie’s B & G in Farmingdale, NY – July, 1968