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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING - May 13 2021
05/03/2021

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

 

When:        Thursday, May 13, 2021 at 6:30 p.m.


What:        Public Comment - Interests for Negotiating Changes to the Collective Bargaining Agreement between ECS Governing Board and California School Employees Association/CSEA Redwood Chapter #88 White Collar & Blue Collar Units


Where:    Eureka City Schools Regular Board Meeting – Public Access via Zoom

 

        (Link to Zoom Meeting on May 13, 2021 Board Agenda)


At a regularly scheduled meeting on May 13, 2021, at 6:30 p.m., the Eureka City Schools Governing Board will hold a public hearing to receive public comment on California School Employees Association/CSEA Redwood Chapter #88 White Collar & Blue Collar Units interests and Eureka City Schools interests for negotiating changes to the Collective Bargaining Agreement between Eureka City Schools Governing Board and California School Employees Association/CSEA Redwood Chapter #88 White Collar & Blue Collar Units. (Note: Public comments must be provided via Zoom, per the instructions below.) 


Contact:     


Tina Traylor, CSEA President

Tel: 707-476-1614

 

Renae Will, Director of Personnel and Public Affairs

Tel: 707-441-3379


 

Instructions on Public Comment – Virtual Zoom Meeting

Joining via Zoom: Join the Zoom Webinar listed at the top of the Agenda. As a Webinar Attendee, you will be able to “raise your hand” during Public Comment and the Webinar Host will then unmute you to allow for Public Comment. 

Joining via a Computer: If you are connected to the Zoom Webinar via a computer, you will see a Raise Hand icon in the lower middle of the screen. Click that icon and it will turn green, indicating you are in the queue to be called on. When called on you will be prompted to unmute your mic and you can then begin your comment.

Joining via Telephone: Dial the phone number listed at the top of the Agenda. When prompted enter the following Webinar ID. When prompted to enter your participant ID simply press #. To Raise Hand via Telephone press *9 and you’ll be entered into the queue. The Webinar Host will speak the last few digits of your phone number, unmute you, and you’ll hear a voice prompt that indicates you’re unmuted and you can then begin your comment.

 

        Posted: 05/03/21

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Register now for Fall 2021!
12/21/2020

Eureka City Schools is now accepting applications for kindergarten and transitional kindergarten registration. During our open enrollment period (January 4th, 2021 – January 22nd, 2021), applications for intradistrict requests for the 2021 – 2022 school year are also available!

Kindergarten Registration – If your child will turn five years of age on or before September 1, 2021, visit a Eureka City Schools elementary school or the District Office to pick-up your registration packet.

Transitional Kindergarten Registration – In addition, if your child will turn five years of age on or between September 2, and December 2, 2021, visit a Eureka City Schools elementary school or the District Office to pick-up your registration packet.

Middle School Registration for Students New to Eureka City Schools – If your child will enter 6th, 7th, or 8th grade from a district other than Eureka City Schools, visit a Eureka City Schools middle school or the District Office to pick-up your registration packet.

Open Enrollment - All students currently enrolled in Eureka City Schools are eligible to apply for transfers to other schools in Eureka City Schools during the open enrollment period. This is the opportunity to request that your child attend a school other than the one he is currently attending. During this open enrollment period all applications for transfer will be considered equally. Open Enrollment forms are available at all school sites as well as the District Office located at 2100 J Street and online at www.eurekacityschools.org.

High School Enrollment - If your student is entering grade 9, 10, 11, or 12 this year, visit Eureka High School to pick-up and/or submit the registration packet for your student.
You may also download a registration packet by visiting our website or clicking here for a packet

https://www.eurekacityschools.org/for_parents/student_registration

For more information about the opportunities available for students call the Student Services Office at 441-3383.


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20-21 Learning Plan Update
07/31/2020
Greetings Parents,

Last night, the Eureka City Schools Board of Trustees met for over three hours to hear public input on, discuss and determine our learning plan for the upcoming school year. After much deliberation, direction has been provided that we will start the school year on August 24th with a Distance Learning Model. The Board will meet on September 15, 2020 to reevaluate returning to face-to-face instruction.

To support this model, we will have all of our students who are struggling report to school for intervention in small, socially distanced groups. In the coming weeks, we will be focusing our efforts and professional development on creating the best possible distance learning experience for students. While the details of this plan are not yet completed, it will include some face-to-face instruction for struggling students, but the core of the plan will be learning from home.

The decision was difficult for the Board as they worked to balance student and staff safety with the learning needs of students. As the plan is solidified, your student’s school will be in contact with additional details.

Stay well and stay safe.

Fred Van Vleck, Ed.D.
Superintendent
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