Students Score Top Drawer Statewide

Career Technical Education (CTE) is a Eureka High School program of study that involves a multiyear sequence of courses while integrating core academic knowledge with technical and occupational expertise. The purpose of CTE is to provide Eureka High School students with a personalized pathway to postsecondary education and business careers; also to improve career-technical education programs, integrate academic and career-technical instruction, serve special populations, and meet gender equity needs. Eureka High School CTE students exceeded all statewide benchmarks.


Most impressive were the following: Percentage of Eureka High School 12th grade CTE students who entered in postsecondary education, advanced training, military service, or employment six months following graduation: Eureka High School – 98.28% - State 75%. Congratulations to all of our CTE instructors for a job well done. Subject matter area links include: Agriculture Education Health Careers Education Industrial & Technology Education Tech Prep Education and Workforce Development.

The Germans are coming!!!! Eureka High School will host a gruppe of zwölf high school students from Peine, Germany. March 17th will be the first day when our student guests will attend classes with their respective host students. Their visit will extend to April 1st. Ich bin sehr dankbar für Frau Andrea Eitel Bird for organizing this exceptional learning opportunity for students at Eureka High School. Mit Frühstück? Ich habe kein Geld. Wo spricht man Deutsch?

Answer to last week’s trivia question: What were the famous words spoken by Tom Cruise to his on-screen partner (Renée Zellweger) to win back her heart in the film Jerry Maguire? Answer: “You complete me.” Winner: Ms. Susie Jones – Eureka High School Attendance Office

The Winter Season of Sport has concluded. We are now in the Spring Season of Sport – Tennis, Track, Golf, Baseball, and Softball. All co-curricular participation (club excursions, performances, athletics, field trips et al) now functions under the new participation contract. Students suspended for disciplinary reasons or scholastically ineligible must now petition for reinstatement of co-curricular privileges through the Eureka High School Co-Curricular Eligibility Committee. This is a high impact scholastic intervention

The Eureka High School Co-Curricular Eligibility Committee convened their first eligibility review meeting yesterday afternoon. Reports indicate that the first co-curricular meeting went GREAT!!!! A committee of the teaching faculty at Eureka High School, Mr. Zinselmeir – Heath and ROP, Ms. Griffith – Physical Education and Ms. Patricia Guerrero-Frazier – Science reviewed four academic petitions and assigned expectations for reinstatement of co-curricular privileges.; accolades also to Ms. Kathy Dimick, Secretary to the Committee

On March 17, Dr. Pawlick will be a judge at the Future Farmers of America Sectional Speaking Competition at McKinleyville High School. Contests and speakers from Eureka High School include Creed, Kelly Pedrotti and Katie Spellenberg, Prepared Public Speaking, Henry Hoff, Extemporaneous Public Speaking, Nicole Chamberlain, Job Interview, Brooke Chrisler, and our Advanced Parli Pro team, Sara Hylton, Kayla Thurlough, Luke Nickols, Hallyann Glavich, Amanda Blair and Hannah Lovfald. We expect to win it all.

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: What kitchen invention took the top prize at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair?

The strength of the United States is not the gold at Fort Knox or the weapons of mass destruction that we have, but the sum total of the education and the character of our people. Claiborne Pell (1918 - )