Happy Thanksgiving Break
- Published: Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Happy Thanksgiving Break – We earned it Loggers!!! Be thankful for our many blessings and take some time next week to reflect upon the needs of those less fortunate than we.
Also in the Spirit of Thanksgiving, Upon learning that a fellow student had lost everything in an apartment fire last week – several Eureka High School students led by Justine Trepanier and Ashley Jordan have inspirationally “Loggered Up!” Such a tragedy made the donation of a Thanksgiving gift basket much more relevant. In addition to a Thanksgiving dinner, our students have started to collect the everyday items that this family will need to get back on their feet. Upon learning that a Logger family needs financial help to turn on the water and PG&E, our students established a goal of providing enough funds to turn on the lights and paying a month’s rent. If you care to assist, contact Mr. Ron Perry, Instructor EHS EAST Lab – 707-476-1632
Thanks to Eureka High School teachers Ms. Jill Mohorovich from our Special Education Department and Mr.Raphael Rivera, English Language Development Department for standing in as Assistant Principals last week.
Congratulations to Mr. Philip Middlemiss and the student editors of The Redwood Bark (our Quarterly School News Magazine) for an outstanding first edition. The Redwood Bark has been Eureka High School’s Newspaper since 1919 and is now issued from the MAC Lab student publications class. With a circulation of 1,500 The Redwood Bark is distributes on the Eureka High School Campus and also in our business partner’s store – Eureka Natural Foods. Noteworthy it is that no spelling or grammar error appeared in print; except for a (sic) in a student’s letter. Contact Mr. Drew Ross, student editor in chief, 707 476-1799 www.RedwoodBark.net
Answer to last week’s trivia question: For what trade was Greek philosopher Socrates trained? Answer: Stone Cutter – Taught by his Father - Winner: Mr. Dan Pires, District Transportation Director. I volunteer to sweep out the buses for 1 hour.
Dr. Pawlick’s Necktie of the Week Award goes to: Mr. Raphael Rivera – our first repeat awardee. Mr. Rivera was seen wearing a vintage Harrods imported all wool print – dark green with Paisley, work on the knot. El Guapo!
Interested in volunteering at Eureka High School? Click here: EHS PTSA volunteer form
Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all others. Cicero (106 BC - 43 BC), 'Pro Plancio,' 54 B.C.