Today: 4/25/17
8:15 AM D/ELAC Meeting



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Dec. 12/7/16 12/14/16 12/16/16
Jan. 1/4/17 1/11/17  
Feb. 2/1/17 2/8/17  
Mar. 3/1/17 3/8/17  
Apr. 4/5/17 4/7/17  
May 5/3/17 5/10/17  
Jun. 6/2/17    

District Announcements


On April 26 & 27 and May 17 & 18, all 11th grade students will be participating in the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments, which are part of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) System. Esparto High School was recognized in 2016 or high achievement in the area of English Language Arts and increased scores in math.  


On April 5,2017 Esparto High School will be hosting all current 8th grade students for the annual Freshman Preview Day. Students will be accompanied to the High School by teachers and staff from Esparto Middle School.  The students will begin their visit by taking a math diagnostic test. Students will also learn about graduation requirements, tour the campus, meet teachers, and select elective courses for their 9th grade year.


Parents are welcome to attend Freshman Preview Day!  The orientation program in the EHS Auditorium at 10:30 a.m.  Please check in at the front office of the high school if you are a parent who plans to attend the event with your student.


Attention Students and Parents:

This is a reminder that new flashing light crosswalks have been installed along Yolo Avenue. We encourage our students to use these new sensor-operated safety features as they make their way to and from school each day. Our school principals will be talking to students about these new flashing light crosswalks. 


The Esparto Unified School District is set to receive a $120,000 grant to help support Career Technical Education programs in the district. The grant aims to increase Career-Technical Education in grades TK-12. The State Board of Education is expected to announce the recipients of the grant at their March meeting. The funding will be utilized to build stronger CTE programs at Esparto Elementary School and Esparto Middle School. Funding will also be used to create more field experiences for students at Esparto High School and Madison Community High School.


The Esparto Unified School District is proud to announce that the Esparto High School Advanced Placement team (led by Mr. Jeff Sammons and Mrs. Alexis Kersting) have been selected to make a presentation at the prestigious AP® Annual Conference. Mr. Sammons and his team submitted a presentation titled, "Creating and growing an AP program in a small rural high school." The district's AP program has been recognized by the College Board for increasing the number of students taking and passing AP exams.


This annual conference is regarded as the top professional development opportunity in advanced secondary education. Attendees include teachers of the more than 30 AP courses offered, counselors, superintendents, and school principals.



To prepare all students to be life-long learners by providing an environment that motivates them to grow to their highest potential and become community-minded, responsible citizens who participate in and contribute to society.



Student Achievement

Recruitment and Retention


Fiscal Responsibility

Community Awareness

Notice to Bidders


Notice is hereby given that the Esparto Unified School District, will accept sealed bids containing the following documents: (1) Bid Form; (2) Bid Bond; (3) Designation of Subcontractors; and (4) Non-collusion AFFIDAVIT at the District Office, 26675 Plainfield Street, Esparto, California on or before 11:00 a.m. (PDT) on Monday, April 17, 2017 for furnishing all labor, materials and services for the following project:


2017-006C Esparto High School Baseball Field


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Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)

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