Today: 11/24/17
All Day: Thanksgiving Break



Aug. 8/23/17    
Sep. 9/13/17    
Oct. 10/11/17    
Nov. 11/8/17 11/17/17  
Dec. 12/13/17 12/21/17  
Jan. 1/10/18    
Feb. 2/14/18    
Mar. 3/14/18 3/29/18  
Apr. 4/11/18    
May 5/9/18    
Jun. 6/8/18    

District Announcements


Dear Esparto Family,

On behalf of the EUSD administration and Board of Trustees, I would like to wish all our employees and students a Happy Thanksgiving holiday. I sincerely hope that you spend this important holiday surrounded by loved ones. Many thanks to our teachers, staff, and administrators for inspiring, encouraging, and educating our children.


I am humbled to lead our proud district. See you all on the 27th!

Yours truly,


Diego Ochoa



On November 15th and 16th, EHS will host Student Led Conferences. The responsibility of talking about students’ academic progress is given to students, who lead their families through a portfolio, highlighting classwork, grades, attendance, CTE projects and goals. 


Students in 9th and 10th grade will present their Digital Portfolio to parents from 4:30-7:00 in the EHS gym. Parents should look for information regarding their appointment slot in the mail. Parents of 11th and 12th grade students are invited to contact the office to request a conference, if desired.


The High School Democrats club, in an event organized by Oscar Murillo, met with several influential people in Sacramento. The group of students first lunched with Ivan Carillo and other members of the legislative advocacy team of the Association of California School Administrators. They then were led on a tour of the Capitol building and met with Sacramento City Council member and EHS Alum, Eric Guerra. They also met Woodland City Council Member Xochitl Rodriguez Murillo, Legislative Aide Krystal Moreno, and Jorge Barajas. Students then had an open discussion with the California State Attorney General, Xavier Becerra.


Would you like to know how to create your own web page from scratch? How about editing a web page that you visit online? All of this can be yours if you come to the amazing EMS Web Creation Saturday Academy on November 4th!


Permission Slips were sent home with students on 10/30/17 and are available on the EMS School Website.




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.



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Community Engagement

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Fiscal Responsibility


Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)

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