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You Can Graduate!
You Can Graduate!
Graduating from high school is a substantial milestone. If you have problems getting through the tough spots, all of the staff is ready to help you succeed and make graduation happen!
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National Alliance of Mental Illness
The Eagle Point High School in cooperation with Rogue Community Health, the Eagle Point Police Department and other local mental health agencies present the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) on Tuesday, April 16, 2019, at 6 pm in the Eagle Point High School Gym. Through this presentation, participants learn symptoms and indicators of mental illness and are given ideas about how to help themselves, friends, or family members who may be in need of support.
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SkillsUSA 2019
This year twenty-five students from Eagle Point High School competed at the SkillsUSA Oregon State Conference in Clackamas. They each competed in various career, technical, and leadership contests that they have been preparing for throughout the year. Liam Gruszczenski and Levi Strong were awarded the Gold medal for Urban Search and Rescue Robotics. As a team, they have qualified for the SkillsUSA National Conference. Our silver medalists include Alyssa Swanson in T-Shirt design, Corbin Maple in Power Equipment Technology, Eliza Ortuno in Restaurant service, Cody Silani in Firefighting, Zachery Gorman in related technical math, and Olivia Tucker in photography. Bronze medals were awarded to Seth McCoy in Pin Design and Reis Powell in Power Equipment Technology. The following students competed in their respective competitions: Ryan Vargas and Teyo Ramos, Automotive Service Repair Skyler Hart, Job interview, Criminal Justice Dexter Jones, General Welding Wiatt Morehead, Logan Smith, and Jeremy Grow, Power Tech Lacy Ray and Emma Harvison, Photography Ariana Taylor, First Aid, job interview Eliza Ortuno, job interview Owen Pyle, Career Technical Math and Robotic Tech. Support. Greysen Pakonin, Novice CAD. Camden Gorman, Career Technical Math Over the last 15 years the EPHS Skills USA Chapter has won well over one hundred top three Medalist at the Oregon State SkillsUSA Career and Leadership Conference, and more than twenty top ten placings at the SkillsUSA National Competition.
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Bullying Prevention Videos
The Student Services Department has put together two videos for parents and students to increase the awareness of bullying and how it can be addressed and prevented.
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Never Miss a School Bus Again
Never miss a school bus again with the new secure bus tracking app
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Student Story Videos
Two new videos have been created that showcase the relationships between staff and students, as well as the needs of students, teachers and parents and guardians. The new page with the videos can be found here.
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New Job Postings
New job postings are available! Have a look at what is available and apply now.
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Health Fair 2018
Health Fair 2018
The 2018 Health Fair is underway!
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Online Registration
Online Registration is now available for the 2019-2020 school year.
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Eagle Camp for Incoming Freshman
Attention Incoming Freshman! Sign up for Eagle Camp 2018.
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Text Messaging Service
School Messenger - Text Messaging Service
Parents and Guardians - You can take advantage of our Text Messaging Service Padres y Tutores - Ustedes pueden aprovechar nuestro Servicio de Mensajes de Texto Jackson County Schools District 9 utilizes the SchoolMessenger system to deliver text messages, straight to your mobile phone with information about events, school closings, safety alerts and more. You can participate in this free service (Standard message and data rates may apply) by sending a text
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