2:00 PM 9-12 B. Golf @ Paola- V
4:30 PM - 8:00 PM 9-12 G. Soc @ Louisburg, JV/V
2:00 PM 9-12 B. Golf @ Paola-V
4:30 PM - 8:30 PM 9-12 Bsb @ EHS vs Spring Hill, JV/V DH
4:30 PM - 8:00 PM 9-12 Sb @ EHS vsSpring Hill, JV/V DH
3:00 PM 9-12 B. Golf @ De Soto-JV
3:30 PM - 9:00 PM 9-12 Track @ Anderson County
Dear Eudora High School Parents and Students,
The district is planning to have an in-person Summer School learning environment for three (3) or more weeks this upcoming June. The summer school enrollment will be based on criteria identifying students that need credit recovery or specific skill development in core content courses. Without summer school, it may be necessary to schedule Saturday School enrollment in the fall of 2021 for our students deficient in credits or skills.
At the current time, if a student does not pass five (5) courses, or if they have failed English, Math, and/or Science courses during the 2020-2021 school year, they would be scheduled to participate in the summer program. We are informing you what the criteria might look like to help us motivate and improve course grades before this current semester ends. We know several students are struggling, but some have quit trying or simply are not giving much intellectual effort to school. This summer school program is meant to support our learners, and something necessary to ensure preparedness and content acquisition is occurring with our diploma seeking students.
If parents could make sure their student is participating in current school lessons and helping them stay engaged with the assigned work, we are able to assist them in getting the educational content the student needs. It is difficult for us to make students be accountable through a computer screen, but if parents can check PowerSchool and Google Classroom teacher pages on a weekly basis to monitor progress in each course, we can help support each other. If your student is joining classes each hour and completing the work assigned, they should be passing most, if not all, of their courses. If they are joining classes, staying engaged, and still not passing, please contact the teachers so a plan can be created to help them be more successful. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Thank you for your support,
Ron Abel, EHS Principal
The Mission of Eudora High School is to work with the community to assure all students an education emphasizing skills for learning. All students will learn in an orderly and supportive environment that promotes responsibility and integrity while encouraging the pursuit of lifelong learning.