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OAP Community Performance
to be Held April 19th

The Eula Pirate Players will be performing their One-Act Play, Insanity of Mary Girard, on Saturday, April 19th at 7:30 p.m. in the Elementary Auditorium. This is a dark tale of Mary Girard, a woman committed to an asylum. After Mary became pregnant by another man, her husband had her declared lagally insane. Now, Mary sits in a chair as the "furies" dance around and impersonate people from her past. By the end of this haunting and highly theatrical piece, she has grown rather convincingly into her diagnosis.

Come support the Pirates. Admission is free, but donations are accepted!

 

School will be Held on April 18th
for One-Half Day

Friday, April 18th will be a bad weather Make-Up day.   It  will also be an "early release" day for students.  Students will report to school at 8:00 a.m., as usual, and be released at 12:00 noon. Buses will run at 12:00 noon. Teachers will have staff development that afternoon.


Eula Project Graduation 2014
is Selling Pirate T-shirts

Eula Project Graudation is selling this awesome pirate t-shirt. If you would like to add to your spirit wardrobe and help out the Seniors then please send in your order form and your money by 4/16 to your campus office.  Thank you for your support!!


 Wacky Wednesday 2013-14

Help raise school spirit by joining the Wacky Wednesday craze! Students and faculty are encouraged to dress up each Wednesday to a different theme to help promote school spirit. Remember--dress code always applies!

Yearbooks Orders are Now Being Accepted

The Yearbook staff is now accepting orders for the 2013-14 edition of the Eula Treasure Chest. Also, if you didn't order a 2012-13 yearbook there will be a limited number available for purchase ($50) at the High School. Contact Mickey Faircloth at 325-529-3605 or fairclothm@eulaisd.net to purchase either yearbook.


Any school delays or closings will be reported by the following methods:

We also use School Connect to notify parents, students, and patrons about any weather related announcements. If you have not had a chance to download the free app from the app store, do it today! You will receive instant push messages on what is happening in our district. See www.schoolconnectservices.com/EISD for more information.



Check Out the Eula ISD Mobile and Web App

Eula ISD and School Connect Communications have teamed up to bring a FREE mobile and web app that will help keep our  entire school community connected to the district's information  on ANY device with access to the Internet.

The School Connect apps enables users to keep track of important district and campus information and receive notices from the district, faculty, coaches and staff--all in real-time via push notifications and email messages. It will provide users with access to information like school activities, grade books, notices from teachers, athletic schedule and scores, lunch menus and school calendars  when and where you choose to view.

Features of our district's mobile app include:

This communication service is brought to our district at no cost. It is financially supported by school-friendly and approved sponsors.

The Eula ISD School Connect app is now available for FREE download and use for Apple and Android users, Blackberry, Windows Phone, Kindle Fire, home computers and any other device with access to the internet! Scan the QR code at the right or click here to download from the App store.




2012 Best High SchoolsEula High School Named to 2012 Best High Schools List

According to the May 8, 2012 publication of the U.S. News & World Report magazine, Eula High School has been recognized as one of the 2012 Best High Schools in its annual ranking of public high schools throughout the United States. The magazine honored Eula High School as a Bronze Medal School among the nearly 22,000 public schools analyzed.

U.S. News & World Report partnered with the Washington, D.C.-based American Institutes for Research (AIR), which implemented a comprehensive methodology for ranking the Best High Schools based on data primarily from the 2009-2010 school year. The national rankings formula is built on a three-step process. First the formula identifies schools that were performing better than statistically expected for the average student in the state’s math and reading proficiency tests. The second step determines whether a school is performing better than the state average among disadvantaged groups, and the final step determines the school’s college-readiness performance.

“A great high school must serve all of its students well, not just those who are college-bound,” according to the magazine’s publishers. Bronze medal schools pass the first two steps in the methodology and either does not offer any AP or IB courses or its college readiness index is less than the 16.3 index needed to be ranked silver.

This is the U.S. News’ fourth edition of the Best High Schools rankings and Eula’s second Bronze badge. Other Region 14 schools in the 2012 Best High Schools list include Anson, Cisco, Cross Plains, Haskell, Highland, Roby, Stamford, and Wylie.

To see the complete listing, and rankings by state, go to www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools..