Thursday, April 17, 2014

Registration for Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten has begun in the Eureka Union School District.  If you have an incoming Transitional Kindergarten or Kindergarten student for the 2014 - 2015 school year, you may pick up a registration packet at any of the TK - 3 schools:

  • Greenhills School  8200 Greenhills Way, Granite Bay           916-791-4230
  • Maidu School        1950 Johnson Ranch Road, Roseville       916-789-7910
  • Oakhills School      9233 Twin Schools Road, Granite Bay     916-791-5391

Included in the registration packet are the times of school tours and the Parent Welcome and Information Night.  We are looking forward to your child's first step into school.  


The EUSD vision can be seen in action each day at Excelsior, where we strive to provide all of our students with a dynamic education that focuses on important 21st century skills such as critical thinking, collaboration, and character development.  As part of our district’s Challenge 21 initiative, the Excelsior staff provides students with meaningful, authentic opportunities to apply these important skills across content areas each day. 

We are also proud to continue offering a wide range of enrichment opportunities for our students - including band, choir, music, and foreign language classes - through the generous support of the Eureka Schools Foundation.  

We are excited about our transition to the California Common Core Standards and have set school-wide goals this year in both Mathematics and English/Language Arts in alignment with these new standards.  We view each new school day as an opportunity to challenge our students as we prepare them for the future.

The high degree of success demonstrated by our students is the result of a collaborative focus on rigorous standards, and strong relationships among students, families, and school staff. We continue to welcome many new families to our school and our students enjoy the benefits of a tremendously supportive school community.  As you know, there are multiple opportunities for families to be involved in the educational process. Your support is critical to the success of our learners, and we continue to welcome your active participation.  Please look for information about our Parent Teacher Club, School Site Council, the Eureka Schools Foundation, and other ways of supporting your students and our school during the upcoming year.

By working together, we can ensure that this will be an exceptional year for the students at Excelsior!

Heidi Williams, Ed.D.


The Eureka Union School District is excited to offer lunches from Revolution Foods this year. You may set up and maintain your child's school meal account at

Please note that you no longer have to pre-order school lunches. 

Please note that menu items are subject to change.  If you have questions regarding the Nutrition Services Program, please contact Janice Cartagena at the EUSD Office.


We are excited about the transition to the new California Common Core standards and will continue with our school-wide goal this year, with a focus on the standards for mathematical practice related to problem solving. Click the link below to learn more about Excelsior School's school-wide Problem Solving Challenge.  

EUSD Transition to Common Core State Standards

As you may know, the State of California has joined 45 other states and the District of Columbia in approving national K-12 academic standards for math and language arts called Common Core State Standards (CCSS).  The new standards are designed to prepare every student for success in college and their careers. Our district is well on our way with our transition to the CCSS.  To learn more about the CCSS and what you can expect for your child in the future, click here.


To view the latest edition of the Eagle Chronicle Student Newspaper, click here.