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Welcome EIS Wildcats

Message from the Principal

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Principal’s Thanksgiving Message

Dear Wildcat Family and Community,

The first part of the 2014-15 school year has gone by quickly and it has been an exciting and eventful time. In October, Mrs. Bradshaw and I had a successful educational experience in China. We were invited by the American Educational Federation to share educational techniques in math and science. Check out Dr. Judson's message on the district website to the Etiwanda community about our visit. EIS students and staff celebrated Red Ribbon Week with fun and informative activities to keep our students alcohol and drug free. This month parents had an opportunity to meet with their child's teacher to gain an understanding of their academic achievement and how they can help with their continued success. This past week the four middle schools focused on bully prevention on our campuses. I know everyone has noticed the blue ribbons that surround our school. Our students and staff are taking a stand against bullying and the blue ribbons are an indication of our commitment to ensure EIS is a bully free zone. To help instill compassion for others, we have formed a partnership with Rachel’s Challenge to present, train, and engage students and community in Rachel’s goal to “start a chain reaction” of kindness.

As I reflect on the many things for which I am thankful, I want to take this opportunity to share just a few of them with you: I am thankful for our students who come to school every day ready to learn – you give us all a daily reminder of what is important and why we are here. I am thankful for the teachers, support staff, and administrators who really care about student achievement and have the best interests of our students at heart. I am also thankful our PTSA and Watch DOGs volunteers who enthusiastically contribute so much to our school. And finally, I am thankful for the support of the parents in creating an outstanding partnership for our students.

Enjoy your Thanksgiving Holiday!

Janella Cantú-Myricks


School Motto
Building Excellence and Celebrating Success

Mission Statement

The Etiwanda Intermediate Staff, with the support of the community, is dedicated to a student centered diverse program of academic excellence. The students, staff, and community are working together in a partnership to develop capable, responsible, and productive members of society.

School Motto
Building Excellence and Celebrating Success

Mission Statement
The Etiwanda Intermediate Staff, with the support of the community, is dedicated to a student centered diverse program of academic excellence. The students, staff, and community are working together in a partnership to develop capable, responsible, and productive members of society.

This year EIS is participating in two great programs. Rachel’s Challenge and Safe Routes to School. For more information pertaining to both programs click on links provided.
rachelschallenge.org
healthyrc.info

Assistant Principals

Kimberly Jenkins (Last Names A-L)
kimberly_jenkins@etiwanda.org

Justin Kooyman (Last Names M-Z)
justin_kooyman@etiwanda.org
Mrs. Janella Cantú-Myricks

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Tdap
California regulations require all next year’s seventh grade students to have a pertussis vaccine booster, called a Tdap, before the school year begins. Official proof of a Tdap or DTP immunization, after the age of 7, is required before a student may receive books, class assignments or begin school next year.
 


Community Flyers
In an effort to conserve paper Etiwanda School District is using an electronic flyer instead of sending them home with the students.
 


ESPRI - Parent & Student Access to Grades
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Cyberbullying Parent Handbook
 


How to talk About Bullying
 


Warning Signs of Bullying
 

UPCOMING EVENTS

November 19th 6:00 in the Gym

Please join us for our Rachel's Challenge Kickoff Presentation

Etiwanda Intermediate School 6925 Etiwanda Avenue Etiwanda, Ca 91739 (909) 899-1701
Last Modified: Friday, Nov. 21, 2014