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In Memory of Pattie Stiltner

Pattie Stiltner dedicated herself to the South San Francisco Unified School District for 30 years. As an alumnus of El Camino High School (Class of 1969) she always loved to show her Colt Pride at school.  She started working in SSFUSD as noon duty aide from 1988 to 1993. In 1997 she worked as campus security at Alta Loma Middle School and then took on a position as Library Media Tech at El Camino High in 2000. In addition to those positions, she served as the Cheer Spirit Advisor for several years while her daughters attended El Camino. She attended almost every Board meeting and was a champion axe thrower and rifle shooter. At work, she worked hard to make sure that each program and student had the textbook resources they needed. Many related, when reflecting on Pattie, that she was always willing to “give it to you straight.” Her dedication to the students and staff is what we will miss most about her. We honor her memory and we will never forget all that she gave to our school and to the South San Francisco community.

Student of the Year


Monique Ray was awarded "Student of the Year" for District 5 of San Mateo County. She was nominated by District Supervisor and previous Daly City Mayor, David Canepa. This was in recognition for her work as a committee chair in the San Mateo County Youth Commission and volunteer work with her nonprofit for foster children and youth, Foster Love, and other local and national organizations. 

Genentech Scholarship Winners



Congratulations to the 2018 Genentech Futurelab Scholarship recipients!

From left to right: Jacob Shamieh, Katrina Navarro, Zena-Marie Gonzalez, Younis Yousef, and Jennifer Tan.

National History Day

Congratulations to our San Mateo County National History Day Finalists from ECHS!

They will go on to the State competition May 4-6th in Sacramento:

 

Historical Paper Category:

Ainsley Rosenthal "A Case Study In Environmental Justice"

Mariah Padilla "Anti-Semitism in the United States: the Lynching of Leo Frank and the Perpetuation of Bigotry"

 

Individual Exhibit Category:

Mariann Lactaoen "Remember the Ladies!"

Congratulations!

Congratulations to ECHS Social Science teacher Nicole Wallace for being selected as the Region 4 Educator of the Year by the California League of High Schools.  Additional congratulations to Social Science teacher David Yanover who was also nominated for the award.

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Information Regarding Enterovirus

Every year, millions of children in the United States catch enteroviruses that can cause coughing, sneezing, and fever. This year, the enterovirus that is most commonly causing respiratory illness in children across the country is enterovirus-D68 (EV-D68). Click here to learn more about EV-D68
so that you can help keep yourself and your family from getting and spreading the virus.

Tdap Vaccine Required

 

NEW LAW:

Tdap vaccine required to attend school for 7th through 12th grade students. 

Attention Parents and Community: School Site Council and ELAC Committee Nominations

Anyone interested in nominating one parent or nominating themselves to serve on the School Site Council or ELAC committee?  Please contact the main office at 877-8806 ext 6000