Important Parent SurveyTop of Page
Monthly Parent Meeting: Wednesday, Sept 8 (6-7pm) or Friday, Sept. 10 (9-10am)Top of Page
In-Person Bell Schedules 2021-22Top of Page
(Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday)
|Period 1||7:27am - 8:24am||Period 1||7:39am - 8:24am|
|Period 2||8:30am - 9:27am||Period 2||8:30am - 9:15am|
|Period 3||9:33am - 10:30am||Period 3||9:21am - 10:06am|
|Brunch||10:30am - 10:45am||Brunch||10:06am - 10:21am|
|Period 4||10:51am - 11:48am||Period 4||10:27am - 11:12am|
|Period 5||11:54am - 12:51pm||Period 5||11:18am - 12:03pm|
|Lunch||12:51pm - 1:21pm||Lunch||12:03pm - 12:33pm|
|Period 6||1:27pm - 2:24pm||Period 6||12:39pm - 1:24pm|
|Period 7||2:30pm - 3:27pm||Period 7||1:30pm - 2:15pm|
|Staff Meeting||2:30pm - 3:30pm|
Click here for all bell schedules used for the entire school year.
Office Hours (Wednesday, Sept. 8th)Top of Page
Need help in a class? Wondering what you can do to raise your grade? Have questions about an assignment? Come see your teacher(s) Wednesday, September 8th during Office Hours (2:22pm - 3:30pm) and they can assist you.
Be sure to take advantage and go see your teachers! Remember, the end of Marking Period 1 is September 17th.
New Office LocationsTop of Page
Attendance/Student Service office and Registar/Guidance office have moved to the C-building.
- School Counselors in room C-104
- Registration/Guidance in room C-105
- Attendance/Student Services in room C-106
- Advisors/Social Worker in room C-107
- Associate Principal of Education in room C-109
- Associate Principal of Administrative in room C-113
- Principal's Office in room C-117
Say Something: See it. Report it.Top of Page
The Say Something Anonymous Reporting System allows you to submit secure and anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene upon at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others.
Click on the images below to learn more.
Equitable East Side Communities Top of Page
As a district we are committed to building capacity amongst all staff members to ensure that equity and inclusion are essential principles of our school system.
Specifically, we will build capacity to attain equitable ESUHSD communities where:
- ALL students are welcomed as they are
- strengths and areas of growth for all students are known and supported
- adults positively respond to the social-emotional, wellness, and academic needs of every student
- ALL students engage with tasks that develop the strategic thinking skills for full participation in their local communities and the global society.
Care Solace Mental Health SupportTop of Page
East Side Union will be launching a new mental health and substance use treatment resource called Care Solace. Care Solace provides a concierge service that supports students, families and staff navigate the mental health and behavioral health system to access mental health services and substance use treatment outside of school when needed.
Please contact Ms. Cooley-Cruz with any questions.
Mental Health ResourcesTop of Page
These are unpredictable times. For many, this Pandemic and all of the unknown coupled with the upset to our daily routine can cause fear and anxiety. It is especially important that we practice self-care and focus on the present moment so as not to be overwhelmed with worry. As school is closed for the next several weeks we want to make sure everyone has the supports they need to take care of themselves and their mental health. Below you will find some resources and important tips to take care of yourself during this time.
Things you can do to support yourself:
- Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories, including social media. Hearing about the pandemic repeatedly can be upsetting.
- Take care of your body.
- Take deep breaths, stretch, or meditate.
- Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals, exercise regularly, get plenty of sleep, and avoid alcohol and drugs.
- Get outside for a walk and fresh air.
- Make time to unwind.
- Do something productive, like organizing your closet or trying out a new recipe.
- Connect with others.
- Talk with people you trust about your concerns and how you are feeling.
Resources for Crisis:
741-741 Text Line (see attached information)
Uplift Mobile Crisis provides 24-hour intervention to children and teens in the community who are in acute psychological crisis. Included is a 5150 (danger to self or others) assessment along with safety planning and referrals to community-based mental health services. Uplift's number is 408-379-9085.
The Bill Wilson Center’s Youth Crisis Line is open and can be reached at 408-850-6125.
For Parents: Bill Wilson Center’s SOS Crisis Hotline is a specialized line where they answer calls 24/7 from parents for children and youth who are experiencing an immediate behavioral or mental health escalation or crisis.
SOS CRISIS HOTLINE 408 278-2585.
2-1-1 is a free, easy-to-remember phone number that connects callers with health and human services in their community. 2-1-1 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and in over 150 languages. All calls are confidential.
We will get through this and come out on the other side. Please take good care of yourself and others.
2021-2022 Lunch FormsTop of Page
Support AHHS AthleticsTop of Page
Get ready for Prime Day! Sign up for AmazonSmile and select East Side Union High School District as your preferred charity to support Andrew Hill Athletics at smile.amazon.com/ch/95-2864814. Remember to shop for deals at smile.amazon.com, or with AmazonSmile ON in the Amazon app, and AmazonSmile will donate to us at no cost to you.
Ordering TranscriptsTop of Page
School Bank Appointments Top of Page
Students who need to pay any fees can make an appointment here. Students just needs to provide their first name, last name, and student ID number. The dates and times are located on the form and will be eliminated to make sure that 2 people will not be scheduled at the same time. See sign up form below.
Falcon StoreTop of Page