PIA Turkey Bingo TONIGHT!!
Notice: Eureka Public Schools Facilities Committee Meeting on November 30 at 11:00am in the Lions Den Conference Room.
Thank you to the VFW for coming and showing the middle school students the 13 folds of our American Flag. Students were told the meaning of each fold. Some folds meanings include a symbol of life, honor and remembrance of veterans departing ranks, tribute to our armed forces, a tribute to our country, and pledging allegiance to the flag of the USA.
Thank you Veterans for your time, bravery, and sacrifice for this country. We are forever grateful for what you’ve done to maintain America’s freedom. Eureka Public Schools is proud to recognize each of you at our assembly.
November Board Meeting Notice: November 13 at 6:00pm in the LCHS Media Center (Library)
Results are back from the 2023 School Bond. 1238 YES to 1621 NO. 94% of the voters returned their ballots. Thank you to the School Board, Admin, Staff, and Community Members who worked on this bond request. Serving our Students is our mission and we will continue to do the best we can with what we have.
Save the date If you love art, music, and bake sales.... this is for you! The students would love the community's support. More information as the date approaches. 🥰🎨☃️❄️🎨🖌️
Divisional Volleyball Brackets Updated on this link. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BKoa4vIu1lIP0KFZ2tztZ5-RGzuojiiNSoFLJwEWTHw/edit?fbclid=IwAR3ezLEZITMBkrp-Q0_7weru2ti7kTDiBaPM3oTaX2Vo53jwdBoUFnM7wRU#gid=0
Volleyball Divisional Tournament is in Eureka Wednesday-Friday starting with our Eureka Lady Lions playing at 10am. You can purchase tickets with the link below and your phone will be your ticket. https://gofan.co/event/1199550?schoolId=MT23746
A HUGE THANK YOU to Matt Rumble of Beyond Graphics and Interbel for their donation of Lions gear to the Elementary School! We can't wait to give them to some lucky students!
Now that people are receiving their ballots in the mail, there may be some confusion on the amount your taxes will increase between the ballot and the bond calculator on the school website. The calculator on the school website illustrates how much your taxes would INCREASE if this bond passes. The amount shown on your ballot is the TOTAL tax amount. For example, if your house had an assessed value of $300,000 you were already paying $230.67 per year. The school bond calculator shows that you would see an increase of $139.38 per year. The ballot shows the full amount of $370.05 per year which adds the old amount plus the increase from this bond. The high school bond has been paid off as of July 1st. I hope this clears up any confusion. Please call me at school if you have questions or concerns, Joel Graves Superintendent Eureka Public Schools
West Kootenai bus is running about 10 min behind this morning.
Thank you for those businesses that attended our 1st Annual Eureka Job Outlook Fair. 11th & 12th graded students visited with potential employers and learned about about job skills, demands, requirements, and open and upcoming job positions. Students were educated on just what some of our local businesses do and how they impact our community. Also, they learned what a business desires in an employee. We are planning on doing this in the Spring and hope we can get even more of our local businesses to attend. Be looking for information this May!
Eureka Public Schools is accepting applications for an Elementary Para Professional. This is a full time position. Come join our team and make an impact on our young students. District Applications and job descriptions are available on the district website www.lchigh.net or at the Central Office, LCHS 340 Ninth Street, Eureka, MT 59917, 406-297-5650 or by email. Please contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Eureka Public School District #13 is an E.O.E.
2023 School Bond ballots are being mailed out to registered voters in the Eureka Elementary School District on October 18. Ballots will need to be received back by Election Day November 7. Ballots can be mailed back to the county, dropped off at the sheriff's office, or dropped off on election day at the Eureka polling location, the High Roads Youth Center. Bond information is available at www.lchigh.net. On the site you will find a calculator to find your increased tax impact on your property. If you need help, please feel free to contact Superintendent Joel Graves, email@example.com, or 406.297.5650
Sunburst Arts is proud to bring the Missoula Children's Theater to Eureka this year Nov 13-18. Auditions will be Nov 13 at 3:45. Approximately 50-60 kids will appear in the show. Spots available for stage managers as well. For more information, please read the graphic on this post. We are excited to see all the students perform!
Local Employers, you are invited to join our Eureka Job Outlook for 11-12th grade LCHS Students on October 18 from 11-12pm. Share with our students possible job openings, hiring processes, training opportunities, and employment qualifications of our job market. This is a great time for students to learn about You and learn job qualities you desire! This will be a casual setting with tables set up around the foyer. Come visit with our students about job demand, job readiness, and job skills. Please contact Cari Lucey, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Joel Graves, email@example.com, if you want to get a table set up and visit with our students. Thank you.
The school bond vote is coming up soon. Ballots are being mailed from the county elections office on October 18 to those registered voters of the Eureka Elementary School District. Please take the time to get yourself informed on the needs of the school district and your tax impact. Visit www.lchigh.net for more information. You can also call or email Superintendent Joel Graves at 406.297.5650 or firstname.lastname@example.org. He will take time to answer all your questions. There is also an informational meeting on October 17 in the LCHS Auditorium at 6:00pm This will start after the Eureka Town Council Candidate Forum. Thank you
The Elementary School is hosting some of our First Responders (Fire, Ambulance, and Search & Rescue)TODAY for lunch and presentations. DO NOT be alarmed as they will be running sirens and lights throughout the day as they give demonstrations to students.
On October 20 the Northwest Drug Task force and Lincoln County Sheriff's office will have a presentation about Fentanyl. Please read flyer for information and plan to attend.