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Student Handbook

2015-2016 Student Handbook

Click on the link below to view the 2015-2016 Student Handbook which contains information on academic and curricular programs offered at Estanica High School, graduation requirement, N-MUSD polices and procedures, and school involvement.

 

2015-2016 Student Handbook

Behavior Expectations

Estancia High School Behavior Expectations: 

1. Students will be in their seats ready to learn with all required materials when the bell rings.

2. Students will follow directions the first time they are asked.

3. Students will exhibit respect and use academic language on campus.

 

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Today: 2/7/16

Upcoming School Events

1/27/16

The Estancia PTSA is sponsoring a Graduation Week Kick-Off Event for students in Grade 12 at Disney California Adventure Park on Friday, June 17 from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.  The event is for seniors at Estancia High School to celebrate their upcoming graduation in a safe and sober environment.  Seniors may not bring guests to the event.  Tickets for California Adventure will be on sale on Wednesdays at break in the EHS Commons starting on  February 3.  Tickets will be sold through April 22.   Ticket prices begin at $91.  Seniors interested in attending must complete the attached permission form and submit payment to the Estancia PTSA.  If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact Tehnaz Rutledge at rutledge@aol.com or (714) 546-1855. 

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1/26/16

Newport-Mesa Unified School District and Estancia High School offers students and their parents/guardians a substance use prevention program called NAVIG8 free of charge.  The program provides students with necessary and valuable insight to gain access towards their education.  Sessions are also held for parents and guardians where information regarding the signs of substance abuse, current trends, and strategies and resources for support are shared. Students who voluntarily elect to participate in the program which is held over the course of three school days will earn 10 hours of community service.   If your family would like more information about NAVIG8, please contact your student's counselor or Maria Barragan, our School Community Facilitator. 

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1/26/16

Are you interested in serving as a youth ambassador for the city of Costa Mesa?

 

Would you like to develop your leadership and public speaking skills?

 

Are you interested in traveling to Australia over the summer?

 

Would you like to experience attending school in another country?

 

If your response to these questions is "yes", consider applying to be a youth ambassador for Estancia High School's Australia Sister-City Education Exchange Program.  Applicants must be a current Sophomore or Junior, have a minimum 3.0 GPA, be able to make a one-year commitment to the program if selected, participate in fundraising activities, and have the support and involvement of their parents/guardians.  If interested, please complete the attached application and submit your typed application to Ms. Collins on or before Friday, February 12.  If you have any questions about the program, please see Ms. Collins in Room 247 or contact her via email at gcollins@nmusd.us

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