Rooted in equity, the EAHS Foundation collaborates with our community to provide enriching opportunities that inspire, guide, and empower Elsie Allen students to achieve their goals. Since 2013, the EAHS Foundation has invested over $600,000 in EAHS students, and provided over 400 scholarships to graduating seniors and alumni who wanted to continue their post-secondary and career training education.
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Written by Corrina Hui, Design Crew Project Lead Dear Foundation Champion, Happy Holidays to you. Thank you for your support of our students at Elsie Allen High School (EAHS). As we look toward 2022, we’d like to share details about a current project our students are doing, the important role students are playing, and the skills they are developing. Given…Read More
Written by Danielle Garduño, Class of 1999, Elsie Allen High School Alumni The Pomo artform of basketmaking is an extraordinary process. Over the centuries, the Pomo people of Sonoma County have perfected their style of basketmaking by cultivating, harvesting, preparing, and weaving plant materials into decorative and functional baskets that have been passed on from generation to generation. To perfect this…Read More
Setting up automatic monthly contributions makes a significant difference in planning our future. Knowing our Howlers Club is strong, successful and monthly will allow us to continue making a meaningful impact on our Elsie Allen students, alumni and teachers. Help us continue to eliminate barriers for our youth and build bridges of opportunity that will inspire our youth to move…Read More
Written by Kamala Brown, Teacher at Elsie Allen High School Elsie Allen teachers Maria Aguirre, Kamala Brown and Sara Riddick have all been wanting to bring gardening to Elsie Allen High School for some time. While the students in the Agriculture Program at Elsie Allen do have access to gardening, the school population as a whole does not. There are…Read More
We have exciting news to share with Lobo Nation. Tonight we will be celebrating the graduation ceremony of the Elsie Allen High School Class of 2021. This is arguably the most resilient class in the school’s history — they have overcome multiple fires, floods, smoke bombs, power shutoffs and the global pandemic. The Class of 2021 is unstoppable and has what…Read More
Written by Cristina Larsen, EAHS Foundation Grant Writer It is an honor to nominate the Elsie Allen High School Foundation founder, William “Willie” E. Tamayo for the Heart of Sonoma County Lifetime Achievement Award. Mr. Tamayo is a lifelong supporter of charitable organizations in Sonoma County. A highly active community leader, he has contributed his time and leadership skills serving…Read More
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