Euclid High School

Extended break information for EHS students/families

Students in grades 8 through 12 can access their assignments through Schoology, beginning Wednesday, March 25th.
 
Teacher Contact information
Our teachers are available to give guidance and answer questions over the extended closure. Click here to download EHS teachers' contact information and hours of availability.  
 
Student Email Accounts  
To help facilitate more efficient communication between teachers and students, we will be enabling student email accounts for students grades 6-12, beginning Monday April 6, 2020.  Student email accounts will be restricted to only sending/receiving emails to/from other euclidschools.org accounts. All student email activity will be monitored for inappropriate activity.
 
For additional security, also beginning Monday April 6, 2020, student Google Account passwords will be changed to the same password used for accessing the Infinite Campus Portal.  As a reminder, this uses the format first initial, last initial, 10 digit student number (ex. jd0001234560). 
 

Technology Support

If you have technical problems with your district-issued Chromebook (problems charging, etc.), please email [email protected]

Student Schoology Login information:

Follow each step in this order. 

  1. Log in to your Euclid Google Account first. http://www.google.com

Example Login for Donald Duck with a birthday of January 12:

Name: [email protected]

Password: euclid2019


  1. Log in to Schoology using the Euclid Schoology login.  http://euclidschools.schoology.com If you are just going to schoology.com (without the euclidschools in front, you won’t be able to log in.) Once logged in, select “Courses” at the top of your window. 

  2. Here is a link of the Chromebook Homepage filled with additional Euclid links that you may need for your classes. 

Tips:

* All student passwords are euclid2019.

* Students do not have active email accounts. You may see an error that informs you of this. Simply type google.com in your address bar. You can then select the Google Drive applications in the upper right-hand corner(the tic tac toe icon). Students only have access to Google Drive and various applications that sync with their Google account. Google Classroom can be located this way or Google - “Google Classroom” to find it. 

 

 

College Now Greater Cleveland will continue to support the awareness and education about postsecondary opportunities during this crisis, for when the threat of this contagion dissipates, we want to make sure you are ready for your next postsecondary experience.

Your College Now advisor will be reaching out to you through text, email, and phone calls to support you in all things related to college and career exploration and access. Using online services such as Microsoft Teams or Google Classroom/Google Hangouts, your advisor will be able to meet with you in a one-on-one or group advising session, picking right up where you left off in-person. It is critical that your advisor have your most up-to-date contact information, so please make sure to share that with your advisor as soon as possible.

SENIORS: Your College Now advisor will be following up with you on key elements for your college enrollment and selection process. Please be on the look out for a call from your advisor!

College Now will also be hosting public webinars to share information on financial aid, the FAFSA, college enrollment, and other postsecondary planning opportunities. Please stay tuned to College Now’s social media channels (Facebook and Instagram) to participate in these information sessions.

As always, College Now is here to support you during this time. If you have additional questions, please contact your College Now advisor directly, email [email protected] or [email protected]org, or call 216.241.5587.

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Welcome Euclid Panthers and Panther Families!

We are very excited to complete another year of change, growth, and success with your children! At Euclid High School we strive to provide relevant, rigorous instruction in every lesson, to every student, every day.

The mission of Euclid High School is to nurture the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional development of its students, by providing high-quality curriculum and instruction in a positive learning environment. Our mission is to educate and graduate students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to become productive, informed citizens of a diverse society.

The students of Euclid High School are provided with numerous opportunities to be challenged as they learn through rigorous high school courses, including career and technical education courses and college credit courses (CCP). As part of our requirements, students are expected to have four years of English, four years of math, three years of science, and three years of social studies. Students will also choose from a wide variety of elective courses such as engineering, robotics, music, art, foreign language, child development, and personal wellness. We have approximately 2100 students in grades 8-12, and we use a seven-period schedule with every student given the opportunity for intervention and enrichment daily from 2:00-2:15 PM.

I welcome your involvement as we work to provide the best possible education to the students of the Euclid community. I encourage you to contact me with your ideas, suggestions, and concerns.

Sincerely,

Janis M. Svoboda
[email protected] 

Contact Us

24 Hour Attendance Line
216-797-7824
 
Main Number
216-797-7800 
 
Janis Svoboda, Head of Campus
216-797-7801
 
Diane Iosue, Head of Campus Secretary
216-797-7802
 
Kristen Schutte, Assistant Principal - SPED
 
Sue Negolfka, Assistant Principal Secretary
 
Melissa Godina, Assistant Principal - C&I
 
Lenore Strodtbeck, Assistant Principal Secretary
 
John Pinto, 8th/9th Grade Dean of Students
 
Annie Anderson, 8th/9th Grade Secretary
 
Emily Hunt, 10th Grade 
Dean of Students
 
Kacy Hinojosa, 10th Grade Secretary
 
Anne Obradovich, 11th/12th Grade 
Dean of Students
 
Debbie Miezin, 11th/12th Secretary
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