Principal's Message

Mac Wolfe
Dear Eagle Families, 
Welcome to the 2024-25 school year! The first days of school are always filled with excitement and anticipation.  
We look forward to welcoming students back this fall, with the first day of the 2024-2025 school year on Wednesday, August 7th. As a reminder the hours for all schools in the Chaffey Joint Union High School District will be 8:30 a.m. - 3:20 p.m. On Friday’s school will be from 9:30 a.m. - 3:20 p.m. Our bell schedule is attached and features a traditional 6-period day, with expanded 0 and 7-period opportunities for students who need additional access to academic courses. 

Please see the attachments for orientations and schedule pickup information.   
 As we move into this new school year, our focus will remain on our vision, “All students at Etiwanda will graduate ready for college and career.”  We will continue to improve student achievement and classroom instruction by offering various academic support programs before and after school. We are committed to incorporating curriculum that is representative of our student body and that reinforces a belief that all experiences are valued at EHS. Additionally, Etiwanda will be offering new courses, broadening our college preparatory program, increasing student interventions (Academic and Health & Wellness) and continuing to guide students towards meeting the graduation and A-G college requirements.  

For many of our students this will be the first time on our campus, which often generates feelings of excitement and nervousness. Our staff will emphasize the importance of building relationships with our students, parents, and communities. These relationships of trust will ensure that our students feel comfortable and safe while at the E.  
We ask every parent and student to utilize Canvas to track student academic progress. We strongly encourage all parents to sign up on Canvas, Parent Square and Aeries as soon as possible. All our communication will be done through Parent Square; thus, it is critical for our parents to sign up on this communication tool.   

This important partnership between student, parent and teacher is essential to every student’s academic success. In addition, please consider joining our parent organizations, EHighCC, ELAC, AAPAC, and become directly involved in supporting all Etiwanda High School stakeholders.  
Eagle Pride!  
R. Mac Wolfe, Ed.D. 
Principal of Etiwanda High School