Welcome to the Student Supports page of the Eureka Union School District website. In this page you will find links to other areas of our site that will help you locate the proper areas of support that you or your student may need.
Our special education programs support the student by providing specially designed instruction and related services to students with disabilities so that they can develop university and career readiness skills and achieve the same overall foundation for success as students in general education. Our mission is to provide students with special needs a foundation that is rich with opportunities to learn the necessary skills to pursue further education, or to obtain employment, and prepare them for a successful adult life. Learn More
The Eureka Union School District Administrators and Staff want every student to leave the district with the skills necessary to be ready to succeed in high school, college, and beyond. Instilling the values and teaching the skills to students to prepare them for college and career readiness: academically, socially, and emotionally. EUSD values all components of their students, and knows that when a student has social and emotional difficulties occurring in their lives, that they are unable to access learning. Every school in the district has regular and on-going access to the Counseling Department, with the goal being to: increase academic success, increase attendance, and decrease disruptive behavior. Learn More
Response to intervention and instruction (RtI²) is a comprehensive multi-tier approach to ensuring student academic and behavioral success. RtI² is based on strategies that provide high quality instruction and tiers of interventions using frequent monitoring of student progress and their response to provided interventions. The goal is to monitor each child, and help those that need it before they get too far behind. Learn More
The Eureka Union School District is committed to a challenging and appropriate educational experience for all students. In the Eureka Union School District, students identified as the Gifted and Talented are those who are exceptional due to their greater than average intellectual ability. We believe that the innate abilities of gifted students must be developed and nurtured through participation in exciting and challenging instruction. They require modified, differentiated curriculum in order to ensure their growth and success. Learn more
This team of teacher specialists conduct screening assessments for all students at the beginning of the year, and at the end of each trimester. The testing is administered by the reading specialists, special education teachers and psychologists and then the data is given to the teachers to inform instruction and determine which students need intervention support and/or enrichment. Once students are identified as needing additional support, then more assessment can be done to determine how to target that intervention. This team and the assessments the complete ensure that all students are on track with where they need to be.
Stay informed with health information with the EUSD Health Services department. They are on all school campuses to care for ill children or those that need special care. They also keep parents up to date on needed immunizations, epidemics and other health related issues that arise in the district or surrounding areas. Learn more.