Brook Hill’s Meislahn is student of the month

Maya Meislahn is Santa Rosa City Schools elementary school student of the month for April. Meislahn, a sixth graders at Brook Hill Elementary School, has maintained a perfect 4.0 grade point average and has been a fixture on the princpal’s honor roll for three years. A Girl Scout, Bobcat Rap [...]

By | April 10th, 2013|0 Comments

Which school has the best attendance rate? The worst? (And why it matters)

Santa Rosa City Schools has released its annual attendance rates for 2011-12, tallied by school. Here is are the average rates of absenteeism (ranked highest to lowest) on each campus: ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Brook Hill, 5 percent Steele Lane, 4.94 percent Doyle Park, 4.71 percent Monroe, 4.57 percent Lincoln, 4.24 percent [...]

By | November 14th, 2012|3 Comments

Karla Mendoza is student of the month

Karla Mendoza of Brook Hill Elementary School is Santa Rosa City Schools Elementary Schools’ student of the month for April. Mendoza has been a Brook Hill Bobcat since the first grade and is lauded by staff and teachers there as a critical thinker, natural leader and hard worker. Mendoza has [...]

By | April 25th, 2012|0 Comments

Eme Sherwood is student of the month

Emerald “Eme” Sherwood is Santa Rosa City Schools elementary school student of the month for May. Sherwood is student government secretary and a reporter for the school newspaper The Bobcat Rap where she specializes in profiles and personal interviews. A mainstay on the Principal’s Honor Roll list, Sherwood consistently receives [...]

By | May 11th, 2011|0 Comments

Phone ringing for Schools of Hope

Thirty-seven calls offering to help. Check that, not offering, committing to help. Not bad. In Wednesday’s Press Democrat there appeared a story I wrote about the Schools of Hope program in which the United Way and Volunteer Center of Sonoma County are teaming up to provide more than 250 tutors [...]

By | October 9th, 2010|0 Comments