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Community Service

Each of our students is required to complete a community service project as part of his/her social and academic education.  Students must write a description of the project or service and the timeline in which they will complete the service. Community Service Project hours should range 6 to 8 hours in length each school year. 


Community Service Form

Esparto PTO FB

Check out the Esparto PTO Facebook page for current events and ways to become involved!



Saturday Class

Each month students have an enrichment opportunity through the EMS Saturday Academy. Classes are designed to extend learning in a fun an interactive way through lab experiments, art, technology, and more.


March 4, 2017 -

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General Illness Guidelines


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678 Art Street Activities

The community art program has some great events coming up!  


Puppet Show at the Library on Valentine's Day.  


Painting Murals for the Elementary School


The next art show will be on Sunday, February 26th during the Almond Festival.  They will have the studio open from 10:00 to 2:00 for the art show and sales. Students can come create works with them or if they have work they have created at home they can bring it in Monday, February 20th through Wednesday, February 22, from 2:45-5:00pm. 


Please see the flyer for more information or contact Trish at 530-415-4567. 






Sacramento History Museum


On January 18, eighth graders went on a field trip to Old Sacramento. The students went on two different tours: A tour inside of the Sacramento History Museum and the Underground Tour. Through both tours, students were able to learn about the rich history of Sacramento. Students got the opportunity to go underground and take a look at the streets that were raised in the 1860s to protect the city from flooding. The artifacts from the past were presented to the students so that they got to further their understanding of primary sources. It definitely was a fun, educational experience that everyone enjoyed!

EMS 8th Graders Visit UC Davis

Many of Esparto Middle School's 8th Grade students recently visited the UC Davis campus on a field trip to learn more about what what school has to offer and the pathway to college. EMS is partnered with the Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP) to help our students achieve their college goals. Throughout the year students attend six sessions that introduce them to a variety of post high school educational options, help them plan, and budget, and plan their EHS courses to ensure college admission.  It is a great partnership that is opening up a work of opportunities for our rural students. 

Today: 2/19/17

Class Webpages

Alvarez, Dan
Byrd, Fallon
Cabutage, Magdalena
Cristian, Janice
Gracia, David
Krautkraemer, Spencer
Math Teacher
Kullar, Amanjot
Pokswinski, Nicholas
Pokswinski, Stephanie
Rogers, Ms.
California Teaching Credential, B.A. Physical Education, Supplementary Authori
Senkbeil, Cathy
Education Specialist
Simons, Erin
Spiva, Nicole

EMS Activity & Athletics Yearly Calendar


Important Dates

Future Events for February:

2/6-2/10 PTO Candygram Orders

2/6-2/24 Pennies for Patients ASB

2/6 EAOP High School Class Selection

2/7 8th Grade Basketball (CA Jacobs)

2/7 AS Tutoring w/Spiva

2/8 District Mini day

2/9 EAOP Make-Up Session

2/9 AS Tutoring w/Spiva and w/Simons

2/9 8th Grade Basketball at Douglass

2/10 PTO Sock Hop at EES

2/13 No School Lincoln’s Birthday

2/14 Candygram Deliveries

2/14 AS Tutoring w/Spiva

2/15 7/8 Grade Bully Prevention

2/16 AS Tutoring w/Spiva and w/Simons

2/17 Host Training at Mondavi Center

2/18 Manas CTE Field Trip w/Simons

2/20 No School – President’s Day

2/21 PTO Meeting

2/21 AS Tutoring w/Spiva

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