Granite Bay and Roseville are two Placer County communities that go above and beyond the call of duty when it comes to education. Simply take a look at the work of the Eureka Schools Foundation (ESF) to find evidence of that dedication. For 21 years now the Eureka Schools Foundation, a non-profit foundation funded by donations from local businesses and private individuals, has been helping to enrich the lives of students and teachers in the Eureka Union School District (EUSD) by providing for additional programs not funded by the State’s budget.
Each year the Eureka Schools Foundation raises hundreds of thousands of dollars for EUSD through a number of community-based fundraising events. These events include an online and live auction, a student art
49 Placer County public schools were included in the California Business for Education Excellence (CBEE) 2012 Honor Roll list. This program awards schools showing a dedication to more than just their overall academic achievement. The CBEE wants to honor the schools that are "getting it right for all students," says Greg Jones, CBEE Chairman. The award has its eye on the variance between a school's highest achievers and its lowest. The smaller that gap is, the better the school is at helping all of its students succeed.
What's the Goal of the CBEE and the Honor Roll distinction?
Beyond just recognizing the schools that are reaching the greatest number of their students the CBEE wants to use these schools as role models for schools that didn't make the