School News

Important Updates

COHS Library End of Year 2022 

*All library fines are uploaded in Trax and updated daily. Senior library fines are updated immediately in Trax.

Library books

May 6--Last day for library book checkouts 

May 10 -All library books due (no checkouts for the rest of the year)

May 10-Last day library open at lunch (still open before and after school)

May 11-Last day to accept checks (cash only from this point on) 



May 6-Last day for novel checkouts (classes)

May-Schedule class drop off times for novels when finished (English teachers)



May 16-20-Senior textbook, calculator, novels check ins by class inside library 7:30-3:30. Teacher sign up sheet will be sent out soon.

May 16-19 Senior Chromebook check ins at the library textbook windows 7:30-3:00(not inside the library). Maria Zaragoza and IT are in charge of the Chromebooks.

May-AP materials can be checked in any time by students


Textbook Check Ins (Grades 9, 10, 11)

May-AP materials can be checked in any time by students

May 19-26 textbook check ins by class (teacher choice on days and times–sign up sheet will be sent out soon)

May 25-26-finals schedule (shortened days)

May 26-last day of school

May 27-library closed (all library staff out)


AP Materials

AP materials may be turned in at any time by students 

May 31-June 1-AP textbook check out for 2022-23 at library textbook windows 8am-12pm.


Staff materials

May 1-26-staff can turn in or renew library materials for 2022-23 (staff leaving need to turn in all materials).  More information to follow soon.


COVID Clinic (at the CO stadium ticket booth). Our school will continue to refer families and staff to COVID Clinics for symptomatic testing, as they are doing now.  Students and staff who are symptomatic who go to the COVID Clinic will receive a rapid test, but will also be offered a confirming PCR test.  The PCR is not required, but is best practice.  Unvaccinated staff who get their regular testing at the COVID Clinic will continue to receive a PCR test.  The rapid tests at COVIC Clinic are ONLY for symptomatic students and staff. Families and staff will still receive their test results via the email used upon registration.  


As a reminder, families and staff can register for testing at COVID Clinic at: An appointment is not needed, but it is encouraged to register prior to going to a COVID Clinic to save time when testing.  We still cannot accept a negative rapid at-home test to clear the student or staff to return to school or work. 


The test must have been administered at a medical facility, local pharmacy or COVID Clinic and families and staff still must show proof of negative test results. Health Services will be working with Communications to update the EGUSD Safety Plan next week.


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Students/Parents: DO NOT TO RESPOND TO invitations from College Board’s (CAA) College Admissions Assistance -inviting you to attend a meetings for help with college, financial aid  and the admission process.   Your student’s counseling department does a wonderful job in providing the same services - at no out-of-pocket cost to students. Students and parents: college help is available from Counseling Staff and High School College/Career Center Workshops + please be sure to attend Cash for College dates offered throughout the County of Sacramento. Thank you for your attention to this matter as it appears there is at least one organization that using high pressure, sales tactics to commit students and families to services already provided by EGUSD Counseling Staff.

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