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  • Spring Fever Festival

    May 18th -- Bubble Ballin Soccer, G Factor Game Truck, Board Game Challenge, Food!! Not to be missed end of the year fun. (click the picture for more information)

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  • School Site Council Meeting - May 17th

    Meetings are the third Tuesday of each month. The next one is March 15th from 5:00pm - 6:30pm--we do not meet in February because of the President's Week Holiday. Encina's School Site Council Meeting will take place in the school library. Please click on the picture for more details.

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  • Black Student Fun Fest

    BSU's Fun Fest is just around the corner and you don't want to miss out on this incredible event. Kings dancers, many local artists, and our own Encina students will be performing.

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  • 16th Annual Alumni Challenge -- Friday, April 22nd

    Join old friends and new -- in a jammed pack night of fun. Paul Bonderson ('70) will be inducted into the Hall of Fame and will share his insights about success during a 4:30 talk, followed by a BBQ dinner and Alumni vs Varsity basketball game at 7:30. (click for more details)

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  • Encina Pride Day and Alumni Challenge

    Encina students, staff and community will be showing their pride for the school with non-stop fun, beginning with a color run and ending with the 16th Annual Alumni Challenge Dinner and Basketball Game (click to read more)

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  • FREE Food Distribution!

    On April 20th, we will hold our monthly free food distribution. Come get several bags full of fresh produce. This is for any family in the Encina region. (click picture of more info)

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