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- Principal Doria Trombetta
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We Are El Molino
We are the faces of the future. From over 60 square miles extending from Sebastopol to Fort Ross, from Santa Rosa to the Pacific Ocean we come together to learn, to share our dreams and make new friends.
curious, flexible, adaptive and smart. How
do we prepare this generation for success?
Help our students focus, analyze, define, evaluate, explain and solve problems.
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Teach effective speaking, writing, reading, and technological skills vital to 21st Century communication.
Develop creative thinkers who possess curiosity and imagination to innovate in the workplace.
Foster collaboration skills, such as goal-setting, decision-making, and resolution of conflicts to achieve common goals.
February 25, 2014
El Molino ag team victorious in annual pruning contest
El Molino’s FFA club was the highest scoring FFA team in this year’s Youth Grapevine Pruning Contest at SRJC’s Shone Farm, reported theSonoma-Marin Farm News. Levi DeCarly and Jordan Dutton were among the top individual winners. William Hamilton was one of the highest scorers in the annual Viticulture Challenge, which tests a student’s viticulture knowledge. Also performing well in the contests were Aleyah Banuelos and Jake Dutton, said El Molino’s ag teacher Marilee Mazur. The Sonoma County Winegrape Commission sponsored the event.
February 24, 2014
El Molino grad’s “Radioactive” wins Grammy
Ben McKee, Class of 2003, and his Imagine Dragons band just performed on Saturday Night Live after scoring the Grammy for Best Rock Performance for their worldwide hit single, “Radioactive.” That song overtook Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” to become the best-selling rock song in digital history.
February 13, 2014
El Molino’s Wrestling squad light in number, but not effort
El Molino High School has the smallest enrollment among the seven schools in the Sonoma County League. That fact contributes mightily to the biggest obstacle wrestling coach Bill Borges faces — trying to fill every weight class. The talent is there, however, as showed most recently in the Lions’ 50-27 dual-meet victory against Petaluma on Tuesday.