Del Oro High School

'Touchdown Club' is now taking signups

Del Oro High’s “Touchdown Club” is now taking signups for the upcoming 2015 season. This will mark the 6th season that Golden Eagle family, friends, fans and supp ...

Club offers

When some students return to high school in August, they will face challenges with academics and social interactions. But one school club for female students offers a support syst ...

Del Oro club makes 13th summer camping trip

Del Oro High School science teacher Greg Kelderman often has middle school parents asking how they can get their children signed up for his summer school class open for seniors. E ...

Eighth-graders get district help in move to the “big school”

After eight years of elementary school, 290 Loomis Union School District students matriculate to Del Oro High School in August. These students attended a promotion ceremony June 3 ...

Del Oro’s new grads take top honors

Del Oro High School Principal Dan Gayaldo thanked the standing-room-only crowd for being “here on this clear, dry warm summer morning” at Saturday’s 8 a.m. gradua ...

Loomis residents donate to help Del Oro ag department

Loomis residents have donated nearly $1,500 to the Del Oro High School agriculture department, which was hit by burglars in April for almost that amount. Regina Dvorak, one of the ...

Del Oro fares well; tight trap shoot off

The competition was fierce recently for Del Oro trap team shooters Jared Utley and Eric Windeshausen in the Series Three California Youth Shooting Sports Association (CYSSA) tourna ...

Powder power

The action was hot and heavy at Golden Eagle Stadium last Friday as Del Oro hosted a benefit Powder Puff football doubleheader. The games pitted the seniors against the juniors and ...

Golden Eagles land six on All-SFL soccer

Del Oro High’s girls soccer team, which contended this season for a Sierra Foothill League championship before going on to win its second consecutive CIF Sac-Joaquin Section ...

Del Oro science teacher Fred Zimmerman retires after almost four decades

If it wasn’t for baseball, Fred Zimmerman may not have spent almost 40 years teaching science in Placer County. “I played baseball at UC-Davis and when I was home for ...