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Youth Eastside Services

Feeling out of sorts with school closures and social/physical distancing? Getting too much family time and need to vent? Worried about a friend? Hearing mixed messages about drugs and alcohol and want to learn the facts? Visit in a confidential space for a listening ear, helpful tips, and a path forward.

Drop-in Office Hours with YES Counselor Allyse DiRe-Day - Every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30pm to 6:00pm

Register here anytime https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYqcOuspz4uHtZ5pZ_JU7cy4gAk1rnorg3ZA 

Confirmation email will give you details.

Read here, on How to Stay Connected During Remote Learning, letter to parents from our on-site YES counselor.

Youth Eastside Services

 

Community Service Spotlight

 

Drew Rusak is a junior who is committed to serving his community. He has served in Senate, National Honor Society, and Environmental Club at EHS. Apart from his service at Eastlake, he is a youth advocate for the Old Redmond Teen Firehouse. He discovered the Little Green Monster project after his mom was diagnosed with breast cancer. He makes little monsters that go with the duffle bags as care kits for kids whose moms were recently diagnosed. His mom is a survivor and he wants other kids to know that they should stay positive and he hopes his monsters make a difference for someone in need.  Thank you, Drew, for your commitment to making a difference.

 

 

Holly Keyser is a junior who has been a Program Assistant at Sammamish Day Camp for the past 4 years. When camp organizers decided to go virtual this summer instead of canceling the camp, she stepped up to the new opportunity. She spent several weeks of planning a new online camp with organizers and other PAs, and then assisted in running the camps the summer. In the end, they were able to have their annual camp traditions, daily activities, and fun for every participant. Thank you, Holly, for helping the 150 kids have their virtual summer camps!

Thank you for your commitment to helping others!  

Please submit spotlight nominations to communityservice@ehsptsa.org