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Exceed standards.
Achieve success for every student.




Some Serious SurveyMonkey (and Coffee Mug) Business

Does the word "survey" make you NOT want to read the rest of this article?  Yeah, we thought so.  Really, we get it!

So, we came up with a super fast one that does this:

  • takes less than 5 minutes (c'mon, we dare ya, it's a whopping 7 questions)
  • helps the PTSA plan for next year (because this year is swiftly coming to an end)
  • gives you a chance to win an Eastlake Wolves insulated mug (the camping equivalent of a wine glass!)

In all seriousness, your input is very important to us; otherwise, we wouldn't even bother!  So, thank you in advance for taking a few minutes for the EHS PTSA.  Yes, you can take the survey and remain anonymous, but you'll just miss out on that mug!  Click here to begin!

EHS PTSA 2018-2019 Officers Announced for Election

The EHS PTSA Nominating Committee respectfully submits its report and recommends the following members for 2018-2019 to the office of:
  • Co-President: Beth Knapick
  • Co-President: Jen O’Donnell
  • Secretary: Nikki Balt
  • Treasurer: Leanne Brodzinski
  • Co-VP Membership: Jen Fowler
  • Co-VP Membership: Amy Wells
  • VP Volunteers: Jay Pulacode
  • Co-VP Ways and Means: Ajay Chakrapani
  • Co-VPt Ways and Means: Olga Pechuk

The nominating committee has confirmed that all nominees have been a member of a PTA for at least 15 days prior to the election and meet other requirements as stated in the WSPTA Uniform Bylaws.

Respectfully submitted,
Jay Pulacode, Michele Heidorn and Tallee Whitehorn

April Community Service Spotlight ~ EHS Dance Team

Between exhausting rehearsals, studying, performing, and winning STATE, the EHS Dance team somehow manages to also prioritize service and does so in a variety of ways.  This year, dance team members coordinated a group service project at Eastside Baby Corner (EBC), creating packets with baby formula, diapers, warm clothing, and other basic needs.  (EBC welcomes high school students, and 1½-hour shifts are available almost every day!  Click here to sign up.)  Thank you, EHS Dance Team, for your great examples of “performing” service! 

Know of other EHS teams that serve?  Email us and let us know! 

Thank You EHS Dance Team Members!

Textile Drive: Last Chance this Sunday, April 29

Do some spring cleaning! Donate your used clothing and other items to Eastlake’s Annual Textile Drive, supporting Senior SendOff.  Acceptable donations include clothing, paired shoes, accessories, bedspreads, sheets, blankets, towels, draperies, stuffed animals, and all other cloth items in any condition. Your donations are tax deductible.

Please place your donations into clean plastic trash bags and bring them to Eastlake this Sunday, April 29 between 10 am and 4 pm. The collection truck will be located in the front parking lot near the school entrance. Questions? Contact Julie Sanders.

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Annual Day of Service is Coming May 19

The annual Day of Service is one of the community-service capstones of the year because there is such a huge variety of projects, opportunities and participants!  Click here to sign up, and scroll across the tabs at the top to see all of the choices that fit your time and interests.  Sign up early for the best selection, and invite your whole family and other community members to help, too!  This will be your last major opportunity to complete service hours before the end of the year (and before graduation if you are going for the graduation honor cord.)  

Questions?  Email PTSA Community Service Chair Julie Olson.

Don't Miss SSO!

Surprise Your Senior with a Ticket!

Tickets for Senior SendOff are *still* available; watch the video to hear why you don't want your senior to miss this memorable event! 

Registration/permission forms are available in the school office or you can register online.  Financial assistance is also available!  Contact us for more information; we're happy to help!

Please Donate Gift Cards for SSO prizes/giveaways!

The Senior SendOff team is procuring gift cards to give to our seniors as prizes throughout the SSO evening.  It's another way to add fun to graduation night!  Great gift-card ideas include Game Stop, Amazon, Ulta Beauty...Chipotle, MOD, Metropolitan Market, Starbucks...prepaid Visa and Mastercard...Regal Cinemas, Lucky Strike, Seattle Mariners...Chevron, Shell...the list goes on and on!!  All denominations accepted.  Please contact Michele Heidorn with questions.  Thank you!
Incoming Freshmen: Meet Us at Welcome-to-the-Pack Night!

Along with Eastlake HS, the EHS PTSA invites incoming freshmen and their families to ‘Welcome to the Pack’ night on TuesdayMay 1 from 6-8 pm.  Come celebrate the spirit and culture of Eastlake and see the amazing aspects of our school.  Our mascot, along with our cheer and dance teams, will be welcoming everyone outside the school, where food trucks will be available 5-8 pm (please bring cash).  Performances by the Eastlake band, choir, orchestra and drama students will be in the theater; guided tours of the school will be given throughout the evening; information will be available on the many clubs, electives, and athletic opportunities at Eastlake in the Commons; and teachers will be available for questions and eager to share the fine work they do.  Lastly, the student store will be open to help families start building their Eastlake gear (cash or check).  We hope you’re able to attend and begin to feel what it’s like to be Wolf Strong Pack Strong!

*Destination Day* for Seniors

Is your senior heading off to college or a tech school? Perhaps the military, a service organization, or a new job? We want to celebrate all seniors no matter where they are headed! Immediately after school on Tuesday, May 1, we invite all seniors to gather in the lower gym sporting their "destination swag" to enjoy treats, sign our Destination Wall, snap pictures for the yearbook, and more! Questions? Contact EHS Career Specialist Carol McGuigan.

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Eastlake PTSA Community Partners

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May College Planning Classes

Crystal Clear College Planning, an EHS PTSA Community Partner, is hosting these classes in May:

  • Thursday, May 3 @ 7 pm; Redmond Library,
  • Wednesday, May 9 @ 7 pm; Kenmore Library

 This information-packed class will address the following:

  • Helping students decide which colleges to apply to 
  • What the more selective colleges really want to see in your student’s application
  • Why standardized tests are important and which one to take; the SAT or ACT
  • How to maximize your student’s potential to receive scholarships, grants, and other forms of gift-aid
  • Illustrate to families how to attend a PRIVATE COLLEGE for a public-college price

Classes are free, but reservations are necessary. [Register online]  Unable to attend? Watch our webinar at your convenience!

Youth Eastside Services
Youth Eastside Services provides counseling, substance abuse treatment, education and prevention, and psychiatric services in East King County. Since 1968, we've helped children, teens and their families struggling with depression, grief, trauma, substance abuse, anxiety, gender- or cultural-identity issues, behavioral issues, ADHD, autism and so much more. We work with youth up to age 22 and their families.

Everyone faces challenges in life. But with the right tools, skills and support, all families can thrive. Just say YES.

Youth Eastside Services

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