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Volunteers Needed--Annual PTSA Holiday Bazaar

The PTSA is seeking both student and adult volunteers for its annual Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, November 6th.  The event will be outside this year on the CWU Sammamish campus.  Volunteers need to be prepared to be outside rain or shine. 

Please help us make this event amazing for our vendors and community, sign up for shifts as soon as possible! Sign Up Here

Please contact Nikki Balt ( with any questions about volunteering.

Calling all Bakers - Holiday Bazaar Bake Sale

Do you love baking? Do you want to help raise funds for the PTSA? The Holiday Bazaar has a long standing tradition of a Bake Sale that both raises funds for the PTSA (all proceeds) and also brings joy to those who purchase the goods.

If you are interested in baking for the Bake Sale, Please sign up here.

Reflections Entries - Deadline is October 25

This year's Reflections program is in full swing!

We have all the information you need on our Reflections page including instructions on how to submit entries. 


Register to Vote!

Your voice counts! King County Elections mailed out ballots on October 13. You should have received your ballot by Monday, October 18. If you do not receive a ballot call 206-296-VOTE (8683).

October 25 is the last day to update your voter registration! Update your Voter Registration here. For questions about elections, address changes, to update your signature, and more, click here: King County Elections

Seeking Nominating Committee Volunteers

Each year, a committee of 3-4 volunteers works on identifying candidates to serve on the PTSA board for the following school board. Serving on the Nominating Committee is a great opportunity to network in our school community, learn about the various roles on the board, and locate those volunteers who can make our PTSA great by serving on the board. The committee's working timeframe is February to April. If you are interested in serving on the Nominating Committee, please contact us

Got Tiles?

The wall tiles on the front entrance to the school commemorate your student and family at Eastlake for years to come. Tiles are available in 1-line, 2-line and 3-line versions.  

Place your order here!

Orders received by November 15 2021 will be installed during mid-winter break.  

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Youth Eastside Services

EHS Community--Would you like support with the challenges of heading back to school, vaping, family conflicts, substance use, stress or are you worried about a family member or friend’s drug/alcohol/vape use? If you want help and can benefit from brief drop-in counseling or consultation, you can easily connect with our Youth Eastside Services (YES) Counselor, Andrea Frost. Just use her virtual drop-in office hours on Zoom on Tuesdays or Wednesdays starting September 7th/8th. She is our Substance Abuse Prevention Intervention Specialist (PI) and is here to support you. In person office hours are to be determined at this time.

Information on how to reach Andrea can be found here and this is a short video introduction.

A full list of community resources is available here.

Youth Eastside Services


Community Service Spotlight


Janaki Venkatesh is a sophomore at Eastlake this year. She leads the Sammamish chapter of Break the Outbreak (BTOB), a non-profit whose goal is to limit the spread of COVID 19 through donations of personal protective equipment (PPE) to local organizations, grocery stores, food banks, and senior citizens' homes. She chose to start a BTOB branch in Sammamish in response to the fact that many local businesses in the community were finding it difficult to assist customers when reopening during this pandemic. With an innate passion for assisting the community, Janaki always seeks to step up as a leader and help out. Besides PPE donations, her team held a school supply drive for the Community in Schools “Stuff the Bus" program over the summer and collected over 2000 school supplies. She and her team spent over a month preparing for this drive and all the hard work paid off! In addition to her work with Break the Outbreak, Janaki volunteers at Sankara Healthcare Foundation where she helps with meal prep and planning for the monthly Teen Feed donation. Over the summer, she volunteered at the Little Medical School where she helped organize and lead health and medicine workshops for elementary school kids. We are so happy to be able to spotlight Janaki’s contributions to our community!

Do you know of an EHS student who goes above and beyond to serve the community? We would love to highlight their efforts in the Wolf Tracks newsletter.  You can let us know how students are helping others by nominating them for our Community Service Spotlight.

Learn more about the Community Service program here.   


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