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Seniors! Get your 10 seconds of fame!

As part of our Convocation celebration for the Class of 2021, which will be a streamed virtual event, we want to include our own seniors telling us something about themselves.

Seniors wishing to be featured need to send us a short video clip of themselves answering one of a few question options.

Check out the SeniorClips page on how to do it! Videos are due by May 15.  


Senior Slide Show – Send us your Photos!
 

 

Reminder that we want your senior’s baby and current photo for our traditional Senior Slide Show! More details and instructions on how to send these to us are on our Convocation Page. Deadline to send in photos is May 15.


Senior yard signs

 

The seniors at Eastlake for the Class of 2021 have voted on the design of yard signs. They are available for purchase from local print shops. Please follow this link for more information on how to purchase.

 


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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 Counselors Andrea Frost and Mina Kirilov - Every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30pm to 6:00pm.

Register here anytime. Confirmation email will give you details.

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

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Community Service Spotlight

 

Zach Colburn is a senior who started participating in Civil Air Patrol as a sophomore and quickly began volunteering for events and training younger participants and peers. After learning about King County Search & Rescue's youth program, he completed the training a year ago, and has participated in over 50 missions since last February. He also trained last fall for WASART, which is the Washington State Animal Response Team, and has done five missions so far with WASART, helping with downed horses and stranded goats. Zach's love of skiing prompted him to train for ski patrol at Summit at Snoqualmie, which he has volunteered for almost every Saturday this winter since his training ended. He has about 1000 hours of volunteering over the past four years, picking up skills and experience that will support his desire to be an EMT and eventually maybe a paramedic. He'll continue volunteering for all of these groups after graduation in June. 

Thank you for your commitment to serving your community, Zach! 

 

Highlight the efforts of a student you know by nominating them for the Community Service Spotlight! We would love to learn how our students are finding creative ways to serve in their community.

You can find all of the Community Service program details here