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College Planning Events


College Essay Writing Workshop- Tues., October 4th

Hosted by Lake Washington School Foundation, this in-person workshop will teach students how to write effective essays and to find their unique stories. For more information and to register, visit the event's website.


Q&A- The College Application Process- Sun., October 26th

Join Find Your Fit’s college counselor Mary Pat O’Neil for office hours. This is an opportunity for high school students and parents to sign up for a 10-minute session where they can ask their questions about the college application process. Click here to register for a 10-minute session between 3 and 4:30 pm.

College Application Essay Feedback-

Sun., October 23rd, 2-4 pm or Sat., November 12, noon-2 pm

Seniors will meet with a Find Your Fit volunteer in one-on-one, 15-minute sessions to receive feedback on their essays. These sessions will be held on two dates. Please register for one date only.


Parenting for Emotional Wellbeing Workshops

Don’t miss an upcoming workshop hosted by Lake Washington Schools Foundation for parents of school-aged kids: Parenting for Emotional Wellbeing. This three-session virtual workshop will provide a friendly space for you to cultivate advanced social and emotional awareness and skills that can help you clarify your parenting identity, improve relationships in your family and help you raise resilient kids.

The first session starts on October 12. Spaces are limited, so register early!


You can also register for Balance in Mind's newsletter to learn about opportunities throughout the year.

AmazonSmile—Support the PTSA through your online shopping


Did you know that purchases you make at can benefit the Eastlake PTSA? Simply select Eastlake PTSA as your designated donation recipient, and we will receive 0.5% of the purchases you make throughout the year.  All of these funds go directly back to the programs sponsored by the PTSA.  Be sure to sign up with AmazonSmile, and choose the Eastlake High School PTSA as your designated charity. It works on the mobile Amazon app as well! 

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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

We are pleased to feature EHS Sophomore, Luke Simon, in our Community Service Spotlight. Luke is a volunteer with Pasado’s Safe Haven. A sanctuary for victims of animal cruelty and neglect, Pasado’s Safe Haven was founded in 1997 in Sultan, WA. Luke began his volunteer work there in July 2020, in the middle of the pandemic, and continues to lend his time and talents to the organization as one of their lead animal enrichment caretakers. He strongly believes in the mission of the sanctuary. It is important to Luke that people understand animal cruelty is something that exists, that ending it is something we all need to strive for, and that we should offer kindness to animals that have come from neglected pasts.  

When Luke started volunteering with Pasado’s Safe Haven, he was assigned to landscape maintenance and cleaning stalls for sheep, goats, and pigs. Although it might not sound appealing, the hard labor was extremely rewarding as the animals would hang around him wanting pets and scratches. It felt like a connection of gratitude was being exchanged. He has also worked on cutting fruits and vegetables that are served to the animals based on their dietary needs. Now, as an animal enrichment caretaker, he is charged with preparing and administering enrichment activities for the farm animals. He makes vegetable popsicles for the donkeys and cows, peanut butter pine cones covered in seed for the aviary, and he builds seek-and-find hay boxes for the ducks to search for mealworms. Sometimes he even reads Harry Potter to the alpacas! 

Thank you, Luke, for using your time to make a difference.
If you’d like to learn more about Pasado’s Safe Haven and their volunteer opportunities visit:

Nominate a student for PTSA's Community Service Spotlight

Do you know an Eastlake student who is serving the community in a thoughtful way? We would love to highlight their efforts in the Wolf Tracks newsletter.  Teachers, parents, peers, or any community members can let us know how students are helping others by nominating them.

Oct 2
9:45a LWPTSA Council Meeting
LWPTSA Council Meeting

Friday, October 7
9:45a - 11:15a
10:30a PTSA Board Meeting
PTSA Board Meeting

Tuesday, October 11
10:30a - 12:00p
7:00p Homecoming Dance
Homecoming Dance

Saturday, October 15
7:00p - 9:00p
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