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Join the Eastlake PTSA!

Get all of your Back to School PTSA business done in one place! Click the button below to create an account (or to update information on your existing account), get your membership, donate, see our available mock testing options, senior events, our Eastlake Angels program and opportunities for volunteering.

PTSA membership reflects a commitment to our students and our school, as well as the desire to positively impact the education of all children. Become a 2022-2023 member of the Eastlake PTSA today! Click here for membership benefits and discounts.

Volunteers Needed -- Back to Business Days

Mark your calendars! Eastlake's Back to Business Days for the school year 2022-2023 are August 30th and August 31st. These are the days where Eastlake Students will come by the school to pick up laptops, get their picture taken for their ASB card, pick up parking passes if relevant and more - all so they are ready to roll for the first day of school, Sept. 6, 2022. 

Our hardworking Eastlake staff is asking for parent volunteers to help on these Back to Business Days so students can easily get through the process. If you can help, please sign up here. Questions? email with any questions. Thanks for your help!

YES Resources During the Summer

" Welcome to Summer!  As your Youth Eastside Services’ Prevention Intervention Specialist, I have enjoyed supporting Eastlake students and families during this school year, and look forward to coming back to EHS in the Fall. Click here to check out our Community & Summer Resource list for many activities to do this summer and where to reach out for help & support.  See you in the Fall " - Andrea Frost

Andrea can be reached at-

Your membership with EHS PTSA allows us to partner with EHS and Youth Eastside Services (YES) to support Andrea Frost, MPA, SUDP -our YES Counselor and Substance Abuse Prevention and Intervention Specialist (PI). By working together, we’re able to provide the resources to support mental health for all our kids.

Become an Approved LWSD Volunteer!

You never know when you will have a sudden urge to help out. Make sure to visit the LWSD Volunteer page to check your volunteer status and if needed, apply to become an approved volunteer online! This application is good for two years and any school in LWSD. 

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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.

Click here to check out our Community & Summer Resource list for many activities to do this summer and where to reach out for help & support. 

A full list of community resources is available here.

Youth Eastside Services


Community Service


We are happy to shine our Community Service Spotlight on Aryan Sharma! Aryan is a rising junior at EHS and he is a volunteer with the USHA Foundation, a local non-profit organization dedicated to social welfare issues including food insecurity, homelessness, refugee resettlement, digital equity, and medical assistance. The group holds a variety of events to help provide King County residents who are in need with a wide range of services. Aryan joined the foundation as a volunteer in 2021 to help out at community events. This year, Aryan is serving as Project Coordinator for the Foundation. He is in charge of securing donations from local groups, as well as connecting with USHA partners like World Relief Seattle, Red Cross of Washington, and local food banks such as the Renewal Food Bank. Aryan plans to organize blood drives, technology drives, and other events for the foundation this year. He also has plans to help expand their fundraising efforts outside Western Washington for a greater impact in 2022-23.  


Thank you, Aryan, for using your time and energy to serve the community in this way! 


You can make a difference by donating to USHA Foundation here: (  


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