Eastlake Credo: At Eastlake, through intentional actions, we create an environment where students and staff feel safe, appreciated and loved.This is Eastlake.This is home. This is family.
Dear Wolves,

We made it through the first week of concurrent instruction. As with all our recent transitions, we will continue to learn and improve. Although it has been inspiring and rejuvenating to see students back on campus, we need to make a concerted effort to also serve our remote students. We appreciate your patience as we figure this out.


-Chris Bede, Principal
News From The Den
Eastlake Daily Schedule and Open Building Hours

Please note the EHS Concurrent Student Schedule for a regular 5 day week here

Daily schedules for the remainder of the school year are posted on the Eastlake website here.

Parent/Student Access Into Eastlake During Open Hours - UPDATED

Enter the building at the top of the stairs by the bus zone.

  • Monday 1PM-3PM
  • Wednesday 9AM-3PM
  • Friday 1PM-3PM

Technology Support - link here
Student Attestation Is Still Necessary When Students Are Absent

In-person students need to go into Skyward every morning to complete their attestation. This is required not only on the mornings they are coming to school but also on the mornings they will be absent.  We must know for each absent student if the absence might be COVID-related. This also applies to Running Start and other part-time students as long as they have at least one in-person class on our campus. Starting next week we will remind in-person families by email and/or phone if absent students have not completed attestation.

Screen Shots Are OK For Student Attestation

When students walk into our school they show us a green check mark for their attestation. Some students are finding it easier to take a screen shot of their daily green check mark and then display this screen shot as they walk in, rather than going into Skyward again. This is fine as long as the screen shot also includes that day’s date.

-Todd Apple
Term 3 Report Cards

T3 report cards will be available through Skyward after 9am on Thursday 29th April.

To View Report Cards:
  1. From the LWSD Website,
  2. Select Students & Families
  3. Skyward Student access/Family access
  4. Log in to Skyward
  5. Select Portfolio: Under T3 Report Card you can view your students report card.
Free Student Lunches

Free lunch will be available to all students beginning April 19th. In order to provide as safe an environment as possible, lunches will be grab and go. We will be offering a choice of 6 hot entrees daily along with a fruit, vegetable and milk. Come and get a free meal! Lunches are not available on Wednesdays.
EHS Student Parking

If your 10th, 11th, or 12th grade student is planning to drive to school as of 4/19/21- please complete the Parking Application link below. For this year only, we are not charging for Parking Permits and we are allowing 10th grade students to park on campus, but all vehicles must be registered through this form. We will have more info regarding the Parking Permit Hangtags later. Thank you for completing this as soon as possible:

Equity at Eastlake

This country is facing a reckoning. Has been for some time now. The trial and conviction of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd played out to the backdrop of increasing violence against people of Asian descent, the killings of Daunte Wright, Adam Toledo, Mi’Khia Bryant and Andrew Brown, the introduction and passage of Jim Crow voting laws across the nation, and anti trans legislation in Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee. We are once again having to ask ourselves who do we want to be as a nation? One built on love, dignity for all, and the celebration of the tapestry of different cultures, languages, ethnicities and races that make the United States unlike anywhere else in the world? Or do we want to lean into hatred, fear and the exclusion of difference to the point of tearing ourselves apart? At Eastlake we strive to be the former. We may stumble in our attempts, but we never lose sight of our end goal: to be a place where Trans rights are human rights, Black Lives Matter, Love is Love, we stand up against Anti Asian and Pacific Islander Hate, we are stronger because of our different abilities and ways of processing the world, and all religions are welcome. To that end, we know that as a school we are part of the larger community, and the world, and just like those working to make it a better place we ask ourselves today: what is justice? Justice is not one conviction, it is the murder of George Floyd not happening in the first place. Justice is not anti-trans laws being defeated in Washington state, it is them not being introduced in this nation ever. Justice is all of our students feeling safe enough to walk out their doors and come to school in person and not worry that the color of their skin will make them a target for someone else’s hate. So please join us in not only educating yourselves on what injustices are happening but also taking proactive action to create a community, a nation and world where we are not always chasing the hope of liberation, but where liberation is who we are.

-Rachelle Horner
EHS Equity Team Leader
Seniors - Class of 2021

Important Dates for Seniors - here

Graduation is Thursday June 10th at 5:00PM - T Mobile Park

Click here for important information for items below that will lead up to graduation!

  • Graduation and Convocation - Speakers & Performers Needed
Applications due April 26th!
  • Destination Day Submissions due May 1, 2021
  • Senior Scholarship Reporting for Commencement Submissions -
due by May 5, 2021
  • Senior Military Information Reporting for Commencement Submissions due by May 5, 2021

PTSA Senior Information and Opportunities

  • Senior video clips - deadline May 1st
  • Senior Slide Show - deadline May 15th
  • Class of 2021 Yard Signs

Wolf Street Journal - Looking for Senior Submissions

The Wolf Street Journal's third issue (expected to come out by the end of May) will be our last of the school year, so we are welcoming all seniors to submit any articles, opinion pieces, or fiction that deserve some spotlight. Click here for more information.
Wolf of the Month - March 2021

Wolf of the Month is a tradition at Eastlake recognizing excellence in students. This may include excellence in academics, effort, and citizenship. Every month students are nominated per category by their teachers/department. The Wolves of the Month will receive their recognition letter and certificate in the mail.

Congratulations to the Wolf of the Month Nominees for March 2021 Click here to view
Eastlake High School Drama Presents EDGES

Friday April 23rd @ 7PM
Saturday April 24th at 1PM

Click here to register for the time you want to watch Edges!
Eastlake Athletics

Wolves are on a Roll!

Visit the Eastlake website - Athletics for complete information about sports offered, season dates and much more! Click here for complete information about Spring Sports.

Deadline to Register for Spring Sports is April 29th

Payments are being accepted for Spring sports now. At this time you can only pay for non cut sports, Once rosters are set for cut sports the LWSD participation fee & and ASB fee will be applied to your students account for you to pay. All payments are made here https://payments.lwsd.org/.
College & Career Center News

Financial Aid
Seniors, It’s not too late to apply for Financial Aid
There’s still time to file your financial aid application for this coming fall. In Washington, there are two ways to apply for financial aid. U.S. citizens and eligible non-citizens can apply with the federal FAFSA form. People who can't file the FAFSA—due to immigration status or other issues with federal aid—can apply for state aid, including the new Washington College Grant (WCG) using the WASFA. Completing a FAFSA or WASFA financial aid application is an important first step toward college or career training.

Live Wednesday
“What’s Next?” Spring Series Kicks off April 28, 2021
The LWSD College and Career Specialist Live Wednesday “What’s Next?” Virtual Spring Series kicks off next week with a trio of topics. Can’t make it live? No worries. All Live Wednesday events are recorded so check them out post-event by following the live event link to the recording.

  • 2-Year Colleges: Get the latest on admissions from Bellevue College, LWIT and Cascadia. Join Live 2-Year College Event at 10:30 am
  • Financial Aid: The financial aid process sometimes feels daunting, but this session can help ease your fears. This session is geared towards both students and families to help navigate all things financial aid including FAFSA basics; what the difference is between loans, grants, scholarships; and other important deadlines, terminology, and things to know. Join Live Financial Aid Event at 12 pm
  • Apprenticeships: Learn more about apprenticeships, what they are and how to get started. Join Live Apprenticeship Event at 1:30 pm

WANIC Summer Semester
Application Opens at 9 am, April 27, 2021
The Washington Network for Innovative Careers (WANIC) Summer 2021 schedule will run Tuesday, June 29 to Friday, July 16th, 8 am-3 pm. No school Monday, July 5th. Students must be available for the entire time. The synchronous/asynchronous schedule will be set by the teacher. See the summer line up of classes ranging from Biosystems, Genetic Research and Ethics to Computer Science to Fire & EMS to Sports Marketing and more. WANIC will begin taking applications from 9:00 am Tuesday April 27 through 6:00 pm Thursday May 6. Spots will be filled by Lottery. WANIC does not enroll based on first come first served so, after they enroll the rising 12th graders, everyone who applies anytime between 4/27 and 5/6 has the same chance of being enrolled.

Scholarship Spotlight
Maxwell Foundation Scholarship Deadline April 30, 2021
This scholarship provides financial resources to student leaders from Washington state starting a four-year private college program. Up to $5k per year renewable for a total of $20k over a four-year period. Criteria includes financial need and a short essay. Learn more.

College and Career Calendar
Find the latest on events, contests, scholarships and more on the College and Career Center calendar.
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