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Dear Wolves,

Yesterday we celebrated the Class of 2021 with the Eastlake Graduation at T-Mobile Park. On Wednesday, many of our Seniors attended a day of activities that included a breakfast and senior awards, the Moving Up Assembly and subsequent “tunnel of tears”, and a luncheon sponsored by our PTSA, where Seniors socialized together for one last time.

I know Eastlake was not what they expected this year, but they stayed strong and made it.

Wolf Strong, Pack Strong has been defined as personal development in the service of others. Eastlake has supported their development, but at the same time, we wanted them to give back and make Eastlake better by serving others. With this type of service, you often know your influence because it is direct and personal.
Wolf Strong, Pack Strong has also been defined as personal development in the service of the greater good. However, with this type of service, you do not always know your impact. You just believe that by doing what is right, you are making things better. 
That is why we stayed home for most of this year. I do not know who or how many, but I know that some people are alive today because we moved Eastlake to the internet.
The Class of 2021 has epitomized WSPS more than any past Eastlake class because of what they had to sacrifice in the service of the greater good. 
I know they will take the concept of Wolf Strong, Pack Strong with them in the future. I know they will not only work to become their personal best but live a life where they build others up and simply do what is right because they know it makes things better.

Class of 2021…we are proud of you!


-Chris Bede, Principal
Daily Schedule & Open Building Hours
Eastlake Daily Schedule and Open Building Hours

EHS Daily Concurrent student schedule for the week of June 14th thru 18th.

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

Parent/Student Access Into Eastlake During Open Hours week of June 14-18

  • Monday 1pm-3pm
  • Wednesday 8am-3pm

Eastlake Summer Office Hours

  • June 21st-30th - 8AM-Noon
  • July 13th, 20th & 27th - 8AM-Noon
  • August 16th-31st - 8AM-Noon
COVID Vaccinations at Eastlake High School
This is just a reminder that Eastlake is hosting a COVID vaccination clinic this Sunday, June 13th, from 8-4. Seattle Visiting Nurses Association will be administering the vaccinations, with Eastside Fire monitoring people during their 15 minute waiting period afterwards. This is the second vaccine day; 700 students and parents came in three weeks ago for the first shot. If you made an appointment don’t forget to come in.
End of the School Year Odds & Ends
Covid Vaccination Records

Eastlake Student Health Services is collecting Covid vaccination information for students who have been fully vaccinated. If your student has received BOTH doses of the Covid vaccination, we urge you to take a picture or scan of the vaccination card and send it via email to EHS-Vaccinations@lwsd.org. Once we receive your vaccination card it will be verified with the Washington Immunization Information System (WAIIS) and uploaded into Skyward.

Seniors - Class of 2021
Congratulations to the Class of 2021

Click here to watch the Graduation ceremony that was held June 10th at T-Mobile Park.

Class of 2021 Destination Day Celebrations

Congratulations to the Class of 2021 who are headed near, far, and everywhere in between. You amaze us! Thank you to the EHS Destination Day Team: Video: Carol McGuigan, Kayleigh McGuigan (EHS 2015 Alum), Rose McGuigan (EHS 2022), and Divya Kakani for putting so much love into this video project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtektmRy0nY.

Thank you to Brett Muskavage for being a sounding board and Jane Blissett (EHS 2021) for running the EHS21Destination Instagram. Thank you to staff who shared photos, Devin Barrett, Darcie Breynaert, and Lisa Schmatz for feedback, and to Amy Hill and Cathy Kilborn for helping us spread the word. Hallway Pennants: Brett Muskavage took the lead on this one with gratitude to Lisa Schmatz, Betty Wong, Lori Rowe, Carol McGuigan and a pound of glue and tape which helped us hang things just right. Class of 2022, your turn next! WSPS

Senior Convocation & Slideshow
The Eastlake PTSA is delighted to present Senior Convocation! You are invite to enjoy this productions with Class of 2021 students and staff to celebrate their graduation!
Follow this link to see the recording. Our graduating seniors were once little! In past years, we enjoyed watching a slideshow of our seniors and how they’ve grown. We are pleased to share this graduating class’ slideshow with you Check out our slideshow to see how they’ve grown.

Thank You PTSA!

Thank you to the PTSA for a creative and fun senior celebration event in our parking lot Wednesday. The Senior class was treated to games, swag bags and food vouchers to wonderful food trucks. It capped off an upbeat, all day, jammed packed Senior Celebration Day. The PTSA consistently goes above and beyond to make Eastlake events special and memorable.

A special thank you to Nikki and Natalie for their leadership and vision for this awesome event.

The Office Staff
Laptop & Textbook Roll In - Important Information!
9th-11th In Person Students Turn In Laptops and Books in Library

In Person Students - Tuesday June 15th - 12:30pm – 3:00pm

Remote Students - Wednesday June 16th 8:00am – 3:00pm
Alphabetical by Last Name for social distancing, if the time slot for your name doesn’t work for you come during a different slot that works for you

8:00am-9:00am A- CH
9:00am-10:00am CL-HILL
10:00am-11:00am HIN-MAL
12:00pm-1:00pm MAN-RAM
1:00pm-2:00pm RAN-SYE
2:00pm-3:00pm T-Z

Instructions for students to view what they have checked out in Destiny here.

Digital Summer Access

Students and families can access some LWSD digital platforms over the summer. Use this link to download the list or see the list here.
Top Ten Eastlake Readers

The EHS Library wants to honor some amazing readers over this past year who checked out and read a lot of EHS Library books. Amanda Miller was the top patron with 138 books. Others in the top ten include Alekhya Pentapalli, Samantah Secrist, Vitcoria Yatsuk, Avo Rothenstein, Manya Dua, Aryahi Chakraborty, Olivia Ong, Ella Grant, and Sylvia Rahn. Keep reading Wolves!

-Kathleen Story
Sammamish Rotary Students of the Year 2021
Anya Yerramilli is a kind and inviting soul who leads the Computer Science Outreach Council of CS Honors Society this year and as their president in 2022. She was instrumental in spearheading the district-wide Middle School Hackathon. She also contributes to the development of others as a seasoned member of DECA by mentoring a group of first year members in her competitive category.
Ethan Kim worked hard to build a community through the classroom and throughout the school during this difficult year. He is a Junior Class Officer, DECA member, and supports Athletes for Kids. He is actively involved as the vice president of the Asian Cultural Club and will be next year’s ASB vice president.
Wolf of the Month - May 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 May 2021 Click here to view.
Eastlake Athletics

Read all about the Eastlake sports week of June 7th.

Summer Athletics

Each summer many of our programs have summer offerings. These are intended for student/athletes who plan to play on our teams during the up-coming 2021-2022 school year. These workouts are optional but encouraged.

Visit the Eastlake Atheltics website here for complete information - FINAL DEADLINE to sign up is June 20th.

Registration Opens for Fall Sports August 1st - Athletics website here
Eastlake Club News
Wolf Street Journal

Here is the final issue for this school year of the Wolf Street Journal. The editors and staff of the publication did an amazing job on getting this publication up and running this school year. I am very honored and privileged to have been able to work with some amazing people. Next year the WSJ will continue so keep an eye out for the first issue sometime in the fall.
- Darin Fisher
Counseling Center
AP Updates

Click here for AP Updates which include:
  • Information is you encountered a technical difficulty
  • Deadline to request a make-up exam
  • AP Late Testing
  • AP Refunds

YES Summer Resources

There are many resources available to teens and families during the summer months! Check out the list of prevention & education resources for parents and students. There are also lists of summer camps and many links for summer family/youth activities in the area. Have a happy and healthy summer!

Wild Grief is officially back to offering in-person programming for teens this Summer! Registration is open for a Teen Day Hike at Mt. Rainier on July 10th, as well as our four-day Teen Wilderness Trek from August 12-15.
We also still have space in our virtual & independent programs for grieving families and for teens. All participants receive a big box of supplies and a WA State Discover Pass. All are Free!

Evergreen Health Resources

While school is out, if you need to be connected to any counseling or crisis services, please review this list of resources to get connected to great counseling and support services.  
College and Career Center News
College & Career Center

LWSD Teen Startup Challenge Application Deadline September 27, 2021
The LWSD Teen Startup Challenge is designed to promote student startup ideas and venture creation. The challenge provides the opportunity for LWSD high school students to win prizes and learn from local business leaders. Finalists will present their ideas and business plans and receive feedback from successful professionals. The winning students/teams will be featured at Investor Sharks Northwest, will receive feedback and advice from some of the biggest venture capitalists and angel investors in the Puget Sound Region, and will be awarded prize money from the Kirkland Chamber of Commerce. All participants will receive recognition and awards. Completed application packets are due on September 27, 2021 by midnight. Learn more.
Last call! CTE Dual Credit Registration Deadline June 15, 2021
Pacific NW College Credit provides students with the opportunity to earn dual high school and college credit for eligible Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses taught here at Eastlake. To earn college credit, students must register while taking the class, pay the non-refundable $50 annual consortium fee by June 15TH, and receive a grade of “B” or higher in the class. See Eastlake eligible classes.
PNW College Credit is offering several virtual information sessions to answer questions about the CTE Dual Credit program and assist students in navigating the CTE Dual Credit registration website. The first half hour of each session will provide an overview of the CTE Dual Credit program & the PNW College Credit consortium with answers to your general questions. The second half hour will be a step-by-step walk through of the registration system including how to create an account and how to register/add eligible class(es). Join one of the below info sessions using the CTE Dual Credit Info Session Teams Link.
  • June 14 from 4-5 pm
  • June 15 from 12-1 pm
  • June 15 from 7-8 pm

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