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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.

WSPS
Celebrating Teachers

This week we had the privilege of celebrating the hard work and commitment of our extraordinary teaching staff! We are so grateful for your dedication and support to each and every Eastlake student. You are preparing our young people to be a generation of leaders who will change the world. Thank you for all you do!

Eastlake Administration

Wolf Strong, Pack Strong
Daily Schedule
Week of May 9th - 13th - Standard 5 Day Week Schedule.

To view upcoming weekly schedules visit the Eastlake website here.
COVID Update
If your student tests positive for COVID-19, please notify our contact tracer Tien Nguyen as soon as possible. 

This week we completed contact tracing and reporting for 27 members of our school community who tested positive for COVID-19.

-Todd Apple
Thank You Eastlake PTSA!
Thank you to our incredible Eastlake PTSA for hosting the Staff Appreciation luncheon on Wednesday. The food was delicious and the generosity you showed with the gift card raffle was incredible. You made us all feel loved and appreciated! We value our partnership with you!

WSPS
News from the Den
AP Exams Continue through May 13th

Click here for AP Exam information including:

  • AP Exam Essentials
  • Parents - AP Exam Day Notices
  • AP Exam Refunds

Attendance During AP Exams May 2-13

Students will be excused from all classes on the day(s) they take an AP exam. The actual exams will start at 8:00 and at 12:00 each day in our gyms. Our Upper and Lower Commons will be crowded as students come and go because our school is also the testing site for Tesla STEM High School students.

The Eastlake High School JAZZ CABARET is BACK!

Mark your calendars for Friday, May 20th, 7:00-9:30 pm for the Eastlake Jazz Cabaret here in the EHS Commons. Come and enjoy fantastic jazz from our EHS Jazz Bands as well as jazz bands from Inglewood and Evergreen. Tickets are $10 for adults, $7 for students, senior citizens, and EHS staff. All tickets come with dessert, and attendees can purchase raffle tickets at the event for some awesome Raffle Basket items. Purchase Tickets Online: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/5446248
Student News
Drum Roll Please...... Eastlake Fall Musical is Beauty and the Beast!

Audition for EHS Drama’s Fall Musical, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast!

Auditions will be right after school on Wednesday, June 8th, with callbacks on the 9th and 10th.

  • Students interested in auditioning can sign up in B103 or email kawold@lwsd.org for a timeslot.
  • Students need to prepare a 1-minute monologue from a play or fairy tale and 16 bars of a song to sing.
  • Students cast in the show will be enrolled in the Production Workshop for 1st semester.

If a student is interested in working a crew position, email kawold@lwsd.org, and tathomas@lwsd.org.

An Evening of Concertos - May 14th

Join us for the return of Eastlake’s annual Evening of Concertos and Silent Auction fundraiser on May 14 at 7:00 pm in the EHS Theatre!  
 
This special concert features exceptional soloists from our own EHS orchestras and bands. This year’s soloists will include Scotia Ouellette (Violin), Siddhanth Chari (Flute), Matthew Reagan (Viola), Bernarda Basualdo (Cello), Shaan Chetanwala (Trombone), Linzi Zhou (Flute), and Lyle Deng (Violin), accompanied by our EHS orchestra and selected band students.  
 
Following the concert, a reception and a silent auction filled with fantastic items from local businesses and orchestra families will take place 
 
TICKETS can be bought at the door (cash only) or online at: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/5427159 Adults $15 - Student/Senior $10 – Middle School & Younger - Free  

The Deadline for Turning in Community Service Hours is May 19th, 2022

Students who would like to be included in our Spring 2022 Community Service Award List and seniors who would like to receive the Community Service Honor Cord for graduation need to turn in all community service hours by May 19th

Students from all grade levels can be included on the Award List if they have documented at least 50 hours. Inclusion on this list can be listed as an award on job, college, scholarship, and other applications. Due to Covid restrictions, seniors will require only 150 hours to earn the Honor Cord instead of the usual 200. However, students submitting 200 or more hours will still earn a spot on the top 200+ hour award list. Students can enter their hours at  www.ehs-service.org . Check the EHS community services webpage

For more information. Questions? Email PTSA Community Service Co-Chair-
Seniors - Class of 2022
For the most up-to-date information regarding Prom, Convocation, Destination Day, Scholarships and Graduation, and anything else Senior, please visit the Eastlake website Seniors Class of 2022 page. You will also be able to view the information presented at the Senior Class Meeting held today, May 6th on this webpage.
Library
Library Newsletter

May 2022 edition here
Eastlake Athletics
Read all about how our Wolves in action this past week - here.

Post Season Brackets

Fastpitch - KingCo bracket - May 6th game is a rainout, the bracket will be updated.

Baseball - WesKing bracket. Game vs. Glacier Peak 1 PM (5/7/22) tickets through GoFan.

2022-23 Dance Tryouts

  • Tryouts Clinics - May 7 & 14, 9am-12pm
  • Info Meeting - May 11, 7pm
  • Tryouts: May 18 thru 21, (6pm-8pm, 5/21 final tryout @12:30pm) 
  • EHS Dance team website

Eastlake Summer Athletics

Eastlake is offering summer training opportunities. Eastlake Summer Athletics sessions will run from May 31st until July 31st. Please note: Rising 9th graders can participate beginning June 4th.

For complete information and registration directions please visit the Eastlake website Summer Athletics here. Please view it prior to registration!

  • Register in FinalForms.
  • LWSD Summer participation fee is $50 payable here

Eastlake Sports Offering Summer Training:

Within the summer Sports Information form in your form set in FinalForms, you will select which sport you will be participating in. Please do not put a second choice unless you want to try to participate and pay for two sports. Please note: Eastlake does not offer Strength and Conditioning as a training option even though it is listed as one of the choices in FinalForms.

  • Boys Basketball
  • Girls Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Football - please note that you must register for this program and the Wolves Football Association to participate.
  • Girls Soccer
  • Girls Volleyball
  • Coed Wrestling
  • Eastlake does not offer Strength and Conditioning

The DEADLINE to REGISTER is June 10th
Eastlake Clubs
Visit the Clubs page on the EHS website for the most current list of Eastlake clubs.
Counseling News
Nami Presentation - May 13th

During the May 13th Wolf Times, the National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) will host its annual mental health presentation for all 10th graders. This organization will educate students on the importance of mental health and provide tools and resources to our students. All 10th graders are expected to attend this NAMI presentation.

Please note: Students who wish to opt-out due to the sensitive nature of some mental health topics can email mconroy@lwsd.org
College and Career News - Carol McGuigan
College and Career News
 
ASVAB Results Interpretation Session May 13, Wolf Time B
Eastlake will host a results-back interpretation session on May 13th during Wolf Time A for any students who took the 4/27 ASVAB. In addition to meeting graduation requirements, the ASVAB is a tool to help students explore career paths—college, certifications, apprenticeships, licensure programs, and the military—all in one place. During this optional session, our briefer will help students interpret their results, explain how to explore details about 1100+ careers, identify careers aligned with interests and abilities, and discover paths available to a wide variety of occupations. Interested students should sign up under McGuigan when the 5/13 FlexiSched is available.
 
Microsoft Program Management Workshop for Girls and Non-Binary Students, May 17
Eastlake Girls Who Code still have a few spots open for the Technical Program Manager Workshop, where Microsoft PMs will be coming to EHS after school on Tuesday, May 17 from 2:30-4:45 PM to teach. Sign up for this unique opportunity to learn from industry pros about what it means to be a member of this core engineering discipline that works closely with the developers, designers, customers, and marketing to ensure that great products are delivered to customers. The event will also feature a Q and A panel. All girls and non-binary students are welcome. Sign up on this form if you are interested! 
 
Students of Color Conference for 11th and 12th Grade Students of Color, May 20
Students of Color Conference ( see flyer) will be held at Cascadia College in Bothell, WA on Friday, May 20 from 11am-5pm. There will be a keynote speaker, workshops, and a tour of the campus. This opportunity is available for all students of color in 11th and 12th grade! So, Juniors and Seniors, if y'all are interested, and/or know any other students that will be interested, please fill out this registration form.
 
EHS ASB Art Award Application 2022 Submissions Due May 27
Each year, one graduating Eastlake senior is chosen by the Art Department to receive the ASB Art Award. This is a $200.00 award, in which the school purchases and frames one piece of original artwork from the awarded student for permanent display in the school. The qualifications for this award are:
  • Successful participation in upper-level art classes, completing at least through Advanced 2D Art or Advanced 3D Art with a B or higher; AP Art encouraged but not required. {Note: Seniors who have completed these levels in previous years are welcome to apply, even if they are not taking art this school year.)
  • Overall demonstration of work ethic, initiative, and consistent effort on a day-to-day basis, and positive contributions to the art studio/class environment
  • Art vision/creativity, technical skill, and growth/accomplishment (demonstrated through a 10-image portfolio of original artwork, which can be a link to an existing portfolio, or you can upload images)

In your application, please also include a PowerPoint file with clear high-quality images of 2-4 original works you would be willing to sell to the school if you are selected for this award. One work will be chosen by the Art Department, to be framed and labeled with your name for permanent display on campus. The student who receives this award must physically deliver the chosen artwork by Tuesday, June 15. If work is digital the student must supply a high-quality print of their work, 11x14" or larger. The work will be professionally framed and hung by the start of the next school year.
To be considered for this award, please complete the application, no later than 11:59 pm, Wednesday, May 27th. The award will be announced during Senior Celebrations on June 9th. Contact Mrs. Jay at dijay@lwsd.org or Mrs. Flagg at lflagg@lwsd.org with any questions.

College and Career Calendar
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