photo by Brandon Angliss

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
Dear Wolves,

Our coaches remain committed to providing an incredible experience for students in the pool, on the course or between the lines on the field or court. Our club advisors also commit themselves to providing an amazing experience for students, allowing them to learn while pursuing their passions. These activities also educate, teaching life lessons about effort, teamwork and perseverance, important concepts in our Eastlake Values.

Our athletic excellence has been led by our Girls State Championship Cross-Country team. Many of our Clubs continue to excel and positively represent our school, epitomized by our first ever Washington State DECA President, Suhani Nog.

A shout out to all the coaches and advisors who support our students in these important pursuits, and our Athletic Director Pat Bangasser and ASB Advisor Katrina Millet for their leadership.

WSPS

-Chris Bede, Principal
Daily Schedule
Daily Schedule - Week of November 15th thru 19th. Standard 5 day week schedule.

To view upcoming weekly schedules visit the Eastlake website here.
News from the Den
Term One Report Cards

Report cards will be available through Skyward after 9am on Wednesday, 17th November.
 
To View Report Cards:

From the LWSD Website
  1. Select Students & Families
  2. Skyward Student access/Family access
  3. Log in to Skyward
  4. Select Portfolio: Under T1 Report Card you can view your students report card.

Eastlake Drama Presents - Peter and the Starcatcher

EHS Drama's production, Peter and the Starcatcher opens on November 12th, with shows on the 12th, 13th, and 17th-20th at 7 PM and Saturday matinees at 1 PM.

Come sail along with pirates, sailors, mermaids, and mollusks in Peter Pan's origin story! Tickets are $8 and MUST be bought online 24 hours in advance (link below) or scan the QR code on the posters around the school. 

Student News
Wolf of the Month - October 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 by the teacher that nominated them.


Yearbook

Seniors! Don’t forget – send your submit your senior photos and quote! The earlier the better! Also, Senior Ads are now selling fast! Deadline Feb 1, 2022. 

Students, please continue to check your email! A list of surveys/polls were sent to you this week! Help make our yearbook even better by participating in a survey or poll that pertains to you! Deadline for these is Nov. 15! There will be more to come so please check out our Yearbook page OR follow us on Instagram/Facebook!

If you missed purchasing a yearbook the next sales window will be in December! Look for our announcements coming soon! 

ALL info is on the EHS website.
Library - Technology
Eastlake Library Newsletter - November 2021 edition

Wolf Time Library

Only students who sign up to be in the Library for Wolf Time can use the Library during Wolf Time so it can be as quiet as possible for those students.
Eastlake Athletics
NCAA Signing Ceremony Wednesday November 10th

Congratulations to the following students who signed Letters of Intent to play their sport in college.

From left to right - Leah Cupp – Softball, Edmonds CC; Sydney Grassi – Lacrosse, Iona College; Peyton Price – Soccer, Washington State University; Kira Prologo – Soccer, University of Florida; Samantha Sabin – Rowing, Gonzaga University; Maia Tabion – Soccer, Columbia University; Emily Van Valkenburg – Cross County/Track, Oregon State University; Will Woodward – Baseball, University of Washington

Photo credit, Bandon Angliss
Fall Sports - Success Continues!

Read all about our Wolves in post season action this past week here.

Winter Sports Begin Monday November 15th!

All registration must be complete to participate!

Wolves Madness - Tuesday, November 23rd 5:30 pm

Wolves Madness Tuesday, November 23rd 5:30 pm, Eastlake Main Gym and Commons. Students, parents, and fans - join us for a night of fun to kick off the Eastlake Wolves Basketball Season – the evening will include inter-squad scrimmages by each of the Eastlake High School teams! To add to the fun of the evening, the cheerleaders will be there to cheer them on, the dance team will take the floor for a performance, there will be youth competitions, concessions and pizza are available (cash only) and a silent auction! Admission is free. Show your spirit and wear your Eastlake gear or school colors! See you there! #WSPS 
Eastlake Clubs
Visit the Clubs page on the EHS website for the most current list of Eastlake clubs.
Counseling & College and Career Center News
Counseling News

LWSD School Foundation Hosting Thanks "Giving" Food Drive - November 13th

Click here for complete information.

Help for holiday meals?

Please contact your EHS Counselor if you would like assistance with holiday meals, supplies or other financial needs.

Introducing Eastlake’s new AP Coordinator

Please welcome Chase Covington! She is very excited to be here and is available on-site Wednesday and Thursdays. You can also reach her via email at chacovington@lwsd.org

College and Career News
 
Congratulations to Kirkland Investor Sharks Winners
The grand prize of $1500 was awarded to Eastlake’s very own Anuj Krovvidi for his company “Spaced Out. Ankhita Sathanur, Meha Shah, and Ikshita Sathanur and their company “English Support Network” won a $500 team prize. Cheers to you all and your entrepreneurial spirit. You make us proud!
 
Live Wednesday Virtual College Visits November 17
Seattle University: November 17 at 1 pm
Carnegie Mellon University: November 17 at 2 pm
Rice University: November 17 at 3 pm
 
November College Application Support Wolf Times
The last two opportunities for Wolf Time College Application support before the Thanksgiving break will be Friday, 11/19 (Wolf Time A) and Wednesday, 11/24 (Wolf time A). These are excellent opportunities to ask questions especially on the University of California and Cal State applications which have late November deadlines. Sign-up under McGuigan.
 
National Portfolio Day November 14, 12-4 pm, Seattle Center
Visit with counselors, admissions team members, and faculty from art and design schools for a review of your portfolio before applying to colleges or universities. This event is free and open to the public. Location: Seattle Center at the Armory Loft, 305 Harrison St, Seattle. Learn more.
 
NACAC Virtual College Fair November 14
The next NACAC virtual college fair is November 14th. Take advantage of this opportunity to interact with hundreds of colleges. Sign up.
 
November Financial Aid Information and Filing Events
Join one of the events listed below to learn more about financial aid, the FAFSA/WASFA, and to get help. 
 
Scholarship Spotlight—College Board Opportunity Scholarships
The College Board Opportunity Scholarship Program is designed to guide students through the college planning process and reward the effort they put into preparing. Tasks include building a college list, practicing for the SAT, completing the FAFSA, applying to college, and more. Learn more.
 
Opportunity Spotlight--Teens in Public Service (TIPS)
It’s not too early to start thinking about summer exploration opportunities. Teens in Public Service (TIPS) interns work with nonprofit organizations in a variety of roles to support their community and develop public leadership skills. Learn more about TIPS paid summer internships: Link to TIPS Application and FAQs.
 
Opportunity Spotlight—Community Health Professions Academy
The Community Health Professions Academy (CHPA) is an eight-session program which allows students to explore various health professions, including Public Health, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Neurotechnology, and Traditional Medicine. Sponsored by the Office of Educational Partnerships and Diversity in the University of Washington School of Dentistry, all students 8th-12th grade who live in Washington state are eligible to apply. Students will have opportunities to meet professionals in these fields and participate in hands-on activities. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most CHPA activities will be conducted virtually, and activity materials will be mailed to students. There may be an opportunity for in-person activities in the spring. The CHPA program starts in January each year and continues through May. This program is free of charge. Learn more and apply

College and Career Calendar
Find the latest on events, contests, scholarships, and more on the College and Career Center calendar.
Eastlake PTSA
28th Annual PTSA Holiday Bazaar

THANK YOU – We couldn’t have done it without you! 

The back-in-person 28th Annual PTSA Holiday Bazaar has concluded. The first ever outdoor market was a HUGE success thanks to our amazing community that came out during a very wet and somewhat windy day. Without your support and enthusiasm, this could not have happened.

Thank you to our artisans that gave an outdoor market a chance on the first Saturday of November. You can follow us on Facebook (Eastlake Holiday Bazaar), to find information about vendors that participated this year.

Thank you to all of our student and adult volunteers that helped make this event possible and enjoyable for our artisans and attendees. Thank you to all of our bakers. We raised almost $1,500, which will directly benefit students and teachers at EHS. Thank you to the Dance and Cheer team for kicking off the start of the bazaar. Thank you to all the volunteers that work behind the scenes.

Save the date for next year, Saturday, November 5, 2022. If you would like to get involved in planning/participating or take on a lead role, please email bazaarvolunteers@ehsptsa.org. We hope to be back indoors next year and want to make some creative changes to this cherished community event.
400 228th Ave N.E.,
Sammamish, WA 98074

Main office (425) 936-1500
Attendance (425) 936-1539