Tim Kight talks with students about using E + R = O tools to become ELITE Fun at the EES Fall Bash 2018 FFA at District 1 Soil CDE in Williams County EHS FFA members visit 2nd grade classrooms EHS Art students create a chalk mural outside the entrance to EES Marine Bio students meet the world-renowned oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle to hear about the goals of her Mission Blue organization  Congratulations to officers installed at EHS Tr-M Chapter Induction Ceremony 4th graders during NEST (Nurturing Emotional and Social Teaching) work cooperatively on an online escape room challenge Learning a second language...EHS  students teaching Spanish to 6th graders Friday night football fans! Superintendent Welker talks to students during Leadership class - the new middle school rotation course Welcome to "la familia"! Spanish I students work in familias to support each other in language learning. Lady Eagles volleyball 2018

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Our Journey to Build an ELITE Culture Continues

Another visit from Tim Kight had staff and students focused on R-Factor™ -- understanding the Outcomes we experience are directly tied to how we choose to Respond (the ‘R-Factor’) to the Events in our lives (E + R = O). Staff learned the importance of having a disciplined R, not a default R, while students learned the importance of seeing a goal and the path that is required to achieve that goal.   This day with Tim Kight was another step in our journey to build an ELITE school culture and pursue excellence each and every day!

Images below show high school students during their Kight talk; K-1 students serreading Kight with the fight song; and, 8th graders preparing for Tim Kight by researching how unexpected Events in the lives of famous figures prompted a Response.

 Kight with high school students    8th graders research famous figures and to learn how an unexpected Event in their life prompted a Response, which led to their Outcome.   

    K-1 sings fight song for Tim Kight

 

 

 
Basketball Clinic for Boys in Grades 1-4

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The Eastwood Basketball coaching staff and EHS team is hosting an instrutional program for boys in 1st-4th grades.  Click here to access the registration link and more details.

Looking for Volunteers for an OMA Art Therapy Program in conjunction with Otterbein Senior Living Community

Mrs. Moorman is looking for students who want to work with residents at Otterbein Senior Living Community in conjunction with Miami University OMA art therapy program. The program is implemented in group sessions: students will be working with seniors with dementia, one day a week (TBA) with the assistance of trained volunteers working on a one-to-one basis. The art-making sessions culminate in a gallery exhibition celebrating the artists’ accomplishments while educating the public about the creative capacities of people with dementia. If you need volunteer hours, this is a really unique and rewarding volunteer opportunity, Transportation available, please see Mrs. Moorman no later than Oct.12th for more details.

Please click the link below to see an amazing video about this program!

https://miamioh.edu/cas/academics/centers/scripps/community-connections/opening-minds-through-art/index.html

Below you can click and and print paperwork or Mrs. Moorman has a copy as well.

Detailed informatiion about the program:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hrgf7Qbh72a-UpGd7nMiODQXfh0hQtl0Xg5b5HJ0WTI/edit

Permission Slip:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rqz5rNrfCFWV_p0NS_CLyHm4sKhcHqrRKpv8eW YXAEM/edit

 

Youth Girls Basketball

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Current 3rd-6th grade grils interested in playing basketball as a Lady Eagle please see the informational flyers linked below.  

3rd & 4th Grade Girls Basketball information

5th & 6th Grade Girls Basketball information

Cash Raffle - Support EHS Band

The Eastwood Band Booster Cash Raffle is new and improved this year. Five tickets were sent home with each band student this week. Only a 1,000 tickets will be sold for $20 each. Some big additions this year are the Early Bird drawings that start the 2nd week of September (for students sellers, too), and continue every other week until the cash prize drawings on October 23 at the HS Marching Band Pops Concert. Tickets can be purchased from band members or online

Superintendent Email Updates

Community updates & announcements are sent out via email by Superintendent Brent Welker and can be found here on the district website under the About Our District tab.  If you would like to sign up to receive Mr. Welker's Community Updates click here to complete the sign up form.

School Calendar

2018-19 School Calendar 

2019-2020 School Calendar

The above links will take you to the single page at-a-glance view of the school year calendars.