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Art Show February 9, 10 & 16

This art show features the artwork of over a dozen NW Ohio High Schools.  Free and open to the public, this display of talent is a must see! 

For the Love of Art Show is Feb. 9th and 16th, 2019, 10am-4 pm & Feb. 10th, 12pm - 4 pm.

Art Show display  Art Show display

 

 

College Credit Plus Information

Click here for information about CCP courses available for grades 7-12 in 2019-20.  Intent to Participate forms are due April 1st.  To obtain CCP forms please contact the EHS Guidance Office at 419-833-3611.

After Prom Fundraiser

Please consider supporting this effort to provide a safe and fun opportunity for students..  Great opportunity to show your Eagle pride too!   Details can be found in the order forms linked below.  

Pretty Band Lanyards/Headbands

Eastwood Decals/Yard Signs

International Club Fundraiser - Ebates

Are you shopping online this holiday season?  If so, shop through Ebates and support Eastwood International Club.  View the flyer for more details.

EHS Wins Purple Star Designation

 

Purple Star Award icon

We were pleased to host the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Mr. Paolo DeMaria, as well as multiple other dignitaries and political officials for the presentation of the Purple Star award from the Ohio Department of Education. Eastwood was selected to host Mr. DeMaria for a student assembly where the banner was presented to Mr. Jim Kieper, EHS principal, and our students. The ceremony was streamed via Facebook and Twitter and can be viewed on You Tube.

The Purple Star is awarded for schools that are friendly to military families. Thanks to Mr. Kieper’s exemplary application, Eastwood was selected to host the announcement this year. There are several highlights to the presentation including comments from Lt. Colonel John Cupp, Supt DeMaria, and in particular Mr. Howard’s thoughts at the end.  Congrats to all those who had a hand in making the day possible!

Consider Supporting Eastwood's Art Dept.

Eastwood Local Schools Art. Dept

Please help support Eastwood’s Art Department by selling original Carruth Studio art.  These unique garden and home art pieces are handmade in Waterville, Ohio. Your purchase not only helps to support the Eastwood Art Department, but also helps support your local community!  

Please make all checks payable to: EHS Art Dept.  

Carruth Catalog

Orders & money need to be turned in by Nov. 28, 2018  

If you have any questions please contact:

Mrs. Moorman  jmoorman@eastwoodschools.org

Mrs.Tong  rtong@eastwoodschools.org  

Mrs.Speer  agullufsen@eastwoodschools.org

November 15 Evening Activities Rescheduled

We are cancelling all activities for today, November 15th, including the NHS Inductions. NHS Inductions have been moved to Monday November 26th at 7:00 PM in the HS Auditorium.

Eagles Eye is now online!

The Eagles Eye is no no longer avalable in a print format but there is a convenient online version of Eagle's Eye View that is available on all devices with internet connection.  A link to this online version is also a permanent link here on the website under the Quick Links menu.  

One Step Ahead September Newsletter

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

 

Financial Aid Night September 26, 7:00 pm

Financial Aid Night is for college bound seniors and their families who are seeking assistance in filling out the FAFSA, information about scholarships and understanding the cost of college. Eastwood is hosting our annual Financial Aid Night on Wednesday, September 26th in the high school auditorium from 7:00-8:00pm.

If you are unable to attend the presentation the full Google slide show is available here.

R Factor Students of the Month

The following students were nominated by one of their teachers for demonstrating the R Factor behavior listed below.

NO BCD - No Blame, Complain or Defend

Cora Renollet & Mia Stephenson

20 Square Feet - How a person influences their 20 square feet

Cole Good, Erik Fertig, Jada Jensen, Samantha Rost & Cortasha Richardson

E+R=O  Event + Response = Outcome

Jack Schling

Eagle Way - Belief, Behavior, and Outcome - 

Emily Zatko, Lyndsey Chandler, Blake Landis,  Moira Cunningham & Kaylee Halko

Press Pause - Taking time to think before Responding

Aaron Brooks

Embrace Productive Discomfort - Stepping out of your comfort zone to get better

Peyton Johnson & Cora Renollet

Eastwood High School Departmental Students of the Month

Congratulations to the following students on being nominated by their teachers as Departmental Students of the Month

Cortasha Richardson - English & Musical Arts - Choir

Kendra Hagg - Math

John Dilworth - Social Studies

David Deniston - Science

Mikayla Cully - Health & Physical Education

Cora Renollet - Agricultural Education

Sydney Lavigne - Visual Arts

Blake Landis - Applied Arts

Jessica Stewart - Musical Arts - Band

Jacob Meyer - Foreign Language

Brandon Hahn - Industrial Technology

Darren Wynn - Business Technology

2019 School Pictures & Yearbook Orders

Do you want a 2019 yearbook?  Click here to access the yearbook order form.  

All seniors must have their picture taken with Prestige in order to be included in the yearbook. Prestige will be at the high school on Wednesday, Sept. 19. There is no sitting fee or obligation to purchase.  To reserve a spot for pictures on the 19th, seniors must sign up using SignUp.

Any student who is not able to attend on the 19th will need to schedule a sitting at the studio. Call (419) 872-7550 for an appointment.   

Mark Your Calendar - Upcoming Waiver Day & 2 Hour Delays

One of the quotes used frequently by Tim and Brian Kight from Focus 3 is "Doesn’t Matter Get Better #DMGB."  Our teachers are committed to continual personal and professional growth so we have two dates in September and one in October for professional development.

  • September 13th – 2 Hour Delay
  • September 24th – NO SCHOOL – Waiver Day 
  • October 3rd – 2 Hour Delay 
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

Open House 2018/2019
Eastwood Elementary Open House
August 20th,Monday
Grades K-2 open house is @ 5:45pm - 6:45pm
Grades 3-5 open house is @ 7:00pm - 8:00pm
6th Grade Eastwood Middle School Orientation
August 21st ,Tuesday
6th Grade Orientation is @ 6:00pm
6th Grade laptop pickup is @ 7:00pm
Eastwood Middle School Open House
August 23rd, Thursday
7th & 8th Grade Open House is @ 6:00pm ~7:00pm
Eastwood High School Open House
August 23rd, Thursday 
Grades: 9th ~12th is @ 7:00 ~ 8:00pm
 
DISTRICT ARTS & TECHNOLOGY SHOW / STEAM NIGHT 2018

Eastwood Local Schools

District Arts & Technology Show
In conjunction with family STEAM NIGHT

@ EASTWOOD ELEMENTARY &
the middle school library and halls
May 15th, 2018

6:00 pm ~ 9:00 pm

Come enjoy the District Art Show & STEAM activities of hands-on science, technology, engineering, arts & math, experiences for students and families to engage in together.

Opening Reception/ STEAM FAMILY NIGHT:

Tuesday, May 15th 6:00 ~ 9:00 pm

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us through the Eastwood HS, MS and Elem. School Offices

~Mrs. Moorman, Mrs. Tong & Mrs. Speer

 

Calamity Day Lessons

Calamity lessons for Grades 3-12 are posted in Schoology.    

Calamity lessons for Grades K-2 can be accessed by clicking on the links below.

Kindergarten Calamity Lesson
1st Grade Calamity Lesson
2nd Grade Calamity Lesson
Mrs. Eckel's Calamity Lesson
Mrs. Straka's Calamity Lesson

Students have 2 weeks to complete calamity assignments. 

Class Shirt Order Forms
Student Council Sponsors Dress Donation Sale

The Eastwood High School Student Council is sponsoring a Dress Donation and Sale. All proceeds for the donated dresses will go to Children's Miracle Network (BGSU Dance Marathon). You can also choose to sell your dress to others that will be shopping. Dresses can be brought in before school to the Media Center the week of March 13th or between 6-7pm on Wednesday, March 15th. For those wanting to purchase dresses, the sale will be in the Media Center from 4-8pm on Thursday, March 16th. Contact Libby Dulaney (ldulaney@eastwoodschools.org) or Leah Tressel (ltressel17@eastwoodschools.org) with any questions.

2018 For the Love of Art Show

For the Love of Art 2017
Eastwood Student Artwork will be on Display
If you’re looking to see some amazing artwork from local youth and area artists, please stop in at the
Pemberville Opera House on 
February 11th (10:00 AM 4:
00 PM), February 12th (noon 4:00 PM)  
February 18th ( 10:00 AM 4:00 PM)

for the “Love or Art” exhibit. Admission is free and there is a great opportunity to shop at some
of the local businesses to beat the winter “blues”.

For the Love of Art

College Credit Plus Meeting

Eastwood will be providing information about the College Credit Plus program for all students grades 7 -12 on Wednesday, Jan 11th at 7pm in the high school auditorium. Intent to Participate forms, college websites to register, and additional testing information will be addressed.

Student of the Month - April 2018

Student of the Month - April 2018

Tori Martin-Crosby

Congratulations to Eastwood High School Senior, Tori Martin-Crosby, for being selected as the April Student of the Month for Eastwood High School. Tori is the daughter of Sean and Crystal Crosby and has consistently earned Honor Roll recognition with her 4.17 overall GPA. Her involvement in a variety of school activities mirrors her efforts to contribute as a leader within the community. Tori is a member of the National Honor Society (NHS), Tri-M Music Honor Society, Dance Team (Captain - 2018), Key Club, Encore, and Concert Choir. Rounding out her busy academic schedule and extra-curricular activities, Tori helps out her family at Pisanello’s Pizza in Pemberville on many occasions. Following graduation, Tori has enlisted with the Air National Guard - 180th Fighter Wing in Swanton and will attend basic training and the Tech School. In addition, Tori will attend Xavier University for pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice with the aspiration to work for the FBI, CIA, or other federal crime agency. There is no question that her efforts will lead to great opportunities following her time at Eastwood High School.

Tori

 

Student of the Month - January 2018

Congratulations to Eastwood High School Senior, Lauren Welker, for being selected as the January Student of the Month. Lauren is the daughter of Brent and Ellen Welker and has consistently earned Honor Roll recognition wit her 4.431 overall GPA. Her involvement in a variety of school activities reflect her genuine interest in taking advantage of all opportunities presented and mirror her overall efforts outside of the school setting. Throughout Lauren's years at EHS, she has been a member of the National Honors Society, Key Club, International Club, Art Club, Student Council, One Step Ahead, People Incorporated, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (Leadership Board), Fall Play, and Spring Musical. In addition, she has yearly participated on the Cross Country Team as well as the Track & Field Team earning league honors and recognition throughout her career. Outside of her school activities, Lauren also takes College Credit Plus (CCP) classes through BGSU and is involved in community service programs such as the Luckey Vacation Bible School, Project Success Reading Tutor, and Teen Court. Following graduation, Lauren anticipates attending either Heidelberg University or Wittenberg University to pursue a career in accounting while continuing her efforts to run Cross Country and Track.

Welker (January 2018)

Student of the Month - December

Congratulations to Eastwood High School Senior, Alec Graber, for being selected as the December Student of the Month for Eastwood High School. Alec is the son of Jon Graber and Sheri Morris and has consistently earned Honor Roll recognition during his time in high school. His involvement in a variety of activities and organizations certainly reflects his leadership efforts in both the school setting and the community. Alec demonstrates his talents as a member of the Varsity Golf (Captain) and Basketball teams, People Inc., Key Club, and National Honor Society (President). His leadership as a Captain and President in these respective organizations stems from his abilities developed as a past participant in the Buckeye Boys State and Carpe Diem Leadership Camp experiences. Within the community, Alec actively participates in his Church Youth Group, local Co-Ed Soccer League, and has worked as a Camp Michindoh Counselor. Following graduation, Alec has narrowed his search down to The Ohio State University or the University of Toledo with an anticipated major as a certified registered nurse anesthetist. There is no question that his efforts will lead to great opportunities at the collegiate level.

Graber Photo

Student of the Month - November 2017

Congratulations to Eastwood High School Senior, Grant Hirzel, for being selected as the November Student of the Month for Eastwood High School. Grant is the son of Ann and Steve Hirzel and has consistently earned Honor Roll recognition with his 4.2 overall GPA. His involvement in a variety of school activities mirrors his efforts to contribute as a leader within the community as he is involved in numerous organizations and programs. Grant showcases his talents in the classroom as well as the athletics/organizations at Eastwood High School. Actively participating in Golf, Baseball, Basketball, and National Honor Society (Vice-President) while also being involved with his church Youth Group all lead to a busy schedule. Following graduation, Grant has narrowed his search down to The Ohio State University, University of Dayton and the University of Cincinnati in a major to be determined at a later date. There is no question that his efforts will lead to great opportunities at the collegiate level.

Hirzel - SOM

Student of the Month - October 2017

Congratulations to Eastwood High Shool Senior, Catherine Wasylyshyn, for being selected as the October Student of the Month for Eastwood High School.  Catherine is the daughter of Mark and Jennifer Wasylyshyn and has consistently earned Honor Roll recognition with her 4.469 overall GPA.  Her involvement in various school activities reflect her genuine interest in the arts and mirror her overall efforts outside of the school setting.  Catherine is a member of the Concert Choir, Encore A Cappella group, Key Club, National Honor Society (NHS), Tri-M Music Honor Society, and the Spring Musical.  She actively participates in the St. Rose Youth Group, St. Michael Ukranian Catholic Church, and enjoys time riding her horse (Finnegan) on the hunter/jumper and equestrian circuit.  Following graduation, Catherine anticipates attending a college to be determined shortly while purusing a degree in Neuroscience and Psychology.  

Wasylyshyn

Student of the Month - September 2017

Student of the Month - September 2017

Madeline Booms 

Congratulations to Eastwood High School Senior, Madeline Booms, for being selected as the September Student of the Month for Eastwood High School..  Madeline is the daughter of Darin and Sharon Booms and has consistently earned Honor Roll recognition with her 4.426 overall GPA.  Her involvement in a variety of school activities mirrors her efforts to contribute as a leader within the community as she is involved in numerous organizations and programs.  Madeline is an integral member of our instrumental program (Marching Band, Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, Pit Orchestra, Pep Band, and Christmas Ensemble) while also continuing her invovlement with the National Honor Society (NHS), Swim Team, and Key Club organizations.  For the 2017/18 school year, Madeline is serving as the Field Commander for the Marching Band while further building her leadership skills to be on display in each of her other activities.  Within the community, Madeline participates in the Saint Thomas More Youth Group, Saint Rose Youth Group, Saint Rose Girls' Night, and the Giving Tree.  Following graduation, Madeline plans to attend a college to be determined shortly with a career path in the medical field.

 Madeline Booms

Congratulations to the "Class of 2017"

We wish the "Class of 2017" the best as they move forward with the careers beyond Eastwood High School. Although they've left the nest as an "Eagle", they will always be welcome to return for a visit to share their future experiences.

Best of luck to our entire "Class of 2017".

Graduation Picture 2017

Student Council Supports Mercy Children's Hospital

An alumni basketball game is being planned for March 25th (7:00 PM) between alumni from Eastwood HS and Otsego HS to benefit Mercy Children's Hospital. Student Councils from both buildings are organizing and working at the event. In addition to the entertainment of the game, there will also be a silent auction to raise additional funds to support this worthy cause.

For more details, please feel free to contact Mrs. Karen Smoyer (ksmoyer@eastwoodschools.org). We appreciate Mrs. Smoyer, the Student Councils from both buildings, and all of the participants in this upcoming activity.

Key Club Supports Leukemia & Lymphoma Society through Coin Drive

Appreciation is certainly extended to all of the students and staff who contributed to this year's Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Coin Drive sponsored by the EHS Key Club. Through everyone's donations, the group was able to raise $920 towards this worthwhile cause. When combined with the recent lollipop sales from the group, the Key Club will be making a total donation of more than $1,200.00 towards this organization.

Maumee-BG Elks Recognizes Eastwood HS Students

Congratulations is extended to Marisa Launstein, Jolynn Nissen, and Leah Tressel for being recognized by the Maumee-BG Elks Lodge in their Student of the Month Program. Following a luncheon held on December 15th, each student had an opportunity to speak about their successes, what they have learned from their experiences, and their future endeavors. Each one of these students truly represented the "Eagle Way" in their remarks.

 

Digital Citizenship - Parent Presentation

On September 12th, a representative from the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC), will be presenting assemblies to our students during the school day on the topic of Digital Citizenship. Digital Citizenship is the norms of appropriate, responsible technology use.

Community Review - EHS Textbook Adoptions

Eastwood High School has been in the process of evaluating textbooks with an online component to replace some of our current, and outdated, materials, as we move forward with future school years. After an extensive review, textbooks and related materials in the the courses of Algebra II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, and World History have been finalized. These resources will be made available for public review and placed in the Eastwood HS Media Center from May 9th - May 13th. If you would like to preview these new resources, please contact Mrs. Eaton (Eastwood HS Secretary) to schedule a time to come and preview these materials. The textbook adoptions will allow our students to access online versions of the textbooks as well as access a countless number of online resources and assessments to assist our teachers in meeting the needs of all students.

Honor Roll

Eastwood High School is proud to announce the Honor Roll students for the 4th Nine Weeks of the 2017-18 school year.  Congratulations on a job well done!  Click here for the honor roll list.

Academic Awards Program

The Eastwood High School Academic Awards Program will be held on Thursday, May 10th @ 7:00 PM in the High School Auditorium. This program is a terrific way to take time to recognize students for their academic accolades from the 2017/18 school year. A formal invitation has been sent to eligible students (and families) for this annual event. We look forward to a full house as we take time to recognize these amazing students and hope to see everyone in attendance.

Cheerleaders "Jump Over Cancer"

The Eastwood and Bowling Green High School and Middle School cheerleaders came together to battle cancer by participating in the 9th annual "Jump Over Cancer" activity to raise money to be donated to the American Cancer Society. During halftime of the varsity boys basketball game between Eastwood and Bowling Green held January 6th, the cheerleaders were "jumping over cancer" by seeing how many cheerleading jumps they could perform in 1 minute. Based upon the pledges received and other activities that occurred, the group raised $7,600 for the American Cancer Society which brings their 9-year total to more than $53,200. Congratulations to everyone who participated - and our sincerest appreciation to everyone who donated for this worthwhile cause.

EHS Students to Attend OMEA Honors Band

Congratulations is certainly in order for several EHS students who have earned membership in the 2018 Ohio Music Education Association - District 1 Honors Band. These students will be showcasing their talents with the other selected members throughout the region at a performance as part of the OMEA District 1 Honor Festival to be held on Saturday, February 18th at the Stranahan Theatre (7:00 PM). Congratulations to Jacob Booms, Luke Coffman, Aidan Stevenson-Powell, and Amanda Withrow on their wonderful accomplishment. Each of these students' recorded auditions placed them among the best 100 students in the 6-county district.

Cheerleaders to "Jump Over Cancer"

The Eastwood and Bowling Green High School and Middle School cheerleaders are coming together to battle cancer. They will be participating in their 9th annual "Jump Over Cancer" activity to raise money to be donated to the American Cancer Society.

Department Recognition - November 2017

Eastwood High School takes time each month to recognize students who are displaying an assortment of qualities or outstanding leadership and effort within the classroom setting.

Congratulations is extended to the following students: Emily Cajka (English), Emily Keiser (Math), Carmen Bejarano (Social Studies), Kaitlyn Young (Science), Connor Stewart (Visual Arts), Lauren Welker (Foreign Language), Reagan Schuerman & Cortasha Richardson (Musical Arts), Hannah Owens (Agricultural Education), Taylor Brooks (Computer Tech/Business), Blake Landis (Industrial Technology), Jacob Halko (Health/Physical Education), and Hannah Woda (Applied Arts).

Department Recognition - October 2017

Several students at Eastwood HS were recognized as Student of the Month - Department recipients for the month of October.  This program recognizes students who are displaying an assortment of qualities or outstanding leadership and effort within the classroom setting.  Congratulations is extended to the following students:  Chloe Kadas (English), Cody Collins (Math), Kaleb Dlugoleski (Social Studies), Natalie Nieschwitz (Science), Raymond Sherman-Jones (Visual Arts), Jacob D'Amore (Foreign Language), Noelle Hayes & Aaron Fleming (Musical Arts), Emma Finley (Agricultural Education), Robbie Bettinger (Computer Tech/Business), Hannah Friend (Health/Physical Education), and Blake Landis (Applied Arts).

Department Recognition - September 2017

Department Recognitions - September 2017

Each department has the opportunity to recognize students who are displaying an assortment of wonderful qualities or outstanding leadership and effort within the classroom setting.  We are pleased to recognize the following students for earning this recognition from their teachers for the month of September:

Congratulations is extended to the following students:  Nickole Dlugoleski (English), Emily Zatko (Math), Erik Fertig (Science), Griffin Coffield (Social Studies), Jose Vasquez-Cruz (Visual Arts), Connor Stewart (Foreign Language), Joshua Egnatuk & Amanda Withrow (Musical Arts), Cody Collins (Agricultural Education), Mason Steele (Computer Tech/Business), Isaac Badenhop (Health/Physical Education), Ian Downard (Industrial Technology), and Mason Frantz (Applied Arts). 

EHS Choir Rocks the "Q" Before CAVS Game

Members of the Eastwood HS Choir had a unique opportunity to sing our national anthem prior to the CAVS vs. Miami Heat basketball game on Monday, March 5th. The chance to be on the floor during the opening activities of a NBA game as well as getting a "behind-the-scenes" look at how everything is prepared for a performance was a wonderful experience for the students. Singing our national anthem is quite an honor, and having the opportunity to be announced and sing in front of a crowd of 20,562 fans was even more memorable.

HS Students Take a Closer Look at World War I

On February 22nd, students in our Honors World History classes had the opportunity to travel to the Wood County Historical Center and Museum to tour their World War I Exhibit. 

After Prom Meeting

The next After Prom meeting will be held on December 7th (7:30 PM) in the Media Center. Everyone is welcome to attend as the group continues to plan for a fantastic After Prom for our students as well as the many fundraisers that are scheduled.

Students Recognized at Maumee-BG Elks Lodge Luncheon

Congratulations is extended to Eastwood HS seniors Tyler Ruck, Hannah Sponaugle, and Logan Baugher for being selected to participate in the Maumee-BG Elks Lodge "Student of the Month" program. Following a luncheon on October 20th, each student joined their peers from neighboring Districts in speaking about themselves to the audience in attendance. Each student did a fantastic job in representing themselves.

Eagle Way Students Recognized

Several students were nominated by staff members for demonstrating characteristics associated with the “Eagle Way” (Do What's Right - Do Your Best - Treat Others the Way You Want to be Treated). Each student received a certificate, “Eagle Way” t-shirt, and $1.00 coupon (courtesy of Mr. Riley) to be used in the Eastwood HS cafeteria. Congratulations are extended to the following students: 9th Grade - Kyra Contris, Jessica Stewart, Faith Vermilyea, Amanda Withrow; 10th grade - Cory Coffman, Grant Hirzel, Jake Linhart, Shania White; 11th grade - Logan Baugher, Josh Bierley, Kenneth Cassaubon, Devin Orosco, Nick Radabaugh, Cassidy Schling; 12th Grade - Jonathan Bowlus, Sam Church, Nick Coffman, Josh Harper, Ryan Salazar, & Danielle Williams.

State Assessment Testing Dates

Students in various grade levels will be taking the state's 7 "End of Course" exams during the month of April. Specific details related to schedules and testing dates have been previously communicated to students and may also be found in the information being mailed home with report cards.

Eastwood Vocal Music Boosters - Raffle

The Eastwood High School Vocal Music Boosters are selling raffle tickets for a chance to win two (2) tickets to see Brantley Gilbert in concert on Thursday, February 18th at 7:00 PM at the Huntington Center in Toledo.  Raffle tickets may be purchased for $1.00/ticket and students/parents may enter as many times as they would like.  The drawing will take place on Friday, February 12th.  Please, see members of the high school choir or Encore to purchase your tickets.

 
Honors Band Selections Announced

Congratulations is extended to senior Alexa York for being selected for the Akron University Honors Band.  Alexa had the opportunity to rehearse and perform with this ensemble on December 4-5, 2015 under the direction of world renown composer James Curnow.  In addition, Eastwood High School is honored to have seven (7) band students selected to perform in the Bowling Green State University Honor Band on January 14-16, 2016.  Congratulations is extended to the following students:  Alexa York, Faith Hardy, Macey Fix, Madison Rogers, Amanda Withrow, JaeEun Schermerhorn, and Emmalyn york.  The Honors Band will be under the direction of John Whitwell (Professor Emeritus of Michigan State) and Kathy McGrady (retired Springfield HS Band Director).

Tri-M to Attend Ohio Arts Day

On April 6th, we welcomed State Representative Theresa Gavarone and Bill Behrendt (Executive Director from the Ohio Citizens for the Arts Foundation) for a tour of our building and the many facets of art education that occurs. Musical performances from small instrumental chamber ensembles and the EHS Jazz Ensemble as well as a visit to view students in action at pottery wheels in the art class and viewing many art projects on display were held. In addition, the EHS Tri-M delegation who will be attending the 2018 Ohio Arts Day in Columbus received some leadership training for this upcoming educational experience.

We wish Tri-M the best of luck on their upcoming visit and appreciate everyone within the arts department at Eastwood HS for their continued efforts.

Tri-M Ohio Arts Day

 

Department Recognition - December 2017

Each department has the opportunity to recognize students who are displaying an assortment of wonderful qualities or outstanding leadership and effort within the classroom setting. The following students earned this recognition from their teachers for the month of December:

JC McGaha (English), Reegan Harvey (Math), Katelyn Stanley (Science), Mia Stephenson (Social Studies), Nikol Polishchuk (Visual Arts), Robbie Bettinger (Foreign Language), Peyton Johnson & Faith Vermilyea (Musical Arts), Katelyn Konecny (Agricultural Education), Moira Cunningham (Computer Tech & Business), Cordelia Howard (Health/Physical Education), Lukas Wright (Industrial Technology), and Bryce Downey (Applied Arts).

Congratulations to everyone!

After Prom Committee Meeting

The next After Prom Committee meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, November 29th at 7:00 PM in the EHS Auditorium. Everyone's input and creativity is truly appreciated as our parents continue to provide a safe and enjoyable event for our students in the Spring.

Key Club Project Salutes Veterans

After many months of planning and discussions, Key Club had the opportunity last week to unveil their plaque to salute the brave military members who have graduated from Eastwood High School over the years. The plaque, located in our main lobby, is a great opportunity to reflect upon the dedication and commitment from each of these individuals.

Veterans Board

Eagle Buddy Program a Huge Success

Throughout the school year, several seniors took time to work in the classroom setting offering support and help with projects to the 5th Grade Eagle Program. The "Eagle Buddy Program" became a popular and exciting activity for our high school students to work with those from the elementary school program.

The picture below features those in our Class of 2017 who truly reflected the "Eagle Way" by working with their "Eagle Buddy" during this school year.

Eagle Buddy Picture 2017

"Eagle Buddies" Combine Talents for Project

Honors English 12 students have been working on their Cheyenne Indian movie scripts with the help of the EAGLE student parents. The seniors have been working with their EAGLE buddies for months teaching them about the Cheyenne Indians and the ways to solve the challenges of their time. Students were also challenged to solve a fictional invasion of the Rutherian aliens by creating policies to protect their towns. This simulated the take-over of the Cheyenne Indians' land.

 

Students Participate in Engineer-for-a-Day Program

On Tuesday, February 21, 8 Honors Chemistry, Honors Physics, and Honors Math students, as well as Mr. Hover and Mrs. Schneider-Sims, attended the Engineer-for-a-Day program hosted by The Technical Society of Toledo, Toledo Society of Professional Engineers, and the University of Toledo. During the day, students were given an overview of the many fields of engineering, the education and experience needed to pursue a career in engineering, as well as a job shadowing experience.

Office Hours - Winter Break

Due to the upcoming winter break, EHS will have limited office hours as follows:

December 22 - 7:30 to 3:30

December 23 - 7:30 to 12:30

December 26 - office Closed

December 27-30 - 7:30 to 3:00

January 2 - office closed

We wish everyone a very Merry Christmas & Happy New Year as well.

Department - Students of the Month (April)

Several students at Eastwood HS were recognized as Student of the Month - Department recipients for the month of April. This program recognizes students who are displaying an assortment of qualities or outstanding leadership and effort within the classroom setting. Congratulations is extended to the following students: Connor Oberhouse (English), Noelle Hayes (Math), Julissa Hernandez (Science), Chloe Kadas (Social Studies), JC McGaha (Visual Arts), Noah Hahn (Foreign Language), James Wasylyshyn & Hunter Browne (Musical Arts), Kyla McCoy (Agricultural Education), Emma Hall (Computer Tech/Business), Cole Pawlowski (Health/Physical Education), Caleb Stevens (Industrial Technology), and James Muhlbauer (Applied Arts).

 

Department Recognition - January 2018

Each department has the opportunity to recognize students who are displaying an assortment of wonderful qualities or outstanding leadership and effort within the classroom setting. The following students earned this recognition from their teachers for the month of January: Mia Stephenson (English), Austin Kieper (Math), Robert Hilt (Science), Hailey Wendt (Social Studies), Hailey Riter (Visual Arts), Mia Stephenson (Foreign Language), Yesmine Mrabet & Reegan Harvey (Musical Arts), Noah Hahn (Agricultural Education), Allison Lucas (Computer Tech/Business), Marc Jacob (Health/Physical Education), Justin Werner (Industrial Technology), and Hunter Gears (Applied Arts).

 

Congratulations to all of these students for their well deserved accomplishment.

Eagle Way Recipients

Acknowledging one another for accomplishments or modeling aspects of the "Eagle Way" is an important piece of a successful school culture and one that will continue to unfold as we move through the school year. Here are the students who have recently received the #EagleWay recognition:

Key Club Keeps Busy Over the Holiday Season

PresentsKey Club has been extremely busy throughout the entire holiday season. In November, members of the group took time to decorate Otterbein Portage Valley while most recently the group shopped for 10 Angel Tree recipients using over $400 of donations to buy the presents.

Currently, the group is collecting unwrapped toys for the Toledo Children's Hospital. All toys should be brought to Mr. Howard's room by Friday, December 22nd. In addition to each of these activities, Key Club will also be sponsoring their "Cookies for Kindness" event for all high school students during the lunch periods on December 21st.

Appreciation is certainly extended to all members of Key Club for taking the time this holiday season to support many local charities and efforts while spreading cheer to all ages.

EHS Takes Time to Salute Veterans

Veterans Day 2017

Time was taken to recognize the brave efforts and sacrifices of our Veterans and all military personnel during our annual Veterans' Day assembly that was held on November 13th. Members of the "Quilting Eagles" provided the ten (10) recognized Veterans in attendance with hand-made quilts as part of an ongoing tradition and our EHS Art Club students presented each Veteran with an American Flag glass pin to mark the occasion.

Key Club to Help with Hurricane Relief Effort

Key Club's current activity is to help provide some much needed supplies for the recent communities/areas impacted by the Hurricanes. With this in mind, supplies are being collected between October 4th - October 13th and may be dropped off with Mr. & Mrs. Howard. There are a variety of supplies being collected (i.e. - sunscreen, baby wipes, diapers, tissues, paper towels, dish soap, laundry detergent, paper products, garbage bags, etc.). Please see any Key Club member for specific details.

EHS Student Makes All-State Choir

Congratulations to Freshman Joshua Egnatuk for being selected to participate in the 2018 Ohio Music Education Association's All State Choir. Joshua, as part of a 160 member choir, will perform at the Annual Ohio Music Education Association Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, this coming February 2018. Joshua will spend many hours preparing for the event by attending several regional rehearsals as well as final rehearsals at the conference.

Key Calendar Dates to Start the 2017/18 School Year

Although we are just entering summer break, it's never too early to begin thinking about some key dates that will help everyone start off the 2017/18 school year successfully.  After all of the summer picnics, pool parties, and summer vacations - it'll soon be time to start another exciting year at Eastwood High School....

EHS Choir Students Add Voices to World Premier of Song

On Saturday, April 1st, 12 students will be presenting Eastwood at The University of Toledo High School Honors Choir. The choir, under the direction of Dr. Bradley Pierson, will spend the day working with renowned composer Jake Runestad. This will be an amazing experience for our students as they, and Mr. Runestad, will be composing a piece of music on the spot during the performance which will actually become the world premiere of the song. The students will perform this song, along with other choral selections, at the final concert that evening at 7:00 pm.

"Little Mermaid" Comes to Eastwood HS

Students and staff have been putting the finishing touches on this year's Spring Musical of the Little Mermaid. The show will be performed in the Eastwood HS auditorium on Friday, March 17th (7:00 PM), Saturday, March 18th (7:00 PM), and Sunday, March 19th (2:00 PM). Tickets are on sale in the high school main office during school hours for a price of $10/ticket.

EHS Takes Time to Recognize Veterans

On April 11th, several EHS students took time to recognize the military careers of several Veterans during a luncheon at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Pemberville. During the ceremony, 10 Veterans were recognized and presented with Quilts of Valor from the Quilting Eagles. The program was a wonderful way to bring the storied military careers of these individuals to the forefront and yet another way for our students to help remember the importance of the military.

We appreciate the Quilting Eagles for allowing us to participate in this annual program and look forward to our continued efforts to recognize all military personnel.

Veteran's Quilt Image

EHS Choir Students Take the Stage for OMEA Honors Choir

Congratulations is in order for several EHS students who have earned membership in the 2018 Ohio Music Education Association - District 1 Honors Choir. These students will be demonstrating their outstanding talents as a part of the OMEA District 1 Honor Festival to be held on Saturday, February 18th at the Stranahan Theatre (7:00 PM). The event is free and open to the public. Congratulations is extended to JaeEun Schermerhorn (Soprano I), Noelle Hayes (Soprano I), Catherine Wasylyshyn (Soprano II), Holden Ruck (Tenor), and Joshua Egnatuk (Tenor).

NHS Brings Joy to Many

National Honor Society (NHS) has been almost as busy as Santa's elves at the North Pole recently. This student group is involved in the Angel Tree Project based out of Pemberville and Luckey. Six "angels" have been adopted this year so that the holiday season will be a little brighter for some.

In addition, the group has been organizing a canned food drive with all donated items collected being distributed to the food banks in Pemberville and Luckey prior to winter break. This year's donation of 2,026 cans and approximately $312.00 will certainly help many in our communities. This annual tradition has been a great way to help provide meals to those in need.

NHS canned food drive

Key Club Collecting Pop Tabs for Charity

The EHS Key Club continues their efforts to support a variety of important causes and their latest endeavor is the collection of pop tabs to support the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northwest Ohio. This particular organization helps families stay together while undergoing medical treatments.  Everyone is encouraged to bring in their pop tabs and place them in the collection boxes in the HS office and cafeteria.

Homecoming Week Activities

Student Council is busy planning for the upcoming Homecoming week's "Spirit Day" activities and the Homecoming Dance that will be held on Saturday, October 14th. A great deal of thought has already gone into this year's theme "Under the Autumn Moon" and all of the various activities. Here's a quick list of the "Spirit Day" activities for the upcoming week:

  • Monday, October 9th: Pajama Day
  • Tuesday, October 10th: Prep/Frat Day
  • Wednesday, October 11th: Flannel Day
  • Thursday, October 12th: Monochromatic Day
  • Friday, October 13th: Class T-Shirt Day

Appreciation is certainly extended to all the staff and members of this year's Student Council for their combined efforts in making this year's Homecoming event a memorable one for all.

#Helping Houston

The OHSAA #HelpingHouston event is scheduled for Friday's game vs. Elmwood. With this in mind, both schools are teaming up for the Hurricane Relief Event with donations from the 50/50 raffle being given to #HelpingHouston on behalf of Eastwood HS and Elmwood HS. All proceeds will be donated to the American Red Cross.

We look forward to everyone coming out to support our students on Friday night and supporting this great cause.

Bleed for the Band

The Eastwood Band Boosters will be hosting a blood drive on June 17th, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church from 9am-3pm. They are calling it, "Bleed for the Band." The band will receive $10 for each donation paid to them by the Red Cross. This is a great fundraiser, as it benefits both the band and the Red Cross. The band is actually in the Fireman's parade the same day as the blood drive, so they are hoping to get as many non-band members, staff, parents, etc as possible to fill all the spots.

Summer Office Hours

Summer Office Hours are daily from 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM should the need arise to contact the high school office. Please, keep in mind that the main office will be closed from July 2nd - July 9th due to summer cleaning. There may be additional days throughout the summer months in which the main office will be closed this summer. Should you need to contact someone, please call ahead (419-833-3611) and leave a message or send an email directly to the individual as needed.

EHS Concert Band Advances to State

The Eastwood HS Concert Band received an overall rating of "Superior" (I) for their recent performance at the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) District Large Group Competition held on March 3rd. According to the OMEA rating description a Superior rating is earned for " an outstanding performance, with very few technical errors and exemplifying musical expression. This rating is reserved for the truly outstanding performance".

The ensemble received straight Superior (I) ratings from all three judges on the floor as well as a Superior (I) rating during their sight-reading portion of the adjudicated event. The Concert Band will travel to Findlay HS for OMEA State Competition on April 28th. We certainly wish the ensemble and their Directors (Mr. Brian Myers & Mr. Jon Roode) the best of luck.

Cheerleaders "Jump Over Cancer"

The Eastwood and Lake High School and Middle School Cheerleaders came together to battle cancer on February 17th by participating in the 8th annual "Jump Over Cancer" activity to raise money to be donated to the American Cancer Society.

Eastwood HS Band - Chocolate Sale

Happy Holidays! The Eastwood Band Booster Chocolate Bar fundraiser begins Tuesday, December 20, 2016. These bars will sell for $1.00 each and there are a variety of flavors available: milk chocolate, dark chocolate, crunch, caramel, and almond.

The chocolate bars will be available from any participating band member until February 20, 2017. This fundraiser helps the band pay for instruments, uniforms, scholarships, and more. If you do not know a band member, you can still get chocolate by contacting Aaron Beard (419-280-9791 or thebeards2008@yahoo.com). Arrangements can be made for delivery or pick up.

Thank you for helping Eastwood Band students be successful.

FFA Banquet 2018

The Eastwood High School FFA Banquet was held on Sunday, April 8th following a catered meal provided by the Riverview Banquet Center. FFA Officers facilitated the evening with student presentations and awards given to those associated with the FFA Program. Overall, approximately 350 students, families, school/District personnel, local businesses, and merchants were in attendance to help recognize the collective efforts of the Eastwood HS FFA program. Congratulations is certainly extended to all the FFA members and their advisor (Jerry Swartz).

Key Club Collecting Pop Tabs for Charity

The EHS Key Club continues their efforts to support a variety of important causes with the endeavor of collecting pop tabs to support the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northwest Ohio. This particular organization helps families stay together while undergoing medical treatments.

Everyone is encouraged to bring in their pop tabs and place them in the collection boxes in the HS office and cafeteria.

Music Department - Sounds of the Holidays

Perhaps, one of the highlights of the holiday season is enjoying the wonderful music that accompanies the season. The talented instrumentalists and vocalists in our high school music program have been busier than Santa and his elves with all of their scheduled performances. Members of the ensembles have been seen all over the area with performances at locations including the Toledo Zoo Lights Festival, Pemberville Holiday Parade, and the recent Holiday Senior Citizen luncheon. With each performance, the students (and Directors) have truly showed off their amazing talents while putting everyone in the holiday spirit.

EHS Music

OSA Received Award from County Commissioner

Congratulations are certainly in order for One Step Ahead (OSA) and Hannah Madaras (advisor) for being the recipient of a Proclamation/Award from the Wood County Commissioner's office for their dedication and efforts throughout the year. Eastwood HS was selected as this year's recipient for all schools in the county - and for all county students - based upon the group's collective efforts with all of their amazing activities.

OSA Award Day

Pizza & Profession

This year, Eastwood HS has started a program called "Pizza & Profession" which furthers our efforts to connect our students with possible career choices upon graduation. The program started off last week with Mark Radabaugh, owner of Amplex Internet Services, speaking to a group of students on careers related to technology and small business ownership.

Yearbook Staff in Search of Pictures

In order to get as many students as possible in the yearbook, the Yearbook Staff is always in search of pictures. If you would like to share your photos and possibly get them published in the 2018 yearbook, please go to the yearbook photo submission page  Jostens yearbook photo submission page to upload high resolution images.  

Financial Aid Night for College Bound Seniors - September 20th

This event for college bound seniors and their families will offer assistance in filling out the FAFSA as well as share information about scholarships and the cost of college. Please join us on Wednesday, September 20th in the high school auditorium from 7:00-8:00pm. Elizabeth McMaster from BGSU’s financial aid office will be our guest speaker for this event. 
 

Alumni Chat a Success

On Tuesday, May 16th the high school English and Guidance Departments hosted an Alumni Chat during the junior and senior English periods in the Media Center. Students were able to use the entire period to ask questions of the alumni regarding the do's and don'ts of college life in order to help them in their college and career search process. On behalf of Eastwood High School's English and Guidance Departments we wanted to thank the following students for coming back and helping us with this event. Most of these students stayed the entire day:

  1. Mackenzie Albright '16 attending University of Toledo
  2. Samuel Church '16 attending Ohio Christian University
  3. Sierra Corns '15 attending University of Toledo
  4. Elena Kirkbride '15 attending Bowling Green State University
  5. David Krukemyer '15 attending The Ohio State University
  6. Natalie Reidling '16 attending New York University
  7. Brianna Rost '16 attending The Ohio State University
  8. Elly Schnitker '15 attending Bowing Green State University
  9. Megan Welker '16 attending Bowling Green State University

Senior Chat 2017

Eastwood Veterans’ Memorial Recognition Board

Eastwood High School would like the opportunity to honor all of the brave men and women who have graduated from Eastwood or the schools that now make up the Eastwood district and served in the armed forces after graduation. This would also include any individuals who attended a district school but did not graduate due to their military service.

Eastwood Jazz Festival April 21st
Evening of jazz with saxophone
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The ​6th Annual Eastwood Jazz Festival will be held Saturday, ​April 21, 2018.  Joining Eastwood High School will be Oak Harbor, Rossford and North Baltimore Jazz ​Bands and we are thrilled to have the Toledo Jazz Orchestra Quintet closing the evening.  Silent auction opens at 5:15pm with dinner beginning at 6:00pm.  Purchase tickets in the ​Eastwood High School​ office, from an Eastwood Band member, or from participating band directors by April ​9th.  Proceeds Benefit the Eastwood Band Boosters and ​participating ​bands.  See the event flyer for more details.
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2018-2019 Course Description Book
College Credit Plus Parent Meeting

Eastwood will be providing information about the College Credit Plus program for all students grades 7 -12 on Wednesday, January 10th at 7pm in the high school auditorium. Intent to Participate forms, college websites to register, and additional testing information will be addressed.

Representatives from Bowling Green State University, University of Findlay, and Owens Community College will be available to answer questions after the presentation. There will also be students who are currently enrolled in CCP courses speaking as well as staff who are teaching CCP courses at the high school.

If you are unable to attend the event or if you have questions, please contact your student's School Counselor - Mrs. Schuessler (A-K) or Mrs. Maas (L-Z).

FFA Greenhand Ceremony

Congratulations is in order for the 37 students in the Eastwood HS - FFA program who received the first of four degrees in the FFA, which is the Greenhand Degree during an Induction Ceremony that was held on November 7th. During the ceremony, Ohio FFA Secretary, Koleson McCoy, provided the keynote speech and some members of the FFA recited the FFA Creed as well as participated in the Greenhand Quiz contest.

Quiz Bowl Team Makes TV Appearance

Members of the High School Quiz Bowl Team competed in the Academic Challenge competition on September 28th at Channel 24 in Toledo. The airing of the program will be Sunday, October 8th and Sunday October 15th at 11:00 am.

EHS Recycles

Throughout the course of the 2016/17 school year, students and staff at Eastwood HS took time to collect recyclable materials that would otherwise have made it into landfills. With the help of the students and Mr. Keith Madaras (Science teacher), we were able to further our efforts to support this program. Overall, here are the past two years worth of results to show what has not gone into our Waste Management trash dumpster:

  • 2015/16 - 77 bags plastic, 14 bags aluminum
  • 2016/17 - 105 bags plastic, 19 bags aluminum

We appreciate all of the collective efforts of everyone and look forward to building upon our success as we move forward into the upcoming school year.

2017 Graduation Photos

The 2017 Graduation photographs are available online for purchase.    Visit the LifeTouch website to view photo proofs and place an order.  

 

Pizza & Profession

This year, Eastwood HS has started a program called "Pizza & Profession" which furthers our efforts to connect our students with possible career choices upon graduation.

We were delighted to have Dr. Tanya Beard (EHS graduate - Class of 1994) speak to our students this week regarding the field of nursing. Dr. Beard shared her educational pathway to her current position as well as offering feedback and guidance to those in attendance of specific courses and programs to consider. Having community members take time from their busy schedules is truly appreciated and is yet another example of what makes the Eastwood community such a fantastic place.

Kevin Hines Speaks to EHS Students

On October 4th, students/staff from the high school and middle school had the opportunity to hear a wonderful - and moving - presentation regarding Mental Health Awareness from Kevin Hines. The speaker, sponsored by Project AWARE and the Wood County ESC, shared his personal story that was filled with personal struggles and triumphs. His message was simple....we are all important and sincere acts of kindness and compassion are always needed to support one another - even in the darkest of times.

Hines Photo

View & Order Pictures from EHS Events

EHS photo collage

 

Parents, students, and coaches can access pictures taken by Lifetouch at school events by going to lifetouchevents.com and entering the password: EASTWOODWP.

 
May Newsletter - One Step Ahead & JTI

Read about the latest activities and achievements of Eastwood
One Step Ahead and Junior Teen Institute in the May issue.One Step Ahead Members

2018 Yearbook Order Form

The yearbook staff is busy planning and laying out a 136-page full color yearbook!  Deadline to order a yearbook with personalization and for the $55 price is Friday, December 29th.  View the yearbook flyer for details and ordering information. 

Eastwood International/Domestic Travel 5 Year Forecast Meeting - October 23

As our world becomes increasingly interconnected, it is critical for our students to become more culturally aware, explore new ideas and grow their potential. Students who participate in this opportunity will grow their social skills, connect to their studies outside of the classroom and set themselves apart when applying to college and their future careers.  Grades 4th ~ 12th are invited to an informational meeting  on Monday, October 23rd, 2017 in the HS Auditorium at 7:00 pm.   With that being said, a 4th grader will be a freshman in 2022.  This forecast for our global travel plan will give parents and students a realistic opportunity to plan and save for the trip they choose to go on. 

Please email: Mrs. Moorman at: jmoorman@eastwoodschools.org if you would like to attend the meetng or if you cannot make the meeting but would like more inforamtion.  
~ Mrs. Moorman, Mrs. Dulaney & Mrs. Streacker,  International Club Advisors

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.

Twitter @ EHS

In addition to our website and emails/newsletters, Eastwood High School and the Eastwood Local School are both using social media to help spread the word about all of the fantastic happenings. Please, plan on following us through these links:

@EHSEaglesInfo (Eastwood HS)

@ELSEaglesAD (Ahtletics; Grades 7-12)

@els_eagles (Eastwood District)

 

Follow EHS on Twitter

In addition to our websites and emails/newsletters, Eastwood High School and the Eastwood Local Schools are both using social media to help spread the word about all of the fantastic happenings. Please, plan on following through these links:

@EHSEaglesInfo (Eastwood HS)
@els_eagles (Eastwood District)


By connecting with us through social media, you can get the latest (and greatest) news as we recognize our collective efforts. You might even get to see a photo of your favorite athlete, musician, or staff member at some point receiving some well deserved accolade.