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Bird's Eye View of K-5 Building Construction

District Arts & Technology Show 2017 ~ May 4th


K ~ 12 Student artwork will be on display in the  


Opening Reception: Thursday, May 4th 5:00-9:00pm

(Meet and greet the Art Dept. on Thursday, May4th:

Mrs. Moorman, H.S., Mrs. Tong, M.S. and Mrs. Gullufsen, Elem.)

Open Hours

Thursday, May 4th: Opening Reception 5:00 ~ 9:00pm

  Friday, May 5th: Open from 7:30 a.m. till noon



A Special Performance is Music to Students' Ears

Toledo Orchestra Percussion Trio performs at Pemberville Elementary


Pemberville Elementary students enjoy the music of the Percussion Trio from the Toledo Orchestra.

This special event was part of the school's celebration of Music Month. 

Cheerleaders Sponsor Jump Over Cancer Jump Over Cancer

Eastwood and Lake cheerleaders are coming together to battle cancer in their 8th annual “Jump Over Cancer” activity to raise money for the American Cancer Society. During halftime of the varsity boys game between Eastwood HS and Lake HS on Friday, February 17th, Cheerleaders from both schools will be “jumping over cancer” by seeing how many jumps they can do in one minute.  All High School and Middle School cheerleaders are taking donations and will collect donations during halftime of the game as well as after the game on February 17th.  

We look forward to this annual event and hope that you will join us in our fight against cancer.

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

Choir Concerts Postponed - New Date is Sunday, Dec. 18 Musical notes

Middle School Choir will perform at 2:30pm and the High School Choir at 4:30pm.  Both will be in the EHS auditorium.

Hard At Work on the Building Site

Undefeated Champs! Go Lady Eagles!

Construction Update

New Building Construction News

The K-1 entry is pictured below, along with preparing to pour the floors for the K rooms.  The project is moving along nicely!


EHS Fall Sports Info

Fall Sport Preseason Meeting is on Wednesday, July 27th at 7pm in high school auditorium. Fall Sports practices begin August 1st.  Fall Sports Picture Day is August 16 - information will be sent home soon regarding scheduling and purchasing of pictures.

EHS Football Team Lends a Helping Hand

Below you will see pictures of our Football Team helping out High School Secretary Jody Eaton by putting away all of these boxes of paper.  Thank you to these young men and the coaches for their help -  a job that would have taken Mrs. Eaton and others hours to move, and they got it done in 20 minutes!



New Bleachers

A fantastic upgrade to the Middle School gym.  A lot of work going on this week to replace the bleachers.


Great week of basketball camp! 

Eastwood Graduate's Work in Guatamala is Featured in UToledo News

Eastwood grad Jessica Schulte, now a graduate student in public health at the University of Toledo, traveled to a remote village in Guatamala doing research to earn her global health certificate.  She spent a week in a medically underserved community and her story is amazing.  Jessica's experience and research work has been featured in this video issue of the UToledo Closeup prograam.


Early Release May 27th

 We will have an early release Friday, May 27, the last day of the 2015-16 school year.  The Middle School and High School will dismiss at 1:15pm and the elementary buildings at 2:30pm.

Arsenal Soccer Club Tryouts June 1 & 2 Arsenal Soccer Club Tryouts June 1 & 2
Eastwood Youth Soccer Registration

Online registration for the Fall 2016 Season runs June 1-15.  Registration is open to children who are between the ages of 3 and 13 by July 31, 2016.  Fall season games will run from August 29th through October 16th with tournaments to follow for U-8 and above.  Register at eastwoodsoccer.org – click on Registration to begin the process.  All registrations must be completed online before the deadline of 11:59 p.m. on June 15th.  For questions, contact us by email at eastwoodyouthsoccer@gmail.com.

Eastwood High School Senior Art Show 2016

Please join EHS Seniors, Wednesday May 18, 2016 at the Pemberville Library from 6 ~ 8 pm.  All senior student artwork, will be on display through Thursday May 26th, 2016.

April Prevention Education Newsletter

Construction Update - First Floors Poured


Eastwood Sports Teams Committed to Community Service

Eastwood student-athletes are committed to giving back to the community to show their gratitude for all of the support the community gives them throughout the year.  

The boys soccer team helped Pemberville United Methodist Church to prepare for a holiday sale.

The girls golf team helped out at the Light the Night cancer walk.

The cheerleaders went to Otterbein Portage Valley to visit patients and help put Halloween candy into bags so the patients could pass it out for trick-or-treating. 

The Football team helped set up and tear down for the Luckey Fall Fest and they help coachthe 5th and 6th grade Flag Football. Team.


Eastwood Twitter Spotiights a Positive School Culture #EAGLEWAYDECEMBER Eastwood Eagle

In the month of December we are highlighting some of the great work being done by our students and ways they are modeling the Eagle Way. Enhancing our school culture is a critical element in our efforts to improve overall student performance.  Developing strong independent adults who can manage the vast challenges of the 21st Century is our mission. So this month we are tweeting about culture and the Eagle Way - sharing how our kids are going the extra mile and giving their best in the classroom.  All tweets are using the hashtag #EagleWayDecember so please tune in to learn about the amazing things our students and teachers are doing!

2017 District Committees

Two important groups that assist in planning the district's future - the Business Advisory Council and the Facilitaties Task Force - are seeking new members.  The next Business Advisory Council meeting is on Wednesday, January 18th at 7:00 PM and the Facilities Task Force meeting is  Wednesday, January 25th at 7:00 PM.  Both meetings will be held in the bus garage conference room.  If you are interested in joining one of these committees please contact Mr. Welker.

Eastwood Quiz Bowl Team Victorious

Click the Academic Challenge image below to view the full Academic Challenge episode.  Outstanding performance by the Quiz Bowl Team!

Academic Challenge: Danbury v. Eastwood

4th Annual Eastwood Jazz Festival - May 6th

Musical notesEnjoy performances by Eastwood, Oak Harbor, Rossford and North Baltimore HS jazz bands and we are pleased to pleased to welcome the Toledo Jazz Orchestra Quintet to close the evening.  

Dinner & Entertainment $30, Entertainment only $15.  Purchase tickets at ​Eastwood High S​chool or from participating band directors by April 25.

The Jazz Festival has grown each year with last year's Festival being nearly a sell-out. Come enjoy some great food and an evening of jazz! See this flyer more details.  

Proceeds Benefit the Eastwood Band Boosters & Participating Bands.

Student Laptop Distribution Meeting - All 8th Graders and New High School Students

Before receiving district-provided laptops, students and their parents/guardians must attend one of the laptop distribution meetings and pay the $25 insurance assessment.  Dates for these meetings are: Tuesday, August 23rd at 9:00 and Wednesday, August 24th at 5:00 in the Middle School cafeteria (select one to attend).  Click here to view the Laptop Policy Handbook and access the Laptop Agreement Signature Page (this agreement, on the last page of the Handbook, must be signed by parents and students and turned in to Eastwood before students receive their laptop).  


Eastwood Scramble Golf Outing Eastwood Scramble Golf Outing

The Scramble will be at Tanglewood on Saturday, July 30.  Click here for the event flyer.  Proceeds will help support Ed Jordan's recovery from major surgery.  Ed has worked at Eastwood for over 25 years.  He is a 1983 graduate of Eastwood and Penta.  

Video Tours of the New Elementary Buildings

Take a virtual tour above AND through the construction site!


Out in the Community - Senior Citizen Lunch

 The Pemberville Student Council served a holiday lunch to  the Senior Citizens at Bethlehem Church.


Choir and Band Members Earn Distinguised Ratings at OMEA Solo & Ensemble

Exceptional performances by Eastwood High School Band members and Choir students at the 2017 District I Ohio Music Education Association High School Solo & Ensemble Competition held Saturday, January 28 at Lake High School resulted in high ratings.  Band members earned 16 superior, 11 excellent and 2 good ratings and Choir members earned 3 superior and 1 excellent rating.  Congratulations to the students, Mr. Myers, Director of Bands and Mrs. Conklin, Director of Choirs!  

2017-18 School Calendar

Click here to access the 2017-18 School Calendar.  This is the single page at-a-glance view.

EHS Choir Sings National Anthem At Cleveland Cavs Game

Eastwood High School Choir sang our national anthem prior to the CAVS vs. Miami Heat basketball game on Monday, March 6th. 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.

Congratulations to the choir members, Mrs. Jennifer Conklin, and the chaperones for helping to represent the "Eagle Way" for the evening while in Cleveland.

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Choir Fundraiser - Buffalo Wild Wings in BG on April 12th Musical notes

On Wednesday, April 12th, Eastwood Choirs is holding a fundraiser at Buffalo Wild Wings in Bowling Green on Wooster Street (across from the Stroh Center).  Please print off and bring this flyer with you to dine any time between 5:00 and 9:00 pm and they will donate 15% of the total to the Eastwood Vocal Music Boosters.  Please help support our Choirs! 

Cross Country Team Fundraisers
The Cross Country team will be selling items as part of this year's Pemberville community garage sale. Their sale will be held at 310 W. Front Street from 9:00-5:00.
The team is also sponsoring a clothing and fabric drive for the Easter Seals. There will be either a red or white 16' Easter Seals truck parked somewhere in Pemberville from Friday through Monday. Everyone (especially those having garage sale clean up on Saturday evening!) is encouraged to donate bags of clothing, blankets, comforters, old curtains, table cloths and leftover fabric.
Annual Eastwood High School Alumni Band Annual Eastwood High School Alumni Band

The 12th Annual Eastwood High School Alumni Band will be held Friday, August 26th when the Eagles host Start High School. Social time will begin in the HS gym at 5:15 p.m., followed by rehearsal at 6:00 p.m.. Pregame begins at 6:45 p.m., with kickoff at 7:00 p.m.  Additional information and registration can be found at band.eastwoodschools.org/forms.

Financial Aid Meeting for College Bound Seniors Financial Aid Meeting for College Bound Seniors

Financial Aid Night is for college bound seniors and their parents/guardians who are seeking guidance in filling out the FAFSA, information about scholarships and understanding the cost of college. Eastwood is hosting our annual Financial Aid Night on Thursday, September 8th in the high school auditorium from 7:00-8:00pm. Eric Bucks from BGSU’s financial aid office will be our guest speaker for this event.

Construction Update

Ready for 2nd floor concrete floors, exterior brick, gym roof, and the kitchen floors!


Eagle's Eye November Issue

Click the Eagle's Eye link on the left sidebar to read current and past issues.

Help Needed! Ticket Sellers and Concession Stand for Basketball Season Eastwood Eagle

The athletic department could use some help with selling tickets for home games and in our concession stand for Boys and Girls Basketball. If you are interested in helping to sell tickets please contact Assistant Athletic Director Sharon Dudley at sdudley@eastwoodschools.org. If you would like to volunteer to work the concession stand please contact Jody Eaton at jeaton@eastwoodschools.org .  Thank you for your support of Eastwood athletics - Go Eagles!


NHS Sponsors Food Drive

Students in the National Honor Society were just one of many student groups who made some charitable donations to local organizations this holiday season. Recently, the group collected and sorted items for the food drive and delivered them to the church in Pemberville in support of the local food bank and Angel Tree.

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Facilities Update February 2017 Facilities Update

Eastwood Elementary construction is moving along quickly now. Since it is difficult to appreciate how much is getting done inside the building when you look at it from the road, click here to take a peek at all that is happening inside.  


EHS to Create Memorial Board for Veterans Thank You Veterans with flag

Eastwood High School is creating a memorial board to honor all of the brave Eastwood men and women who have served in the armed forces.  Please help EHS gather the names of Eastwood veterans by calling, emailing, or stopping by the high school office with the name, year of graduation, and branch of service of any veterans  you know. The high school phone number is 419-833-3611, or you can email nhoward@eastwoodschools.org

News from Junior Teen Institute and One Step Ahead Programs

JTI Retreat 

Learn how Eastwood students are excelling in leadership and volunteer efforts!  The March Wood County Prevention Newsletter shares some great news and events happening at EHS and EMS.  

Tri-M Chapter Induction Ceremony

Eastwood High School Tri-M Chapter #5458 held its Induction Ceremony Sunday, September 25 at the Pemberville Opera House. The Tri-M Music Honor Society is a program of the National Association for Music Education. It is an international music honor society for secondary students. It is designed to recognize students for their academic and musical achievements, reward them for their accomplishments and service activities, and to inspire other students to excel at music and leadership in their school and community.  Congratulations to these talended musicians!

Whoo, Whoo... or is it What is in the Owl Pellet?

Science in action!  Mrs. Pease's and Mrs. Selhorst's first grade classes explore what an owl eats by dissecting an owl pellet.

Students dissect an owl pellet. Here is an owl pellet! Group exploration of owl pellets. Owl pellet.

Eagle's Eye December Edition

The Eagle's Eye online edition is here!  View the December issue, as well as past editions by clicking on the Eagle's Eye link in the left hand navigation menu.  

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Eastwood Band Advances to State OMEA Logo

The Eastwood High School Concert Band qualified for state when they earned a superior rating at the Ohio Music Education Association District Large Group Adjudicated Event on March 3rd. The 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," according to the OMEA rating description. Congratulations to the EHS Concert Band members and to directors Brian Myers and John Roode!

Wishing them the best of luck as the Eastwood High School Concert Band travels to Findlay for State OMEA competition April 28.

5th & 6th Grade - Quiz Bowl League Champs
5th 6th Grade Quiz Bowl Team 2017
 The 5th & 6th quiz bowl team clinched the title of 2017 Northwest Ohio Quiz Bowl League champions.  The Eagles battled Fostoria in their first round of tournaments pulling out a win of 106 to 80. During the championship round, the Eagles faced Gibsonburg and defeated them with a score of 120 to 106. Congratulations goes out to Mariah Hahn, Grace Kingery, Olivia Newsome, Ian Sander, Noah Smith, Adam Stolar, Jacey Wonderly and Andrew Wray.  Each made significant contributions during tournament play - it was a great team effort!  A huge thank you also goes out to Mrs. Holly Chappuies, quiz bowl team advisor.  Way to go Eagles!
Celebrating a lifetime of memories!

Pictures below are from the Pemberville Commemoration Open House, April 9th, 2017.  The Luckey Elementary Commemoration Open House is April 30th, 2:00pm-4:00pm - all community members are welcome to stop in and help us celebrate the memories.

FFA Chicken BBQ is October 7th FFA Chicken BBQ is October 7th

The FFA Chicken Barbecue is scheduled for Friday, October 7th from 4:30pm - 7:00pm in the Middle School Cafeteria.To purchase tickets, please see an FFA member or Mr. Swartz.  Adult tickets are $9.00 and Children/Senior Citizens tickets are $6.00. Presale tickets will be sold through Wednesday, September 28th. There will be a limited amount of walk up sales on the 7th, so if you would like to be guaranteed a meal, please purchase a ticket before the week of the barbecue. 

Annual Asbestos Notice

This memorandum informs our community that asbestos management plans for our district schools were developed following EPA regulations.  These plans are regularly updated and are available for you to review.  Click here to read the notice.

7th Grade Students Attend Toledo Symphony Orchestra's Young Peoples Concert 7th Grade Students Attend TSO Young Peoples Concert

On Thursday, November 3, seven Eastwood Middle School 7th grade band members traveled with Mr. Myers to the Toledo Symphony Orchestra's Young Peoples Concert at the Toledo Museum of Art Perisyle. The theme "Make Your Voice Count" was centered around the November election and American composers. Preceding the trip, the students completed listening and written activities to prepare for the concert. Students in attendance voted several times for musical options that were then performed by the TSO. Students earned a place on the trip by having the highest playing test scores in 7th grade band. Students who attended: Zoey Rollo, Kalee Moore, Sydney Ameling, Alexander Ramsey, Logan Farnsworth, Zach Buehler and Kaitlyn Cully.

Johnny Appleseed

Pemberville 3rd and 4th graders performed the musical, Johnny Appleseed. The title role was played by 4th Grader Eli Smith.  Such a fantastic performance by all - we have some rising stars!  


Wood County Prevention December Newsletter

Click here to access the latest newsletter.

March Eagle's Eye Eagle's Eye March

The latest issue has arrived!  Click here to read the March edition as well as past issues.


Pemberville Elementary Spring Musical is a Hit

Pemberville students present their spring musical - Tikki Tikki Tembo.  Thank you to all the parents and staff that helped to bring this Chinese folktale to life on stage.  Congratulations to the Pemberville students and Mrs. Carol Slater, K-4 Music Teacher & Musical Director, for a wonderfully entertaining performance!



Sugar Ridge Road - Temporary Closure

Sugar Ridge Road will be closed from Pemberville Road to Luckey Road from July 5th to July 15th.  Local traffic will be maintained, but there will be closures due to sewer work being done for the forced main to Pemberville.

Teachers Tour Construction Site

Superintendent Brent Welker leads the teachers on a tour of the elementary building site.  


Eagle's Eye Online Edition

The Eagle's Eye has a New Adviser, Staff, and Look

The Eagle's Eye staff has added an online edition which allows us to get news out faster and work on it as we go. We will continue to add to the pages each month and aim to mail out a quarterly hard copy edition as well. The online edition of the Eagle's Eye can be accessed here on the district website by clicking on the link located in the left sidebar of the district home page.  

Eastwood Educational Foundation College Scholarship Application

The Hal and Peggy Moore Scholarship COLLEGE application is now available. The family will be awarding a $5000.00 scholarship to an Eastwood graduate who is currently attending a 4 year Ohio college/university. To apply, the student must be a current Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior.  Complete this application and return by March 23rd to Eastwood High School   ATTN: Mrs. Donna Schuessler.

Music In Our Schools

Pemberville School celebrated the beginning of Music in Our Schools month by wearing all black and white clothing, symbolizing the piano keyboard and black music notes on white paper. 

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Annual FFA Fruit Sale

A wide variety of items available for purchase.  Orders must be received on or before Wednesday, November 9th and delivered beginning Tuesday, December 6th.  Contact an FFA member or Mr. Swartz to place your order.  Click here for the flyer.

Wood County Prevention - November Newsletter

Click here to access the latest newsletter.

College Credit Plus 2017-2018 Information

Below are materials for students interested in College Credit Plus with University of Findlay, BGSU and Owens Community College.  If you have any questions please contact the Guidance Department at Eastwood High School.

CCP General Information - Presentation Slides
University of Findlay CCP Form  
CCP Letter of Intent
Accuplacer Website
 (houses practice materials)

Kindergarten Screening - Registration Deadline March 31, 2017 Kindergarten

Eastwood Schools has all day kindergarten.  If you have a child who will be attending kindergarten in the fall of 2017, please complete this registration form and select your preference for one of the May kindergarten screening dates.  This form should be returned to Eastwood Central Office as soon as possible, no later than March 31, 2017.

Wood County Prevention Newsletter - February Kindness Week

Click here to access the February issue of the Wood County Prevention news.  Events include One Step Ahead's efforts for a Random Acts of Kindness Week!