Superintendent's Message

Brent Welker

Brent Welker


Dear Community Members:


I have a couple of quick notes this morning. Very busy week coming up!


Congrats to Calvin Price who is heading to the State Swim Meet in both the 200 and 500 Freestyle!


Good Luck tonight to the Lady Eagles Basketball Team as they hit the tournament trail. tonight at BGHS at 6:15. We have all of our winter sports either completing their regular seasons or in tournament action. Hard to believe but the Spring Sports Parent Meeting is this Wednesday! Check out Mr. Hill’s email notes for more details!




The annual National Honor Society Spaghetti Supper will be held this Friday, February 21st. Doors will open at 4:30 and the supper will run through 7:30. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for children (K-11 years of age) and can be purchased from any NHS member or at the door. The meal includes salad, spaghetti, bread, dessert and a drink. Come out and support the NHS! Proceeds support scholarships and community outreach.




Effective March 1, 2020 Eastwood will no longer be using Instant Alert to inform parents about delays and closing for school. We are already implementing the replacement system called Ohio Alerts. In order to receive the alerts, you must sign-up at


When you go to the website you will see a link on the left that says “Subscribe to Alerts”. Once there you will fill out the form for text or email alerts for a number of different lists. The first is Closings and Delays.


You will no longer receive a phone call, instead you will get a text, email, or both. It is very easy to sign up. We have been advertising this since September, but it is now time for the last minute folks to get registered!




The Eastwood High School and Middle School cheerleaders are coming together to battle cancer. They will be participating in their 11th annual “Jump Over Cancer” activity to raise money to be donated to the American Cancer Society. At halftime of the home varsity boys basketball game between Eastwood and Otsego on Friday, February 21^st , the varsity, junior varsity, and middle school cheerleaders will be “jumping over cancer” by seeing how may cheerleading jumps they can do in one minute. They will be asking for pledges in the amounts of 25¢, 50¢, 75¢, $1.00, or more for each jump they successfully perform. After the event,
they will collect the pledges based on the number of jumps they did. A simple donation of money may also be given rather than a pledge. The cheerleaders are taking donations now and will also be collecting donations during halftime and after the event at the game. They will
continue to collect donations through the end of February. Please help us in the fight to battle cancer! See any cheerleader to get involved!
Thank you!




Please check out the latest Eagle’s Eye View! Enjoy the work of our video production students.     

All the best!
Brent Welker, Superintendent
Eastwood Local Schools
120 E. College St.
PO Box 837
Pemberville, Ohio 43450

"Leaders create Culture, Culture drives Behavior, Behavior produces Results." - Tim Kight


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