Week-At-A-Glance Feb 12-16
A N N O U N C E M E N T S
Our goal for the WAAG is to inform parents and students of important events and provide important announcements. For the Daily Schedule make sure to click on the menu button and find out about our weekly events. Click HERE for a printable version of the WAAG.
In the past, using the “R-WORD” meant calling someone a “retard”. At Eastlake, together with ASB and Titan Buddies the R-WORD now stands for“RESPECT”! Titans respect one another and show KINDNESS to all. This week is KINDNESS WEEK! There will be SPIRIT DAYS with different dress-up days. Also, students and staff can go online and take the “R-WORD” Pledge to be respectful of others and make the R-WORD stand for “RESPECT”! Print out the pledge and post it on the Kindness Week poster we will have in the quad. Click HERE for the flyer and HERE to take the pledge.
Valentines Day Club Fair 2/14
Titans, come and support your clubs this week on Wednesday for our third Club Fair of the year. We have many clubs selling different items, from Art Club selling beautiful handmade Valentines Cards to The Edge Newspaper selling roses. We will also have many clubs selling food. Come out and support this Wednesday(Let’s hope the rain stays away)
Cap and Gown Information
You must order your cap and gown even if you need a loner one. They need to know this so they can have one for you at Cap and Gown pick up on 6/04. For more information click HERE
Spring Sports Clearance - Get cleared NOW - Tryout Schedule HERE
Spring sports tryout schedule will be ready soon. Check here for a link to the schedule later this week. In the meantime, if you plan to play spring sports please register for that sport at www.eastlaketitans.com, print out the three page Athlete Profile pages, have a parent signature as well as athlete signature. Go HERE for athletic clearance process and more details on documents needed. YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO TRY OUT IF YOU HAVE NOT BEEN CLEARED. It takes 24-48 hours from the time you turn in your documents to be cleared, so don’t wait till the last minute.
New Senior Information!
Seniors, for more information regarding senior events, click HERE. There is so much information you need to be aware of, we have created this page. It will be updated regularly.
Clearance Deadlines and Saturday School dates for Semester 2
ASB Semester 2 Calendar
The ASB Calendar of events can be found HERE
Non-privilege List - PLEASE READ!!! Click HERE to see list(2/13/18)
NP lists are updated weekly and posted ASB and Main Office. You will NOT be able to participate in any school-sponsored event(Including Graduation) if your name is on the Non-Privileged list. THIS tutorial shows how to check attendance on Infinite Campus. You MUST be clear your name off the non-privileged list two weeks before the event(Click.HERE). Senior Contract, Attendance, library/ASB fines, fundraising debt, Senior contract missing and athletic uniforms or gear owed are all reasons for being placed on this list.
Please submit your senior contract to the MAIN OFFICE. They were due back in October so If you have not turned yours in you have been placed on the Non-Privileged list and you will not be able to participate in ANY senior activities(Prom, Grad Nite and Graduation). The list will be updated weekly to reflect the senior contracts turned in.
Grad Nite 2018
Hello Class of 2018, only ONE more month left to purchase your Grad Nite Tickets! Ticket sales will continue this week on Tuesday ONLY during nutrition break by the Senior Lawn and starting in February PTSA will only be available on Tuesday's during nutrition break. Ticket prices are now at $225.00 each and are selling quickly. Each student will need to provide a completed registration form with payment when purchasing at ticket we are accepting cash, check and charge. If you have any questions about Grad Nite please contact PTSA at firstname.lastname@example.org. Can't wait to see Mickey!!
Future Educator Club
The College of Education has created a "track" at the upcoming Explore SDSU open house event on Saturday, March 17, 2018 for any students and their families who are considering careers in K-12 education. This is a FREE event open to all of your students and their families. While there will be many exciting activities happening on campus during this event, it is our hope that your students will make it a priority to stop by the future educator sessions listed on the attached handout. Free food, promotional items and great information will be provided at these sessions!
High School Volunteers Needed
Eastlake Little League is in need of High School volunteers for Eastlake Little Leagues opening day on March 3rd, 2018. This is an easy and fun way to earn some community service hours. On Saturday March 3rd we will need volunteers from 7:30 AM until about 4:00PM. We will need volunteers for set-up, clean-up, snack bar duty and other duties around the fields. If you can't be there the whole time that is okay. We can also work with shifts. We would love at least 15 volunteers. Go HERE to sign up. TOY MUST BE SIGNED IN WITH YOUR DISTRICT .NET GOOGLE ACCOUNT TO SIGN UP.
There are so many events happening at EHS and so many calendars, we consolidated them all on one page. For more information click HERE
Junior Optimist International Essay and Oratorical Contest
On the application, the contact person is our student President Molly Rivas and the drop-off for submission/address is Room 808. The competition is tiered at the Eastlake, district, state, national and then international level. Each level has a cash prize. The higher levels have scholarships. The deadline for the essay submission is February 22nd and the oratorical application is due March 1st and the competition is March 6th in the theatre during lunch. Here is the oratorical link - Here is the essay link If you have read this entire WAAG, please remember this phrase…..”Spaghetti and Meatballs is the best meal for Valentines Day”. The first ten students that can find Mr. Lopez in the quad during NUTRITION BREAK or LUNCH and repeat the phrase AND answer a question about the WAAG, will receive a prize.
Winter Sports Schedules
Winter Sports schedules can be found HERE
Are you interested in joining your you High School’s gymnastics team? If so, then come to our tryouts on February 17th, 12:00 pm, at 465 L Street (old Chula Vista Community Youth Center). No experience necessary. For more information see poster around campus, ASB office, or click HERE
How to check attendance and saturday school information, click HERE To clear attendance: call 397-3810 or send a note with your student (no emails).
Homework Zone Schedule
For the schedule click HERE.
If you need to reset passwords for any of the following please take these steps
Infinite Campus - Should always be their 8-digit birthday. If you need to have it reset, let your teachers know and the teachers will contact EHS’s IT Guy to have the password reset.
Google - Students can use the following LINK to reset their Google passwords. If this does not work they let their teachers know and the teachers will contact EHS’s IT Guy to have the password reset. Jupiter - Students can email Nathan Horner or they can have their teacher email Mr. Horner to have the password reset.
Google .net student e-mails
Titans, please check your district assigned e-mails weekly. Important information is sent to you via this e-mail account, including attendance information.
In Studio Picture Makeup Info
Boyd Anderson Photography offers to our students and staff the opportunity to be photographed at their studio on the following dates only. If you have never been photographed for this school year - 2017-18, this service is FREE. For more information click HERE
Dress Code Reminder
Titans-don’t forget that attire should protect the health and safety of all students. Be sure that you are following all dress code guidelines.
Youth Action Council
Youth Action Council is composed of 10th, 11th, and 12th graders who attend Chula Vista schools. Members are primarily engaged in a variety of community service projects that initiate outreach to their neighbors and peers. Additionally, students can earn community services hours for those who are looking to fulfill this graduation requirement. For more information click HERE
2018 Ninth Circuit Civics Contest
We are pleased to announce that the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California is participating in the 2018 Ninth Circuit Civics Contest, an essay and video competition for high school students. The Southern District will conduct its own contest. Local winners (Southern District Court level) will receive special recognition by the Court and cash prizes. $1,000 for each first place winner (essay and video), $500 for second place winners, and $250 for third place winners. Those winning at the District Court level will move on to compete at the Ninth Circuit level competition. First place for essay and video each receive a $2,000 cash prize, second place $1,000, and third place $500. The theme of this year’s contest is “150 Years after Ratification of the 14th Amendment: What Does Equal Protection Mean to Students.” This topic echoes many of the current political debates today. Entries must be submitted between February 1, 2018 and April 1, 2018. Entries will no longer be accepted after April 1, 2018. I would be happy to help you incorporate this contest into your curriculum by arranging for a local attorney to come and speak to your students about this topic. Attached are a couple of flyers for the contest, and you can find more information on the website at:http://www.ca9.uscourts.gov/civicscontest. The website contains a link to past essay and video winners. I am also happy to answer any questions you may have about the competition.
Lost and Found
Titans, if you have lost any clothes or other personal belongings, be sure to report them to the Lost and Found located in the ASB to check for your lost items. If you find items, please bring them to the ASB to our lost & found. Thank you!
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