Congratulations to the 2014-2015 Vals and Sals
Traditional Val: Richard Caputo
Engineering Val: Daniel Rosato
Traditional Sal: Jaclyn Price
Engineering Sal : Drew Leonard
The PTSA is having a general meeting on February 3rd and the PCCPTA (Pinellas County Council PTA) program for February will be held at East Lake High School on Thursday February 19th in the Media Center @ 7:00 PM titled “The Effects of Drinking and Driving” which is a testimonial from Derrick Jenkins who was involved in a motorcycle accident that almost took his life. See his YouTube video at Blind-Sight is 20/20 Hospitality starts at 6:15 PM. Don’t miss this amazing program.
We will be having a Mentor Workshop February 25 9:00-11:00 AM in the Media Center
Contact Teresa Peterson firstname.lastname@example.org or 727-942-5419 Ext.2014
Starting 3/9 Walking Fee increases to $35 any student who still needs to pay can bring the money to Mrs.Adorrier in 3245 or Mrs. Hynes in 9209. Mrs.Novak in Guidance is willing to collect finds from any off ampus student.
March Testing Dates: 2nd-6th FSA Testing; 9th-13th FSA make up testing; 17th-20th Performance Matters Testing; 23th-24th FCAT Reading; 25th-26th Alegbra 1 EOC Retake
April Testing Dates: 6th-10th Pert Testing/Make Up; 13th-16th Reading Testing for 9th & 10th grade; 17th Reading make up; 27th-28th Algebra 2 Testing; 29th-30th Geometry Testing; April 29th - May 1st Reading, Algebra 2 & Geometry make up
May Testing Dates: 4th-5th Algebra EOC Testing; 6th-8th FCAT Reading, Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry make up; 11th Biology EOC Testing; 12th-15th Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry , Biology make up; 18th US History EOC; 19th-22th US History EOC make up
For information on the Florida Standard Assessment testing click here
For the 2015-2016 Curriculum part1 click here
For the 2015-2016 Curriculum part 2 click here
1/20-1/30 in the Cafeteria -$30 by Cash, money order, or check (account number must be printed on the check along with with an address)
2/17-2/20 in the Cafeteria -$30 by Cash, money order, or check (account number must be printed on the check along with with an address)
Starting 3/2 any student who has not yet paid can bring the money to Mrs. A.Dorrier in room 3245 or Mrs.Hynes 9209
Starting 5/4 Walking Fee Increases to $35 any student who still needs to pay can bring the money to Mrs. A.Dorrier in room 3245 or Mrs. Hynes in 9209
Semester Grade Calculations 2014-15
TIM O'KEEFE - Girls Swimming
In a continued effort to keep families engaged, the district Office of Strategic Partnerships has developed a Family Engagement Mobile App. The PCS Family Engagament Mobile App will provide parents access to extended classroom opportunities, family engagement tips and opportunities and parent "How To" videos. There will also be information about parent workshop schedules, parent peer support, and information that will support student Learning and School improvemnt. For more information click here
Students may download the student parking permit form here. Please make sure a parent signs the form and bring proof of insurance and car registration. Regular parking permits are $5 and senior parking spot cost an additional $10. Cash only
A remaining general meeting will be held on May 5th at 7 PM. All are welcome to attend.
Pinellas County Schools is implementing a new address-verification procedure. The process will ensure that all parents receive timely information about important topics, including emergencies, transportation, scheduling and school placements.
East Lake High School, one of 17 high schools in the Pinellas County school sysytem, is on of the most recently constructed high schools in Pinellas County. It is situated in a suburban-type community of north Pinellas County. East Lake High School currently serves more than 2,000 students from the communities of Tarpon Springs, East Lake, Palm Harbor, and Oldsmar.
Built in 1986, the nine-building complex is located on the west side of East Lake Road, south of Keystone Road. Designed for flexibility, economy, and adaptability, the individual units, including the three two-story classroom buildings and an administrative building with the media center over it, are connected by covered walkways. The remaining five buildings are a 1,500-seat gymnasium, a theatre that accomodates 886 people, choral, band and keyboard rooms and support facility units including food services and mechanical backup. Seventy percent of all light comes from natural outside sources. East Lake is also unique in its building design to include a Child Care Center available to faculty and community.
The Curriculum is designed to be broad and deep enough in scope to provide for a wide range of student interests and abilities. Offerings for the college-bound students include honors and Advanced Placement courses, dual enrollment with St. Petersburg College and executive internship training. Vocational programs available include business, drafting, and family and consumer science. On-the-job training is available through the Diversified Cooperative Training Programs. Special needs students are met through the High School Education Alternatives Program of classes and exceptional education (ESE) programs. Expanded offerings in art, drama, and music serve to meet special interests of students. The ever-expanding world of technology is becoming a cital part of all curriculum areas.
Accepting Responsibility as future community leaders, many student groups continue their academic efforts by participationg in community service projects. Environmental and beautification projects have been a continual source of service to the campus and the community. Art students exhibited personal works at local community centers. The National Honor Society membership has grown to be the largest chapter in Pinellas County.
East Lake High School is also fortunate to have community and business participation om ots collaboration for excellence. Members, students, parents and business/community partners comprise the School Advisory Council. Staff members at East Lake High School continues to work under the philosophy developed when the school opened, recognizing their responsibility to the students and to the community. Their commitment to a student-centered learning environment is evident in the successful efforts of teachers and counselors to increase student performance and make learning relevant. From developing a vocational/ career guidance program to the teaching of technology, the staff works to help students help students reach maximum potential. East Lake High continue to believe that parents, educators, students and the community shall and will shrare the respinsibility for learning.