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    1300 Silver Eagle Drive
    Tarpon Springs, Florida 34688
    Office: (727) 942-5419
    Fax: (727) 942-5441

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    Good Evening Eagle Families,

    Tomorrow we begin yearbook distribution and textbook and other item collection. Seniors only tomorrow! Here is a reminder on the specifics 

    Yearbook distribution, locker item distribution, textbook and other item collection

    Please see this map for directions: 


    Yearbooks are expected to be delivered May 27th.  There are a very limited number of yearbooks available for sale if you have not already ordered one.  At this point, we have roughly 50 extra copies, but the demand is high. Distribution will occur on May 28, May 29, June 1, and June 2nd. Seniors will be on the 28th, and they will get first chance at the extra books, since the current pandemic has cancelled so many of their end of year events. After that, juniors will be on the 29th, and Freshmen and Sophomores will be on the 1st and 2nd of June. If any books are available after the senior day, then they will be available subsequent days.  They will be $80 and due to the timing; the sales will be cash only.

    * We are requiring students to show a picture ID when picking up their yearbook.  If someone is picking up their book, we must have it in writing from the student’s parent with a telephone number to verify.  The person picking up the yearbook must also show ID.

    Lockers have been cleared out by our staff.  Any text books in lockers have been collected from the lockers.  Other items have been placed in bags and labeled with locker number and name (if known).  If your student was storing items in a friend’s locker, please ask them to contact their friend for their items.

    All textbooks, uniforms, and other school items will be returned on the dates scheduled below.

    Seniors only - Computer returns will be on the 28th.  

    Gym lockers have also been cleared out and those items may be picked up on the same day. 

    May 28th   Seniors only - 9 AM-11:30 AM and 3 PM-5:30 PM

    May 29th Juniors only -   9 AM-12 PM

    June 1st   Sophomores and Freshman – 9 AM- 11:30 AM

    June 2nd Sophomores and Freshman and make-up – 5 PM- 7 PM


    Dual Enrollment

    The deadline for fall Dual-Enrollment is June 1st.


    Parent Academy

    Check out www.pcsb.org/parentacademy and find recording links to past Parent Academy Power Hour sessions on such important topics as Building Resilience in Challenging Times, Oops! My Child is Off Task: Self-Discipline Strategies, Eagle Eye: Online Safety and much more.  These webinar recordings can all be viewed at your convenience. Information on upcoming sessions as they are planned may also be found on this same page.

    Also, www.pcsb.org/athomeresources has valuable resources and fun, supportive activities for families on the topics below.  Check back regularly as new resources are added every week!    

    At Home Classroom
    Show and Tell Tuesday
    Creativity Corner
    Teen Hub
    Family Activities
    Virtual Field Trips
    Family Wellness
    Wednesday Wonderings
    Get Moving
    Summer Bridge Options:

    Register at 


    Registration Info: Call the Student Assignment office at 727-588-6210.


    Here is some information regarding SAT School Day (https://www.pcsb.org/Page/18495):

    ·      Class of 2021 Students may opt-in to take the SAT at no cost on Wednesday September 23, 2020. This is early enough to submit the results during the College Application Process. Use this link to register today! A student must login to Office 365 to complete the registration form which will ask them to provide your first and last name, school and PCS username (also called your R2.D2).




    Per the Florida Department of Education, administration of the Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT) is suspended due to the fact that it is not presently available to all students.  In the absence of PERT, SAT and ACT administration, Pinellas County Schools and St. Petersburg College selected the option to use the PSAT/NMSQT for placement into dual enrollment classes.  Students who wish to take dual enrollment classes at SPC may use existing PSAT/NMSQT scores to qualify for the courses with a minimum score requirement, which are included in the Approved Course List (see link below) - the PSAT/NMSQT minimum scores are the same as the SAT minimum scores.  For courses that lack a minimum score requirement, students must still have a minimum 3.0 unweighted GPA. From the Advanced Studies webpage regarding dual enrollment (https://www.pcsb.org/Page/1558) 

    Summer Reading

    The summer reading list is being sent to students by teachers on Teams and soon will be found on our website.


    For rising 11th or 12th grade students to prep for success on the July 18 ACT and potentially earn a concordant and/or college-ready score for graduation.

    Dates: June 22-July 16
    Days: Monday - Thursday
    Time: 9-11 a.m each day
    For all current high school students who need to recover the Algebra 1 Course for credit recovery (to earn course credit).

    Dates: June 22-July 16
    Days: Monday - Thursday
    Time: 9-11 a.m. each day
    For all current high school students who need to earn a passing score on a test approved by the state that meets the math (algebra) assessment requirement (ACT, PSAT, SAT). Take the July 18 ACT for a chance to earn a concordant and/or college ready score for graduation.

    Dates: June 22-July 16
    Days: Monday - Thursday
    Time: 9-11 a.m. each day
    If your student needs credit recovery for unsuccessful grades, or is currently working on a credit recovery class and will not finish by the end of the school year, please email your school counselor or administrator for details on how to enroll.

    Thank you and stay safe, 
    Carmela Haley, Principal
    East Lake High School

    Vision- 100% student success
    Mission- The community of East Lake High School will develop productive and responsible students who are prepared for post-secondary education, the workforce and citizenship.



    ELHS Class of 2020 Cap and Gown Distribution




    Summer Reading 2020

    Just because it's summer doesn't mean it's time to stop reading! Click this link https://www.pcsb.org/domain/11603 to go to view English Language Arts summer reading information and selection. If you have any questions please e-mail Mrs. Anderson


    Message from Dr. Grego

    As you know, this Saturday was scheduled as the graduation of the class of 2020. Please see a previous message from Dr. Grego to families: https://www.pcsb.org/domain/5711


    East Lake Seniors participate in "Be the Light"

    The East Lake campus was aglow May 14 as the school participated in the national "Be the Light" event. Athletic fields were illuminated and scoreboards read 2020 in honor of senior class members. We all know it hasn't been the end to the senior year everyone wanted, but you have continued to persevere, and power through with grace. Your East Lake family knows you are going to soar high! Click the picture below for a bird's eye view!

    Be the Light 5-14-2020


    East Lake High School Nationally Ranked!

    East Lake was ranked as the 11th best high school in the Tampa Bay area by US News & World Report, and among the top 100 magnet schools in the state of Florida! Way to go Eagles!

    Best High Schools


    Two Class of 2015 ELHS Alums reach NFL!

    East Lake alumni Justin Strnad was drafted to the Denver Broncos during the 2020 NFL Draft! George Campbell signed with the New York Jets as an undrafted free agent. Your ELHS family is proud of you both and know you're going to do great things!

    Campbell Strnad drafted

    On Campus St. Petersburg College Classes are Now Open for Registration
    Students interested in taking a free SPC class with our teachers on the ELHS campus may now do so.  *GPA, Testing, and Grade Level Restrictions may apply.
    Please click on this link to view the classes offered for 2020-21:
    If you do find a course, please submit this form to Guidance:
    Class of 2020 Valedictorians/Salutatorians announced
    The Class of 2020 Valedictorians and salutatorians for both engineering and the traditional program have been announced
    Valedictorian/Traditional - Olivia Thompson
    Valedictorian/Engineering - Matthew Peak
    Salutatorian/Traditional - Jacob Fuhr
    Salutatorian/Engineering - Bennett Carollo
    ELHS 2020 Val-Sal


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