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Archived Daily Announcements August and September 2019Archived Daily Announcements August and September 2019

Announcements for Monday, September 30th

*Library (study hall) passes are available at the library after school Mon. through Fri. before 2:25. Students may also pick up a pass before school on Tuesday Late Start Days between 8:05 and 9:00. Each library (study hall) pass is good for the entire week. The periods the library is not open to study halls is indicated on the pass. A current ID with the lunch period clearly indicated is needed to obtain a pass.
-Celia Kivisto
Library staff

* Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, Seniors: Oct. 7, Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Are you a trivia nerd or the friend that knows everything and can share random facts? The EA ScholastiCats are looking for additional members to join the team! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details! Our next meeting will be Wednesday, 10/2 in room 214 from 3:30 – 4:15.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Want to know more about the bible? Want to share your biblical ideas with us? P7 bible
club is the right place to start! The Bible Club meets in room 235 after school every Thursday.
Learn more with us and expand your biblical knowledge. Snacks included!
-Chad Kelly

*Movie Club is watching spooky, ooky, fright-tastic movies all October. Join us this Wednesday to watch CORPSE BRIDE, a sweet but weird tale of the marriage between a young man and a ghost, which starts at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

Announcements for Friday, September 27th

*JV Tennis winners: Maricella Martinez and Isarel Zamudio won their doubles match against South Elgin on Tuesday night.
-Donnell Collins

*Library (study hall) passes are available at the library after school Mon. through Fri. before 2:25. Students may also pick up a pass before school on Tuesday Late Start Days between 8:05 and 9:00. Each library (study hall) pass is good for the entire week. The periods the library is not open to study halls is indicated on the pass. A current ID with the lunch period clearly indicated is needed to obtain a pass.
-Celia Kivisto
Library staff

*Homecoming week is here! Dance tickets are for sale all this week in the cafeteria for $20, or $25 at the door. Remember to bring your ID to the dance as well.
-Kenneth Gerk

*On Friday, the varsity soccer and football teams play at home, and there will carnival food and games as well! The varsity soccer game starts at 4:30, and the football game will be after that.
-Kenneth Gerk

*’Tis the season of pumpkin spice lattes, bonfires, and pumpkin farms. Stop by room 323 and fill out a survey for your favorite spot for a fall date or outing with friends. Surveys are outside the door. Have you seen the new IT? Fill out a survey about your favorite horror movie reboot! Make the yearbook yours, and get in it.
-Debra McGoldrick

* Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, Seniors: Oct. 7, Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! If you were impressed by the performance, at the pep rally, the creative writing club could be for you! “Lit Mag” meets every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the Creative Writing Club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*If you have a voice, if you have energy, if you love the spotlight, and even if you have a fear of public speaking…the brand new SPEECH TEAM is for you! We will be meeting Thursday to see videos of award-winning speeches, lay out a schedule, and maybe even decide on what events you can perform in. That’s the Speech Team in room 334 after school this Thursday. See Mr. Eye for details.
-Michael Aye

*Hey Tomcats! Do you enjoy math? Are you still looking to become involved in the school and community? The Math Honors Society will be accepting new member applications until Friday, October 4! Come be a part of an awesome group dedicated to helping others and having fun! See Mrs. Van Horn in Room 168 for an application!
-Kristin Van Horn

*Are you a trivia nerd or the friend that knows everything and can share random facts? The EA ScholastiCats are looking for additional members to join the team! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details! Our next meeting will be Wednesday, 10/2 in room 214 from 3:30 – 4:15.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Want to know more about the bible? Want to share your biblical ideas with us? P7 bible
club is the right place to start! The Bible Club meets in room 235 after school every Thursday.
Learn more with us and expand your biblical knowledge. Snacks included!
-Chad Kelly

Announcements for Thursday, September 26th

*Library (study hall) passes are available at the library after school Mon. through Fri. before 2:25. Students may also pick up a pass before school on Tuesday Late Start Days between 8:05 and 9:00. Each library (study hall) pass is good for the entire week. The periods the library is not open to study halls is indicated on the pass. A current ID with the lunch period clearly indicated is needed to obtain a pass.
-Celia Kivisto
Library staff

*Homecoming week is here! Dance tickets are for sale all this week in the cafeteria for $20, or $25 at the door. Remember to bring your ID to the dance as well.
-Kenneth Gerk

*The powder puff football game is Thursday, at 7:30 after the Sophomore football game. Any girls participating should go to practice Monday and Tuesday. Please meet in the field house lobby at 3:30.
-Kenneth Gerk

*On Friday, the varsity soccer and football teams play at home, and there will carnival food and games as well! The varsity soccer game starts at 4:30, and the football game will be after that.
-Kenneth Gerk

*’Tis the season of pumpkin spice lattes, bonfires, and pumpkin farms. Stop by room 323 and fill out a survey for your favorite spot for a fall date or outing with friends. Surveys are outside the door. Have you seen the new IT? Fill out a survey about your favorite horror movie reboot! Make the yearbook yours, and get in it.
-Debra McGoldrick

* Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, Seniors: Oct. 7, Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! If you were impressed by the performance, at the pep rally, the creative writing club could be for you! “Lit Mag” meets every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the Creative Writing Club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Aye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*If you have a voice, if you have energy, if you love the spotlight, and even if you have a fear of public speaking…the brand new SPEECH TEAM is for you! We will be meeting Thursday to see videos of award-winning speeches, lay out a schedule, and maybe even decide on what events you can perform in. That’s the Speech Team in room 334 after school this Thursday. See Mr. Eye for details.
-Michael Aye

*Hey Tomcats! Do you enjoy math? Are you still looking to become involved in the school and community? The Math Honors Society will be accepting new member applications until Friday, October 4! Come be a part of an awesome group dedicated to helping others and having fun! See Mrs. Van Horn in Room 168 for an application!
-Kristin Van Horn

*Seniors: Did you know that you can apply for a college and receive an admissions decision the very same day? Well, you can, and your first chance to do so will be this Thursday in the College and Career Center with Aurora University’s On-site Admissions Day. Please sign up in the CCC to save your spot. This event will run during all lunch and study hall periods, again, on Thursday.
-Andrew Rathje

*BTGEA Operation Snowball is back. Returning and new members are welcome to our first meeting of the year this Thursday in Room 221. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa look forward to seeing a new group of leaders crop out who are interested in positive rewarding experiences.
-Thomas M. Vasa

Announcements for Wednesday, September 25th 

*If you are interested in taking the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam in the spring, and you are not enrolled in an AP Spanish class, please see Mr. Marten, the division chair for world cultures in his office, room 172. He can also be reached by e-mail at kmarten@d131.org.
-Kevin Marten

*ECO club will be selling temporary tattoos for Homecoming week! $1 for the eyeblacks $2 for the Red glitter tattoos. Find an ECO club member or stop by rooms 208 or 210 for yours today. Show your school spirit!
-Karie Nash

*What would you do if you suddenly had super powers? Movie Club is asking the big, important questions. Join us as we watch SHAZAM! this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*Library (study hall) passes are available at the library after school Mon. through Fri. before 2:25. Students may also pick up a pass before school on Tuesday Late Start Days between 8:05 and 9:00. Each library (study hall) pass is good for the entire week. The periods the library is not open to study halls is indicated on the pass. A current ID with the lunch period clearly indicated is needed to obtain a pass.
-Celia Kivisto
Library staff

*Homecoming week is here! Dance tickets are for sale all this week in the cafeteria for $20, or $25 at the door. Remember to bring your ID to the dance as well.
-Kenneth Gerk

*The powder puff football game is Thursday, at 7:30 after the Sophomore football game. Any girls participating should go to practice Monday and Tuesday. Please meet in the field house lobby at 3:30.
-Kenneth Gerk

*On Friday, the varsity soccer and football teams play at home, and there will carnival food and games as well! The varsity soccer game starts at 4:30, and the football game will be after that.
-Kenneth Gerk

*’Tis the season of pumpkin spice lattes, bonfires, and pumpkin farms. Stop by room 323 and fill out a survey for your favorite spot for a fall date or outing with friends. Surveys are outside the door. Have you seen the new IT? Fill out a survey about your favorite horror movie reboot! Make the yearbook yours, and get in it.
-Debra McGoldrick

* Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, Seniors: Oct. 7, Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! If you were impressed by the performance, at the pep rally, the creative writing club could be for you! “Lit Mag” meets every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the Creative Writing Club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*If you have a voice, if you have energy, if you love the spotlight, and even if you have a fear of public speaking…the brand new SPEECH TEAM is for you! We will be meeting Thursday to see videos of award-winning speeches, lay out a schedule, and maybe even decide on what events you can perform in. That’s the Speech Team in room 334 after school this Thursday. See Mr. Eye for details.
-Michael Aye

*Hey Tomcats! Do you enjoy math? Are you still looking to become involved in the school and community? The Math Honors Society will be accepting new member applications until Friday, October 4! Come be a part of an awesome group dedicated to helping others and having fun! See Mrs. Van Horn in Room 168 for an application!
-Kristin Van Horn

*Seniors: Did you know that you can apply for a college and receive an admissions decision the very same day? Well, you can, and your first chance to do so will be this Thursday in the College and Career Center with Aurora University’s On-site Admissions Day. Please sign up in the CCC to save your spot. This event will run during all lunch and study hall periods, again, on Thursday.
-Andrew Rathje

*BTGEA Operation Snowball is back. Returning and new members are welcome to our first meeting of the year this Thursday in Room 221. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa look forward to seeing a new group of leaders crop out who are interested in positive rewarding experiences.
-Thomas M. Vasa

Announcements for Tuesday, September 24th

*If you are interested in taking the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam in the spring, and you are not enrolled in an AP Spanish class, please see Mr. Marten, the division chair for world cultures in his office, room 172. He can also be reached by e-mail at kmarten@d131.org.
-Kevin Marten

*ECO club will be selling temporary tattoos for Homecoming week! $1 for the eyeblacks $2 for the Red glitter tattoos. Find an ECO club member or stop by rooms 208 or 210 for yours today. Show your school spirit!
-Karie Nash

*The EA ScholastiCats will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 9/25 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 9/26 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details and a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*What would you do if you suddenly had super powers? Movie Club is asking the big, important questions. Join us as we watch SHAZAM! this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*Students interested in becoming a teacher are invited to the College and Career Center on Tuesday morning during 1st hour to learn about the Golden Apple Scholarship. Please visit the CCC for a pass.
-Andrew Rathje

*Library (study hall) passes are available at the library after school Mon. through Fri. before 2:25. Students may also pick up a pass before school on Tuesday Late Start Days between 8:05 and 9:00. Each library (study hall) pass is good for the entire week. The periods the library is not open to study halls is indicated on the pass. A current ID with the lunch period clearly indicated is needed to obtain a pass.
-Celia Kivisto
Library staff

*Homecoming week is here! Dance tickets are for sale all this week in the cafeteria for $20, or $25 at the door. Remember to bring your ID to the dance as well.
-Kenneth Gerk

*The powder puff football game is Thursday, at 7:30 after the Sophomore football game. Any girls participating should go to practice Monday and Tuesday. Please meet in the field house lobby at 3:30.
-Kenneth Gerk

*On Friday, the varsity soccer and football teams play at home, and there will carnival food and games as well! The varsity soccer game starts at 4:30, and the football game will be after that.
-Kenneth Gerk

*’Tis the season of pumpkin spice lattes, bonfires, and pumpkin farms. Stop by room 323 and fill out a survey for your favorite spot for a fall date or outing with friends. Surveys are outside the door. Have you seen the new IT? Fill out a survey about your favorite horror movie reboot! Make the yearbook yours, and get in it.
-Debra McGoldrick

* Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, Seniors: Oct. 7, Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! If you were impressed by the performance, at the pep rally, the creative writing club could be for you! “Lit Mag” meets every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the Creative Writing Club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*If you have a voice, if you have energy, if you love the spotlight, and even if you have a fear of public speaking…the brand new SPEECH TEAM is for you! We will be meeting Thursday to see videos of award-winning speeches, lay out a schedule, and maybe even decide on what events you can perform in. That’s the Speech Team in room 334 after school this Thursday. See Mr. Eye for details.
-Michael Aye

*Guide Right will be held on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. We will be discussing your life plans at 40 years old and the winning strategy that will make your vision come true.
-Phil Ferguson

*Hey Tomcats! Do you enjoy math? Are you still looking to become involved in the school and community? The Math Honors Society will be accepting new member applications until Friday, October 4! Come be a part of an awesome group dedicated to helping others and having fun! See Mrs. Van Horn in Room 168 for an application!
-Kristin Van Horn

*Seniors: Did you know that you can apply for a college and receive an admissions decision the very same day? Well, you can, and your first chance to do so will be this Thursday in the College and Career Center with Aurora University’s On-site Admissions Day. Please sign up in the CCC to save your spot. This event will run during all lunch and study hall periods, again, on Thursday.
-Andrew Rathje

*BTGEA Operation Snowball is back. Returning and new members are welcome to our first meeting of the year this Thursday in Room 221. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa look forward to seeing a new group of leaders crop out who are interested in positive rewarding experiences.
-Thomas M. Vasa

Announcements for Monday September 23rd

*Homecoming week is here! Dance tickets are for sale all this week in the cafeteria for $20, or $25 at the door. Remember to bring your ID to the dance as well.
-Kenneth Gerk

*The powder puff football game is Thursday, at 7:30 after the Sophomore football game. Any girls participating should go to practice Monday and Tuesday. Please meet in the field house lobby at 3:30.
-Kenneth Gerk

*On Friday, the varsity soccer and football teams play at home, and there will carnival food and games as well! The varsity soccer game starts at 4:30, and the football game will be after that.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Thursday night varsity girls defeated Larkin High school. In singles: Lizeth Ruiz.
Doubles winners: Faith Lor and Alex Ochoa, Tamara Alvarado and Emma Fowler, Flora Tovar and Liliana Kenyon, Janet Lozoya and Lilia Leuvano.
-Donnell Collins

*If you are interested in taking the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam in the spring, and you are not enrolled in an AP Spanish class, please see Mr. Marten, the division chair for world cultures in his office, room 172. He can also be reached by e-mail at kmarten@d131.org.
-Kevin Marten

*ECO club will be selling temporary tattoos for Homecoming week! $1 for the eyeblacks $2 for the Red glitter tattoos. Find an ECO club member or stop by rooms 208 or 210 for yours today. Show your school spirit!
-Karie Nash

*The EA ScholastiCats will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 9/25 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 9/26 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details and a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Seniors, if you are interested in learning how you can complete an Associates Degree in one year, then stop by the College and Career Center today during 3A or 4A to learn about the Waubonsee QuickPath program. Passes are in the CCC.
-Andrew Rathje

*What would you do if you suddenly had super powers? Movie Club is asking the big, important questions. Join us as we watch SHAZAM! this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*Students interested in becoming a teacher are invited to the College and Career Center on Tuesday morning during 1st hour to learn about the Golden Apple Scholarship. Please visit the CCC for a pass.
-Andrew Rathje

*Library (study hall) passes are available at the library after school Mon. through Fri. before 2:25. Students may also pick up a pass before school on Tuesday Late Start Days between 8:05 and 9:00. Each library (study hall) pass is good for the entire week. The periods the library is not open to study halls is indicated on the pass. A current ID with the lunch period clearly indicated is needed to obtain a pass.
-Celia Kivisto
Library staff

*’Tis the season of pumpkin spice lattes, bonfires, and pumpkin farms. Stop by room 323 and fill out a survey for your favorite spot for a fall date or outing with friends. Surveys are outside the door. Have you seen the new IT? Fill out a survey about your favorite horror movie reboot! Make the yearbook yours, and get in it.
-Debra McGoldrick

Announcements for Friday, September 20, 2019

*Varsity Girl singles winners against Fenton on Tuesday night were, Gina Rodriguez, Lizeth Ruiz. Doubles team winners: Livia Byrne and Flora Tovar, Tamara Alvarado and Emma Fowler.
Junior Varsity Singles winners against Fenton : Viridiana Perez, Helen Valerio. Doubles winners were Kim Leon and Tila Uriostegui.
-Donnell Collins

*If you are interested in taking the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam in the spring, and you are not enrolled in an AP Spanish class, please see Mr. Marten, the division chair for world cultures in his office, room 172. He can also be reached by e-mail at kmarten@d131.org.
-Kevin Marten

*ECO club will be selling temporary tattoos for Homecoming week! $1 for the eyeblacks $2 for the Red glitter tattoos. Find an ECO club member or stop by rooms 208 or 210 for yours today. Show your school spirit!
-Karie Nash

*The EA ScholastiCats will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 9/25 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 9/26 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details and a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

Announcements for Thursday, September 19, 2019

*Varsity Girl singles winners against Fenton on Tuesday night were, Gina Rodriguez, Lizeth Ruiz. Doubles team winners: Livia Byrne and Flora Tovar, Tamara Alvarado and Emma Fowler.
Junior Varsity Singles winners against Fenton : Viridiana Perez, Helen Valerio. Doubles winners were Kim Leon and Tila Uriostegui.
-Donnell Collins

*The Homecoming 2019 dance, A night on the red carpet, is Saturday September 28th. Any students who wish to nominate someone for Homecoming Court can pick up a form outside room 362, or the main office. Forms are due NO later than Wednesday, September 18th. Also, any student who’d like to bring a NON-East High guest, can pick up a guest pass form and complete it NO later than Friday, September
20th.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Any Senior who’d like to join Senior Class Council and plan everyone’s senior year, please come to room 188 on Thursdays after school.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Calling all Freshmen! Freshman Class Council meets on Tuesdays, in room 317, at 3:25. Come for the candy, stay for the fun. We will see you on Tuesday, Freshmen!
-Sarah Gillespie

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Thursday; at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. in room 515. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa Dioro

*If you have a voice, if you have energy, if you love the spotlight, and even if you have a fear of public speaking…the brand new SPEECH TEAM is for you! We will be meeting NEXT Thursday to see videos of award-winning speeches, lay out a schedule, and maybe even decide on what events you can perform in. That’s the Speech Team in room 334 after school next Thursday. See Mr. Eye for details.
-Michael Aye

*If you are interested in taking the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam in the spring, and you are not enrolled in an AP Spanish class, please see Mr. Marten, the division chair for world cultures in his office, room 172. He can also be reached by e-mail at kmarten@d131.org.
-Kevin Marten

*If you are interested in playing basketball and not in a Fall sport. Study Table will be Monday through Thursday 3:20 to 5:00 pm in room 114, followed by Open Gym or Conditioning.
– Coach Rick Robinson

Announcements for Wednesday, September 18th

*Congratulations to Gina Rodriguez who was victorious playing varsity number 3 singles last night at Lisle. Also, Viridiana Perez and Tila Uriostegui won in number 4 doubles.
– Donnell Collins

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 18!
-Julie DeNood

*The EA ScholastiCats are looking for new members to join the team! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details! Our next meeting will be Wednesday, 9/18 in room 214 from 3:30 – 4:15.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Have you ever wondered who would win if all the world’s most giant monsters had a battle? Find out at MOVIE CLUB this Wednesday in room 333 when we watch GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS, even though the title IS bit of a spoiler about who comes out on top.
-Alan Scott

*The Homecoming 2019 dance, A night on the red carpet, is Saturday September 28th. Any students who wish to nominate someone for Homecoming Court can pick up a form outside room 362, or the main office. Forms are due NO later than Wednesday, September 18th. Also, any student who’d like to bring a NON-East High guest, can pick up a guest pass form and complete it NO later than Friday, September
20th.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Any Senior who’d like to join Senior Class Council and plan everyone’s senior year, please come to room 188 on Thursdays after school.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Calling all Freshmen! Freshman Class Council meets on Tuesdays, in room 317, at 3:25. Come for the candy, stay for the fun. We will see you on Tuesday, Freshmen!
-Sarah Gillespie

*Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, and Seniors: Oct. 7.
Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
-Debra McGoldrick

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Danos

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Thursday; at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. in room 515. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa Dioro

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! The creative writing club “Lit Mag” will be meeting every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the Creative Writing Club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*If you have a voice, if you have energy, if you love the spotlight, and even if you have a fear of public speaking…the brand new SPEECH TEAM is for you! We will be meeting NEXT Thursday to see videos of award-winning speeches, lay out a schedule, and maybe even decide on what events you can perform in. That’s the Speech Team in room 334 after school next Thursday. See Mr. Eye for details.
-Michael Aye

*If you are interested in taking the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam in the spring, and you are not enrolled in an AP Spanish class, please see Mr. Marten, the division chair for world cultures in his office, room 172. He can also be reached by e-mail at kmarten@d131.org.
-Kevin Marten

*If you are interested in playing basketball and not in a Fall sport. Study Table will be Monday through Thursday 3:20 to 5:00 pm in room 114, followed by Open Gym or Conditioning.
– Coach Rick Robinson

*The College and Career Center is hosting Class of 2018 Valedictorian and Stanford University Sophomore Sihguat Torres for a special presentation on Highly Selective Colleges today during 7th hour. All juniors and seniors are invited to attend. Please get a pass from the CCC.
-Andrew Rathje

Announcements for Tuesday, September 17th 

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 18!
-Julie DeNood

*The EA ScholastiCats are looking for new members to join the team! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details! Our next meeting will be Wednesday, 9/18 in room 214 from 3:30 – 4:15.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Have you ever wondered who would win if all the world’s most giant monsters had a battle? Find out at MOVIE CLUB this Wednesday in room 333 when we watch GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS, even though the title IS bit of a spoiler about who comes out on top.
-Alan Scott

*The Homecoming 2019 dance, A night on the red carpet, is Saturday September 28th. Any students who wish to nominate someone for Homecoming Court can pick up a form outside room 362, or the main office. Forms are due NO later than Wednesday, September 18th. Also, any student who’d like to bring a NON-East High guest, can pick up a guest pass form and complete it NO later than Friday, September
20th.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Any Senior who’d like to join Senior Class Council and plan everyone’s senior year, please come to room 188 on Thursdays after school.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Calling all Freshmen! Freshman Class Council meets on Tuesdays, in room 317, at 3:25. Come for the candy, stay for the fun. We will see you on Tuesday, Freshmen!
-Sarah Gillespie

*Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, and Seniors: Oct. 7.
Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
-Debra McGoldrick

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Danos

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Thursday; at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. in room 515. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa Dioro

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! The creative writing club “Lit Mag” will be meeting every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the Creative Writing Club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*If you have a voice, if you have energy, if you love the spotlight, and even if you have a fear of public speaking…the brand new SPEECH TEAM is for you! We will be meeting NEXT Thursday to see videos of award-winning speeches, lay out a schedule, and maybe even decide on what events you can perform in. That’s the Speech Team in room 334 after school next Thursday. See Mr. Eye for details.
-Michael Aye

*If you are interested in taking the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam in the spring, and you are not enrolled in an AP Spanish class, please see Mr. Marten, the division chair for world cultures in his office, room 172. He can also be reached by e-mail at kmarten@d131.org.
-Kevin Marten

*If you are interested in playing basketball and not in a Fall sport. Study Table will be Monday through Thursday 3:20 to 5:00 pm in room 114, followed by Open Gym or Conditioning.
– Coach Rick Robinson

*Congratulations to Our varsity team, who swept Streamwood on Thursday winning every match.
Singles winners were Gina Rodriguez, Lilia Luevano, Lizeth Ruiz and Helen Valerio.
In doubles, Janet Lozoya and Livia Byrne, Alex Ochoa and Karizma Liscano, Tamara Alvarado and Lilliana Tomlin and Brittany Ramirez teamed up with Emma Fowler.
On Saturday Flora Tovar defeated her Rosary opponent in number 1 singles during the Rosary Invite.
-Jesus Fernandez

Announcements for Monday, September 16th

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 18!
-Julie DeNood

*The EA ScholastiCats are looking for new members to join the team! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Have you ever wondered who would win if all the world’s most giant monsters had a battle? Find out at MOVIE CLUB this Wednesday in room 333 when we watch GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS, even though the title IS bit of a spoiler about who comes out on top.
-Alan Scott

*The Homecoming 2019 dance, A night on the red carpet, is Saturday September 28th. Any students who wish to nominate someone for Homecoming Court can pick up a form outside room 362, or the main office. Forms are due NO later than Wednesday, September 18th. Also, any student who’d like to bring a NON-East High guest, can pick up a guest pass form and complete it NO later than Friday, September
20th.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Any Senior who’d like to join Senior Class Council and plan everyone’s senior year, please come to room 188 on Thursdays after school.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Calling all Freshmen! Freshman Class Council meets on Tuesdays, in room 317, at 3:25. Come for the candy, stay for the fun. We will see you on Tuesday, Freshmen!
-Sarah Gillespie

*Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, and Seniors: Oct. 7.
Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
-Debra McGoldrick

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Danos

Announcements for Friday, September 13th

*Congrats to Sophomore, JV, and Varsity on taking the win over Elgin last night at home! Thanks for all the support from the stands! Next home game, Tuesday for Teacher Appreciation Night – see you there!
-Jenny Wilson

*Sophomores and Juniors: The East Aurora Counseling Department is inviting you on a field trip to visit Waubonsee Community College’s Sugar Grove campus on Wednesday, September 25th. The trip will include a campus tour, information on career education and a free lunch! Please visit the College and Career Center for a permission slip. Again, only sophomores and juniors can attend.
-Andrew Rathje

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 18!
-Julie DeNood

*The EA ScholastiCats are looking for new members to join the team! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

Announcements for Thursday, September 13th

*Attention juniors and seniors! If you have a GPA of 3.5 or better, you will be receiving an invitation to apply for membership in the National Honor Society. A brief informational meeting will be held this Friday in the high school cafeteria at 3:25pm. You deserve to be recognized for your accomplishments–apply to the National Honor Society!
-Melanie Kleimola

*Want to be the next Jeopardy James (or Jane)? The EA ScholastiCats are having their first meeting of the year this Thursday at 3:30 in room 214. We’ll discuss upcoming meets and get some practice in. Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 C if you have questions!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Sophomores and Juniors: The East Aurora Counseling Department is inviting you on a field trip to visit Waubonsee Community College’s Sugar Grove campus on Wednesday, September 25th. The trip will include a campus tour, information on career education and a free lunch! Please visit the College and Career Center for a permission slip. Again, only sophomores and juniors can attend.
-Andrew Rathje

Announcements for Wednesday, September 12th

*Congratulations to Gina Rodriguez who earned a second place finish in number 2 singles and Lilia Luevano who won second place in number 1 singles.

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet on Thursdays! in room 515, at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information. All are welcome!
-Lisa Dioro

*Movie Club is watching THE DARK CRYSTAL this Wednesday in room 333. Can balance be restored in the land of Thra? Is Fizzgig a ball or a dog? Will you fulfill your destiny to go to movie club?
-Alan Scott

*Attention students interested in applying to highly selective colleges. Stanford University Junior and former Tomcat valedictorian Adrian Gonzalez will be discussing how to apply to and get into highly selective colleges today. There will be a presentation for juniors and seniors during 1st hour and a presentation for freshmen and sophomores during 2nd hour. Please get a pass from the CCC.
-Andrew Rathje

*The Korean Culture Club will have its first meeting on Monday, September 16th in Room 252.
-Mingoo Lee

*A flu shot clinic will be held for all district staff today, Wednesday September 11 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the Bardwell Elementary staff lounge. Please take this opportunity to protect yourselves from the flu. Additional clinics are set up for October 9th and 23rd.
-Jeanne Danos

*Attention juniors and seniors! If you have a GPA of 3.5 or better, you will be receiving an invitation to apply for membership in the National Honor Society. A brief informational meeting will be held this Friday in the high school cafeteria at 3:25pm. You deserve to be recognized for your accomplishments–apply to the National Honor Society!
-Melanie Kleimola

*Want to be the next Jeopardy James (or Jane)? The EA ScholastiCats are having their first meeting of the year this Thursday at 3:30 in room 214. We’ll discuss upcoming meets and get some practice in. Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 C if you have questions!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Sophomores and Juniors: The East Aurora Counseling Department is inviting you on a field trip to visit Waubonsee Community College’s Sugar Grove campus on Wednesday, September 25th. The trip will include a campus tour, information on career education and a free lunch! Please visit the College and Career Center for a permission slip. Again, only sophomores and juniors can attend.
-Andrew Rathje

Announcements for Wednesday, September 11th

*Congratulations to Gina Rodriguez who earned a second place finish in number 2 singles and Lilia Luevano who won second place in number 1 singles.

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet on Thursdays! in room 515, at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information. All are welcome!
-Lisa Dioro

*Movie Club is watching THE DARK CRYSTAL this Wednesday in room 333. Can balance be restored in the land of Thra? Is Fizzgig a ball or a dog? Will you fulfill your destiny to go to movie club?
-Alan Scott

*Attention students interested in applying to highly selective colleges. Stanford University Junior and former Tomcat valedictorian Adrian Gonzalez will be discussing how to apply to and get into highly selective colleges today. There will be a presentation for juniors and seniors during 1st hour and a presentation for freshmen and sophomores during 2nd hour. Please get a pass from the CCC.
-Andrew Rathje

*The Korean Culture Club will have its first meeting on Monday, September 16th in Room 252.
-Mingoo Lee

*A flu shot clinic will be held for all district staff today, Wednesday September 11 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the Bardwell Elementary staff lounge. Please take this opportunity to protect yourselves from the flu. Additional clinics are set up for October 9th and 23rd.
-Jeanne Danos

*Attention juniors and seniors! If you have a GPA of 3.5 or better, you will be receiving an invitation to apply for membership in the National Honor Society. A brief informational meeting will be held this Friday in the high school cafeteria at 3:25pm. You deserve to be recognized for your accomplishments–apply to the National Honor Society!
-Melanie Kleimola

*Want to be the next Jeopardy James (or Jane)? The EA ScholastiCats are having their first meeting of the year this Thursday at 3:30 in room 214. We’ll discuss upcoming meets and get some practice in. Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 C if you have questions!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Sophomores and Juniors: The East Aurora Counseling Department is inviting you on a field trip to visit Waubonsee Community College’s Sugar Grove campus on Wednesday, September 25th. The trip will include a campus tour, information on career education and a free lunch! Please visit the College and Career Center for a permission slip. Again, only sophomores and juniors can attend.
-Andrew Rathje

Announcements for Tuesday, September 10th

*Congratulations to Gina Rodriguez who earned a second place finish in number 2 singles and Lilia Luevano who won second place in number 1 singles.

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet on Thursdays! in room 515, at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information. All are welcome!
-Lisa Dioro

*Movie Club is watching THE DARK CRYSTAL this Wednesday in room 333. Can balance be restored in the land of Thra? Is Fizzgig a ball or a dog? Will you fulfill your destiny to go to movie club?
-Alan Scott

*Attention students interested in applying to highly selective colleges. Stanford University Junior and former Tomcat valedictorian Adrian Gonzalez will be discussing how to apply to and get into highly selective colleges on Wednesday, September 11th. There will be a presentation for Juniors and Seniors during 1st hour and a presentation for Freshmen and Sophomores during 2nd hour. Please get a pass from the CCC.
-Andrew Rathje

*The Korean Culture Club will have its first meeting on Monday, September 16th in Room 252.
-Mingoo Lee

*A flu shot clinic will be held for all district staff this Wednesday, September 11 from 3:30-4:30 pm in the Bardwell Elementary staff lounge. Please take this opportunity to protect yourselves from the flu. Additional clinics are set up for October 9th and 23rd.
-Jeanne Danos

*Attention juniors and seniors! If you have a GPA of 3.5 or better, you will be receiving an invitation to apply for membership in the National Honor Society. A brief informational meeting will be held this Friday in the high school cafeteria at 3:25pm. You deserve to be recognized for your accomplishments–apply to the National Honor Society!
-Melanie Kleimola

*Want to be the next Jeopardy James (or Jane)? The EA ScholastiCats are having their first meeting of the year this Thursday at 3:30 in room 214. We’ll discuss upcoming meets and get some practice in. Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 C if you have questions!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

Announcements for Monday, September 9th 

*Congratulations to East Aurora varsity tennis player Lizeth Ruiz who won her 3rd singles match on Thursday against West Chicago!

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Danos

*Attention Juniors! The first meeting of the Junior Class Council is scheduled for after school on Tuesday, September 10 in Room 319. Lead the charge for promoting junior class spirit and raising money for YOUR 2021 Prom. Many officer and leadership opportunities will be available to active participants. See Mrs. Kleimola in 319 with questions.
-Melanie Kleimola

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*HEY ARE YOU INTERESTED IN PLAYING BOYS BASKETBALL!!! There will be an open gym meeting for all levels on Monday, September 9 at 3:20 p.m. in room #114. Come meet the Coaching Staff as we prepare for this upcoming season. This is for student athletes not involved with a Fall Sport. We will discuss; Open Gym Schedule, Study Table, Conditioning, Weight Lifting and Conduct of a High School Athlete For more information, contact Coach Rick Robinson in room 265. IT’S GAME TIME!!!
-Coach Rick Robinson

*W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet on Thursdays! in room 515, at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information. All are welcome!
-Lisa Dioro

*Movie Club is watching THE DARK CRYSTAL this Wednesday in room 333. Can balance be restored in the land of Thra? Is Fizzgig a ball or a dog? Will you fulfill your destiny to go to movie club?
-Alan Scott

*Attention students interested in applying to highly selective colleges. Stanford University Junior and former Tomcat valedictorian Adrian Gonzalez will be discussing how to apply to and get into highly selective colleges on Wednesday, September 11th. There will be a presentation for Juniors and Seniors during 1st hour and a presentation for Freshmen and Sophomores during 2nd hour. Please get a pass from the CCC
-Andrew Rathje

*The College and Career Center is hosting three admissions representatives today. Illinois College is coming for 3A, Notre Dame 4A and North Central College 6B. Please stop by for a pass.
-Andrew Rathje

Announcements for Friday, September 6th

*Oh snap! Would you and your friends like to be on the cover of the 2019-2020 yearbook? Come to our first home football game on this Friday September 6 dressed in your favorite ’80s or ’90s fashion. Find a yearbook photographer before, during, or after the game to snap your group. The best-dressed group photo will grace the cover of the yearbook!
-Debra McGoldrick

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*Planning on visiting the Christkindlemart this year? Join the German Honor Society and you’ll be able to do many more fun activities. Our first meeting is this Friday at 3:20 p.m. in room 603. See you then!
-JoannaWardynski

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Danos

*Attention Juniors! The first meeting of the Junior Class Council is scheduled for after school on Tuesday, September 10 in Room 319. Lead the charge for promoting junior class spirit and raising money for YOUR 2021 Prom. Many officer and leadership opportunities will be available to active participants. See Mrs. Kleimola in 319 with questions.
-Melanie Kleimola

*HEY ARE YOU INTERESTED IN PLAYING BOYS BASKETBALL!!! There will be an open gym meeting for all levels on Monday, September 9 at 3:20 p.m. in room #114. Come meet the Coaching Staff as we prepare for this upcoming season. This is for student athletes not involved with a Fall Sport. We will discuss; Open Gym Schedule, Study Table, Conditioning, Weight Lifting and Conduct of a High School Athlete For more information, contact Coach Rick Robinson in room 265. IT’S GAME TIME!!!
-Coach Rick Robinson

*W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet on Thursdays! in room 515, at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information. All are welcome!
-Lisa Dioro

Announcements for Thursday, September 5th

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*Guide Right will be held on Tuesday, September 3, 2019. We are planning a trip the Chicago Football Classic and College Fair on Saturday, September 14, 2014. We will be setting goals and training for leadership.
-Phil Ferguson

*Oh snap! Would you and your friends like to be on the cover of the 2019-2020 yearbook? Come to our first home football game on this Friday September 6 dressed in your favorite 80s or 90s fashion. Find a yearbook photographer before, during, or after the game to snap your group. The best-dressed group photo will grace the cover of the yearbook!
-Debra McGoldrick

* Softball is back! Our first fall conditioning will be this Thursday, 9/5 at 3:30 pm. Please meet outside room 404 and be ready to go outside!
-Allie Cable

*Planning on visiting the Christkindlemart this year? Join the German Honor Society and you’ll be able to do many more fun activities. Our first meeting is this Friday at 3:20 p.m. in room 603. See you then!
-Joanna Wardynski

*The College and Career Center is hosting two admissions presentations today. Come learn about Monmouth College during 4A or Eastern Illinois University during 5B. See Mr. Rathje for a pass this morning.
-Andrew Rathje

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Danos

*Attention Juniors! The first meeting of the Junior Class Council is scheduled for after school on Tuesday, September 10 in Room 319. Lead the charge for promoting junior class spirit and raising money for YOUR 2021 Prom. Many officer and leadership opportunities will be available to active participants. See Mrs. Kleimola in 319 with questions.
-Melanie Kleimola

Announcements for Wednesday, September 4th

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 12!
-Julie DeNood

*Movie Club is back! We watch movies every Wednesday in room 333. Stuff your face with popcorn and not be judged. Would have been voted the “Ultimate Club at EA” if we’d bothered to have had a vote. You won’t want to miss it.
-Alan Scott

*Guide Right will be held on Tuesday, September 3, 2019. We are planning a trip the Chicago Football Classic and College Fair on Saturday, September 14, 2014. We will be setting goals and training for leadership.
-Phil Ferguson

*Educators Rising, a club for future teachers and any other students who want to bring positive change to our school while having fun, please join us at our next meeting! Educators Rising meets every Wednesday after school from 3:20 to 4:00 in room 329!
-Francesca Manzella

*Oh snap! Would you and your friends like to be on the cover of the 2019-2020 yearbook? Come to our first home football game on this Friday September 6 dressed in your favorite 80s or 90s fashion. Find a yearbook photographer before, during, or after the game to snap your group. The best-dressed group photo will grace the cover of the yearbook!
-Debra McGoldrick

* Softball is back! Our first fall conditioning will be this Thursday, 9/5 at 3:30 pm. Please meet outside room 404 and be ready to go outside!
-Allie Cable

*Planning on visiting the Christkindlemart this year? Join the German Honor Society and you’ll be able to do many more fun activities. Our first meeting is this Friday at 3:20 p.m. in room 603. See you then!
-JoannaWardynski

*The College and Career Center is hosting two admissions presentations today. Come learn about Monmouth College during 4A or Eastern Illinois University during 5B. See Mr. Rathje for a pass this morning.
-Andrew Rathje

Announcement for Tuesday, September 3rd

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!
-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! The creative writing club “Lit Mag” will be meeting every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the creative writing club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 12!
-Julie DeNood

*Movie Club is back! We watch movies every Wednesday in room 333. Stuff your face with popcorn and not be judged. Would have been voted the “Ultimate Club at EA” if we’d bothered to have had a vote. You won’t want to miss it.
-Alan Scott

*Guide Right will be held on Tuesday, September 3, 2019. We are planning a trip the Chicago Football Classic and College Fair on Saturday, September 14, 2014. We will be setting goals and training for leadership.
-Phil Ferguson

*Educators Rising, a club for future teachers and any other students who want to bring positive change to our school while having fun, please join us at our next meeting! Educators Rising meets every Wednesday after school from 3:20 to 4:00 in room 329!
-Francesca Manzella

*Oh snap! Would you and your friends like to be on the cover of the 2019-2020 yearbook? Come to our first home football game on this Friday September 6 dressed in your favorite 80s or 90s fashion. Find a yearbook photographer before, during, or after the game to snap your group. The best-dressed group photo will grace the cover of the yearbook!
-Debra McGoldrick

Announcements for Friday, August 30th

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.
-Joe Milinovich

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!
-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly starting next Thursday at 3:20 in room 323. This coming Thursday we will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.
-Andrew Herrmann

Everyone is invited to audition for the fall play – Fight Girl Battle World Auditions will be in the Little Theater starting on Wednesday, September 4th. Stop by the Little Theater to pick up audition materials and come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 3rd for more information. This is going to be an amazing show. Join us!
-Ross Wheeler

*Interested in technical theater but you couldn’t get in the class? Come and join our technical theater group after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. We meet in the Little Theater on Tuesdays, and in the auditorium on Wednesdays and Thursdays. We’ll teach you what you need to know. Come join technical theater!
-Ross Wheeler

*Culinary Club is up and running starting today Tuesday, August 27th and every Tuesday in room 112 at 3:20. Come and join in the wonderful cooking experience and have fun while doing it. Any questions see Mrs. Thayer in room 112.
-Peggy Thayer

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet every Wednesday in room 515 from 3:25 p.m.-4:20 p.m. All are welcome.
-Lisa Dioro

*Attention members of the National Honor Society. Our first meeting will be held Friday after school in the cafeteria. All members are expected to attend all meetings. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Kleimola or one of the officers. See you there!
-Melanie Kleimola

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! The creative writing club “Lit Mag” will be meeting every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the creative writing club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 12!
-Julie DeNood

Announcements for Thursday, August 28th

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.
-Joe Milinovich

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!
-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly starting next Thursday at 3:20 in room 323. This coming Thursday we will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.
-Andrew Herrmann

Everyone is invited to audition for the fall play – Fight Girl Battle World Auditions will be in the Little Theater starting on Wednesday, September 4th. Stop by the Little Theater to pick up audition materials and come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 3rd for more information. This is going to be an amazing show. Join us!
-Ross Wheeler

*Interested in technical theater but you couldn’t get in the class? Come and join our technical theater group after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. We meet in the Little Theater on Tuesdays, and in the auditorium on Wednesdays and Thursdays. We’ll teach you what you need to know. Come join technical theater!
-Ross Wheeler

*Culinary Club is up and running starting today Tuesday, August 27th and every Tuesday in room 112 at 3:20. Come and join in the wonderful cooking experience and have fun while doing it. Any questions see Mrs. Thayer in room 112.
-Peggy Thayer

*Hey Lady Tomcats want to play basketball this upcoming year? There will be a brief Open Gym meeting this Wednesday August 28, 2019 @ 3:20 pm in room 503. We will discuss Open gym schedule, Fall League, expectations, and tryout information. Open Gym is open to all female student athletes that aren’t participating in a fall sport. If you have any questions please see Coach Clayborn in room 503.
-Coach Lee Clayborn

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet every Wednesday in room 515 from 3:25 p.m.-4:20 p.m. All are welcome.
-Lisa Dioro
*Attention members of the National Honor Society. Our first meeting will be held Friday after school in the cafeteria. All members are expected to attend all meetings. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Kleimola or one of the officers. See you there!
-Melanie Kleimola

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! The creative writing club “Lit Mag” will be meeting every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the creative writing club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 12!
-Julie DeNood

*Want to know more about the bible? Want to share your biblical ideas with us? P7 bible club is the right place to start! Please come and stop in room 235 after school today to learn more with us and expand your biblical knowledge. Snacks included!
-Chad Kelly

Announcements for Wednesday, August 28th

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.
-Joe Milinovich

*Bilingual Honor Society will meet in room 215 Palmer’s new room on Wednesday. Help us design our 2019 t-shirts. Snacks and drinks will be served.
-Lori Palmer

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!
-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly starting next Thursday at 3:20 in room 323. This coming Thursday we will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.
-Andrew Herrmann

*Attention Anime enthusiasts, Cosplayers and the curious! Our first meeting will be held after school on Wednesday, August 28th, from 3:25 to 4:30 in Room 360. Staff are welcome. See Mr. R. Sroka or Ms. Sanders for more details.
-Robert Sroka

*We hope you are joining us today for FCCLA in room 106 or see Mrs. Doucette, its a fun club with lots of activities and even some traveling. Hope to see you there.
-Kristin Doucette

*I scream, you scream, let’s eat some ice-cream! Come join the Educators Rising club for our ice-cream social in room 329 TODAY at 3:15 to meet new friends, learn about our club, and make positive changes to our school and community! Bring a friend, enjoy some ice-cream, and check out Educators Rising!
-Francesca Manzella

Everyone is invited to audition for the fall play – Fight Girl Battle World Auditions will be in the Little Theater starting on Wednesday, September 4th. Stop by the Little Theater to pick up audition materials and come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 3rd for more information. This is going to be an amazing show. Join us!
-Ross Wheeler

Interested in technical theater but you couldn’t get in the class? Come and join our technical theater group after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. We meet in the Little Theater on Tuesdays, and in the auditorium on Wednesdays and Thursdays. We’ll teach you what you need to know. Come join technical theater!
-Ross Wheeler

Movie Club is back! We watch movies every Wednesday after school in room 333. Our next movie is ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL. Movies are free. You won’t want to miss it.
-Alan Scott

*Culinary Club is up and running starting today Tuesday, August 27th and every Tuesday in room 112 at 3:20. Come and join in the wonderful cooking experience and have fun while doing it. Any questions see Mrs. Thayer in room 112.
-Peggy Thayer

*Hey Lady Tomcats want to play basketball this upcoming year? There will be a brief Open Gym meeting this Wednesday August 28, 2019 @ 3:20 pm in room 503. We will discuss Open gym schedule, Fall League, expectations, and tryout information. Open Gym is open to all female student athletes that aren’t participating in a fall sport. If you have any questions please see Coach Clayborn in room 503.
-Coach Lee Clayborn
*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet every Wednesday in room 515 from 3:25 p.m.-4:20 p.m. All are welcome.
-Lisa Dioro

*Attention members of the National Honor Society. Our first meeting will be held Friday after school in the cafeteria. All members are expected to attend all meetings. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Kleimola or one of the officers. See you there!
-Melanie Kleimola

*Student Council meets every Wednesday after school in room 362. Come today to join and help plan Homecoming week and many more events!
-Kenneth Gerk

*Senior Class Council start Tomorrow, and meets every Thursday, after school, in room 188. Elections, Prom venues, Homecoming, and many other events will be planned.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! The creative writing club “Lit Mag” will be meeting every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the creative writing club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

Announcements for Tuesday, August 27th

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.

-Joe Milinovich

*Billngual Honor Society will meet in room 215 Palmer’s new room on Wednesday. Help us design our 2019 t-shirts. Snacks and drinks will be served.

-Lori Palmer

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!

-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!

-Karie Nash

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly starting next Thursday at 3:20 in room 323. This coming Thursday we will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.

– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.

-Andrew Herrmann

*Attention Anime enthusiasts, Cosplayers and the curious! Our first meeting will be held after school on Wednesday, August 28th, from 3:25 to 4:30 in Room 360. Staff are welcome. See Mr. R. Sroka or Ms. Sanders for more details.

-Robert Sroka

*Would you like to be in a club where we compete and even possible travel?  No experience needed, we do fun activities through the year.  Join FCCLA in room 106 every Wed after school or see Mrs. Doucette

-Kristin Doucette

*I scream, you scream, let’s eat some ice-cream!  Come join the Educators Rising club for our ice-cream social in room 329 on Wednesday at 3:15 to meet new friends, learn about our club, and make positive changes to our school and community!  Bring a friend, enjoy some ice-cream, and check out Educators Rising!

-Francesca Manzella

Everone is invited to audition for the fall play – Fight Girl Battle World Auditions will be in the Little Theater starting on Wednesday, September 4th. Stop by the Little Theater to pick up audition materials and come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 3rd for more information. This is going to be an amazing show. Join us!

-Ross Wheeler

Interested in technical theater but you couldn’t get in the class? Come and join our technical theater group after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. We meet in the Little Theater on Tuesdays, and in the auditorium on Wednesdays and Thursdays. We’ll teach you what you need to know. Come join technical theater!

-Ross Wheeler

Movie Club is back! We watch movies every Wednesday after school in room 333. Our next movie is ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL. Movies are free. You won’t want to miss it.

-Alan Scott

*Culinary Club is up and running starting today Tuesday, August 27th and every Tuesday in room 112 at 3:20.  Come and join in the wonderful cooking experience and have fun while doing it. Any questions see Mrs. Thayer in room 112.

-Peggy Thayer

*Hey Lady Tomcats want to play basketball this upcoming year? There will be a brief Open Gym meeting this Wednesday August 28, 2019 @ 3:20 pm in room 503. We will discuss Open gym schedule, Fall League, expectations, and tryout information. Open Gym is open to all female student athletes that aren’t participating in a fall sport. If you have any questions please see Coach Clayborn in room 503.

-Coach Lee Clayborn

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet every Wednesday in room 515 from 3:25 p.m.-4:20 p.m.  All are welcome.

-Lisa Dioro

*Attention members of the National Honor Society. Our first meeting will be held Friday after school in the cafeteria. All members are expected to attend all meetings. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Kleimola or one of the officers. See you there!

-Melanie Kleimola

Announcements for Monday, August 26th

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.

-Joe Milinovich

*Bilingual Honor Society will meet in room 215 Palmer’s new room on Wednesday. Help us design our 2019 t-shirts. Snacks and drinks will be served.

-Lori Palmer

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!

-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!

-Karie Nash

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly starting next Thursday at 3:20 in room 323. This coming Thursday we will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.

– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.

-Andrew Herrmann

*Attention Anime enthusiasts, Cosplayers and the curious! Our first meeting will be held after school on Wednesday, August 28th, from 3:25 to 4:30 in Room 360. Staff are welcome. See Mr. R. Sroka or Ms. Sanders for more details.

-Robert Sroka

*Would you like to be in a club where we compete and even possible travel?  No experience needed, we do fun activities through the year.  Join FCCLA in room 106 every Wed after school or see Mrs. Doucette

-Kristin Doucette

*I scream, you scream, let’s eat some ice-cream!  Come join the Educators Rising club for our ice-cream social in room 329 on Wednesday at 3:15 to meet new friends, learn about our club, and make positive changes to our school and community!  Bring a friend, enjoy some ice-cream, and check out Educators Rising!

-Francesca Manzella

Everyone is invited to audition for the fall play – Fight Girl Battle World Auditions will be in the Little Theater starting on Wednesday, September 4th. Stop by the Little Theater to pick up audition materials and come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 3rd for more information. This is going to be an amazing show. Join us!

-Ross Wheeler

Interested in technical theater but you couldn’t get in the class? Come and join our technical theater group after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. We meet in the Little Theater on Tuesdays, and in the auditorium on Wednesdays and Thursdays. We’ll teach you what you need to know. Come join technical theater!

-Ross Wheeler

Movie Club is back! We watch movies every Wednesday after school in room 333. Our next movie is ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL. Movies are free. You won’t want to miss it.

-Alan Scott

Announcements for Friday, August 23rd

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.

-Joe Milinovich

*Bilingual Honor Society will meet in room 215 Palmer’s new room on Wednesday. Help us design our 2019 t-shirts. Snacks and drinks will be served.

-Lori Palmer

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!

-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!

-Karie Nash

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly starting next Thursday at 3:20 in room 323. This coming Thursday we will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.

– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.

-Andrew Herrmann

*Attention Anime enthusiasts, Cosplayers and the curious! Our first meeting will be held after school on Wednesday, August 28th, from 3:25 to 4:30 in Room 360. Staff are welcome. See Mr. R. Sroka or Ms. Sanders for more details.

-Robert Sroka

*Would you like to be in a club where we compete and even possible travel?  No experience needed, we do fun activities through the year.  Join FCCLA in room 106 every Wed after school or see Mrs. Doucette

-Kristin Doucette

*I scream, you scream, let’s eat some ice-cream!  Come join the Educators Rising club for our ice-cream social in room 329 on Wednesday at 3:15 to meet new friends, learn about our club, and make positive changes to our school and community!  Bring a friend, enjoy some ice-cream, and check out Educators Rising!

-Francesca Manzella

Everyone is invited to audition for the fall play – Fight Girl Battle World Auditions will be in the Little Theater starting on Wednesday, September 4th. Stop by the Little Theater to pick up audition materials and come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 3rd for more information. This is going to be an amazing show. Join us!

-Ross Wheeler

Interested in technical theater but you couldn’t get in the class? Come and join our technical theater group after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. We meet in the Little Theater on Tuesdays, and in the auditorium on Wednesdays and Thursdays. We’ll teach you what you need to know. Come join technical theater!

-Ross Wheeler

Announcements for Thursday, August 22nd

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.

-Joe Milinovich

*Bilingual Honor Society will meet in room 215 Palmer’s new room on Wednesday. Help us design our 2019 t-shirts. Snacks and drinks will be served.

-Lori Palmer

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!

-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!

-Karie Nash

*Culinary Club is back and will start next Tuesday, August 27th, room 112 from 3:20 to 4:15.   If you like to cook, bake or just have fun in the kitchen while enjoying good food then this is the club for you.  Any questions see Mrs. Thayer in room 112.

-Peggy Thayer

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly on Thursdays at 3:20 in room 323.   Our first meeting will be Thursday, 8/29.  We will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.

– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.

-Andrew Herrmann

*Attention Anime enthusiasts, Cosplayers and the curious! Our first meeting will be held after school on Wednesday, August 28th, from 3:25 to 4:30 in Room 360. Staff are welcome. See Mr. R. Sroka or Ms. Sanders for more details.

-Robert Sroka

*Would you like to be in a club where we compete and even possible travel?  No experience needed, we do fun activities through the year.  Join FCCLA in room 106 every Wed after school or see Mrs. Doucette.

-Kristin Doucette

Announcements for Wednesday, August 21st

*Movie Club is back! We watch movies every Wednesday right after school in room 333. Our next movie is ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL. Be there.

-Alan Scott

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.

-Joe Milinovich

*Here we go with DECA starting Thursday morning at 7:00 am in Room 203.  Everyone is welcome.

-Mark Lyons

*Bilingual Honor Society will meet in room 215 Palmer’s new room. Help us design our 2019 t-shirts. Snacks and drinks will be served.

-Lori Palmer

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!

-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!

-Karie Nash

*Culinary Club is back and will start next Tuesday, August 27th, room 112 from 3:20 to 4:15.   If you like to cook, bake or just have fun in the kitchen while enjoying good food then this is the club for you.  Any questions see Mrs. Thayer in room 112

-Peggy Thayer

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly on Thursdays at 3:20 in room 323. This coming Thursday we will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.

– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.

-Andrew Herrmann

*Attention Anime enthusiasts, Cosplayers and the curious! Our first meeting will be held after school on Wednesday, August 28th, from 3:25 to 4:30 in Room 360. Staff are welcome. See Mr. R. Sroka or Ms. Sanders for more details.

-Robert Sroka

The WEB DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Wednesday, in room 515, at 3:15 p.m. All are welcome.

-Lisa T. Dioro

Announcements for Monday, September 30th

*Library (study hall) passes are available at the library after school Mon. through Fri. before 2:25. Students may also pick up a pass before school on Tuesday Late Start Days between 8:05 and 9:00. Each library (study hall) pass is good for the entire week. The periods the library is not open to study halls is indicated on the pass. A current ID with the lunch period clearly indicated is needed to obtain a pass.
-Celia Kivisto
Library staff

* Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, Seniors: Oct. 7, Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Are you a trivia nerd or the friend that knows everything and can share random facts? The EA ScholastiCats are looking for additional members to join the team! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details! Our next meeting will be Wednesday, 10/2 in room 214 from 3:30 – 4:15.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Want to know more about the bible? Want to share your biblical ideas with us? P7 bible
club is the right place to start! The Bible Club meets in room 235 after school every Thursday.
Learn more with us and expand your biblical knowledge. Snacks included!
-Chad Kelly

*Movie Club is watching spooky, ooky, fright-tastic movies all October. Join us this Wednesday to watch CORPSE BRIDE, a sweet but weird tale of the marriage between a young man and a ghost, which starts at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

Announcements for Friday, September 27th

*JV Tennis winners: Maricella Martinez and Isarel Zamudio won their doubles match against South Elgin on Tuesday night.
-Donnell Collins

*Library (study hall) passes are available at the library after school Mon. through Fri. before 2:25. Students may also pick up a pass before school on Tuesday Late Start Days between 8:05 and 9:00. Each library (study hall) pass is good for the entire week. The periods the library is not open to study halls is indicated on the pass. A current ID with the lunch period clearly indicated is needed to obtain a pass.
-Celia Kivisto
Library staff

*Homecoming week is here! Dance tickets are for sale all this week in the cafeteria for $20, or $25 at the door. Remember to bring your ID to the dance as well.
-Kenneth Gerk

*On Friday, the varsity soccer and football teams play at home, and there will carnival food and games as well! The varsity soccer game starts at 4:30, and the football game will be after that.
-Kenneth Gerk

*’Tis the season of pumpkin spice lattes, bonfires, and pumpkin farms. Stop by room 323 and fill out a survey for your favorite spot for a fall date or outing with friends. Surveys are outside the door. Have you seen the new IT? Fill out a survey about your favorite horror movie reboot! Make the yearbook yours, and get in it.
-Debra McGoldrick

* Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, Seniors: Oct. 7, Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! If you were impressed by the performance, at the pep rally, the creative writing club could be for you! “Lit Mag” meets every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the Creative Writing Club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*If you have a voice, if you have energy, if you love the spotlight, and even if you have a fear of public speaking…the brand new SPEECH TEAM is for you! We will be meeting Thursday to see videos of award-winning speeches, lay out a schedule, and maybe even decide on what events you can perform in. That’s the Speech Team in room 334 after school this Thursday. See Mr. Eye for details.
-Michael Aye

*Hey Tomcats! Do you enjoy math? Are you still looking to become involved in the school and community? The Math Honors Society will be accepting new member applications until Friday, October 4! Come be a part of an awesome group dedicated to helping others and having fun! See Mrs. Van Horn in Room 168 for an application!
-Kristin Van Horn

*Are you a trivia nerd or the friend that knows everything and can share random facts? The EA ScholastiCats are looking for additional members to join the team! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details! Our next meeting will be Wednesday, 10/2 in room 214 from 3:30 – 4:15.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Want to know more about the bible? Want to share your biblical ideas with us? P7 bible
club is the right place to start! The Bible Club meets in room 235 after school every Thursday.
Learn more with us and expand your biblical knowledge. Snacks included!
-Chad Kelly

Announcements for Thursday, September 26th

*Library (study hall) passes are available at the library after school Mon. through Fri. before 2:25. Students may also pick up a pass before school on Tuesday Late Start Days between 8:05 and 9:00. Each library (study hall) pass is good for the entire week. The periods the library is not open to study halls is indicated on the pass. A current ID with the lunch period clearly indicated is needed to obtain a pass.
-Celia Kivisto
Library staff

*Homecoming week is here! Dance tickets are for sale all this week in the cafeteria for $20, or $25 at the door. Remember to bring your ID to the dance as well.
-Kenneth Gerk

*The powder puff football game is Thursday, at 7:30 after the Sophomore football game. Any girls participating should go to practice Monday and Tuesday. Please meet in the field house lobby at 3:30.
-Kenneth Gerk

*On Friday, the varsity soccer and football teams play at home, and there will carnival food and games as well! The varsity soccer game starts at 4:30, and the football game will be after that.
-Kenneth Gerk

*’Tis the season of pumpkin spice lattes, bonfires, and pumpkin farms. Stop by room 323 and fill out a survey for your favorite spot for a fall date or outing with friends. Surveys are outside the door. Have you seen the new IT? Fill out a survey about your favorite horror movie reboot! Make the yearbook yours, and get in it.
-Debra McGoldrick

* Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, Seniors: Oct. 7, Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! If you were impressed by the performance, at the pep rally, the creative writing club could be for you! “Lit Mag” meets every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the Creative Writing Club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Aye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*If you have a voice, if you have energy, if you love the spotlight, and even if you have a fear of public speaking…the brand new SPEECH TEAM is for you! We will be meeting Thursday to see videos of award-winning speeches, lay out a schedule, and maybe even decide on what events you can perform in. That’s the Speech Team in room 334 after school this Thursday. See Mr. Eye for details.
-Michael Aye

*Hey Tomcats! Do you enjoy math? Are you still looking to become involved in the school and community? The Math Honors Society will be accepting new member applications until Friday, October 4! Come be a part of an awesome group dedicated to helping others and having fun! See Mrs. Van Horn in Room 168 for an application!
-Kristin Van Horn

*Seniors: Did you know that you can apply for a college and receive an admissions decision the very same day? Well, you can, and your first chance to do so will be this Thursday in the College and Career Center with Aurora University’s On-site Admissions Day. Please sign up in the CCC to save your spot. This event will run during all lunch and study hall periods, again, on Thursday.
-Andrew Rathje

*BTGEA Operation Snowball is back. Returning and new members are welcome to our first meeting of the year this Thursday in Room 221. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa look forward to seeing a new group of leaders crop out who are interested in positive rewarding experiences.
-Thomas M. Vasa

Announcements for Wednesday, September 25th 

*If you are interested in taking the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam in the spring, and you are not enrolled in an AP Spanish class, please see Mr. Marten, the division chair for world cultures in his office, room 172. He can also be reached by e-mail at kmarten@d131.org.
-Kevin Marten

*ECO club will be selling temporary tattoos for Homecoming week! $1 for the eyeblacks $2 for the Red glitter tattoos. Find an ECO club member or stop by rooms 208 or 210 for yours today. Show your school spirit!
-Karie Nash

*What would you do if you suddenly had super powers? Movie Club is asking the big, important questions. Join us as we watch SHAZAM! this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*Library (study hall) passes are available at the library after school Mon. through Fri. before 2:25. Students may also pick up a pass before school on Tuesday Late Start Days between 8:05 and 9:00. Each library (study hall) pass is good for the entire week. The periods the library is not open to study halls is indicated on the pass. A current ID with the lunch period clearly indicated is needed to obtain a pass.
-Celia Kivisto
Library staff

*Homecoming week is here! Dance tickets are for sale all this week in the cafeteria for $20, or $25 at the door. Remember to bring your ID to the dance as well.
-Kenneth Gerk

*The powder puff football game is Thursday, at 7:30 after the Sophomore football game. Any girls participating should go to practice Monday and Tuesday. Please meet in the field house lobby at 3:30.
-Kenneth Gerk

*On Friday, the varsity soccer and football teams play at home, and there will carnival food and games as well! The varsity soccer game starts at 4:30, and the football game will be after that.
-Kenneth Gerk

*’Tis the season of pumpkin spice lattes, bonfires, and pumpkin farms. Stop by room 323 and fill out a survey for your favorite spot for a fall date or outing with friends. Surveys are outside the door. Have you seen the new IT? Fill out a survey about your favorite horror movie reboot! Make the yearbook yours, and get in it.
-Debra McGoldrick

* Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, Seniors: Oct. 7, Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! If you were impressed by the performance, at the pep rally, the creative writing club could be for you! “Lit Mag” meets every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the Creative Writing Club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*If you have a voice, if you have energy, if you love the spotlight, and even if you have a fear of public speaking…the brand new SPEECH TEAM is for you! We will be meeting Thursday to see videos of award-winning speeches, lay out a schedule, and maybe even decide on what events you can perform in. That’s the Speech Team in room 334 after school this Thursday. See Mr. Eye for details.
-Michael Aye

*Hey Tomcats! Do you enjoy math? Are you still looking to become involved in the school and community? The Math Honors Society will be accepting new member applications until Friday, October 4! Come be a part of an awesome group dedicated to helping others and having fun! See Mrs. Van Horn in Room 168 for an application!
-Kristin Van Horn

*Seniors: Did you know that you can apply for a college and receive an admissions decision the very same day? Well, you can, and your first chance to do so will be this Thursday in the College and Career Center with Aurora University’s On-site Admissions Day. Please sign up in the CCC to save your spot. This event will run during all lunch and study hall periods, again, on Thursday.
-Andrew Rathje

*BTGEA Operation Snowball is back. Returning and new members are welcome to our first meeting of the year this Thursday in Room 221. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa look forward to seeing a new group of leaders crop out who are interested in positive rewarding experiences.
-Thomas M. Vasa

Announcements for Tuesday, September 24th

*If you are interested in taking the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam in the spring, and you are not enrolled in an AP Spanish class, please see Mr. Marten, the division chair for world cultures in his office, room 172. He can also be reached by e-mail at kmarten@d131.org.
-Kevin Marten

*ECO club will be selling temporary tattoos for Homecoming week! $1 for the eyeblacks $2 for the Red glitter tattoos. Find an ECO club member or stop by rooms 208 or 210 for yours today. Show your school spirit!
-Karie Nash

*The EA ScholastiCats will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 9/25 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 9/26 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details and a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*What would you do if you suddenly had super powers? Movie Club is asking the big, important questions. Join us as we watch SHAZAM! this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*Students interested in becoming a teacher are invited to the College and Career Center on Tuesday morning during 1st hour to learn about the Golden Apple Scholarship. Please visit the CCC for a pass.
-Andrew Rathje

*Library (study hall) passes are available at the library after school Mon. through Fri. before 2:25. Students may also pick up a pass before school on Tuesday Late Start Days between 8:05 and 9:00. Each library (study hall) pass is good for the entire week. The periods the library is not open to study halls is indicated on the pass. A current ID with the lunch period clearly indicated is needed to obtain a pass.
-Celia Kivisto
Library staff

*Homecoming week is here! Dance tickets are for sale all this week in the cafeteria for $20, or $25 at the door. Remember to bring your ID to the dance as well.
-Kenneth Gerk

*The powder puff football game is Thursday, at 7:30 after the Sophomore football game. Any girls participating should go to practice Monday and Tuesday. Please meet in the field house lobby at 3:30.
-Kenneth Gerk

*On Friday, the varsity soccer and football teams play at home, and there will carnival food and games as well! The varsity soccer game starts at 4:30, and the football game will be after that.
-Kenneth Gerk

*’Tis the season of pumpkin spice lattes, bonfires, and pumpkin farms. Stop by room 323 and fill out a survey for your favorite spot for a fall date or outing with friends. Surveys are outside the door. Have you seen the new IT? Fill out a survey about your favorite horror movie reboot! Make the yearbook yours, and get in it.
-Debra McGoldrick

* Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, Seniors: Oct. 7, Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! If you were impressed by the performance, at the pep rally, the creative writing club could be for you! “Lit Mag” meets every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the Creative Writing Club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*If you have a voice, if you have energy, if you love the spotlight, and even if you have a fear of public speaking…the brand new SPEECH TEAM is for you! We will be meeting Thursday to see videos of award-winning speeches, lay out a schedule, and maybe even decide on what events you can perform in. That’s the Speech Team in room 334 after school this Thursday. See Mr. Eye for details.
-Michael Aye

*Guide Right will be held on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. We will be discussing your life plans at 40 years old and the winning strategy that will make your vision come true.
-Phil Ferguson

*Hey Tomcats! Do you enjoy math? Are you still looking to become involved in the school and community? The Math Honors Society will be accepting new member applications until Friday, October 4! Come be a part of an awesome group dedicated to helping others and having fun! See Mrs. Van Horn in Room 168 for an application!
-Kristin Van Horn

*Seniors: Did you know that you can apply for a college and receive an admissions decision the very same day? Well, you can, and your first chance to do so will be this Thursday in the College and Career Center with Aurora University’s On-site Admissions Day. Please sign up in the CCC to save your spot. This event will run during all lunch and study hall periods, again, on Thursday.
-Andrew Rathje

*BTGEA Operation Snowball is back. Returning and new members are welcome to our first meeting of the year this Thursday in Room 221. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa look forward to seeing a new group of leaders crop out who are interested in positive rewarding experiences.
-Thomas M. Vasa

Announcements for Monday September 23rd

*Homecoming week is here! Dance tickets are for sale all this week in the cafeteria for $20, or $25 at the door. Remember to bring your ID to the dance as well.
-Kenneth Gerk

*The powder puff football game is Thursday, at 7:30 after the Sophomore football game. Any girls participating should go to practice Monday and Tuesday. Please meet in the field house lobby at 3:30.
-Kenneth Gerk

*On Friday, the varsity soccer and football teams play at home, and there will carnival food and games as well! The varsity soccer game starts at 4:30, and the football game will be after that.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Thursday night varsity girls defeated Larkin High school. In singles: Lizeth Ruiz.
Doubles winners: Faith Lor and Alex Ochoa, Tamara Alvarado and Emma Fowler, Flora Tovar and Liliana Kenyon, Janet Lozoya and Lilia Leuvano.
-Donnell Collins

*If you are interested in taking the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam in the spring, and you are not enrolled in an AP Spanish class, please see Mr. Marten, the division chair for world cultures in his office, room 172. He can also be reached by e-mail at kmarten@d131.org.
-Kevin Marten

*ECO club will be selling temporary tattoos for Homecoming week! $1 for the eyeblacks $2 for the Red glitter tattoos. Find an ECO club member or stop by rooms 208 or 210 for yours today. Show your school spirit!
-Karie Nash

*The EA ScholastiCats will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 9/25 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 9/26 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details and a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Seniors, if you are interested in learning how you can complete an Associates Degree in one year, then stop by the College and Career Center today during 3A or 4A to learn about the Waubonsee QuickPath program. Passes are in the CCC.
-Andrew Rathje

*What would you do if you suddenly had super powers? Movie Club is asking the big, important questions. Join us as we watch SHAZAM! this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*Students interested in becoming a teacher are invited to the College and Career Center on Tuesday morning during 1st hour to learn about the Golden Apple Scholarship. Please visit the CCC for a pass.
-Andrew Rathje

*Library (study hall) passes are available at the library after school Mon. through Fri. before 2:25. Students may also pick up a pass before school on Tuesday Late Start Days between 8:05 and 9:00. Each library (study hall) pass is good for the entire week. The periods the library is not open to study halls is indicated on the pass. A current ID with the lunch period clearly indicated is needed to obtain a pass.
-Celia Kivisto
Library staff

*’Tis the season of pumpkin spice lattes, bonfires, and pumpkin farms. Stop by room 323 and fill out a survey for your favorite spot for a fall date or outing with friends. Surveys are outside the door. Have you seen the new IT? Fill out a survey about your favorite horror movie reboot! Make the yearbook yours, and get in it.
-Debra McGoldrick

Announcements for Friday, September 20, 2019

*Varsity Girl singles winners against Fenton on Tuesday night were, Gina Rodriguez, Lizeth Ruiz. Doubles team winners: Livia Byrne and Flora Tovar, Tamara Alvarado and Emma Fowler.
Junior Varsity Singles winners against Fenton : Viridiana Perez, Helen Valerio. Doubles winners were Kim Leon and Tila Uriostegui.
-Donnell Collins

*If you are interested in taking the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam in the spring, and you are not enrolled in an AP Spanish class, please see Mr. Marten, the division chair for world cultures in his office, room 172. He can also be reached by e-mail at kmarten@d131.org.
-Kevin Marten

*ECO club will be selling temporary tattoos for Homecoming week! $1 for the eyeblacks $2 for the Red glitter tattoos. Find an ECO club member or stop by rooms 208 or 210 for yours today. Show your school spirit!
-Karie Nash

*The EA ScholastiCats will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 9/25 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 9/26 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details and a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

Announcements for Thursday, September 19, 2019

*Varsity Girl singles winners against Fenton on Tuesday night were, Gina Rodriguez, Lizeth Ruiz. Doubles team winners: Livia Byrne and Flora Tovar, Tamara Alvarado and Emma Fowler.
Junior Varsity Singles winners against Fenton : Viridiana Perez, Helen Valerio. Doubles winners were Kim Leon and Tila Uriostegui.
-Donnell Collins

*The Homecoming 2019 dance, A night on the red carpet, is Saturday September 28th. Any students who wish to nominate someone for Homecoming Court can pick up a form outside room 362, or the main office. Forms are due NO later than Wednesday, September 18th. Also, any student who’d like to bring a NON-East High guest, can pick up a guest pass form and complete it NO later than Friday, September
20th.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Any Senior who’d like to join Senior Class Council and plan everyone’s senior year, please come to room 188 on Thursdays after school.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Calling all Freshmen! Freshman Class Council meets on Tuesdays, in room 317, at 3:25. Come for the candy, stay for the fun. We will see you on Tuesday, Freshmen!
-Sarah Gillespie

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Thursday; at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. in room 515. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa Dioro

*If you have a voice, if you have energy, if you love the spotlight, and even if you have a fear of public speaking…the brand new SPEECH TEAM is for you! We will be meeting NEXT Thursday to see videos of award-winning speeches, lay out a schedule, and maybe even decide on what events you can perform in. That’s the Speech Team in room 334 after school next Thursday. See Mr. Eye for details.
-Michael Aye

*If you are interested in taking the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam in the spring, and you are not enrolled in an AP Spanish class, please see Mr. Marten, the division chair for world cultures in his office, room 172. He can also be reached by e-mail at kmarten@d131.org.
-Kevin Marten

*If you are interested in playing basketball and not in a Fall sport. Study Table will be Monday through Thursday 3:20 to 5:00 pm in room 114, followed by Open Gym or Conditioning.
– Coach Rick Robinson

Announcements for Wednesday, September 18th

*Congratulations to Gina Rodriguez who was victorious playing varsity number 3 singles last night at Lisle. Also, Viridiana Perez and Tila Uriostegui won in number 4 doubles.
– Donnell Collins

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 18!
-Julie DeNood

*The EA ScholastiCats are looking for new members to join the team! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details! Our next meeting will be Wednesday, 9/18 in room 214 from 3:30 – 4:15.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Have you ever wondered who would win if all the world’s most giant monsters had a battle? Find out at MOVIE CLUB this Wednesday in room 333 when we watch GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS, even though the title IS bit of a spoiler about who comes out on top.
-Alan Scott

*The Homecoming 2019 dance, A night on the red carpet, is Saturday September 28th. Any students who wish to nominate someone for Homecoming Court can pick up a form outside room 362, or the main office. Forms are due NO later than Wednesday, September 18th. Also, any student who’d like to bring a NON-East High guest, can pick up a guest pass form and complete it NO later than Friday, September
20th.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Any Senior who’d like to join Senior Class Council and plan everyone’s senior year, please come to room 188 on Thursdays after school.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Calling all Freshmen! Freshman Class Council meets on Tuesdays, in room 317, at 3:25. Come for the candy, stay for the fun. We will see you on Tuesday, Freshmen!
-Sarah Gillespie

*Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, and Seniors: Oct. 7.
Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
-Debra McGoldrick

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Danos

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Thursday; at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. in room 515. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa Dioro

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! The creative writing club “Lit Mag” will be meeting every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the Creative Writing Club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*If you have a voice, if you have energy, if you love the spotlight, and even if you have a fear of public speaking…the brand new SPEECH TEAM is for you! We will be meeting NEXT Thursday to see videos of award-winning speeches, lay out a schedule, and maybe even decide on what events you can perform in. That’s the Speech Team in room 334 after school next Thursday. See Mr. Eye for details.
-Michael Aye

*If you are interested in taking the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam in the spring, and you are not enrolled in an AP Spanish class, please see Mr. Marten, the division chair for world cultures in his office, room 172. He can also be reached by e-mail at kmarten@d131.org.
-Kevin Marten

*If you are interested in playing basketball and not in a Fall sport. Study Table will be Monday through Thursday 3:20 to 5:00 pm in room 114, followed by Open Gym or Conditioning.
– Coach Rick Robinson

*The College and Career Center is hosting Class of 2018 Valedictorian and Stanford University Sophomore Sihguat Torres for a special presentation on Highly Selective Colleges today during 7th hour. All juniors and seniors are invited to attend. Please get a pass from the CCC.
-Andrew Rathje

Announcements for Tuesday, September 17th 

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 18!
-Julie DeNood

*The EA ScholastiCats are looking for new members to join the team! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details! Our next meeting will be Wednesday, 9/18 in room 214 from 3:30 – 4:15.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Have you ever wondered who would win if all the world’s most giant monsters had a battle? Find out at MOVIE CLUB this Wednesday in room 333 when we watch GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS, even though the title IS bit of a spoiler about who comes out on top.
-Alan Scott

*The Homecoming 2019 dance, A night on the red carpet, is Saturday September 28th. Any students who wish to nominate someone for Homecoming Court can pick up a form outside room 362, or the main office. Forms are due NO later than Wednesday, September 18th. Also, any student who’d like to bring a NON-East High guest, can pick up a guest pass form and complete it NO later than Friday, September
20th.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Any Senior who’d like to join Senior Class Council and plan everyone’s senior year, please come to room 188 on Thursdays after school.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Calling all Freshmen! Freshman Class Council meets on Tuesdays, in room 317, at 3:25. Come for the candy, stay for the fun. We will see you on Tuesday, Freshmen!
-Sarah Gillespie

*Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, and Seniors: Oct. 7.
Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
-Debra McGoldrick

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Danos

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Thursday; at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. in room 515. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa Dioro

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! The creative writing club “Lit Mag” will be meeting every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the Creative Writing Club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*If you have a voice, if you have energy, if you love the spotlight, and even if you have a fear of public speaking…the brand new SPEECH TEAM is for you! We will be meeting NEXT Thursday to see videos of award-winning speeches, lay out a schedule, and maybe even decide on what events you can perform in. That’s the Speech Team in room 334 after school next Thursday. See Mr. Eye for details.
-Michael Aye

*If you are interested in taking the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam in the spring, and you are not enrolled in an AP Spanish class, please see Mr. Marten, the division chair for world cultures in his office, room 172. He can also be reached by e-mail at kmarten@d131.org.
-Kevin Marten

*If you are interested in playing basketball and not in a Fall sport. Study Table will be Monday through Thursday 3:20 to 5:00 pm in room 114, followed by Open Gym or Conditioning.
– Coach Rick Robinson

*Congratulations to Our varsity team, who swept Streamwood on Thursday winning every match.
Singles winners were Gina Rodriguez, Lilia Luevano, Lizeth Ruiz and Helen Valerio.
In doubles, Janet Lozoya and Livia Byrne, Alex Ochoa and Karizma Liscano, Tamara Alvarado and Lilliana Tomlin and Brittany Ramirez teamed up with Emma Fowler.
On Saturday Flora Tovar defeated her Rosary opponent in number 1 singles during the Rosary Invite.
-Jesus Fernandez

Announcements for Monday, September 16th

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 18!
-Julie DeNood

*The EA ScholastiCats are looking for new members to join the team! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Have you ever wondered who would win if all the world’s most giant monsters had a battle? Find out at MOVIE CLUB this Wednesday in room 333 when we watch GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS, even though the title IS bit of a spoiler about who comes out on top.
-Alan Scott

*The Homecoming 2019 dance, A night on the red carpet, is Saturday September 28th. Any students who wish to nominate someone for Homecoming Court can pick up a form outside room 362, or the main office. Forms are due NO later than Wednesday, September 18th. Also, any student who’d like to bring a NON-East High guest, can pick up a guest pass form and complete it NO later than Friday, September
20th.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Any Senior who’d like to join Senior Class Council and plan everyone’s senior year, please come to room 188 on Thursdays after school.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Calling all Freshmen! Freshman Class Council meets on Tuesdays, in room 317, at 3:25. Come for the candy, stay for the fun. We will see you on Tuesday, Freshmen!
-Sarah Gillespie

*Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days: Freshman: Oct. 3, Sophomores and Juniors: Oct 4, and Seniors: Oct. 7.
Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
-Debra McGoldrick

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Danos

Announcements for Friday, September 13th

*Congrats to Sophomore, JV, and Varsity on taking the win over Elgin last night at home! Thanks for all the support from the stands! Next home game, Tuesday for Teacher Appreciation Night – see you there!
-Jenny Wilson

*Sophomores and Juniors: The East Aurora Counseling Department is inviting you on a field trip to visit Waubonsee Community College’s Sugar Grove campus on Wednesday, September 25th. The trip will include a campus tour, information on career education and a free lunch! Please visit the College and Career Center for a permission slip. Again, only sophomores and juniors can attend.
-Andrew Rathje

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 18!
-Julie DeNood

*The EA ScholastiCats are looking for new members to join the team! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

Announcements for Thursday, September 13th

*Attention juniors and seniors! If you have a GPA of 3.5 or better, you will be receiving an invitation to apply for membership in the National Honor Society. A brief informational meeting will be held this Friday in the high school cafeteria at 3:25pm. You deserve to be recognized for your accomplishments–apply to the National Honor Society!
-Melanie Kleimola

*Want to be the next Jeopardy James (or Jane)? The EA ScholastiCats are having their first meeting of the year this Thursday at 3:30 in room 214. We’ll discuss upcoming meets and get some practice in. Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 C if you have questions!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Sophomores and Juniors: The East Aurora Counseling Department is inviting you on a field trip to visit Waubonsee Community College’s Sugar Grove campus on Wednesday, September 25th. The trip will include a campus tour, information on career education and a free lunch! Please visit the College and Career Center for a permission slip. Again, only sophomores and juniors can attend.
-Andrew Rathje

Announcements for Wednesday, September 12th

*Congratulations to Gina Rodriguez who earned a second place finish in number 2 singles and Lilia Luevano who won second place in number 1 singles.

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet on Thursdays! in room 515, at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information. All are welcome!
-Lisa Dioro

*Movie Club is watching THE DARK CRYSTAL this Wednesday in room 333. Can balance be restored in the land of Thra? Is Fizzgig a ball or a dog? Will you fulfill your destiny to go to movie club?
-Alan Scott

*Attention students interested in applying to highly selective colleges. Stanford University Junior and former Tomcat valedictorian Adrian Gonzalez will be discussing how to apply to and get into highly selective colleges today. There will be a presentation for juniors and seniors during 1st hour and a presentation for freshmen and sophomores during 2nd hour. Please get a pass from the CCC.
-Andrew Rathje

*The Korean Culture Club will have its first meeting on Monday, September 16th in Room 252.
-Mingoo Lee

*A flu shot clinic will be held for all district staff today, Wednesday September 11 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the Bardwell Elementary staff lounge. Please take this opportunity to protect yourselves from the flu. Additional clinics are set up for October 9th and 23rd.
-Jeanne Danos

*Attention juniors and seniors! If you have a GPA of 3.5 or better, you will be receiving an invitation to apply for membership in the National Honor Society. A brief informational meeting will be held this Friday in the high school cafeteria at 3:25pm. You deserve to be recognized for your accomplishments–apply to the National Honor Society!
-Melanie Kleimola

*Want to be the next Jeopardy James (or Jane)? The EA ScholastiCats are having their first meeting of the year this Thursday at 3:30 in room 214. We’ll discuss upcoming meets and get some practice in. Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 C if you have questions!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Sophomores and Juniors: The East Aurora Counseling Department is inviting you on a field trip to visit Waubonsee Community College’s Sugar Grove campus on Wednesday, September 25th. The trip will include a campus tour, information on career education and a free lunch! Please visit the College and Career Center for a permission slip. Again, only sophomores and juniors can attend.
-Andrew Rathje

Announcements for Wednesday, September 11th

*Congratulations to Gina Rodriguez who earned a second place finish in number 2 singles and Lilia Luevano who won second place in number 1 singles.

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet on Thursdays! in room 515, at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information. All are welcome!
-Lisa Dioro

*Movie Club is watching THE DARK CRYSTAL this Wednesday in room 333. Can balance be restored in the land of Thra? Is Fizzgig a ball or a dog? Will you fulfill your destiny to go to movie club?
-Alan Scott

*Attention students interested in applying to highly selective colleges. Stanford University Junior and former Tomcat valedictorian Adrian Gonzalez will be discussing how to apply to and get into highly selective colleges today. There will be a presentation for juniors and seniors during 1st hour and a presentation for freshmen and sophomores during 2nd hour. Please get a pass from the CCC.
-Andrew Rathje

*The Korean Culture Club will have its first meeting on Monday, September 16th in Room 252.
-Mingoo Lee

*A flu shot clinic will be held for all district staff today, Wednesday September 11 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the Bardwell Elementary staff lounge. Please take this opportunity to protect yourselves from the flu. Additional clinics are set up for October 9th and 23rd.
-Jeanne Danos

*Attention juniors and seniors! If you have a GPA of 3.5 or better, you will be receiving an invitation to apply for membership in the National Honor Society. A brief informational meeting will be held this Friday in the high school cafeteria at 3:25pm. You deserve to be recognized for your accomplishments–apply to the National Honor Society!
-Melanie Kleimola

*Want to be the next Jeopardy James (or Jane)? The EA ScholastiCats are having their first meeting of the year this Thursday at 3:30 in room 214. We’ll discuss upcoming meets and get some practice in. Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 C if you have questions!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Sophomores and Juniors: The East Aurora Counseling Department is inviting you on a field trip to visit Waubonsee Community College’s Sugar Grove campus on Wednesday, September 25th. The trip will include a campus tour, information on career education and a free lunch! Please visit the College and Career Center for a permission slip. Again, only sophomores and juniors can attend.
-Andrew Rathje

Announcements for Tuesday, September 10th

*Congratulations to Gina Rodriguez who earned a second place finish in number 2 singles and Lilia Luevano who won second place in number 1 singles.

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet on Thursdays! in room 515, at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information. All are welcome!
-Lisa Dioro

*Movie Club is watching THE DARK CRYSTAL this Wednesday in room 333. Can balance be restored in the land of Thra? Is Fizzgig a ball or a dog? Will you fulfill your destiny to go to movie club?
-Alan Scott

*Attention students interested in applying to highly selective colleges. Stanford University Junior and former Tomcat valedictorian Adrian Gonzalez will be discussing how to apply to and get into highly selective colleges on Wednesday, September 11th. There will be a presentation for Juniors and Seniors during 1st hour and a presentation for Freshmen and Sophomores during 2nd hour. Please get a pass from the CCC.
-Andrew Rathje

*The Korean Culture Club will have its first meeting on Monday, September 16th in Room 252.
-Mingoo Lee

*A flu shot clinic will be held for all district staff this Wednesday, September 11 from 3:30-4:30 pm in the Bardwell Elementary staff lounge. Please take this opportunity to protect yourselves from the flu. Additional clinics are set up for October 9th and 23rd.
-Jeanne Danos

*Attention juniors and seniors! If you have a GPA of 3.5 or better, you will be receiving an invitation to apply for membership in the National Honor Society. A brief informational meeting will be held this Friday in the high school cafeteria at 3:25pm. You deserve to be recognized for your accomplishments–apply to the National Honor Society!
-Melanie Kleimola

*Want to be the next Jeopardy James (or Jane)? The EA ScholastiCats are having their first meeting of the year this Thursday at 3:30 in room 214. We’ll discuss upcoming meets and get some practice in. Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 C if you have questions!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

Announcements for Monday, September 9th 

*Congratulations to East Aurora varsity tennis player Lizeth Ruiz who won her 3rd singles match on Thursday against West Chicago!

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Danos

*Attention Juniors! The first meeting of the Junior Class Council is scheduled for after school on Tuesday, September 10 in Room 319. Lead the charge for promoting junior class spirit and raising money for YOUR 2021 Prom. Many officer and leadership opportunities will be available to active participants. See Mrs. Kleimola in 319 with questions.
-Melanie Kleimola

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*HEY ARE YOU INTERESTED IN PLAYING BOYS BASKETBALL!!! There will be an open gym meeting for all levels on Monday, September 9 at 3:20 p.m. in room #114. Come meet the Coaching Staff as we prepare for this upcoming season. This is for student athletes not involved with a Fall Sport. We will discuss; Open Gym Schedule, Study Table, Conditioning, Weight Lifting and Conduct of a High School Athlete For more information, contact Coach Rick Robinson in room 265. IT’S GAME TIME!!!
-Coach Rick Robinson

*W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet on Thursdays! in room 515, at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information. All are welcome!
-Lisa Dioro

*Movie Club is watching THE DARK CRYSTAL this Wednesday in room 333. Can balance be restored in the land of Thra? Is Fizzgig a ball or a dog? Will you fulfill your destiny to go to movie club?
-Alan Scott

*Attention students interested in applying to highly selective colleges. Stanford University Junior and former Tomcat valedictorian Adrian Gonzalez will be discussing how to apply to and get into highly selective colleges on Wednesday, September 11th. There will be a presentation for Juniors and Seniors during 1st hour and a presentation for Freshmen and Sophomores during 2nd hour. Please get a pass from the CCC
-Andrew Rathje

*The College and Career Center is hosting three admissions representatives today. Illinois College is coming for 3A, Notre Dame 4A and North Central College 6B. Please stop by for a pass.
-Andrew Rathje

Announcements for Friday, September 6th

*Oh snap! Would you and your friends like to be on the cover of the 2019-2020 yearbook? Come to our first home football game on this Friday September 6 dressed in your favorite ’80s or ’90s fashion. Find a yearbook photographer before, during, or after the game to snap your group. The best-dressed group photo will grace the cover of the yearbook!
-Debra McGoldrick

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*Planning on visiting the Christkindlemart this year? Join the German Honor Society and you’ll be able to do many more fun activities. Our first meeting is this Friday at 3:20 p.m. in room 603. See you then!
-JoannaWardynski

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Danos

*Attention Juniors! The first meeting of the Junior Class Council is scheduled for after school on Tuesday, September 10 in Room 319. Lead the charge for promoting junior class spirit and raising money for YOUR 2021 Prom. Many officer and leadership opportunities will be available to active participants. See Mrs. Kleimola in 319 with questions.
-Melanie Kleimola

*HEY ARE YOU INTERESTED IN PLAYING BOYS BASKETBALL!!! There will be an open gym meeting for all levels on Monday, September 9 at 3:20 p.m. in room #114. Come meet the Coaching Staff as we prepare for this upcoming season. This is for student athletes not involved with a Fall Sport. We will discuss; Open Gym Schedule, Study Table, Conditioning, Weight Lifting and Conduct of a High School Athlete For more information, contact Coach Rick Robinson in room 265. IT’S GAME TIME!!!
-Coach Rick Robinson

*W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet on Thursdays! in room 515, at both 7:25 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information. All are welcome!
-Lisa Dioro

Announcements for Thursday, September 5th

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*Guide Right will be held on Tuesday, September 3, 2019. We are planning a trip the Chicago Football Classic and College Fair on Saturday, September 14, 2014. We will be setting goals and training for leadership.
-Phil Ferguson

*Oh snap! Would you and your friends like to be on the cover of the 2019-2020 yearbook? Come to our first home football game on this Friday September 6 dressed in your favorite 80s or 90s fashion. Find a yearbook photographer before, during, or after the game to snap your group. The best-dressed group photo will grace the cover of the yearbook!
-Debra McGoldrick

* Softball is back! Our first fall conditioning will be this Thursday, 9/5 at 3:30 pm. Please meet outside room 404 and be ready to go outside!
-Allie Cable

*Planning on visiting the Christkindlemart this year? Join the German Honor Society and you’ll be able to do many more fun activities. Our first meeting is this Friday at 3:20 p.m. in room 603. See you then!
-Joanna Wardynski

*The College and Career Center is hosting two admissions presentations today. Come learn about Monmouth College during 4A or Eastern Illinois University during 5B. See Mr. Rathje for a pass this morning.
-Andrew Rathje

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Danos

*Attention Juniors! The first meeting of the Junior Class Council is scheduled for after school on Tuesday, September 10 in Room 319. Lead the charge for promoting junior class spirit and raising money for YOUR 2021 Prom. Many officer and leadership opportunities will be available to active participants. See Mrs. Kleimola in 319 with questions.
-Melanie Kleimola

Announcements for Wednesday, September 4th

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 12!
-Julie DeNood

*Movie Club is back! We watch movies every Wednesday in room 333. Stuff your face with popcorn and not be judged. Would have been voted the “Ultimate Club at EA” if we’d bothered to have had a vote. You won’t want to miss it.
-Alan Scott

*Guide Right will be held on Tuesday, September 3, 2019. We are planning a trip the Chicago Football Classic and College Fair on Saturday, September 14, 2014. We will be setting goals and training for leadership.
-Phil Ferguson

*Educators Rising, a club for future teachers and any other students who want to bring positive change to our school while having fun, please join us at our next meeting! Educators Rising meets every Wednesday after school from 3:20 to 4:00 in room 329!
-Francesca Manzella

*Oh snap! Would you and your friends like to be on the cover of the 2019-2020 yearbook? Come to our first home football game on this Friday September 6 dressed in your favorite 80s or 90s fashion. Find a yearbook photographer before, during, or after the game to snap your group. The best-dressed group photo will grace the cover of the yearbook!
-Debra McGoldrick

* Softball is back! Our first fall conditioning will be this Thursday, 9/5 at 3:30 pm. Please meet outside room 404 and be ready to go outside!
-Allie Cable

*Planning on visiting the Christkindlemart this year? Join the German Honor Society and you’ll be able to do many more fun activities. Our first meeting is this Friday at 3:20 p.m. in room 603. See you then!
-JoannaWardynski

*The College and Career Center is hosting two admissions presentations today. Come learn about Monmouth College during 4A or Eastern Illinois University during 5B. See Mr. Rathje for a pass this morning.
-Andrew Rathje

Announcement for Tuesday, September 3rd

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!
-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! The creative writing club “Lit Mag” will be meeting every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the creative writing club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 12!
-Julie DeNood

*Movie Club is back! We watch movies every Wednesday in room 333. Stuff your face with popcorn and not be judged. Would have been voted the “Ultimate Club at EA” if we’d bothered to have had a vote. You won’t want to miss it.
-Alan Scott

*Guide Right will be held on Tuesday, September 3, 2019. We are planning a trip the Chicago Football Classic and College Fair on Saturday, September 14, 2014. We will be setting goals and training for leadership.
-Phil Ferguson

*Educators Rising, a club for future teachers and any other students who want to bring positive change to our school while having fun, please join us at our next meeting! Educators Rising meets every Wednesday after school from 3:20 to 4:00 in room 329!
-Francesca Manzella

*Oh snap! Would you and your friends like to be on the cover of the 2019-2020 yearbook? Come to our first home football game on this Friday September 6 dressed in your favorite 80s or 90s fashion. Find a yearbook photographer before, during, or after the game to snap your group. The best-dressed group photo will grace the cover of the yearbook!
-Debra McGoldrick

Announcements for Friday, August 30th

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.
-Joe Milinovich

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!
-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly starting next Thursday at 3:20 in room 323. This coming Thursday we will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.
-Andrew Herrmann

Everyone is invited to audition for the fall play – Fight Girl Battle World Auditions will be in the Little Theater starting on Wednesday, September 4th. Stop by the Little Theater to pick up audition materials and come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 3rd for more information. This is going to be an amazing show. Join us!
-Ross Wheeler

*Interested in technical theater but you couldn’t get in the class? Come and join our technical theater group after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. We meet in the Little Theater on Tuesdays, and in the auditorium on Wednesdays and Thursdays. We’ll teach you what you need to know. Come join technical theater!
-Ross Wheeler

*Culinary Club is up and running starting today Tuesday, August 27th and every Tuesday in room 112 at 3:20. Come and join in the wonderful cooking experience and have fun while doing it. Any questions see Mrs. Thayer in room 112.
-Peggy Thayer

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet every Wednesday in room 515 from 3:25 p.m.-4:20 p.m. All are welcome.
-Lisa Dioro

*Attention members of the National Honor Society. Our first meeting will be held Friday after school in the cafeteria. All members are expected to attend all meetings. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Kleimola or one of the officers. See you there!
-Melanie Kleimola

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! The creative writing club “Lit Mag” will be meeting every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the creative writing club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 12!
-Julie DeNood

Announcements for Thursday, August 28th

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.
-Joe Milinovich

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!
-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly starting next Thursday at 3:20 in room 323. This coming Thursday we will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.
-Andrew Herrmann

Everyone is invited to audition for the fall play – Fight Girl Battle World Auditions will be in the Little Theater starting on Wednesday, September 4th. Stop by the Little Theater to pick up audition materials and come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 3rd for more information. This is going to be an amazing show. Join us!
-Ross Wheeler

*Interested in technical theater but you couldn’t get in the class? Come and join our technical theater group after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. We meet in the Little Theater on Tuesdays, and in the auditorium on Wednesdays and Thursdays. We’ll teach you what you need to know. Come join technical theater!
-Ross Wheeler

*Culinary Club is up and running starting today Tuesday, August 27th and every Tuesday in room 112 at 3:20. Come and join in the wonderful cooking experience and have fun while doing it. Any questions see Mrs. Thayer in room 112.
-Peggy Thayer

*Hey Lady Tomcats want to play basketball this upcoming year? There will be a brief Open Gym meeting this Wednesday August 28, 2019 @ 3:20 pm in room 503. We will discuss Open gym schedule, Fall League, expectations, and tryout information. Open Gym is open to all female student athletes that aren’t participating in a fall sport. If you have any questions please see Coach Clayborn in room 503.
-Coach Lee Clayborn

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet every Wednesday in room 515 from 3:25 p.m.-4:20 p.m. All are welcome.
-Lisa Dioro
*Attention members of the National Honor Society. Our first meeting will be held Friday after school in the cafeteria. All members are expected to attend all meetings. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Kleimola or one of the officers. See you there!
-Melanie Kleimola

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! The creative writing club “Lit Mag” will be meeting every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the creative writing club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

*Do YOU have what it takes to be a Tomcat Ambassador? Are you a Junior or Senior? Are you friendly and outgoing? Do you have a C average? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being a take-charge kind of person? Pick up your application from Room 103 or Room 301A and get it turned in by September 12!
-Julie DeNood

*Want to know more about the bible? Want to share your biblical ideas with us? P7 bible club is the right place to start! Please come and stop in room 235 after school today to learn more with us and expand your biblical knowledge. Snacks included!
-Chad Kelly

Announcements for Wednesday, August 28th

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.
-Joe Milinovich

*Bilingual Honor Society will meet in room 215 Palmer’s new room on Wednesday. Help us design our 2019 t-shirts. Snacks and drinks will be served.
-Lori Palmer

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!
-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!
-Karie Nash

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly starting next Thursday at 3:20 in room 323. This coming Thursday we will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.
– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.
-Andrew Herrmann

*Attention Anime enthusiasts, Cosplayers and the curious! Our first meeting will be held after school on Wednesday, August 28th, from 3:25 to 4:30 in Room 360. Staff are welcome. See Mr. R. Sroka or Ms. Sanders for more details.
-Robert Sroka

*We hope you are joining us today for FCCLA in room 106 or see Mrs. Doucette, its a fun club with lots of activities and even some traveling. Hope to see you there.
-Kristin Doucette

*I scream, you scream, let’s eat some ice-cream! Come join the Educators Rising club for our ice-cream social in room 329 TODAY at 3:15 to meet new friends, learn about our club, and make positive changes to our school and community! Bring a friend, enjoy some ice-cream, and check out Educators Rising!
-Francesca Manzella

Everyone is invited to audition for the fall play – Fight Girl Battle World Auditions will be in the Little Theater starting on Wednesday, September 4th. Stop by the Little Theater to pick up audition materials and come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 3rd for more information. This is going to be an amazing show. Join us!
-Ross Wheeler

Interested in technical theater but you couldn’t get in the class? Come and join our technical theater group after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. We meet in the Little Theater on Tuesdays, and in the auditorium on Wednesdays and Thursdays. We’ll teach you what you need to know. Come join technical theater!
-Ross Wheeler

Movie Club is back! We watch movies every Wednesday after school in room 333. Our next movie is ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL. Movies are free. You won’t want to miss it.
-Alan Scott

*Culinary Club is up and running starting today Tuesday, August 27th and every Tuesday in room 112 at 3:20. Come and join in the wonderful cooking experience and have fun while doing it. Any questions see Mrs. Thayer in room 112.
-Peggy Thayer

*Hey Lady Tomcats want to play basketball this upcoming year? There will be a brief Open Gym meeting this Wednesday August 28, 2019 @ 3:20 pm in room 503. We will discuss Open gym schedule, Fall League, expectations, and tryout information. Open Gym is open to all female student athletes that aren’t participating in a fall sport. If you have any questions please see Coach Clayborn in room 503.
-Coach Lee Clayborn
*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet every Wednesday in room 515 from 3:25 p.m.-4:20 p.m. All are welcome.
-Lisa Dioro

*Attention members of the National Honor Society. Our first meeting will be held Friday after school in the cafeteria. All members are expected to attend all meetings. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Kleimola or one of the officers. See you there!
-Melanie Kleimola

*Student Council meets every Wednesday after school in room 362. Come today to join and help plan Homecoming week and many more events!
-Kenneth Gerk

*Senior Class Council start Tomorrow, and meets every Thursday, after school, in room 188. Elections, Prom venues, Homecoming, and many other events will be planned.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Attention all writers, poets, artists, and performers! The creative writing club “Lit Mag” will be meeting every Wednesday, in room 334 after school. If you are interested in meeting like-minded artists and growing as a writer and creator, this is the place for you! That’s the creative writing club in room 334 Wednesday after school. See Mr. Eye or Ms. Bussman for details!
-Michael Aye

Announcements for Tuesday, August 27th

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.

-Joe Milinovich

*Billngual Honor Society will meet in room 215 Palmer’s new room on Wednesday. Help us design our 2019 t-shirts. Snacks and drinks will be served.

-Lori Palmer

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!

-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!

-Karie Nash

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly starting next Thursday at 3:20 in room 323. This coming Thursday we will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.

– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.

-Andrew Herrmann

*Attention Anime enthusiasts, Cosplayers and the curious! Our first meeting will be held after school on Wednesday, August 28th, from 3:25 to 4:30 in Room 360. Staff are welcome. See Mr. R. Sroka or Ms. Sanders for more details.

-Robert Sroka

*Would you like to be in a club where we compete and even possible travel?  No experience needed, we do fun activities through the year.  Join FCCLA in room 106 every Wed after school or see Mrs. Doucette

-Kristin Doucette

*I scream, you scream, let’s eat some ice-cream!  Come join the Educators Rising club for our ice-cream social in room 329 on Wednesday at 3:15 to meet new friends, learn about our club, and make positive changes to our school and community!  Bring a friend, enjoy some ice-cream, and check out Educators Rising!

-Francesca Manzella

Everone is invited to audition for the fall play – Fight Girl Battle World Auditions will be in the Little Theater starting on Wednesday, September 4th. Stop by the Little Theater to pick up audition materials and come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 3rd for more information. This is going to be an amazing show. Join us!

-Ross Wheeler

Interested in technical theater but you couldn’t get in the class? Come and join our technical theater group after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. We meet in the Little Theater on Tuesdays, and in the auditorium on Wednesdays and Thursdays. We’ll teach you what you need to know. Come join technical theater!

-Ross Wheeler

Movie Club is back! We watch movies every Wednesday after school in room 333. Our next movie is ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL. Movies are free. You won’t want to miss it.

-Alan Scott

*Culinary Club is up and running starting today Tuesday, August 27th and every Tuesday in room 112 at 3:20.  Come and join in the wonderful cooking experience and have fun while doing it. Any questions see Mrs. Thayer in room 112.

-Peggy Thayer

*Hey Lady Tomcats want to play basketball this upcoming year? There will be a brief Open Gym meeting this Wednesday August 28, 2019 @ 3:20 pm in room 503. We will discuss Open gym schedule, Fall League, expectations, and tryout information. Open Gym is open to all female student athletes that aren’t participating in a fall sport. If you have any questions please see Coach Clayborn in room 503.

-Coach Lee Clayborn

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet every Wednesday in room 515 from 3:25 p.m.-4:20 p.m.  All are welcome.

-Lisa Dioro

*Attention members of the National Honor Society. Our first meeting will be held Friday after school in the cafeteria. All members are expected to attend all meetings. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Kleimola or one of the officers. See you there!

-Melanie Kleimola

Announcements for Monday, August 26th

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.

-Joe Milinovich

*Bilingual Honor Society will meet in room 215 Palmer’s new room on Wednesday. Help us design our 2019 t-shirts. Snacks and drinks will be served.

-Lori Palmer

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!

-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!

-Karie Nash

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly starting next Thursday at 3:20 in room 323. This coming Thursday we will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.

– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.

-Andrew Herrmann

*Attention Anime enthusiasts, Cosplayers and the curious! Our first meeting will be held after school on Wednesday, August 28th, from 3:25 to 4:30 in Room 360. Staff are welcome. See Mr. R. Sroka or Ms. Sanders for more details.

-Robert Sroka

*Would you like to be in a club where we compete and even possible travel?  No experience needed, we do fun activities through the year.  Join FCCLA in room 106 every Wed after school or see Mrs. Doucette

-Kristin Doucette

*I scream, you scream, let’s eat some ice-cream!  Come join the Educators Rising club for our ice-cream social in room 329 on Wednesday at 3:15 to meet new friends, learn about our club, and make positive changes to our school and community!  Bring a friend, enjoy some ice-cream, and check out Educators Rising!

-Francesca Manzella

Everyone is invited to audition for the fall play – Fight Girl Battle World Auditions will be in the Little Theater starting on Wednesday, September 4th. Stop by the Little Theater to pick up audition materials and come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 3rd for more information. This is going to be an amazing show. Join us!

-Ross Wheeler

Interested in technical theater but you couldn’t get in the class? Come and join our technical theater group after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. We meet in the Little Theater on Tuesdays, and in the auditorium on Wednesdays and Thursdays. We’ll teach you what you need to know. Come join technical theater!

-Ross Wheeler

Movie Club is back! We watch movies every Wednesday after school in room 333. Our next movie is ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL. Movies are free. You won’t want to miss it.

-Alan Scott

Announcements for Friday, August 23rd

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.

-Joe Milinovich

*Bilingual Honor Society will meet in room 215 Palmer’s new room on Wednesday. Help us design our 2019 t-shirts. Snacks and drinks will be served.

-Lori Palmer

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!

-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!

-Karie Nash

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly starting next Thursday at 3:20 in room 323. This coming Thursday we will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.

– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.

-Andrew Herrmann

*Attention Anime enthusiasts, Cosplayers and the curious! Our first meeting will be held after school on Wednesday, August 28th, from 3:25 to 4:30 in Room 360. Staff are welcome. See Mr. R. Sroka or Ms. Sanders for more details.

-Robert Sroka

*Would you like to be in a club where we compete and even possible travel?  No experience needed, we do fun activities through the year.  Join FCCLA in room 106 every Wed after school or see Mrs. Doucette

-Kristin Doucette

*I scream, you scream, let’s eat some ice-cream!  Come join the Educators Rising club for our ice-cream social in room 329 on Wednesday at 3:15 to meet new friends, learn about our club, and make positive changes to our school and community!  Bring a friend, enjoy some ice-cream, and check out Educators Rising!

-Francesca Manzella

Everyone is invited to audition for the fall play – Fight Girl Battle World Auditions will be in the Little Theater starting on Wednesday, September 4th. Stop by the Little Theater to pick up audition materials and come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 3rd for more information. This is going to be an amazing show. Join us!

-Ross Wheeler

Interested in technical theater but you couldn’t get in the class? Come and join our technical theater group after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. We meet in the Little Theater on Tuesdays, and in the auditorium on Wednesdays and Thursdays. We’ll teach you what you need to know. Come join technical theater!

-Ross Wheeler

Announcements for Thursday, August 22nd

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.

-Joe Milinovich

*Bilingual Honor Society will meet in room 215 Palmer’s new room on Wednesday. Help us design our 2019 t-shirts. Snacks and drinks will be served.

-Lori Palmer

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!

-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!

-Karie Nash

*Culinary Club is back and will start next Tuesday, August 27th, room 112 from 3:20 to 4:15.   If you like to cook, bake or just have fun in the kitchen while enjoying good food then this is the club for you.  Any questions see Mrs. Thayer in room 112.

-Peggy Thayer

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly on Thursdays at 3:20 in room 323.   Our first meeting will be Thursday, 8/29.  We will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.

– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.

-Andrew Herrmann

*Attention Anime enthusiasts, Cosplayers and the curious! Our first meeting will be held after school on Wednesday, August 28th, from 3:25 to 4:30 in Room 360. Staff are welcome. See Mr. R. Sroka or Ms. Sanders for more details.

-Robert Sroka

*Would you like to be in a club where we compete and even possible travel?  No experience needed, we do fun activities through the year.  Join FCCLA in room 106 every Wed after school or see Mrs. Doucette.

-Kristin Doucette

Announcements for Wednesday, August 21st

*Movie Club is back! We watch movies every Wednesday right after school in room 333. Our next movie is ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL. Be there.

-Alan Scott

*Video Game Club Starts on August 21st and meets every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:45.

-Joe Milinovich

*Here we go with DECA starting Thursday morning at 7:00 am in Room 203.  Everyone is welcome.

-Mark Lyons

*Bilingual Honor Society will meet in room 215 Palmer’s new room. Help us design our 2019 t-shirts. Snacks and drinks will be served.

-Lori Palmer

*The East High Gay-Straight Alliance meets every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:25 P.M. Come on out!

-Heather Curry

*If you are looking to make a difference in the world around you or care about the environment, ECO club will be Meeting Every Weds in room 208 at 3:13- 4:30. Looking forward to seeing you!

-Karie Nash

*Culinary Club is back and will start next Tuesday, August 27th, room 112 from 3:20 to 4:15.   If you like to cook, bake or just have fun in the kitchen while enjoying good food then this is the club for you.  Any questions see Mrs. Thayer in room 112

-Peggy Thayer

*Yearbook Club will meet weekly on Thursdays at 3:20 in room 323. This coming Thursday we will share the book design and prepare our first stories of the year.

– Debra McGoldrick

*Chess Team is back and better than ever. Join the reigning Upstate 8 conference champions after school in Room 356 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday for some games of chess. Everyone is welcome, even those who have never played before.

-Andrew Herrmann

*Attention Anime enthusiasts, Cosplayers and the curious! Our first meeting will be held after school on Wednesday, August 28th, from 3:25 to 4:30 in Room 360. Staff are welcome. See Mr. R. Sroka or Ms. Sanders for more details.

-Robert Sroka

The WEB DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Wednesday, in room 515, at 3:15 p.m. All are welcome.

-Lisa T. Dioro