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September 29, 2022

Picture days are coming up! Freshman and sophomore pictures will be taken on Monday, October 3. Junior pictures will be taken on October 4, and Senior pictures will be taken on October 6. All pictures will be taken during English classes.
-Chelsie Boettcher

Office 115 is in need of Monitors during lunch periods, if you are interested in becoming a monitor and earn community service hours, stop by Office 115 during your lunch period and ask for Mrs. Gonzalez for more info.
First come first serve!!!
-Mirtha Gonzalez

Juniors and Seniors are encouraged to visit the fieldhouse on Wednesday, October 5th,
for our College Fair during fifth and sixth-period lunches. You will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from various colleges and universities, learn about careers that require vocational training, and connect with individuals who can help you decide what post-secondary plan is right for you. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to start planning your future! If you have any questions, please see your counselor or stop by the College and Career Center!
-Nakita Stewart

Wanting to rewarded Anya for making it into Eden Academy, Yor and Loid decide to let her decide where they go for a family outing. When she decides they need to go to a castle turned amusement park based on her favorite T.V. show, Loid has to pull some strings within his organization to make it happen. What’s the worst thing that could happen when real spies are undercover as park workers at an amusement park based on a fictional spy t.v. show? Come find out as the Anime Club continues on watching Spy X Family on Wednesdays from 3:20 to 4:30 in room 360.
-Robert Sroka

If you are interested in playing basketball this year, there will be a meeting after school today at 3:45 pm in the Freshman Gym. There will be more information provided at the meeting.
-Rick Robinson

Are you interested in creative writing? What about designing and producing a magazine? Then join Literary Magazine! We meet every
Tuesday in room 326 at 3:20 pm.
-Sierra LeSure

Do you want to better understand the world around you? Join us for Newspaper Club on Thursdays in room 357 to explore and discuss what’s been going on in this crazy and amazing world of ours.
-Katie Willoughby

Want to show your school spirit? EA! ECO club will be selling eye blacks and temporary tattoos on Thursday and Friday during Homecoming week for Red and Black Day! Find a club member or stop by room 208. Tattoos cost are $2 -$3 each. There are limited quantities so make sure to grab yours early!
-Karie Nash

Seal of Biliteracy
East Aurora High School students may now register to take the AAPPL assessment to earn the Seal of Biliteracy. East High students can register for the AAPPL exam by clicking on this link. Registration is open and the at-home testing will take place October 8th. To earn the Seal of Biliteracy, students must qualify in both English and another language. Students are welcome to register to take both the English and world language tests; to do so, they should complete the form once for each language. Please contact Mr. Kelly Henkel in room 172 or at khenkel@d131.org with any questions.
-Kelly Henkel

Time to get ready for next week! Here is our Homecoming Week info:
Spirit Days:
THUR: 9/29: Side Kick” Day- Bring your comfort blanket, or stuffed animal, or wear your favorite PJ’s
FRI: 9/30: “Tomcat Pride” Day- Wear Red & Black, & get some beads before school starts

Homecoming Week Activities include:
Thursday: Come see the Girls volleyball team play vs. the Faculty @4:30pm in main gym.
Friday: Student Council passes out beads before school; then after school is the Homecoming Soccer & Football games
Saturday: Homecoming 2022 A “Masquerade” Dance 7pm-10pm in main gym; door 15 entrance; $20 per ticket, $25 the 2 days before; NO tickets at the door.
-Kenneth Gerk

September 16, 2022

Are you a talented artist who is interested in volunteering in the arts and participating in art shows and other art related activities that benefit your school and community? National Art Honor Society is your place. You must have previously had a semester of art at EAHS. Come to the informational meeting on Tuesday, September 20th from 3:20-4:00 in Room 080.
-Nicole Yingst

Would you like to be more involved in your community and make a positive difference in the lives of others? Would you like to learn leadership skills and plan service projects with your peers? Then Key Club might be the place for you. Please join us for our next meeting Monday afternoon at 3:25 in room 336. For more information, contact Mr. Bouwmeester or Ms. Mengler.
-Jamey Bouwmeester

MOVIE CLUB IS watching MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO. Join us this Tuesday at 3:30 in the Little Theater. Two words: CAT BUS.
-Alan Scott

Loid is a psychiatrist who is really a spy. Yor is a government office worker who is really a deadly assassin. Anya is a young girl who is really an escaped telepath. Can three people pretend to be a normal family for the sake of world peace while keeping their double lives secret from each other? Come find out as the Anime Club watches Spy X Family on Wednesdays from 3:20 to 4:30 in room 360.
-Mr. Robert Sroka

Are you interested in creative writing? What about designing and producing a magazine? Then join Literary Magazine! We meet every Tuesday in room 326 at 3:20 pm.
-Sierra LeSure

The Tomcat College and Career Center is officially open for business. Every lunch period the CCC will be staffed by counselors to assist you in your post-secondary planning and search. The CCC will host regular visits from College admission representatives, Financial Aid experts, and career specialists. Stop by during your lunch period, and follow our calendar of events, as well as important college admission, financial aid, and scholarship information on the CCC webpages, located in the student tab of the East High website.
-Matt Sheahan

August 29, 2022

Are you interested in creative writing? What about designing and producing a magazine? Then join Literary Magazine! Starting Tuesday, September 6th, we will meet every Tuesday in room 326 at 3:20 pm.
-Sierra LeSure

Get the Edge to your success with DECA, meeting Thursday mornings at 7:10 am in Room 203. No business experience necessary.
-Mark Lyons

Auditions for the fall play, A Monster Calls, will be held on Thursday and Friday of this week in Hawks Auditorium. Please plan to attend both days, September 1st and 2nd. All students are welcome to audition. See Mr. Wheeler before school in the Little Theater with any questions.
-Ross Wheeler

Educators Rising is a club for students who are considering a career in teaching. If you, or someone you know, is interested in working in the field of education, please join us on Wednesday, September 7th for our first meeting of the year, after school in room 329!
-Francesca Manzella

Are you interested in creative writing? What about designing and producing a magazine? Then join Literary Magazine! Starting Tuesday, September 6th, we will meet every Tuesday in room 326 at 3:20 pm.
-Sierra LeSure

Do you love plants and all things Earth? The Eco Club will be meeting in Room 208 on Wednesdays at 3:20! Our first meeting will be Sept 7th. All are welcome!
-Karie Nash

If you would like to come to the library during lunch you must get a pass from the library during office hours. You must have a school ID with your lunch hour punched. The library lunch pass will be good for the week. Get your pass early! Space is limited.
-Susanne Bertucco
Did you miss the deadline to apply to Science National Honor Society in the spring? Well, there is still time to apply! Pick up an application from Mr. Nenia in room 216. Hurry! Applications are due by September 2nd!
-Marc Nenia

The East High Gender and Sexuality Alliance will meet every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:20 P.M. starting September 6th. Come on out!
-Heather Curry

Attention Anime enthusiasts, Cosplayers and the curious! Starting Sept. 7th, the Anime Club will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 3:20 to 4:30 in Room 360. Staff are welcome. See Mr. R. Sroka or Ms. Sanders for more details.
-Mr. Robert Sroka

September 29, 2022

Picture days are coming up! Freshman and sophomore pictures will be taken on Monday, October 3. Junior pictures will be taken on October 4, and Senior pictures will be taken on October 6. All pictures will be taken during English classes.
-Chelsie Boettcher

Office 115 is in need of Monitors during lunch periods, if you are interested in becoming a monitor and earn community service hours, stop by Office 115 during your lunch period and ask for Mrs. Gonzalez for more info.
First come first serve!!!
-Mirtha Gonzalez

Juniors and Seniors are encouraged to visit the fieldhouse on Wednesday, October 5th,
for our College Fair during fifth and sixth-period lunches. You will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from various colleges and universities, learn about careers that require vocational training, and connect with individuals who can help you decide what post-secondary plan is right for you. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to start planning your future! If you have any questions, please see your counselor or stop by the College and Career Center!
-Nakita Stewart

Wanting to rewarded Anya for making it into Eden Academy, Yor and Loid decide to let her decide where they go for a family outing. When she decides they need to go to a castle turned amusement park based on her favorite T.V. show, Loid has to pull some strings within his organization to make it happen. What’s the worst thing that could happen when real spies are undercover as park workers at an amusement park based on a fictional spy t.v. show? Come find out as the Anime Club continues on watching Spy X Family on Wednesdays from 3:20 to 4:30 in room 360.
-Robert Sroka

If you are interested in playing basketball this year, there will be a meeting after school today at 3:45 pm in the Freshman Gym. There will be more information provided at the meeting.
-Rick Robinson

Are you interested in creative writing? What about designing and producing a magazine? Then join Literary Magazine! We meet every
Tuesday in room 326 at 3:20 pm.
-Sierra LeSure

Do you want to better understand the world around you? Join us for Newspaper Club on Thursdays in room 357 to explore and discuss what’s been going on in this crazy and amazing world of ours.
-Katie Willoughby

Want to show your school spirit? EA! ECO club will be selling eye blacks and temporary tattoos on Thursday and Friday during Homecoming week for Red and Black Day! Find a club member or stop by room 208. Tattoos cost are $2 -$3 each. There are limited quantities so make sure to grab yours early!
-Karie Nash

Seal of Biliteracy
East Aurora High School students may now register to take the AAPPL assessment to earn the Seal of Biliteracy. East High students can register for the AAPPL exam by clicking on this link. Registration is open and the at-home testing will take place October 8th. To earn the Seal of Biliteracy, students must qualify in both English and another language. Students are welcome to register to take both the English and world language tests; to do so, they should complete the form once for each language. Please contact Mr. Kelly Henkel in room 172 or at khenkel@d131.org with any questions.
-Kelly Henkel

Time to get ready for next week! Here is our Homecoming Week info:
Spirit Days:
THUR: 9/29: Side Kick” Day- Bring your comfort blanket, or stuffed animal, or wear your favorite PJ’s
FRI: 9/30: “Tomcat Pride” Day- Wear Red & Black, & get some beads before school starts

Homecoming Week Activities include:
Thursday: Come see the Girls volleyball team play vs. the Faculty @4:30pm in main gym.
Friday: Student Council passes out beads before school; then after school is the Homecoming Soccer & Football games
Saturday: Homecoming 2022 A “Masquerade” Dance 7pm-10pm in main gym; door 15 entrance; $20 per ticket, $25 the 2 days before; NO tickets at the door.
-Kenneth Gerk

September 16, 2022

Are you a talented artist who is interested in volunteering in the arts and participating in art shows and other art related activities that benefit your school and community? National Art Honor Society is your place. You must have previously had a semester of art at EAHS. Come to the informational meeting on Tuesday, September 20th from 3:20-4:00 in Room 080.
-Nicole Yingst

Would you like to be more involved in your community and make a positive difference in the lives of others? Would you like to learn leadership skills and plan service projects with your peers? Then Key Club might be the place for you. Please join us for our next meeting Monday afternoon at 3:25 in room 336. For more information, contact Mr. Bouwmeester or Ms. Mengler.
-Jamey Bouwmeester

MOVIE CLUB IS watching MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO. Join us this Tuesday at 3:30 in the Little Theater. Two words: CAT BUS.
-Alan Scott

Loid is a psychiatrist who is really a spy. Yor is a government office worker who is really a deadly assassin. Anya is a young girl who is really an escaped telepath. Can three people pretend to be a normal family for the sake of world peace while keeping their double lives secret from each other? Come find out as the Anime Club watches Spy X Family on Wednesdays from 3:20 to 4:30 in room 360.
-Mr. Robert Sroka

Are you interested in creative writing? What about designing and producing a magazine? Then join Literary Magazine! We meet every Tuesday in room 326 at 3:20 pm.
-Sierra LeSure

The Tomcat College and Career Center is officially open for business. Every lunch period the CCC will be staffed by counselors to assist you in your post-secondary planning and search. The CCC will host regular visits from College admission representatives, Financial Aid experts, and career specialists. Stop by during your lunch period, and follow our calendar of events, as well as important college admission, financial aid, and scholarship information on the CCC webpages, located in the student tab of the East High website.
-Matt Sheahan

August 29, 2022

Are you interested in creative writing? What about designing and producing a magazine? Then join Literary Magazine! Starting Tuesday, September 6th, we will meet every Tuesday in room 326 at 3:20 pm.
-Sierra LeSure

Get the Edge to your success with DECA, meeting Thursday mornings at 7:10 am in Room 203. No business experience necessary.
-Mark Lyons

Auditions for the fall play, A Monster Calls, will be held on Thursday and Friday of this week in Hawks Auditorium. Please plan to attend both days, September 1st and 2nd. All students are welcome to audition. See Mr. Wheeler before school in the Little Theater with any questions.
-Ross Wheeler

Educators Rising is a club for students who are considering a career in teaching. If you, or someone you know, is interested in working in the field of education, please join us on Wednesday, September 7th for our first meeting of the year, after school in room 329!
-Francesca Manzella

Are you interested in creative writing? What about designing and producing a magazine? Then join Literary Magazine! Starting Tuesday, September 6th, we will meet every Tuesday in room 326 at 3:20 pm.
-Sierra LeSure

Do you love plants and all things Earth? The Eco Club will be meeting in Room 208 on Wednesdays at 3:20! Our first meeting will be Sept 7th. All are welcome!
-Karie Nash

If you would like to come to the library during lunch you must get a pass from the library during office hours. You must have a school ID with your lunch hour punched. The library lunch pass will be good for the week. Get your pass early! Space is limited.
-Susanne Bertucco
Did you miss the deadline to apply to Science National Honor Society in the spring? Well, there is still time to apply! Pick up an application from Mr. Nenia in room 216. Hurry! Applications are due by September 2nd!
-Marc Nenia

The East High Gender and Sexuality Alliance will meet every Tuesday in Room 369 at 3:20 P.M. starting September 6th. Come on out!
-Heather Curry

Attention Anime enthusiasts, Cosplayers and the curious! Starting Sept. 7th, the Anime Club will be meeting on Wednesdays after school from 3:20 to 4:30 in Room 360. Staff are welcome. See Mr. R. Sroka or Ms. Sanders for more details.
-Mr. Robert Sroka