Our Mission Statement
Inspire unity. 
Exceed standards.
Achieve success for every student.



Fall 2018 Laptop Roll Out
Laptop roll-out for Eastlake students will occur in late August on the same day as grade-level orientation.  Mark your calendar and have your student stop by anytime during their session to get their laptop before school starts.
  • 9th Grade: Monday, August 27; 8am - 1pm
  • 10th Grade: Tuesday, August 28; 8am - 1pm 
  • 11th Grade: Wednesday, August 29; 8am - 1pm
  • 12th Grade: Thursday, August 30; 8am - 1pm  
Freshmen and new students (only) must bring a laptop agreement form signed by a parent.  (Returning Eastlake students already have a form on file that is valid until graduation; therefore, returning students do NOT need to bring this form.)  
For more information about the LWSD Mobile Access for Students (laptop program), click here

Join Our Team!

The Eastlake PTSA is looking for parents to join our team for the 2018-19 school year.  Roles can be split between multiple volunteers.  Please contact Jay Pulacode for job descriptions and/or if you are interested in any of the following roles:

  • Financial Review members
  • Legislative Chair
  • Reflections Co-chair
  • Special Projects Chair(s)
  • Senate Representative (1 of 2)
  • Senior Send-Off Chair(s)

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Our Community Partners

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Be an Eastlake PTSA
Community Partner
for 2018-2019!

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Youth Eastside ServicesEveryone faces challenges in life. But with the right tools, skills and support, all families can thrive. Just say YES.


Community Service Spotlight

Our PTSA Community Service Spotlight award this month goes to Benson Wheeler, who is a great example of serving during the summer! Last summer, Benson hiked 72 miles in New Mexico with his scout troop, improving sections of the trail along the way. In this photo, Benson is teaching Yash Kulkarni how to assemble risers to accompany a harvest table he built for Camp Korey for his Eagle Scout project.
Congratulations Benson! And thank you for your service!