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Coffee with the Counselors

Parents:  Have questions for the counseling department?  Join the Coffee with Counselors on Monday December 16 at 9:00am in the counseling office.  It will be a group setting so if you are in need of discussing specifics about your student you can email your student’s counselor directly.  

 


Ice Skate and Support EHS PTSA!

Ready for some holiday spirit? The Bellevue Downtown Ice Rink opened to the public on Friday, Nov 29! Mention "Eastlake High School" when you arrive at the rink and they will donate $3 of your paid admission to our EHS PTSA! The ice rink, located at Bellevue Downtown Park, is open Nov 29th-Jan 20th and is part of the Bellevue Magic Season. For more info, check out the flyer.


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Youth Eastside Services

Youth Eastside ServicesYouth Eastside Services provides counseling, substance abuse treatment, education and prevention, and psychiatric services in East King County. Since 1968, we've helped children, teens and their families struggling with depression, grief, trauma, substance abuse, anxiety, gender- or cultural-identity issues, behavioral issues, ADHD, autism and so much more. We work with youth up to age 22 and their families.

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

Read here the intro letter to parents from our on-site YES counselor. 

 

Community Service Spotlight

Emily Taylor is a junior and has been involved in community service for many years. While attending the Environmental and Adventure School (EAS) for middle school, several weeks of community service was required of all students. It was there that she learned the importance of giving back to the community. By restoring nearby parks to feeding the homeless in Seattle, she found it not only humbling but one of life’s blessings.

Lately, most of her service activity has been with Girl Scouts. As an active Program Aide for the local service unit, she spends time with elementary-aged girls teaching necessary life skills at semi-annual camps. Through Girl Scouts, she has been involved in many charitable works for Eastside Baby CornerIssaquah Food and Clothing BankMatthew House, Tent City, and Echo Glen – all local charities that help our less fortunate community. 

And, if you ever visit Sammamish City Hall during the Very Merry Sammamish celebration, you may see Emily helping Santa’s crew or handing out treats as part of Sammamish Youth Board. As a member since 7th grade, Emily has a voice in matters pertaining to the youth of our city.