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Parenting Toolbox for the Teenage Years

The Eastlake PTSA is excited to host a parent education event--"Parenting Toolbox for the Teenage Years."  Please join us on Wednesday, January 22nd from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in the Eastlake High School Performing Arts Center to hear from school district representatives and community members about some of the topics affecting our kids today, and how parents can build their skills to best help their kids through this challenging time.  The event will start with a general session, followed by two 30-minute breakout sessions that will allow parents to choose which topics on which they would like to focus.  Service providers and representatives from local agencies will also be available during the evening to share resources and information related to the topics being presented.  Don't miss this opportunity to learn how you can help your kids!

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

Sheshank Shankar has been an active volunteer in the community since 6th grade. He started teaching weekly coding classes to elementary students at Sammamish Coding Club and later at summer coding camps at Tech Venture Kids. He feels that it is important for kids to start coding when they are at a young age. This summer, he volunteered at a UW research lab where he worked on a project that helps factories detect if the air is safe for the factory workers, and worked with the research team throughout the summer.

Currently a sophomore this year, he is the Director of Logistics of the annual DefHacks hackathon for high school and college students. DefHacks is a certified non-profit organization dedicated to providing immersive learning experiences for students in computer science. He works to make the 24-hour event completely free for all students interested in joining. He also is a chapter officer in the Eastlake TSA club where he helps organize club meetings and gets members prepared for the competition.