CHROME BOOK TUTORIALS:
INFO ON THE REFERENDUM PROJECTS -
ON THE REFERENDUM PROJECTS - CLICK HERE!
Greetings Patriot Country,
As we move quickly into 2015, everyone here has geared up for our second semester. We are excited for the nuances and energy that this semester will bring.
With our vision at Appleton East being "Learn Today Create our Tomorrow", we continue to focus on the important value of an individual’s ability to pay it forward. Our students and staff have an invested interest in the well-being of others on a daily basis. The lessons they learn when giving back to the community are priceless. The activities of our clubs and what’s happening in the classroom make me proud to be an Appleton East Patriot.
Please feel free to come and join one of the many East events and participate in the celebration of our vision. In addition, please visit Appleton East Facebook page, Twitter account and website. For Facebook, just click on this link http://www.facebook.com/#!/AppletonEast or type in the information on your browser to access our Facebook page. To follow our Twitter account use @AppletonEast as the user name within Twitter.
As always, your support and efforts are greatly appreciated. We encourage you to participate and be an active player in the East High community.
VIEW THE GRADUATION CEREMONY!
West/East Alumni directories press release
CLASS OF 2016!!! Friday October 30th 2015 Senior Portraits and Baby Pictures are due to the yearbook. Click here for photo requirements
AASD Board approved ELA educational material selection - click here!
FREE SPORTS PHYSICALS!!! Click here for information.
Summer LMC book checkout information
Amazon.com school wishlist
UPDATE school newsletter 4/17/2015
Calendar: (East Calendar of Events)
June 1: Final exams begin (schedule)
June 4: Graduation (6:30 pm)
June 5: 11:19 dismissal
July 31: Patriot Scramble - Golf Outing
Click here for information on East athletic events.
Notice of Accessibility: No qualified person with a disability will, because the District’s facilities are inaccessible to or unusable by persons with disabilities, be denied the benefits of, be excluded from participation in, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity to which Section 504/ADA applies. As to facilities, the District will conduct its programs or activities so that, when viewed in their entirety, they are readily accessible to disabled persons. To the extent a program or activity is now held in an inaccessible location, it will be moved to an accessible location upon request. Questions can be directed to: Principal Matt Mineau.
|Last updated: 08 Jun 2015|