Welcome to the fast-paced 4th quarter. The number of events and activities triples during the last seven weeks of school. We hope that you are able to participate in the multiple happenings coming up. Before we know it, the summer will once again be upon us.
With the passing of the recent referendum, we will be remodeling our existing Science Rooms and Tech Ed areas this summer. A base level technology component will be added for each of Eastís classrooms; mounted ceiling projectors, computer speakers, document cameras and wireless keyboards & mouse. Finally, students will also have access to a mobile computer during the school year through the District's checkout process. Thank you for your support to continue to create an amazing learning environment for all. Also, the city of Appleton is burying an underground water retention tank in our John Street parking lot. This summer will prove to be a very busy one for East!
We urge you to continue to check out our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/#!/AppletonEast) and web page for new information happening at East. You can also follow us on Twitter ~ @AppletonEast As always, we want you to know that we are here to support and serve you and your students in any way.
Parents of all athletes, click here to volunteer for concessions. (Commitment Required)
AASD Math changes for 2013/2014 School year - click here for information
UPDATE school newsletter 4/8/2014 (NEW)
ADJUSTMENT TO THE SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR DUE TO WEATHER RELATED SCHOOL CLOSINGS. Information here!
Calendar: (East Calendar of Events)
April 18: No school
April 23-26: Spring play - A Midsummer's Night Dream
April 26: State Solo/Ensemble
April 28: CAPP Informational Meeting 6:30 pm - room 2201
May 1: EPA meeting 8:30 am
May 3: Prom
May 7: Orchestra Concert at 7:30 pm
May 13: Band concert at 7:30 pm
May 14: Late start
May 19 - 23: Dance team tryouts 4:00pm - 6:00pm
May 20: Scholarship Awards 7:00pm
May 21: Fine Arts Night - 5:30 - 8pm
May 28: Senior trip
June 5: Graduation
Click here for information on East athletic events.
Connected Community TeenScreen improves the emotional wellness of Fox Valley-area adolescents by providing school-based assessments for highly treatable mental health needs associated with increased suicide risk. TeenScreen also aims to improve access to mental health services for youth.
For information on Connected Community TeenScreen CLICK HERE.
Community First Credit Union.
Community First CU and the Appleton Area School District have been working together since 1996 on a collaborative effort to address a lack of financial literacy among young people in Wisconsin and nationwide. This innovative school/business partnership led to the development and introduction of a unique education program to provide ongoing financial education and hands-on learning opportunities for district students.
|Last updated: 17 Apr 2014|