We are in the process of updating our Local Wellness Policy. Federal law requires that each school district review and/or update their wellness policy on an annual basis. Every public school academy, such as ours, is considered its own district. Please take a few moments to review the policy below and provide your input either as a comment, or you can email your input to Kathy Hayes. Be sure to indicate the school name in the email. The deadline for parent community feedback is Friday, December 9, 2011.
EAS has begun Saturday School for selected dates. Students are benefiting from the extended time to complete classroom projects and assignments they are not able to finish during the regular school week. Please contact the office at Eagle Secondary for more information.
The EAS students and staff had a great time at the Sock Hop on November 11! Students and staff enjoyed dancing, hula hooping contests, and competing for creative sock awards! Visit our Photo Gallery soon for photos.
EAS is excited about the Holiday Dance in the gym on December 17 from 5-7 pm.
The girls' volleyball team played the EAS staff on November 21. It was a great game, with the staff taking the win!
Both Eagle campuses held Turkey Bingo nights for our students' families before Thanksgiving, and all together gave away over 25 turkeys, plus canned goods and other Thanksgiving groceries to the lucky Bingo winners. This is Eage Academy's second year providing this free activity for our families to help provide needed food and other items for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Make sure you join us again for next year's Turkey Bingo!
At Eagle Secondary, the students raised over 500 canned goods and 15 turkeys to give away in a school-wide collection drive! Ms. Scrivner and Mr. Tharpe's first period class raised the most items and won a pizza party. Great job, students!
A big thank you to the staff at Eagle Elementary, who donated turkeys and other items for Turkey Bingo at EAE!
Project MORE is a statewide reading mentoring program, matching volunteer mentors with elementary students to increase reading achievement. This is Eagle Academy's second year participating in Project MORE, which stands for "Mentoring in Ohio for Reading Excellence". Eagle Secondary students and parent volunteers are now working with our Eagle Elementary students four days a week to help improve high-frequency word recognition, fluency, and comprehension skills.
Parents and community members are invited to volunteer at Eagle Elementary as Project MORE mentors. Please contact Mrs. Hunt at 691-4876 for more information.
Eagle was recognized and received a plaque for being a technology innovator by the Goldenrod organization. Members of our staff had participated in training last month and we received a matching grant for integrating technology in math and science (Robotics).
Adult ESOL classes begin at Eagle Secondary on November 7, from 5 pm - 8 pm. These classes take place on Mondays and Wednesdays. Please contact the secondary school for more information.
Eagle student Olivia F. tried out for the Glass City Volleyball Team and made their competitive team. Glass City Volleyball is a local club team, and hundreds of girls try out each year. Congratulations on being selected, Olivia!
Our Girls' Volleyball team ended the season with a record of 5 wins and only 3 losses. They ended the league this year in third place. Congratulations, ladies!
Welcome to Eagle Academy's website! My name is Mrs. Hunt, and I am the Title 1 Reading Teacher at EAE.