~Mrs. Pioterek and the 2016-2017 Eagle's Eye Staff
Annual Chalk Walk
Although it’s early in the school year Eastwood’s Art Club has been keeping very busy. The club has just recently participated in the Chalk Walk at the Black Swamps Art Festival. They won first place and $500 for the school's art department! This is a continuation of their winnings considering the art club also drew their way to the top in 2012. The club continues to carry on their tradition of participating in The Chalk Walk again next year. “ I am very proud of them, I wanted them to understand that winning was great, but the experience that they had and walked away with is priceless!” says Mrs. Moorman, the school's art teacher. Coming up for the art club will be a pumpkin carving and Day of the Dead face paint contest.
Reiter, Ameling Win Fall Homecoming King and Queen
-Rachel Booth and Krinn Keller
After an exciting, fun filled week filled with spirit, Ryan Reiter and Kara Ameling were crowned Fall Homecoming King and Queen during the pregame show on September 16th.
Ameling plays Varsity Soccer and Basketball. She is also an active member of National Honor Society and One Step Ahead, also know as Teen Institute. In Ameling’s free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, Ryan, and her cat, Callie, as well as volunteering at Fremont Memorial Hospital. She is currently work at Bowling Green’s Frosty Fare. After graduation, she hopes to attend Baldwin Wallace and major in Neuroscience. Kara is the daughter of Brian and Jennie Ruckstuhl and Dean and Heather Ameling.
Reiter plays Soccer, Basketball, and runs Track at Eastwood. He is an active member of Key Club, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and the First Congregational Church Youth Group. In Reiter’s spare time he goes fishing, camping, rides dirt bikes and spends time with his family, Kara, and his dog, Toby. He is currently working at Cozier Body Shop. After graduation, he plans to attend college. Ryan is the son of Mark and Michelle Reiter.
Our First pair of this years Senior Attendants are Regan McAnally and Josh Bierley.
Regan is a swimmer for the Eastwood swim team, and the Bowling Green Swim Club. She is also an active member of Student Council, and Tri-M. McAnally is also serving as President of choir and sings soprano in Eastwood’s acappella group, Encore. While she has free time she enjoys swimming and singing. Over the summer, Regan was a Swim Coach, Swim Instructor, and Lifeguard at the Pemberville Pool. After Graduating her plans are to Attend BGSU and Major in Applied Health Sciences. Her goal is to become a Physical or Occupational Therapist. Regan Is the Daughter of Denny and Amy McAnnally.
Josh is a part of the Eastwood’s Track and Cross Country Teams. He is also an Active member of People Inc., Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society, the National Society of High School Scholar, and is also a member of the at St. James Lutheran Church. In his Free time he likes running, flying airplanes, and he currently works at the Airport in Fremont. After Graduation Josh hopes to study Aviation at BGSU. Josh is the son of Todd and Connie Bierley.
Our Second pair of this year’s Senior Attendants are Aaliyah LeVally and Lucas Jackson.
Aaliyah is a Varsity Cheerleader for Football and Basketball, a member of the Student Council, Key Club,
and Choir. Outside of school she enjoys spending time with her little sister, Emma, and is currently working at Mcdonalds. After Graduation, she plans to study Psychology at Bowling Green State University. Aaliyah is the Daughter of Melissa Vance and Trevor Thorstenson.
Jackson is a member of the Track and Field team, an Eagle-Scout, Co-President of National Honors Society, a Student LEader for Carpe Diem, and a Member of Key Club. In Lucas’s free time he enjoys pole vaulting, hiking, and catching frogs with his four year old neighbor, as well as babysitting for his Aunt. After graduation, he is thinking about studying Marine Biology. Lucas is the son of Jeff and Jennifer Jackson.
This year’s Penta attendant was Jerica Eschedor.
Eschedor is a senior at Penta studying cosmetology. She is involved in Skills USA and is President of the Senior Cosmetology Class. Eschedor is a member of the Track and Field team, in which she is a thrower. She is very involved in Wood County 4-H, especially with horses. She currently works at Bass Pro. After graduation, Eschedor plans to attend BGSU and pursue a degree in education. Jerica is the daughter of Jennifer Post.
The Junior attendants for this year’s Fall Homecoming were Katelyn Meyer and Logan Frobose.
Meyer is a member of the Varsity Volleyball team, and the Track and Field team. She is also an active member in the Art Club, Key Club, Junior Executive Council, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Meyer is a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church where she is active in Youth Group. After high school, she plans to attend a four year university. Katelyn is the daughter of Jon and Kristen Meyer.
Frobose is a member of the Basketball and Golf teams at Eastwood. He is also an active member in Student Council, and FFA. Outside of school, Frobose is a member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, and he just loves to make people laugh. After high school, he plans to attend college and earn a degree in Business. Logan is the son of Jeff and Cheryl Frobose.
The Sophomore attendants for this year’s Fall Homecoming were Moira Cunningham and Robbie Bettinger.
Cunningham is a member of the Varsity Cross Country and Track teams. She is the stage manager for Eastwood’s spring musical, the Marching Band voice of the Eagles, an active member of Key Club, Student Council, Art Club, and International Club. In her free time, Cunningham enjoys watching theatre, volunteering through Toledo Roadrunners, sketching, drawing and playing tennis. After high school, she hopes to attend an Ivy League level university, hopefully at Cornell, to study architecture and design. Moira is the daughter of Chris and Hazeann Cunningham.
Bettinger is a captain on the Varsity Golf team, a member of the Bowling Green travel hockey team, and is active in his church and youth group at Calvary United Methodist Church in Tontogany. In his free time, Bettinger enjoys golfing with his friends. After high school, he plans to attend a four year college and pursue a degree in engineering. Robbie is the son of Rob and Pam Bettinger
The Fall Homecoming Freshmen attendants this year are Shelby Getz and Austen Nissen.
Getz plays defense for the Varsity Girls Soccer team in the fall, and runs hurdles along with the 4x4 in track in the spring. She is also a member of the Key Club, International Club, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. In her free time, Getz enjoys working out at the gym, volunteering at her church, and watching Netflix. After high school, she hopes to attend college at the Ohio State University and someday become a doctor. Shelby is the daughter of Eric and Julie Getz.
Nissen is on the Eastwood Football, Track and Field, and Equestrian Teams. While also being an active member of Eastwood FFA, and Student Council. He is serving as Vice-President of Hig 4-H Club, Horses R’ Us, as well as being a member of the Wood County 4-H Leadership Board, Hancock Horsemen Riding Team, and the Zoar Lutheran Church Youth Group. When Nissen has free time, he enjoys working on trucks and other mechanical items as well as riding horses. After school, he hopes to attend college to major in mechanical engineering or construction management. Austen is the son of Mark and Heather Nissen.
Ryan Reiter and Kara Ameling being crowned Fall Homecoming King and Queen
2016 Fall Homecoming king and queen, Ryan Reiter and Kara Ameling
2016 Fall Homecoming Court
Internet Dangers Displayed to the Students
-The Eagle's Eye Staff
David Frattare, Director of State Investigation/ICAC Commander, visited the high school on Monday, September 12 to inform the students at the high school and middle school about internet safety.
He gave the students a very informative presentation about the dangers of talking to strangers online. He also went into his past experiences and stories about the consequences of not using internet safety.
Frattare has been investigating the internet for 18 years after he became a certified police officer and learned a lot of knowledge about the internet.
He stays busy, with thirty to forty children reported each year through the National Center of Missing Children. He goes to eight to ten houses a month, just in Cleveland alone, to talk to children who have been reported for inappropriate messages on the internet. Also, he receives at least 400 tips from the state in just one month resulting in 25-50 cases a month.
His advice to anyone on the internet would be to use common sense, report harassment cases, be aware, and keep evidence.
Welcoming new staff is always an exciting way to start off the school year. Miss. Hardcastle, who is new to the district, is now teaching history, sociology, and psychology. Hardcastle graduated from Bowling Green State University's College of Education and Human Development. She was originally from a small town in Michigan and moved to Bowling Green. She taught at Regina Coeli before coming to Eastwood. “I had great students and learned a lot about teaching there,” said Hardcastle. She was very excited when the job opportunity arose because she has heard great things about our district and wanted to be a part of it. Welcome to Eastwood, Miss. Hardcastle!
In addition to new staff, Mrs. Howard moved to the high school from the middle school this year. Although she already has a few years under her belt here at Eastwood, we are happy to welcome her to the high school.
#1 Question on the Street
-The Eagle's Eye Staff
“How were the Homecoming Spirt Week themes this year?”
“Very interesting” - Carmen B.
“It was interesting to see, but I don’t enjoy participating.” -Chloe K.
“I thought they were fun!” Moira C.
“What was your favorite day?”
“USA day!” - Taylor D.
“Pajama day!” - Carmen B.
“Pajama day and the student teacher switch up day.” -Greg B. & Kara. Spahn
“What didn’t you like about the themes?”
“Throwback” - Taylor D. & Carmen B.
“There needs to be a more participation.”- Miss Ross
“Didn’t understand throwback.” -Zeth Z & Ian D
“The same thing every year.” Jayla H
“What would you like to do in the future?”
“Neon” - Taylor D.
“Flannel” - Carmen B.
“We should do a famous people day” -Aaron F.
“We should do our favorite sports team!” -Mallory D.
Do you like this year's Homecoming theme?
“It’s stupid.”- Alexis R
“It’s Original.”- Ian
“Yes”- Zeth Z
“What does that mean?”- Miss Ross
What would you change for next year?
“We should do something to get more people involved!” -Moira C.
“It needs to be more accessible to everyone.” -Greg Bailey
What are some suggestions you have for next year?
“We should do pajama day on monday” Mallory Dix
“ We should do a different gender day” Zeth Z.“ On friday we should have the band play at lunch” Miss. Ross
September Student of the Month
Congratulations to Eastwood High School senior, Tyler Ruck, on being selected for the September Student of the Month award.
Tyler has consistently earned recognition on the Honor Roll for his overall GPA of 4.56. His involvement in school activities mirrors his effort within the community as he continually demonstrates leadership in each activity.
Tyler is a member of National Honor Society, Senior Executive Council as well as the captain of the Cross Country Team and the Track Team. Within the community, he has been a member of Boy Scout Troop 344 for six years and is now an Eagle Scout and adult leader. In addition, Tyler is active with community service projects associated with Bethlehem Lutheran Church. After graduation, he has expressed an interest in pursuing a degree in Chemical Engineering or Physics. Tyler is the son of Doug and Lisa Ruck.