The Triton Times

The Official e-zine of Eastlake Middle School

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Sixth Edition June 2018

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Thank You, PTSO!

ELM sends a big thank you to our PTSO, and particularly to this year's president and vice-president, Autum Reid and Katia Callahan. These ladies spend countless hours helping our school, and spent many days selling ice cream after school to raise money to support our students and staff. Their hard work and dedication made Eastlake Middle a better place! Thank you!
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Triton Super Volunteers!

Ethan Jenkins (left), Alana Byler (center), and David Mitrovich (right) are our Super Volunteers! All three are 7th graders and have spent many Saturdays volunteering their services at community events. They have assisted at our ELM Campus Clean-Up, with Special Olympics and Sports for Exceptional Athletes, Chula Vista Kiwanis events, are members of the K-Builders service club and are Safe School Ambassadors. Combined, these three youngsters spent well over 100 hours on various Saturdays helping to serve our community. Great job!
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ELM Band Shows Excellence

The highly respected ELM Band, lead by Mr. John Academia, received an 'Excellent' for their performance in the recent Ensemble Festival held at Chula Vista High. Congratulations! From left to right, front row: Rosemary Roach, Izella Marquez, Shane Kirwan, and Chelsey Manlangit. From left to right, back row: Hannah Gunsett, Darwin Cervantes, Jericho Reyes, Brooke Cote.

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ELM Displays Unity at the Sweetwater Unified Games

Teacher Austin Legg took a cadre of students to the SUHSD Unified Games last month. The Unified Games goal is to include all students in athletics, and to focus on inclusion and egagement of all students, giving special needs and non-special needs students an arena to develop positive, friendly relationships. The athletes representing ELM were: Garrett Boles, Sebastian “Turbo” Camalich, Jesus Gonzalez, JesusBryan Mendoza, and Diego Gonzalez. Volunteering as Unified Partners were: Lauren Swisher, Philip Howard, Blake Boelter, Ryan Duarte, and Jayden Bibles.

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Grill Grand Opening Receives Coverage

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Thank you, Mr. Horner

Mr. Horner (left) joined the Eastlake Middle Administration after having served as the Coordinator of Intervention Services at Eastlake High School. He brought a wealth of talent as well as great enthusiasm for supporting our students. Mr. Horner will be moving on to another assignment next year, but we certainly appreciated his time here at ELM!