The Eagle's Eye

February 2017

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Spaghetti Dinner

Reid Zura


On Friday, February 17th the National Honor Society hosted their annual spaghetti dinner fundraiser at the high school.


The event started at 4:30 but members and their parents of Eastwood’s NHS helped to set it up immediately after school.


The Spaghetti dinner is a fundraiser to support the National Honor Society. The money made goes towards scholarships, graduation cords, the induction ceremony and many other services hosted by NHS throughout the year.


The spaghetti dinner was a huge success. We send a special ‘thank you’ out to all who donated:


True Value of Woodville

Peak Therapy

Runion Sheet Metal

Jeds

Wendy's

Target

Perrysburg Walmart

BG Pizza Hut

The Andersons


Also, a special thank you to all the NHS members and their parents for volunteering their time to the dinner and preparing for it weeks ahead.

New Head Football Coach - Craig Rutherford

From EHS Athletic Department Update


Our process is complete and we have selected a new Head Football Coach to replace our long time head football coach Jerry Rutherford.



Eastwood Local Schools is pleased to announce that it has hired Craig Rutherford as its Head football Coach for the 2017-2018 school year. He was approved by the Eastwood BOE at its Monday, February 20, 2017 meeting.



Coach Craig Rutherford is a 2006 graduate of Eastwood High School and a graduate of Bowling Green State University where he lettered in football for three years. He was also a 2009 recipient of the Scholar-Athlete of the Year from BGSU.



He has been an assistant Football Coach at Eastwood from 2010 to 2016 where he served as its Defensive Coordinator under Head Coach Jerry Rutherford. This will be his first head coaching assignment.



We are pleased and very excited about Craig being our new Head Football Coach. He is a bright and energetic young man who has already had some great playing and coaching experiences. He also fits the qualities we were looking for in any coach that comes to Eastwood. He is of high character and beyond running a quality program which will produce successful football players he and his staff will also produce solid young men of character. He has also been a part of the Eastwood culture of high expectations both as a student/athlete and as a coach and will seek to nurture that culture.


I would also like to thank the nine people that helped out so much in this process of selecting a new head football coach. I had selected 9 different people from our community to aid in the interview process and their input and passion for finding the right person for our position was phenomenal!


Coach Craig Rutherford will meet with the players on Thursday, February 23rd at 6:30pm in the Study Hall.

Wrestling Update

Senior, Michael Burket, tells us how the Wrestling team is doing.
Bucket Interview

February Student of the Month

Congratulations to Eastwood High School Senior, Kara Ameling, for being selected as the February Student of the Month for Eastwood High School. Kara is the daughter of Brian & Jennie Ruckstuhl and Dean & Heather Ameling and has consistently earned Honor Roll recognition with her 4.12 overall GPA.


Kara's involvement in school activities allows her to further develop her abilities and leadership. She is a member of One Step Ahead/Teen Institute, National Honor Society, FFA, Varsity Soccer (Captain) and Varsity Basketball (Captain). Outside of her busy academic and school obligations, Kara finds time to volunteer at the Fremont Memorial Hospital. After graduation, Kara plans to pursue her interest in the field of Public Health at either Baldwin Wallace or John Carroll University.

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Bejarano And Launstein Take Over Winter Homecoming 2017

This year’s Freshmen attendants are Rory Farmer and Griffin Coffield.


Rory is a member of the Volleyball and Basketball teams. She is also active in Student Council and Teen Institute as well as her club volleyball team, Latitude 41. In her free time she enjoys going to football and basketball games and spending time at the lake. After high school she plans to attend college. Rory is the daughter of Phil and Renee Farmer.


Griffin is a member of the Football, Basketball and Baseball teams. He is also an active member of the Key Club. In his spare time he likes to play sports, watch Netflix, play X-Box and hang out with his friends. After high school he hopes to attend a 4 year university somewhere warm. Griffin is the son of Dale and Jodi Coffield.



This year’s Sophomore attendants are Carleigh Coffield and David Deniston.


Carleigh is a member of the Softball and Volleyball teams. She is an active member of the Key Club and her travel Softball team, NWO Heat. In her spare time Carleigh enjoys playing sports and hanging out with her friends. After High School she plans to attend a 4 year university. Carleigh is also the daughter of Dale and Jodi Coffield.


David is a member of the Marching Band, Quiz Bowl and Pep Band at Eastwood. He is also active in the Calvary Church Youth Mission Group, Youth Leadership Toledo and Troy Township Fire and EMS Explorers. After graduation, David plans to attend a 4 year university majoring in Engineering. David is the son of Alan and Carol Deniston.



This year’s Junior attendants are Morgan Rost and Cory Coffman.


Morgan is a member of the Soccer and Basketball teams at Eastwood. She is also an active member of the Key Club, OSA, International Club, People, Inc., Junior Executive Council and the National Honor Society. After graduation she plans to attend college. Morgan is the daughter of Jerry and Tami Rost.


Cory is a member of the Varsity Football and Basketball teams. He is also the Key Club President and an active member of the Student Council. After graduation Cory plans to major in Engineering at the University of Toledo. Cory is the son of Scott and Kim Coffman.



This year’s Senior attendants are Leah Tressel and Jordan Slaughterbeck, Cassidy Schling and Landon Zura, & Marisa Launstein and Braden Bejarano.


Leah is the daughter of Tim and Sue Tressel. Leah is a member of the Varsity Track and Field team, the President of National Honor Society, Vice President of Senior Executive Council and an active member of Student Council, People Incorporated, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and her 4-H Club, Dowling Stitch, Stir and Stock. In her spare time, Leah enjoys volunteering and spending time with her friends and family. After graduation Leah plans to attend the University of Toledo for Nursing.


Jordan is the son of Dennis and Kathy Slaughterbeck. Jordan is a member of the Varsity Soccer and Track and Field teams. He is also an active member of the National Honor Society and Key Club. In his spare time he enjoys hanging out with his friends and playing video games. After graduation he plans to attend the Ohio State University and major in engineering.



Cassidy is the daughter of Karen Hover and Todd Schling. Cassidy is a member of the Varsity Soccer team at Eastwood. She is also an active member of the National Honors Society, Student Council, Senior Executive Council and her 4-H club. In her spare time she enjoys playing soccer, riding horses, and volunteering at Vision Kitchen and Martin Luther King Kitchen. She is currently working at Seacoast Brokers and plans to study Nursing at Bowling Green State University after graduation and then on to graduate school to become a Nurse Anesthetist.


Landon is the son of Craig and Ericka Zura. Landon is a member of the Varsity Soccer and Track and Field teams at Eastwood. He is the President of the Student Council. He is also an active member of the National Honors Society. He is also a member of the Civil Air Patrol. In his spare time he enjoys hanging out with his friends. He currently works at Pisanello’s in Pemberville. After graduation he plans to study Aeronautical Engineering at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida.



Marisa is a member of the Varsity Track and Field team, the Drum Major of the Marching Band, Vice President of National Honor Society, Vice President of Tri-M, and an active member of Senior Executive Council, People Incorporated, Band, Choir and the musical. In her free time she enjoys watching Gossip Girl on Netflix and going to the Flying Joe. After graduation she plans to attend the University of Michigan and major in Psychology. Marisa is the daughter of Brian Launstein and Julie Launstein.


Braden is a member of the Varsity Soccer, Bowling and Track and Field teams. He is also an active member of the art club and People Incorporated. In his free time he enjoys playing video games, watching Star Wars and hanging out with his friends. He is currently working at the IGA in Pemberville and plans to attend the University of Toledo to study computer systems after graduation. Braden is the son of Armando Bejarano and Juli Bejarano.



The Junior Queen and King are Elle Young and Max Chaffee.


Elle is in Mrs. Powers’ Kindergarten class at Pemberville Elementary. Elle is on The Right Direction motocross team, a Youth Development Program that teaches life skills through action sports. She also enjoys playing with baby dolls, riding her dirt bike, bicycle & hoverboard, competing in motocross races on her dirt bike, camping, playing with her cousins and spending time with her family. When Elle grows up, she wants to take care of children and babysit, but most of all, she wants to be a “mommy”. Elle is the daughter of Jon and Carrie Young.


Max is also in Mrs. Powers’ Kindergarten class. Max has been active in Tae Kwon Do for the past 2 years. His favorite sport is baseball, but he also enjoys soccer and basketball. Max enjoys playing video games, trying to beat his brother in sports games and exploring the different levels on Disney Infinity and Skylanders with his sister. He also likes playing with his Pokémon cards, cars, and collects stickers. Max is always looking for a way to help other people and animals. When he grows up he would like to be a doctor for dogs. He said he would let his sister bring her cat too. He would also like to be a Karate Master and teacher. Max is the son of Grant and Rachelle Chaffee.

February Question on the Street

DO YOU HAVE A VALENTINE?


Out of 78 student at Eastwood,


24 said they did.


54 said they did not.

Maddie Booms Swim Team Interview

Maddie Booms is a junior on the Eastwood girls swim team.
Maddie Booms Swim Team

Ryan Reiter Basketball Interview

Ryan Reiter is a senior on the varsity boys basketball team.
Ryan Reiter

Noah Henline Interview

Noah Henline is on the JV basketball team.
Noah Henline Basketball

Wrestling Interview

Freshmen, Mason Glaze and Austin Nissen give insight on what the wrestling team is doing.
Wrestling Interview

Swim Team

Sophomore, Alyssa Harper and freshman Corinne Schroeder talk about the swim team. They talk about their experience, favorite things, and many more aspects of the Eastwood swim team.
Swim Team Interview

Coach DJ Michel

Coach DJ Michel talks to us about his successful coaching career.
Coach Michel Interview

Senior Boys Dance with the Eastwood High School Dance Team

Many boys from the senior class practiced a routine with the dance team to perform in front of the entire school at the winter homecoming pep-rally.
https://youtu.be/uRGHdEyotQQ

Logan Frobrose

Junior, Logan Frobrose, plays guard on the varsity boys basketball team. He talks about his team and what they do to prepare for a game.
Logan Frobose Interview

Zach Featherston

Senior, Zach Featherston, talks about his experience and his season so far in wrestling.
Feathers Interview

Gavin Slattman

Gavin plays guard for the JV basketball team. He talks about his past games and the team.
Gavin Slattman JV

Yearbook Orders

We are able to continue taking Yearbook orders until May 12th; however, the cost of the book has risen to $60 for a basic book and $65 for a book with personalization. You may either order at Jostensyearbook.com or use the order form provided and send payment to the office.

Past Yearbooks

We have several yearbooks from the past that were paid for and never picked up. I would like to get these out of boxes and to their rightful owners. Please contact me at kpioterek@eastwoodschools to make arrangements for pick up.


Danielle Flanagan 1999-2000

Ney Ney 1999-2000

Thammawit Singkaew 2007

Theresa Rodrigueaz 2011

Josh Vance 2012

Jacob Kern 2012

Zach Cross 2012

Andrea Kotula 2012

Jill Abke 1996

Macey Flores 1990

Emily Dickendasher 19994

Dierdra Mackey 1997

Eric Steele 1997

Bethany 2003

Grover 2003


We are also in the process of selling old yearbooks. The following list is what we have left. Please contact Kristy Pioterek at the high school if interested.

1974- 1

1983- 1

1989- 2

1993- 1

1994- 11

1995- 1

1996- 14

1998- 2

1999- 17

2000-2001- 19

2001-2002- 11

2002-2003- 5

2003-2004- 4

2004-2005- 34

2006-1

2008-2

2009-12

2011-5

2012- 3

2013- 1

2014- 7