Eagle's Eye

May 2017

Senior Class of 2017

Big image
Big image

Top of the Class

Front Row: Madisen Morlock, Amber Rudd, Hannah Sponaugle, Marisa Launstein, Jolynn Nissen, Regan McAnally, Macey Fix, Kara Ameling.

Back Row: Kenneth Cassaubon, Tyler Ruck, Logan Baugher, Ricky Martinez, Jordan Slaughterbeck, Lucas Jackson, Landon Zura



Big image

Honors Diploma

Front Row: Cassidy Schling, Madisen Morlock, Leah Tressel, Danielle Miranda, Kelsey Cancelliere, Jolynn Nissen, Marisa Launstein, Macey Fix, Hannah Sponaugle, Maddie Wilson. Second Row: Hannah Schnitker, Amber Rudd, Dani Bruning, Ally Burke, Regan McAnally, Logan Baugher, Jordan Slaughterbeck, Lucas Jackson, Tyler Fry, Landon Zura, Josh Bierley. Back Row: Jon Konecny, Tyler Tudor, Michael Burket, Jared Briscoe, Tyler Ruck, Ethan Bowe, Kenneth Cassaubon, Ricky Martinez.
Big image

Military

Avery Geisbuhler: U.S. Navy


Landon Zura: Air Force through ROTC


Tyler Bernot: U.S. Marines


Jason Ensthausen: Air National Guard

Big image

50+ Community Service Hours

Front Row: Logan Schuessler, Alexandra Appelhans, Mackenzie Hineline, Madisen Morlock, Payge Harmon, Kelsie Cancelliere, Leah Tressel, Marisa Launstein, Macey Fix, Jolynn Nissen, Natalie Ferguson-Schuerman, Victoria Smith. Row 2: Audreigh Riter, Alicyn McClish, Avery Geisbuhler, Amber Rudd, Allyson Burke, Regan McAnally, Logan Baugher, Jordan Slaughterbeck, Lucas Jackson, Joshua Bierley, Landon Zura. Row 3: Colten Schroeder, Zachary Radcliff, Jason Ernsthausen, Tyler Tudor, Michael Burket, Jared Briscoe, Tyler Ruck, Ryan Reiter, Paul Cathers, Emma Schuerman, Hayden Rowan. Back Row: Jessica Rice, Hannah Schnitker, Collin DeWese, Hannah Sponaugle, Sydnee Shanks, Nicholas Thompson, Alexandria Vasquez, Kyle Kellogg, Alexi Kruse, Kamren Keller.

May Student of the Month

Congratulations to Eastwood Senior Macy Fix, on winning May student of the month. Macy is the daughter of Tom and Jackie Fix and has an amazing GPA of 4.2. Along with keeping her good grades she is involved in many after school activities. Including, Marching band, pep band, jazz band, EHS musical, varsity softball, Elite softball, NHS treasurer, president of people inc, Carpe Diem student leader, 4-H club, and is apart of the student council. Macy plans on going to Asbury University in Kentucky. She will be majoring in media communication and minoring in music. Macy was also signed to play softball for Asbury.


Big image
Bucket and Mr. Michel Talk Track

Juniors and Seniors Receive Wisdom from College Students

On Tuesday, May, 16 every junior and senior English class went to the library to learn about the life they'll live in their future as college students.


Sam Church, Ohio Christian University; Megan Welker, Bowling Green State University; Natalie Reidling, New York University; Bri Rost, The Ohio State University; David Krukemyer, The Ohio State University; Sierra Corns, University of Toledo; Elly Schnitker, Bowling Green State University; Elena Kirkbride, Bowling Green State University, and Mackenzie Albright, University of Toledo all took their time to present to the high schoolers braving college.


The coming college students got to fire any questions they had about college and life as a college student. The high school students were able to get a big idea as to how life is in college with balancing school, extra curriculars, a job, and socializing.

Hopefully, they took home an idea as to what to expect in the fall or next year when they are on their own.


Examples of some of the questions and answers that were discussed include:


Q: Did high school prepare you?

A: “Yes, college courses help a lot. It prepares you more than you realize. Math classes and English classes teach you skills you will need such as time management and social skills.” - Natalie Reidling


Q: Why’d you choose the field you’re in?

A: “You find something that interests you and find fields that fit your interests and needs.”


They also got to listen and note advice going into college, some of these include:


“E-Mail will be your best friend.”

“Library and Student Unions are best for studying.”

“Finding a study group helps a lot.”


This is just a tiny snippet of the important advice that the college students relayed to the high schoolers.


The aim of this chat was to prepare high school students for the demand of the real world as, for many of these students, it will be their first time on their own.

Fifth Grade E.A.G.L.E. Lego Movies