Eggs Survive 40 Foot Drop
Posted on 10/31/2013
Students in Brad McAlexander’s Physics class at Woodlan High School demonstrated their skills at creating “splatter-proof egg cartons while studying the topic of velocity.”   more
Early Childhood Students Become Community Helpers
Posted on 10/29/2013
The EACS Early Childhood Program has been learning about the community. Students participated in a special Sensory Day activity about community helpers including mail carrier, trash collector/recycling, grocery store, and library.   more
EACS 'Pink Out' for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Posted on 10/28/2013
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. Cancer has touched many of us in so many ways. This is why East Allen County Schools’ staff and students hosted a ‘Pink Out’ day to increase awareness district-wide.  more
Heritage Jr/Sr High Students & Staff "Pink Out" for Breast Cancer Awareness
Posted on 10/23/2013
The Heritage students and staff participated in a great fundraiser for Breast Cancer Awareness during the month of October. The month was kicked off by a “Pink Out” night held during the Patriot volleyball team’s game vs. Bluffton.  more
New Haven High Mighty Marching Band Advances to State after a 36 Year Wait
Posted on 10/21/2013
The New Haven Mighty Marching Bulldogs recently competed in a newly created ISSMA (Indiana State School Music Association) marching band class called Scholastic Class. It is designed for smaller bands. The Bulldog marching band has 21 instrumentalists and 7 guard members. Mr. Todd Caffee is the Band Director.  more
'Life is Good' Campaign Club Visits the Cedars
Posted on 10/21/2013
Twenty-two junior high students from Leo Junior-Senior High School visited The Cedars on October 17th to visit with the residents, play games and do manicures. The experience was amazing for both the residents and the students Cindy Pond, Activities /Social Services Director at The Cedars stated: “It was heartwarming to see the different generations interact with one another. It was a great benefit for everyone!”  more
Thank You Hoosier Veteran Soldiers
Posted on 10/17/2013
Paul Harding Jr. High School students in Mrs. Hill's and Mr. Brook's 7th & 8th grade social studies classes sent over 100 letters and cards to honor the nearly 75 Hoosier veteran soldiers that have protected our nation. Honor Flight NEI collected the letters and cards to present to the veterans as they return home from visiting our Nation's Capital.  more
Woodlan Spell Bowl Team Place in Division III Level
Posted on 10/17/2013
Recently, the Woodlan High Spell bowl team finished in second place in Division 3. The meet was held at Hamilton High School. The team was 16th out of 42 teams in the entire meet!  more
EACS Principals Commended by Board and Superintendent
Posted on 10/17/2013
National Principals Month recognizes the essential role that principals play in making a school great. Principals are among the hardest working, yet often least recognized individuals in education. Principals set the academic tone for their schools, and it is their vision, dedication, and determination that provide the mobilizing force for achieving student success.   more
Life is Good Campaign Club Kick-Off Rally at LHS is a Hit
Posted on 10/09/2013
About 140 Leo Junior high students packed the gym Friday, October 4th for the first ever Life is Good Campaign Club Rally. With the support of Principal Dr. Neal Brown and staff at Leo, the Life Is Good Campaign Inc. (a non-for-profit company) has begun a new program for the students.  more
EACS Board Recognize State Academic Bowl Champs
Posted on 10/08/2013
Recently, the EACS Board of School Trustees recognized the 2013 Leo High School State Academic Champions! The Academic Super Bowl team competed at the State competition in May, 2013. The competition was held at Purdue University.   more
Cedarville Elementary Safety Camp A Success!
Posted on 10/03/2013
Parkview volunteers, community workers, teachers, parents, and 188 third graders from Cedarville Elementary School recently enjoyed the Parkview North Hospital Kids’ Safety Camp. Making this event memorable for students were Parkview North and Parkview Health co-workers, along with members of Northeast Fire & Rescue, New Haven Fire Department, the Allen County Department of Child Services, the Parkview YMCA, student nurses from IPFW, and numerous other volunteers.  more
6th Grade Focus on Health Another Successful Year
Posted on 10/01/2013
Over 700 EACS 6th graders participated in the 2013 Focus on Health event. Students had the opportunity to visit booths staffed by area medical facilities and eighth grade students. Students had their weight, height, pulse, and blood pressure recorded. Handouts about personal, physical and mental health were also distributed to the students.  more
Southwick Elementary New Sensory Room Increases Success in the Classroom
Posted on 10/01/2013
A sensory room, also known as a multi-sensory environment, is designed to create both a calming and stimulating atmosphere. This is accomplished by furnishing a room with specialized equipment designed to address different sensory-based needs.   more
Woodlan High Students Receive Life Lessons From Teen Life Coach
Posted on 10/01/2013
Recently, Jeff Yaldan, MTV Made Teen Life Coach, spoke to 9 -12th graders at Woodlan High School. Mr.Yaldan encouraged students to "drop their egos" and open their hearts and minds to people who are different from themselves.   more
EACS Board Recognize Technology Team for Hard Work
Posted on 10/01/2013
At a recent board meeting, the EACS Technology team was recognized for hard work and dedication! At the beginning of this school year the technology team worked tirelessly to get ipads ready for our students. iPads needed to be carted out, un-boxed, turned on, scanned into Destiny, checked for insurance and registration, joined to Filewave, paperwork added, turned off, re-boxed, chargers added, and shipped to high schools and middle schools.  more