The East High Mission
The mission of our East community is to foster the development of our artistic, athletic, and academic selves by establishing a respectful, empathetic environment that values diversity, global citizenship, and civic responsibility.
Welcome Back Students! Here is registration information for the 2022-2023 school year.
Starting today, July 18th, Students/Parents will be able to view their 2022-23 course schedule in StudentVue/ParentVue, on the Class Schedule tab.
Your schedule will have 8 periods listed: 7 classes and 1 lunch. Please review your schedule closely and if you need to make a ZOOM appointment with your counselor to make a schedule change, please follow the steps listed below. Counselors will see students for schedule changes by APPOINTMENT ONLY.
To make an appointment with YOUR ALPHA counselor, follow the steps outlined below.
1. Click on the name of your counselor below to access your counselor’s appointment reservation calendar (counselors are assigned to you by YOUR last name).
2. Log into your LPS school email. (StudentID@class.lps.org)–You must use your LPS SCHOOL EMAIL to make your appointment to receive your confirmation with your meeting zoom link.(more…)
Where Children and Teens Learn to Grieve and Heal
September 23-25 | Carol Joy Holling Center | Ashland, Nebraska
Camp Erin® Lincoln is a free, weekend-long bereavement camp for youth who are grieving the death of a significant person in their lives. Children and teens ages 6 to 17 attend an overnight camp experience that combines grief education and emotional support with fun, traditional camp activities. Led by bereavement professionals and caring volunteers, campers are provided a safe environment to explore their grief, learn essential coping skills, and make friends with peers who are also grieving. Space is limited. To learn more or to apply visit Mourning Hope Grief Center.
The Senior Letter titled East High Senior Program and Graduation Information was sent out last night (5-5-2022) to all seniors and parents/guardians. This letter is filled with LOTS of end-of-the-year information.
The following college(s)/military organizations will be visiting East High School. Students who want to learn more about their program can sign up on the Counseling Center kiosk or in your Graduation Google classroom, click on the “Classwork Tab” and look for College/Military Visits under Topics. Students who sign up will receive a call slip to the Counseling Center.
Month Date Time School/Military Branch City/State
April 13 10:00 AM University of Kansas Lawrence, KS
April 14 8:30 AM Northwest Missouri State Maryville, MO
April 15 No School
April 26 1:30 PM University of South Dakota Vermillion, SD
Looking for a fun way to get volunteer hours over the summer but more importantly making a difference in the lives of students? Bright Lights is looking for summer teacher assistants. Choose your week and shift. To apply or for more information go to bright lights.org.