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Indiana Electric Cooperative Page Day

Are you a high school student? Are you affiliated with an Indiana electric cooperative? Do you want to spend the day as a page at the Indiana State Legislature? If so, you might be the perfect candidate for Page Day.

In 2018 there will be two opportunities to participate in IEC Page Day with The Indiana Senate. This experience will give you a chance to see the Indiana State Legislature in action while taking a tour of the governor’s office and the statehouse. You’ll also get to meet and have your picture taken with your state legislator.

Requirements: You must be available January 31 or February 7 and have reliable transportation to and from the Indiana Statehouse that day. The program is open to high school students. Please confirm with school administrators, but Page Day is considered an excused absense in most instances.
Apply by: January 22 for January 31 date or by January 29 for February 7th date.

To register: https://www.indianaec.org/programs/youth/page-day/



Youth Tour 2018

Applications are now being accepted for the 2018 Indiana Youth Tour. Jackson County REMC will send up to three participants from this year's applications. Applicants must currently be an 11th grade student at an area high school or home school and must be ready to enter the 12th grade at the time of the trip. An applicant must reside with a parent or guardian who is a member of Jackson County REMC. 

Applicants will need to complete an application form and prepare a 250-word essay about how Jackson County REMC improves the quality of life in h is or her community. Applicants will be asked to come into the office for a short interview. Applications are judged on academics, activities in and out of school, community involvement, the interview and the essay.

Application forms are availaable at www.jacksonremc.com or by calling 812-358-4458. The deadline for applications to be returned to the REMC is Friday February 2, 2018. Applicants will be notified of selections in early March.




Rising Stars of Indiana Class of 2019


The Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP) is proud to present the Rising Stars of Indiana Class of 2019. Each Indiana high school was invited to recognize up to four students currently in the 11th grade, based on their academic achievement. Eastern High School would like to recognize the following Class of 2019 Rising Star leaders: Brandon Bryant, Dalton Pinaire, Katie Schlesener, and Carter Williams. Please join us in congratulating these students on all they have already achieved, as well as offering support and encouragement as they continue their accomplishments and expand their knowledge, growth and leadership skills well into the future.



High School Poster/Visual Arts Contest

The Knights of Pythias Post/Visual Arts Contest entitled “Stay Alive, Don’t Text and Drive” is open to any student enrolled as a Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior in any Junior or Senior High Public or Parochial School in Indiana, or to home-schooled students who are equivalent age and grade.

Rules and Regulations
  1. Poster may be on any color cardboard, 14 inches X 22 inches(35.6 cm X 55.9 cm) uniformly. DO NOT DEVIATE
  2. Any two-dimensional medium may be used. (computer graphics, photography, stenciling, drawing, painting, etc.)
  3. All the art must be ORIGINAL. No copyrighted material may be used in the development of, or in the actual entry.
  4. On the front of the Poster near the bottom, in letters not over ¼ inch high must appear the following: “SPONSORED BY THE FRATERNAL ORDER KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS”
  5. NEW: New this year will be two contests in one. There will be equal prizes given for computer generated posters and for hand painted or drawn posters. 
  6. The local Lodge will be in charge of the local contest in its jurisdiction. The local Lodge must receive all entries by April 1st and will then determine the local winner.
         Region 6 Local Lodge Contact Information:
         Michael Deaton
         813-707-1945
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  1. All posters entered in any and all contests become the property of the Knights of Pythias.
ALL RULES AND REGULATIONS MUST BE FOLLOWED TO QUALIFY FOR JUDGING

The winners of all contests (local, State, and Supreme) will be determined by qualified judges. The posters will be judged on the following criteria:
  • Message
  • Originality
  • Effective display of message in specified dimension
  • Neatness
  • Adherence to stated rules and regulations
Winners at the State level will be notified by June 10, 2018







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Vision Statement:  Our vision for Eastern High School is to achieve excellence in education.

Mission Statement:  The mission of Eastern High School is to graduate students with the life skills to become contributing members of a changing society.


 
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