The Facilities Team will join the next PTO meeting on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 6 PM, and again on Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at 5:30 pm to discuss these changes with Eliot-Hine school community. Join for whichever meeting you can! For more information, check out the full project update: New Student Path to Metro.
Principal Young’swelcome letter for the new school year and afun video she created for the community! To learn more from Principal Young and ask questions in person, check out the below upcoming Eliot-Hine events:
Wednesday, 8/9 at 3:30-5 PM: Principal Young meet and greet at Anacostia HS library.
Thursday, 8/10 at 5 -7:30 PM: Principal Young meet and greet at Benning library.
Saturday, 8/19 at 9 AM – 1 PM: Eliot-Hine beautification day
Saturday, 8/16 at 9 AM – 1 PM:FREE athletic physicals at Eastern-1700 E. Capitol, NE. Students must have this form complete for sports participation.
Orientation Dates for Eliot-Hine Students
Friday, 8/11 at 10 AM – 1 PM: 6th grade student orientation
Tuesday, 8/15 at 6 – 7:30 PM: 6th grade orientation for families
Thursday, 8/17 at 6 – 7:30 PM: 7th and 8th grade orientation
Friday, 8/18 at 10 – 11:30 AM: Last chance orientation for all grades
This week Eliot-Hine’s 8th graders are presenting their IB Community Project. Previously we featured students from Ms. Harris’ advisory on their research project. After researching homelessness, these students were motivated to host a feminine hygiene product drive for House of Ruth, a women and children’s shelter, after learning these items are in greatest need. All month of May students collected donations from their community and Eliot-Hine staff members. These students were able to collect 5,000 products to donate to House of Ruth’s 11 different programs. They also did research on what it takes to run a homeless shelter and how to start a non-profit organization. Check out their photos below from their personal delivery!
Other IB community project topics include: evaluating high school dropout rates, rise of police brutality in the U.S., bullying and how students can stand up for others, etc.