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  • Eastlake High School13000 Emerald Pass El Paso, Texas 79928

    937-0000 www.sisd.net

  • Excellence by Design

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    Located at 13000 Emerald Pass, Eastlake

    High School will open as a small

    comprehensive high school serving

    students from Col. John O. Ensor Middle

    School and Desert Wind School, which

    currently feed in to Americas and Socorro

    high schools. The inaugural class is

    anticipated to consist of 500 freshman

    students. Each year, a new freshman class

    will be added.

    Eastlake, which has a capacity of 1,200,

    will open with facilities equitable to those

    found at the Dis t r icts ex i s t ing

    comprehensive high schools. Completion

    of future phases will allow Eastlake to

    grow into a comprehensive 5A high

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    Angelica Ramsey will serve as principal

    of Eastlake High School. She has been

    promoted from her previous position of

    assistant principal at Socorro High School,

    a position she held for three years. Prior

    to becoming an administrator, Mrs.

    Ramsey taught, coached softball and

    held a variety of leadership positions as

    a member of the Socorro faculty. She

    holds a bachelors degree from the

    University of the Pacific and a masters in

    Educational Administration from the

    University of Texas at El Paso. She currently

    is pursuing her doctorate degree in

    Educational Leadership through Liberty

    University.

  • Eastlake High SchoolAdministration

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    Jimmy CalderonAthletic Coordinator

    Ismael CastroAssistant Principalicastr04@sisd.net

    Angelica RamseyPrincipal

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    Management Cheerleading (coed) Chinese Choir Concepts of Engineering &

    Technology French Health Introduction to Engineering Design

    NJROTC Orchestra Principles of Biomedical Science Principles of Informational

    Technology Professional Communication Physical Education Reading Reading Intervention Spanish Speech Student Leadership Theatre Arts

    Academic Offerings

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    Proposed 2010-2011 Bell Schedule1A/1B 8:15 am - 9:45 am

    ARMI 9:52 am - 10:22 am

    2A/2B 10:29 am - 11:59 am

    LUNCH 11:59 am - 12:36 pm

    3A/3B 12:43 pm - 2:13 pm

    4A/4B 2:20 pm - 3:50 pm

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    Athletics Athletic Training

    Baseball

    Basketball (Boys & Girls)

    Cheerleading (coed)

    Cross Country (Boys & Girls)

    Football

    Golf (Boys & Girls)

    Softball

    Soccer (Boys & Girls)

    Swimming (Boys & Girls)

    Tennis (Boys & Girls)

    Track & Field (Boys & Girls)

    Wrestling (Boys & Girls)

    Volleyball

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    Advancement Via IndividualDeterminationProgram Description and BenefitsAVID (Advancement Via IndividualDetermination) is a college-readinesssystem designed to increase the numberof students who enroll in four-yearcolleges. Although AVID serves allstudents, it focuses on the least servedstudents in the academic middle. Theformula is simple - raise expectations ofstudents and, with the AVID supportsystem in place, they will rise to thechallenge.

    At the high school level, students areenrolled in rigorous college prepartoryclasses and receive support in AVID, an

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    academic elective class taught withinthe school day by a trained AVID teacher.In this class students receive supportthrough a rigorous curriculum andongoing, structured tutorials. AVID electiveteachers support AVID students byproviding academic training, managingtheir tutorials, working with faculty andparents, and by helping students developlong-range academic and personalplans.

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    Program Description and BenefitsGreen technologies are no longer thewave of tomorrow, but are the reality oftoday. Eastlakes Alternative Energypathway will provide students with a strongbackground in the study of electronics.Students will have the opportunity to usetheir skills to explore the following areas:Energy and Power, Passive and Active SolarTechnologies, Photovoltaic (PV) Systems,and Wind Power.

    The southwest, to include El Paso, has anemerging market for Alternative Energies.The career paths in this field are high skilled,in high demand, and lead to high pay.This pathway can lead to both careercertifications and the preparation for

    advanced college degrees. As part ofthe four year program, students will havethe opportunity to earn an ElectronicsTechnicians Association Certification in thearea of: Alternative Energy, Solar, Wind,Micro Hydro, or Geothermal.

    Program Enrollment and ContactFor more information on the Eastlake HighSchool Green Technology program, pleasecontact program coordinator GeorgeThomas at 915-937-0317 or gthoma@sisd.net.

  • Eastlake High School will be the first highschool in the area to offer MandarinChinese to students. Eastlake is devotedto ensuring that our students remaincompetitive with their peers in skill set.Students will learn Chinese from fullycertified teachers based in China. Theywill also gain insight and build a globalperspective as they build relationshipswith Chinese pen pals and learn aboutChinese culture.

    Chinese increasingly stands shoulder toshoulder with English as a globallanguage. Mandarin Chinese is the mostspoken language in the world with over1.1 billion speakers. myChinese360empowers students with an opportunityto develop the critical foreign language

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    Students will participate in an immersiveenvironment, which is a critical elementto successfully master a foreign language.The myChinese360 program will bringChina to our students by immersing themin a 3-D virtual world learning community.Students will benefit from the positiveelements of a study abroad experience.They are teleported to an interactive, 3-D virtual world and can participate inrealistic field trips, class projects, exhibitsand will have the opportunity to meetand befriend Chinese students who alsoparticipate in the virtual learningcommunity.

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    Program Description and BenefitsThe Pathway to Engineering is a careerprogram of study offered at Eastlake HighSchool for students to challengethemselves. It is a career oriented pathwaythat emphasizes hands-on experiencesthrough Project Lead the Way (PLTW). Thepathway to engineering is a four yearprogram that is taught in conjunction withtraditional math and science courses. Thefour year program includes:

    Introduction to Engineering Design Digital Electronics Principles of Engineering Civil Engineering and Architecture Computer Integrated Manufacturing Aerospace Engineering Engineering Design and Development

    Program Enrollment and ContactFor more information on the Eastlake HighSchool Project Lead the Way program,please contact program coordinatorGeorge Thomas at 915-937-0317 orgthoma@sisd.net.

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    sProgram Description and BenefitsThe Pathway to biomedical sciencesprepares students for the postsecondaryeducation and training necessary forsuccess in the health and medical field.The four year program includes:

    Principles of Biomedical Science Human Body Systems Medical Intervention Biomedical Innovation

    Program Enrollment and ContactFor more information on the Eastlake HighSchool Project Lead the Way program,please contact program coordinatorGeorge Thomas at 915-937-0317 orgthoma@sisd.net.

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    Academic Decathlon Business Professionals

    of America Chess Team Class of 2014 Crimestoppers DECA Destination Imagination Environmental Conservation Fellowship of Christian

    Athletes High Q Team

    GT Club Mandarin Chinese Club Mock Trial NJROTC National Junior Honor Society National Technical Honor Society Skills USA Speech and Debate Student Council Organization Technology Students Association (TSA) Texas Association of Future

    Educators UIL

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    Transfer applications are available for anyfirst year ninth grader who is interested inattending Eastlake High School. In-districtincoming freshmen who live outside of theEastlake attendance zone are eligible toapply. Out-of-district incoming freshmenare also eligible to apply. Open enrollmentstudents must provide their owntransportation. Out-of-district tuition feeswill be waived. The application is availableat Administrative Services , 12440 RojasDrive, or you may call 937-0054.Applications will also be posted on theSISD website at www.sisd.net under theSchools tab.

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