Welcome to EAAS!
Where "Sharks Attack The Future!"



are the alternative choice program in our district that could be just what you're searching for!

The EAAS program develops and fosters responsibility and respect in self-guided learners by nurturing and promoting a safe, supportive, flexible learning environment in which students experience academic success and personal growth.

Our program will promote an educational climate where diversity and individuality will be respected and celebrated, where all EAAS Staff accept and meet the challenge of enhancing learning and encouraging students to manifest their potential.

Please click on this link to view the EACS 2020-2021 Re-Opening Plan where you will find important information, answers to FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions) that you may also have, and other pertinent material regarding this unprecedented school year.
Our office staff has now returned from summer break and although we cannot allow visitors inside the school at this time without an appointment, please visit the Staff Directory page for names and direct telephone extensions, or send a message to the Contact School page, if you need our assistance.  We will respond as soon as possible.

Our building construction/remodeling is nearly wrapped-up, and with the extra addition of EACS's new Career Center on our North side, things have been quite busy around here over summer break!  
We can hardly wait to get our kids back in here and show it all off!  Please visit the Career Center's web page to check them out!

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Graduation Ceremonies
Be sure to check in with your regular "Home School" to get all updated details on the upcoming Graduation Ceremonies being held at the Memorial Coliseum!
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Kent Goeglein
Goeglein Retirement
The closing of the 2019 - 2020 school year brought us the retirement of everyone's beloved teacher & friend, Mr. Kent Goeglein. We will miss hearing his every morning shout-out, "All Ashore That's Goin' Ashore!" as the first bell rang to signal kids to get to their classrooms, as well as his Wednesday morning doughnuts from the local bakery! Kent is certainly a favorite around here and we wish him nothing but the best! His successor, Mr. Sturgill, will be featured here soon so keep checking back to learn more about out newest instructor!
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