East Irondequoit Community Calendar
East Irondequoit Central School District Community Calendar
East Irondequoit Superintendent Susan Allen has been named 2016 New York State School Superintendent of the Year!
NOTICE: All East Irondequoit School District buildings will be closed at 6 pm, on Wednesday evenings during the 2016-2017 school year.
Please Note that ALL East Irondequoit Board of Education Meetings are now on Tuesdays at 7 pm, unless noted.
For schedule go to http://www.eastiron.org/documents/district/boe/BOEmeetingdates.pdf
Please support the Eastridge All Sports Booster Club
Membership is $5
You can obtain a membership through the Athletic Office at Eastridge.
Please make checks payable to EI ASBC.
If you have any questions, or want to find out more about our All Sports Booster Club, please call the Athletic Department at (585) 339-1490.
Lancer Commemorative Tile Wall Project
Stop by the Eastridge High School Stadium to
view the first phase of the Commemorative Tile Wall.
Tiles are still available on a first come, first served basis
for the next installation.
Parents, Friends, Alumni...
This is an opportunity to engrave your name or your message on the Lancer Commemorative Court Wall.
By purchasing a tile,
you not only ensure that your name or the name of a loved one remains on campus forever,
you will also be supporting the educational needs of future generations of students.
Engraved Ceramic Tiles come in these sizes:
6" x 8" size Up to 3 lines of type at $75
8" x 8" size Up to 6 lines of type at $150
Registration forms are available at schools, at the Helen McGraw Library and online, http://www.eastiron.org/documents/district/alumni/2013TileForm.pdf,
For more information on ordering a commemorative tile, please contact Cathy_Andersen@eastiron.monroe.edu, or 339-1200.
Please note: Unauthorized vehicles left
in East Irondequoit school parking lots
overnight and/or during snow emergencies
will be towed at the owner's expense.
For further information contact district security
TIES (Together Including Every Student)
Do you have a child with special needs (grade 3 and up) who would like to participate in extra-curricular or community activities?
TIES (Together Including Every Student) is a program which promotes the participation of children/young adults with disabilities in extracurricular and community activities by providing effective support. This support is provided by trained student volunteers in grades 8-12 in the East Irondequoit Central School District.
Through this training, students learn valuable information about the importance of belonging, disability awareness, friendship building, and effective support strategies. Participants are paired with volunteers based on similar interests and desired abilities. The volunteer attends the activity with the participant and provides support with physical, social and/or language needs.
Participants and volunteers join a wide variety of activities, such as trips through Irondequoit Parks and Recreation, arts and crafts classes, sports programs, swimming, after-school activities, etc.
If you are interested in your child participating or have questions about TIES, please contact Lesley Powers, Lesley_Powers@eastiron.monroe.edu
East Irondequoit Parent-Teacher Associations
enrich our children's school lives by sponsoring
special musical, cultural, reading and other enrichment
events. All East Irondequoit PTAs are sponsoring membership
drives this fall. Join your school PTA -- support
these efforts for your children and for all children.
Parents of East Irondequoit preschool-age children are urged to register children with the preschool census.
This applies to all students, including those who plan to attend private or parochial schools.
East Irondequoit transports all students who live within 15 miles of the private or parochial schools they attend.
For more information, contact the district office at 339-1251 or 339-1213.
NOTICE: Nominating packets for open seats on the East Irondequoit Board of Education are available from the District Clerk, in the Administrative Offices, 600 Pardee Road, weekdays, from 8 am to 4 pm.
Deadline to return nominating forms is April 16, 2018. Questions? 339-1210.
EHS Band Festival/Trip to Chicago
IG Open House/Spring Into Summer Info
Thursday, April 26
EIMS National Jr. Honor Society Induction Ceremony
Thursday, April 26
EIMS Grade 5 Parent Night
Monday, April 30
For LP and DE Students
155 Densmore Road
Irondequoit Summer Playground Camps
for children entering grades 1-8
The Irondequoit Bureau of Recreation offers several summer camps that are open to Irondequooit Youths.
To register, or for more information go to
Registration begins on April 3 for residents and May 3 for non-residents
Art Spotlight - Stop by Eastridge High School to enjoy
the artwork of select students in grades K-12 highlighted at a
Reception from 3-6:30 pm on Monday, May 14
and display throughout the day on Tuesday, May 15
in the Eastridge High School 9th Grade Gym
Eastridge PTSA and the East Irondequoit Middle School PTA are sponsoring Candidates Night on Monday, April 30 at 7 pm in the Durand Eastman School Auditorium. The following candidates are running for the school board and will introduce themselves and answer questions. Dave Yates will moderate the event which will be taped for broadcast on the local access channel. Anyone wishing to forward questions for the board members can send them to the District Clerk at email@example.com . Question cards will be also be provided at the event.
Board of Education Candidates
1. Stephen Aldersley
2. Idris Smith
3. Patricia Storm
4. Doreen Swan
5. Kimberly Kane
6. Carol Watt
2018 Sunday Night Youth Football
Registration for the Eastridge Lancers Youth Flag Footbal League
entering Grades 4-6 is open.
3 Sundays, July 15, 22, 29 from 6-7:30 pm
Eastridge High School Stadium field
Cost: $25, includes t-shirt
To register or for more information, http://www.eastiron.org/documents/athletics/SundayNightYouthFootball.pdf
Summer (Free) Food Program
The East Irondequoit School Nutrition Program is participating in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Summer Food Services Program, which provides free meals to students during the summer.. All kids in the community, 18 years and younger, can participate; you need not be an East Irondequoit resident
There are no income requirements and no registration is necessary, but meals must be eaten on site.
Parents and guardians can also purchase a meal. Breakfast is $2.50 and Lunch is $4.10.
This program is fully funded by the USDA, so there is NO COST TO THE DISTRICT OR TAXPAYERS.
For more information, http://www.eastiron.org/documents/district/foodservices/2pagesummerfoodprogramflyer.pdf
SAVE THE DATE for the
Eastridge Class of 1988
August 3, 2018
For more info go to
Facebook page: Eastridge Senior High Class of 1988
East Irondequoit PTA/PTSA Meetings:
Meetings begin at 7 pm unless otherwise noted
ALL PARENTS INVITED
April 2018 PTA/PTSA Meetings:
East Irondequoit Middle School
Thursday, April 12
155 Densmore Road
Ivan Green Primary School PTA Meeting
Monday, April 16
800 Brown Road
Durand-Eastman Intermediate School PTA Meeting
Tuesday, April 24
95 Point Pleasant Road
Helendale Road Primary School PTA Meeting
7 pmMonday, April 16
220 Helendale Road
Laurelton-Pardee Intermediate School PTA Meeting
Tuesday, April 17
600 Pardee Road
Eastridge High School PTSA Meeting
No April Meeting