Educating the whole child and honoring the diversity of each individual from
Pre-elementary (age 3) through Grade 8.

The first day of school is approaching quickly. Here is important information to help you prepare for this important day. Check items off your list now, and then enjoy the rest of summer! 

Go Back-to-School Shopping

Pre-elementary

All Classes (please label everything with your child's name):

  • Backpack: Big enough to fit lunchbox, library book, and papers from school.
  • Lunchbox: Include Ice packs and thermos to "Keep hot foods hot, cold foods cold!"
  • Change of clothing (including underwear and socks) in a large Ziploc bag.

Additional Items for Mezzo 3:

  • Rain Boots
  • Coat with an Attached Hood
  • Small Blanket for Rest Time (baby blanket size)

Additional Item for Mezzo 4:

  • Crib Sheet or Small Blanket (approximately 25 x 50)

Lower Elementary

All of these items remain at school (please label everything with your child's name):

  • Extra Clothes
  • Art Shirt
  • Sketchbook (no bigger than 8x10 in)
  • Play Shoes (if they prefer fashion over function)

Upper Elementary (Grades 4-5) Supply List

Please label all supplies with your child's name.

  • Mechanical Pencils with 0.7 Lead (extra lead is suggested).
  • 1 Pencil Pouch (no boxes please)
  • Erasers (white Staedtler suggested)
  • Colored pencils (no sharpeners as they are provided)
  • 1 G or Larger (empty) Flash Drive
  • 1 Set of Earbuds (to be left at school and please label with name)
  • Black Ink Pens (please, no erasable ink pens)
  • 1" 3-D Ring Binder
  • 1 Five-Pack of Dividers
  • Black College Ruled Composition Notebook (MEAD preferred, and please only choose black)
  • 2 Different Colored Pocket Folders (please, no brad folders)
  • Geometry Set with Small Solid Protractor (no holes or sliders)
  • 2 or More Black Flair Pens
  • 1 Water Bottle (please label clearly with name)

Community Supplies (shared)

  • 3 packs of 3 x 5 lined index cards

2019-2019 Upper Elementary Supply List (pdf)

6th Grade Supply List

General:

  • 1 Package of Graph Notebook Paper
  • 1 Package of Lined Notebook Paper
  • 1 Pencil Box or Zippered Pouch
  • Pencils & Pens (black and red are needed)
  • 1 Set of Colored Pencils (Prismacolor Scholar are great)
  • 3 Highlighters (with each being a different color)
  • Post-It notes to tab literature books (can be small)
  • 1 Three-Ring 1 1/2 Inch Binder
  • 1 Set of 5 pocket Dividers

Subject Specific:

  • 3 spiral-bound GRAPH paper notebooks (non-spiral falls apart).
    • Possible source: Staples Accel Durable Poly Cover #579722 Graph Ruled Notebook, 1 Subject, 100 sheets, 1 Divider, 2 Pockets
  •  4 Wide-Ruled Composition Notebooks
  • 1 Three-Hole Spiral-Bound Ruled Notebook
  • 1 TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator (an online emulator can be used if preferred) OR 1 Scientific Calculator (similar to TI-30). Can be a graphing calc (TI-84 CE).
  • 1 Accordion Folder (7 Slots with closure)

Tech-Based

  • Earbuds or Light Headphones
  • USB drive (min 8 G) labeled with your child's name
  • Laptop (Minimum Specifications)
    • Windows
      • Operating System: Windows 10
      • Computer & Processor:  2 GHz or faster x86 64-bit and 4 GB RAM (64-bit)
      • Monitor Resolution: 1920 x 1080
      • Browser:  Current Version of Chrome, Firefox, MS Edge, Internet Explorer
      • Software: Please install and license Office 365 suite of applications (includes Word, PowerPoint, and Excel).
    • Apple
      • Operating System: OS X 10.11 or above
      • Computer & Processor: 2 GHz or faster Intel Chip and 4 GB RAM (64-bit)
      • Monitor Resolution: 1920 x 1080
      • Browser: Current Version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari
      • Software: Please install and license Office 365 suite of applications (includes Word, PowerPoint, and Excel).

ORCA Card

For use on field trips that use Metro/Sound Transit. A reduced fair student card can be ordered by mail with proof of age. More information on obtaining a card can be found on the Orca Card site.

View Sixth-Grade Supply List (pdf)

7th-8th Grade Supply List

Basic Supplies

  • Binder or Accordion Folder (to carry papers)
  • Package of Subject Dividers for Binder
  • Notebook Paper
  • Pencil Box or Zippered Pouch
  • Pencils
  • Pens (black and red are needed)
  • Colored Pencils (Prismacolor Scholar are great)
  • Three Different Colored Highlighters
  • Post-It Notes (to tab literature books  and can be small)
  • Binder for 8th Grade Project/7th Grade History Fair

Subject Specific:

  • Math and Science: Two Spiral-Bound Graph Paper Notebook (non-spiral notebooks fall apart)
  • 2 Wide-Ruled Composition Notebooks
  • 2 Three-Hole Spiral-Bound Ruled Notebook (one for social studies)
  • TI-84 Plus CE Graphing Calculator (an online emulator can be used if preferred)

Technology Supplies

  • Earbuds or Light Headphones 
  • 8G USB Drive (marked with your child’s name)
  • Laptop (Minimum Specifications)
    • Windows
      • Operating System: Windows 10
      • Computer & Processor:  2 GHz or faster x86 64-bit and 4 GB RAM (64-bit)
      • Monitor Resolution: 1920 x 1080
      • Browser:  Current Version of Chrome, Firefox, MS Edge, Internet Explorer
      • Software: Please install and license Office 365 suite of applications (includes Word, PowerPoint, and Excel).
    • Apple
      • Operating System: OS X 10.11 or above
      • Computer & Processor: 2 GHz or faster Intel Chip and 4 GB RAM (64-bit)
      • Monitor Resolution: 1920 x 1080
      • Browser: Current Version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari
      • Software: Please install and license Office 365 suite of applications (includes Word, PowerPoint, and Excel).

Student ORCA Card (All 7-8 Students)

You can order the reduced fair student card by mail with proof of age for field trips taken via King County Metro/Sound Transit. Use the following link and scroll down to reduced fares: https://orcacard.com/ERG-Seattle/getACard.do?m=2

Download Grade 7-8 Supply List for Printing (pdf)

Eton School Clothing and Merchandise

Although the banner below says "School Uniform," please rest assured that Eton School does not have a school uniform. What we do have is Eton School Logo clothing and merchandise.

By partnering with Lands' End, we are able to offer a greater variety of merchandise, styles, and sizes. Clothing sizes range from Toddler to Adult with colors ranging from green with a white logo, to white with a green logo and pewter heather with a green logo.

Use the Lands' End button below to visit our store on their site and show school spirit with Eton School items and clothing.

 

 

Back-to-School Forms & Information

Emergency Consent Form due 8/15/2019

For All Students

2019-2020 Emergency Consent Form (fillable pdf)
 

Due: Monday, August 15, 2019

  1. Download the pdf, and open with Adobe Acrobat Reader.
  2. Complete the requested information, and save it to your computer.
  3. Open your email, attach the saved completed form and email it to registrar@etonschool.org.

 

Immunization/Exemption due 8/15/2019

Returning Students
Please notify Eton School's Registrar of any immunization updates.

New Students
Please download, complete and submit one of the following to our Main Office or email to registrar@etonschool.org:
 

Certificate of Immunization Status Form *(pdf)

OR

Certificate of Exemption Form (pdf)

View the schedule of required immunizations from the Washington State Department of Health:

*If you do not have your student’s Immunization information on hand, you can sign up for MyIR through Option 1 on the Washington State Department of Health's Access Your Families Immunization Information page. Once you have an account, you can view your child’s vaccination history and forecasted schedule by clicking the "Show Me My Immunization Records" button. You can also print your child's Certificate of Immunization by clicking the "Certificate of Immunization" button.

Health and Medical Forms (Individual Students)

The following forms must be on file when it applies to the student's health:

Anaphylaxis Action Plan (fillable pdf)

Medication at School Letter and Physician's/Health Care Provider's Order (fillable pdf)

Asthma/Allergy Action Card (fillable pdf)

Also, any child with life-threatening conditions is required to have an Individual Health Plan (fillable pdf) on file with the school. A life-threatening condition is defined as “a health condition that will put the child in danger of death during the school day if a medication or treatment order and a nursing plan are not in place.”

A licensed Health Care Provider must complete the above forms. The Health Care Provider may choose to use his/her forms or one of our above forms provided by you. Please allow at least five days for the Health Care Provider to complete the forms.

Email completed forms to registrar@etonschool.org.

Enter/Update Your Information due 8/15/2019

Parents/Guardians must update the following information via inResonance Online (requires login):

  • Household Information
    • Home Address
    • Home Phone (If none, leave blank)
  • Parent A Contact Information:
    • Name (if misspelled or incorrect)
    • Cell Phone
    • Email
    • Work Information (optional)
  • Parent B Contact Information (Person living in the same household. If none, please leave blank.):
    • Name (if misspelled or incorrect)
    • Cell Phone
    • Email
    • Work Information (optional)
  • Emergency (Parents are always the first ones contacted. If parents cannot be reached, then the school uses the contact provided.)
  • Pick Up (List others who you authorize to pick up your child.)

ACH Form

Eton School uses an ACH form for payment of Clubhouse (childcare) charges. If you plan to use Clubhouse (before/after school or on days school is closed) and do not have this form on file, please complete it and submit to our Main Office with a voided check.

Eton School ACH Form (pdf)

 

Parent/Guardian Handbook

The Parent/Guardian Handbook is your reference guide to Eton School. The Handbook is updated each year providing you current information from policies and procedures to classroom information and who to contact when you have a question. 

All parents are required to read the handbook, and to sign and submit Parent/Guardian Handbook Acknowledgement Form.

Both of these items are available on the Parent Portal page under the Parent/Guardian Handbook panel (login required).

Technology RUP (All New Students & Returning Students in 1st, 4th & 6th Grade)


 

General Information

Website Login

At Eton School, you as the parent/guardian are an active participant in your child's education. Our website plays a vital role in providing and sharing information with you during your child's academic journey.

For privacy and security reasons, a portion of our website is restricted to parents/guardians of enrolled students, and login is required. For new families, login becomes available in Mid-July with notification via email.

Here are the steps to set up your account after Mid-July if you are new to our website and also for current parents who cannot remember their password:

  1. Click "Portal Login" in the top right corner of any page.

  2. On the login page, click "Forgot Username or Password."

  3. Enter your email in the new window and click submit.

  4. Check your email for a message and directions to set your password. Please check your junk/spam/clutter folder if it does not arrive within 5 minutes.

  5. Follow the directions in the email to create a new password.

  6. Use your newly created password along with your username (firstname.lastname) to log in. 

When you see "Welcome" and your name, you are logged in to the Parent Portal. Congratulations!

If you have any questions or problems, please contact our Director of Communications and Marketing, Alice McNeer at communications@etonschool.org or (425) 881-4230 ext. 131.

School Hours with Arrival and Dismissal

Office (Main Building) Hours

8:00 am – 4:30 pm (M–F when school is open)

Arrival (Drop Off)

Pre-elementary (Mezzo): 8:45 a.m.–9:05 a.m.

Lower Elementary (Main): 8:25 a.m.–8:45 a.m.

Upper Elementary (Casa): 8:10 a.m.–8:25 a.m.

Middle School (Mezzo or Veladare): 8:10 a.m.–8:25 a.m.

Class Hours

Pre-elementary (Mezzo): 9:00 a.m.–2:50 p.m.                   

Lower Elementary (Main): 8:40 a.m.–3:15 p.m.

Upper Elementary (Casa): 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.

Middle School (Veladare): 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.

Dismissal (Pick Up)*

2:50 p.m. Pre-elementary at Mezzo  

3:05 p.m. Carpool for Pre-elementary and Lower Elementary at Main

3:15 p.m. Lower Elementary at Main

3:25 p.m. Middle School at Veladare

3:30 p.m. Upper Elementary and Middle School at Mezzo

3:40 p.m. Carpool for All Levels at Main

*Students remaining 10 minutes beyond their dismissal time are signed into the appropriate childcare site. Please note the exception for students dismissed at Veladare, who have an earlier dismissal time and therefore are not clocked into Clubhouse until 15 minutes after their dismissal time.

 

Arrival and Dismissal: General Information

  • School Speed Limit: 5 mph at all times
  • Cell phone/digital device use is permitted only when the vehicle is parked.
  • For drop off/pick up other than the arrival/dismissal line, cars must be parked in a stall.

Traffic Flow and Procedure

During morning arrival and afternoon dismissal, both the Main Building and the Casa/Mezzo Building parking lots become one way to ease congestion and time. Parents/Guardians must remain in their car when in line.

Upper Elementary Arrival at Casa Building: Enter the driveway by the the school sign and drop off students at the main entrance of the building. Students enter the classrooms through the main hallway door.

Middle School Arrival at Veladare: Drop off students right outside of the Veladare classroom doors.

Mezzo Building Arrival (Pre-elementary) and Dismissal (Pre-elementary, Upper Elementary and Middle School)

  • Enter the driveway by the Casa Building (at the school sign).
  • Continue staying to the right as you pass in front of both Casa and Mezzo.
  • Make a sharp right turn into the back parking lot while keeping the double yellow line on your left.
  • Proceed to the Mezzo main entrance on the right (green door).
  • Pre-elementary Only: Sign your child into/out of school while your child is helped out of/into the car.
  • Drive forward to make a U-turn and follow the directional arrows to exit the back parking lot.
  • Exit at the driveway by the Mezzo Building (nearest to the Main Building).
    Map of Eton School's Mezzo Building with arrows showing the traffic pattern.

Main Building Arrival (Lower Elementary) and Dismissal (Lower Elementary and Carpools)

  • Enter the driveway by the fence (nearest to the playground).
  • Arrival is a single lane with the first car’s front bumper near the wood fence with the metal fir cone. The second car stops by the foyer. Staff members will open your Vehicle door.
  • Dismissal is two lanes with the first two cars stopping at the orange cones nearest the exits. Staff members will help your child get into your vehicle.
  • Exit at the main driveway (nearest to the front doors).
    A map of Eton School's Main Building that shows the traffic pattern for arrival and dismissal.

  

Parking at Eton School

General Information 

  • The School speed limit is 5 mph at all times. 
  • Cell phone/digital device use is permitted only when the vehicle is parked. 
  • For drop off/pick up other than the arrival/dismissal line, cars must be parked in a stall. 

Traffic Flow and Procedure 

During morning arrival and afternoon dismissal, both the Main Building and the Casa/Mezzo Building traffic is one way. 

Mezzo and Casa Buildings from 8:25 am to 9:15 am and 2:30 pm to 3:45 pm 

  • Enter the driveway by the Eton School sign. 
  • Exit at the driveway by the Mezzo Building (nearest to the Main Building) 

Main Building from 8:00 am to 8:50 am and 2:45 pm to 3:55 pm 

  • Enter the driveway by the fence (nearest to the playground). 
  • Exit at the main driveway (nearest to the front doors). 

General Parking 

Main Building 

  • Stalls in the parking lot located in front of the building with overflow parking available in the Mezzo Building parking lot. 
  • Keep Bellevue-Redmond Road and the Loading Only zone on the driveway clear at all times. 

Mezzo and Casa Building 

  • Stalls in front of and on the side of the Mezzo  and Casa Building. 
  • Marked spaces in front of the Casa Building must remain clear from Monday through Thursday.
First page of the PDF file: EtonSchoolWeekdayParking_1
First page of the PDF file: EtonSchoolEvening_WeekendEventParking

Lunch Options

Your child will eat lunch in the classrooms between 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. on a regular school day. Your child's teacher will share the exact time with you when school starts in the fall. You can pack a lunch for your child or purchase a hot lunch from our hot lunch vendor. Please note that on early dismissal days and school closed days, students attending Clubhouse or Clubhouse Camp must bring a lunch from home.

Lunch from Home

When packing lunch for your child, the meals provided must meet the nutritional requirements as recommended by the Washington State Department of Children, Youth, and Families (WAC 110-300-0190):

  • A dairy product such as milk, cottage cheese, yogurt, cheese;
  • A serving of meat or a meat alternative such as beef, fish, poultry, legumes, tofu, or beans;
  • A grain product such as bread, cereal, bagel, or rice cake;
  • Fruits or vegetables as in 2 fruits or 2 vegetables or one fruit and 1 vegetable to equal the total portion size required;
  • For a drink to qualify as a serving of fruit or vegetable, it must be one hundred percent fruit or vegetable juice;
  • And a liquid to drink (water or one of the required components such as milk, fruit or vegetable juice).

Please note that milk and perishables must be in insulated containers with an ice pack. Additionally, please pack the eating utensils needed by your child to eat the meal.

Optional Hot Lunch

Amazing Lunches offers an optional hot lunch program for Eton StudentsAll lunches are prepared fresh daily using fresh ingredients, and bread is freshly made in-house.  Food is cooked fresh at their commercial kitchen, kept warm, and delivered immediately to the school to serve family style. A vegetarian option is available each day.

Cost

  • $5.50 plus tax: P3-K
  • $6.50 plus tax: 1st-3rd
  • $7.50 plus tax: 4th-8th

Setting Up Account

  1. Go to: https://amazinglunches.boonli.com
  2. Click on Create an Account
  3. Enter Eton School’s password of ES1.
  4. On the Account Registration Form Eton School:
    1. Complete the information.
    2. Check the box next to “I will be ordering for other people."
    3. Click submit.
  5. When the account set up is complete, “CREATE USER PROFILES” opens. Do the following:
    1. Enter your child’s name.
    2. Select your child’s classroom/teacher/building from the location drop-down list.
    3. Click “ADD PROFILE” button.
    4. When the “User profile has been added!” message pops up, click the “OK” button or click the X in the upper left corner.
    5. When the “Create User Profiles” appears again, create additional profiles if you have more than one child at Eton School. When all profiles are created, click the “I’M DONE” button.

Ordering

All orders must be completed by 8:00 a.m. on the day lunch is needed. If you miss the order deadline or need to make a change the morning of, please text 206-289-0655 with your school name, teacher name, grade, student name, and type of meal (vegetarian or regular).Note: Hot lunch is not available on early dismissal nor when School is closed. Students attending Clubhouse/Clubhouse Camp must bring lunch from home. To order lunch:

  1. Go to: https://amazinglunches.boonli.com
  2. Log in using the user name and password created for the account.
  3. Use the arrows to go the desired month and click the Lunch button.
  4. Follow the direction on the screen to order.
  5. To view your order or check out at any time, click on the shopping cart in the right top corner.

Questions or Problems?

September 2019 Menu

September 2019 Hot Lunch Ingredient List

Clubhouse (Childcare)

To assist families, Eton offers childcare both before and after school as well as on specific holidays and school breaks. Students who are attending Clubhouse must be signed in and out by a parent or authorized adult. 

The use of Clubhouse on a regular or early dismissal day does not require registration. It is open and available to all students. For days when Eton School is closed (holidays, scheduled breaks, and professional development days), registration for Clubhouse is required to assist in the planning of activities and snacks.

Morning Clubhouse Opens at 7:30 a.m. and closes at the start of arrival at the following locations:

  • P3-K in the Mezzo Building
  • Grades 1-8 in the Main Building. At 8:10 a.m., Upper Elementary, and Middle School students walk to their buildings.

Afternoon Clubhouse opens at dismissal and closes at 6:00 p.m. at the following locations:

  • P3 and P4 in the Mezzo Building
  • Grades K-8 in the Main Building

On days when school is closed, Clubhouse and Clubhouse Camp is open from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. with online registration required. Students may attend part or all day. Locations are as follows:

  • P3 and P4 Clubhouse Camp in the Casa Building
  • Grades K–8 Clubhouse in the Main Building

2019-2020 Clubhouse/Clubhouse Camp and Summer Program Rates

Before and After School for a Standard School Day:

  • $12.00 per hour per student with $550 maximum per student per month. 
  • $2.00 per minute per student for any student remaining beyond 6:00 p.m.

Early Dismissal, School Closed Days, Mid-Winter Break, and Spring Break:

  • $12.00 per hour per student with no maximum
  • $2.00 per minute per student for any student remaining beyond 6:00 p.m.

Complimentary Clubhouse

Clubhouse (childcare) is complimentary to families with multiple children across grade levels during arrival and dismissal times according to the following guidelines.

Before-School Clubhouse

  • Childcare is complimentary for siblings at a younger level starting from the oldest sibling’s arrival time until the starting time for the younger child.
  • For example, a family with a child in Upper Elementary and a child in Pre-elementary may drop off the older child at Upper Elementary arrival time of 8:10 a.m. and then sign the younger one in for Mezzo Clubhouse. The time between sign in for the younger sibling and 8:45 a.m. is complimentary.
  • If two or more families are carpooling in the morning and have multiple children across levels, they may also receive complimentary childcare for the younger ones between arrival times if they set it up with Eton School’s Auxiliary Program Coordinator ahead of time.

After-School Clubhouse

  • Childcare is complimentary for siblings at a younger level starting from their dismissal time until the dismissal time for the oldest sibling, provided the sibling is at school that day. If the older sibling is absent, the younger sibling must be picked up at regular dismissal time. If the younger sibling goes to Clubhouse, then regular charges incur.
  • For example, a family with a Pre-elementary student and a Middle School student receive complimentary Clubhouse for the Pre-elementary child from dismissal to Middle School’s dismissal time provided the older sibling is at school that day.
  • If two or more families are carpooling in the afternoon and have multiple children across grade levels, they may also receive complimentary childcare for the younger students between dismissal time if they set it up with Eton School’s Auxiliary Program Coordinator ahead of time.

After-School Classes

Although the class day ends, opportunities for students to enrich their learning continue. Eton makes its facility available to a variety of outside vendors/instructors for after-school enrichment classes (all grades) and clubs (grades 4-8).

After-School Class registration is online with a lottery system for P3-K classes and a first come, first served basis for K-8 classes. Although not required, we recommend parents log in to eliminate the steps of having to enter their name and e-mail on the form. When the class is full (via lottery or regular registration), a waiting list is created.

2019-2020 Schedule

  •  Fall Classes
    • Friday, September 6: Program Guide Goes Home with Students
    • Monday, September 9: Registration Opens Online at 7:00 a.m. for K-8 Classes
    • Due to the high demand for After-School Classes for P3 through Kindergarten, we are moving to an After-School Class Lottery Registration system as follows:
      • Class Lottery Registration opens on Monday, September 9, 2019, at 7:00 a.m.
      • Class Lottery Registration closes on Wednesday, September 11, 2019, at 7:00 a.m.
      • After completing the class lottery registration, a confirmation email is sent to the person registering the student. If it does not arrive, please check junk mail/clutter folders.
      • Each Class Lottery Registration is assigned a number, and a drawing is conducted using a random sequence generator.
      • The lottery for each class is held on Wednesday, September 11, 2019. An email is sent to everyone who registered for a class with notification of a place in the class or placement on the class waitlist.
      • For those placed in a class, the email has a link to an invoice with online payment options. Payment must be received by 12:00 p.m. on Friday, September 13, 2019.
      • Any open spots after the September 13 deadline are offered to those on the waitlist in the order of their placement through an online invoice. Payment must be made by 12:00 pm on Monday, September 16, 2019.
      • A payment confirmation email is sent upon completion of paying the online invoice.
      • If a class is not full by September 16, registration including payment will open on a first come-first served basis.
    • Monday, September 23: Classes Begin
    • Friday, September 27: Registration Closes at 11:30 p.m.
    • No Classes:
      • Thursday, October 17 through Friday, October 18 (Parent Conference Days)
      • Monday, November 11 (Veterans Day)
      • Wednesday, November 27 through Friday, November 29 (Thanksgiving Break)
    • Monday, December 9 through Friday, December 13: Last Week of Classes
       
  • Winter Classes
    • Friday, November 22: Program Guide Goes Home with Students
    • Monday, December 2: Registration Opens Online at 7:00 a.m. for K-8 Classes
    • Monday, December 2: Class Lottery Registration Open Online at 7:00 a.m. for P3-K Classes
    • Wednesday, December 4: Class Lottery Registration Closes at 7:00 a.m. and the lottery for each class is held with notifications sent to parents/guardians.
    • Friday, December 6: Payments for classes by those who were chosen through the class lottery are due by 12:00 p.m.
    • Monday, December 9: Registration opens online on a first come, first served basis for unfilled P3-K classes.
    • Monday, January 6: Classes Begin
    • Friday, January 10: Registration Closes at 11:30 p.m.
    • No Classes:
      • Friday, January 17 (Early Dismissal)
      • Monday, January 20 (Martin Luther King Jr. Day)
      • Thursday, February 13 and Friday, February 14 (Parent Conferences)
      • Monday, February 17 through Friday, February 21 (Midwinter Break)
      • Friday, March 27 (School Closed for In-service)
    •  Monday, March 23 through Thursday, March 6: Last Week of Classes
       
  • Spring Classes
    • Friday, March 20: Program Guide Goes Home with Students
    • Monday, March 23: Registration Opens Online at 7:00 a.m. for K-8 Classes
    • Monday, March 23: Class Lottery Registration Open Online at 7:00 a.m. for P3-K Classes
    • Wednesday, March 25: Class Lottery Registration Closes at 7:00 a.m. and the lottery for each class is held with notifications sent to parents/guardians.
    • Friday, March 27: Payments for classes by those who were chosen through the class lottery are due by 12:00 p.m.
    • Monday, March 30: Registration opens online on a first come, first served basis for unfilled P3-K classes.
    • Monday, April 13: Classes Begin
    • Friday, April 17: Registration Closes at 11:30 p.m.
    • No Classes:
      • Friday, May 1 (Eton Community Celebration)
      • Friday, May 22 (Early Dismissal)
      • Monday, May 25 (Memorial Day)
    • Monday, June 1 through Friday, June 5: Last Week of Classes

Volunteering

We are fortunate to have a rich resource of talent and dedication within our community. Tapping into this resource is essential to a wide range of school activities and events.

There are numerous opportunities throughout the year to help in the classroom and volunteer to organize, support, and staff school functions, such as the Cultural Fair (9/21), Family Game Night (11/8), and Eton Community Celebration (5/1).  

Please check with your child's teacher regarding volunteering in the classroom.

For school events, please check the Community Connection (our weekly e-newsletter) and EPC News (a monthly e-news), for a link to the volunteer form.

Who to Contact for Help

Knowing who to ask is the first step in finding the answer for a question or need. Each panel below addresses a specific subject. Click on the one of interest to reveal the name(s), contact information and photo(s) to help you connect and find your answer.

General Questions

Laurren Chase

Receptionist and Admission Assistant

School Forms, Records, and Health

Jackie Rauch

Registrar

Tuition and Accounts

Tuition, Balance, Payment, and Billing Inquiries

Cindy Mattix

Financial Services Administrator

ACH Forms and Payments

Susie Walden

Sr. Accountant and HR Specialist

Website, Logins, and Communications

Alice McNeer

Director of Communications and Marketing

Academics, Curriculum, and Montessori

Kris Gaskins

Assistant Head of School

Admission and Enrollment

Sonja Everson

Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management

Parent Involvement (EPC) and Giving

Monica Maling

Director of Development

Summer Program and Clubhouse

Sharon Gonzalez

Auxiliary Program Coordinator
School: ext. 133

 

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