Student Life

To provide students with increased social and academic opportunities and to help them gain important life skills, Eastern Tech offers numerous extracurricular options. From these options, students can choose to participate on athletic teams, to join career-related organizations, to pursue membership in various Honor societies, and to engage in arts, STEM, and civic organizations. No matter what they choose, students will develop and strengthen traits that will make them successful in the future. 

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YEARBOOKS!

FOR GRADES 9, 10, 11:

This is a reminder that yearbooks are now on sale. The cost is $70 payable by cash or check made out to Eastern Tech. Students may purchase yearbooks before or after school in room 121 or by going online to www.yearbooksonsale.com. You must preorder a yearbook by March 1 to receive one. Last year we did sell out. Purchase your copy today because the price goes up to $75 on October 1. Students should see Ms. Talbott in room 121 if they have questions.

FOR GRADE 12:

This is an important message regarding senior portrait make-ups and yearbook information. Yearbooks are now on sale. The cost is $70 payable by cash or check made out to Eastern Tech. Students may purchase yearbooks before or after school in room 121 or by going online to www.yearbooksonsale.com. You must preorder a yearbook by March 1 to receive one. Last year we did sell out. Purchase your copy today because the price goes up to $75 on October 1.

This is also a reminder that the deadline for purchasing a senior memory for the back of the yearbook is Monday, October 24. All photos, messages, and payment must be received by that date.

Regarding senior portraits, if your child still needs to have his or her picture taken, Lifetouch will be here at ET one final time on Friday, October 14, and Tuesday, October 18 after school. You should receive a postcard from Lifetouch in the mail with your child’s appointment date and time. Students will also receive an appointment notification from their homeroom teachers. No matter which photographer or portrait studio you choose to use, your child should be photographed no later than November 4 to ensure that they will make the picture submission deadline of December 2.

For any questions regarding yearbooks, senior memories, or senior portraits, students should see Ms. Talbott in room 121. She can also be reached by email atrtalbott@bcps.org

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Welcome to the 
Class of 2020!!

WE ARE TECH!!

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Important Reminders about Traffic Safety
for Students and Parents

traffic jam

Officer Comegna has provided our students and parents the plan for keeping us safe at the beginning and end of the day. He has provided parking lot and road diagrams and directions on how to read these. We’ve become increasingly concerned about the safety of our students and staff and parents in the morning and afternoon. You will see our increased presence at these times.  We will be talking with students and parents about the ETHS traffic patterns, distributed Officer Comegna’s guidelines. We expect all in our ETHS community to respect Officer Comegna and our plans for moving safely to and from school. 

Traffic Hazards in Front of Eastern Technical High School

Afternoon Dismissal Diagram

Written Afternoon Procedures

Written Morning Procedures

Morning Arrival Diagram
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Transportation 2016-2017

ET BusStops 16-17

Load Stations 2016-2017

Should you have any questions, please leave a message for Officer Comegna (traffic) or Dr. Bowes (transportation)
410-887-0190 and they will return your call.

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  •  Join the Eastern Tech Transportation Alert! Eastern Tech is using Remind.com to inform our community when there are issues related to transportation. In order to receive text messages from ET related to transportation, just subscribe to our Remind.com alert! See the flyer for more information and the details! 

  • The 2015-2016 school year is the second year students in grades 3-8 and high school will take the PARCC assessments in English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics.

    PARCC helps teachers and parents determine if younger students are acquiring skills and knowledge needed to advance to the next grade level while older students can see if they are on track to graduate, ready for college and careers. Check out this guide to the PARCC scoring report.

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    Baltimore County Schools will continue using the One-Card identification system for all students, teachers and staff in accordance with Superintendent's Rule 3710: Identification Badges. All students are issued a One-Card, a card case holder, and a safety lanyard. High school students are responsible for wearing their cards on a daily basis and taking them home at the end of each day. If a student loses or misplaces his or her One-Card, a permanent replacement card will be issued for a fee of $5. See the
    letter for more details!

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    ET PTSA Newsletter September 2016.pdf

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