With spring in bloom, summer cannot be far away, and summer is always a busy time at Eaton Academy. Starting on June 6, we will be offering group classes, ISP sessions, the LEAP into Summer program, and various camps.Continue Reading
Head of School Interviewed on 680 The Fan
Head of School Brian Uitvlugt spoke on air with the hosts of the Chuck & Chernoff Show on The Fan radio stations yesterday. The popular local sports talk station is doing its part to help local businesses and schools reach new audiences during the COVID-19 situation. Mr. Uitvlugt talked about the excellent use Eaton’s teachers and families are making of Eaton’s online platforms, and he discussed Eaton’s progress in having all programs ready for both in person and online sessions starting this summer. Check out this blog post to listen to the interview.Continue Reading
Eaton Academy Summer Camp 2019!
Have you heard about Eaton Academy’s summer camp?
Students will participate in creative art projects and enjoy exciting field trips.
Eaton’s summer camp is open to the public!
One of our favorite places to go is Sky Zone! It has a multitude of fun activities for students such as the warped wall, foam zone, dodge ball, and more!Continue Reading
LEAP Into Summer
LEAP is proud to announce the launch of its “LEAP Into Summer” program which offers genuinely functional and experiential activities. The program will continue the job-site work experiences and feature a weekly theme and outing. Participants will learn to effectively use the Marta bus and train system to access field trip locations; they’ll be given […]Continue Reading
Dear Parents, Thanks so much for attending our Enrichment Party last night! It is always enjoyable to learn about the variety of student activities while spending an evening with other Eaton families. We had a great and tasty Cinco De Mayo celebration today. Many thanks to the generosity of London, Stephen, and Kimberly! Tomorrow, Mrs. […]Continue Reading
The Final Weeks in K-8
Dear Parents, What a week! Yesterday students participated in Poem in Your Pocket Day to celebrate April’s National Poetry Month. Students found published poems and were able to share them with classmates and teachers. Today, Mrs. Baldrich and Mr. Williams along with the 8th grade Pod students and their parents left for a weekend of fun in […]Continue Reading
High School Newsletter – April
Dear Parents of High School Students: My car is the color of a tennis ball, so that must mean that spring is here! Once spring break has passed, the remaining weeks seem to fly past. We’ll be watching our seniors graduate in no time! Most of our clubs have been wrapping up in the past […]Continue Reading