Ohio’s State Board of Education is pleased to send you the attached letter recognizing your school as a Momentum Award winner based on your 2016-2017 Ohio School Report Card. This award symbolizes the State Board’s commendation for the strong academic support you, your staff and your community have provided to students from every background and ability level. Watch for your Momentum Award certificate, which will be coming to your school soon.

Members of the State Board and Ohio Department of Education look forward to sharing information about your success with schools and communities throughout our state, hoping they will follow your model of excellence. The Ohio Department of Education soon will announce the names of all Momentum Award winners to the news media, so you may be hearing from your local media representatives.

Thank you for the work you do to help Ohio’s students succeed every day.



Tess Elshoff


State Board of Education


Eastlake Middle School is excited to announce that we will begin a new program at Eastlake Middle School under the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) framework. Through this program we hope to teach and reward students who show “RESPECT, RESPONSIBILITY and who are READY TO LEARN.”. 


The PBIS Program is a school-wide program that is designed to improve the overall academics and behavior of the school environment; therefore improving the success of all students. The purpose of the program is to promote positive success within the school environment and to reward students who do well both academically and behaviorally.  As a part of the program, when students demonstrate the target behaviors, they are to be rewarded with “Laker Bucks” for doing so (using the criteria below as a guide).  Students will have the opportunity to spend their “Laker Bucks” at the appropriate venue to purchase incentives. 


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Ready to Learn





-Treat others with respect

-Follow adult directions

-Arrive on time and be seated

-Clean up your area

-Talk quietly


-Transition to class quietly


Study Halls



-Treat others with respect

-Follow adult directions

-Bring materials

-Stay on task

-Remain quiet and stay

in assigned seat





-Keep hands, feet, and materials to self

-Walk to the right


-Use indoor voice and school appropriate language

-Maintain your locker

-Transition to class quietly





-Be polite to teachers and peers

-Honor personal space while cooperating with others

-Arrive on time and

be prepared


-Follow teacher directions

-Stay on task





- Keep hands, feet, and materials to self

-Follow dress code

-Use indoor voice and school appropriate language

-Store all electronic devices in lockers*

-On time and prepared

 It is our hope that we will all work together to ensure that the PBIS Program designed to reward students who are “RESPECTFUL, RESPONSIBLE and READY TO LEARN” is successful.  Parents/Guardians, please encourage your child(ren) to engage in positive behaviors and aim for success. 

Please Click the link above and complete the form if you would like to be part of our PBIS initiative. Thank you! 
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Child Find is an activity conducted by state and local education agencies to locate children ages' birth to 21 that have disabilities. The purpose of the program is to provide special education and related services that are needed. Disabilities may include developmental delays in communication skills, motor skills, or social emotional/behavior functioning. A student is considered disabled if they have one or more of the following conditions: autism, deaf-blindness, hearing impairment, brain injury, learning disabilities, emotional disturbance, or a speech or language impairment. If you know of any child who has or may have special needs, please contact Mrs. Eileen Bowers, Office of Pupil Services, Willoughby-Eastlake City School District at 440 975-3800. Once notified, the school district will contact the parent/guardian to find out if the child needs to be evaluated. The evaluation will be provided free of charge and if eligible, the child will receive appropriate special education and related services.
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School Info


Principal: Mike Chokshi
Assistant Principal:
Matt Sternberg
Main Office Phone 440-942-5696

Attendance Phone 440-283-4084

 Fax: 440-918-8973
35972 Lakeshore Blvd
Eastlake, OH 44095
School Hours 8:30AM - 3:10PM 
Upcoming Events
Spring Break - No School
Mon Mar 26 2018
to Mon Apr 2 2018
Classes Resume
Tue Apr 3 2018
Last day for students
Wed May 23 2018
Events Calendar
Quick Links
Changes made to Attendance Policy and Truancy due to House Bill 410
Resource Guide for Bully reporting and supports.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Click here to read the law.
IMPORTANT!!! Students who will be seventh graders this 2017/ 2018 school year must have these vaccinations before returning to school. Please return form by August 17, 2017.
Summer Maintenance
Over the course of the summer, much maintenance will happen in the building.
Click on the link below to see what these changes will be.
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