EAWR Launches Low Cost Internet Program For Families

East Alton-Wood River High School District 14 is pleased to announce a new partnership program with Sprint that can provide at home Internet Service for families.  Click here to read more.

  • From The Athletic Dept.
  • Haley Shewmake Signs with Wabash College Congrats to Haley Shewmake who, last week signed with Wabash College to play college softball! Haley, an infielder, is a four-year starter on the Oiler Softball squad. She will join fellow senior Carly Campbell in Mt. Carmel, Illinois to continue their studies and their softball careers. Here's a story in Riverbender.com ...
    Posted Feb 13, 2017, 6:53 AM by John Pearson
  • Oilers Advance Three to State Wrestling! Congrats to Drew Sobol (106) and Zac Blasioli (132) for winning the Vandalia Sectional crown on Saturday (2/11/17) and advancing to the Assembly Hall (State Farm Center) next weekend for the IHSA State Wrestling Finals! Congrats also to Jon Wright (285) for also qualifying for the IHSA State Finals! Congrats to Coach Sobol and Asst. Coach Huebner, as well. Go Oiler Wrestling!   
    Posted Feb 13, 2017, 6:43 AM by John Pearson
  • Carly Campbell Signs with Wabash! EAWR Senior, Carly Campbell, signed a national letter of intent to continue her education and play softball at Wabash Valley Community College in Mt. Carmel, Illinois. On hand to witness the signing were fellow students; her parents, Dave & Sarah Campbell (and brother Luke); her "Black Widows" AAU coaches; Head EAWR Coach Dana Emerick and Asst. Coach Mike Beachum; WVCC Head Coach Paul Schnarre; and several administrators and teachers. AD Kevin Gockel emceed the event. Congrats, Carly!  
    Posted Nov 18, 2016, 9:44 AM by John Pearson
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East Alton-Wood River H.S.

  • What's new at EAWR!
  • County School Facilities Sales Tax Information Dear EAWR Parents and Community Members:In just a couple of weeks (Tuesday, April 4, 2017), the voters of Madison County will be asked to approve a proposal to provide funding to all county school districts through a 1% sales tax increase. The revenue from this sales tax can only be used to build or renovate school facilities or to make payments on existing bond debt. By Illinois law, this sales tax revenue cannot be used to pay  salaries, benefits, supplies or other operating expenses.  The Board has plans to use the sales tax revenue to renovate various areas of the high school campus, which would be cost-prohibitive without this revenue and to provide some property tax relief to ...
    Posted Mar 21, 2017, 2:42 PM by John Pearson
  • Reminder: School in Session: Thursday, April 13, 2017 As you may recall, the Thursday (April 13, 2017) before Easter (Maundy Thursday or Holy Thursday to some) was designated as a "buy-back" day in case there was a snow day used. Parents and students were notified last fall not to plan anything concrete, since that day would likely be used as student attendance day, in order to shorten the school calendar. Therefore, Thursday, April 13, 2017, will be a full attendance day.There will be no school - as always planned - on Good Friday (April 14), and the Monday following Easter (April 17). That has NOT changed. In other words, a 4-day Easter weekend.
    Posted Mar 9, 2017, 7:48 AM by John Pearson
  • Full School Day on March 31 Due to a change in the calendar, the "School Improvement Half-Day" (where students attend in the morning, and then are dismissed at 11:15) is switched from Friday, March 31 to Friday, April 28, 2017. Although the school's Google Calendar (found via this Website) had this change reflected there was apparently an old "text version" of the 2016-17 calendar (from last July) that was still sitting in the Documents tab. I apologize for any confusion. That old version has been deleted and the updated version is now available in the Documents main page.So, bottom line is that there will be a full day of school on Friday, March 31st, and a half-day of school on ...
    Posted Mar 9, 2017, 7:36 AM by John Pearson
  • Renaissance Assembly - Feb. 9th EAWR recognized its Renaissance Award winners at an assembly on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017. Students received a Renaissance polo, certificate, and a chance in the prize drawing for their award(s), based on their academic performance and/or perfect attendance in the first semester of the 2016-17 school year.A student receiving one of the academic Renaissance awards (Gold, Maroon, Silver, and White) qualified by his/her semester grade point average (GPA); by having three or fewer absences; two or fewer tardies; and no suspensions, ISS, or STOP placements. Gold Level:       4.0 GPA or higher from that semesterMaroon Level:  3.5 - 3.99 GPA from that semesterSilver Level:     3.0 - 3.49 GPA from that semester ...
    Posted Feb 13, 2017, 6:57 AM by John Pearson
  • Oilers Come Up Big at WYSE for 2nd Year in a Row! Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering Academic Challenge is a test-based competition hosted by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  East Alton-Wood River High School takes a team of 14 students that compete in subject area tests in English, Math, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, and Engineering Graphics.  Lewis and Clark Community College hosts the regional competition and schools or individuals can advance to sectional and state level competitions.In 2017, a team made up of seniors: Brenden Allen, Victoria Kallal, Mackenzie Munn, Brayden Stone, Andrew Cline, Marissa Morrison, Lauren Robinson, Haley Shewmake, and juniors: Xavier Collman, Anthony Ellison, Zachary Kinkade, Rachel Staten, Emily Wilder, and Chase Wallendorff placed third in the 700-Division at the regional ...
    Posted Feb 9, 2017, 6:47 AM by John Pearson
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