2018-19 SY EAU Registration & EAU Information

EAU Registration & EAU Parent/Student Information
Posted on 07/25/2018

 EAU Parents/Guardians and Students!


We would like to welcome our new freshmen students/parents and welcome back our returning sophomores, juniors, and seniors! We are very excited to begin another year and hope you are as well. Please read this entire email for all of the important information regarding online registration as well as on-site registration.

You MUST do both on-line registration (either at home or here at the school) AND ALSO come in to the school to complete additional registration paperwork!! See below for details.

Online Registration:

You may access on-line registration through RDS Parent Access beginning Tuesday, July 24th. If you are new to the district and did not get your Parent Access set up with Mrs. McBride during enrollment, you will need to complete the on-line registration here at school. Any parent who needs to do online registration here at EAU will need to go to Room E100 which is the computer lab at the top of the ramp before coming to the registration table. Click here for more directions and more information: https://www.eacs.k12.in.us/cms/one.aspx?portalId=3123107&pageId=40647903

On-Site Registration (Please read for important changes from previous years) 

The dates for coming in to complete the on-site registration are listed below. We have had a lot of construction going on in the building this summer which will be awesome when it is done. Unfortunately, it will not be done before registration. Therefore, our location has changed to the cafeteria this year. Please note that students will not be able to go to their lockers or into the academic area during this time. All students will still be able to pick up their schedules. I know that some of our incoming freshmen may be a little nervous about not being able to find their locker and classes before school starts on Monday. We completely understand! To help ease that anxiety, we will conduct tours on Monday morning during first period. The only thing students need to be concerned about right now is getting to their first period class, and we will have a lot of teachers helping students get to the right place!

August 2nd: 12:00-3:00 p.m. - Registration for 9th graders (in the Cafeteria)

August 2nd 3:00-5:00 p.m. - Registration for 10th graders (in the Cafeteria)

August 2nd: 5:00-7:00 p.m. - Registration for 11th graders (in the Cafeteria)

August 3rd: 8:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. - Registration for 12th graders (in the Cafeteria)

August 3rd: 8:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. - Registration for all grades 9-12 who have not yet attended (in the Cafeteria)

*Please make sure you bring the following: emergency contact information and student's social security number (especially for incoming freshman - this is needed for students to take VU Courses!)

**Note: These are suggested times to help with congestion at the registration tables and computer lab. However, you are free to come in during whatever time fits your schedule. 

If you cannot attend on-site registration on the 2nd or 3rd, you must contact me (Ms. Antrim) to set up a time to come in the following week. There are no early registrations as we won't have all of the materials until August 2nd.

***Please note that we do not offer a school supply list. We have too many classes with differing needs, so students will receive that information during their first days of school. They should plan for the basics to start: college-ruled paper, folders/binders, pens, pencils, colored pencils, and scientific or graphing calculator (depending on math course). 

The exception is if you are taking Algebra I or Geometry. 

Ms. Pautz would like for you to have a 1 1/2" binder, ruled paper (not spiral notebook), graph paper and a scientific calculator on the first day of class.

Other Dates

August 10th: Early College Kick-Off for Incoming 9th graders ONLY (click for more info)

August 13th: FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL!!!! We begin at 8:50 sharp!!

August 15th: Collaboration Day schedule begins (students dismissed 30 minutes early every Weds)

September 3rd: No School (Labor Day)

September 11th: No School (District In-Service for teachers-eLearning Day)


9th Grade Early College Kick-Off Flyer (click here)

12th Grade Immunizations Flyer (click here)

Community Learning Center Flyer for all grade levels - Before and After school programs available (click here)

Other Important Information...

Technology Fees: At a public meeting on June 6th , 2017, the East Allen County School Board of Trustees reduced the student iPad technology fee from $131.13 to $92.00. They also reduced the general technology fee from $11.00 to $5.00. We think this will continue to be a part of the textbook fees for this school year, but we have not received confirmation. Please note that technology fees are used for the direct benefit of students to assist them in meeting the educational objectives of their academic programs. 

Book Bag District Policy: As a reminder.... a student's person, book bag, possessions or belongings may be searched under the same standards of reasonable suspicion that govern the search of a student's locker. Book bags should only be used for transporting school supplies to and from school. Book bags, coats and large purses shall remain in lockers throughout the school day. Bags needed for gym that are carried in the hallway must be clear or "see through". 

If you have any questions, please call or e-mail me. I will be in and out of the office beginning July 30th.


Tina Antrim
Director of School Counseling
East Allen University


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