The week of May 2nd- 6th is state testing at the High School. Tuesday (5/3) will be the Algebra EOC. All freshman and any student retesting will begin testing at 8. Wednesday (5/4) will be the Biology EOC. All freshman and sophomores in Biology and any student retesting will begin testing at 8. Thursday (5/5) will be the US History EOC. All Juniors and any student retesting will begin testing at 8 am. On the 3 testing days (Tuesday-Thursday), students not testing will report to school at 1 pm. Monday and Friday will be regular school days. If you have any questions, please call the office at 254-631-5000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastland ISD will not have school on Friday (4-15-22) for a staff and student holiday. Monday (4-18-22) will be a staff development day and students will not have classes.
The Eastland High School one-act play performance scheduled for 7 p.m. tonight has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.
Just a reminder to parents and students that we will be STAAR testing on Tuesday and Thursday this week. On Tuesday the 5th all freshman and any re-testers for the ENG 1 test need to be at school at regular time. All other students will report at 1 PM. On Thursday the 7th, we will be testing all Sophomores and any ENG 2 re-testers. All other students will report at 1 PM. If you have any questions please call 254-631-5000 or email email@example.com
Varsity baseball will be at 4 pm today with JV to follow. We adjusted the schedule to try to get the games in before the storms.
Eastland ISD Family and Eastland County Residents:
A disaster assistance center has been established at the Siebert Elementary Dome (100 Little Maverick Trail, Eastland) for impacted residents to receive assistance in reporting damages through iSTAT, register for cleanup assistance and meet with non-profit organizations such as the American Red Cross, United Rescue Alliance, and the Cornerstone Community Action Agency. Organizations, services, and assistance on site subject to change.
United Rescue Alliance, in partnership with the Big Country VOAD, TDEM, and the Community Foundation of Abilene, is currently in Eastland offering support to survivors and agencies. United Rescue Alliance is a disaster relief agency headquartered in Abilene with a focus on preparedness, response, and long-term transformative recovery efforts. United Rescue Alliance has crews in the Eastland area assessing community needs and offering financial assistance to households seeking basic needs.
To be considered for financial assistance, please contact United Rescue Alliance 817-721-7558 for information regarding the application process or visit the Siebert Elementary Dome - Disaster Assistance Center.
Casework will begin with the American Red Cross, Thursday at the Siebert Elementary Dome. The center will open Thursday at 8 a.m until 6 p.m. Individuals and Families can also call the Red Cross hotline at 1-800-Red-Cross to open a case.
Together, Eastland County will recover. Those seeking to make monetary donations towards long term recovery can contribute to the Eastland disaster relief wildfire fund established by the Eastland Community Foundation (serving the county of Eastland): https://cfabilene.org/community-impact/fire-relief-funds
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Jeremy Williams - Interim Superintendent EISD
Tuesday (3-22-22) will be a regular scheduled school day for Eastland ISD.
In an effort to assist the Texas Division of Emergency Management, Eastland ISD has set up the webpage linked below for victims of the wildfires to access helpful information. As more information becomes available we will update the webpage.
Siebert Elementary Parents/Guardians,
Eastland ISD is hosting the Eastland Disaster Assistance Center at the Siebert Dome. We ask that as you pick up students in the afternoon to please be patient with the process and the additional vehicles/personnel in the southeast area of our parking lot. EISD is proud to be helping our families in their time of need and we will continue to do so as long is it takes.
Jeremy Williams – Interim Superintendent EISD
Disaster victims who wish to visit in person with representatives who can assist them in obtaining relief information as well aid can come to the Siebert Elementary Dome and meet with the following organizations. This is available seven days a week from 8am to 6pm.
TDEM – Texas Division of Emergency Management. https://damage.tdem.texas.gov/
Texas Baptist Men – Disaster Relief for more information https://www.tbmtx.org/disaster-relief
American Red Cross – Recovery resources for disaster victims. 1-800-733-2767
Eastland Lions Club – Providing clothing and toiletries to disaster victims.
Siebert Elementary School 1100 W Sadosa St, Eastland, TX 76448
FYI on behalf of the River of Life Church:
EASTLAND COUNTY DROPOFF POINT
Anyone wanting to help families affected by the fires. River of Life is open and accepting donations. We are taking ESSENTIAL, NECESSITY, AND TOILETRY ITEMS (deodorant, soaps, toothpaste, toothbrush, combs, brushes, shampoo, etc) along with new clothing/gently used. Please bring your items to the Fellowship Hall in the back parking lot of the church.
Families affected by the wildfires that are in need of clothing here are places to find assistance.
Daugherty Church of Christ 309 South Daugherty
First United Methodist Church 215 S Mulberry St
First Baptist Church 405 S Seaman St
River of Life Church 1247 E Main St
The quarter store in Ranger 718 Pine St, Ranger, TX
If you would like to help our local families and volunteers, or you are in need of help, we will be sending out messages that can help direct your actions. First Baptist Church in Eastland will be taking and distributing the following items. Personal Hygiene items, toiletries, non-perishable food, packages of underwear/socks, and Jackets. Please be looking for more information to come out throughout the day.
Thank you, Eastland ISD
Eastland ISD 3/18/22
Anyone wanting to donate water and/or Gatorade to assist our local firefighters please take to the Eastland Fire Department. They will be the point of contact and distribution center for the other county Fire Departments. Please keep our families affected in your thoughts and prayers.
Eastland ISD Administration
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Eastland ISD will have early release on Friday (3-11-2022). School will dismiss at 1:00. Buses will run immediately afterwards. Middle School and High School lunch will be from 12:11 till 1:00.
Additionally, Monday (3-14-2022) though Friday (3-18-2022) will be Spring Break and Monday (3-21-2022) will be a staff development day.