After school class registration is now available through our Community Learning Center (CLC). Please contact the CLC with questions by calling (206) 252-5104 or emailing Connor Durham at Answers to frequently asked questions are available by downloading this pdf.

The spring session begins on April 12, 2010. More information is provided in the following forms:

To:  Incoming Roosevelt students

From:  Roosevelt High School Counseling Office

Attached is a short Welcome Letter from RHS for incoming 9th graders who currently attend Eckstein Middle School, letting them know that they will be getting registration materials in the mail after spring break, and explaining the registration process.  To download the form, click on the link below.

Join Eckstein Japanese Students in the Art of Origami at Barnes & Noble Saturday, March 20thEckstein Japanese Students will be assisting  U-Village Barnes & Noble customers in the art of Origami on Friday, March 20th at 6 pm.  Please join them in the fun as they kick off a Book Fair to benefit the Eckstein Japanese Club.  When making a purchase between Saturday March 20th and Saturday March 27th, tell the sales clerk that you would like to support the Eckstein Japanese Club Barnes & Noble  will donate a percentage of your purchase to the Eckstein Japanese Club.  Purchases anywhere in the store qualify . . . music, books, cards, games even your latte!  See you Saturday!

Registration forms for the Spring Quarter of CLC activities will be available in the office starting Monday March 22. All forms will be due by March 26th. Spring quarter activities will begin April 12th. Please contact Marnie Wolfe or Connor Durham if you have any questions.

Saturday, March 13th  from 9am – 4 pm in the Eckstein Cafeteria.  Ready to do a little spring cleaning?  Want to help a good cause?  Donate your used items to the Eckstein Band Rummage Sale!  All proceeds will help pay trip and competition expenses for students who are unable to pay but want to participate in the many great festivals and events that the Eckstein bands take part in.   If you have items to donate, simply drop them by the lunchroom on Friday March 12th between 2:30 and 6:30 pm.  Then be sure to come back on Saturday, starting at 9 am, to shop all the great deals.  Tell your friends and neighbors too as this is certain to be a great event.   If you are interested in volunteering on Friday to help sort and sticker items, or on Saturday to sell, please contact Andy Houston at  

8th Graders will have the opportunity to see Romeo & Juliet performed by the Seattle Shakespeare Company on March 5th.

Permission slips went out for the event in the first week of February and we would like to thank those of you who have returned one. 

Unfortunately, only about half of our students have turned in their permission slip.  The due date for the permission slip and payment of $4.00 to see the play is March 1.  If your student is in need of a scholarship, please check that option on the permission slip.  Many families have donated money for scholarships, so there are several available.  We do not want the cost of the performance to prevent anyone from seeing the play.

Parents, guardians, and students please take a moment to get the slip signed and return it along with the $4.00 fee as soon as possible.

Students who do not return the permission slip with payment or scholarship request will not be able to attend the play. 

You can download a copy of it here: Romeo & Juliet Permission Slip

Thank you.

Tammy T. Clark

Ruthann Allen

Ellen Nevitt

Soccer tryouts begin Monday, Feb 22.

Volleyball tryouts are Tuesday & Thursday – Feb. 23 and 25

Track will begin March 8.

ALL forms must be completed and turned into the Athletics Director prior to participation in practices or competitions.  More information can be found on the athletics page.

From 6:30 – 7:15 on Tuesday 03/09, Mike Donlin from our district Prevention/Intervention Office will be presenting information about Cyber Bullying to the families of incoming Eckstein 6th graders in addition to current Eckstein families. He will discuss Internet Safety and what you can do to help teach and inform your student about how to respond if they are being bullied as well as develop a plan for how to use the Internet responsibly. Eckstein’s orchestra will be performing shortly after the presentation, starting at 7:30 and you are welcome to attend that as well. We hope you can join us.  It will take place in the auditorium.

Sept 8:  First Day of School for Students

Nov 25-26: Thanksgiving Holiday

Dec 20-31:  Winter Break

Feb 22-25, 2011:  Mid-Winter Break

Apr 18-22, 2011:  Spring Break

June 21, 2011:  Last Day for Students

 Spring Sports begin February 22 –there will be an all sports information meeting Wednesday, February 10 during Homeroom.

Sports offered this spring include: Boys Soccer, Co-ed Track & Girls Volleyball

Participation in athletics in Seattle Public Schools requires registration each school year as well as the following documents on file with the Athletic Director:

Completed and signed physician’s physical every twenty-four months (two calendar years)

  • Sport Specific Parent/Guardian Release Form
  • Student-Parent Concussion Information Form
  • Eckstein Eligibility Card (“blue card”).
  • ALL forms must be completed and turned into the Athletics Director prior to participation in practices or competitions.

Please contact Athletics Director, Cindy Watters ( with questions.


Physical Registration Form

Concussion Information Form

Soccer Release Form

Ultimate Frisbee Release Form

Basketball Release Form

Volleyball Release Form

Track Release Forms

Eckstein Athletics Progress Report

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