Attention All EHS Students:


The Easthampton Exchange Program has just begun its search for host families for next fall.

This coming October, 15 high school age students from France will be coming to Easthampton for about 10 days and we need 15 EHS students and families to host them.

Please consider this amazing opportunity to make a friend for life and to share your home, your culture, your way of life with them.

Please see Ms. Mango or Dr. Lively for applications and details.


Purchase the EHS 2019 YearBook


Only two weeks left for yearbook orders!!
The Easthampton High School yearbook is fun today and irreplaceable tomorrow. If you missed
out, don’t worry, you still have time to capture the memories your family will love for generations to come!!

Don’t delay, order today at and make sure to use our EHS school code: 11390619.
A limited number of yearbooks will be available this year, so don’t miss out – order early!!


Spring Sports begins Monday, March 18, 2019.


EHS Spring Sports schedule for Monday as follows:

7-9th Graders-3:00-4:30 at WBMS
10-12 Graders-4:30-6:00 at WBMS

7-12 Graders-3:00-6:00 at EHS

9-12 Graders- 2:30-4:30 at the Williston Track
7-8 Graders 3:00-4:30 at the Williston Track


For Further Information:
Brian Miller
Athletic Director
(413) 529-1585 x 2126


EHS hosts a Parent Engagement Studio that will take place on April 10th and April 24th from 5:30-7:00pm.

We would like to invite all our families to our Two-Part Parent Engagement Studio on April 10th and 24th, from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm, we encourage all families to take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn about the possibilities of taking a little stress out of parenting.

This Two-Part Studio will focus on:
“A World Where Parenting is Stress-less.”
Course Description:
During this two-part course, learners will explore the predictable patterns and nuances of teenage development, and be offered a blueprint for how all genders of students develop and how some students cope. For many parents, this is a turbulent time marked by unpredictable and intense family interactions and power struggles.
Come prepared to share and learn how to take a little of the stress out of what may seem an endless time of difficulty and unpredictability.
This workshop provides information and interactive conversations around important concerns that have challenged and concerned parents along developmental strands. A portion of this workshop will be devoted to “When to worry,” which will help parents discover what community resources, readings, professional referrals or other workshops are available for families.
A light dinner will be served, childcare is available with prior reservations. Please RSVP to save your spot at this important Parent Engagement Studio event at Really looking forward to seeing you there!
For Further Information:
Asher Hamilton
Family/Community Engagement Outreach Coordinator