Easthampton High School

Latest News & Updates


  • EHS Senior Newsletters (9/27/2021)
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    Fall 2021
  • Attention EHS Senior Girls! (9/21/2021)
    Distinguished Young Women of Greater Easthampton is kicking off their annual program for the class of 2022! Last year’s program awarded over $10,000 in scholarship money!
    Orientation Night will be Wednesday, September 29th   via zoom with more info to come. Rehearsals will begin 10/1.
    Any high school SENIOR girl that resides in Easthampton, Southampton, Williamsburg, Haydenville, Goshen, Chesterfield, Westhampton or Worthington and is interested in participating in the program, please go online to www.ajm.org to sign up by Friday, September 24th. There are no paper applications available.  If you have any questions, please email (kristenlavalle@hotmail.com) or call (413 563-9380) our Candidate Co-Chair, Kristen Schindel.
    The Distinguished Young Women program hopes you will join them for all the fun and excitement this year has to offer.
  • EPS Routine COVID Safety Checks (9/1/2021)
    Routine Covid Safety Checks
    To participate in the program, you must sign up on behalf of your student using the link below. There is no charge for participating.
    1. Please visit http//:cic.health.com/consent/ma
    2. Select “Consent
    3. Select our district: “Easthampton“.
    4. Then select your child’s school.
    If you have additional questions
    regarding the program or need assistance completing the form, please contact Jean Libby at jlibby@epsd.us or 413-529-1500 x142.
  • EPS September Menus (9/1/2021)
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  • EPS Bus Route Update (8/30/2021)
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  • Grab & Go Meals Update (8/25/2021)

  • EHS Structural Racism Video Series (7/9/2020)
    We are very pleased to present a series of video lessons on Structural Racism in America, presented by EHS Social Studies teacher, Brian Brown.
    Each video looks at specific eras or concepts related to racist policies and actions in our nation’s history. Each video is between 20 and 30 minutes.
    As our nation grapples with issues of race and racism in our country, it is our obligation to be as informed as we can be. This series will help you understand where we came from, and how we got to this place.
    We begin with the first four videos, and more videos will be added on a regular basis.

  • EPS Social Media Communication (1/2/2020)
    As we head into the new school year you can see what is happening at your student’s school by following their Facebook pages.
    Easthampton Public Schools
    Easthampton Public Schools Twitter Handle @EasthamptonPK12
    Center Pepin Elementary School
    Maple Elementary School 
    White Brook Middle School
    Easthampton High School Eagles