Entries by Robin Cluse

Eyrie Returns

Many Alums fondly recall the Eyrie Literary Magazine at East Meck. Students have begun work on reviving the long-defunct publication.  Students will have a creative outlet for the first time in many years, allowing them to share their poems, short stories, short fiction, essays, reviews, photos and art within this publication. This will encourage and […]

Rick Parker, Principal of the Year

The entire East Meck community is celebrating our beloved Principal, Rick Parker.  His enthusiasm for his Eagles is contagious!  He was recently honored as being the Principal of the Year for the entire Charlotte Mecklenburg School System.  We are so lucky to have his leadership here at East!  Read more about his accolades in this […]

Keep In Touch

Does the Foundation have your most recent contact information?  Several years ago, we moved to a digital format for our newsletters, saving thousands of dollars every year on printing and postage costs and helping us direct more funding directly to the school.  Since that time, we’ve been working diligently to update our database to ensure […]

Class of ’87 preps for 30th

Members of the Class of ’87 have been diligently planning their 30th Reunion for the past year.  Eagles will flock to Raintree Country Club on September 16th for the event 30 years in the making!  Tickets can be purchased using their website:  http://www.eastmeckhighclassof87.com/ If you’re not a member of ’87 but have friends who are, […]

Foundation Honors Alumni and Educators

On Tuesday, April 25, 2017, alumni, friends, teachers, staff and families came together to honor the best of the best at East Meck High School. Four alumni were inducted to the Wall of Fame: Ed Chesnutt ’58, Libby Whitescarver Privette ’59, Joan Nesbit Mabe ’80 and “NoLimit” Larry Mims ’95. Our newest inductees were introduced […]

Class of ’67 Reunion

The Class of ’67 is planning its 50th Reunion! October 14, 2017 @ the Marriot SouthPark Please contact Lynn Thompson Broadway at lynntbroadway@yahoo.com for more information.  

JROTC Serves the Community and Greater Good

East Meck’s JROTC program is one of our most active programs on campus.  Over the winter, they’ve visited Greenway Park Elementary with Junior Achievement, sponsored a campus blood drive through the Red Cross and cleaned up Monroe Road through Adopt-a-Highway.  This group of dedicated and disciplined students, along with their fantastic teachers:  Major Cox, Sergeant […]