Transcript request prior to 1987
Parchment can only be utilized by EC Central Students (1987 to Present)
If you Graduated from Washington or Roosevelt High School, please contact Luz Perez at 219-391-4000 ext. 74060.
Cap, gown, and graduation Item rollout will take place on May 22nd at 1:00 PM in the Central High School Football Field Parking Lot. Items will be distributed by the graduate's English teacher. If there is a balance with HERFF JONES, PLEASE CONTACT Doug Kingsley (574)-583-3420 or www.herffjones.com. All balances can be paid on the 22nd.
Senior Honors and Awards will take place on May 29th at 3:00 PM via Zoom. Additionally, the Top 20 Distinguished Graduates, Foundations of East Chicago Scholarships, and Special Awards will be announced. (Time is subject to change)
Senior graduation photos will take place by appointment during the week of June 1st-5th. More information will be forthcoming.
The all-district parade will take place on June 5th, at 10:00 AM. The parade route will cover the entire city. Each school is allowed two entries per school. Parade entries should line up by 9:00 @ Central High School Parking Lot. District Administrators should contact Mr. Edward Garcia to enter their vehicles by Tuesday, May 26th.
Please remember all Senior Class of 2020 updates can always be found on the Class of 2020 Google Classroom Page. Students can join using the class code gulkxjo
Commencement Celebration will take place on June 7th at 1:00 PM at Central High School. This will be a non-traditional, drive-through recognition of our graduates. The Graduation Committee is finalizing plans in order to make this celebration as special as possible for our students. Students will be assigned “Marching” times based on Honors, Achievements, and then alphabetical order. The graduates and up to 4 family members will remain in their vehicles for a drive-through commencement celebration. There will be gifts, music, and special recognition of each graduate. Graduates will be assigned a time to line up starting at 12:30 PM with the ceremony to begin at 1:00. All cars will line up in the faculty parking lot and each graduate will only be allowed one vehicle. All seniors must complete all requirements in order to qualify for any Commencement activities. Seniors will be notified by the Guidance Counselors or a school official by Tuesday, June 2nd at 2:00 PM if they are eligible to participate in commencement ceremonies. More information will be forthcoming.
Congratulations to the E'Twaun Moore Scholarship winners, Caria Jones and Juan Lozano!
Summer school will take place from June 8th-25th, from 8:00 am-12:30 pm. It will be a combination of Canvas and video conferencing with the teacher. More information will be forthcoming.
Starting April 13th, 2020 E-Learning will take place Monday- Thursday.
With the introduction of graduation pathways, the Indiana Department of Education has changed the requirements for graduation. Please visit the Department of Education's website regarding graduation pathways or contact your child's counselor for further information.
The following are the members of the counseling department and East Chicago Central High School:
9th Grade: Jacqualyn Fuller email@example.com (219)391-4000 ext. 73066
10th-12th Grade last name A-Ge: Liliana Rasala firstname.lastname@example.org (219)391-4000 ext. 74028
10th-12th Grade last name Gi-O: Stephanie Drayton email@example.com (219)391-4000 ext. 74024
10th-12th Grade last name P-Z: Eloisa Nieves firstname.lastname@example.org (219)391-4000 ext. 74025
The purpose of the Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress-Plus (ISTEP+) Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress Plus (ISTEP+) program is to measure student achievement in the subject areas of English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science (Grades 4, 6 and 10), and Social Studies (Grades 5 and 7). In particular, ISTEP+ reports student achievement levels according to the Indiana Academic Standards that were adopted by the Indiana State Board of Education. The assessments are administered in two parts: Part 1 consists of applied skills (open-ended) items, and Part 2 includes multiple-choice and technology-enhanced items. Both Part 1 and Part 2 are required components of the ISTEP+ program and are used to measure student mastery of the Indiana Academic Standards.
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