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Football Tournament Ticket Information
Football ~ Tournament Ticket Information: Eaton vs. Oakwood: Friday, October 29, 2021, 7:00 pm kick-off All tickets will be sold online beginning Tuesday, October 26 at 12:00 p.m. Please note: ...
ECS Safe Return Plan to In-Person Instruction and Continuity Plan - Updated 8-20-21 with Local Use of Funds
ECS Safe Return Plan Link On February 9, 2021, Governor DeWine asked schools and districts to work with their communities and educational stakeholders to help students continue to advance ...
Eaton Athletic Department is now Partnering with Hometown Ticketing

HomeTown Ticketing is our ticketing partner for all high school and middle school home events. All tickets and passes will be sold online ~ there will not be any cash sales at the gates.  The digital family passes and digital single ticket purchases will be scanned at the gate before you enter the game. We are pleased to announce that Eaton senior citizen passes will be honored at the gates again this year. 

Please use the following links to purchase your digital general admission tickets or digital family passes:  https://www.eaton.k12.oh.us/Content2/athletictickets or http://goeatoneagles.com.

This year, the family passes will sell for $220.00, an individual adult pass will sell for $90.00, and an individual student pass will sell for $70.00.

Please call the High School Athletic Office if you have any questions @ 937-456-1141.

We look forward to seeing you at the games and GO EAGLES!!!

Digital Sports Passes

In order to provide loyal fans of the Eaton Eagles an opportunity to attend athletic events at a reduced price, the Eaton Athletic Department will be offering digital sport passes for the 2021/2022 school year.  The passes will be valid for all home Eaton High School and Eaton Middle School athletic contests, including Invitational events.  OHSAA tournament events are not included.

ECS Learning Recover Plan

ECS Learning Recovery Plan
On February 9, 2021, Governor DeWine
asked schools and districts to work with their
communities and educational stakeholders to
help students continue to advance academically
and to make up for any learning that may have
been lost or delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic
and related disruptions.

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