- Faculty & Staff
- School Community Council
December 15h Cookie Dough Orders Arrive-pick up at school
December 18th Holiday Sing-parents invited 9:30am or 1:00pm
December 18th Choir performance 6-7pm
December 22nd-January 2nd Winter Break (No School)
Notes and News
Advanced Learning Lab Testing Information
Various programs are necessary to meet the diverse needs of academically advanced students. In order to address some of these needs, Alpine School District has established classes at an advanced level for third through eighth grade called A.L.L. (Advanced Learning Lab)
The Alpine School District (ASD) Gifted Services department will be conducting 8 sessions of testing for placements in the district A.L.L. classrooms for the 2015-16 school year.
Testing for both Elementary and Secondary Advanced Learning Lab (A. L. L.) programs will be done on Saturdays, January 10th to January 31st. The online registration is now open and will close the Tuesday prior to each testing session. There will be a $20.00 fee for the testing. Students on free or reduced lunch status will register on-line for a reduced cost. http://alpineschools.org/ (family link) OR curriculum.alpineschools.org/gifted-services
Character Trait: Service
1. Serve With Your Children. Serving side by side with your children is one of the most powerful teachers of how to serve all while bringing the family closer.
2. Talk to Your Children About Giving and Sharing. When you are not able to serve side by side with your children, share in detail your experiences after the event.
3. Choose Service Activities Your Children Are Passionate About. Service activities come in many shapes and sizes. Identify what is important to your children and choose activities and causes that fit with their interests.
4. Choose a Cause That Taps In to Your Child’s Talents, Skills, & Abilities. Does your child play a musical instrument? Does she like to do arts and crafts? Is he good at weeding or picking up trash? Can she make homemade greeting cards? Can he sing in a group? Nursing homes is just one example of a place that allows kids to visit and share who they are with others. This act of sharing and giving boosts self esteem and helps children learn that their talents, skills, and abilities can be used for good.
5. Tie Everyday Tasks Into Service. Make service an everyday activity and giving a constant thought by reinforcing these concepts in simple things like sharing toys, taking turns, secretly doing a sibling’s chores, giving family members hugs and kisses, etc.
6. Show Gratitude. Helping kids recognize and show appreciation for things they are grateful for is an important aspect of service. Involve your children in gratitude activities such as keeping a gratitude journal or art book; going on gratitude walks; keeping a Daily Gratitude Chart on the refrigerator where you, as a family, can list your blessings; and having activities such as sitting in a circle and sharing what you are grateful for about the person sitting to your right.
7. Add an Aspect of Giving to Holidays & Events.
- Eagle Valley Elementary Bells
A track: 7:55 first bell, 8:00 second bell-school starts, 2:15 school ends (1:15 Mon.)
B track: 9:10 first bell, 9:15 second bell-school starts, 3:30 school ends (2:30 Mon.)
- Phone Number: 801-610-8704 Fax Number: 801-789-8304
- Box Tops
Our school earns ten cents for every Box Top we redeem. Please watch for products with
the pink Box Top label. Support our school by turning in your box tops in the office or
your child’s classroom.