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2016-2017 Handbook

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Box Tops For Education

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.

Sept. 30th 5-8pm.

Please come to our Fall Carnival. Wrist bands $8 purchased in the office or $10 at the event. Tickets 3/$1. Bounce houses! Carnival games! Face painting! Food trucks!

Upcoming Events:
September 27th PTA Meeting 10am, conference room
September 29th Bond Information Meeting, 7pm at Vista Heights
September 30th PTA School Carnival 5pm-8pm
October 3rd Wrapping Paper Fundraiser begins
                    Funds will be put towards a new digital marquee and student technology
October 3rd Reflections Award Assembly, 12:30pm: “What’s Your Story”
October 5th SCC Meeting, 4pm, conference room
October 9th Book Fair Week (11th (7:30am-4pm), 12th (7:30am-7:30pm), 13th (7:30am-7:30pm)
October 12th & 13th Parent Teacher Conferences-more information coming for sign up
October 13th Fundraiser Orders Due
October 20-21st No School-Fall Break
October 24th No School-Teacher Professional Development Day
October 25th PTA Meeting, 10am conference room
October 31st Halloween Parade, 9:30 (parents please view parade in the gym)
November 2nd Picture Make Up Day
November 6th Daylight Savings Time Ends
November 11th End of first trimester
November 11th PTA Family Night:  Science   5pm-7pm
Notes and News: 
Character Trait: Respect
Respect: To have high regard for, to hold in esteem, to treat with courtesy and consideration.
Family Movie Night:  Movies are a great way to begin a discussion on respect.  Enjoy one of these movies with your family followed by a discussion:
To be respectful we must learn to mind our manners. Saying “please” and “thank you” is not just a polite practice, it can show consideration to others and is a form of respect.No one exemplifies this more than Babe, a piglet on the Hoggett’s farm
Being respectful can be difficult, especially when we don’t get along with others. Manny the mammoth, Sid the sloth, and Diego the saber-toothed tiger are the most unlikely group of prehistoric creatures anyone can possibly imagine. But when a furious frost is on its way to begin the Ice Age, the trio must work together to take care of a small human baby.
Along with manners, respect also requires accepting others and being kind, even when others might not be so nice. Even though Sid is different and gets teased sometimes by Manny and Diego, he is always respectful to his friends and makes sure they are taken care of. When we treat others the way we would like to be treated, we are showing respect. And who knows, you might find a friend along the way.
Attendance Note:
If a child misses 2 days per month, they are missing 10% of Kindergarten. When attendance improves, your child’s reading improves. We celebrate when we have 100% attendance!
—Mrs. Becar
Bond Information Meetings
Community Bond Meetings will be held in the evenings to share information about the upcoming bond:
              Thursday, September 29th 7:00 Vista Heights
Tuesday, October 4th 7:00 Canyon View Junior High
             Thursday, October 6th 7:00 American Fork Junior High
PTA Fall Carnival
Join us for a night of fun on Friday, September 30th from 5-8pm for our annual PTA carnival! We will have several food trucks, (Waffle Love, Art City Donuts and The Mouse Trap) inflatables, games, cotton candy, popcorn and face painting. Wristbands will be sold September 21-28th in the office for $8.00. Wristbands will be for unlimited inflatables, one free popcorn, and two games. The night of the carnival, wristbands will be $10.00 including unlimited inflatables and tickets will be 3/$1.00 for games and face painting. We look forward to a great evening and hope to see you all there!
Parent Teacher Conferences
Sign up this week for conference times.  See attached instructions.
Choir is for fourth through sixth grade students and is an after school program.  Practices will begin the first week of October and they will be held on Wednesdays and Thursdays.  The choir will prepare a Holiday Program to present to the school and to parents during a night performance.  Our directors this year are Kimberly Balls and Ashley Becar. (See attached permission slip)
School T-Shirts
Thank you for your orders.  Shirts should arrive around the end of the first week in October.
Box Tops
Remember to clip and save your Box Tops!  Turn Box Tops into the classroom teacher or the front office in a baggie labeled with the teacher’s name.  We earn 10 cents for each box top.  We use these funds to help support classroom learning and school projects.
Bright Ideas
District Saturday classes focused on a variety of topics. See flyer for more information.
October Parent Night-Increasing Positive Reinforcement
See attached flyer for the Utah Parent Center parent information night.


School Calendar: http://eaglevalley.alpineschools.org/calendar/

Eagle Valley Elementary will always reach for excellence and success!