Return to Learn plan: https://alpineschools.org/returntolearn/
“Ensure Student Learning and Success”
Please like our school facebook page
September 15th – SCC @ 12pm
September 23rd – School Pictures, Online students 12-12:30 in the gym.
October 1st – PTA Reflections Due
October 5th-8th – SEPs, Parent Teacher Conference
October 14th – Minimal Day
Our enrolled online students can also get breakfast and lunch just like our face-to-face students.
Students will just need to check in the front office before entering the cafeteria, masks are required during meal pick-up time.
*We also ask that parents not eat with students during lunch or breakfast.
Times: Breakfast can be picked up during regular breakfast times. And lunch will be available 30min prior to our face-to-face student schedule.
Breakfast – 7:35am-8:00am & 8:50am-9:15am
Lunch – 10-10:30
How to Pre-Pay online
- Go to eastmanadams.com
- Click Online Ordering,
- Enter Shoot Key, DNS45LLX
- Write your Order Reference Code on the order form
This year we will offer both online and in person parent teacher conferences. More info and details on procedures to come.
Halloween is still a month away but I wanted to give families a heads up that we will not have our traditional parade. We will still allow and encourage students to wear costumes but unfortunately we will not be doing a school wide parade. The PTA room parents will work with teachers on a class party. If you wish to help with that, you can reach out to your child’s teacher and room parent.
Box Top Flier
Please help our school by turning in box tops to your child’s teacher or the front office.
COVID-19 UPDATE for Alpine District
Working together with the Utah County Health Department, news media, and other stakeholders, we have put together a dashboard and press release that will be shared at the beginning of each week (usually on Mondays).
As of September 7, 2020, Alpine School District reported a total of 75 current positive COVID-19 cases. Alpine serves communities in 14 cities and 92 schools. Here is a breakdown of the 75 current positive cases:
- 39 secondary students,
- 6 elementary students, and
- 30 employees.
For weekly COVID-19 positive caseload updates, please go to our dashboard found here www.alpineschools.org/returntolearn. Our dashboard will be updated each Monday. For clarification of the decision to report district-wide numbers only, Alpine School District is committed to protecting the privacy of all students and employees. In most cases, where there is a single positive case at a school, it is easily identifiable for individuals to be noticed when someone is missing from class or when their teacher has a substitute. Assumptions can be made and we have seen how it can negatively impact individuals. For this reason, we will continue to report elementary, secondary, and employee totals only, rather than by school site.
Although part of Alpine’s Return to Learn plans are to track and tabulate numbers at individual schools, we cannot control what happens outside of the school day, in the community, and homes. Our united efforts are to help minimize the transmission of COVID-19. It will take all of us working together to social distance whenever possible, wear masks, and wash hands frequently.
“If a member of your family has been tested for COVID, please keep all immediate family members at home until you receive the results of the COVID test.”
School Counselor Newsletter
National Suicide Awareness and Prevention
If you have Middle School or High School Students
We know this only applies to a very small number of students but if you have Middle School or High School kids please remind them that this year we are not allowing them to visit teachers during the day. Our teachers still have students and are working with online students through 4pm. We love to see alumni but we have had more and more visits as the weeks continue.
Stronger families Flier
First Lady Herbert and the Uplift Families Conference announces their special televised conference this year. It will air on Channel 2 on September 19 at 6:00 PM.
Elementary Ballroom Registration for 2020-21 @ Eagle Valley is finally open! Classes start September 14th. Here’s a direct link if you’d like to sign any students up to try Elementary Ballroom this year.
We will have an adjusted class structure to ensure the safest possible environment for both students and teachers, and I can’t wait to get started!!
Parents, thanks for being so awesome!!
Reflections is a National PTA arts recognition program that helps
students explore their own thoughts, feelings and ideas, develop artistic literacy,
increase confidence, and find a love for learning that will help them become more
successful not only in school, but in life.
Here is a short video that explains more about the Reflections Program:
Theme: “I Matter Because…”
Deadline: October 1, 2020
We need members in our scc. Scc stands for school community council. Our job is to help create and implement a student improvement plan for our school and help decide where state trust land funds can be best used to help our kids and students.
We need 3 more parent volunteers to be a part of our council. 1 of the positions is 1 year and the other 2 are 2 year commitments. We meet approx 6-7 times a year at a time we decide and vote on.
More info on scc’s and schools trust land funds visit https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://www.schools.utah.gov/schoollandtrust/program__;!!P-Vt7t5jJSrPd9zQ!9RQDkFYUwL5CHgNnD43P5px6fQhwvCclXZdkJdEtUAtC1wTAIRWK-ktJyiYx3yA9COamnruJNw$
Email Jennifer Davis ASAP if you are interested in joining. [email protected]
We love having parents help out during lunch and in our teachers classrooms. Unfortunately, this year we are going to limit parent volunteers to our PTA. If you would like to help and are not already part of our PTA, then I would encourage you to click on the links below and join today!
Please complete a needs assessment to help direct our PTAs efforts
Our PTA is selling stickers, sunglasses, and hoodies this year! We are taking hoodie orders until October 2. Item pick up information coming soon. See the attached fliers or our Eagle Valley PTA facebook page for more information. Order through the memberhub website: https://eaglevalleyelementary.new.memberhub.store/store“
Why join the PTA?
“As you get ready to send your children back to school, whether it’s in-person or at home this year, we’d like to ask you to keep in mind our amazing PTA and all that this group does for our school and community. However, they can only accomplish all of this with the help of parent volunteers. We’d like to ask all of you to consider becoming PTA members. Your PTA membership and dues support your child by funding essential educational and curriculum needs, advocating for students and teachers at local, state, and national levels, as well as building an inclusive school community for all families. There is no right or wrong way to be involved – anything you can give, whether it is time or money, will support your child’s potential. Please visit the Eagle Valley PTA Facebook page to click on a link to join the PTA today. Thank you for your support.”