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October 16th Wrapping Paper Fundraiser Kick Off
October 19th-20th Fall Break
October 23rd No School-PD Day for Teachers
October 24th-27th Red Ribbon Week
October 24th Red Ribbon Week: Stay drug Free—Wear RED
October 25th Red Ribbon Week: Use your head, don’t do drugs! Crazy hair or wear a hat day
October 25th Student Council Boo Grams sold during lunch
October 25th Red Ribbon Week Assembly with law enforcement
October 26th Red Ribbon Week: Your future is bright: wear neon
October 27th Red Ribbon Week: School Spirit-wear school shirts/colors
October 27th Fundraiser Ends
October 27th Picture Make up Day
October 30th Celebration Assembly
October 31st Halloween Parade, 9:30am-please enter and exit through gym doors
November 2nd Chick-Fil-A Spirit Night, AF restaurant 5-8pm
November 5th Daylight Savings Time ends
November 6th PTA Family Math Night 5-7pm
November 12th White Ribbon Week: social media and online digital safety
November 13th NetSmartz Assembly
November 13th -17th Drama: Play Audition Workshop (more info coming)
November 17th End of first Trimester
November 17th Sixth Grade World Fair
November 22nd-24th Thanksgiving Break
November 27th Celebration Assembly
November 27th – Dec 1st Drama: Play Auditions
Notes and News:
Character Trait: Perseverance
Our October character trait is: Perseverance
Talk to your child about positive self-talk and the role it plays in helping us persevere and achieve our goals. Positive self-statements to help them practice: I’m not good YET, but I can be; I’m on the right track; This might take some time and effort; I can always improve so I’ll keep trying; Mistakes are an opportunity for me to learn and improve; I’m smart.
Battle of the Books
â€‹Students need to read at least four of the twenty books on their reading list to be eligible to compete in the BOB battles in March. They will need to have read at least 2 books before the Christmas break and the other 2 by March.
Students will need to have a parent or guardian sign a permission slip that allows them to participate in the battles in March.
Once students have read at least 2 books then they will earn a lanyard and book buttons. As they read more books we will add their buttons to the lanyards. We will hand out the lanyards at the March school assembly when we give out the awards from Battle Of the Books. If you have questions about Battle of the Books please contact our media specialist, Becca Jane Waite.
Vision Screening Results:
Vision screening is almost complete. We are finishing up with students that were absent on the screening day. The nurse sends a letter through Skyward if there is a concern with your child’s vision screening. If you have questions about the vision screening that we did at school please contact Mandy Chamberlin [email protected]
Hearing Screening Results
If a child fails the initial hearing screening, we redo the hearing screening 3 weeks later, and again 2 weeks later if they fail a second time. If a child passes any of the 3 screenings then they are ok. If they fail all three, we send a referral over to the district audiologist and the speech pathologist calls parents. We are still completing hearing screening sequences.
Miss Eagle Mountain: Donate Shoes (see attached flyer)
Sara Hafen, Miss Eagle Mountain, is collecting shoes and she needs your help! The shoes will be donated to Burkina Faso, Africa in June of 2018 through the organization Power 2 Become. Shoes can be any style, size or condition. Please bring donations to the bin in the front entry of the school. There will be random drawings among students who donate, for the chance to win awesome goodies, so make sure they fill out the papers in the office. Any questions can be emailed to Sara Hafen at [email protected] . All donations are greatly appreciated!
As you start to prepare Halloween costumes, please remember for the school portion of the day, the following guidelines apply:
-school dress code rules must be followed (leggings and t-shirts are great)
-students must arrive to school in costume there will not be time for changing
-avoid extreme gore and violent costumes (we have students ages 3-12)
-no masks or full-face paint
If you are coming to view the parade, we ask that you follow the guidelines above if you come dressed in a costume. We will have all parents enter the gym to view the parade through the outside gym doors. There will be chairs set up and the classes will parade through the maze of chairs. Parents will need to remain in the gym for the entire parade and then exit out the outside gym doors at the end of the parade. If you will be volunteering in a classroom later that day, please check in at the office when you arrive to volunteer. This is a fun tradition that we are excited to continue.
The funds from our fund raiser will be used to help provide materials for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) instruction. We are thrilled to have a music program offered to K-6 students this year and need supplies and instruments to support our classes. Our teachers are excited to try hands-on learning and projects with our students using science and math. The technology we have invested in over the past three years is really helping each class have access to adapted curriculum and information. We are excited to continue our investment in engaged student learning with the funds we receive from our fundraiser. Thank you for supporting our efforts!
For online ordering and to send information via email register your child at:
School ID; z-12493
Free shipping is available for online orders (see website for details)
Red Ribbon Week
October 24-27, 2017
Please join us as we celebrate being drug free during Red Ribbon Week! The classes with the most participation each day will earn a treat!
Monday: Fall break, no school
Tuesday: Your Future Is Key, So Stay Drug Free!
Wednesday: Use your head: don’t use drugs!
Wear a silly hat or have crazy hair!
Assembly sponsored by Sheriff’s office
Thursday: We are too bright to use drugs!
Friday: Eagle Valley Elementary is drug free!
Wear your school colors!
Standards Based Report Cards
ASD video about Standards Based Grading: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5OukFWftvZtRUIxNDRJLUV6RGM/view
Note the standards scale below:
4: Student demonstrates early mastery of this standard and is working to expand and deepen understanding.
3: Student is working at expected grade level proficiency at this time and is on track to master the standard by the end of the school year.
2: Student is working below grade level proficiency at this time and will need targeted support to master the standard by the end of the year.
1: Student is working well below grade level proficiency at this time and will need intensive and targeted support to master the standard by the end of the year.
NA: Not assessed during the reporting period
Remember to clip and send in your Box Tops! Our school earns ten cents for each box top that is submitted. Please use the attached sheets. Students can turn box tops into their classroom baskets or into the front office. Thank you!
District and Community News:
School Closures and Delays
Please visit the district website to learn about the district procedures for relaying information about school closures and delays. https://alpineschools.org/closure-guidelines/
Free and Reduced School Meals
Submit your application online for free and reduced meals. Visit: http://126.96.36.199/welcome.aspx to fill out the form. Filling out this form may help our school get additional funding and programs. We encourage every family to fill out the form.
School Calendar: http://eaglevalley.alpineschools.org/calendar/