Welcome to Eagle Valley Elementary. In our fourteenth year, we are still focusing on YOU, because it is about your family. So.....come over and volunteer and be our partner as we serve together to help the best children in Utah to become successful students and citizens.

2018 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.


Watch the video to learn about Standards Based Report Cards.

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Fall Break October 18th, 19th and 22nd.

Upcoming events
*Oct. 1st – 5th – Final Week of Walk More in Four
*Oct. 4th – 12th – Walk More in Four submission window
Oct. 3rd & 4th – Parent Teacher Conference & Book Fair
Oct 5th – Book Fair 7:30am-9:15am
Oct 5th – Field Trip to UVU
Oct. 9th – Principal Serves Cold Stone Creamery @ 6:30 Saratoga Springs
Oct. 9th – School Community Council @ 1pm
Oct. 10th – PTA meeting @ 10am
Oct. 15th -29th – Charleston Wrap Fundraiser
Oct. 17th – Picture Retakes
Oct. 18th & 19th – No School – Fall Break
Oct. 22nd – No School – Teacher Professional Development Day
Oct. 23rd – 26th – White Ribbon Week- Internet Safety; See Dress Up Themes Below
Oct. 31st – Halloween
Nov. 14th – PTA meeting @ 10am
Nov. 16th – End of First Trimester
Nov. 20th – School Community Council @ 1pm
UVU Woman’s Soccer Game
One Oct 5th UVU will be paying for buses to send our 2nd -6th grade students to watch a Woman’s Soccer game.  You should be seeing permission slips coming home from teachers early next week with further details.
Parent Teacher Conference
Attached is a tutorial on how to reserve times for parent teacher conference. The document is titled “Student Schedule and Parent Portal.”
Drop Off and Pick Up procedures
Please park in a marked stall. Do not park along the red painted curbs at any time during the day. Parent parking is in the south parking lot.
Drop Off Zones/Drive Through:
Please use the south drive through for student drop off and pick up. Please pull forward to the far south end of the drive through (where the red curb ends) so traffic does not get congested. Students must be dropped and loaded at the curb from the passenger side of the vehicle. Please do not have children exit or enter the vehicle while in the second/passing lane. If you need to leave your vehicle, please pull into a parking stall and park, then proceed to the nearest cross walk to gain access to the school. Never leave a vehicle unattended in the drive through lanes.
Walk More in Four
Keep up the walking and biking. Remember to use the progress chart to track your efforts. Submit your progress chart online when complete to be entered to win. Learn more at WalkMore.SafeRoutesUtah.com.
White Ribbon Week- Dress-up Themes
Oct. 23- Crazy Hat/Hair Day
Oct. 24- Sport Fanatic Day
Oct. 25- Pajama Day- school dress code still applies
Oct. 26-School Spirit Day- wear green and grey or your Eagle Valley shirt
PTA Reflections
PTA is now collecting entries for this year’s Reflections contest. This year’s theme is “Heroes Around Us.”  We welcome all students to enter their original creations centered on our theme in any of the catalogues. Students may enter each category one time, if they choose.
As your students are beginning to form their ideas, have them focus on the heroes in their everyday life.  We must be very careful with copyright laws and cannot accept any entries that use copyrighted material (ie, Marvel, Disney, DC Comics, etc.). Any entry violating copyright will have their piece return to fix and re-enter.
Official rules and entry forms are available in the office or on the link provided below.
Entries may be turned into the office and must be received by October 12, 2018.
We look forward to seeing all the wonderful items students enter!  Happy creating!
Introductory video about Theme, Reflections, and Categories:
Official rules and forms:
PTA Book Fair
PTA is excited to sponsor our Fall Book Fair.  Students will get to preview the book fair with their classes early in the week.  If your child is planning on spending $20 or more without a parent present, please send a permission note.  If you would like to volunteer to help with a shift at the book fair please visit: https://volunteer.scholastic.com/#/signup/VqW7OH5Os
For this fair we are offering 5 Scholastic Dollars for each completed shift, with a maximum of 15 Dollars. We please ask that children are left at home. Please look at the schedule and find a time that works for you! We will train you if you have not volunteered in the past, it’s very simple.
The book fair is open Wednesday 7:30am-7pm, Thursday 7:30am-7pm and Friday 7:30am-9:15am.
School Shirts
We are currently taking orders for school shirts, we have attached our order form and we have some in the front office.  School Shirts are $8.00 each (+2.00 for 2XL). We accept cash, check or credit.  Checks should be made out to Eagle Valley Elementary. Credit must be done in person, in the school office. Please return form and payment to the office by Oct. 3rd.  We also purchase shirts at cost in order to make it as affordable for parents and students as possible.
SCC needs one more parent volunteer to join them. What is SCC? SCC is the Schools Community Council. School improvements are the responsibility of everyone. SCC is one way we can work together to make our school more successful. Every year we come up with a greatest academic need for the school year. Then we come up with a plan and help act on how to utilize that plan. Our school receives funds from our states trust lands and only the SCC can decide where those funds go to assist our greatest academic need. Our SCC is an advisory board that consists of the principle, assigned teacher(s) and parents. It is overseen by our local school board. We encourage more participation and diversity in our SCC to help us run more smoothly and effectively. If you want more info feel free to let us know or ask our SCC president Jennifer Davis [email protected]
Learning Through Robotics
A Message From Lego Robotics:
Eagle Valley Elementary and Learning Through Robotics is inviting
ALL STUDENTS on a Fun, Creative and STEM filled adventure in
Building, Design, Programming and Robotics.
In this HANDS-ON approach to STEM learning, your student will experience Everything from making lego windmills that spin to programming a robot
To complete a task.
We are offering a NINE WEEK CLASS for one hour each week in our Afterschool Program. Our FINAL CLASS will be TWO HOURS long and parents are invited.
WHAT IS THE COST: $69 per student
*We are not collecting payment or registering students at this time.
We teach GRADES 1 THROUGH 6, and believe that ROBOTICS can help EVERY STUDENT Become better critical thinkers, collaborators and problem solvers. And better FUTURE COLLEGE STUDENTS too!
Please respond to the survey below if you are planning to sign up YOUR STUDENT.
Once we get numbers of interested students and grades, classes will be set up and registration forms will be sent out.
We have had a number of bikes and scooters reported stolen.  As a school we highly recommend that kids lock up their bike/scooter.  Sometimes kids accidently take other students bike not realizing it and they usually return them the next day.
Watch Dog Program
If you are a dad who can volunteer in the classroom and/or during lunch in the playground then we want you to be a “Watch Dog.”  The background fee has been dropped to $35 so we hope this will help encourage more dads to volunteer. Come talk to our secretary about how to sign up.
Charleston Wrap Fundraiser
Be on the lookout for fliers with further information on this fundraiser.

District: Alpine School District
District Web Site: www.alpineschools.org
State: UT
District Code: 01

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Preview YouTube video Reflections Promo Video- Heroes Around Me

Reflections Promo Video- Heroes Around Me


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