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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.

2017-2018 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.

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Watch the video to learn about Standards Based Report Cards.

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Food Drive Dec 4th-8th

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Winter Break Dec 21-Jan 2

Upcoming Events:

December 5th-8th Drama: School Play Auditions, 3:35 *see note below*

December 4th Student Council Food Drive Begins

December 8th Student Council Food Drive Ends

December 9th Elementary Ballroom Competition *our team competes noon-2pm*

December 11th Student Council Spirit Week

December 11th Fundraiser Delivery-Wrapping Paper pick up 8am-3:30pm

December 13th Choir Holiday Performance, 6:30pm PTA provides refreshments

December 13th PTA Meeting, 10am, conference room

December 14th Parenting Class: Parenting children through Stress and Adversity *see attachment

December 15th Fifth Grade State Fair Displays

December 19th Winter Sing, parents invited at 9:30 or 1:00

December 19th PTA Box top contest for December ends

December 20th Common Day-all students 1st-6th grade 9:15-1:00, K and PreK- no school

December 20th School lunch menu change: corn dog or chicken sandwich

December 21st-Jan. 2nd Winter Break

January 5th Fourth Grade Aquarium presentation

January 8th Second Grade RAD Kids class begins

January 8th PTA Family Science Night, 5-7pm

January 10th PTA Meeting, 10am, conference room

January 15th No School-Human Rights Day

January 23rd School Community Council (SCC), 1:00, conference room

January 31st PTA Monthly Box Top Contest ends

February 7th-8th Parent Teacher Conferences

Notes and News:

Character Trait: Service

Our December character trait is: Service

Support our student council food drive December 4th-December 8th! Bring a can or two of food and place in the grade level bins. See the attached flyer for information about items the food bank really needs. Thank you for supporting the Utah Food Bank and our student council.

Box Top Contest

The November box top class winner is Mrs. Peterson‘s first grade class! They brought in a total of 690 box tops. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to our school box top contest so far.

We are holding another contest for the month of December. The last day to turn in box Tops for this month is Tuesday, December 19th. Remember to send in box tops with your child’s name and the teacher’s name. We receive 10 cents for each box top we submit.

Thanks again for your support of Eagle Valley Elementary. –EVE PTA

PTA Reflections Contest Winners

Several of our student advanced to the Regional Councils level with their work. We want to congratulate Anne Davies for placing first place with her art piece titled “Sky.” Oliver Harmon placed second with his art piece titled, “My Inventions are within reach.” Also, Ruby Romig placed 3rd with her literature titled “Within My Reach.” Congratulations, and thanks for your hard work!

After School Drama Program

Auditions–December 5th-8th, 3:35-4:35

The fourth, fifth and sixth graders are welcome to participate in this year’s production! Opportunities to participate are listed below:

Actors

Singers

Dancers

Stage Crew

Costumes

Scenery

Tuesday: A Track students audition

Wednesday: B Track students audition

Thursday: Callbacks

Students should come to auditions with their packet filled out completely. Auditions will be closed to

the public to keep the stress level, and noise level, at a minimum. Thank you for your understanding.

Cas casting letters will be sent out on Monday, December 11th, the only practices prior to Winter Break will be December 12th & 14th.

Winter Sing:

Wednesday, December 19th 9:30am or 1:00pm. Please choose the time that fits your schedule best. Please enter through the outside gym doors. Grade levels will rotate through performing a holiday song on the stage steps in the gym. Please remain seated until the last performers have exited the gym. The program is only about 30 minutes long. Parents need to exit the gym through the outside doors at the end of the performance. Thank you!

Student Council Spirit Week

Monday, 12/11 – Holiday/Crazy Sock Day (wear Christmas, crazy, or mismatched socks)

Tuesday, 12/12 – Sports Day (wear your favorite team jersey, T-Shirt or Hat)

Wednesday 12/13 – Future Day (dress like something/someone you want to be when you grow up)

Thursday, 12/14 – Holiday Hat/Crazy Hat/Any Hat (wear a Santa hat, Crazy hat, or your favorite baseball cap)

Friday, 12/15 – School / Holiday Colors (wear your school T-shirt, school colors, or Red & Green)

Krispy Kreme-Donuts for Grades

Rules:

1. Reward system is for the Orem store only (in ASD boundaries).

2. Grades K-6 only.

3. STANDARDS: A Mastery score of a 3 (Standard Mastery) is acceptable for the reward, as that is our goal for every child. 4’s, of course, will receive the reward as well.

4. Six (6) donut maximum per student/per current report card. Report Cards from previous years will not be accepted.

5. Student MUST be present with actual report card (to be stamped upon receiving donuts) in order to receive reward. Digital (phone, iPad, screenshot pics, etc.) will not be accepted as they can’t track those. Parents who show up without students will not receive report card rewards.

Thank you to this amazing community business partner that is reinforcing academic achievement of our students!

Review News:

Latinos in Action-Literacy Tutoring

Starting in January we are excited to partner with Latinos in Action from Frontier Middle School. This amazing group of middle school students will be coming to Eagle Valley to provide reading tutoring to some of our students weekly.

Miss Eagle Mountain: Donate Shoes

Sara Hafen, Miss Eagle Mountain, is collecting shoes and she needs your help! The shoes will be donated to Burkina Faso, Africa. Please bring donations to the bin in the front entry of the school. Any questions can be emailed to Sara Hafen at [email protected] . All donations are greatly appreciated!

Cold Weather and Staying Inside

Please make sure your child comes dressed for the cold weather. We will be outside if the temperature, wind chill, ice, and air quality allow for outside play. We do not have supervision for students to stay inside, please do not ask for exceptions. Fresh air is good for our students and they need to be able to get outside for physical activity. We will monitor outdoor conditions carefully. Remember if you see a red flag outside on the building or the monument sign you will know that we will start the day as an “inside” day because of adverse weather or playground conditions. Remember to mark hats, coats, and gloves with your child’s names.

District and Community News:

Westlake Ballroom Kids’ Camp

See the attached flyer for the kids’ ballroom camp and performance. This is a great opportunity to let your child get an introduction to ballroom dance. **see attachment

Parenting Children through Stress and Adversity

December 14th parent class. *See attached flyer

Westlake Annual Community Christmas Jar Service Project

At Westlake High School we have an annual community service project which will be happening soon and we would like you to participate. Our service project is called Christmas Jars. We raise money to give back into the Westlake community. Last year we raised over $25,000 and help over 30 families have a better Christmas. This year are goal is $30,000.

Spirit Nights

Dec. 4th -Chubby’s Fundraising Night (All day mention Westlake Highschool)

Dec. 5th -7th Christmas in Color Fundraiser (@all locations, you have to order tickets online, use promo code “Westlakeincolor”)

Dec. 8th- Chipotle Fundraising Night( 4-9pm @AF, mention Westlake Highschool)

Dec. 11th – Costa Vida Fundraising Night (5-9pm @ Saratoga, mention Westlake)

Stuff the Jar Night Clubs and teams from Westlake will create a booth for people to come and participate in. It will be on Dec. 12th from 6-8pm. It will be held at Westlake Highschool. Bring your cash and fill the donation jars at each booth.

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/

United Way-Sub for Santa

If you would like to donate or if your family needs help with Christmas this year, please contact United Way Sub for Santa.

https://unitedwayuc.org/get-involved/sub-for-santa

 

 

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