January 1, 2020
Eastview Elementary School Times

* 2020 *
Wishing everyone in our Eastview community
a happy and healthy New Year!

We are very excited to share the news that we have been gifted a
BUDDY BENCH! Our kind and generous neighbors at Scherrer Construction designed and built it just for us, and our Student Council members were
happy to receive it on behalf of our school community.
We are grateful for the thoughtful donation. Our students will use it well!

Our Lady Eagles Basketball Team really hustled when they met for two games against Star Center! They played hard, showed
good sportsmanship,
and made us proud.
Nice job, girls!
WOW! Our Winter Band and Orchestra concerts were AMAZING! What a wonderful way to get into the Holiday spirit, carried away
on the wings of our
hard-working musicians.
Thank you, students, for the joy you brought to all of the friends and family who gathered to listen to you play. You rock!

Our 5th Graders presented a beautiful evening of Winter Song for family and friends.
We are fortunate to have such a wonderful music department working so hard to bring us holiday JOY!


Monday, January 6
Back to school!
Winter Clubs begin this week, see complete calendar for details.

Tuesday, January 14
1:15 District Spelling Bee
5:30 School Board Meeting at District Administration Building

Friday, January 17

Friday, January 24
4th Grade Field Trip

Santa came for selfies with those students who brought non-perishable items for the food pantry last month! Sponsored by Student Council, the effort yielded several boxes overflowing with food for those less fortunate. Well done, Eastview!
Our Music Department has some treats
in store for you later this Winter!

Tuesday, February 18
6:00 5th-8th Band Concert

Tuesday, February 25
6:00 4th-12th Orchestra Concert



MARCH 23-27
Every week, Mrs. Zigler draws 5 names from our Character Ticket bucket, and those 5 special friends receive a certificate in recognition of their outstanding character, as recognized by teachers and school staff. Congratulations to all!

Our fundraising efforts have resulted in nearly $2000 this year! Our goal is to raise $3000, which will go towards funding field trips for the kids.
Stay tuned, as we plan to host several more fundraising events, hopefully at area restaurants, as well as the Spring Book Fair.
Flyers will go home with more info as our plans come together for a great 2020 here at Eastview!

Please add Eastview's phone number to your
phone's contacts list, so you will know it is
your child's school calling. Thank you!
  • 8:20 Supervision starts, and students may arrive at school
  • 8:20-8:35 Walking Club on the playground lot
  • 8:20-8:35 Breakfast is served
  • 8:35 Students enter the building to start their day
  • 8:40 Instruction begins
  • 3:37 Pick ups and walkers are dismissed
  • 3:40 Bus students are dismissed
For the safety of our students, please ALWAYS observe the following:

  • Do NOT use the bus lane. The crosswalk is used all day long, and students need to be able to cross safely.
  • Please do NOT park in the "No Parking" zones by the islands, as this creates traffic flow issues.
  • If using Sage Street for drop off or pick up, please park your car and meet your students at the top of the hill. We do not have crossing guards to cross the children at that intersection.
End of the Day Transportation!!

End of the day bus and pick-up changes must be made
no later than 3:00 PM.

While we make every effort to notify teachers of changes, it is most effective if a note is sent with your child in their Agenda.

I f you are going to be volunteering at Eastview, (field trips, PTO events, classroom help, etc.) the District Administration requires a background check to be processed. Forms are available on-line or you can call the Eastview office to request a form. Please note that the District Office needs
2 weeks to process each form.

Background checks are good for 3 years, so if you are unsure of whether you are still approved, you can call Eastview at 262-348-6000.
Thank you for your understanding and consideration.
In January, the focus in Library is research . We will learn and use a model for research called  The Big 6 . In primary grades, the program is called The Super 3, with only three steps for research.
See this link for details about the 6 Steps :

"It is an awfully sad misconception that librarians simply check books in and out. The library is the heart of a school, and without a librarian, it is but an empty shell."
Jarrett J. Krosoczka , author of The Lunch Lady and the Platypus Police Squad series
Connect to our library’s website at
Click on Schools,
Eastview Elementary.
Our School: Library– Destiny. 
Check us out on Facebook.
Eastview Library @EastviewLibrary
Important information regarding student health and welfare and helpful information about when to keep your student home, administering medications at school, and the district's cough drop policy.
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