May 1, 2019
Eastview Elementary School Times
Eagles Don't Just Fly, We S.O.A.R!
Give me an S! S how Self-Control
Give me an O! O vercome Challenges
Give me an A! A ccept Responsibility
Give me an R! R espect Self, Others, and Property

"WE SOAR, I SOAR, EAGLES SOAR!!"
Join us for a Celebration of Learning May 23rd
The week of May 20th thru May 24th will be a great week at Eastview, as it is our Reading Spirit Week. We will have special Dress Up Days to celebrate learning. Students will write book reviews to help them create their summer reading lists. The Book Fair will be here, and we invite you to join your student for our Special Person Lunch!
Thursday, May 23
5:30-7:30 PM at Eastview Elementary

  Come walk the halls and enjoying seeing some of your student’s
many accomplishments this year!

·   5th Grade will present a nostalgic look at “Writing Through the Years”

·   4th Grade Foreign Country Writing Projects will be displayed

·   The “Reading Around the World” Book Fair will be open

·   Pizza and other goodies will be available to purchase

·   Enjoy an AMAZING student Talent Show, starting at 7:00

·   Try out our awesome S.T.E.A.M. Science activities

·   Bid on some unique gifts made from recycled materials

·   Play with your family in our new GaGa Ball pit

Visit our website and Facebook page for book recommendations throughout the week, and watch students reading their published pieces!
 





Congratulations to our amazing Forensics Team who represented Eastview at the Regional Competition in Delevan.
Each student showed what it takes to SOAR!

Thursday, May 2
Let's share our Wisconsin spirit with our 4th graders! Feel free to wear Badger gear or red to the spring concert.
"B" IS FOR BADGER!
 Online shopping will be available May 15-28,
and books ship free to the school!
Look at all of these Math Bowl participants! Eastview was well-represented, and made us Eagle-proud. All of the students pictured below placed at the competition - WOW! Nice job!





Way to go Eagles!!

#mathwizards

PLEASE READ THIS IMPORTANT SAFETY MESSAGE!

ALL visitors to Eastview, including parents, MUST check-in at the Office and get a Yellow tag so that all school personnel will recognize they are in the building with approval.This is for the safety and security of all children and staff.

If you are going to be volunteering at Eastview, whether for field trips, PTO events, or classroom help (and we thank you for that!) the District Administration requires a background check to be processed. Forms are available on-line or you may call the Eastview Office to request one. Please note that the District Office needs 2 weeks to process each form, so please plan accordingly.
Background checks are good for 3 years, so if you are unsure of whether you are still approved, you may call Eastview at 262-348-6000.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Check out Mrs. Schoofield's beatniks at the Cool Cats Cafe!
As part of their writing unit, students put on a poetry cafe for Mrs. Nocek's class and special visitors.
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REMINDER!
NO SCHOOL ON
MONDAY, MAY 27

Congratulations to Mrs. Turk's 4th grade class for winning
the March Box Top Challenge!

For their reward, these students chose some extra gym time
with Mr. Kirst!

Keep those box tops coming!


The  Tellonym app  is a new dangerous app that allows students (and strangers) to receive feedback anonymously online from others. The Tellonym app can be linked to a user’s Instagram, Snapchat, or Twitter account, allowing students to get inbound anonymous messages from their friends (and strangers). When teens connect anonymous apps to their Instagram or Snapchat, they open themselves up to being targeted by strangers across platforms (and bullying/threats from people they may not know) .

This app is NOT safe for your students to use (at any age).   

Practicing good digital citizenship is essential to being a responsible member of the online community. Click on the link below for a helpful review of many of the websites and digital apps that are popular with young people.
Wednesday, May 1
5:30-6:30 PM LG District Anthology Reception at Lake Geneva Middle School

Thursday, May 2
6:00-7:00 PM 4th Grade Concert in Eastview Gym

Tuesday, May 7
6:00-8:00 PM 5th-8th Grade Band Concert at Lake Geneva Middle School

Wednesday, May 8
5:30 - 6:00 PM 5th Grade Parent Night at Lake Geneva Middle School

Thursday, May 9
NO EARLY RELEASE
6:00-6:30 PM Parent Night for Incoming 4th Graders at Eastview

Tuesday, May 14
6:00-8:00 PM 4th-8th Grade Orchestra Concert at Lake Geneva Middle School

Mo nday-Friday, May 20-24
Book Fair, Special Person Lunch, and Reading Week! Book Fair will be open
8:00-8:35 AM & 11:20 AM-1:10 PM

Monday, May 20
3:00-7:15 PM Band Instrument Rental Night at Lake Geneva Middle School

Wednesday, May 22
4:00-5:00 PM Track Meet at Lake Geneva Middle School

Thursday, May 23
5:30-7:30 PM Celebration of Learning Night at Eastview
Book Fair will be open for business!

Monday, May 27
MEMORIAL DAY, NO SCHOOL

Wednesday, May 29
All books are due back to the Library

Thursday, May 30
4:30-6:30 PM Orchestra Instrument Rental Night at LG Middle School
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Bus Expectations

  • Use respectful language
  • Listen to the driver
  • Follow directions
  • Report unsafe behavior to the driver or adult
  • Hands and feet to yourself
  • Be a good friend - Practice Kindness!
  • Sit in seat and face forward

Please share with your children!
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B e sure to check out our Facebook page, Eastview Library
@ Eastview Library
IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER!

Friday, May 24 is the last day to take A.R. quizzes

Friday, May 24 Popcorn Friday! Proceeds will be used to order books for the Library.
Popcorn poppers needed ! Please let the office know if you can help that day

Wednesday, May 29 ALL books are due back to the library
Parent & Student Reminders

MORNING DROP OFF INFORMATION:
Just a reminder that, for the safety of your student, please do NOT drop your student off before 8:15 a.m. There is no student supervision before that time.

PICK-UP INFORMATION:
If you are picking up your child at the end of the day, and do not normally do so, please be sure to call the office at 262-348-6000 before 2:45 PM to let us know.

WHEN TO KEEP YOUR CHILD HOME FROM SCHOOL:
  • Vomiting and/or Diarrhea within 24 hours of coming to school
  • Fever of 100.4 or higher
  • Severe sore throat that lasts more than 48 hours
  • Severe ear pain
  • An uncontrollable cough
  • Severe headache
  • Significant rash, especially if other symptoms are present
  • Large amounts of discolored nasal discharge

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