Welcome To Your September Eastview Elementary School Newsletter
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Scenes from the First Day!
Important Eastview Times
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  • 8:15 Supervision starts and students may arrive at school.
  • 8:15-8:40 Breakfast is served
  • 8:30 Students start their day
  • 3:32 Pick up and Walkers are dismissed
  • 3:35 Bus students are dismissed
Parking Lot Procedures
For a the safety of our students here are a few tips when using our parking lot:

  • Please do not use the bus lane. The crosswalk is used all day long and student need to be able to cross safely.
  • Please do not park in the "No Parking" zones by the islands (near the dumpsters).
  • If using Sage street for drop off or pick up, please park your car and meet your students on at the top of the hill. We do not have crossing guards to cross the children at that intersection.
Tips from our Math and Reading Interventionists
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Dear Families,

Here are some fun ways to promote reading at home:
 
  • Take books on long car rides or when waiting for an appointment.
  • Talk about what your child is reading and ask questions about the story.
  • Encourage your child to use reading strategies such as visualizing, summarizing, predicting, and self-monitoring.
  • Remember reading can include fiction books, information, magazines, graphic novels, cookbooks, etc..
 
You can encourage your child to read books he or she gets from the local library or ones she/he has at home. Rummage sales are also great places to find books.
 
Go Reading!
Dawn Webster
Reading Specialist
 
 
 
Dear Families,

Welcome Back to School! I hope everyone has had a fun and relaxing summer and are ready to get back to work!

Fourth grade students will begin the year reviewing addition, subtraction, and place value concepts. Waking our brain up to those memorized multiplication facts and learning the ones not memorized, will also be a big push the first few weeks of school. You can help your child prepare by getting out those flash cards, complete some adding and subtracting problems, and trying some of the websites listed below!

Fifth grade students will jump feet first into fractions the first month of school. Knowing their math facts will make fractions so much easier, so get out those flashcards and get those facts back fresh! There are some great fraction websites listed below to help review previously learned content. Cooking and baking are also great ways to practice fractions! YUM!

Sheppard Software – Great resource for many math concepts
Multiplication.com – Fact practice
Math Playground – Great resource for many math concepts
Math-Play.com – Also, many resources

Sincerely,
Cheryl Shirk
Math Interventionist
 

Nurse's Corner
Welcome back!! Please click on the link above to read about our policies for the Nurses office. In addition to that this year we ask that students do not bring cough drops to school. If you feel your child needs something please just send a bottle of water. Thank you. Please call with any further questions.
Our New Staff Members
PTO
Box Tops are due by September 29th. Please drop off in your classroom.
Events for September
Starting Monday September 11th, Cross Country will be Monday, Wednesday and Thursday throughout September from 3:35 to 4:35.
Early Release - Next Week!


Early Release is on September 14th dismissal is at 1:35
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