Eagle News and Notes

December 14, 2018

Read on for more information about...

  • Upcoming Dates
  • Lost and Found
  • Updates from our PTO
  • and more!

December 18 - 3rd Grade Field Trip; PTO Meeting Canceled

December 20 - Dr. Goodman's Auggie Talk from the book Wonder with 3rd and 4th grade

December 21 - Last Student Day Before Winter Break; End of Second Quarter; Winter Parties

January 7 - First Day of School after Winter Break!

January 7-25 -NWEA Winter Testing Window

January 15 - Amore Dining to Donate 5-9 PM

January 21 - MLK Jr National Holiday -No School

January 22-25 - 1st Grade OLSAT *

January 22 - PTO Meeting @ 7:00 pm; WhichWich (Michigan Rd) Dining to Donate

January 23 - Dad's Club Meeting 7 PM


*The OLSAT is administered to students in grades 1 and 3. This test is given orally to 1st graders in January and on the computer to 3rd grade students in December and is used specifically to measure abilities related to success in school, testing critical thinking and reasoning skills. The OLSAT is intended to test memory, speed of thought and ability to see relationships and patterns. Scores are normed based upon a child’s age in months rather than grade level in school and will be posted on each child’s Power School account after scoring has been completed. For more information please contact Mrs. Radivan.

Lost and Found

Please encourage your students to look at our lost and found. We have posted pictures on the Eagle Elementary School Facebook page as well. Our lost and found has no names on it. Please write your child's name on the tag of hats, gloves, jackets, lunch boxes, and on water bottles. The staff is good at checking for names and returning lost items to students.
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Drive with Caution

Please exercise caution as you drive on the streets surrounding Eagle. Although we have folks directing traffic near the school entrance and a crossing guard ensuring safe passage at our crosswalk, it is still important for drivers to follow all posted street signs. There may be times when a safety partner is directing traffic and motions for you to proceed through an intersection. A complete stop at a stop sign is expected on all other occasions. In addition to a number of stop signs, we do have posted school zone speed limits and even a one way street.

Help keep our families safe by allowing plenty of time in the morning and using caution as you drive in the neighborhood.

Upcoming Events

A Message from our PTO


  • Thank you to all who donated to our cookie exchange today, it was greatly appreciated by everyone!



  • 1/15 Amoré dining night 5-9


  • 1/22 WhichWich Michigan Road




Kristie Goehausen

PTO President

ptoeaglezcs@gmail.com

From the Clinic

The following is an excerpt from our Elementary Student/Parent Handbook:


In order to minimize the spread of infection, please do not send your student to school when ill. The following guidelines may help you determine when it is safe to return your child to school:

A. Temperature below 100 degrees for 24 hours without medication

B. No vomiting for 24 hours and able to tolerate a bland diet

C. Diarrhea free for 24 hours

D. Lessening of “acute cold symptoms” such as a persistent cough, or excessive “runny nose”


If your child has been prescribed an antibiotic, please consult with the physician regarding when the student will no longer be contagious and is able to return to school. Normally 24-36 hours of antibiotic therapy is required to meet this criterion

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School Lunch Information

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR VOLUNTEERS

We value partnerships with our families and welcome parents and guardians to serve as volunteers in our schools. Each ZCS building offers a wide variety of volunteer opportunities.

Examples include:

  • Field Trip Chaperones

  • Out of Town/Overnight Chaperones

  • Tutors

  • Volunteer Coaches

  • Classroom Helpers (PTO parties/room parents)

  • Library Helpers

  • After Prom Workers

  • Field Day/Jog-A-Thon Volunteers

  • Book Fair Sales/Athletic Ticket Sales

During the school day, all volunteers are expected to sign in at the front office. Prior to the volunteer opportunity, all volunteers must sign a Non-disclosure Acknowledgement Form and have successfully completed a Full Criminal History Background Check. Necessary background check paperwork is available on the ZCS website at the Volunteers/BRAVO link and should be submitted at least 10 days prior to the intended volunteer date. Volunteers must also view the state mandated confidentiality/bullying video, provided on the Volunteer/BRAVO website. The volunteer will pay the fee* for the full background check which will expire after 5 years. The link to apply for the full background check can be accessed on the Volunteers/BRAVO link on the ZCS main webpage. For more information, contact the Volunteer/BRAVO Coordinator.

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR VISITORS

During the school day, all visitors must enter via the front door and sign-in at the front office. Visitors need to be prepared to present a government issued photo ID which will be scanned against the National Sex Offender Registry. All visitors will be issued a visitor badge/tag to be worn inside the building at all times.

Examples Include:

  • Lunch Guests

  • Classroom Guest Speakers

  • Classroom Special Events (Grandparent Day/Famous Hoosiers/etc.)

  • Parent/Teacher Conferences

We ask that all visitors schedule an appointment to meet with teachers, counselors, administrators and all other staff members so that we may best serve everyone. Visitors other than parents/guardians must be prearranged and organized through the main office.

*ZCS thanks all volunteers for generous support of our youth and schools. Thank you, too, for supporting assurance of student and staff safety by completing and paying for a volunteer background check.