Eagle News and Notes

February 8, 2019

Extravaganza Time!

As you know, Friday March 1 is our big family event and a fundraiser to fund school projects such as teacher grants for classroom materials, shark dissection, free enrichment clubs for all students, and more. You can sign up here to help make the night a success.

New to Extravaganza? This is an easy way for anyone to help out! Consider signing up for alternating shifts with your spouse and let the kids enjoy the carnival. And we need LOTS of bakers for our famous Cake Walk; check it out here:

https://eaglepto.ivolunteer.com/extravaganza_2019


  • Please remember to donate to your class baskets by the middle of February! Sign ups have gone out via all our wonderful teachers.

REJECT - Join me February 26th!

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Science and Engineering Fair!

Congratulations to all of our Science and Engineering Fair participants! We saw so many incredible projects and the evidence of much hard work and creative thinking. Thank you also to Mrs. Haas, STEM Coach, for organizing the fair.

Below are are the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place award recipients at each grade level. Our 3rd and 4th grade 1st, 2nd and 3rd place recipients will have the opportunity to participate in the regional Science and Engineering Fair next month.




PreK/Kindergarten

1st Heidi Schutt

2nd Andrew Goehausen

3rd Niomi Haas

First Grade

1st Colin Goetz and 1st Vivaan Chandra

2nd Nathan Foreman and 2nd Coraline Noonan & Charlotte Vincent

3rd Zoe Rissing

Second Grade

1st Roman Donofrio & Jack Ulbright

2nd Jackson Noonan

3rd Leonardo Carbonara

Third Grade

1st Praneel Daliboyina & Austin Oakley

2nd Tommy Pedersen & Callum Weber

3rd Aubrey Cambell

Fourth Grade

1st Clara Carlson & Mia Seiler and 1st Minna Vens

2nd Alyssa Enerson

3rd Reagan Poetz and 3rd Olivia Callahan, Madeline Callahan, Arleen Reynolds

Showdown at Resource Ranch

This year Eagle Elementary is participating in an energy conservation program from Duke Energy. Third and Fourth graders will join Duke Energy on February 22nd, to learn about green living and saving energy in the "Showdown at Resource Ranch". The younger Eagles will hear about the program during their Media Specials. If 100 families at our school request the FREE kit, we'll automatically win $250 for our school. The kids will bring home a flyer from Duke Energy where families can request their free energy kit that contains items to save energy at home. Please help us to encourage our children to look what they can do to help conserve energy at home.
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Hello from your Eagle Elementary Student Council!

Reuse Heart and Sole is our first service project of the year, and we hope you can help us out. For each pair of shoes donated, your child will get their name in a drawing to have a fun 'brain break' in the gym for their class (sponsored and ran by student council) Thank you in advance for your generosity.

Upcoming Events

February 1-19 - Reuse Heart & Sole

February 2 - Super Saturday Cornhole Tournament hosted by the Dad's Club 9:00-11:00 @ Eagle

February 5 - Hot Chocolate Day at Recess

February 6 - Eagle Science and Engineering Fair

February 11-15 - Box Tops Collection

February 12 - Dine to Donate at El Toro

February 14 - Valentine's Day Parties (See note below)

February 18-19 - Presidents Day and Teacher Work Day; No School

March 1 - Eagle Extravaganza

March 7 - Wellness Night @5:30

PTO NEWS

Bid Numbers are available sign up for your bid number with the google doc below:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSegNJqgwhiXpVFUfGs1y2iToGNJ_5l5Xiay4ksJylMU5HYzMQ/viewform


Box Top Collection

February 11th -15th. The Class with the most box tops wins a pizza party! we Please volunteer to count box tops-here is the link to sign up-

https://eaglepto.ivolunteer.com/boxtoplabel2_2018



February 12 El Toro Dining Night, Take-Out too!

Did you know our local restaurants support our school? Let's support them too! El Toro is donating a portion of their proceeds Tuesday February 12 to Eagle Elementary; let's fill the house and keep the take-out line bustling! Thanks for supporting our school AND local restaurants.

National School Counselor's Week!

We are thankful for Mrs. Radivan each and everyday here at Eagle! She does so much for our staff, students and families. Happy School Counselor's Week!
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Little League Baseball and Softball Registration Now Open!

Register online at www.zionsvillelittleleague.org

The Early Bird Special registration rate ends at midnight Thursday February 7. Act now to save $50 on registration fees.

Little League baseball is open to children born August 31, 2013 or earlier.

Little League softball is open to children born December 31, 2012 or earlier.

Opening Day is Saturday April 13 and the recreation season ends June 15. Players involved in All-Stars will play into July.

For more information about Zionsville Little League: Email news@zionsvillelittleleague.org

Like ZLL on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/zionsvillell

Follow ZLL on Twitter at https://www.twitter.com/zionsvillell or @zionsvillel

School Delays and Closing Information

Reminder: Although we hope to avoid mother nature's fickle ways, we are prepared for weather that foils our school day schedule. Our next school closing due to inclement weather will be an e-day.


Click Here to view pertinent information about our e-day solution to make-ups and delay schedules.

Valentine's Day Parties

We look forward to celebrating Valentine's Day with our students at their classroom parties on Thursday, February 14th. This is a wonderful opportunity for us to emphasize the life skills of friendship and kindness with all of our students.


As you are preparing Valentine cards to share with classmates, please prepare cards void of candy. Regretfully, we will be unable to pass out the candy. We have many students with food sensitivities and allergies and as always, our main goal is to keep everyone safe.


If you elect to purchase cards that have contain something extra attached to them, please ensure they are inedible. This could include pencils, erasers, stickers, etc. Thank you for ensuring that all students can have a safe and fun celebration.

ZCS Food Service

ZCS Food Service positions now available at several of our ZCS cafeterias. Click here to apply directly and call 317-733-4804 with any questions!

Come join our team and meet us via this awesome (one click) video!

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.