Eagleville Elementary-Eagles Nest

Dr. Harmer Principal 5/15/20

Eaglevile Weekly Update from Dr. Harmer

Hello Eagleville Families,

Thank you for the response to "Superhero Week". Please check out the photos below for pictures of some our Eagleville Superheors! Next week is "Beach Week", so send me a picture of yourself or your family in your beach gear. Be creative and past pictures of some family time on the beach are welcome of course. You can Email pictures to kharmer@methacton.org

It is my pleasure to introduce our newly elected Home and School Board for the 2020-2021 School Year.

Jodi Kohar & Beth Derewal- Co-Presidents

Tracey Gemzik- Vice President

Chrissy Sirianni- Recording Secretary

Noelle Mullen - Corresponding Secretary

Many thanks to Betty Nascimento (President) and Michelle Price (Vice President) for their service on the Eagleville Home and School Board.

Dr. Harmer

Stay safe and #EaglevilleStrong!

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Elementary Virtual Field Day Information

Please read the attached letter so you can prepare and gather some household items to participate in the Virtual Field Day which will be held the weeks of May 18th and 25th. Good luck, and read the letter carefully if you are participating. Please send me some pictures also from your Field Day to share kharmer@methacton.org

Eagleville Superheros!

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24 Math Problems of the Week New Cards Below for 5-8-20

Math 24 is a mental math game that challenges you to use the 4 numbers on the card using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division (Not necessarily all four operations every card) to get to 24. Your solution must use all 4 numbers and have three steps. You can only use the numbers once! For example:

Four numbers are 7, 1, 1, and 4.

Solution: Always give last step first: 6 x 4=24

Step One: 7 -1 =6

Step Two: 4 x 1 =4

Final Step: 6 x 4 =24


So now that you know how to play, try the attached cards, remember there are usually many different paths to get to 24:

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School Counselor News

Most businesses have something in common to help them succeed. Meetings! Meetings to communicate concerns, problem solve or set goals. But what about meetings with our families, the people we care most about in the world? It can often be difficult to communicate with our families out of fear of hurting feelings or afraid we won’t be heard. Especially during this time of isolation, communication may be most important. Check out this link to see how you can incorporate Family Meetings to strengthen your family dynamics. https://www.rootsofaction.com/family-meetings​. Contact me with any questions or concerns. Lori Shaw, School Counselor LShaw@methacton.org

Mrs. Cramer-School Nurse Office Hours