Eagle Vision News

12/2/22

Dear Centerville Elementary Friends,

A reminder: this newsletter is interactive. There are a couple videos embedded. Be sure to click on "VIEW IN BROWSER" and you will be able to access more of the cool features.


Welcome to December! We hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving with their loved ones. We are excited for our upcoming school play! Be sure to get your tickets soon, we may sell out.

Thanks for your patience with our late start snow days, we are glad that everyone can be safe.

We continue to emphasize student safety, particularly during during the drop-off and pickup times of the day. Please, please remind your student to use care and caution anytime they are crossing or near roads.

We sent out a survey last week but our link was not working, sorry about that. The link has been corrected. Please share your opinion, we would appreciate it.

Finally, congrats to our 4th graders who have worked hard on their program. Great job!

Also, boundary variance requests are open now through Friday the 17th of February.

Together We Soar!

Upcoming Dates

December 8, 9, 10, & 12 School Play - Scrooge (see Flyer)

December 15 Ski Utah 5th grade registration form due

December 20 Christmas Sing-a-long

December 21-January 3 Winter Break

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We want your opinion....please take this interest survey!

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We like to play in the snow, please remind us to dress warm!

4th grade UTAH Program

Check out our lost and found...please take home your items!

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PAL & SPECTRUM PROGRAM

We have at our school what is called the “Spectrum” Program, which is a full-time program for high-ability learners. This program contains a challenging curriculum with an emphasis on higher level critical and creative thinking skills including depth, complexity and rigor. The Pals program, which is not held at our school, is specifically for grades 1-3 while the Spectrum Program is for grades 4-6.

Who should apply? Current K-5 students who consistently demonstrate above average academic ability and would benefit from learning in a faster paced environment with their cognitive peers. These programs offer a challenging curriculum with an emphasis on higher level critical and creative thinking skills including depth, complexity, and rigor.

The main testing window for 2-5th grades is in October-November and for K-1st grade in November-December. Between January and March we continue to test on a case by case basis. Placement for students begins in April.

For more information see the Davis Enhanced Education Program web page: https://www.davis.k12.ut.us/academics/gifted-talented/elementary

Click on CogAT Testing Application under the Elementary tab and then click on PAL or SPECTRUM TESTING APPLICATION.

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Weekly Lunch Menu - ** menu subject to change when items are not available.

CLICK HERE FOR THE MENU

Reminder that lunch is $2.05 unless you are qualified for free or reduced lunch.
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