Bobcat Bulletin

Week of Feb. 8th

Principal Petrick Message

Hello Bobcat Families,

I wanted to highlight our Curbside Book Checkout that is up and running and ready for families to utilize at their convenience. Here's how it works:

1. Use our Destiny Discover program to place holds on books you'd like to check out.

2. Your books will be placed in the entryway of FVES for pick up between 1:30p.m. on Wednesdays and 5p.m. on Fridays.

3. Enjoy reading your books! When you are done, bring them back and put them into the book return bin.

More info below! If you have questions you can reach our Media Center Specialist, Cindy Brehm at

Have a great weekend,

Mr. Petrick

Curbside Book Checkout

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FVES Library Curbside Pick Up - Begins Feb. 8th

Starts; Wednesday, Feb. 3rd

When can I start placing Holds? Now!

When will my books be available to pick up? Every Wednesday from 1:30pm until Friday at 5pm.

Where do I pick up and drop off books? Next to the main entrance doors of the school.

How many books am I allowed to check out? 2 books at a time. Make sure to only place holds on available books!

When is the deadline to place a hold? Any holds placed by 10am on Wednesday will be available for pick up that same day (Wednesday) starting at 1:30pm until Friday at 5pm.

How will I know if I have any books on my account? A computer-generated email will be emailed to you bi-weekly if you have any books on your account.

How long can I keep the book? 3 weeks but you can renew the book 1 time if it's not been placed on hold by another student.

How to get to Destiny Discover...

How to log-in to Destiny Discover and Account Features...

How to browse for books and place holds....

Oregon Battle of the Books (3rd - 6th Graders)

Although the State OBOB competition has been cancelled, we are still planning on having our own OBOB competition here at FVES. Here are the details:

There are Club Meetings on Mondays from 2:30 - 3:30p.m. beginning Feb. 8th

Feb/March - Read the OBOB Books

April/May Battles and Tournaments Begin

May - Final Battle is May 24th

Students can sign up with their teachers to join a team.

PE/Music Supply Opportunity

The HSD has purchased some PE/Music supplies for interested students to use at Wednesday's PE and Music Sessions. The supplies will be available for pick up from the entryway, Tuesday the 9th - Friday the 12th. Hours 7:30a.m. to 5p.m.

"The ABCs of Parenting"

To sign up contact Vicki Ball at call 503-640-4222 or register online at
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Restaurant NIght - Panda Express - February 19th

Purchase from Panda Express anytime on February 19th and help raise money for FVES and Parents For Academic Excellence.
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School District Plans to Open Fields to Community March 1st

The HSD are opening up their fields to community youth organizations on March 1st. Interested groups can submit reservations requests through Gymnasiums and other inside venues are currently still closed due to county metrics. It's unclear if inside venues will be available for public usage this Spring.
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Kinder Registration STARTS MARCH 1st

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Thank you for supporting the January Restaurant Night!

Donating to FVPAE through Fred Meyer and Amazon

An easy way to donate to the Farmington View Parents for Academic Excellence is through linking your Amazon or Fred Meyer accounts.


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FVPAE Needs Can Driver Volunteer

Farmington View's Can and Bottle Recycling Program is looking for a volunteer to take over transporting the bags of sorted cans/bottles to the Oregon Beverage and Recycling Center in East Portland. Our current volunteer, Dick Meeuwsen, is an FVES alumni father who continues to do FVPAE a huge service out of the kindness of his heart! He is needing to "retire" from his volunteer position due to health reasons but is willing to stick around to show the new volunteer the ropes. If you're interested in volunteering or have questions please contact Natasha at

Details: He uses an 18ft trailer but 16ft would also work. Typically he takes one load per month, although it has increased to two loads since COVID started.