EVHS Weekly Announcements
Edition #10: 11.13.2020
November 13 - End of Quarter 1
November 16 - Start of Quarter 2
EVHS Distance Learning Shift Video - Please Watch
(New) Next Student Support & Intervention Wednesday - November 18
The next Student Support Wednesday is November 18th.
Our teachers and staff are available on Wednesdays to help students with their learning. Eastview offers additional student support and intervention that is available and accessible to all students. The goal is to dedicate time to increase our student achievement and success. We will use this time to supplement the interventions already happening every day for our students through individual or small group time (Zoom or in-person) to meet the learning needs of our students. Click the link below for more information.
Request transportation for Student Support on Wednesday, November 18 by 3pm on Monday, November 16.
(New) Lifetouch Picture Retake Day - Wednesday, November 18th
Students getting their pictures retaken should bring their old picture packages with them to give to the photographers. To order pictures for the first time, go here.
Lifetouch Picture Pickup/ID Cards
If you got your photos taken in September, your picture envelopes and ID cards can be picked up at the West Entrance anytime during school hours (8am-3:30pm).
If you pre-ordered pictures online before picture day, your envelope will have your package order. If you didn't pre-order pictures but still were photographed, your envelope will contain a picture proof and ordering information.
If you didn't get your photo taken on picture day, RETAKE DAY is Wednesday, November 18th. Please sign up here for an appointment time.
High School Distance Learning Meal Kit Pickup - Sign Up Today!
ALL secondary students are eligible for free seven-day meal kits to support their distance learning. To best meet the needs of our families, meal kits will be available for pick up near the middle or high schools’ entrance doors at these times:
· Monday 4:00pm- 5:30pm
· Tuesday 7:30am- 9:00am
· Wednesday 10:00am- 11:00am (Digital Academy Meals will continue)
· Thursday 7:30am- 9:00am
· Friday 7:30am- 9:00am
Look for the banner and sign for the distribution location. Families with children in multiple schools are encouraged to pick-up all seven-day meal kits at one school.
Initially, families will be asked to complete this Seven-Day Meal Kit Interest Survey. This will allow the Food and Nutrition Services department to prepare the number of meal kits needed. The survey only needs to be completed once.
The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture has authorized funding for schools to provide meals at no charge to children, 18 and younger, for the entire school year. All secondary families are encouraged to participate in this opportunity. Any child 18 and younger, or parent/guardian of a child is able pick up these seven-day meal kits. For contactless distribution, the seven-day meal kit boxes will be placed on a 6-foot table with a bag of milk on the side. Families will be able to take as many boxes as needed for their children. Food and Nutrition Staff will monitor and replenish the table as needed.
Your child may be eligible for free or reduced-price school meals, services, etc.
District 196 provides healthy meals each day for all students. And your family may qualify for free or reduced-priced school meals. If you participated in this program last school year and wish to participate again this year, you must submit a new application each year. In addition to school meals, if you qualify, you may be eligible for benefits through other school district programs, such as vison/hearing services, scholarships, transportation, community education, field trips, band instruments, extra or non-curricular activities and other fee-based programs.
Federal funds and school-related fees are determined with this information. The failure to complete the application could result in the loss of millions of dollars to our school system, which would negatively affect teaching and learning in a significant way.
All students in our district are currently eligible to receive free breakfast and lunch through the extension of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s free meals program through the end of the school year, however, to be eligible for other benefits, it is important families who qualify for free or reduced-price meals still apply this year.
Order Your 2020-2021 Yearbook Today
More information about yearbooks, senior photo submission and senior grad ads can be found at www.yearbookforever.com.
(New) Candid Photos For Yearbook
You can submit photos of yourself, your friends, or interesting happenings involving Eastview Students and Staff.
School may be different this year, but the EVHS Yearbook wants to document it all!
Please complete this form to submit your photos...thank you!
HEALTH & SAFETY
Our school nurse is Melissa Persigehl, RN, BSN, LSN, PHN. Her contacts are firstname.lastname@example.org and 952-431-8923. This is monitored each day of the week and weekend.
- We will be diligent in providing a safe environment for our students, faculty and staff.
- Everyone has a responsibility in achieving a school that is safe.
- The face covering policy and physical distancing (6 feet) protocol will be strictly enforced.
- When students arrive to school in the morning, they will either eat breakfast (distanced in Student Commons) or go directly to their first class for the day. At the end of the day, students will leave the building unless they are waiting for a practice or activity that will begin at 3:15 pm.
- The doors are unlocked at 7:30am for students to enter. Students should not arrive before 7:30am.
Parent/Guardians at Eastview
- To ensure and protect the health and safety of our students and faculty/staff, parents & guardians will visit Eastview by appointment only. We will do what we can to accommodate meetings through Zoom call.
- Parents & Guardians may continue to drop off items for students during the school day at our security office at our student entrance (door #1).
Let's commit to each other to (Refer to SMASH image below)
- Be Aware and Monitor our health each day (see link below for a symptoms checklist)
- Wash our hands properly.
- Maintain six feet of physical distance.
- Wear masks/face coverings.
- Show care for our community-#EastviewTogether!
(New) From Community Education
Enjoy a wide variety of learning opportunities for all ages in various modes of delivery. Although the attending method may be different, our goal is the same: to engage, enrich and inspire your lifelong learning. The sky’s the limit!
For youth …
Do-At-Home Art Kits by Yourself or with Your Friends-November (grades K-5)
Three projects: Oops Ala Mode, How to Draw a Jelly Fish and Van Gogh on Canvas
Deadline for order Nov. 27, 2020
$59 Kit shipped to your home | $49 Art kit can picked up, Thursday, Dec 3, 12:00-4:30 p.m. or Friday, Dec 4, 8-4:30 p.m. at District Office East, 15180 Canada Ave, Rosemount
Champion Youth Karate: Beginners (ages 7-12)
Mon | Nov 23 - Jan 25 | 6:00 - 6:40 p.m. | 8 sessions | $55 | skip Dec 21 & 28 | BHMS
Food for Your Skin: DIY Recipes (ages 6-16)
Sun | Dec 6 | 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. | $15 one participant, $20/family | Live Online
Build Your Own Art Bot - Online (grades 1-5)
Sat | Dec 12 | 10:00 am – noon | $35 | Live Online
Fewer than 5 spots left
Coding: Hacking Java Games (grades 2-5)
The sky’s the limit! Lifelong learning. Find your passion now.
Do you like kids? Do you want to earn some money? Become certified to be a lifeguard or swim lesson instructor and apply to work in our pools!
For you …
Single-Lens Reflex (SLR) Digital Photography
Sat | Nov 21 | 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. | $59 | FRMS
Fewer than 5 spots left
Perfect Pan Pizza
Mon | Dec 14 | 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. | $35 | Live Online
Adult Basic Education | ABE offers programs for adults to improve their skills so they can move ahead in their jobs, prepare for further education, or improve their daily lives. Learn English, earn your High School Diploma or GED, prepare for the ACCUPLACER® college placement assessment or the citizenship exam, increase your reading, writing and math skills, or attend school with your preschooler in Family School! Our caring, patient teachers will help you achieve your goal.
Lifeguarding plus Waterpark Module Blended Learning (ages 15+)
Water Safety Instructor Blended Learning (ages 16+)
Mon, Tue & Wed | Dec 28, 29 & 30 | 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. | 3 sessions | $280 | BHMS
COLLEGE & SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION
(New) Counseling Office Newsletter
(New) Two Virtual College Visits This Wednesday
Don’t Miss out! Two virtual College visits this Wednesday! UNIVERSITY of MINNESTOTA – TWIN CITIES and IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY!
All grades invited!
Zoom call with University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
November 18th 10:00am
Talk with our Admissions Representative and connect with a previous EVHS graduate to talk about life on campus during COVID
Information and Q and A
Private EVHS Virtual Iowa State University and Eastview Connect!
November 18th 1:00pm
Come and speak to your Admission Counselor.
She will talk about the application process and life on campus!
Feel free to ask questions. Sign up with the link below:
Class of 2021 College Process Documents and Instructions
- Watch the "Intro to the College Process" video here!
- View the Transcript Release Process for Eastview Students & Parents here.
- Watch the "How to Request a Transcript" video here!
- View the Eastview High School Steps to Submit the Common App here.
- Watch the "How to Apply via Common App" video here!
- View the steps to submit College Applications here. (NOTE: NOT for use with The COMMON APPLICATION. See Common App guidelines sheet instead.)
- Watch the "How to Apply to College" video here!
- View the steps to request recommendations from EVHS Staff Members here
- Watch the "How to Request Recommendations" video here!
- Students can find these resources:
- Schoology Class of 2021 → Resources→ College Resources
Student and Parent/Guardian Fall Sports Surveys
Thanks to all of our students and families who participated in Fall Athletic programs at EVHS this year. It was most certainly an “unknown” if we would have or season or get through a full season, but thankful for our students to have the opportunity. For those who have concluded their seasons already or will be in the next couple of weeks with their culminating Section Tournaments we ask that you take a few minutes to fill out our STUDENT and PARENT/GUARDIAN Surveys.
Student-Athlete Survey: https://forms.gle/xYZzFwnVbAf1vH8P8
Parent/Guardian Survey: https://forms.gle/K8zBvRZPAsShwkTc7
ARTS & ACTIVITIES
(New) EVHS Dance Department's Virtual Fall Dance Show
(New) EVHS Theater Department 2020-21 Presents: "The Perfect Ending"
Join the students of Eastview High School as they perform their fall play-“The Perfect Ending”.
Mother has a meatloaf in the oven and is well on her way to having the perfect dinner party, but one thing stands in her way—the end of the world as we know it! Is that going to stop her perfect party from happening? Not at all! Like moths to a flame, the house lights are attracting all types of unexpected guests. Join her in The Perfect Ending as she juggles a grease monkey, looting neighbors, an insurance salesman, her son's juvenile delinquent girlfriend and many other zany characters in an attempt to maintain a perfect house and to be the absolute perfect hostess, right up until the very last moment. Will the world come to an end, or will Mother get to have her perfect dinner party?
This production will be available to stream online on November 13, 14, and 15 at 7PM on the EVHS Performing Arts website.