EECV Family Newsletter
April 2023 - News and Information for our Families
Message from the Principal
Dear EECV Families,
March was another wonderful month filled with learning through play and exploration at EECV. We also have had a big emphasis on our school's 3 BEs. Our students love showing what BE Respectful, BE Responsible, and BE Ready to Learn look like in their classroom and throughout the school. We encourage you to review with your child what the "3 BEs" are and what they look like and have your child practice the 3 BEs at home!
Also, please remember to work with our office on your plans for preschool/kindergarten for next year. Re-registration is required for preschool. Contact Mrs. Bruening at 440-284-8250 if you have any questions.
Thank you, as always, for your continued support and go Pioneers!
Jackie Plantner, Principal
Myia Bruening, Secretary - email@example.com
Gissele Lugo, Secretary - firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Packman, School Nurse - email@example.com
Just a reminder there is NO PARKING for car rider drop off and pick up in the Griswold Rd. lot. Only the Adelbert St. lot should be used for car riders. Thank you!
Suzin L Fundraiser Pickup
Our Suzin L Chocolatier fundriaser pick up in Monday, April 3rd! Check out the details below.
- Pick up date will be MONDAY, APRIL 3rd at EECV
- Pick up time will be 3:30pm-6pm at the Main Entrance
- Small orders not picked up will be sent home with your child on Tuesday, April 4th. EECV is NOT responsible for damaged items.
EECV's 4th Annual Art Show!
Wednesday, May 3rd will be our 4th annual EECV Art Show from 6:00-7:00 PM.
We invite our EECV students and their families to tour the hallways of our school to see the artwork created by our students and enjoy a sweet treat of cookies and milk in our cafeteria. This is a time to visit your child's school building with them and to look and appreciate the beautiful creations made by the students of EECV.
An RSVP form will be sent home in student backpacks the week before. We hope to see you on May 3rd!
Spring Break is from Friday April 7th through Sunday, April16th
- Monday, April 3rd - Suzin L Fundraiser Pick Up 3:30-6:00 PM at EECV
- Friday, April 7th through Sunday April, 16th - Spring Break NO SCHOOL
- Monday, April 24th - Bookmobile
- Wednesday, May 3rd - EECV Student Art Show
- Thursday, May 4th - Storytime with Elyria Public Library
- Monday, May 8th - Bookmobile
- Thursday, May 11th - Storytime with Elyria Public Library
- Thursday, May 18th - EECV Field Day
- Wednesday, May 24th - LAST DAY OF SCHOOL for Pink Room, Yellow Room, Aqua Room, Gray Room, Orange Room, and Blue Room
- Thursday, June 1st - LAST DAY OF SCHOOL for Lilac Room, Coral Room, Silver Room, Gold Room, Purple Room, and Green Room
Returning Student Preschool Registration for the 2023-2024 School Year
Students planning to remain in Preschool at EECV must re-register for next school year. Spaces will fill up quickly so once you receive the information, please do not delay. You may also receive a call from school secretary, Mrs. Bruening, if we have any questions about the program placement for your child. Feel free to call the office at any time to discuss your 23-24 school year plans for your preschooler.
If your student is transitioning from Preschool to Kindergarten you will receive information regarding this transition and any steps you may need to take.
Students transitioning from Preschool to Kindergarten DO NOT need to complete new kindergarten registration. If your child is enrolled in Preschool at EECV, they are an enrolled student and do not need to complete Kindergarten registration. If you have any questions on this please call the office and speak to Mrs. Bruening.
Registration for NEW students (not currently enrolled at EECV) will begin in March. We look forward to continuing to serve your child next school year!
Reminder - Treat and Celebrations Policy
All treats and celebration items should be pre-approved by the classroom teacher. We encourage non-food items such as stickers, small containers of play-doh, temporary tattoos, crayons/coloring books, glow sticks, or small sealed bottles of bubbles. If you choose to send in a food item, only individually packaged food treats that can easily be sent home with students will be accepted. Food treats will not be eaten at school but will be sent home with classmates. Also please note, that no balloons and/or large decorations will be allowed in the building.