Wildcat Weekly News for Families

Week of Jan 18-21

January 17th, Martin Luther King Jr. Observance (No School)

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Congratulations, EastView! Named Among Best Elementary Schools by US News

For each state, schools were assessed on their pupils’ proficiencies in mathematics and reading, as measured by state assessment tests. Half of the ranking formula was the results themselves; the other half was the results in the context of socioeconomic demographics. In other words, the top-ranked schools are high achieving ones that succeeded in educating all of their students. All data for the rankings are from third-party sources, including the U.S. Department of Education.

U.S. News has published state rankings for more than 47,000 public elementary schools and more than 23,000 public middle schools. Most schools with an elementary school ranking offer grades K-5 or K-6, while most with a middle school ranking offer grades 6-8 or 7-8. Some schools with wider grade spans were ranked in both categories.
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Congratulations to Mrs. McAmis, GCS District Wide Teacher of the Year (prek-4 division)

Mrs. McAmis was selected by the EastView as the school-level teacher of the year. This month she advanced to the next level and was selected as the district-wide teacher of the year. We are extremely fortunate to have her leading our student each day.

Congratulations, EV Turkey Trot School Division Winners

Thank you to everyone that participated in the local Turkey Trot. EV had the most participation out of all the Greeneville City Schools and received a cash prize of $500 for the physical education department. Our school was able to order 26 pedometers for our physical education program with the money we received.

The Greeneville City School Education Foundation returns every dollar raised from the event directly back to Greeneville City Schools. This is an annual event and we hope that even more EV wildcats will join us next year.

Lego League Community Project Display

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Lost and Found

Each student was able to have an opportunity to look at the lost and found rack during PE class last week. Please write names on all items. If we find missing items, we can get those items returned to the students. At some point, we will have to donate the leftover items to a local clothing donation center.

Cafe Menu for Jan 18-21

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