Farmington View eNews

October 12, 2015

Events this Week

Monday, October 12

9:00-10:30 Both kindergarten classes to Lakeview Farms

Tuesday, October 13

8:30-11:15 Mrs. Butcher and Ms. Zekmeister classes to Jackson Bottom Wetlands

Wednesday, October 14

8:30-11:15 Ms. Aldrich's class on field trip to Jackson Bottom Wetlands

1:35 Early Release

Thursday, October 15

8:30-11:15 Mrs. Fleming's class on field trip to Jackson Bottom Wetlands

2:15-3:15 Bobcat Booster meeting in the library

6:00-7:30 Dogsball in the gymnasium - Fun for the whole family

Friday, October 16

8:30-11:15 Mrs. Rinck's class on a field trip to Jackson Bottom Wetlands

Farmington View Information

  • If you have a 2nd or 3rd grader, please read the information below regarding cogAT testing.
  • On Thursday, Farmington View is participating in the "Great Shakeout" at 10:15. Feel free to click on the link below to find out how you can protect yourself and your home.
  • A reminder that good school attendance is 95% or better. Here is our current attendance data.
>95% = 245 or 81.7%

90%-95% = 31 or 10.3%

<90% = 18 or 6%

Thank you for sending your child/ren to us each day!

Bobcat Booster & Farmington View Parents for Academic Excellence (FVPAE) Information

  • Box top collection forms will be arriving home soon. Please return Box Tops and Labels for Education by October 23rd. The class who collects the most labels will win a popcorn party.

  • Need some family fun? The WATCHDOGS are hosting a dogsball this Thursday from 6:00-7:30.

  • Join us at the Booster meeting this Thursday at 2:15. Your child/ren will be supervised while you attend the meeting.

CogAT Assessment

Dear Parents/Guardians of our 2nd and 3rd graders:

Starting the week of October 19th, all 2nd and 3rd graders will be taking the CogAT test. (This test is given to all 2nd and 3rd graders in the Hillsboro School District.) This test measures a child’s reasoning abilities for verbal, nonverbal and quantitative reasoning.

The goal of the CogAT exam is to assess the child’s reasoning abilities. This cognitive assessment test is also one of the tests used to help determine Talented and Gifted eligibility. Students with a score at or above the 97th percentile will be further evaluated.

If you would like to know the results of your child’s test, please contact the principal, School Counselor or your child’s teacher to arrange an appointment. Parents whose children are identified for TAG services will be notified.


Mrs. L. Pfister, School Counselor

Talented & Gifted Coordinator