Ebinport Elementary: Eagle Eye News
January 13, 2020
Ebinport's Vision Statement
Faculty and Staff Birthdays
Tanner Slagle - January 23
Christine Rasmusson - January 27
Hillary Brand - January 29
Kristina Young - January 30
Melissa Higdon - February 18
Neely Williams - February 20
Samuelle Davis - February 26
Carolyn Farabee - March 5
Michelle Suttle - March 5
Tracy McClain - March 9
Alisha White - March 16
April Smith - March 26
Baily von Roden - March 26
Sonni Parks - March 30
- Flight Plan Kick-off Assembly (PreK - 2) at 8:00am
- Flight Plan Kick-off Assembly (3 - 5) at 9:30am
- Lock Down Drill at 9:00am
- Report Cards Go Home
- 1st Grade Pinning Ceremony at 9:30am
- 5th Grade Pinning Ceremony at 10:15am
- 4th Grade Pinning Ceremony at 11:00am
- 3rd Grade Pinning Ceremony at 11:45am
- 2nd Grade Pinning Ceremony at 12:30pm
What Is Coming Up:
- January 20 - SCHOOL CLOSED in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
- January 21 - Mid-year MAPS testing begins from 1st - 5th grades
- January 22 - Kona Ice at Recess
- January 23 - Math Night at Publix
- January 28 - Lunch Buddies
- January 31 - JA in a Day for 3rd - 5th grades
- February 7 - Terrific Kid Ceremony
Family Math Night at Publix
New Meal Payment Service/ Nuevo servicio de pago de comidas
Donations Would Be Greatly Appreciated!
Girls on the Run Coach Needed!
Erin’s Law and Comprehensive Health Education
Erin’s Law and Comprehensive Health Education:
Section 59-32-20 (B) of the South Carolina Code of Laws
York 3 – Rock Hill School District Overview and Implementation
The South Carolina Legislature passed legislation in 2014 known as Erin’s Law. This law requires that South Carolina school districts extend their current mandated educational programs regarding personal safety, abuse education and prevention curriculum to students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grades. The goal of the law is to teach children to avoid situations that may lead to abuse and to report any instances of abuse they may have endured.
The intent of the law is to give students skills in knowing how to stay safe from sexual assault and how to report any incidents of sexual assault. Parents and guardians are encouraged to discuss all health safety topics with their children. Specific to Erin’s Law, The Committee for Children and Darkness to Light (D2L) provides excellent resources for parents and families. Links to these resources are included here:
Providing abuse education in schools is not a new initiative. Mandates under the Health Education Act and Internet Safety Education Curriculum require instruction beginning in sixth grade. Erin’s Law simply extends this education into grades pre-kindergarten through twelve. Some sample topics in elementary school include: Self-Esteem and Personal Power, Fitting In and Acceptance, Grooming and Boundaries, Staying Safe in the Virtual World; S.A.F.E.: It’s Ok to Tell.
Our district guidance counselors, health teachers, and physical education teachers, under the leadership of our Lead Clinical Nurse and Associate Superintendent for Planning and Programs, worked together to select developmentally appropriate curriculum that will give our students the knowledge and skills they need to protect themselves. Your child’s school guidance counselor will present age appropriate lessons Pre-K – 5. Parents are welcome to view the instructional materials at Safer, Smarter Kids. https://safersmarterkids.org/.
Luanne Kokolis, Associate Superintendent for Planning and Programs
Water Bottles for Students!
Fortunately, along with these bottle filling stations, each Ebinport student will receive a water bottle that they can bring to school each day. Parents and families, please keep an eye out for these water bottles in the next two weeks and encourage students to bring them to school each day. Staying hydrated is so important for student health and learning and we are super excited about this opportunity!
Registration for Summer Challenger 2020 Begins in February
Earn Box Top $$ for Ebinport Directly from your Phone!
Allowable Snacks in the Classroom
The Health Advisory Committee for the school district has met over the past two years to develop a healthy snack list for classrooms. The list provided below has been approved by the district as allowable snacks for the classroom. The list was compiled by the district Health Advisory Committee using feedback from the School Improvement Councils (during the 2017-18 school year), and parent survey responses from the spring of 2018. The snacks listed meet SMART Snack guidelines recommended by USDA.
Based upon USDA Nutrition Standards and School Board Policy ADF - District Wellness, the following list of approved snacks are the only allowable snacks for classroom celebrations or parties. No homemade goods are permitted. Snacks must be individually wrapped or in purchased container/package. Valentine’s Day parties are excluded from using the list.
Cheddar crackers or graham crackers
Sun chips or similar baked chips
Frozen fruit bars (Ex. Whole Fruit, Outshine, Dole or store brand equivalent)
Fresh fruit – Individual serving/wrapped or in purchased package container
Fresh vegetables – Individual serving/wrapped or in purchased package container
Low fat dips
Fruit cups (Ex. In water, light syrup, or 100% juice)
Apple sauce cups
Gelatin cups or pudding cups
Fruit and veggie pouches
Cheese sticks (Individually wrapped)
Pepperoni or turkey pepperoni (In purchased package container or individual sticks)
*This list does not address allergies. Please remember to always check specific allergies with your classroom teacher 48 hrs. prior to bringing food to the school. Accommodations will be made for students with allergies.
La lista siguiente de bocadillos aprobados
Las fiestas del Día de San Valentín están excluidas del uso de esta lista.
La lista fue compilada por el Comité de Asesoramiento en Salud del distrito usando los comentarios de los Consejos de Mejoramiento Escolar (durante el año escolar 2017-18) y las respuestas de la encuesta para padres de la primavera de 2018. Los bocadillos incluidos en la lista cumplen con las directivas SMART Snack recomendadas por el USDA.
- Galletas de queso cheddar o galletas Graham
- SunChips o patatas horneadas similares
- Paletas heladas de frutas (por ejemplo, Whole Fruit, Outshine, Dole u otra marca industrial equivalente)
- Fruta fresca – porción individual/envuelta o en un envase comprado
- Verduras frescas – porción individual/envuelta o en un envase comprado
- Dips bajos en calorías
- Vasos de frutas (por ejemplo, en agua, jarabe/almíbar ligero o 100% jugo)
- Vasitos de puré/compota de manzanas
- Vasitos de gelatina sin azúcar o de pudín sin azúcar
- Sobres de frutas y vegetales
- Palitos de queso (envueltos individualmente)
- Pepperoni o pepperoni de pavo (en envase comprado o palitos individuales)
- Agua/agua saborizada
*Esta lista no toma en cuenta las alergias. Por favor, recuerda verificar si existen alergias específicas con la maestra de tu salón de clases 48 horas antes de llevar comida a la escuela. Se harán adaptaciones para los estudiantes con alergias.