Ebinport Elementary: Eagle Eye News

October 7, 2019

Ebinport's Vision Statement

Alongside families and our community, we are cultivating and nurturing lifelong learners to excel in an interdependent global society.

Faculty and Staff Birthdays

David Zazzara - October 7

Rhonda Cranford - October 11

J.W. Smith - October 18

Stacey Walden - October 20

Alissa Stripling - October 21

Marco Vaughan - October 27

What's Happening?

What's Happening This Week:



Monday:


  • Our new SSO, Mr. Smith, will be introduced to classes


Thursday:


  • Title I Annual Stakeholder Meeting at 6:00pm


Friday:


  • Picture Day!


What Is Coming Up:


  • October 14 - Coffee and Conversation with the SSO at 7:30am (This is a date change)
  • October 17 - Earthquake Drill
  • October 17 - Orchestra Concert
  • October 18 - Hornets Book Bus visits
  • October 23 - Kona Ice at Recess
  • October 23 - Mr. Slagle's Field Study to Brattonsville
  • October 24 - Ms. Richardson's Field Study to Brattonsville
  • October 25 - Mrs. Lundy's Field Study to Brattonsville
  • October 28 - Report Cards Sent Home
  • October 28 - Vision Screening
  • October 29 - Lunch Buddies at Ebinport
  • October 30 - No Place for Hate Unity Chain
  • October 31 - Book Character Day (dress as your favorite book character!)
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Upcoming Field Trip for 1st - 4th Graders: The Invisible Boy at Wells Fargo Playhouse

Field Trip Permission Forms will be going home soon. If you are willing/interested in sponsoring another student so that they might also attend, please let us know!
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Allowable Snacks in the Classroom

Dear Parent/Guardian,


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.


Pretzels

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)

Yogurt

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)

Water/Flavored Water


*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

Basándose en los Estándares de nutrición del USDA (Departamento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos) y la Política ADF de la Junta Escolar – Programa de bienestar del Distrito, la lista siguiente de bocadillos aprobados incluye a los únicos bocadillos que se permiten para celebraciones o fiestas en el salón de clases. No se permiten bocadillos caseros. Los bocadillos deben estar envueltos individualmente o en un envase/paquete comprado.


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.



  • Pretzels
  • 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)
  • Yogurt
  • 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.

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