Eaton Parent Newsletter

January 28th, 2022

Dear Eaton Families,

We had a fun week celebrating Spirit Week, and the 100th Day of School. We enjoyed seeing all of the fun hats and creative crazy hair styles. Students enjoyed sporting their favorite college gear, and wacky-tacky dress day was so much fun! We always love closing out the week on Fridays in our Eaton spirit wear. Thank you everyone for joining in on the fun this week. We love our Eaton Olympians, and appreciate all of the support from our families.

Eaton Schoolwide Book Club

Eaton Schoolwide Book Club is back! For our 2022 selection, we will be reading Alvin Ho : Allergic to Girls, School, and Other Scary Things by Lenore Look. We hope you are able to join us. #EatonReadsTogether

Here is the link to a short intro video for our #EatonReadsTogether school book club:

Here is a link to the reading calendar for families:

From the publisher's website:

The first book in a hilarious chapter book series that tackles anxiety in a fun, kid-friendly way. Perfect for both beginning and reluctant readers, and fans of Diary of a Wimpy Kid!

A humorous and touching series about facing your fears and embracing new experiences—with a truly unforgettable character—from author Lenore Look and New York Times bestselling and Caldecott Honor winning illustrator LeUyen Pham.

Alvin, an Asian American second grader, is afraid of everything—elevators, tunnels, girls, and, most of all, school. He’s so afraid of school that, while he’s there, he never, ever, says a word. But at home, Alvin is a very loud superhero named Firecracker Man, a brother to Calvin and Anibelly, and a gentleman-in-training, just like his dad. With the help of his family, can Alvin take on the outside world without letting his fears get the best of him?

News from Nurse Tammy

Updates from the PTA

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Eaton's PTA Website:

Important Upcoming Dates

January 31st- NC Check In, 5th Grade Science

February 2nd- Interim Reports

NHCS Year-Round Calendar:

NEW RESOURCE! Literacy at Home (Digital Children’s Reading Initiative):

The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Office of Early Learning is pleased to announce the newest resource to support young readers in North Carolina, “Literacy at Home.” As part of current legislation, Senate Bill 387 directs NC DPI to develop and share a digital children’s reading initiative designed to support the continued growth of North Carolina’s youngest readers. The site is home to easily accessible resources in the foundational areas of reading supported by the science of reading. Developed for each grade level, pre-kindergarten through fifth grade, resources are available to support phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, and oral language.

Our School's Why:

School Mission:

To promote academic excellence through inclusion, modeling, collaboration and challenging students to think in innovative ways.

School Vision:

We are creating a nurturing school community that prepares the whole child to be a problem solver, critical thinker, and empathetic global citizen.

Core Values:

Empowerment, Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Academic Excellence