September 30, 2019
Eagle Academy encourages academic excellence by integrating proven instructional methods with a challenging curriculum and high expectations.This combination provides every child with the foundation needed to achieve proficiency of Eagle Academy’s performance standards at each instructional level.
Lets Shoot for a PERFECT (100% ) ATTENDANCE in October
We are moving into the fall OASIS count period. The "October Count" period sets our school's membership and ultimately determines the funding we receive from the State for 2019/20. If at all possible, please avoid scheduling non-emergency appointments or pulling students out for optional events/travel. It is critical that your student(s) be in attendance to be counted during this three week period. Every student, every day counts.
This year the count period runs from September 30 - October 25.
2nd Grade Field Trip
DATE: Thursday, October 3, 2019
TIME: Depart: 8:30 - Return 10:30
Students will be participating in the Coho salmon classroom incubation egg-take. The egg-take will take place rain or shine so students should bring appropriate outerwear for this field trip. Please have your student here by 8:20 AM. We will leave promptly at 8:30.
FALL PICTURE DAY
Eagle Academy Fall Picture Day is coming on Wednesday, October 16
Fall pictures are with all students in uniforms, as these will be the portraits for the yearbook. We will also be taking class pictures at the same time. If you would like to have group or sibling pictures taken, they will begin at 8 am in the gym. We will begin class pictures and portraits immediately following the pledge and morning announcements at 8:35. Picture order forms should be coming home in October 7 Monday folders.
For more information, please contact Jennifer Bundy, 884-5008 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
6th GRADE FUNDRAISER
GOLD CANYON CANDLES
Support our EACS 6th graders by purchasing a Gold Canyon Candle for just $21.00 (each) from now until October 8th. Scents include: Autumn Walk, Banana Nut Bread, Cinnamon Pinecones, Cinnamon Vanilla. Scent samples will be available in the staff lounge Oct. 1-8 for anyone interested.
Clean Sheets, Cozy Christmas, Cranberry Orange, Fresh Orange, Ginger Lime, Holiday Wreath, Lavender Chamomile, Mulled Cider, Pomegranate, Pumpkin Pie, Sugar Cookie. Proceeds from candle sales go towards the 6th Grade end of year field trip to Homer, Alaska.
Look for order forms in your Monday Folders. Return order forms and Checks (made payable to the EACS PTO) to your classroom teacher.
Thanks for your support!
LIKE A GOOD NEIGHBOR
Just a gentle reminder: We share the parking lot and building with other organizations. If you arrive early and wish to be one of the fortunate few to be first in line, we ask that you refrain from blocking the handicapped parking spaces and crosswalk.
This greatly enhances student & staff safety reasons and the flow of traffic.
This week is pizza week!
The dates for pizza are:
- Oct 4 and 11
- Nov 8, and 22
- Dec 6 and *19
- Jan 10 and 24
- Feb 7 and 21,
- March *5, and 20
- April 3 and *16
- May 1 and 15
*Note that there are some Thursdays since there is no school on Friday of those weeks.
If you paid for the entire year you do not need to turn in a form each week.
Others may print attached form (or write order on a piece of paper.) A separate form is needed for each student. Exact change only please, unless you are making a donation to 6th grade fund.
There is a gluten free cheese option. Sending a metal spoon each day with your child will help us keep plastic spoons out of landfills!!
Thanks for supporting the 6th grade fundraiser!!
PTO Calendar Correction
Fall Picture Day is October 16th. Please see the revised attached PTO Calendar.
National Principals Month
October is National Principals Month. Thank you, Mrs. Carroll, for all you do for Eagle Academy! Feel free to show Mrs. Carroll your appreciation any day this month.
October PTO Meeting is on the 10th at 6 pm in the staff lounge. Also, stay tuned for updates on these exciting events the PTO is hosting: Fall Festival Oct 18th - 6 pm-8 pm; Red Ribbon Week Oct 21st-24th, Scholastic Book Fair Oct 18th, 23rd & 24th.
Please continue to clip those Box Tops if you see them! Clipped Box Tops due to classrooms by October 24th for the 1st quarter competition - who will earn the trophy this quarter?!
HealthWise with Nurse Jan
We will have a "make up" day for Flu Vaccines tomorrow, Tuesday, 10/01 for anyone who missed the Flu Clinic last week and still would like one. I must have the permission form by 9 AM. Please print the permission slip attached to this newsletter or pick up one at the front office. I can also email you a permission form or answer any questions at Gilbert_Jan@asdk12.org
PARENT ORIENTATION MEETINGS
- Tuesday, October 15th - 9 a.m
- Monday, November, 4th - 9:00 am
- Thursday, December 5th - 9:00 am
If you would like a reminder call, please call the school office to get added to the list for the date you plan to attend.
Babe Ruth hits 60th homer of 1927 season
On September 30, 1927, Babe Ruth hits his 60th home run of the 1927 season and with it sets a record that would stand for 34 years.
Yosemite National Park established
On October 1st, 1890, Congress creates Yosemite National Park, home of such natural wonders as Half Dome and the giant sequoia trees. Environmental trailblazer John Muir (1838-1914) and his colleagues campaigned for the congressional action, which was signed into law by President Benjamin Harrison and paved the way for generations of hikers, campers and nature lovers, along with countless “Don’t Feed the Bears” signs.
Thurgood Marshall sworn in
Chief Justice Earl Warren swears in Thurgood Marshall, the first black justice of the U.S. Supreme Court on October 2nd, 1967. As chief counsel for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in the 1940s and ’50s, Marshall was the architect and executor of the legal strategy that ended the era of official racial segregation.
The Soviet Union inaugurates the “Space Age” with its launch of Sputnik, the world’s first artificial satellite. The spacecraft, named Sputnik after the Russian word for “satellite,” was launched on October 4th, 1957 at 10:29 p.m. Moscow time from the Tyuratam launch base in the Kazakh Republic. Sputnik had a diameter of 22 inches and weighed 184 pounds and circled Earth once every hour and 36 minutes.
The U.S. government, military, and scientific community were caught off guard by the Soviet technological achievement, and their united efforts to catch up with the Soviets heralded the beginning of the “space race.”