Eagleville Times

Parent Newsletter - Dec. 17th-Jan. 3rd.

Message From Mr. Pedigo

Parent Newsletter 12-6-2021

EAGLEVILLE PARENT GROUP

If you have questions or would like to be involved with other Eagleville parents contact via email.

eagparents@gmail.com.

THANK YOU EAGLEVILLE PARENTS!

THE FACULTY AND STAFF WOULD LIKE TO SAY THANK YOU TO ALL THE PARENTS THAT PROVIDED GIFT CARDS .

ELEMENTARY READING CHALLENGE

Join our 10,000 hour elementary reading challenge, Camp Eagleville!


  • To participate, students will need to complete the Camp Eagleville Reader Pledge!
  • After turning in their pledge sheet, students will receive their Camp Eagleville Reading Log to track their hours.
  • Students will color an animal track for every 20 minutes that they read outside of school hours!
  • Each time they have marked thirty tracks, students will turn their log into the Camp Director's (Mrs. Everett's) box to get a prize!

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Everett at everettm@rcschools.net.

YEARBOOKS ON SALE NOW!

Order online at www.balfour.com

select your school

click yearbook

then enter ID # P99999


order by phone: 1-800-225-3687


Order by mail with the form mailed to each household.


$90.00

REWARD SCHOOL

Virtual Science Club

Students in middle and high school can join the Virtual Science Club with UT Knoxville. Twice monthly meetings on Zoom for middle and high school students with opportunities to hear from guest speakers and interact with doctoral students in small group settings. Participating students will be mentored on research projects with the goal of participating in a local science fair.


For more information: sasef.utk.edu/2021-22-virtual-science-club

1st Grade program was fabulous!

3rd-5th GRADE MUSIC PROGRAM WAS WONDERFUL!

WAY TO GO

CONGRATULATIONS to Evelyn Bailon for making Midstate band on clarinet. She outranked over 50 other clarinet players to earn her spot in the Silver Band.

GREAT JOB!!!!!

CONGRATULATIONS to Isabella Parrott! She has been selected to represent Tennessee as a nominee for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. Woohoo!!


The U.S. Presidential Scholars Program is one of the Nation's highest honors for high school students. Each school across the state can nominate one student, which the state then selects 10 female and 10 male students from the pool of nominations to represent the state of Tennessee. This is a highly selective process and it's a great honor for Isabella!!

END OF THE 9 WEEKS

DECEMBER 17TH.

REPORT CARDS GO HOME JANUARY 6TH.

WINTER BREAK DECEMBER 20TH-JAN. 3RD

STUDENTS RETURN ON JANUARY 4TH

ELEMENTARY AWARD DAYS

2nd 9 Weeks Awards Day-


  • Tuesday, Jan. 11th in the Auditorium. Parents should report to the auditorium entrance to sign-in there.
  • Teachers will notify parents if your child is receiving an award.




Schedule in the Auditorium-


  • 8:00 am- 5th Grade
  • 8:45 am- 4th Grade
  • 9:30 am- 3rd Grade
  • 11:00 am- 1st Grade
  • 11:45 am- 2nd Grade
  • 1:30 pm- K (will come straight from related arts)

Notes on Remote Learning:

The district has sent out information from Mr. Spurlock and Dr. Sullivan about instructional expectations when a student is quarantined and that each school would be relaying more specific information. We will be sending something out on Monday to address our quarantine instructional procedures and I will say most older students already know what to do and how to access it and really do quite well with it.

Lunch Visitor Information

We would like to start welcoming parents to come to eat lunch with their child at school. Please be aware that space is very limited in the cafeterias right now due to socially distancing homerooms as much as possible; however, we plan to start the following next week (Sept. 21-23).

EAG Elem Lunch Guest Policy:

  • Parents must sign in and out in the main office and present a photo ID upon arrival.
  • To preserve instructional time, parents are asked to wait at the Cafeteria Line B Entrance to join their child for lunch and to say “goodbye” to their child in the cafeteria before leaving.
  • The Outside Courtyard near the cafeterias will be used for parent seating. Of course, this is an uncovered patio area. If the weather is not good, this area will be closed off for the day. Parents may not sit at the class lunchroom tables.
  • Only the child of the parent in attendance may eat lunch with the parent. No other students will be allowed in the courtyard.
  • Parents will be allowed for lunch, but at this time we can not accommodate visitors for breakfast.
  • Please call the office prior to the day you would like to visit for lunch. You will sign-up for your date and time to ensure there will be a table for you and your student.
  • Due to limited space, grade levels will be allowed to have parents at lunch on the days below. Only one family will be allowed per table. Again, make sure you call the office prior to the day you would like to visit to sign-up.
    • Tues: 5th Grade- 10-10:30am and 1st Grade- 10:35-11:05am
    • Wed: 4th Grade- 10:05-10:35am and 3rd Grade- 10:40-11:10am
    • Thurs: 2nd Grade- 10:10-10:40am and K- 10:45-11:15am

Elementary Arrival and Dismissal

So far we have done really well with car rider arrival and dismissal. We do need your assistance though to try to speed up the process so everyone can get through those lines in a reasonable amount of time. We do ask that you not exit your car at arrival or dismissal. We do have adults outside to assist anytime our students need help. We thank you and as always let us know if you have any questions.

CHARACTER BIG IDEA FOR NOVEMBER

  • It is a new month, and a new Big Idea! Initiative is seeing what needs to be done and doing it. I can’t wait to see how you all show initiative this month at our school, at home, and in our community!

  • New initiatives everyday! Ask your student about it.

Updated Dress Code

Our updated Dress Code policy is listed in the student handbook located on the school website. We have modified some language this week in the dress code as follows:


5. Form-fitting clothes (dresses, leotards, Spandex, Lycra, leggings, jeggings, yoga pants, etc.) MUST be covered appropriately, ie as long or longer that fingertip length. This includes clothing underneath sheer clothing.

We are removing the language of the requirement that covering must be as long or longer than fingertip length. Please note that it still MUST be covered appropriately.

LETTERMAN JACKETS

Forms and information available in the office.

Morning and Afternoon information:

Doors to the school will be locked until 7:00 am each morning. Please do not drop off your students before that time as there will be no supervision for them.


No students should be dropped off and enter the building at the main entrance unless a parent is coming into the office with them.


Elementary

Elementary students will report to the cafeteria after doors open at 7:00 am. Elementary teachers will pick up their students from the cafeteria each day at 7:35 am. Breakfast will be available. If you wish for your child to eat breakfast at school we ask that they arrive with enough time before 7:35 am to eat before dismissing to class.


Elementary drop off will remain the same as in previous years - turn into campus from Old Hwy 99 at the Ambulance station and pull up and drop off in front of the elementary entrance. Parents with older siblings can drop off here as well.


Elementary afternoon pick up will remain the same: please enter between the greenhouse and white house from Old Hwy 99 and line up in the car rider lines in front of the school and then winding around the old gym and parking lot. Have your child's dismissal paper visible at all times in the car rider line. Dismissal papers will go home with students on the 2hr day, Friday August 6th.


Middle School


Middle School students will be dropped off in front of the main gym after 7:00am and will hold in the main gym until released to class at 7:35 am. Students will have access to breakfast if they choose to eat. *Middle school students with younger siblings in elementary can be dropped off at the elementary entrance.


Middle School pick up will remain the same as last year: please enter between the greenhouse and white house from Old Hwy 99 and line up in the car rider lines in front of the school and then winding around the old gym and parking lot. Have your child's dismissal paper visible at all times in the car rider line. Dismissal papers will go home with students on the 2hr day, Friday August 6th.


High School


High School students will be dropped off in front of the main gym after 7:00am and will hold in the main gym until released to class at 7:35 am. Students will have access to breakfast if they choose to eat. *High school students with younger siblings in elementary can be dropped off at the elementary entrance.


High School drivers will be required to park in the back parking lot and use the new sidewalk to enter the main gym through the gym lobby. Students will hold in the main gym until dismissal to class at 7:35am.


High School dismissal will remain as normal:

Drivers will need to move to their vehicle and leave campus unless staying for an extracurricular activity.

Pick up will be in front of the main gym for high school car riders.


Bus Riders:

All bus riders will be dropped off and picked up in front of the Elementary entrance each day. Breakfast will be available if they choose to eat.

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Athletics Information

FCA

MIDDLE SCHOOL FCA MEETS ON WEDNESDAYS AT 7:05

HIGH SCHOOL FCA MEETS ON THURSDAYS AT 7:05

Athletes

Information on Dragonfly(Link Here)can be found on the AD's page on the schools website under athletics. Remember you must have a completed physical and dragonfly updated to compete in athletics.


https://twitter.com/eaglevilleath?s=20

BASKETBALL

MIDDLE SCHOOL 6:00 PM GIRLS GAME TIME BOYS TO FOLLOW

10/26 EAGLEVILLE VS MT PLEASANT

11/1 EAGLEVILLE @ CASCADE

11/2 EAGLEVILLE @ CENTRAL MAGNET

11/4 EAGLEVILLE VS FORREST

11/8 EAGLEVILLE VS CHRISTIANA

11/11 EAGLEVILLE VS THURMAN FRANCIS

11/15 EAGLEVILLE VS WESTWOOD

11/18 EAGLEVILLE VS LIBERTY

11/29 EAGLEVILLE @ COMMUNITY

12/2 EAGLEVILLE VS CASCADE

12/6 EAGLEVILLE @ FORREST

12/7 EAGLEVILLE @ MT PLEASANT

12/18 EAGLEVILLE @ THURMAN FRANCIS

12/14 EAGLEVILLE @CHRISTIANA

12/16 EAGLEVILLE @ WESTWOOD

1/3 EAGLEVILLE @ LIBERTY

1/6 EAGLEVILLE VS COMMUNITY

1/8-15 DRVC TOURNAMENT


HIGH SCHOOL GAME TIMES 6:00 PM GIRLS GAME TIME BOYS TO FOLLOW

11/16 EAGLEVILLE VS MT PLEASANT

11/18 EAGLEVILLE @ RICHLAND

11/22 EAGLEVILLE VS CENTRAL MAGNET

11/23 EAGLEVILLE @ NOLENSVILLE

11/30 EAGLEVILLLE @ FORREST

12/3 EAGLEVILLE VS COMMUNITY

12/6 EAGLEVILLE VS HAMPSHIRE

12/10 EAGLEVILLE VS FORREST

12/13 EAGLEVILLE VS CASCADE

12/17 EAGLEVILLE VS NOLENSVILLE

12/18 EAGLEVILLE @ CENTRAL MAGNET

12/28-30 WATERTOWN TOURNAMENT TBA

1/4 EAGLEVILLE @ COMMUNITY

1/7 EAGLEVILLE @ FAYETTEVILLE CITY

1/8 EAGLEVILLE @ ROCKVALE

1/11 EAGLEVILLE @ CASCADE

1/14 EAGLEVILLE VS CORNERSVILLE

1/18 EAGLEVILLE @ MOORE CO.

1/21 EAGLEVILLE @ HUNTLAND

1/25 EAGLEVILLE VS FAYETTEVILLE CITY

1/29 EAGLEVILLE @ GORDONSVILLE

2/1 EAGLEVILLE @ CORNERSVILLE

2/4 EAGLEVILLE @ MOORE CO.

2/8 EAGLEVILLE VS HUNTLAND

2/11 EAGLEVILLE VS GORDONSVILLE

2/14-19 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT @ MOORE CO. TBA

EAGLEVILLE CHEER

PEP RALLY DECEMBER 3RD. UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER ADDITION.


https://twitter.com/EaglevilleCHEER?s=20


https://twitter.com/eagmiddlecheer?s=20

EAGLEVILLE BAND

BAND PICTURES 8/31

UPCOMING BAND COMPETION AT ROCKVALE 9/18

BAND COMPETION @ RIVERDALE 10/16

NOVEMBER 10TH VETERAN'S DAY PROGRAM

DECEMBER 7TH HIGH SCHOOL CHRISTMAS CONCERT BAND/CHOIR

DECEMBER 9TH MIDDLE SCHOOL CHRISTMAS BAND/CHOIR CONCERT

DECEMBER 16TH ELEMENTARY CHRISTMAS PROGRAM

EAGLEVILLE CHOIR

OCTOBER 14TH-16TH MID STATE FRESHMEN HONORS CHOIR @ SIEGAL HIGH SCHOOL

OCTOBER 25TH-26TH ALL COUNTY HONOR CHOIR AT FUMC MURFREESBORO

NOVEMBER 10TH VETERAN'S DAY PROGRAM

DECEMBER 7TH HIGH SCHOOL CHRISTMAS CONCERT

DECEMBER 9TH MIDDLE SCHOOL CHOIR/BAND CONCERT

DECEMBER 16TH ELEMENTARY CHRISTMAS PROGRAM

January 28th MID STATE CHOIR EVENT AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH NASHVILLE

FISHING CLUB

Eagleville Fishing Club and Tournament Tournament Fishing team events are currently being planned for the school year. If you would like information on joining us or have any questions please contact Coach Arnold at arnoldj@rcschools.net. Get your Eagleville Fishing gear here - https://gogearonline.com/ehs-fish21 Store closes Sunday, August 29.

WRESTLING

https://twitter.com/EAGWrestling?s=20


SCHEDULE

11/30 EAGLEVILLE VS LAWERENCE CO/WATERTOWN

12/7 EAGLEVILLE VS TULLAHOMA/GREENHILL

12/9 EAGLEVILLE @ SPRING HILL

12/14 EAGLEVILLE VS SPRINGHILL

12/16 EAGLEVILLE VS MARSHALL CO.

1/4 EAGLEVILLE @RIVERDALE

1/6 EAGLEVILLE @ GREENHILL

1/11 EAGLEVILLE @FORREST

1/13TBA

1/14-15 @ GP WEST BRENTWOOD

1/18 EAGLEVILLE @ CASCADE

1/20 EAGLEVILLE VS PAGE/CORNERSVILLE

1/25 EAGLEVILLE @ STEWART CREEK, WARREN CO.

1/27 EAGLEVILLE @ TULLAHOMA REGION DUALS

2/1 EAGLEVILLE @WATERTOWN

2/3 EAGLEVILLE @TSB

2/12 EAGLEVILLE INDIVIDUAL REGION

2/24 INDIVIDUAL STATE

2/19 EAGLEVILLE INDIVIDAUL SECTIONALS

EAGLEVILLE ARCHERY

https://twitter.com/EAGArchery?s=20


SCHEUDLE

10/30 EAGLEVILLE @ ROCKVALE HIGH

11/1 EAGLEVILLE VS WHITWORTH

11/20 EAGLEVILLE VS WHITWORTH

12/4 EAGLEVILLE @ ROCKVALE ELEMENTARY

12/11 EAGLEVILLE VS CHRISTIANA MIDDLE

PHONE NUMBER

THE ONLY PHONE NUMBER THAT WORKS AFTER THE NEW SYSTEM WAS INSTALLED IS 615-904-6710. THE OLD 274 NUMBER NO LONGER WORKS.

CLASS OF 2022 SENIOR PICTURES

GO TO SMILESTONEPHOTO.COM TO SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT .



http://www.smilestonephoto.com/schedule

DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS

  • Spencer C., Isaac G., Conner H., Luke B., Ruby C., Alec W., Caius M., Isabella S., Kyler S.,
  • Chloe C., Landon C. Olivia T., Lance L., Hailey M., Clare B., Luke D., Noah L., Gabriel O.,
  • Cara A., Jaden M., Rory S., Cooper S., Brody S., Joshua T., Jesse B., Gracie H., Oaklynn J., Daphne P., Caroline P., Cohen B., Julianna G., Julissa G., Jordan J., James B., Adam M., Lilliana M., Abigail P., Owen M., Stella R., Lucy A., Kolten D., Eli D., Hadley F., Thomas S., Bradly F., Olivia M., Ryli R., Colt V.,

BLESSING BOX

A blessing box is an outdoor pantry that is permanently fixated and allows people to easily donate or take from it anonymously. It largely contains food, but also can have toiletries, baby supplies, and cleaning items.

(Our Rockvale blessing box will not accept clothing donations)

Please feel free to donate or take as needed and be blessed!


Join our Facebook Group “Rockvale Blessing Box” Contact Christina Clark through Facebook or Christina.anne.clark@gmail.com with any questions. These materials are neither sponsored nor endorsed by Rutherford County Schools.