Eagleville Elementary-Eagles Nest
Dr. Harmer Principal 2/18/22
Dr. Harmer Message
Monday, February 21st-Presidents' Day
Tuesday, February 22nd-Parent/Teacher Conferences
Enjoy your weekend.
4L and 4H working cooperatively on circuits
3W students explore and discover how sponges can collect water like clouds.
2nd grade started working on our Famous Americans project in Social Studies.
Students in 4C were “bitten” by the L❤️VE Bug! To be “cured” they had to complete a series of Math a ELA review activities. They did a great job, and no one suffered a 💔
PSSA Information/Dates-3rd and 4th Grade Families
Giant-Round Up at the Register
The Methacton School District is once again partnering with the GIANT Company on a special school program to help support our students. From now through February 28, 2022, GIANT customers can “ROUND UP AT THE REGISTER” to support the Methacton Backpack Program. Customers at the local GIANT (Egypt Road) can “round up” their grocery total at the register and the cumulative total of all the “spare change” donated will go into a fund for the Methacton School District. Last year, this fundraiser awarded more than $6,600 to the Methacton Backpack Program.
Standards Based Grading
The Methacton School District uses a standards-based grading system for students in grades K-4. This system helps us more accurately measure students’ mastery of PA Core Academic Standards in all subjects. The elementary report cards have been revised to reflect the changes to the state standards and Methacton’s curricula. The goal of this approach to reporting is to provide parents, students, and teachers with a detailed picture of what students know and are able to demonstrate. The information provided on the report card encourages dialogue about areas of strength and need, and how our students can continue to grow academically.
This article, Seven Reasons for Standards-Based Grading, explains more about standards-based grading.
As your child’s teacher explained during our Back-to-School night, I CAN statements have been developed to share with you what skills your child is being assessed on and the expectation of mastery for each trimester. The I CAN statements are listed on our MSD Family Center.
Eagleville Child Check / Attendance Reporting: 610-831-5325
Please provide the following information when leaving a message:
o Child's name
o Teacher's name
o Day and date your child will be absent
o Reason for your child's absence
You must call the Attendance line if your child is going to be absent or late and give the reason for the absence.
Volunteers are needed for all of the activities and functions sponsored by Eagleville's Home & School! To get involved, please contact any Executive Board Member or the Committee Chairperson of any activity you are interested in becoming a volunteer.
All volunteers must have obtained their clearances to participate in any capacity.
Please visit https://www.methacton.org/volunteer or see the attached procedures to begin the process.
Treasurer: Tara Ryan-Schill- Eaglevilletreasurer28@gmail.com
Recording Secretary: Chrissy Sirianni - Eaglevillesecretary@gmail.comCorresponding Secretary: Noelle Mullen - Eaglevillesecretary@gmail.com
Student Self-Screening Checklist
Please review the Student Self-Screening Checklist with your student every morning before school. If they have 2 symptoms from the first category OR 1 symptom from the second category please keep them home. Call the Absence line (610) 831- 5325 and report your student absent and symptomatic. Your student should be tested for Covid-19 and results sent to the school nurse. We are requiring a negative test result before your student can return to school. Please call Mrs. Cramer our school nurse for any questions. She can be reached at (610) 489-5000 extension 41206.
Health and Safety Plan
The school district recently adopted an update to the health and safety plan.
Here is the Link for the health and safety plan. Please take the time to read it.
Masks are required inside the building.
Consider sharing these words of wisdom from one of our second graders. “Sometimes it’s hard to not blame somebody else when you know something is your fault.” Taking responsibility for our thoughts, words and actions is a lifelong skill. Apologizing for mistakes is a great way to earn respect. If your child is having difficulty with peer relationships, feel free to contact Lori Shaw, School Counselor - 610-489-5000 X41207 or LShaw@methacton.org