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Weekly Update 1/18/2019

At Eastridge Elementary our mission is to develop a community of lifelong learners who will positively impact society.


While we love to celebrate , please remember that there is a “no birthday treats “ guideline. To access fun and helpful resources for healthy celebration ideas please visit the district wellness policy by clicking on this link. Also note that no birthday invitations are allowed to be distributed at school. It is school policy.

Fast Food

Please refrain from bring fast food into the building during student lunch times. We encourage you to eat a school lunch or pack a lunch from home.

Dear Parents

I am happy to announce that middle of the year NWEA testing was completed this week. Our students worked hard, showed stamina, and met their growth goals. Stop in any time to see the ALL STAR BULLETIN BOARD in the main hallway. This board acknowledges students for their growth in read, math, or both reading and math. Teachers and staff will continue to use the data from this assessment to plan and group students. Our goal is for every students to make it into the 60th percentile. Reports will be sent home Friday, January 25, 2019. Sorry for the delay in sending out the reports, we had a few students that needed make-ups.

Tomorrow there is no school for the staff or students of Warren Township. We will use this day to remember the great work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Below are free activities you can do with your family to remember his work. We will spend time this week learning more about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his contributions to society.


Mrs. Johnson

A Note from the Dean

Dear Eastridge Families,

Last week, our CORE/ Community focus was identifying and navigating emotions. All classrooms spent time each day working with activities that will help students identify and name what they are feeling. As well, Mr. Phillips has been visiting classrooms teaching specific tools that students can use to cope with their emotions when needed. Next week, we will be focusing on how to handle feeling angry. Please ask your child about what he/she is learning about their emotions and emotional regulation at school. Below are some resources for parents and caregivers on ways you can continue to support your child’s emotional development.




Please remember that the first step to school success is making sure that your child attends school everyday and on time! We love to see each and everyone of their smiling faces everyday morning. Enjoy MLK Day, and we will see everyone Tuesday.

Have an amazing week!

Mrs. Noel Wilson



First Grade: 94.18%

Second Grade: 94.61%

Third Grade: 94.21%

Fourth Grade: 94.20%

School Average: 94.38%

District Average: 96%

Classroom Spotlight:

Mrs. Burdine 96.47%

Ms. Bumb 96.96

Ms. Fater 97.22%

Mrs. Faust 98.18%

Mrs. Guest 97.73%

Ms. May 98.89%

Ms. Smith 97.31%

Mrs. Wood 97.89%

Casting Call

Please join us…

The Warren Arts and Education Foundation invites Warren Township Students K-8 to audition for King Arthur’s Quest directed by Missoula Children’s Theater. Auditions are Monday February 4th @ 4:30pm in the auditorium at Creston Middle School, 10925 E Prospect Street. Students who are cast must be available to rehearse Monday Feb 4th- Friday Feb 8th from 4:30-9:00pm and ALL day Saturday Feb. 9th for dress rehearsal and performances at 3 and 7p.m. This opportunity is free to students, there is a $5.00 admission fee to attend performances on Saturday. Questions email Michelle Shuffitt mshuffitt@comcast.net or call 317-490-7752

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Marcus Emerson will be visiting Eastridge on January 30th to speak to all fourth grade students.
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It's never to late to join our PTA. Joining the PTA allows you and your family to get into all PTA sponsored events free. $7 is all it takes to become a member. Please see the front office for more information.

Outside Recess

It’s that time of year when we need to remind student to make sure they have appropriate clothing for recess. The district policy states students will be going outside for recess if the temperature and the wind chill are above 20 degrees. We have extra coats, hats, and gloves for students in need. Please contact the front office if you need assistance.

Students must go outside unless we have a doctor statement.

Yearbook Sale

Order deadline: 3/1/2019

Cost: 12.00

Order online: ybpay.lifetouch.com

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