The Eagle View Update

Friday, May 27, 2022



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Eagle View Elementary School Summer Information


June: M-Th, 8:00am-3:00pm. Closed on Fridays


August: M-F, 7:00am-3:00pm

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Planning for Eagle View Summer School & ESY

Current K-3rd graders will attend Summer School at Eagle View Elementary


Current 4th graders will attend Summer School at the Middle Level building

Eagle View is going to host Summer School starting on Monday, August 8th, 2022 through Thursday, August 25, 2022. This 3-week program (Mondays through Thursdays from 8:00am-12:00pm) will be designed as an intervention opportunity tied to Math and Literacy for students in current grades K-3, attending at Eagle View, while current 4th grade students will attend Summer School at the Middle Level (as 5th graders).

The students enrolled in this program will be identified by Eagle View staff. Summer school is not a punitive environment, but instead a targeted intervention for students identified by academic data (not limited to: 2021-22 grades, STAR Assessment scores in Literacy and Math, and MN Comprehensive Assessment (MCA) Scores).

Eagle View will share more information with the families of identified students before the end of the school year through an invitation letter.

Eagle View staff will also be contacting families eligible for Extended School Year (ESY) with updates and information.

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Valuable Feedback

This week 4th graders gave Mrs. Trottier some feedback about the first year of E-STEM. Their answers were honest, insightful and will be so helpful as we look ahead and start planning for next year. Some of their favorite activities were wild ricing, the trust walk, tree paintings, snowshoeing, zip line engineering and maple syruping. They loved any chance to get outside and explore the natural world around Eagle View.

Suggestions for next year included more engineering projects, games and time exploring in the woods and around the pond and lake. They said they liked the classes when we moved more and had less sitting. When asked what is one thing you learned that you will carry on with you when you leave Eagle View many students said maple syruping.

Other comments included:

“Take time for nature every day!”

“To journal more about what you hear, feel, see, smell (not taste).”

“How much you can change the world by doing simple things, like picking up just one single thing off the ground.”

Thanks for the valuable feedback 4th graders, and good luck in middle school!

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Have an active and fun summer with Community Education! We have classes and activities for children and adults. Check out all that we have to offer at Pequot Lakes Community Education.

Keep in mind that registration for youth fall sports will open July 1, and other fall classes will open at the end of July.

As always, be sure to check out the community backpack for information and more opportunities in the area.