January 6, 2020
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.
We hope that you enjoyed a relaxing winter break and are recharged and ready to drive right into the new year. We welcome and value your positive energy and dedication to excellence in education, and we look forward to renewing our working with you and your children.
As educators, we at Eagle Academy are thankful for all opportunities to impact young lives. Our students are the reason we’re here. As they returned to school this morning, the atmosphere was very positive.
As the second semester begins, the teachers, staff, and I have one vision for our students and we hope it closely matches yours. We want ALL of them to become all that they can be. We want them to strive for excellence through consistent attendance, perseverance, utilizing help from our faculty, and working diligently at home with you to reinforce those skills that are taught during class. We want this because these traits will build good habits that will be beneficial throughout their life. We expect a great deal from them because we believe that each and every one of our students are so very capable of reaching excellence!
Deanne Carroll - Principal
LOTTERY SYSTEM NOW OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS!
Don't forget that you also MUST submit a lottery application for any sibling that you want to attend Eagle Academy. The ONLY way a seat can be offered is through the lottery system.
*If you have a Kindergartner next year, you MUST submit an application for them*
If you know of someone that is interested in our program, please let them know that the lottery application system is now open!
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Tamara at the front office.
CALLING ALL DADS
Eagle Academy Charter School values and appreciates the contributions and support we receive from all of our amazing stakeholders. We would not be the school that we are without your support. We would like to send out a special invitation to our dads to come spend some time volunteering so that our boys can have more opportunities to see and interact with men in the school environment. We believe that your presence in the building will be of great benefit in helping to build character in our young men.
Below is a list of opportunities that we hope some of our dads will take advantage of. We are always open to your suggestions on how we can work together to create an environment that you feel comfortable spending time in.
- Greenhouse clean-up and repairs (Mrs. Timberlake)
- Storage Room Reorganization (front office)
- Replace hooks in classrooms (front office)
- Snow removal (anytime it snows. shovels are outside front entry)
- Playground duty (referee/coach soccer, dodgeball, flag football, etc.)(front office)
- Support in the classrooms (classroom teachers)
- Develop and manage an after-school club for our boys (Principal Carroll)
You can contact the front office, Mrs. Carroll, or any classroom teacher for more information on these and other dad-friendly volunteer opportunities. We hope to hear from you soon.
PIZZA THIS WEEK
If you paid for the year: No order form is needed.
If you did NOT pay for the year: Please complete the order form that will come home with your student today, in Monday Folders, and return with payment by 9am on Tuesday for your child to get pizza.
Thank you for supporting the 6th Grade and their end of year field trip!
JUNIOR NATIVE YOUTH OLYMPICS
It is time for Junior Native Youth Olympics! I really enjoy coaching your students.
The games teach sportsmanship, agility, strength, and endurance.
Please read the permission slip, or ask Mrs. Crowther for details: firstname.lastname@example.org
JANUARY PTO MEETING
Jump into the new year lending a helping hand!
We have lots of events coming up that need helpers. Come let us know how you can help.
Thursday, January 9th at 6pm in the staff lounge.
Time to Renew
If you signed up for the semi-annual milk program at the beginning of the year, it is time to renew!
Didn't sign up earlier in the year but want you student to get milk/yogurt/juice?
Go ahead and sign up now using the attached form and submit to the PTO lockbox in the school lobby with payment. DEADLINE TO SIGN UP FRIDAY, JANUARY 10TH!
SCIENCE NIGHT ACTIVITIES
Make plans to be at school on Friday, January 31st from 6pm-8pm! Mrs. Pogue has organized various science groups from the area to come and present hands on science activities. This is an event you won't want to miss!
CITRUS ORDER UPDATE
Knock Knock, Who's There?, Orange, Orange Who?
"Orange" you glad our citrus is almost here?! Our fruit has been picked and sent to Seattle to ship up! It should be leaving Seattle Monday/Tuesday. Once we get a confirmed date of delivery (could range from later this week to early next week) we will let everyone know!
We could also use some helping hands to unload the fruit once it gets to the school! The truck usually arrives between 8-10 am, so if you are available during that window and can repeatedly lift 20 pound boxes - we need you! Thank you!
PARENT ORIENTATION MEETINGS
- Friday, January 10th - 9:00 am
- February is Visit Our Schools Month - every Tuesday at 9:30 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. We look forward to seeing you.
French Toast Schoolbox Black Friday Deal
30% off Sitewide
Plus Free Shipping on Orders $50+
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3 Days: 11/27-11/29
Save at Eagle Academy's webstore:https://www.frenchtoast.com/schoolbox/schools/eagle-academy-charter-school-QS5MHIY
SEE THE FLYER BELOW FOR ALL THE UPCOMING SALE/DEALS INFO.