# Eagleville Elementary-Eagles Nest

## Teacher Appreciation Week 2020

I know most of our students reached out directly to teachers this week to thank them, but I thought all would enjoy a slideshow of a few thank you pictures. Click on the link below to see the pictures in a slideshow with some music. (You will need to click on each slide to transition to the next) Enjoy!

## Eaglevile Weekly Update from Dr. Harmer

Hello Eagleville Families,

Thank you for the response to "Crazy Hair Day". Please check out the photos below for pictures of some wacky hair! Next week is Superhero week, so send me a picture of yourself in your favorite superhero garb or t-shirt. You can Email pictures to kharmer@methacton.org

Dr. Harmer

Stay safe and #EaglevilleStrong!

## Full Day Kindergarten Presentation

On Monday, April 27, the Methacton School Board of Directors heard a presentation pertaining to full day kindergarten which is being considered for the 2022-2023 school year. You can see the presentation here: https://youtu.be/IW7c-8svqlk.

The Board is accepting questions or comments through May 31, 2020 in regards to full day kindergarten. Please email to information@methacton.org.

## Elementary Virtual Field Day Information

Please read the attached letter so you can prepare and gather some household items to participate in the Virtual Field Day which will be held the weeks of May 18th and 25th. Good luck, and read the letter carefully if you are participating. Please send me some pictures also from your Field Day to share kharmer@methacton.org

## 24 Math Problems of the Week New Cards Below for 5-8-20

Math 24 is a mental math game that challenges you to use the 4 numbers on the card using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division (Not necessarily all four operations every card) to get to 24. Your solution must use all 4 numbers and have three steps. You can only use the numbers once! For example:

Four numbers are 7, 1, 1, and 4.

Solution: Always give last step first: 6 x 4=24

Step One: 7 -1 =6

Step Two: 4 x 1 =4

Final Step: 6 x 4 =24

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So now that you know how to play, try the attached cards, remember there are usually many different paths to get to 24:

## School Counselor News

How you look at any situation is how it ends up being. Something can be the best of times or the worst of times! A game that I have regularly played with children is the “high / low game”. It is where you talk about feelings in terms of the best and worst, and often the same event can be both. This can be a fun family game to play at dinnertime. Please share this short video with your children as you meet some of my counselor friends and we share how to play the game. https://www.wevideo.com/view/1687525120 Friendly reminder to 3rd grade students to fill out the Safety Patrol application by 5/14 if you are interested for next year. I’m available for questions, comments or concerns at LShaw@methacton.org. Lori Shaw, School Counselor

## Eagleville Elementary

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