Eagleville Elementary-Eagles Nest
Dr. Harmer Principal 9/17/21
Eagleville Back to School Night Wednesday, September 22nd
6:35-7:25 PM-Classroom Session 1-AM Kindergarten please attend Session 1 if possible
7:25-8:10 PM-Classroom Session 2-PM Kindergarten please attend Session 2 if possible
Special Areas/Home and School/Community Partners-Will be located in the gym/cafeteria, you may visit after your session.
The program concludes at 8:30 PM.
*Parents if for any reason you cannot make it on the 22nd, the teachers will be posting a video of the BTSN presentation to their Google Classrooms.
A few reminders:
- Adults only should attend, and limit two adults per student.
- Masks are required if you are attending.
- Parking is limited so please use front parking lot and also the parking lot in the rear. We will have the rear doors open.
- Security will be onsite to assist with parking.
- Teachers will post a BTSN video in their Google Classrooms which you may access 2 days after the event if you cannot attend.
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Eagleville Back to School Night 9-22-21
4th Grade Chorus Sign-Up
Hi 4th Grade Families! Mrs. Nugent (Ms. Coghlan) is hoping to have many fourth graders join Chorus this school year. We will be rehearsing every Thursday morning. Click on the form below to sign up and learn more!
Mrs. Wittenberg’s 3rd grade takes advantage of a nice Friday afternoon using the outdoor classroom.
Mr. Landis 4th Grade-Students learning place value using base 10 blocks
A great reminder for our students and staff every day!
Friday Math Centers in Mrs. Kucher's AM Kinder Class
Ms. Shaw our school counselor teaching a feelings lesson in Mrs. J's Kinder class
Mrs. Harrity's 1st Grade Enjoying a Brain Break on their Brand New Smartboard
M is for Mouse in Mrs. Juckniewitz's Kinder Class
Mr. Landis 4th Grade-Students are playing a game that helped them learn about the Consitution
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.
Separating from parents can be an emotionally distressing experience (for both parents and children) that creates the butterflies in the belly feeling. Practice “balloon breathing” together by placing your right hand on your heart and your left hand on your belly. Notice your breath and heartbeat. Then start to slow down the rhythm of your breath and imagine a balloon expanding and deflating in your belly. Keep the rhythm of this breath until the butterflies have flown away and you are ready to go to sleep at night or get on the bus in the morning. Encourage your child to use this breath whenever they get scared, angry or worried to help bring a calmer feeling. For more tips for dealing with big emotions, feel free to contact me. Lori Shaw, LShaw@methacton.org 610-489-5000 X41207