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Eastview Elementary School - May 2016

Message from the Principal

I can’t believe that this is the last monthly newsletter of the school year. This year has seemingly gone by in a blink of an eye. I am so proud of Eastview’s students, teachers and parents. Our children have worked hard and have accomplished a tremendous amount this year. It is an honor to be part of the Eastivew family. I look forward to many years to come!

I hope that you and your family have a fun-filled, relaxing summer together!


Mr. Small

Students of the Month

Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible and Be Proud is the Eastview Motto. Each month teachers nominate two students who exemplify these virtues. The students’ names are recognized on the daily announcements, and their picture is placed on the wall in the front hallway for the month. The “Eagles of the Month” for April are:

Tyler Adams, Owen Ausmus, Kayden Bishop, Mason Bunch, Abby Burch, Cameron Butts, Colten Conley, Peyton Drew, Peyton Gabbard, Jesse Gibbs, Kyndal Glaub, Kyra Heidlage, Olivia Jones, Ellie Lakes, Dawson Legere, Maranda Messer, Stella Moore, Royal Parsley, Josiah Pennington, Elyssia Peters, Seth Rose, Sarah Ritchie, Daniel Shank, Makilah Smith, Jaylin Steele, Jaydon Sorrell, Josh Welch, Kaylynn Willey, Arik Williams, and Brian Wilson.

Way to go Eagles!

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Access to thousands of free online books!

Hoosier students will have access to thousands of free online books in 2016. From now through December 31, 2016, students, families, and educators will have access to more than 5,000 free, online books through the myON Digital Library. Check them out here:


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Around Eastview

Eastview Has Talent

After taking a couple years off, the Eastview Talent Show came on strong again this year with over thirty students participating in a great show! Students ranging in ages from kindergarten to sixth grade auditioned, rehearsed and braved the stage on April 7. Students and families pack the gymnasium to see all kinds of outstanding talent. Some of the acts included singing, guitar playing, magic, dancing, and original poetry reading. Many students also contributed visual art that was displayed throughout the gymnasium. We are so proud of our Eastview Eagles!

Transfer Forms

If you would like to apply for an early transfer for the 2016-2017 school year, please return the transfer forms that were sent home. If you need another copy, please contact the school office at 765-825-5541.

Food Service

Students are not allowed to charge any meals during the last 10 days of the school year.

PTO News

The last PTO meeting for this school year is scheduled for Thursday, May 12 at 4:00 pm. We collected 8,600 box tops and received a check for $1,392.50. Wow!! This money will be used to fund different activities for our students. Please continue to save your box tops over the summer and turn them in when school resumes in August.

Emergency Alerts

If you haven't already done so, we highly recommend you sign up for emergency alerts provided by our local 9-1-1 service. This Emergency Notification system enables the Fayette County 9-1-1 to provide you with critical information quickly in a variety of situations, including weather delays and closings. You can find a link on the Eastvew homepage or at the following website:https://ww2.everbridge.net/citizen/EverbridgeGateway.action?body=home&gis_alias_id=900761

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Eastview Elementary School

The mission of Eastview Elementary School is to provide quality educational programs in an environment, which is safe, harmonious, and conducive to learning, enabling a diverse population of all ages to become independent, productive citizens and lifelong learners.