Eagle Friday News and Notes
September 15, 2017
Informational Brochures for New Familes
Mrs. Schmidt's students propose a project idea to Mr. Foreman for feedback and approval. We will see where the idea goes next...
Rhythm and Music
Kindergarten students work with Mr. Shanely experimenting with sounds and rhythms!
19: Literacy Night, 5:30-7:30; First Grade Field Trip to National Institute of Fitness and Sports.
22: Dad's Club Tailgate at Jennings Field, 5:30-7:00
28: Jog-A-Thon rain date
29: 4th Grade Field Trip: Feast of the Hunter's Moon
3: Which Wich Night; ZFD visits 1st Grade
4: Walk to School Day
5: ZFD visits 2nd Grade
6: Dad's Club Camp out
10: 1st Quarter Ends
Please join us for Fall Literacy Night on Tuesday, September 19 from 5:30-7:30p.m. This is a family event! We will have scheduled guest readers around a “campfire” in the café and light snacks. Attend some or all of the following open house style stations throughout the evening. Please RSVP to ensure we have enough materials and snacks!
Early Literacy Strategies (Mrs. Brent & Mrs. Brandt) - Media Center
Join literacy coach, Beth Brent, and Title 1 specialist, Joan Brandt, in learning strategies to support your early readers. Children will have an opportunity to play literacy games while adults can join and chat about ways to support reading at home.
Literacy through STEM (Mrs. Haas and Mrs. Money) - Room 7
Learn about the process of engineering a new solution to a problem in a story with STEM teacher, Mrs. Haas and preschool teacher, Mrs. Money with the mobile Makerspace.
Bookmaking (Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. Hannon) - Room 9
Join second grade teachers, Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. Hannon guide while students and families through bookmaking. Writers will have an opportunity to create books through personal choice and voice to spark interest in writing.
Language Acquisition Strategies/Connections (Mrs. Luker) - Room 12
Please stop by make family, community, and school connections with our English Language Teacher, Mrs. Luker. Meet new families and make new connections!
#Hashtag Your Favorite Book (Ms. Knox and Mrs. Werner) - Front Lobby
Hashtag your favorite book title on the front window with dry erase markers with third grade teachers, Ms. Knox and Mrs. Werner. You will also have an opportunity to decorate/illustrate a button to wear showing off your favorite book.
Celebrity Readers - Cafe
5:30 – Mr. Doublestein, Z West Middle School Principal
6:00- Officer Chapman, ZPD
6:30 – Mrs. Radivan
7:00 – Mr. Foreman
Eagle Express is Up and Running
Jog A Thon Update
School Lunch Information
- iVolunteer: Check eaglepto.ivolunteer.com for volunteer opportunities! Bring teacher treats, help with the book fair, take field trips and more.
- Rain Garden: Have a few hours to help beautify Eagle? September 30 we need some hands (adult & kid) to transplant items from the Town Hall rain garden to Eagle. Contact Heather.firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re available!
- Boosterville: We've teamed up with Boosterville for an easy way to support Eagle PTO by simply buying what you want from participating businesses like Rush on Main, Amore Pizzeria, SkyZone Fishers and more. Download the Boosterville app to sign up and start raising money for Eagle PTO today!
- PTO Texts: If you’d like to stay informed about Eagle events subscribe to text messages by texting @eaglepto to 81010. Like us on Facebook at Eagle Elementary PTO.
- Special thanks to Cara Fausset for organizing spirit wear this year!
Strong in Every Way
Click here to learn more about ZCS's Human Capital Campaign.
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CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR VOLUNTEERS
We value partnerships with our families and welcome parents and guardians to serve as volunteers in our schools. Each ZCS building offers a wide variety of volunteer opportunities.
Field Trip Chaperones
Out of Town/Overnight Chaperones
Classroom Helpers (PTO parties/room parents)
After Prom Workers
Field Day/Jog-A-Thon Volunteers
Book Fair Sales/Athletic Ticket Sales
During the school day, all volunteers are expected to sign in at the front office. Prior to the volunteer opportunity, all volunteers must sign a Non-disclosure Acknowledgement Form and have successfully completed a Full Criminal History Background Check. Necessary background check paperwork is available on the ZCS website at the Volunteers/BRAVO link and should be submitted at least 10 days prior to the intended volunteer date. Volunteers must also view the state mandated confidentiality/bullying video, provided on the Volunteer/BRAVO website. The volunteer will pay the fee* for the full background check which will expire after 5 years. The link to apply for the full background check can be accessed on the Volunteers/BRAVO link on the ZCS main webpage. For more information, contact the Volunteer/BRAVO Coordinator.
CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR VISITORS
During the school day, all visitors must enter via the front door and sign-in at the front office. Visitors need to be prepared to present a government issued photo ID which will be scanned against the National Sex Offender Registry. All visitors will be issued a visitor badge/tag to be worn inside the building at all times.
Classroom Guest Speakers
Classroom Special Events (Grandparent Day/Famous Hoosiers/etc.)
We ask that all visitors schedule an appointment to meet with teachers, counselors, administrators and all other staff members so that we may best serve everyone. Visitors other than parents/guardians must be prearranged and organized through the main office.
*ZCS thanks all volunteers for generous support of our youth and schools. Thank you, too, for supporting assurance of student and staff safety by completing and paying for a volunteer background check.