Meadow View School

Bethel School District Eugene OR



Meadow View Update

Safety Week at Meadow View

This week is Safety Week. Meadow View staff and students will practice a lockdown drill, earthquake drill, directed evacuation and fire drill. These are rehearsals that we hope to never have to implement. However, we practice our drills to make sure everyone knows what to do in the event of an emergency.

Meadow View students and staff will practice a lockdown drill. Lockdown is the command used in the event of a threat-or perceived threat at or near our school. During our drill, an intercom announcement will inform staff and students that the drill will begin. Staff will then be asked to secure their classrooms. Teachers will lock classroom doors, close the blinds, move students away from the windows, turn out the lights, and ask students to remain quiet. The drill will last about five minutes, at which point another announcement will be made that the drill is over. Teachers will talk to students to prepare them for the lockdown drill. They will let students know that during a lockdown it is very important to stay quiet and listen to adult directions in order to stay safe. Teachers will also share that in the event of imminent danger, they may ask students (depending on grade level) to help barricade the door to make sure no one can enter the room or ask students to quickly evacuate the building. Tools that teachers will be using during these conversations are scripts that were created by the District Safety Committee and videos that were created in partnership with Eugene Police Department. 

Watch the K-5 video here: 

Watch the 6-12 video here:

We will also practice an earthquake drill and follow the Drop, Cover and Hold On protocol. Following our earthquake drill, we will conduct a directed evacuation. We intend to continue sharing our plans with you as we work together to ensure a safe school environment for all.


Exciting After-School Opportunities for K-5 Meadow View Students…..Enroll Now!     

Meadow View students have an opportunity to be involved in two exciting fun activities. 

Drawing Classes for Kids hosted by Young Rembrandts:  Mondays, November 5, 2018 – December 17th, 2018 from 2:35 pm – 3:45 pm. (no class 11/12) Tuition:  $63.00 (6 week session) Enrollment:  Enroll online @

*Young Rembrandts teaches children how to draw using an engaging methodology that all children can succeed with. We learn about drawing and art while developing academic, conceptual, and critical thinking skills.  And yes, we have fun too! Kids new to art or seasoned pros will love this class!


LEGO STEM Enrichment After-School Classes:  Thursdays, November 1, 2018 – December 13, 2018 from 2:35 – 4:05 pm.   

STEM FUNdamentals Using LEGO materials- Open to All Students Grades 1 – 5

Tuition:  $100 (6 week session)  Enrollment:  Enroll online @

*Kids are already naturally gifted creators.  They dive into our massive collections of LEGO.  And while they build elaborate objects they explore fundamental principles of engineering and physics.  They also learn to collaborate and create without fear of mistakes. The experience is joyful, the impact long lasting! For more information please visit: or contact Play-Well TEKnologies Area Manager Joe Roberts:


Title I Open House

For Parents/Families of Students Receiving Title 1 Support 

Thursday, October 25th 2018 5:30-6:30 P.M. Room 14 in the Blue Pod

This will be a presentation format. Ms.Thomas will start presenting at 5:35.  The presentation is 30-45 minutes long.

  • Meet the Title teacher, Ms. Thomas
  • Learn about reading and the brain
  • Explore our Title 1 Curriculum
  • Ask questions
  • Get ideas for reading at home with your child
  • Meet other families
  • Childcare provided-if needed (children must be toilet trained)


Join us this Friday, October 26th from 6:00-8:00 p.m. for our annual school-wide Monster Mash.  We’ll have dancing with music provided by DJ Shoop, food, games and a photo booth ($1 for photos).  Please wear school appropriate costumes.  This will be a fun time for all Meadow View Families! 



Student Update

Hi Meadow View Families,

I have encouraging news to share. The student who was hit by a car while crossing Avalon this week has undergone successful surgery for a broken leg. The student also has mild concussion and a fractured pelvis. The pelvis is expected to heal without surgery. The student will be in the hospital for at least a few more days. The parents wanted to share their appreciation to the Meadow View community for the support shown to them and their child.

Meanwhile, the City sent staff to observe the crossing of Avalon at Haviture Way and the City is actively considering options to make the area safer for all residents. I will send another update when there is news to share.

Have a great weekend.


Upcoming Events

Picture Day is right around the corner…Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Picture order packets will be sent home on Tuesday.

ENJOY A FREE 8X8 PHOTO BOOK when you order online using the Meadow View ID:  FO528165Y0 at

Smile Big….Every School Picture Tells A Story!!


Our Meadow View Believe Fall Fundraiser ends on October 9th …Encourage friends and family to support our school. Purchases can also be made online at

Parents and Guardians, with your help, we hope to raise over $10,000 to support educational and enrichment opportunities at our school.  Participants can win lots of prizes from the prize envelope and online!  Good luck on another awesome Meadow View fundraiser!


Meadow View’s Annual Health Screening is Coming!

On Monday Nov. 5th, Health Screenings for grades K-5 will take place in the gym. Screening will include vision checks by our local Lions group and dental checks by our Lane County Community Health Center Hygienists. Please contact your school Health Assistant if you do not want your child to participate in the health screening.

Revisiones de Salud en las escuelas primarias

Los exámenes de salud para los alumnos de los grados K -5 se llevarán a cabo en Lunes, Noviembre 5. Los exámenes incluirán, examen de la visión y dental. Por favor, póngase en contacto con la Asistente de Salud Escolar si usted no desea que su hijo participe en los exámenes de la  salud. ¡Por favor considere ser un padre voluntario en el día de Los Exámenes de Salud!




SAVE THE DATE……Meadow View Bingo Night on November 16th

Doors open at 6 p.m., games start at 6:30 p.m.

This fundraiser is run by 8th grade students and their families to raise money for special end-of-year events. Come and enjoy a night out playing B.I.N.G.O with family & friends.


Fill Up at the Farm

Come visit our first emergency water station and  receive a free water container!           

Emergency Water Distribution Station

This Site will provide water to the community during an emergency or disaster.

The Eugene Water & Electric Board and Bethel School District will host a ribbon cutting for the community’s first emergency water station from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6, at the Bethel Farm.

The station is the first of at least five EWEB will build in the next few years to supply water to the community in case a natural disaster or other emergency disrupts water service. This partnership uses the well at the Farm, combined with a pumping station with backup power to provide emergency water to area residents.

Come join us on Oct. 6 to fill up an emergency water container and learn more about how our community is preparing for emergencies.

  • Free 3-gallon emergency water storage containers – one per person while supplies last.
  • Get emergency preparation info and enter a raffle for prizes

The Bethel Farm is located off Patriot Way behind Prairie Mountain School at 5305 Royal Ave. Parking is limited, so please consider biking or walking. More information can be found here: EWEB


Llene en la Farm

¡Venga a visitar nuestra primera estación de agua de emergencia y reciba un contenedor de agua gratis!

Estación de distribución de agua de emergencia

Este sitio proporcionará agua a la comunidad durante una emergencia o desastre.

Eugene Water & Electric Board y el Distrito Escolar de Bethel organizarán un corte de cinta para la primera estación de agua de emergencia para la comunidad de 11 a.m. a 1 p.m. el sábado, 6 de octubre, en Bethel Farm.

La estación es la primera de al menos cinco que EWEB construirá en los próximos años para suministrar agua a la comunidad en caso de que un desastre natural u otra emergencia interrumpa el servicio de agua. Esta asociación utiliza el pozo en la Farm, combinado con una estación de bombeo con energía de respaldo para proporcionar agua de emergencia a los residentes del área.

Acompáñenos el 6 de octubre para llenar un contenedor de agua de emergencia y obtener más información sobre cómo nuestra comunidad se está preparando para emergencias.

  • Contenedores de almacenamiento de agua de emergencia de 3 galones gratis, uno por persona hasta que se agoten
  • Obtenga información acerca de la preparación para emergencias e ingrese a una rifa para ganar premios

Bethel Farm está ubicada a la salida de Patriot Way detrás del colegio Prairie Mountain en 5305 Royal Ave. El estacionamiento es limitado, así que considere ir en bicicleta o caminar. Más información se puede encontrar aquí: EWEB

Student Accident Update

Hi Meadow View Families,

I need to share some troubling news today. A Meadow View student crossing the street was hit by a car on Avalon near Haviture Way while riding a scooter home from school around 2:40 Wednesday afternoon. This was a serious accident and the student was transported to Riverbend hospital with a leg injury. We are awaiting further news on the student’s condition.

There were elementary and middle school-aged students at the scene and you may have children talking about this accident. We want to be respectful and discourage the spreading of rumors. If your child seems to be having trouble with the news, please refer them to our school counselor.

I will share any updated news with you as soon as it becomes available. As always, contact me with any questions.

Erika Case
Meadow View Principal

Upcoming Events

We have two exciting events coming up. Our K-5 Back to School Night will take place on Tuesday, September 25th from 5:30-6:30pm and our 6-8 Curriculum Night is scheduled for Thursday, September 27th from 5:30-6:30pm. 

At K-5 Back to School Night, parents will have the opportunity to tour the classroom with their child, celebrate current learning and classroom community as well as gain an understanding of what their student will experience this school year. Grade level teams will share more information about the evening with parents soon. 


At 6-8 Curriculum Night, parents will walk through a shortened, mock schedule of their child’s day, learn about the curriculum covered in each class, grading, expectations and future learning. This is a great sneak peek into your child’s daily routine as they navigate middle school and prepare for high school and beyond. 


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