Meadow View School
Plans are in place for a great school year. Mark your calendar for the upcoming events!
Meet the Teacher Night Wednesday, August 27
- View class lists (posted at 4:00 p.m.)
- Meet teachers & visit classrooms 5:00-5:45
- Enjoy ice cream-PTO hosted 5:30-6:15
Curriculum Night Tuesday, September 23, 6:30-7:30
- Learn more about your child’s class
- Celebrate the exciting work happening at Meadow View!
PTO Meeting on Monday, September 8, 3:00-4:00
- Come join the fun!
Half Day Friday- Please remember Friday is the last day of school for grades 1-8. We will dismiss at 11:30 a.m. There is no kindergarten on Friday.
Departure Ceremony Tonight-We will say goodbye to the Class of 2014 at Tonight’s Departure Ceremony. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.; the ceremony begins at 6:30 p.m. Following the ceremony will be the Departure Dance for 8th students. The dance lasts until 9:30 p.m.
Lost and Found- Please make sure you stop by and check out the lost and found lining the hallways. All lost and found items will be donated to the Bethel Clothes Closet at the end of the school year.
Report Cards- Teachers will be completing report cards on Monday, June 16th. Report cards will be mailed home for all students the week of the 16th.
Successful 2nd Grade Art Show
Meadow View’s second grade class held a Art Show on Thursday, May 29th. The Art show featured the talented artists from the classrooms of Mrs. Hardwick, Mrs. Newton, and Miss. Simmons. Families were able to view samples of their students art set in a stunning display of line, texture, color, shape and form.
Lost and Found
Next time you are in our building please check our lost and found areas near the Elementary Satellite Kitchen and in our Middle School wing by the South Gym. All unclaimed items will be donated to the Bethel Clothes Closet at the end of the school year.
Meadow View Yearbooks
We have a limited amount of yearbooks still available to purchase. They will be sold on a first come first serve basis for $25. Kids love getting their yearbooks signed by friends and teachers. Don’t miss out on all the fun and excitement when the yearbooks arrive.
Peer Mediation involves training students to mediate conflicts and miscommunication between fellow students. Our Peer Mediators can be found helping students solve minor conflicts during K-5 recess time. Since implementing Peer Mediators we have seen an increase in student cooperation and improved school climate. In addition, our peer Mediators benefit by: Developing leadership and communication skills, problem-solving techniques, and increased self confidence.
Bethel students have the opportunity to nominate their favorite teacher for the Kendall Drive For Education Teacher of the Year. Kids can write an essay, poem, or thank-you letter (500 words or less) sharing how a teacher has influenced their life and why they appreciate and admire them. The deadline is May 21st. Click here for more information.
Track season continues after school is out for the summer. All kids grades 3-8 are invited to take part in the Run TrackTown Youth League, a series of seven all-comer early summer track meets. Top finishers will advance to the Run TrackTown Youth League Championship meet on July 26 at Hayward Field, as part of the final weekend of festivities surrounding the IAAF World Junior Championships in Eugene. Click here for more information on the All-Comers Meets.
Regrettably, we’ll be cancelling school carnival for this year (originally scheduled on May 30th, 2014).
Rites of Passage Summer Academy
The Rites of Passage Summer Academies at Lane Community College are designed to inform and inspire high school and middle school students of color in Bethel and Lane County. Students representing four racial/ethnic groups are immersed in summer programs focusing on their cultural history, literature, folklore, and traditions. These programs are designed to promote positive self-image and self-esteem. The four affinity-based programs include African American Rites of Passage, Asian Pacific American Rites of Passage, Bridge of the Gods, and Puertas Abiertas Latino/Latina Rites of Passage. These summer academies are free, but require an application. High school students are eligible for high school and/or LCC credit for participating in one of the Rites of Passage programs.