Meadow View School
I am thankful to be part of a community that is positive and passionate about education. Together we have created a nurturing safe school environment where everyone works hard, works together and does their best. Our classrooms are filled with inquisitive, energetic wonderful children that are continually learning and growing. Along with academic instruction, our kids learn about compassion, friendship and community. Last week Meadow View students raised 9,121 lbs. of food for our annual food drive. In addition to non perishable food items, many students brought in coins and cash. Each dollar raised equaled one pound of food. We totaled over 2,000 dollars in donations. The food goes directly to Meadow View families in need. Thank you for everything you do to support our community!
Meadow View Principal
Meadow View Technology
Over the past few years, our fabulous Meadow View PTO has organized fundraisers and partnered with Cosmos Creations to raise money to increase computer and tablet technology at Meadow View. As a result, Meadow View now has two chromebook carts (32 chromebooks per cart) and three iPad carts (two carts of 32 and one cart of 16) for teachers to utilize for enhancing instruction. A core group of teachers have received training to design and develop lessons that create digital learning experiences. Additionally, two Meadow View teachers received a district grant that added another chromebook cart (35 chromebooks) to be utilized in their classrooms.
As our students continue to make gains each day in the classroom, here is a look at last school year’s State School Report Card. As you examine the report card from the 2014-15 school year, know that our school currently has one full year with its new math and English language arts curriculum, and we are grateful to now have more teachers and smaller class sizes than in recent years.
Click here for the Meadow View State Report Card.
Click here for the Bethel School District State Report Card.
Resultados de pruebas estatales
A medida que nuestros estudiantes continúan haciendo ganancias diario en el aula,
aquí es una mirada a Informe Escolar del Estado Tarjeta del último año escolar. Estamos agradecidos de tener más maestros y clases mas pequeños en comparison a los últimos años. Sabe que nuestra escuela tiene actualmente un año completo con este plan nuevo de matemáticas y lenguaje inglés.
Haga clic aquí para obtener la Meadow View Informe de Estado.
Thanks to the Airport Rotary Club of Eugene, our eighth grade students are off to Lane Community College on November 20th. They will explore the campus, learn about programs, and get a deeper look in a chosen area, such as Art, Technology, and Health Sciences. This is a great opportunity to get students thinking about high school, college, and beyond!
We have started the process of gathering immunization information so we don’t have any students excluded from attending school in February.
Parents please provide us with any immunization updates students have, including month & year of chickenpox disease. Any updates can be given or faxed to the front office or your Health Room Assistant. Contact your school Health Assistant for questions about State required school immunizations.
Girls on the RUN is so much FUN!
Girls on the Run is a transformational physical activity based positive youth development program for girls in grades 3-5. We teach life skills through dynamic, interactive lessons and running games. The program culminates with the girls being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5K event. The goal of the program is to unleash confidence through accomplishment while establishing a lifetime appreciation for health and fitness.
**NOTE** We are still in need of volunteer coaches for Meadowview! Apply online at www.gotrwillamette.org. This is an extremely rewarding experience for our coaches too!
WHEN: Sign up now through January 30th at www.gotrwillamette.org.
Season is mid-March- early June. Practices are twice/week for 90 minutes. Non-competitive 5K celebration is June 4th.
WHO: Any girl in grades 3-5 may participate! No running ability required.
COST: The cost of the program is $150. Scholarships are available based on need. Please complete the scholarship form (gotrwillamette.org) before registering.
Need more information? Contact Carleen McKillop at 541-514-4395 or email@example.com
Bingo Night will be a fun event for the whole family.
Here’s a popular school event that’s proven to be a big hit year after year. Mark your calendars for the Meadow View Bingo Night.
Friday, November 13th
Doors open at 6 p.m.
Games begin 6:30 p.m.
Title 1 Open House
Thursday, October 29, 6:30-7:30 Room 14
For Parents/Families of Students in Title 1, please join us for our Title 1 Open House. You will have the opportunity to…
- Meet the Title teacher, Ms. Thomas
- Tour the Title 1 Room
- Learn about our Title 1 Program
- Ask questions
- Get ideas for reading at home with your child
- Meet other families
- Childcare available
Join us this Friday, October 23 from 6:00-8:00 for our third annual school-wide Monster Mash. We’ll have dancing with music provided by DJ Shoop, food, games and a photo booth. This will be a fun time for all Meadow View families! School appropriate costumes are encouraged for both kids and parents.
The suggested donation is $5 per family or $2 per person. Tickets are now on sale at school or can be purchased at the door during the event. See you tomorrow!
This Friday 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 on Friday, 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 three minutes, at which point another announcement will be made that the drill is over.
This week, teachers will be talking to students to prepare them for the drill. Teachers will let students know that during a lockdown it’s 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.
These are rehearsals that we hope never have to be put into practice. At the same time we are also meeting state requirements which call for schools to practice a lockdown drill at least once each year.
We intend to continue sharing our plans with you as we work together to ensure a safe school environment for all.
As always, feel free to contact me for clarification or more information.
Creative Fall Fundraiser Ideas
Check our how Meadow View kindergartener Alora Bess supports our fall fundraiser. Way to go Alora! The fundraiser will end on Friday, October 16th.