K-5 Title 1 Open House

 For Parents/Families of Students in Title 1

Thursday, October 20, 2016                 boy-reading

6:30-7:30 P.M.

Room 14 in the Blue Pod

 Meet the Title teacher, Ms. Thomas!

  • Tour the Title 1 Room!
  • Learn about 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 J)


6th – 8th Grade Interim Progress Reports will be mailed home this week.


Pappy’s Pizzeria Fundraising Event for our 8th Grade Class

Monday, October 24, 2016

Please consider having a family dinner at Pappy’s to support the “Meadow View 8th Grade end-of-year events”.

Pappy’s will donate 50% of your food order.

Stop by the Meadow View office for a flyer or print out this attached pappys flyer.



Monsters, Monsters, Monsters



Join us for Bed Time Story Time!  For Bethel families with children 3 to 8 years old.

Cookies & Juice, Monster Stories, Monster Mask making and more.

At The Bethel Family Resource Center located at 3455 Royal Ave in the Fairfield Annex.

Wednesday, October 19th, 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

Let the Wild Rumpus Begin!



PTO Meeting:  Wednesday, October 19th, 6 – 7 p.m. in the South Media Center

Guest speakers will be:  Michelle from Peterson Barn/Rec Zone & Nicole Zwink to talk about Measure 97pto

We would love to have YOU join us!






Bethel Health Screenings

Elementary School Health Screening

Health Screenings for grades K -5 will be done throughout the district beginning in September. Screenings will include vision, height/weight and dental. Please contact your school Health Assistant if you do not want your child to participate in health screening. Please consider being a parent volunteer on their screening day!  Screening grades KG-5 – Wed. 11/16/2016 – 8:35 AM start time      


Middle School Health Screening

This year vision screenings will be performed by the Lion’s Club for grades 6, 7 and 8 beginning in November. Dental hygienists from White Bird dental will also perform a basic dental screening on that day. Please contact the school office if you’d like to volunteer for the day. Also, please contact your school Health Assistant if you do not want your child to participate in health screening.  Screening grades 6, 7 & 8 – Tues. 11/22/2016 – 8:35 AM start time

Reminder: Picture Day is Wednesday, October 5thpicture-day



Science Program at UO

The Science Program to Inspire Creativity and Excellence (SPICE) and UO STEM CORE will hold the 6th annual “Science Open House” October 5th, in the Willamette Hall Atrium (6:30pm-8:30pm) on the University of Oregon campus. The Open House will feature a drawing for several science kits and toys. All children under 15 receive a free ticket for the drawing. Additional tickets will be dispensed to children who complete the science pentathlon. Donations encouraged. All donations will go to support science summer camp scholarships for middle school aged girls.


Meadow View’s annual Walk and Bike to School Day is Wednesday, October 5th. All students who walk, bike or roll to school on their own power that day will be entered in a raffle for a chance to win a free bike. Look for the raffle table in front of the school when you arrive to enter.walk-bike-to-school-day-2015-slider






dentalOn Oct 7th, a dentist will be at Bethel Health Center to provide

FREE Dental Care! FRIDAY DENTAL DAYS is brought to us by White Bird Dental Clinic and Oregon Community Foundation

*All Bethel students are eligible regardless of ability to pay.

*If you have health insurance, please bring your insurance card to the appointment.

*To take advantage of this convenient and great service, forms are available at the schools and at Bethel Health Center

The next FRIDAY DENTAL DAY will be Oct 21st.


Call Anna Estrada at White Bird Dental 541-344-8302

Bethel Health Center is located inside Cascade Middle School. The entrance is on the north side of the building.  Look for the awning.   1525 Echo Hollow Rd Suite A



naacpEugene/Springfield NAACP Kickoff Event!

Youth Programming October 8th 2016, 10am- 2pm

2nd floor Downtown LCC 101 w 10th Eugene, Oregon

The 2016/17 school year is here and the Eugene/Springfield NAACP would like to welcome parents and students to participate in Youth Council, Act-So and our Back to School Tutoring (BTS) program. Come learn more about these great opportunities and the many available resources at our kickoff celebration! Free lunch will be served at noon.

All Parents and Students are encouraged to attend

Sign up Today for one or all of these great programs, and meet our community partners!

ACTSO– show off and hone your skills, earn recognition, and travel opportunities.

YOUTH COUNCIL– Be an agent of change! Leadership skills, fun trips, and social engagement!

BTS– Be all you can be academically! Free tutoring, computer lab and academic/parental assistance and counseling.

Contact: info@naacplanecounty.org




Curriculum Night is tonight (9/27) from 6:30 to 7:30

Families of children in grades K-5 will meet in their homeroom classes.

Curriculum night will look different this year for our 6th -8th grade families. Teachers will simulate a six period school day. Each teacher will offer a brief presentation about class content, classroom procedures and grading. The evening will offer a short version of your child’s day.

You are invited to attend all six periods or select the classes that most interest you. We understand that many students have siblings in the lower grades, so you may choose to attend one or two class periods. Below is the middle school curriculum night schedule.

6th-8th Curriculum Night Schedule:

Period 1: 6:30-6:37

Period 2: 6:40-6:47

Period 3: 6:50-6:57

Period 4: 7:00-7:07

Period 5: 7:10-7:17

Period 6: 7:20-7:27


picture-dayMeadow View School Picture Day: Wednesday, October 5th  

Order before Picture Day at:


Picture Day ID: LO416165Y0



Meadow View Fall Fundraiser

fundraiserThe Fall Fundraiser officially starts today. Fundraiser packets were sent home in Tuesday folders. Please consider participating as this is the biggest fundraiser we do each year. Our goal is to raise $10,000 for the PTO to help pay for buses, field trips, school materials, playground materials, special school programs, technology and a number of other initiatives that support student learning. The packets with the orders are due back to the school by October 11th. Have fun and be safe!




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