Parent Teacher Conferences are on December 7th and 8th: We’re looking forward to seeing all families at conferences this week. Teachers are excited to share student progress.
Safe Routes to School
Safe Routes To School (SRTS) is a program that has supported our Meadow View community in efforts to improve safety for students travelling to and from school. Our Walk + Bike to school days are one of the initiatives promoted by SRTS. Parents/Guardians are invited to complete a survey provided by the Safe Routes to School organization regarding walking and biking preferences. Please access the survey at the following link:
During the December parent-teacher conferences, parents of our K-2 students will have an opportunity to review the books and materials that will be used in the ongoing efforts to support a welcoming atmosphere in all Bethel schools.
We know that students perform better academically and socially when there is a positive relationship between families and schools. And, we want all of our students to see themselves and their families reflected in our classroom books and materials.
Bethel Guiding Principle: We believe in creating safe, caring, mutually respectful environments where all students and families are honored and valued for their diverse cultural background, unique strengths and diverse abilities.
Meadow View 8th Grade Fundraiser – December 7th & 8th
Stop by Dickie Jo’s or Dickie Yo’s and Enjoy Dinner and Dessert
25% of your purchase goes towards the 8th grade End of the Year Party.
Be sure to print out the attached flyer and cut out the voucher. The voucher is required for the fundraising event.
Click here for the dickie-jos voucher.
Season of Giving
We are gearing up for our first Season of Giving at Meadow View. Season of Giving replaces the Giving Tree that we’ve done in the past. Our first Season of Giving event takes place Nov. 22nd-Dec. 8th. We will be collecting new/unused children’s socks, pajamas, winter coats, hats, mittens, boots, board games, and books to be distributed to Meadow View students in need. If you are able to donate these things, our families will really appreciate your caring and thoughtfulness. Monetary donations are gladly accepted and will go towards purchasing items on the list. Please bring unwrapped donations of the above items to the office no later than December 8th.
If your children are in need of the items listed above, please contact Mrs. Foytek (541-607-9701 ext. 2645) or the front office for a form to fill out regarding specific needs and sizes. We will be collecting more/different items again in the spring. Our hope is to help families throughout the year and not just in December.
Meadow School Report Card
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. We use the information from the report card each year to make program adjustments and plan additional supports for students.
Click here for the meadow-view-repor-card-2016.
Click here for the district-report-card-2016.
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. Utilizamos la información de la tarjeta de calificaciones cada año para hacer los ajustes del programa y planear apoyos adicionales para los estudiantes.
Haga clic aquí para obtener la Meadow View Informe de Estado.
Haga clic aquí para el Estado Distrito Informe de Bethel Schools.
Click here for the meadowviewspanishreportcard-2016.
Click here for the districtspanishreportcard-2016.
The health team is looking for volunteers to assist with Meadow View’s health screening on Wednesday November 16th, 8:35-1:30. If you are available for the full time or even part of the time your help is greatly appreciated! Volunteers would help with getting students from classes, directing students to the different stations and helping Lion’s staff with vision screenings. We are also in need of volunteers for the vision and dental screening for 6th-8th grade on Tuesday November 22nd from 8:45-12:15. Please contact Shawna, the health assistant at 541-607-9700 if you are available.