Meadow View Carnival was a Wonderful Evening!
Thank you to our fabulous Meadow View PTO, students and families for making our 2019 Carnival a big success! We love our Meadow View Community! Check out the slideshow below for some great photos of the night’s events. Go Wolves!
Hello Meadow View families,
As we wrap up the 2018-2019 school year, we wanted to let you know that the registration window for returning students will be open later this week. All returning families will receive an email from Bethel School District with their Snap Code information. Once you have this information, you may log onto your online registration form and register your returning student(s) between June 5-30.
Please follow these steps to locate the registration page.
- Select the Parent Tab
- Select the Online Enrollment Form
- Scroll down to Returning Students
- Sign in with your student snap code credentials
- Complete student forms
You are not required to come to Meadow View to complete the online registration process. However, you are always welcome to stop by the office for help any time during the remainder of the school year and Meadow View will also offer extended hours in August on Tuesday, August 6th (7:30 am – 6:30 pm) or Wednesday, August 7th (7:30 am – 6:30 pm) for support completing the online registration process. We will have laptops available and staff support for online access.
If you have any questions, please contact the Meadow View office at (541) 607-9700.
School Supply Changes for Bethel
There will be a $25 fee for all students K-5.
Our 6-8 grades will have a $25 fee and a list of 4-6 additional items (see below) that families are responsible to purchase.
The only school supplies that students K-5 are asked to provide is a backpack.
Meadow View students in grades 6-8 are asked to provide:
- a backpack
- pencil pouch (if binder doesn’t have one)
- ear buds
- Personal set of colored pencils
- Mechanical pencils
Everything else is covered with the $25 fee and will be provided for students via their homeroom teacher.
If this puts an undue burden on your family, please contact Meadow View at 541-607-9700. Your confidentiality will be protected.
Meadow View 6th Graders WIN BRAIN BOWL
Congratulations to our very own Ms. Sarah Campbell and our amazing group of MV Brain Bowl student participants. They competed on Friday at LCC and our 6th grade team brought home a first place win! Well done Molly Reynolds, Avery Whippo, Jacob Steiner, Danny Measho, Lily Silberstein and Carter Bravery.
Meadow View WINS the EWEB Solar Car Challenge!
Congratulations to Meadow View’s Mrs. Mandy Forester and our amazing 8th graders for the hard work they put in on their solar cars–it definitely paid off! For the past several weeks, students across Lane County have been working on building their own solar-powered cars. Over the weekend, EWEB hosted its 22nd annual Solar Car Challenge. The car categories were art concept, hill climb, speed and science/design concept. Several Meadow View students qualified and competed this weekend and WON. Taylor Marks, Makayla Gordon and Sara Nguyen placed 1st in speed racing and Jared Vaughn and Billy Bauer placed 2nd in science concepts and design. YAY! Check out the slideshow below.
Safety Drill this Wednesday
On Wednesday, 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 three 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. We practice drills to make sure everyone knows what to do in the event of an emergency.
Meadow View Carnival is Tonight
It’s CARNIVAL DAY! Come for the annual Meadow View Spring Carnival! On this evening, we’ll have fun games, bounce houses, prizes, face painting, live music by the fabulous MV Jazz Band and yummy food! Five food trucks will be on site offering dinner and snack options for purchase.
This year admission will be a flat rate. No need to buy individual game tickets! Admission is $5.00 per child at the door (adults are free!) and that includes unlimited game play! Bring the whole family and your friends for this fun evening! See you tonight!
Second Grade Art Show was a Hit!
Meadow View’s second grade teaching team hosted an amazing art show last night featuring our talented second grade students’ artwork! Thank you to all who came and celebrated our second graders’ colorful expressions and puppets! Check out some of their awesome work.
End of the School Year Dates
Just a reminder, the last day of school (for all students) is Tuesday, June 18th. This is a half day with dismissal at 11:30. It’s been an amazing year at Meadow View and we are working hard to finish strong!
8th Grade Trip and Departure Ceremony
Tuesday, June 11th, the 8th graders will be going to Hellgate Jetboats in Grants Pass for a class field trip. Students will be leaving Meadow View at 6:00am sharp and are expected to return to campus by 5:00pm.
Wednesday, June 12th is the 8th Grade Departure ceremony. Students will have a full day of school – including the departure ceremony! The departure ceremony will begin at 6:30pm and doors open at 6:00pm. There will be a dance afterwards for 8th grade MV students only. There will be a short time before the dance begins for some photo ops. The dance ends at 9:30pm.
We Are Bethel Celebration
Make plans to have fun at the We Are Bethel Celebration, this Saturday, June 1 at Petersen Barn Park.
The free party includes performances by the Meadow View and Cascade Jazz Bands, Danebo 5th Graders, the Cascade Choir, and the Latin band Taller son Jarocho.
Join the gunnysack three-legged race, egg on spoon race, and balloon-popping relay races.
Visit the community booths and carnival games, or the three food carts: Porky’s Piglet, Vegi Moto, and Sweet Bay Shaved Ice.
The Celebration starts at noon and lasts until 4:00.
Nosotros somos betel
Haga planes para divertirse en la celebración de We Are Bethel, el sábado 1 de junio en Petersen Barn Park.
La fiesta gratuita incluye actuaciones de las bandas de jazz Meadow View, Cascade, Danebo 5th Graders, Cascade Choir y la banda latina Taller y su hijo Jarocho.
Únase a la carrera de tres patas, la carrera de huevo con cuchara, y las carreras de relevos de reventar globos.
Visite las cabinas de la comunidad y los juegos de carnaval, o los tres carritos de comida: Porky’s Piglet, Vegi Moto y Sweet Bay Shaved Ice.
La celebración comienza al mediodía y dura hasta las 4:00.
Free Summer Art Classes
Artie the Art Bus will bring free art classes to parks in our community this summer. Brought to you by the River Road Park and Recreation District, Artie will make stops from late June through the end of August. Click here to see the summer schedule (PDF).
Clases gratuitas de arte de verano
Artie the Art Bus traerá clases de arte gratuitas a los parques de nuestra comunidad este verano. Presentado por el River Road Park y el distrito de recreación, Artie hará paradas desde finales de junio hasta finales de agosto. Haga clic aquí para ver el horario de verano (PDF).
Tomorrow, Friday, May 17th is the Meadow View Jog-A-Thon!
Parents and Friends, come and cheer on or run with your student (s).
A BIG THANK YOU to all our Jog-A-Thon Sponsors for your support!!
Meadow View Outdoor School
Meadow View 5th Graders are at Outdoor School this week…And they are having a blast!
The rain hasn’t put a damper on their smiles or their fun!
Free Family Event
Hands on demonstrations of the science behind optics, light, and color; a laser maze; win a light kit so you can experiment with light at home.
They are all part of a free family event this Thursday at the UO called International Day of Light: Illuminating Education.
Learn how eyes work, why the sky is blue and what lasers are used for.
- May 16th at 6:00 p.m. in the Atrium of Willamette Hall (1371 E 13th Ave)
- Courtesy of the UO chapter of the Optical Society
- Free to all families
Evento Familiar Gratis
Las demostraciones de la ciencia detrás de la óptica, la luz y el color; un laberinto laser; gana un kit de luz para que puedas experimentar con la luz en casa.
Todos son parte de un evento familiar gratuito este jueves en la UO llamado Día Internacional de la Luz: Educación Iluminadora.
Aprenda cómo funcionan los ojos, por qué el cielo es azul y para qué se usan los láseres.
- 16 de mayo a las 6:00 p.m. en el atrio de Willamette Hall (1371 E 13th Ave)
- Cortesía del capítulo UO de la Sociedad Óptica.
Community Public Safety Forum
Prairie Mountain School will host a free family event in Spanish for Bethel community members to ask questions about public safety resources. Save the date for this event (PDF) presented by the City of Eugene: May 21st, 5:30. Free childcare is provided.
Foro communitario sobre la seguridad pública
La Escuela Prairie Mountain organizará un evento familiar gratuito en español para que los miembros de la comunidad de Bethel hagan preguntas sobre los recursos de seguridad pública. Guarde la fecha para este evento (PDF) presentado por la Ciudad de Eugene: 21 de mayo, 5:30. Se proporciona cuidado de niños gratis.
Hey Meadow View! This week let’s Walk + Roll! All students are encouraged to walk, bike, scooter or skate to school from May 13 – 17. Raffle tables will be stationed around the school on Tuesday, May 14 & Thursday, May 16. Enter for a chance to win helmets, skateboards, LED bike lights, a razor scooters, bike locks and water bottles. A district-wide grand prize for $400 gift certificate for a bike will be raffled as well! Let’s roll, Meadow View!
Rights of Passage
Bethel middle and high school students of color are encouraged to take part in the Rites of Passage summer academies at LCC. The programs are designed to inform and inspire students and will focus on their cultural history, literature, folklore, and traditions. These programs promote positive self-image and self-esteem. Click here for more information.
Rights of Passage
Se alienta a los estudiantes de color de la secundaria y preparatoria de Bethel a participar en las academias de verano Rites of Passage en LCC. Los programas están diseñados para informar e inspirar a los estudiantes y se centrarán en su historia cultural, literatura, folclore y tradiciones. Estos programas promueven la autoimagen y la autoestima positivas. Haga clic aquí para mas información.
Meadow View Jazz Band Rocks!
Congratulations to Mr. Dillow and our amazing Meadow View Jazz Band. They placed third last weekend at the Northwest Jazz Festival at Mt. Hood Community College. This is a huge accomplishment and their biggest competition yet. So far this school year our Jazz Band has completed in three festivals and have placed at each one! Go MV!
Sluggo Home Run Reading Challenge
Congratulations to our K-4 students participating in the Eugene Emerald’s Home Run Reading Challenge! Our Meadow View students have been reading a ton and filling up their bookmarks as they go! All students who complete their reading bookmarks will recieve two free tickets to an Ems game. Bookmarks are due this Friday, May 10th.