Saturday, April 21, 2018
Announcements
PARENT/GUARDIAN (4/19/2018)

PARENT SECTION

JUNIOR PARENTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN PLANNING THE 2019 SENIOR PARTY...

The 2018 Senior Party Committee will be hosting a committee meeting on Sunday April 22, in the Commons Area at 5:30pm. This is a great way to learn what it is all about! Hope to see you there!

 

 



 

EASTVIEW 2018 PROM INFORMATION

Parents of Juniors and Seniors – Information about the 2018 Prom on Saturday, May 26th is now available online.  Please GO HERE for Prom transportation options.  Please GO HERE for information about the entire Prom evening and ticket purchasing process.

 

 

 

 

JUNIOR PARENTS: WE NEED YOU! 

The 2018 Senior Party Committee is looking for a little help the night of the Senior Party.  We are looking for junior parents to help set up food and do security detail during commencement, as well as helping with the party clean up the morning after.  If you are thinking of being part of the 2019 Senior Party Committee, this is a great way to get your feet wet!  Go to Junior Parent Volunteers  to sign up.  Thanks in advance for your help!

 

 

PARENTS OF SENIORS:  SENIOR INFORMATION

Click here to access the Senior Web Page which will continually be updated with important information regarding Graduation, Senior Party and Prom.  

 

 

SENIOR PARTY NEWS

THE BARNES AND NOBLE FUNDRAISER HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO SATURDAY APRIL 21ST!!  Stop by the Burnsville Barnes and Noble and stock up on your favorite books or gift cards for your favorite graduates!  Just mention "Eastview" and Barnes and Noble will donate 15% of the sales to the 2018 Eastview Senior Party.  You can also shop online! Use the voucher ID# 12345286 when you check out!

 

SENIOR POSTERS  The 2018 Eastview Senior Party will be hosting a parent information session to provide details on how to create your student’s senior poster, which will be displayed the night of the party:   Thursday, May 1 at 7pm in the commons area at Eastview.  For more details, click here: Cornerstone Instructions or Mail N Parcel Instructions.

 

NEXT SENIOR PARTY COMMITTEE MEETING

There will be a Senior Party Committee meeting on Sunday, April 22 at 5:30 in the commons area. If you would like to help out with any of the last minute party planning activities, please feel free to join us.


WE NEED VOLUNTEERS FOR THE SENIOR PARTY!  We are still looking for volunteers for the Senior All-Night Party...especially the second shift for the Casino and Prize Patrol.  Check out the link and sign up!  http://www.signupgenius.com/go/508094faaae23a6f58-night

 

BUY YOUR TICKETS!   Tickets for the Senior Party are $95 through May 25, 2018.  The order form for Senior Party Tickets can be found at our website:

http://www.eastviewseniorparty.org.  Payment and completed order forms can be turned in at the main office.


USE AMAZON SMILE WHEN YOU ORDER ITEMS OFF OF AMAZON!  You can now support the 2018 Eastview Senior Party every time you shop on Amazon!  All you have to do is use this link when you shop: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/47-2398638.  You will be able to shop the same Amazon products at the same Amazon prices.  Every purchase made via this link, Amazon will donate .5% of your purchase to the Eastview Senior Party.  Happy Shopping!


JOIN US ON FACEBOOK!  Check us out on Facebook!!  Be sure to join our Facebook page to keep up with the latest events and news regarding the 2018 Eastview Senior Party! https://www.facebook.com/groups/235063026981147.


 

 

YEARBOOK ORDERS

Did you order a YEARBOOK?  Go HERE to see if you ordered a yearbook.   If not, Go HERE to order one (LAST CHANCE).

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS (4/19/2018)

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

(NEW) ATTENTION SENIORS: 

Are you interested in representing the class of 2018 as the senior graduation speaker?  If so, please attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, April 25th at 2:40p.m. in the Main Office.

 

  

JOIN US FOR UNCONSCIOUS BIAS CONVERSATION 4/19

Please join Deviation Club and NHS on Thursday, April 19th 3:00 – 4:00 pm, in the senior section to share and discuss your perspective at the continued community conversation about unconscious bias and how it surrounds us.

 

 

 

EUROPEAN HISTORY 2020 TRIP INFO MEETING

There will be an informational meeting for current 9th graders who are interested in learning about the European History trip to Portugal and Spain over spring break during your junior year (March 2020).  The meeting times are before school on Thursday, April 19th beginning at 7:00 am in Lecture Room C350, OR after school on Thursday, April 19th beginning at 2:30 pm in Lecture Room C350.  Please contact Dr. Beach todd.beach@district196.org or Mr. Wollersheim if you have questions.

  

 

BRAVO! 2018: LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION TICKETS ON SALE

This year’s BRAVO! theme is Lights, Camera, Action!  The show opens next week, so, there’s still time to get your tickets! To purchase tickets, go to http://www.evperformingarts.com/ticket-info/.  Performance dates are: April 26, 27, 28 at 7:00PM, April 29 at 2:00PM, and May 3, 4, 5 at 7:00PM.  The Senior Preview is April 24th at 3:30PM. 

  

 

MULTILINGUAL AND MULTICULTURAL EVENT - Please save the date for our Multilingual and Multicultural districtwide event.

One District, Many Voices
Thursday, May 3, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Eastview High School
6200 140th Street West, Apple Valley

High school students from District 196, in collaboration with the Equity and Inclusion and the English Language Learner departments, are hosting an event aimed at bringing the community together.

The “One District, Many Voices” event is a reflection of the district’s mission of providing a learning environment that supports student connectedness and inclusion. Over the years, schools have held their own multicultural and multilingual events, but this year, students and staff joined forces to expand the celebration.

The event features engaging panels on social justice, equality and cultural proficiencies. Get a taste for other cultures with food from around the world, and learn more at language sharing tables. There will also be a cultural fashion show, discussions with local authors and activities for people of all ages.

The event is free; however donations will gladly be accepted. All proceeds will go directly to District 196 students to support their continued work in diversity and inclusion.

If you would like more information, please contact Rashelle Redmon at  Rashelle.Redmon@district196.org, or call 651-423-7825. 

A special thanks to those contributing to the event: Mediterranean Cruise Café, Teresa’s Mexican Restaurant and Momma Rose Soul Food Catering.

  

 

BOYS VOLLEYBALL FUNDRAISER

The new Eastview Boys Volleyball club is doing an ongoing fundraiser at Buffalo Wild Wings in Apple Valley.  If you give them the code TEAM E, or bring the attached flyer/card with you, https://goo.gl/YDM5aX we will get 10% of the total bill including beverages.  If you need some hot wings during our cold Spring, stop in and support the boys volleyball club!

 

  

NEED SOME CHOCOLATE?

The Trap Team is selling World's Finest Candy Bars.  Seek out any Trap Team Member or Mr. Breuer in the 3B office area to get yours.

 

 

 

 

EASTVIEW 2018 PROM INFORMATION

Juniors and Seniors - Information about the 2018 Prom on Saturday, May 26th is now available online.  Please GO HERE for Prom transportation options.  Please GO HERE for information about the entire Prom evening and ticket purchasing process.

  

 

HDI COLOR CYCLE PROJECT

The student-led, non-profit organization, Humanitarian Development Initiative or “HDI” is currently collecting markers as part of Crayola’s Color Cycle Project. The HDI collected markers/highlighters will be shipped to Crayola where they will be recycled into biofuel. Currently, a majority of markers/highlighters are not being recycled properly, adding to unnecessary waste and pollution. Please consider recycling old and used markers with HDI. We appreciate your support for our project. Contact Mr. John Kelly in C232 or at john.kelly@district196.org with questions or concerns.

  

 

YEARBOOK ORDERS

Did you order a YEARBOOK?  Go HERE to see if you ordered a yearbook.   If not, Go HERE to order one (LAST CHANCE).

COLLEGE AND SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION (4/19/2018)

COLLEGE AND SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE

Students and families remember to check Family Connections/Naviance for a list of scholarships available. Here is an example of one of the scholarships listed: 

Minnesota Athletes in Sports Medicine Scholarship – Two $2500 scholarships will be awarded. Available to students planning to attend a 4-year college or university, involved in interscholastic sports, and intending to major in a field related to sports medicine.  Deadline is 5/1/18.

ARTS AND ACTIVITIES (4/19/2018)

ARTS & ACTIVITIES

JOIN THE SPANISH CLUB AT LAS ENCHILADAS

The Spanish Club is taking a field trip to Las Enchiladas restaurant in Farmington after school on Thursday, April 26th.  If you would like to participate in the field trip, ask your Spanish teacher for a permission slip and turn it in by Wednesday, April 25th or see a Spanish teacher for more details.  Everyone is welcome!

 


 

BRAVO! 2018: LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION TICKETS ON SALE

This year’s Bravo! theme is Lights, Camera, Action!  Tickets to all performances are on sale now. To purchase tickets, go to http://www.evperformingarts.com/ticket-info/.  Performance dates are: April 26, 27, 28 at 7:00PM, April 29 at 2:00PM, and May 3, 4, 5 at 7:00PM.  The Senior Preview is April 24th at 3:30PM.  

ATHLETICS (4/19/2018)

ATHLETICS

ISD 196 Mountain Bike Team Spring Information Meeting (Fall Sport):  Monday, April 30th, 2018 at 6:00 PM in room C250 at Eastview High School.  Come check out a brief presentation about the District 196 Mountain Bike Race and Adventure Team.  Grades 7-12 are welcome, no experience is necessary and everyone rides.  Riders can register for five races in the fall or just participate in the Adventure Club part of the team.  Season runs mid-July to October.  Check out our website for more info https://196mtb.shutterfly.com/ or contact Coach Plantz at Brian.Plantz@district196.org

 

LEARNING COMMONS (5/31/2016)

LEARNING COMMONS

Dakota County Library cards - District 196 has begun a new collaboration with the Dakota County Library system that will provide our students with fine-free library cards, giving them instant access to the vast resources available through the public library system.  The process to activate these Student Access cards has begun with current EVHS 9th graders.  We will continue with sophomores and juniors into 4th quarter through their English classes.  A letter was sent home in March with additional details regarding the program. 

 

Students may check out print books from any of the Dakota County Libraries with their new digital library card (196+student ID and a self-selected password).  In addition, students have access to a homework helpline, digital eBooks and audiobooks and many research databases.  A general overview of the program can be found here: https://www.smore.com/nd2m3

 

Students needing assistance with setup or apps should come to the Learning Commons.  



ZAPP LAB IS OPEN!

The Zapp Lab Makerspace is located in the Learning Commons.  It includes 3D printers, Spheros, Axidraw, circuit boards and much more. Students are welcome to come and work in the lab before/after school or during study halls with a pass.  Please stop down and check us out!

 

MAKERSPACE WISH LIST

In the Zapp Lab, we use, reuse and recycle all kinds of things!  Many of our tools and supplies are donated by families that have items they no longer need.  Here is a wish list of items we could most use.  Donations can be dropped off in the Learning Commons.  https://goo.gl/L5b4HK

 

3D PRINTER TRAINING

All students are invited to learn how to use our 3D printers.  Training is currently held every Tuesday at 2:30pm in the Learning Commons.  After completing the 30 minute training session, each student receives 2 free prints (up to 10 hours).  Students can explore a wealth of pre-designed projects at https://www.thingiverse.com/ or they can begin designing their own projects.  Open to all students!

About Eastview HS

Eastview High School, located in Apple Valley, MN, includes a 330,000 square foot facility and 200 acres of recreational facilities. It is home to over 2,000 students in grades 9-12.

District 196

Contact Us

6200 140th Street West
Apple Valley, MN 55124
Phone: (952) 431-8900
Fax: (952) 431-8911
Email: Eastview