Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Announcements
PARENT/GUARDIAN (1/17/2019)

PARENT SECTION

SUPPORT THE SENIOR PARTY AT CHICK-FIL-A

Senior Parents, here is the first opportunity to help support the 2019 Senior Party. Please join us for our first fundraiser on Monday, January 21st from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the Chick-fil-A in Apple Valley. Come in for food, fun and $1 games (cash only). A percentage of dine-in, drive-thru and mobile orders will be donated to the 2019 Eastview Sr Party. Please spread the word using the event Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/764534603920809

Thank you and we hope to see you on January 21st.





GET YOUR SENIOR PARTY TICKETS TODAY! EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT EXTENDED

All-Night Senior Party “early bird” pricing deadline extended! Buy your tickets now!

The 2019 All-Night Senior Party is a chemical-free lock-in at EVHS on June 1, 2019 from 10:00 pm to 4:00 am.


Tickets are available at the “early bird” rate of $85 until January 25.  On January 26, the purchase price will increase to $100.

Click here to be directed to the senior party website to purchase tickets and for additional party information:  https://www.eastviewseniorparty.org/Tickets





WIFI RESOURCES AVAILABLE

Does your student have trouble accessing WiFi at home for school-related work on their iPad?  If so, please call or email Assistant Principal Rob Franchino for more information as we are working with Sprint and they are providing some families with WiFi Access at home who otherwise may have difficulty obtaining this resource. Phone: 952-431-8907, Email: rob.franchino@district196.org

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS (1/17/2019)

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

(NEW) 2019 EVHS WINTERFEST WEEK (MONDAY, 1/28 – SATURDAY, 2/2)

Winterfest Dress-Up Days:

Monday: College Day (Wear college/university apparel)

Tuesday: Tourist/Tropical Tuesday (Dress as a tourist or wear tropical clothing)

Wednesday: Meme Day (Dress as your favorite internet meme)

Thursday: Throwback Thursday (Dress in the style of a past decade)

Friday: Color Day & Pepfest

Saturday: Match/Twinning Dance 8-11pm



(NEW) WINTERFEST DANCE TICKETS

Tickets for the Winterfest “Match/Twinning” Dance, held on Saturday 2/2 from 8-11pm, may be purchased for $6 in advance or $10 at the door.  All students are encouraged to buy their tickets in advance during lunch to eliminate having to wait in line at the dance. Tickets will be sold Wednesday, Thursday and Friday during Winterfest Week  at a table in the lunchroom. Bring a canned good or hand sanitizer and get $1 off. Guests are welcome; all guests must register and be pre-approved via a Guest Registration Form. Guest Registration Forms (or online) may be found in the Main Office. Bring current school IDs.


(NEW) Crayon Collection Service Project – All Week

Student Council will be collecting crayons all week for the Crayons For Cancer nonprofit. 100% of the proceeds from Crayons For Cancer goes to local Children's Hospitals to support their oncology units. More information at http://www.crayonsforcancer.org/  All week Students and Eastview community members are welcome to drop crayons off at the following locations. Crayons in all conditions and brands are accepted:

•            Front entrances before school

•            During lunch

•            Main Office

•            Room C232.






(NEW) DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY INFORMATIONAL MEETING

Juniors interested in taking Developmental Psychology (DP) for the 2019-2020 school year—attend an interest meeting to learn more about the course and have your questions answered about the process next Wednesday, January 23rd OR Thursday, January 24th before school at 7:05 or after school at 2:35 in A204. If you have questions, please see Ms. Dumonceaux in the 3C office, Mr. Gerber in the 2A office or Mr. Oxley in the 3A office.






(NEW) 2019 DISTRICT 196 STEM CAREER FAIR ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2019, 6:00-8:00PM AT ROSEMOUNT HIGH SCHOOL  

Each year the ISD 196 STEM Fair is hosted at one of the four district comprehensive high schools (two year rotation).  Three years ago Eastview High School hosted the STEM Fair, then to AVHS the past two years and it will now transition to RHS on Thursday, January 31st. This is an incredible opportunity for our students in grades 9-12 to engage with professionals in the field and college representatives to better understand the opportunities and preparation.


2019 District 196 STEM Career Fair (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)

Thursday, January 31, 2019, 6:00-8:00pm at Rosemount High School  

The fair is open to all high school students, grades 9-12, and their parents.  The goal of the fair is to inspire high school students to pursue STEM careers.   STEM represents science, technology, engineering, and math. The fair is for those who know they want a STEM career, those who are exploring and think they might want a STEM career, and those who do not want a STEM career but want to learn how STEM skills can increase marketability.

A wide variety of STEM professions will be represented, including careers in healthcare.  Whether you are looking for a technician level career, a doctoral level, or something in between, there will be something at the fair for you.





SECOND SEMESTER PARKING PASSES AVAILABLE

Second semester (January 28th-June 7th) parking passes are available for purchase on FeePay (search for 18-19 Parking Permit Semester 2- EVHS) and are $120.  You will need a new pass by January 28th to park in the student lot. The parking permits will be handed out January 23 and 24 during lunch.





Q3 and Q4 SCHEDULE REVIEW

Schedule Review for Q3 and Q4: Students should review their schedules for Quarters 3 & 4 and request corrections through the online process that can be accessed by clicking here. This schedule review opportunity includes both Quarter 3 and Quarter 4. Students in grade 12 are encouraged to with their counselor if requesting a change in order to assure appropriate credit status for graduation. Students in grades 9-11 will initiate schedule change requests through the online process.





EASTVIEW CHALLENGE MARKETING COMPETITION

The Eastview Challenge is back and Marketing classes are back in competition.  On the morning of January 25th, donuts will be for sale for $1 each at the west entrance. Chick-fil-A chicken sandwiches will be pre sold from January 14th to January 17th. You will be able to pick these up during lunch on January 25th. Don’t forget to order yours next week during lunch.





RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE AT EASTVIEW ON JAN. 18

The greater Eastview community of parents, family members, and neighbors are invited to donate blood as part of the NHS-sponsored drive on Friday, January 18 from 7:30 AM to 12:30 PM in Eastview’s South Gym. Donation registration is completely online @ http://www.redcrossblood.org/give/drive/driveSearch.jsp Type “Eastview,” our sponsor code, in the search box and the follow the online prompts. See John Kelly in C232 or email at john.kelly@district196.org with questions or concerns. Please keep in mind that there is no school on Friday, January 18. All are welcome to donate.





GET YOUR SENIOR PARTY TICKETS TODAY! EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT EXTENDED

All-Night Senior Party “early bird” pricing deadline extended! Buy your tickets now!

The 2019 All-Night Senior Party is a chemical-free lock-in at EVHS on June 1, 2019 from 10:00 pm to 4:00 am.


Tickets are available at the “early bird” rate of $85 until January 25.  On January 26, the purchase price will increase to $100.

Click here to be directed to the senior party website to purchase tickets and for additional party information:  https://www.eastviewseniorparty.org/Tickets






VOLUNTEER HOURS AVAILABLE

Looking for volunteer hours for those college and scholarship applications?  LDT is hosting our annual Showcase event on Saturday, January 26 and could really use your help!  We need people to sit at the academic entrances to ensure only coaches and athletes are entering that area during the competition.  Feel free to bring homework to help pass the time. Click on this link to sign up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f054aa9aa29a4f85-showcase1  Thank you!!





ANNUAL EASTVIEW DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT

Attention ALL Eastview students: Eastview’s National Honor Society is excited to host the annual Eastview Dodgeball Tournament on Sunday, January 27th beginning at 12:00 pm in the Eastview Main Gym.  All Eastview students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to form your Dodgeball team and participate – all proceeds benefit the Play for Patrick Foundation.

Teams consist of 6 players and at least 2 of those players must be of a different gender.  This is a double-elimination tournament so all teams are guaranteed to play at least two games.  You are encouraged to come up with creative, school appropriate, team names and team costumes/uniforms because the primary goal of the event is to raise money for a local charity and to have fun as an Eastview community!

The entry fee is $10 per person ($60 per team).  Registration forms are available in the Main Office.  ALL registrations are DUE to the Main Office by 3:00 pm on Friday, January 25th.  No late registrations are accepted.

Prizes will be awarded for Best Team Name, Best Team Costumes/Uniforms, Most Spirited Team, Best Teamwork Award, and Most Positive Teams at each grade level.  There will also be t-shirts printed for the Champions, Runners-up, and Third Place teams!

Come-on Eastview!  Form your Dodgeball Team and get in the arena – let’s Play for Patrick!





APPLE VALLEY/ROSEMOUNT TEEN POLICE ACADEMY

The Apple Valley and Rosemount Police Departments are hosting a joint Teen Police Academy.  Are you interested in a career in law enforcement or want a behind the scene look at what the police do?  The academy will be held on Thursday nights 6:00 to 8:00 PM January 31st to March 14th, 2019 and is open to high school age students who reside or attend high school in Apple Valley or Rosemount.  Register online at www.cityofapplevalley.org or www.ci.rosemount.mn.us The deadline to register is 1/25/2019.  Any questions see Officer Plantz in Student Services.





SECOND LIFE LETTER JACKET PROGRAM

The Second Life Letter Jacket program was developed to provide students an opportunity to have a letter jacket who otherwise may not have the resources to purchase one. All patches and embroidered names have been removed from the donated jackets by NHS volunteers (other than the Eastview logos).  In addition, each jacket has been professionally cleaned. Click Here to complete the application for a jacket.  Contact Dr. Franchino with any questions rob.franchino@district196.org.

COLLEGE AND SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION (1/17/2019)

COLLEGE AND SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

ATTENTION 2018 PSAT/NMSQT TEST TAKERS:
Your PSAT full paper score reports and test booklets have arrived!  Please stop by the Counseling Office sometime during your lunch period between Monday, January 14th and Wednesday, January 16th to take home your scores and test booklet.





UPCOMING COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY VISITS

Students should stop by the Counseling Office get a pass to attend the college/university/military Rep Visit prior to the visit in Career Center (located right next to Counseling Office).  These university/college or military visits are small group meetings typically lasting 20/30 minutes. These admission reps are often times the same people that review college applications, so it's a great connection for students.



1/22/2019

11:10am

Navy

1/24/2019

10:15am

Minnesota State University-Mankato

1/25/2019

12:40pm

Lake Superior College






THE EASTVIEW COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FOR THE CLASS OF 2019 IS LIVE!  APPLICATION DEADLINE = FEBRUARY 3, 2019!

The Eastview Community Foundation awards scholarships to graduating seniors of Eastview High School (as well to students who live within the Eastview boundaries completing high school elsewhere -such as the School of Environmental studies and home schooled students).

How to Apply: The Eastview Community Foundation Scholarship application process is completed online through NAVIANCE Student. Under Surveys-  ‘2019 EV Community Foundation Scholarship’.

More details and the full scholarship descriptions can be found in Naviance and on the scholarship page of (www.evcf.org).

Best regards to all applicants!

Please contact the following individuals if you have any questions or concerns:

Eastview Community Foundation:

Jessica Sahota, jessica.Sahota@evcf.org

Gina Buccellato, gina.buccellato@evcf.org  

Eastview High School Counseling:

Laura Horton at Laura.Horton@district196.org

Molly Wellik at Molly.Wellik@district196.org

ARTS AND ACTIVITIES (1/17/2019)

ARTS & ACTIVITIES

(NEW) BOYS VOLLEYBALL OPEN GYM

The next Boys volleyball open gym is Tuesday, January 22 at 7pm in the south gym.  Come on in to check things out or get ready for the boys volleyball season this spring.  Questions? See Mr. Dehnel or Mr. Breuer.





(REVISED) NEXT SPANISH CLUB MEETING

Spanish club will meet on Tuesday, January 22 for a "movie night." Bring snacks and settle in with a pillow or blanket. Our movie title has not been determined. If you own a movie that you would like to share, bring it to the meeting. (Make sure that it has a Spanish language option.) We will vote at 2:30 and begin the movie at 2:35. Gracias.





NEXT LEAP MEETING

Are you interested in climate change? Do you want to find out how it might impact you and your life? Join LEAP this Thursday, January 17th at 2:30 in C337.  We will also look at what others have done and what we might do to lessen the impact of climate change. Everyone is welcome!





EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL’S WINTER DANCE SHOW “MUSICALS”

SUNDAY, JANUARY 20TH AT 7:00 PM

IN THE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

ALL TICKETS: $5.00





FCCLA ANNOUNCEMENT

All FCCLA members and anyone who is interested in joining FCCLA- please join us for an end of the quarter potluck/meeting in C137 on January 23rd at 6:00pm. Sign up for food to share is on the C138 door. There is also a sign up for Feed My Starving Children on January 31st from 6-7:30pm in Eagan. Please see Ms. Battistone in C138 with any questions.





EASTVIEW GIRLS RUNNING CLUB

Will meet every Wednesday starting January 9th

Time: 2:40-4:00pm

Meet by the girls’ locker rooms

Bring outdoor running clothes

ATHLETICS (1/17/2019)

ATHLETICS

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL BEAT PRIOR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL 76-63 1/15/19

The Lightning hold off Prior Lake to move 11-2 overall, and 6-1 in the SCC. The Lightning were lead with 3 in double digit scoring; Macy Guebert 22, Cassidy Carson 18, and Emma Carpenter with 16. Carpenter also had 7 rebounds and 4 assists, and Carson had 3 rebounds and 4 assists. Lauren Glas chipped in with 8 points and 7 rebounds. Brynn Schwanz added 9 points, and Jordan Morris came off the bench to grab down 9 rebounds.


The Lightning travel to Farmington on Friday to face the undefeated Tigers.






(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL BOYS VARSITY SWIMMING FALLS TO SHAKOPEE HIGH SCHOOL 97-83 1/15/19

The Eastview Boys Swim and Dive team came up short in their mid-season meet against Shakopee this week. The score was 97-83. Some of the individual highlights follow.


In varsity events, team Poppitz, Lambert, Panikkar, and Phomsouvanh finished second in the 200 medley, while team Kunisaki, Getman, Chambers and Gloege Torp took fourth, and team Klein, DeSutter, Lilly, and Olson came in sixth. In the 200 free, Thompson scored a first place finish, Blodgett came in fourth and Espena was sixth. In the 200 IM, Lambert and Kunisaki came in second and third, respectively with freshman Getman securing sixth. Eastview's 50 freestylers Panikkar, Phomsouvanh and Gloege Torp took second, third, and sixth, respectively. In the butterfly, Poppitz was fourth, Chambers fifth and Lilly sixth. Panikkar brought home a first place finish with a win in the 100 free. He was trailed by Phomsouvanh in third and Jerome in sixth. In the 500 free, Thompson was second, Blodgett third, and Espena fifth. In the 200 free relay, team Panikkar, Blodgett, Thompson, and Phomsouvanh came in second, team Lambert Getman, DeSutter, and Olson fourth, and Fox, Espena, Billion and Chambers came in fifth. In the backstroke, Kunisaki, Poppitz, and Gloege Torp finished second, fourth and sixth. In the 100 breaststroke, Lambert, DeSutter, and Getman came in first, second, and third, respectively. In the 400 relay, team Thompson, Blodgett, Poppitz, and Kunisaki came in first, while team Espena, Lilly, Gloege Torp, and Chambers followed in second.


The junior varsity squad also lost their meet with a score of 122 to 47. In the 200 medley, team Jerome, Billion, Fox and Dunne came in second. In the 200 free, Yalamamchili came in fourth and Kirshbaum was fifth. DeSutter and Olson captured the top two finishes in the 200 IM. In the 50 free, Klein, was third, Moser fourth, Holmen fifth and Dalzell came in eighth. Fields, a 7th grader, took fourth in JV diving. In the 100 free, Dunne took fourth and Wood was fifth. In the 200 free, Kirshbaum, Fields, Jackson, and Dunne took second and Holmen Moser, Wood, and Lu came in fourth. In the backstroke, Klein was second, Iyaad fifth and Dalzell was sixth. In the breaststroke, Olson took first, and Billion raced for a fourth place finish. In the 400 relay, team Fox, Kirshbaum, Iyaad, and Dalzell came in second, and team Moser, Holmen, Jackson, and Lu came in fourth.


The next meet will take place on Tuesday at Falcon Ridge and senior leaders DeSutter, Gloege Torp, Lilly, and Poppitz will be honored. This is our last home meet, swim fans. Come to cheer on the boys and warm up!






(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL FALLS TO PRIOR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL 67-56  1/15/2019

The Eastview JV Boys Hoops squad lost a tough matchup with Prior Lake 67-56 on Tuesday night. The Lightning fell behind early with the Lakers pressure defense and the Lightning cold shooting. The Lightning bounced back in the second half with great offensive ball movement, rebounding, and team defense. Aryan Kohli scored 15 points and Grayson Stalboerger had 14 points for the Lightning offense. Next up is a home game against Farmington on Thursday. Go, Lightning!






(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL FALLS TO PRIOR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL 38-34 1/15/19

The JV Girls Basketball team fell to Prior Lake last night by a score of 34-38. The game was close the whole way with the Lightning coming from behind to tie the game twice in the 2nd half. Prior Lake was able to open up a lead late in the second half on some free throws and a lucky bank shot 3 pointer. Eastview never recovered despite applying pressure late in the game and forcing some turnovers late. Izzy Tatum had a chance to tie the game and send it into overtime, but her 3 point attempt rattled in and out with 2 seconds left on the clock. Tatum finished the game with 5 points, 5 steals and 5 rebounds. Kylie Smith was the leading scorer with 6 and she also had 4 rebounds. Michaela Bryan had 4 boards and 4 points. Alexis Plitzgow also had 4 boards. Other scorers for the Lightning were Kaitlyn Schaefer-5, Sierra Herber-5, Moriah McLendon-4, Plitzgow-2, Faith Morris-2 and Malia Glenn-1.






GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD INFORMATIONAL MEETING

There will be an informational meeting for girls  track and field in C250 this week. The two options for attendance are Wed Jan 15 at 7:10 or Thurs Jan 16 at 2:25.




EASTVIEW TUMBLERS FOR SALE

The Eastview Girls Track and Field Team is selling EV Tumblers for $20. The tumblers are guaranteed for life, PBA-free, microwave and dishwasher safe. Please email coach Fischer or Miller if you would like to purchase one.

Jorjean.fischer@district196.org or Chanel.miller@district196.org

LEARNING COMMONS (12/3/2018)

LEARNING COMMONS

3D Printer Training – All students are welcome to learn how to use the 3D Printers located in the Learning Commons.  We will have a training session on Thursday, November 1st beginning at 2:40pm in the Zapp Lab.  Training lasts about 30 minutes and provides an overview of how the machines work and resources to start designing your own 3D print.  After students have completed the training, they receive up to 10 hours of free printing per quarter. Our calendar of events and future training options is always available on the Learning Commons webpage: https://sites.google.com/a/apps.district196.org/evhs-learning-commons/maker-space?authuser=0


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