2019 EVHS WINTERFEST WEEK (MONDAY, 2/25 – Friday, 3/1)
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
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
JUNIORS! ACT WORKSHOP – NEW AT EASTVIEW
Beginning Wednesday, February 27th, Eastview will be offering an ACT Test Prep Workshop for any interested juniors. The workshop will offer drop in hours for students to access practice materials, work in study groups and review best practices for the ACT Test. The cost of the workshop is $25 for up to 11 sessions OR $50 if student chooses to add Prepworks online test prep. Each hour session will have a 10-15 minute best practices overview followed by work time on independent review or study group opportunities to practice content material. Students may come to as many sessions as they choose and work at home will be encouraged to maximize preparation for the April 2nd ACT Test scheduled for all Eastview juniors. Sessions will be offered Wednesday & Thursdays after school and Monday evenings. Payment and registration will be done in FeePay. Please see our website for full details and schedule. https://sites.google.com/apps.district196.org/evhsactprep/new-act-workshop?authuser=0
NEEDED FOR AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS
As our after school student participation has increased in the Learning Commons, we are looking for more STEM and hands-on activities to offer students in our after school programs. We are specifically looking for electronics, jigsaw puzzles and coloring books. Please follow this link for more details and our full wish list. https://www.smore.com/j5gd4
AP NATIONAL EXAM REGISTRATION- FEE PAY
Attention Parents of Current Advanced Placement Students: Registration for the 2019 AP National Exams in May is now open on Fee Pay. All current AP students need to register for the AP tests that correspond with the AP course the student is currently registered for at EVHS. Please talk with your AP student to ensure you are registering your child for the correct AP Exam. The final day to order AP exams on Fee Pay is March 6th. Please contact Ms. Chris Franken with any questions. Chris.Franken@district196.org
GET YOUR SENIOR PARTY TICKETS TODAY!
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. Students will enjoy a night filled with activities, food, music, singing, games, prizes and more!
Tickets are currently available at $100.00, but prices will be going up, so get your ticket now.
Click here to be directed to the senior party website to purchase tickets and for additional party information: https://www.eastviewseniorparty.org/Tickets
RAFFLE AND AUCTION ITEMS NEEDED
WE NEED YOUR HELP!! The 2019 Eastview Senior Party Bingo/Raffle/Online Auction Committee is still in need of donations to help make this event a success. We need all types of items that could be used as a bingo prize, raffle basket or for our online auction. Larger items for our auction are especially needed – suggestions include rounds of golf, theatre tickets, hotel stays, etc., but any product, service or even cash would be greatly appreciated. Please contact Lori Moore at email@example.com to make arrangements or for more information.
NEW IN THE LEARNING COMMONS FOR Q3!
Due to increased numbers of students visiting the Learning Commons after school, we will be adding new spaces to accommodate the needs of our students. Our purpose has always been to provide a safe and supervised space for students who need to stay after school, though may not be in a supervised activity.
Students will have three after school locations available:
Learning Commons: Our focus will be on providing resources and space for independent and collaborative academic and programed activities or quiet study.
C250 Lecture Room: This will be a supervised area that may be used as a study hall and relaxed student engagement area for those students waiting for transportation pick-up or later activity start times between 2:45pm – 4:45pm.
West Entry Vestibule: Students waiting for short-term transportation pickup may wait in the temperature controlled West Vestibule, though may not re-enter the building without permission.
Upcoming Events and Learning Opportunities will begin appearing on the Learning Commons/Zapp Lab web page this week! Check us out:
Need to order a yearbook or want to check to see if you did? Click here: YEARBOOK INFO This information is updated on a weekly basis.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.