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Homecoming 2019

2019 Homecoming Week

(September 23-28

Homecoming Dress-Up Spirit Days:

Monday: College/Jersey Day: Wear college/university apparel or a sports jersey (or both!).

Tuesday: Meme Day: Dress as your favorite internet meme.

Wednesday: Pink Out Day: Wear pink clothing.

Thursday: Color Day & Afternoon Pepfest (Grade 9: white, 10: gray, 11: blue, 12: black)

Friday:  (no school) Tailgate on the Lightning Plaza from 5-7pm and Homecoming Cup Presentation (halftime of football game)

All Week:

  • Homecoming Cup – earn points for your grade by participating in spirit dress-up days, Homecoming sporting events, and the sandwich service project. Cup winner announced at halftime of the football game.
  • Giant Jenga Competition @ Lunch – daily grade winner earns 5o Cup points; weekly winner earns 100 Cup points.
  • Hurricane Dorian Relief (Red Cross) – Coin and cash will be collected each morning as students arrive at the West and North Doors. Students may drop off change at any time throughout the day at the Attendance Office.

Student Service Project:

Sandwich Project MN – make sandwiches for the homeless. Goal: 1,500 sandwiches. Wednesday 9/25 @ 2:30pm in C232/C2 Cluster. All are welcome.

Saturday 9/28: Homecoming Dance

Cost: $10.00 @ Door or $6 at Lunch. $1 off w/canned Good. Guests must register in the Main Office. Attire is semi-formal: dresses and ties.

 Homecoming Dance & Tickets

Tickets for the Homecoming Dance, held on Saturday 9/28 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 and Thursday during Homecoming Week lunch break.  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.

Homecoming Dance Guest Registration Form

All guests at the Homecoming Dance who do not attend Eastview need to complete a Guest Registration Form.  Forms can be picked up in the Main Office. The form needs to be completed by the guest’s home school administration and faxed back to EVHS on Friday, September 27, by 2:30 pm. More information is included on the form.

Homecoming Dress Notice

Our Homecoming Dance will be on Saturday, September 28 from 8:00 pm- 11:00 pm. Dress for this dance is semi-formal wherein most ladies wear dress pants/skirt; and most gentleman wear dress pants and shirt as well as a tie.

Best Buddies

Black Honor Association (BHA)

Grupa Latina

Japan Bowl

Knowledge Bowl/Quiz Bowl

Advisor

John Kelly

John.Kelly@district196.org

Team Information

Practice Time: Mondays from 2:30-3:30 PM, starting Monday, November 5.

PAY YOUR FINE ARTS ACTIVITY FEE ($50) VIA FEEPAY ASAP!

See Mr. Kelly in C232 if you have any questions or concerns.

Information

History

Team History

Quiz Bowl State Tournaments
2019, 13/124
2018, 13/134
2015, 5/130
2014, 9/105
2013, 13/110
2012, 9/108
2011, 9/108

NAQT Quiz Bowl Nationals Invites Earned: 11

NAQT Quiz Bowl Nationals
2015 (Chicago), 214/272
2014 (Chicago), 77/272 (Best finish in school history)
2012 (Atlanta), 174/240

All-Time Top Eastview Quiz Bowl Scorer: Charlie Cahow (2011-2015) 4,695 Points

All-Time Eastview Quiz Bowl Scorers:
https://www.naqt.com/stats/school/players.jsp?org_id=58396

Knowledge Bowl State (Cragun's Resort in Brainerd, MN)
2015, 5th (Best finish in school history)
2014

Schedule

2019-2020 Schedule

Quiz Bowl @ Burnsville High School:

TBA

Knowledge Bowl @ Academy of Holy Angels (Richfield):

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2020 South Suburban Conference Championship @ Burnsville High School:

TBA

Post Season:

TBA

Useful Links

Math Team

AdvisorS

Mike Tomlinson

michael.tomlinson@district196.org

Cory Fusco

cory.fusco@district196.org

 

About The Eastview Math Team


In Math Team we solve some of the greatest mysteries in the world. These mysteries are in the form of Minnesota Math League tests. We trek the deepest reaches of the math world using just a pencil and sometimes a calculator and probably paper. We will teach you some of the exotic math that you might not learn in your regular math class. Anyone and Everyone who loves math should do math team. Those of you who aren't too fond of math come anyway; we have food and who knows maybe you will find out that math is your thing.
 

Math Team runs from mid October to mid March, with a meet once a month.
 

Meets consists of four events: Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Miscellaneous, plus a team event. A team is made up of 8 math gurus (participants) who each do 2 events at a meet. Two of these gurus must be underclassmen (9th U 10th graders).
 

Math Team practices the first day of the week and the last day of the week from approximately 2:45 pm until 3:30 pm. Practice are not mandatory (though highly recommended), so if you are busy with other activities, we can accommodate your schedule.
 

Math Team Tournaments go from 3:00 to 7:00 PM at the latest. Bus rides to and back are provided, except for meets held at district 196 schools.

 

Mock Trial

AdvisorS

Jeff Anderson Jeff.Anderson@district196.org
Scott Oxley Scott.Oxley@district 196.org

 

About The Mock Trial Team

The Eastview High School Mock Trial Program is a law-related education program which introduces students to the American legal system and provide a challenging opportunity for personal growth and achievement. As part of the mock trial program, students will exercise in a real-life setting their critical thinking abilities, as well as the basic skills learned in the classroom.

Through participation in mock trials, students gain a practical understanding of the way in which the American legal system functions. While learning the details of trial process and procedure, students also develop important lifetime skills: critical analysis of problems, reasoning, listening, oral presentation and extemporaneous argument. Mock trials provide an active learning opportunity for students and require a high level of cooperation among participants.

Literary Arts Magazine (Voices)

Advisor

Kellie Sagmoen

Kellie.Sagmoen@district196.org

 

VOICES

Voices is Eastview High School's Literary Arts Magazine.  Contact Ms. Sagmoen if you are interested in being on staff or contributing writing or art work for consideration. 

National Honor Society (NHS)

AdvisorS

John Kelly

John.Kelly@district196.org

Todd Beach

Todd.Beach@district 196.org

 

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