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Daily Announcements (10.2.19)
Eastview High School

Eastview High School Daily Announcements

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019

 


PARENT SECTION

(NEW) THANK YOU, EASTVIEW PARENTS

Thank you to all the wonderful Eastview Parents who have donated facial tissue and antibacterial wipes.  We have a generous supply right now and will let you know if it is needed again.  Thank you for coming through!!

 

(NEW) DATE CHANGE!  LIFETOUCH SCHOOL PHOTO RETAKE DAY

We have not yet received the Lifetouch school pictures from picture day on September 9th.  Due to this delay and to give families sufficient time to review their photos, retake day will be rescheduled to a later date.  Please watch this section for the rescheduled date.  If your student is getting retakes, please bring the original photo package with them.  If you need to order photos for the first time, there are order forms in the main office or you can order online.  Eastview’s Picture ID is: EVT4WPGR3

 

 


GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

GIRLS SOCCER FUNDRAISER NIGHT AT RAISING CANE’S

Come out and enjoy some delicious chicken strips and support Eastview girls soccer at the same time!  On Wednesday, October 2nd, starting at 6pm, a portion of all sales will go back to the EV Girls Soccer program.  It’s a win-win!

 

EASTVIEW LOVE YOUR MELON HAT SALES

LYM BEANIES AND POMS pick up and sales on Wednesday, October 2nd from 5:30-7:00pm in the commons.

 

FROM COMMUNITY EDUCATION

Fun with Drones (grades 8-12)

Sat | Oct 19 | 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. | $45 | EHS

Breakfast Bonanza (ages 6-16)

Sun | Oct 13 | 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. | $30 | BHMS

Train to work for us! Be a lifeguard  or a swim instructor.

Youth Horseback Group Riding Lessons (ages 4-17)

Tue | Oct 1 – 22| 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. | 4 sessions | $235 | Cornerstone on the Vermillion Horse Complex

PARENTS … JUST FOR YOU:

Seven College Planning Tips You Don’t Know About but Should

Mon | Oct 28 | 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. | $19 | FRMS

 

Adolescent Depression & Anxiety

Tues | Nov 12 | 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. | Free! | SHMS

 

SECOND LIFE LETTER JACKETS

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.  Click Here to complete the application for a jacket.  Donated jackets for this program can be dropped off in the EVHS Main Office.  Contact Rob Franchino with any questions.


 

  


COLLEGE AND SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

October is 'Minnesota Goes to College Month'! The Counseling Department is writing to share a few important updates and events for your calendar to support post-secondary planning. Some Minnesota colleges also waive their fees - check out the list here! 

 

MINNESOTA NATIONAL COLLEGE FAIR - OCTOBER 2-3, 2019

Free and open to the public, NACAC fairs connect you to hundreds of colleges and universities in one location. View the list of colleges attending here!

Fair hours are: October 2th 9am-12PM, 5PM-8PM and October 3rd from 9 am -12PM. EVHS students are encouraged to attend the evening session on October 2nd.

Located at the Minneapolis Convention Center, you can find more information on the fair and how to pre-register here!


 

REGISTRATION FOR THE PSAT IS FULL

We have filled all available spots for the PSAT on October 16th.  If you would like to be put on a waiting list, please contact Susanne Fulford in the counseling office at 952-431-8915. 

 

EASTVIEW TO HOST HBCU PANEL

On Thursday, October 3rd at 6:00 PM, Eastview High School will host its first HBCU (Historically Black College and University) panel! 

Who: Alumni and representatives from North Carolina Central University, Tuskegee University, Spelman College and more! The panel will be moderated by John Harper, an Academic and Admissions Advisor.

What: Learn about campus resources, programs, their experiences as a student, and advice they would give to current high schoolers who may be considering attending an HBCU.  There will be time to connect with the panelists and ask questions.

Where: Eastview High School: 6200 140th St W, Apple Valley, MN 55124. Please park in the lower level/ west parking lot off of Flagstaff Ave. When you enter the building, the Learning Commons are to the right.

 

UPCOMING COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY & MILITARY 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. 

10/2/2019       

1:35pm       

Northland College

Ashland

10/4/2019

8:25am

North Dakota State College of Science

Wahpeton

10/4/2019

8:25am

Arizona State University-Tempe

Tempe

10/4/2019

9:20am

University of Denver

Denver

10/4/2019

9:20am

Virginia Tech

Blacksburg

10/4/2019

1:35pm

Montana Tech of the University of Montana

Butte

10/8/2019

1:35pm

Saint Mary's University of Minnesota

Winona

 

 


ATHLETICS

(NEW) BOYS CROSS COUNTRY 3RD AT VICTORIA LIONS INVITE

The Lightning Cross Country team competed in the windy, cold, sleeting, raining, puddling, muddy, and wonderful fall weather at the Victoria Lions Invite in Chaska. The rain started to fall just as the team departed the bus and only let up as the team returned to the bus 3 hours later. In the interim the Lightning competed against some of the state’s best teams.

Leading the day off was the boys JV race where the team finished in 5th place. They were lead by sophomore Hunter Dunne who finished in 2nd place overall with a time of 17:27.5. Junior Grant Piller had a solid performance in 18:29 finishing in 29th overall while Sophomore PJ LaSota ran 18:11 and finished in 18th.

The JV race had 14 of the 15 Eastview runners break 20 min while 7 of them ran personal best times. Running under 20 min for the first time were freshmen Thomas Adamson, Charley Setterlund, sophomore Ethan Taylor, junior Logan O’Neil, and senior Jacob Waschek. Sophomore Max Leach broke the 19 min barrier for the first time running 18:59.

In the varsity race the Lightning finished in 3rd place, beating conference rivals Prior Lake in a tie break. The Lightning were lead by AJ Green who finished in 4th place overall. In his return to racing junior Gabe Mahlen finished in 9th place, and senior teammate Sam Morgenstern took 11th. The Lightning faced off against three of the top teams in the state, finishing 1 pt behind the #1 ranked team in the state. 

The last race of the day was the JV-C race which was a massive herd of boys and girls all running together. The course was nothing more than slippery mud and standing water by this time. There was more counting of how many runners slipped and fell, than there was of what place you finished. In his first race in three weeks sophomore Alex Vincent ran a PR race finishing in 20:40ish (by this time in the race the timing mat was underwater and no longer functioning). Sophomore John Kronkvist also handled the conditions admirably running right at his PR time of 24 min. Running in these conditions was more about the memories than the time. So, there were not many PRs the boys came home with, but certainly quite a bit of laundry that will need to be taken care of.

The Lightning are next in competition on Friday, Oct 11th at Eagan High School in the South Suburban Conference Championship. Come out and support the Lightning as they try to defend their conference title!

 

(NEW) VARSITY BOYS SOCCER LIGHTNING FALL TO SHAKOPEE 1-3

After a scoreless first half Eastview and Shakopee looked evenly matched.  As the second half progressed the Lightning scored first. Shakopee answered back and then quickly scored again. Goalkeeper Elliot Brown had numerous saves in goal, keeping the Lightning in the game, but Shakopee managed to score again.  The next game is away against Eagan at 5pm on Thursday.  

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW GIRLS VARSITY SWIMMING FALLS TO FARMINGTON 95-91 

It came down to the last race of the evening Tuesday night...and the Tigers touched the wall first in a LOUD, relay finish. Great meet by both teams! Next up is Lakeville North on Tuesday, October 8th, 6pm, at Kenwood Trail Middle School in Lakeville.

Varsity Recap:

200 Medley Relay: 1st: Davids, Stephenson, Dougan, Schwie 4th: Wiegele, Nikolova, Heymans, Lee 6th: Bisek, Mello, Reilly, Anderson

200 Free: 1st: Nord 4th: Vogen 6th: Rohy

200IM: 1st: Stephenson 3rd: Heymans 5th: Reilly

50 Free: 1st: Dougan 2nd: Davids 6th: Schwie

100 Fly: 1st: Nord 3rd: Heymans 5th: Anderson

100 Free: 1st: Dougan 2nd: Davids 6th: Wiegele

500 Free: 2nd: Vogen 5th: Gray 6th: Rohy

200 Free Relay: 1st: Davids, Schwie, Nikolova, Dougan 4th: Reilly, Nord, Lee, Gray 6th: Black, Vogen, Rohy, Sigel

100 Back: 1st: Stephenson 4th: Wiegele 5th: Anderson

100 Breast: 3rd: Nikolova 5th: Mello 6th: Reilly

400 Free Relay: 2nd: Nord, Stephenson, Heymans, Schwie 4th: Rohy, Vogen, Gray, Black 5th: Lee, Stromberg, Chakravarthi, Pederson

Varsity Diving:

2nd: Heim 5th: Wrase 6th: Varela

JV Diving:

3rd: Bergh 5th: Youngberg 6th: Brusco

JV Recap:

200 Medley Relay: 3rd: Montgomery, Senapati, Smith, Sigel 4th: Dingman, Pederson, Sullivan, Swalve

200 Free: 2nd: Black 3rd: Chakravarthi 4th: Stromberg

200 IM: 4th: Deviley 5th: Dingman 6th: Senapati

50 Free: 2nd: Sigel 5th: Pederson 6th: Joseph

50 Free Exhibition: Swalve, Vinod, Larson

100 Fly: 3rd: Montgomery 4th: Deviley

100 Free: 1st: Black 6th: Chandler 7th: Sullivan

500 Free: 1st: Chakravarthi 2nd: Stromberg 6th: Nelson

200 Free Relay: 4th: Mello, Deviley, Senapati, Sullivan 5th: Mello, Deviley, Senapati, Sullivan

100 Back: 1st: Bisek 3rd: Dingman 4th: Bahma

100 Breast: 1st: Smith 3rd: Senapati

400 Free Relay: 2nd: Bisek, Montgomery, Bahma, Chandler 5th: Kittleson, Wolf, Nelson, ) Joesph 

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL FALLS TO SHAKOPEE HIGH SCHOOL 3-0 (OCT. 1)

The varsity girls dropped a competitive match with the Sabers last night, losing in three sets. Junior Lauren Crowl led the team 11 points and 20 digs. The team showed great growth in their second match against a top 10 ranked team.

Next up, the Lightning head to Eagan to take on the Wildcats...come make the trip with us for another tough South Suburban match-up! Varsity plays at 7pm tomorrow night! 

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL FALLS TO LAKEVILLE NORTH HIGH SCHOOL 3-0  (SEPT. 26TH)

Girls Varsity Volleyball falls to #4 Lakeville North 3 - 0 

 

(NEW) BOYS JV SOCCER TEAM HANDLES SHAKOPEE IN THE RAIN

On a cold, wet field down in Shakopee last night, your Eastview Lightning boys JV soccer team outplayed and outlasted the Shakopee Sabers. In spite of the wet conditions, Eastview controlled the ball well and had several opportunities to score. Midfielder Sean Harris was hot in spite of the cold and scored Eastview’s first goal late in the first half. Goalie Sam Perona defended the net well and helped put Eastview into a 1 to 0 lead at half.

Sophomore goalie Sam Dobkin had a solid second half with numerous saves. Eastview took a commanding lead in the second when Harris put in his second goal of the evening to put the Lightning ahead 2 to 0.  Eastview was scored on late in the second but ended the evening with a solid 2 to 1 victory against Shakopee.

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW GIRLS JV SOCCER FALLS TO SHAKOPEE HIGH SCHOOL 1-0 

A very wet day left the Lightning dry. Great effort by everyone and thanks for the parent support on the sidelines!! 

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW  GIRLS JV VOLLEYBALL FALLS TO SHAKOPEE HIGH SCHOOL 2-0 

JV lost a tough match to a great Shakopee team. The team was led with a gritty performance from Kaleigh Egan, Lucy Levon, and Madi Wodele. Next up, we have Eagan on Thursday. 

 

EASTVIEW BASEBALL DUGOUT CLUB MEETING

Time to start planning for Eastview Baseball season!! The Dugout Club meeting is Wednesday, Oct 2nd at 7pm in West Commons. All parents welcome!

 

EASTVIEW LIGHTNING TOUCHDOWN CLUB MEETING

ELTC Meeting is Monday, Oct 7th @ 7 PM in room C250. All parents of Eastview Football are welcome & encouraged to attend! 

 

NORDIC SKI TEAM (Cross Country Ski) INFORMATIONAL MEETING

Students in grades 7-12 who are interested in skiing for Eastview High School and joining the ISD196 Nordic Ski team should attend an informational meeting on Sunday, October 13th at Eastview High School in room C250. New skiers & parents will meet at 6:30pm and returning skiers & parents will meet at 7:30pm. All levels of skiers are welcome and no experience is necessary. Be a part of a fun team, get fit, and enjoy being outdoors this winter.  For more information, visit https://isd196nordic.shutterfly.com.

 


 


ARTS & ACTIVITIES

(NEW) EASTVIEW  TRAP  TEAM  WEEK 1  COMPETITION

TOP SHOT OUT OF 50 CLAYS: Josh Breuer 46, Troy Martin 46, Scott Johnson 45, Ethan Dauk 44, Alek Lundgreen 44, Luke Martin 42, Jakob Swanson 42, Ryan Bellows 40, Simon Miller 40, Brenan Clendening 39, Wyatt Roeder 39, Matthew Schlundt 39, Nils Baumann 38, Sam Breuer 38, Hunter McFadden 38, Emiline Montgomery 38, Seth Morgan 38, Kyle Nelson 38

CONGRATULATIONS TEAM MEMBERS!!    


 

FCCLA ANNOUNCEMENT

For those members who missed our FCCLA kick off meeting or for those who were unable to attend there is still time to join this year. See Ms. Battistone for paperwork and calendars. If you have not turned in your paperwork or dues/fall conference money please do so to Ms. Battistone ASAP or see her with any questions in C138.