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Daily Announcements (1.27.2020)

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(NEW) SENIOR PARENTS - SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER FOR THE SENIOR PARTY

Seeking Volunteers – WE NEED YOU!!!! Please consider volunteering to help plan the 2020 EVHS Senior Class Party. The Eastview Senior Party Committee has an immediate need for volunteers to join and support various planning committees. Volunteers will help plan the 1) PRIZES, 2) FOOD, 3) DECORATIONS, and 4) the BINGO BONANZA. Please consider sharing your time and talents to make this a great night for our graduates! Click on the SignUp Genius link to view the available slots and sign up. If you have questions, please email eastviewseniorparty@gmail.com. Thank you!

 

GET YOUR ALL-NIGHT SENIOR PARTY TICKETS TODAY

Graduating seniors are invited to attend the 2020 All-Night Senior Party, a chemical-free lock-in, which takes place the night of graduation, June 6, 2020 (10:00 pm – 4:00 am) at EVHS.  Each year this party is a highlight for the graduating seniors with at least 80% of the class attending.  It is the place to be on graduation night! 

Senior Party tickets are on sale now for $90.

Ticket Prices:

$90 January 16th - February 29th

$100 March 1st- May 22nd

$120 June 6th at the door (cash only)

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

 

EVCF LOOKING FOR SCHOLARSHIP ESSAY READERS

The Eastview Community Foundation is seeking community volunteers to read scholarship essays beginning February 10th. Volunteers will receive instructions on how to assess and score the essays during a short training session at EVHS. All essay reading and scoring can be completed at the convenience of volunteers in the comfort of their own homes. Please note: volunteers cannot be a parent of a current senior at Eastview High School.  Contact Laurel Gerber for more information.  

 

FEEPAY BACK ONLINE

The District 196 FeePay system is back online, however, Sourcewell has informed us that families may still experience some intermittent disruptions with this transition.  They have provided guidance for the most common situations that occur.  

FeePay Login Questions

 

SECOND SEMESTER PARKING PASSES 

Second semester (February 3rd-June 10th) parking passes are available for purchase on FeePay. The passes are valid through the last day of school and are $120.  The parking permits will be handed out January 29 and 30 at lunch.

We are unable to take checks or cash for parking permits; all permits are sold on FeePay

 

BINGO BONANZA

Do I have a BINGO?!  YES!!!  The Senior Party’s biggest fundraiser is back!!  There will be fabulous prizes to be won playing BINGO along with raffle drawings, rounding out a great evening for parents, friends and family of EVHS.  This year’s event will be held on Sunday, March 1st at Bogarts from 4pm to 7pm.  For $45 you get 10 BINGO cards, 3 Raffle Tickets and Appetizers.  Our BINGO BONANZA will also host a Silent Auction with lots of great items for you to bid on using your smartphone! More information and the registration form can be found here. Must be 18 years old to play. Please contact Beret Anderson at 612-366-7039 with questions.

Seeking Silent Auction donations!  As part of the Bingo Bonanza, we will have a Silent Auction.  If you or someone you know has an item, e.g. craft, service, gift cards, etc. then please let us know by contacting Beret Anderson or 612-366-7039.

 

ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK TODAY

Orders are now being taken for the 2019-2020 Eastview yearbooks. Yearbooks will be distributed the last week of school. 

ORDER A YEARBOOK

 


GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

CHICK-FIL-A FUNDRAISER NIGHT FOR EV GIRLS BASKETBALL

Join the Eastview Girls Basketball team for a FUNdraiser at Chick-fil-A in Apple Valley on Monday, January 27th from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  Come for the food but stay for the fun and $1 Games.  Thank you for your support!

 

GET YOUR ALL-NIGHT SENIOR PARTY TICKETS TODAY

Graduating seniors are invited to attend the 2020 All-Night Senior Party, a chemical-free lock-in, which takes place the night of graduation, June 6, 2020 (10:00 pm – 4:00 am) at EVHS.  Each year this party is a highlight for the graduating seniors with at least 80% of the class attending.  It is the place to be on graduation night! 

Senior Party tickets are on sale now for $90.

Ticket Prices:

$90 January 16th - February 29th

$100 March 1st- May 22nd

$120 June 6th at the door (cash only)

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

 

INTERESTED IN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY FOR THE 2020-21 SCHOOL YEAR

Junior students interested in taking Developmental Psychology (DP) for the 2020-2021 school year—there will be an interest meeting Wednesday January 22nd and Wednesday January 29th before school at 7:10am or after school at 2:35pm in A204. Applications are due on Friday, January 31st to the main office or to a DP teacher. Please see Ms. Dumonceaux in the 3C office, Mr. Gerber in the 2A office, or Mr. Oxley in the 3A office with any questions. 

 

SECOND SEMESTER PARKING PASSES 

Second semester (February 3rd-June 10th) parking passes are available for purchase on FeePay. The passes are valid through the last day of school and are $120.  The parking permits will be handed out January 29 and 30 at lunch.

We are unable to take checks or cash for parking permits; all permits are sold on FeePay

 


COLLEGE AND SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

THE EASTVIEW COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FOR THE CLASS OF 2020 IS LIVE! 

The application deadline is Sunday, February 2nd, 2020

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. The application and more information can be found for Seniors on Schoology → Class of 2020 Group → Resources → ‘EV Community Foundation Scholarships’ folder.  More details and the full scholarship descriptions can also be found 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:  Gina.buccellato@evcf.org or Laurel.gerber@evcf.org

Eastview High School Counseling: Laura.Horton@district196.org or Molly.Wellik@district196.org

 

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. 

 

DATE

TIME

COLLEGE/MILITARY

1/28/2020       

11:10am          

Air Force Reserve

2/4/2020

11:10am

United States Army

 


ATHLETICS

BOYS AND GIRLS SPRING RUGBY

Spring rugby registration is now open for girls and boys. Rugby teaches total body skills, including safe tackling techniques, which carry over in to multiple sports.  Rugby suits all body styles and skills.  No experience is necessary!  Read more about us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter @EaganRugby.

Preseason (indoor) practice begins on March 1st at Blackhawk Middle School Gym (1-3PM for boys, 4:30-6:30 for girls).  We have a full day camp on Friday, March 6th from 9-3 at the West St. Paul dome.  Games begin in April and playoffs finish around the first week of June.  Go to https://eaasports.sportngin.com/rugby to learn more about rugby and for details about registration.



 

GAME/MATCH RESULTS

Saturday, January 25th

(NEW) EASTVIEW ALPINE SKI TEAM REPEATS AS BUCK HILL INVITE CHAMPIONS

The combined Alpine ski team of Eastview-Eagan made sure the Overall trophy for the Buck Hill invite stayed home by repeating as champion for the second consecutive year.  Coach Carl Zeilon remarked, "Of all the invitationals, I really love the Overall champion trophy because it takes in every skier competing and absolutely every score counts." 

In addition to the overall cup, the Eastview-Eagan team also took the Varsity Cup and the JV Cup which counts both girls and boys teams as a whole. "In a sport that is mostly individual, it is great to see our skiers come together as a team and support each other. They won the Spirit Award at the Welch Invite, and I think that carries a long way to their success as a team. To sweep all three awards two years in a row is something very special." 

The Varsity girls won their division, although due to some incorrect tabulations, they weren't originally given their awards on the hill. After double checking numbers, it was clear the varsity girls finished first. Representing Eastview on the Varsity team was sophomore Katelyn McClure. 

The Junior Varsity girls won their division, crushing their competition. The Eastview JV girls had three top ten finishes with Lilly Spade, Caroline Oberle and Emma Huppert who put one of the fastest first runs on display, and went so fast was unable to stop and crashed through the safety netting past the finish line but popped right up and finished in 4th overall place. Ellen Heunisch finished strongly and Kylie "Daf" Nelson had two great runs to both finish in the top 25. 

The JV boys finished 2nd in their division with freshman Noah Rolling representing Eastview. The Varsity boys finished 5th in their division after some rough 2nd runs. Captain Ryan Whalen had one of the fastest first runs of the day in the morning. On his second run, Ryan was skiing for the win and just barely straddled a gate causing him to stop, trudge back up the hill and re-gate. Even with the trouble, Ryan still earned points for the team. 

 

(NEW) BOYS VARSITY HOCKEY BEATS SHAKOPEE 6-2

The Boys Varsity Hockey team (9-8-1) earned an afternoon win at Shakopee on Saturday by a score 6-2.  Eastview jumped out to early 3-0 lead after the first period with two goals from Josh Eernisse and one from Jordan Larkee.  Shakopee answered with a goal in the second period to make the score 3-1 as the teams headed to the intermission break.  In the third period, Aydan Griffitts and Drew Carroll notched goals and Eernisse completed his hat trick as the Lightning cruised to the conference victory.  Assists in the game were credited to Cullen Johnson (2), Ryan Quaintance (2), Sam Reller (2), Ben Malloy, and Dylan Abboud.  Bennett Weestrand stopped 18 shots to post his ninth win of the season.  A busy week for superfans as the Lightning will host three games.  On Tuesday at 7pm, the Park Wolfpack will take on the Lightning at the historical Hayes Arena.  (Valet parking lots will open one hour prior to puck drop)   Eastview will then play the Apple Valley Eagles on Thursday at 7pm, and complete their week with a game against Prior Lake at 6pm on Saturday night at the AVSA. #whateverittakes; #ur-neese, #es-pin-ban-dick; #16-8-1 

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS VARSITY HOCKEY FALLS TO SHAKOPEE HIGH SCHOOL 4-3

It was one of those days for the Lightning where not much broke their way and the result was a hard-fought, physical loss to Shakopee 3-4.

The Lightning generated a number of scoring chances in the first, but the period ended 0-0. Shots were 9-7.

The Sabers started the scoring in the second, at :23. The Lightning quickly responded at 3:02 when Chloe Benadum fed a sweet stretch pass from the defensive zone to Avery Chesek at the Sabers’ blue line, Chesek found Mikayla Kelley in the slot, and Kelley buried it. At 3:24, Shakopee made it 2-1, but the Lightning tied it again, this time at 7:23. Natalie Bordson and Chesek worked a nifty give-and-go that resulted in Bordson putting the puck past the Sabers’ goalie. A few posts and the shaft of the Sabers’ goalie stick kept the Lightning from taking the lead and the game was tied going into the third, 2-2. Shots: 16-13.

Shakopee hit first in the third, at 3:21. The Lightning, however, responded again when Kelley stole the puck at the Sabers’ blue line and found Chesek in the slot for the goal. Shakopee took the lead for good at 7:03. Despite many good chances, the Lightning could not find the equalizer. The shots ended 24-22.

The result leaves the Lightning 15-6-2 as they enter the last week of the regular season. Tuesday, January 28, is a HUGE rematch with the conference leading team to the west. The Lightning prevailed the first time around, 3-2, and there is no doubt revenge is on the opponent’s mind. JV plays at 5:00 and Varsity at 7:00. Fill the stands and cheer the girls to another big win!! #ChallengeAccepted Go Lightning!! 

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY LOSES 4-0 AGAINST SHAKOPEE

Eastview JV (3-14-1) couldn’t generate much offense in a 4-0 loss at Shakopee Saturday morning.  After a scoreless first period, Shakopee scored early at the :46 mark of the second and never looked back scoring two more goals in the period and another in the third.  EV was outshot 30-19 for the game.  Next up, EV hosts Park on Tuesday at 5:00 p.m.  Varsity faces off at 7:00 p.m.

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY FALLS TO SHAKOPEE HIGH SCHOOL 2-1 

The Lightning played hard but came up short against the Sabers. The only goal for the game was by Emma Tritschler with the assist going to Meghan Keating. Paige Williams was solid in the net stopping 18 of 20 shots. 

 

(NEW) NINTH GRADE WRESTLING REGION 4 QUALIFYING TOURNAMENT

The Ninth Grade Wrestling Team participated in the Ninth Grade Region 4 Qualifying Tournament at Richfield on Saturday. Congratulations to the EV 9th Grade wrestlers for work well done throughout the season and at the tournament, where they placed seventh overall in team points.  Congratulations to Ezra Formanek who placed First with an impressive two pinfalls and a second period tech fall, Alex Baccoli, who went 4-1 with two pins and 6-2 and 5-1 wins to earn 2nd place and Nolan Enderlein who won with a pin and a 4-0 win before falling in the championship round to finish 2-1 and earn 2nd place. Ezra, Alex and Nolan all earned the right to participate in the Ninth Grade State Tournament next Saturday in Champlin Park!  Ethan DuPont went 2-2 and placed 3rd, losing a heartbreaking 4-5 decision in the True Second match!  Landon O’Neil wrestled his guts out and went 3-2, also losing in the True Second place match.   Justin St. Onge, Ethan Daniels and Calvin Lema all wrestled tough and won a match but did not place.  Also participating were Aiden Meixell, Jack Marble and Traevon Garcia. Congratulations to the ninth graders grapplers as they finish out their season at State, the Armstrong JV Tournament and the South Suburban JV Conference Tournament – Good Skills to all of the Ninth Graders for the rest of the season!

 

Friday, January 24th

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL FALLS TO FARMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 46-31 

The JV Girls Basketball team lost to a talented Farmington team last night by a score of 46-31. The team played a rough 1st half with too many turnovers and very poor shot selection. As a result, they went into halftime down 12-29. They came out inspired in the second half and outscored the Tigers by 2 points, but it was too little, too late. The scoring was spread among 9 players: Vanessa Wright-6, Robyn Dayton-6, Savanah Gardener-4, Lauren Machacek-4, Britta Hagen-3, Olivia Ward-3, Claire Pepin-2, Ellie Fulford-2 and Kaitlyn Schaefer-1. Wright, Gardner and Fulford led the rebounding and Madi Wodele led the team in blocked shots. The Lightning are looking forward to a rematch later in the season. 

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL COED VARSITY WRESTLING BEAT LAKEVILLE SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 44-26 

Congratulations to the varsity wrestlers for improving their record to 15-3 on the season and defeating Lakeville South 44-26 and Burnsville 68-3. Earning 2 wins on the night were Nolan Enderlein, Max Enderlein, Drew Bergstedt, Roman Gilbert, Mason Enderlein, Nathan Langer, Logan O'Neil, and Kellen Stewart. Also earning wins were Chris Schleicher, Austin Gerisch, Ezra Formaneck, Cole Frost, Connor Meixell, and Alex Baccoli. Grit-Determination-Triumph 

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL BEAT FARMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 55-53 

The Freshman girls won an exciting home game 55-53 over a good Farmington team. The score went back and forth all game until the Lightning hit a basket with 10 seconds remaining with the game tied to seal the victory.

The Lightning were led in scoring by Korra Kalaus who scored 17 points all playing in only the second half. Sam Quady had 14 points, Jaysa Randle 13, Amy Loch 4, AviElla Raspberry 3, Lizie Bryant and Vertonica Ortega both had 2 points each. Shah'd Ibrahim did a nice job on defense.

NEXT UP- The Freshman girls travel to Lakeville South on Saturday Jan 25 to play 3 games in the Cougar Classic Tournament. GO, LIGHTNING!! 

 

Thursday, January 23rd

(NEW) BOYS VARSITY HOCKEY FALLS TO BURNSVILLE 4-2

The Boys Varsity Hockey team (8-8-1) dropped a conference game to Burnsville by a score of 4-2.  Trailing 1-0 after the first period, Sam Reller notched his first varsity goal on a blistering shot from the slot to tie the score.  The Lightning then took the lead 2-1 on a power play goal by Ryan Quaintance.  The Blaze scored late in the second period to make the score 2-2 as the teams headed into the second intermission.   The eventual winning goal was scored by the Blaze late in the game on a nice deflection, and their final tally was potted into an empty net as Burnsville escaped with the conference victory.  Assists on the Eastview goals were credited to Gabe Tritschler, Ben Malloy, and Will Leach.  Next up for the Lightning is a road test against Shakopee.  #whateverittakes; #16-8-1, #LJwinstheshootout

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL COED VARSITY WRESTLING BEAT EAGAN HIGH SCHOOL 48-21 

The varsity wrestling team defeated the Eagan Wildcats 48-21 on Thursday night while also celebrating the senior wrestlers, managers and their parents. Earning pins for the Lightning were Max Enderlein, Roman Gilbert, and Mason Enderlein. Also earning wins were Nolan Enderlein, Drew Bergstedt, Chris Schleicher, Austin Gerisch, Nathan Langer, Logan O'Neil, and Miguel Zagal.

Congratulations to sophomore Drew Bergstedt for earning his 50th Career Win! 

 

EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY TOPS BURNSVILLE 4-3

Eastview JV (3-13-1) hung on for a 4-3 win over Burnsville Thursday night at Apple Valley Sports Arena.  EV started the scoring in the first period as sophomore forward Jake Swanson found the back of the net off a rebound shot from junior defenseman Nick Lombardi.  Later in the period, Burnsville capitalized on an EV turnover to knot the score at 1-1 after one period.  Sophomore forward Joe Sigel scored the lone second period goal on a nice pass from sophomore forward AJ Wagner to give EV the 2-1 lead.  For his second goal of the game, Sigel extended the EV lead 3-1 in the third period – assist to sophomore defenseman Sam Gillis. Later in the third period, sophomore forward Walker Bergland appeared to put the game out of reach 4-1 with another EV goal (assist from sophomore defenseman Nate Stephenson). However, Burnsville would not give up.  Just 10 seconds after the Bergland goal, Burnsville made it 4-2.  Things got more interesting as Burnsville closed the gap to just one goal scoring at the 10:17 mark.  EV would hold on, though, for a final score of 4-3.  Sophomore goaltender Max Leach stopped 29 of 32 Burnsville shots in the win.  EV tallied 30 shots for the game.

 


ARTS & ACTIVITIES

(NEW) EVHS SPEECH TEAMS PLACE THIRD OVER THE WEEKEND

Congratulations to the EVHS Speech team for kicking off their season with great success this past weekend by placing 3rd at both the Marshall Speech Spectacular and the Eagle Invitational at Eden Prairie.  Here are the students who earned first place in the varsity or novice divisions in their respective categories: Olivia Beach, Campbell Bernstein, Karima Boulos, Mary Rezcallah, Cailin Mayotte, Zoe Champ. Here are the students who earned second place in the varsity or novice divisions in their respective categories: Thor Reimann, Jordan Adams, Ella Erdahl, Bernstein/Adams,  Olivia Brothers, Faye Zhang.

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW’S SCIENCE OLYMPIAD DOES WELL AT UWRF

Teams competed at the University of Wisconsin River Falls on Saturday in the UWRF Border Battle. There were 63 teams with over 900 students competing in 27 different events.

Eastview earned 21 top 10 finishes and Varsity placed 9th in the large school division. Medals were earned by the following students:

3rd Place in Detector Building: Nicholas Adelmann & Harita Duggirala

4th Place in Solar Power: Clinton Pan & Kim Ngo

4th Place in Wright Stuff: Elena Ea & Jamie Chen

Congratulations to everyone that competed on Saturday! Next Saturday the team competes at home in their Science Olympiad Regions to earn a spot to compete at State.

 

VOICES LITERARY MAGAZINE MEETING

Eastview’s literary arts magazine Voices staff will have our first meeting for our submissions drive, as well as talking about the magazine, layout and our spring calendar.  We’d love to have anyone who is interested in this activity to come to our meeting – you’ve already been involved, you’ve come to a few things last year, or you’re brand-new!  If you’re interested in art, poetry, short stories, writing, drawing, photography – we’d love to have you!

Hope to see you this coming Tuesday, January 28th at 2:35 in C331.  If you can’t make it, stop by and see Ms. Sagmoen in the C3 Office!

 

BRAVO! 2020 - BRITISH INVASION

This year’s BRAVO! production is titled, “British Invasion!” Auditions to perform in the show are on January 28-29. Sign up in the Main Office. See Mr. Douma for more info.

 


LEARNING COMMONS

THANK YOU & NEW WISH LIST ITEMS

The Learning Commons has recently received three significant donations of common household/garage goods from our wish list.  We were able to further stock our makerspace and shared some of the supplies with the applied math classes.  Thank you for your generous donations to build our Zapp Lab and other hands on work spaces!

We have added a few new items to our wish list, but have a special request. As your family may be upgrading your phone technology, please consider donating old phones to the Learning Commons.  We have a set of Google Cardboard Virtual Reality headsets, but no devices to project the videos.  The minimum requirement is simply a functioning phone which can connect to the internet.  We will be able to access hundreds of virtual tours with minimal investment and provide students with a whole new way to interact with rich learning opportunities.  Check out a sample video here and even more amazing with virtual reality!

 

WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE LEARNING COMMONS

Current events: https://www.smore.com/tvqcd  (updated 12/2/19)

Open to all students from 7am-3:30pm daily.  We offer space for quiet study, group collaboration, hands-on projects and a green screen video studio.  Please stop by to see our space whenever you are in the building!