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Daily Announcements (2.18.2020)

PARENT SECTION

LOOKING FOR CLERICAL SUBSTITUTES

Enjoy working with children and have a flexible schedule?  We have an opportunity for you!  District 196 has a current need for Substitute paraprofessionals and instructional clerks. 

Paraprofessionals work closely with our special education students offering academic, behavior, or self-care assistance earning $14 per hour.  Instructional clerks typically assist in monitoring our playground and lunchrooms in our elementary schools earning $12.75 per hour.  Opportunities are available Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:30am to 4:00pm most weeks with flexibility to work a wide range of hours at multiple schools. Applicants will be required to pass a pre-employment physical and background check, complete an online Personal Care Attendant training (an easy training that typically takes approximately 15 minutes) and attend a clerical orientation.  If you are interested in finding out more information, please follow the link to our district website District Subbing Sign-Up and Information or call Barb Hall at 651-423-7761.

 

RESERVE YOUR SEAT TODAY

Don't miss out on BINGO! Seating is limited so reserve your seat today!! Registration form can be found here. 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. Must be 18 years old to play.

Our Bingo Bonanza will also host a SILENT AUCTION with lots of great items for you to bid on using your smartphone!  Check out our Bidding Owl site.  Items are regularly being added so check back often. 

Can't play Bingo and still want to support the Senior Party? Donate an item, e.g. craft, service, gift cards, etc. 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

 

SENIOR PARENT SECTION

SENIOR PARENTS, MAKE SURE YOUR SWEETHEARTS HAVE THEIR TICKET TO THE BIGGEST SENIOR PARTY ON GRADUATION NIGHT!

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.  Students will enjoy activities, food, music, games, prizes, and more!! It is the place to be on graduation night! 

Don’t procrastinate! Senior party ticket prices leap after February! Current price is $90! All money generated from ticket sales goes directly to fund the party!

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: LINK:  http://www.eastviewseniorparty.com/Tickets

 

 

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!

 


GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

(NEW)- EXTENDED- BILINGUAL/MULTILINGUAL SEALS & CERTIFICATES ASSESSMENT

The deadline for 12th grade students to register in FeePay to take the Bilingual/Multilingual Seals and Certificates Assessment is today, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18th. The computerized assessments include reading, writing, listening, and speaking sections and will be administered on ACT Day – April 7th

We currently have assessments available for Arabic, French, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin (Simplified and Traditional), Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Somali, Spanish and Thai.

Please read here to learn more about the benefits of the Bilingual/Multilingual Seals and Certificate Program and feel free to contact Liz Perona with any questions.

 

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

 

BLACK HISTORY MONTH ESSAY-ART-ORATORY CONTEST

All Eastview students are invited to participate in Advancing the Dream: a Black History Month Essay-Art-Oratory Contest.  Taking inspiration from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech, respond to the following prompt: Is the dream alive today the way Dr. King envisioned it?  What would he think of the moment in which we are living?  What are our collective next steps in keeping that vision alive?  What role can each of us play in advancing the cause of justice and equity in society and in our school?   What action(s) will you take in your daily life to carry out Dr. King’s dream?  Students may choose to write an essay, poetry or prose, create an original piece of art, or record yourself speaking or singing.    There will be a $50 prize in each of the three categories.  Entries are due Friday, February 28th.    More information can be found in the Schoology announcement.  See Ms. Hanson in the Student Services Office with questions.

 

FROM COMMUNITY EDUCATION

Essence of Abstract Painting (ages 13-19)

Wed | Feb 19 | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. | $39 | FRMS

 

Do you seek employment as a swim instructor aide? 

Water Safety Aide (ages 13+)

Mon-Thu | Mar 23-26 | 9:00 AM - 3:30 p.m. | 4 sessions | $175 | BHMS

 

Do you seek employment as a swim instructor? 

Water Safety Instructor (ages 16+)

Mon-Thu | Mar 23-26 | 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. | 4 sessions | $280 | BHMS

 

Do you seek employment as a lifeguard? 

Lifeguarding plus Waterpark Module (ages 15+)

Mon-Thu | Mar 23-26 | 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. | 4 sessions | $270 | BHMS

 


COLLEGE AND SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

PERSPECTIVES ON PARENTING SEMINAR - COLLEGE PLANNING - Thursday, March 5, 6:30 PM

Post-High School Planning:   This Perspectives on Parenting - College Planning seminar will take place Thursday, March 5 at 6:30 pm, in the EVHS East Commons.  (NOTE: This seminar coincides with Parent-Teacher Conferences on this date (5:00 pm to 8:45 pm), so plan your conferences around this hour long presentation.) 

This seminar is very timely for parents of sophomores and juniors, but all grades are welcome to attend.   This informational seminar outlines the process for planning and preparing for a post-high school education. 

 

UPCOMING COLLEGE AND CAREER FAIRS

District 196 College Fair at Eastview High School

-           Monday, March 9th – 4:30-6:00 PM – EVHS Commons

-           Visit with representatives from over 100 colleges, universities, community colleges, and technical programs.  For a complete list of colleges and more information visit: http://mn-acac.org/MEFstudents/

-           Sign up for a scannable barcode to save time to encourage more conversations with the colleges  at: www.gotocollegefairs.com

-           This Minnesota Education Fair ( MEF) is sponsored by the Minnesota Association for College Admission Counseling (MACAC)

School of Environmental Sciences College and Career Fair

 

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

2/18/2020    

11:10am     

U.S. Navy

2/21/2020

11:10am

Air Force Reserve

2/25/2020

12:40pm

Niagara University

2/28/2020

9:20am

Simpson College

 


ATHLETICS

(NEW) MSHSL POSTSEASON UPDATES

Alpine Ski: Junior Ryan Whalen finished 27th at the State Meet on Wednesday at Giant’s Ridge in Biwabik last Wednesday!  Congrats to Ryan and to all team members on fantastic seasons.

Nordic Ski: Congrats to the Girls Nordic Ski team on a 10th place finish as a team at the State Meet!  After a tough morning in some brutally cold and windy conditions on an already very challenging course, the Lightning finished the season very strong with a great Classic Pursuit race in the afternoon with several skiers catching a large number of skiers in front of them.  Scoring points for the Lightning were Seniors Gabby Kraemer (27th Overall), Josie Roberts and Claire Nack along with 8th Grader Emily Percival.  Others skiing at State for Eastview were Junior Mara Ristow, Senior Darby O’Neil and Freshman Sonja Olson. Varsity alternates included Junior Kate Helou, Sophomore Ava Kerndt and 8th Grader Liza Kerndt.  Congrats to all team members on a fantastic season and a huge shout out to the 4 Seniors Gabby, Josie, Claire and Darby on your amazing careers!

Dance Team: The Lightning Dance Team had a weekend and season that could simply be described as perfect.  They went undefeated all season long in every competition in both Jazz and High Kick and had their best performances of the year with scores that were off the charts at the Target Center on Friday and Saturday.  Their High Kick performance on Saturday night had the entire Target Center on their feet including fans from all schools in the AA as well as the AAA competition.  On Friday night the team claimed their 5th Jazz state title in school history and on Saturday they won their 12th High Kick state title in school history.  In addition, they kept their streak alive of qualifying for state every year the program has been in existence and for the 18th straight year qualified for Finals (top 6 in the state) in BOTH Jazz and High Kick…..something no other program in the state has done.  Grace Kisch and Irene Boese were named to the Wells Fargo All Tournament High Kick Team.  Morgan Peterson and Sophia Hedlund were named to the Wells Fargo All Tournament Jazz Team.  Congrats to the entire team on another incredible season and a big thanks to the five seniors Irene, Karli, Sophia, Grace and Morgan on your outstanding careers! 

Varsity Jazz Team includes: Irene Boese, Elizabeth Dobis, Karli Flippo, Maliyah Fongvongsa-Given, Emma Gannon, Elizabeth Hallum, Sophia Hedlund, Grace Heinen, Grace Kisch, Maggie Larson, Danielle Nelson, Katie Percival, Morgan Peterson, Sabrina Pilney, Mailana Tong, Abby Williams

Varsity High Kick Team includes: Lauren Anderson, Mia Barnes, Irene Boese, Lilli Burke, Trinity Dao, Elizabeth Dobis, Karli Flippo, Maliyah Fongvongsa-Given, Mia Foster, Emma Gannon, Claire Hake, Elizabeth Hallum, Sydney Hart, Sophia Hedlund, Grace Heinen, Grace Kisch, Chloe Kruger, Maggie Larson, Paige Lorsung, Ashley Losie, Ariana Navaro, Danielle Nelson, Anna Nguyen, Zoe Kritsas, Katie Percival, Morgan Peterson, Sabrina Pilney, Ava Sartori, Alexis Stolpa, Kilie Thomas, Mailana Tong, Abby Williams

Coaches are Jenny Raiche, Ellen Allen, Toni Balliet, Molly Campbell, Shelby Feddema, Grace Gilbertson, Shannen Jilek, Jessica Padget, Tina Range and Taylor Varghese

Gymnastics: The Lightning Gymnasts wrapped up their team season on Friday night at East Ridge where they competed in the Section 3AA Championships.  The team had a great meet and placed 4th overall.  Abbie Swanson placed 2nd on the Beam and 5th on Bars and is STATEBOUND in both events!  She will compete in the Individual State Tournament next Saturday night at Roy Wilkins Auditorium at 6:00 p.m.

Wrestling: The Eastview Wrestling Team had an exciting 39-35 win over Lakeville South in the opening round of the Section 2AAA Team Tournament before falling to #1 in the State Shakopee in the Section Semis..  The Individual Tournament will be held Friday, February 21st and Saturday, February 22nd at Apple Valley.  All Individual and Team State Qualifiers will participate in the State Tourney at Xcel Center February 27-29.

Swim and Dive: The Boys Swim and Dive team will compete in their Section Swim Prelims on Wednesday, February 19th at Bluewater Aquatic in Apple Valley.  The Diving Competition is February 20th at Dakota Hills Middle School and then Swim Finals are back at Bluewater on February 21st.  Individuals and Relays that qualify for the State Meet will compete at the U of M February 27-29.

Boys Hockey: The boys hockey team concluded their regular season yesterday with a win over Farmington.  They received the #4 Seed in Section 3AA and will host St. Thomas Academy on Thursday at 7:00 at the Apple Valley Sports Arena. Click here for the complete bracket: https://legacy.mshsl.org/Brackets/bracket.asp?tournamentId=79&bracketId=69  The winner of the section advances on to the State Tournament at Xcel Center March 5-7.

Girls Basketball: The girls still have one week left in the regular season and host Prior Lake on Tuesday night.  Their playoffs are scheduled for February 26th, February 29th and Section Championship Game is Wednesday, March 4th.  All games will be played at the site of the higher seeded team.  Teams who qualify will participate in the State Tournament at Target Center March 11-14.

CI and PI Hockey: Our Dakota Hawks teams are both off and running with their seasons and have two weeks left of regular season play.  Their playoffs are still TBD based on their regular season finish.  Their State Tournament, if they should qualify, will be held March 13-14 at Bloomington Jefferson.

Boys Basketball: The boys still have two weeks left in the regular season and currently lead the SSC and will travel to Prior Lake on Tuesday night.  Their playoffs are scheduled for March 5th and March 10th at the higher seeded team and their Section Championship Game is March 13th at Farmington.  Teams who qualify will participate in the State Tournament at Target Center March 18-21.

 

BOYS GOLF INFO MEETING

Attention Boys Golfers: There will be an informational meeting for all non-returning boys golfers on Wednesday, February 19th at 2:30pm in C250. Information regarding tryouts, practice and tournament schedule, off-season training and team expectations will be covered. If you are unable to attend please see Coach Wanous in the Counseling Office any time after the 19th for the information.  Tryouts begin March 16th

 

EASTVIEW SOFTBALL TRYOUT INFO

All students who are interested in trying out for softball, please take a look at this INFORMATION FLYER.  Tryouts are March 9-11.  If you have questions or need more information, please contact Charity Jacobson or Sydney Dwyer.

 

EVHS BOYS LACROSSE INFO

All 9th-12th grade boys interested in playing lacrosse this Spring must first register through FeePay. You will need a current physical (within the last 3 years) which must be submitted at the time of registration.  If your physical is less than 3 years old, then you do not need to submit a new one.  Tryouts begin Monday, March 30, 2020 – Yes, that is the Monday after Spring Break.  If you are not registered and have not submitted a physical by Spring Break, then you will not be able to tryout.  Get 'er done.  Booster Club information and schedules are available at www.eastviewlacrosse.com

 

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 into 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/MEET/MATCH RESULTS

Saturday, February 15th

(NEW) BOYS VARSITY HOCKEY BEATS FARMINGTON 3-2

The Boys Varsity Hockey team (13-11-1) concluded their regular season with a win over Farmington 3-2.  Goal scorers for the in Lightning included Cullen Johnson, Jordan Larkee (power play), and Ryan Quaintance (shorthanded).  Assists were credited to Quaintance, Sam Groebner, Gabe Tritschler, and Joshua Eernisse. The team also honored their Class of 2020 including the two student assistants (Regan Cronk and Emma Nichols) and twelve senior players during an on-ice ceremony with their parents.  #whateverittakes; #3andOletsgo

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL FALLS TO EDINA HIGH SCHOOL 59-40 

The JV Girls Basketball team lost to a very tough and aggressive Edina team on Saturday afternoon by a score of 59-40. Madi Wodele had a great game, scoring 8 points and pulling down an impressive 10 rebounds. Vanessa Wright scored 10 points on 8 for 8 shooting from the free throw line. Savanah Gardener led the team in assists and was 3rd in rebounding. Unfortunately, the Lightning could not match Edina's intensity and gave up 12 offensive boards while committing 30 turnovers. They hope to get back on track for their final two games of the season this coming week. 

 

(NEW)  EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY ENDS SEASON WITH A 2-1 VICTORY OVER FARMINGTON

Eastview Boys JV (6-16-3) played inspired hockey in the season finale Saturday afternoon with a hard fought 2-1 victory over the Farmington Tigers at AVSA.  Sophomore goaltender Conner Christian was outstanding stopping 36 of the 37 Farmington shots and almost got the shutout as Farmington finally scored with the extra attacker with just 1:18 left in the game.  Offensively, EV put up 26 shots of their own and were paced by junior forward Sam Ortman scoring both EV goals.  Ortman scored unassisted just 35 seconds into the game on a breakaway.  He added another early in the second period with a helper from sophomore defenseman Sam Gillis.  EV played well but spent much of the game shorthanded.  EV took 9 penalties in the game (Farmington with only 4). Nonetheless, the Lightning prevailed and ended their season on a high note.

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL BEAT EDINA HIGH SCHOOL 55-45

Despite a massive size difference; the Eastview B squad proved to be as tough as they come, snatching away their 5th consecutive victory! Led by 16 points from Nia Hacker, the Lightning displayed some hot shooting from the 3 point arc and converted 20 of 23 free throws. Kayla Schuster also had her best offensive game of the season with 14 hard earned points while battling foul trouble and the size mismatches for most of the game.

Other contributors in the balanced attack were:

Kendra Schuster - 9 pts

Korra Kalaus - 8 pts

Kyra Schwanz - 8 pts 

 

Friday, February 14th

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL COED VARSITY WRESTLING BEAT LAKEVILLE SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 39-35 

The varsity wrestlers earned their 18th Win of the season by defeating Lakeville South in the Section 2AAA Quarterfinals on Friday by a score of 39-35. Earning pins for the Lightning were Nolan Enderlein, Max Enderlein, Drew Bergstedt, Nathan Langer, Connor Meixell, and Kellen Stewart. Roman Gilbert also earned a 3-1 decision.

The wrestlers lost to #1 ranked Shakopee in the semi-finals. 

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL BEAT APPLE VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL 63-19 

The JV Girls Basketball team held the Apple Valley Eagles to 1 point in the second half and went on to a 63-19 victory on Friday night. Four players were in double figures, led by Claire Pepin who scored 15 points in only one half of play. Madi Wodele was next with 11 points and 7 rebounds. Caitlyn Han and Vanessa Wright added 10 points each and Han also pulled down 7 boards. Also leading the rebounding at 7 was Ellie Fulford and she added 7 points and 4 steals. Lauren Machacek tied for the most steals while Olivia Ward put up 6 points, 4 boards and 3 steals. 

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL BEAT APPLE VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL 49-13 

Behind a balanced effort and numerous contributions from the Lightning team throughout; Eastview remained on its winning track!

Stat box contributers:

Korra Kalaus - 11 pts, 7 reb

Kendra Schuster - 10 pts, 3 reb

Kayla Schuster - 8 pts, 6 reb

Kyra Schwanz - 7 pts, 7 reb

Jaysa Randle - 6 pts

Daniella Oduro 3 pts

Nia Hacker - 2 pts, 2 reb

AviElla Raspberry - 2 pts 

 

Thursday, February 13th

(NEW) BOYS VARSITY HOCKEY FALLS TO ROSEMOUNT 1-0

The Boys Varsity Hockey team (12-11-1) lost to Rosemount last Thursday night by a score 1-0.  The Lightning had numerous opportunities to score but were unable to put one past the Irish goaltender.  Bennett Weestrand and the Eastview defense was equally impressive throughout the rivalry game as well.  #whateverittakes

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY RALLIES TO TIE ROSEMOUNT 3-3

Eastview Boys JV rallied from a 3-1 deficit to tie Rosemount 3-3 last Thursday night at Rosemount Community Center.  Rosemount outshot EV 6-3 in the first period and scored the lone goal at 8:24. EV responded early in the second period tying the game 1-1 on a goal from sophomore forward Walker Bergland (assisted by sophomore forward Cody Domagalski).  Just 75 seconds later, the Irish re-took the lead 2-1 and eventually extended it 3-1 at the 6:48 mark on a power play goal.  EV would get one goal back before the second period ended on a goal from junior forward Sam Ortman (assisted by sophomore defenseman Sam Gillis).  EV came out strong in the third period controlling play and eventually got the equalizer at 10:13 on a goal from sophomore forward Joe Sigel (assisted by junior forward Peter Duong-Topp).  EV had several good chances late in the third period and in the overtime session to win the game but were unable to find the twine.  EV outshot Rosemount 24-22 for the game and junior goaltender Cater Jensen came up big on several occasions stopping 20 Irish shots.  

 


ARTS & ACTIVITIES

(NEW) EASTVIEW SPEECH DOES WELL AT HARVARD SPEECH TOURNAMENT

Over the weekend, Eastview speech students competed in Boston, Massachusetts in the Harvard Speech Tournament. The tournament was attended by over 4000 entries from approximately 38 states, and Eastview students had many tremendous accomplishments! 

In particular, congratulations to the following on their outstanding accomplishments:

Jordan Adams and Campbell Bernstein: 4TH PLACE, DUO INTERPRETATION

Jordan Adams: 6th PLACE, DRAMATIC INTERPRETATION

note: Jordan was one of only a handful of students who appeared in TWO final rounds, and the only student from Minnesota to do that same feat.

Campbell Bernstein: Octafinals, Humorous Interpretation

Hanna Olson: Octafinals, Dramatic Interpretation

Nyoka Hakim: Double-Octafinals, Original Oratory

Angel Dominguez: Double-Octafinals, Dramatic Interpretation

The team was also well-represented by Sarah Helou and Ainsley Plucker, both in Dramatic Interpretation.  Below is a picture of the group in Sanders Memorial Auditorium, where Jordan and Campbell had the opportunity to showcase their duo to a large audience.

(NEW) EASTVIEW’S ROOKIE MOCK TRIAL TEAM HEADING TO STATE

Eastview’s Rookie Mock Trial team (9th/10th graders) went 4-1 in Regional competition earning a berth in the State Tournament.  What is really special is that this is their first year competing in Mock Trial for all team members. The team had its best match of the season for the victory. The team is coached by Jeff Anderson and Scott Oxley.   Team members: Schruti Chandrasekar, Ella DeMaster, Kelly Diep, Siri Froehlig, Ian Machalek, Lauren Mitchell, Anna Singh, Elie Tate, Adrea Turchi, Bisandi Mahanama, Maryam Siddiqui.

 

 

(NEW) BOYS VOLLEYBALL PRESEASON PARENT MEETING

The boys volleyball season starts in 2 weeks!  Come check it out at open gym tonight, 6:30pm in the South Gym.

The pre-season parent/player meeting will be on Wednesday, February 26, at 7pm.  Please plan to be there, or have a parent attend…or both!  Come be a part of the fastest growing boys sport in America!

 

NEXT SPANISH MEETING

There will be a Spanish Club meeting on Tuesday, February 18th after school in room B321. We will be planning our March Music Madness activity. All are invited!!!

 

NIGHT OF ANCIENT TALES- EASTVIEW’S WINTER AND ONE ACT PLAYS

Join us for a Night of Ancient Tales, as Eastview’s Performing Arts Department presents two plays; Antigone  and Tales From Odysseus.  

Performance dates are February 20, 21, and 22 at 7PM in the Eastview Performing Arts Center.  All tickets are general admission and are available at the Box Office starting one hour before showtime.  Ticket prices are Adults: $7 and Senior Citizens/Students: $5.

Antigone: 

It takes guts to stand up to the most powerful man in the country. Especially when you’re 15. After both of her brothers kill each other in opposing sides of a war, Antigone dares to defy her uncle, King Creon, by burying her ‘traitor’ brother. When Creon discovers that Antigone has performed the burial despite his command, he orders her to be walled up in a cave alive thus starving her to death. Creon does not listen to the pleadings of Ismene, Antigone’s sister, nor his son Haemon, who is engaged to Antigone. Haemon goes to Antigone’s cave, sees that she has hung herself and kills himself as well. Hearing this, his mother also takes her own life at the fateful end of this Greek tragedy.

The Search For Odysseus:

The Search for Odysseus tells the story of the Odyssey, from the point of view of Telemachus, his son. After the Trojan War, Odysseus does not return with the other soldiers, and Telemachus sets out to find him and in so doing embarks on a voyage of self discovery.

 


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!