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Daily Announcements (9.17.19)
Eastview High School

Eastview High School Daily Announcements

Tuesday, September 17th, 2019


 

PARENT SECTION

LIGHTNING CAFE OPENS TODAY

Have you missed the sweet smell of warm cookies coming from the Lightning Café?  Stop by starting Tuesday, September 17th when we open for the school year!  The café offers a variety of fruit, muffins, snacks and drinks in addition to those amazing chocolate chip cookies.  We’ll be there at 2:25pm every day--stop by to fuel up for your afterschool activities!  

 

FROM OUR PAK (PARENTS ARE KEY) TEAM

Join us as we partner with Top 20 Teens author, Tom Cody, as we talk about parenting teens. Our first topic is a way of thinking, learning and communicating called living above the line. It works with everything from parenting to politics!! "The Line" is a lesson that we use with all of our EVHS 9th graders (our 10-12th graders have all heard it, too), so we want to create a shared perspective and vocabulary (teachers, students and parents all talking the same language...how powerful is that?!?!)! We are offering two sessions in hopes to provide an opportunity for EVERYONE who wants to attend: Wednesday, September 18th from 7:00pm - 8:30pm and Saturday, September 21st from 10:00am - 11:30am. Both sessions are the same, so pick one (and bring a friend!!).  As always, all EVHS PAK events are free and open to the public!


 

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

EASTVIEW SCHOOL STORE

The Eastview School Store is now open.  We are located at the east end of the commons and are open before school and the first 20 minutes of hours 1 through 4.  Stop down and check out our wide variety of spirit wear and grab a snack!!  Hope to see you soon!  

 

ATTENTION: 2019-2020 EASTVIEW SKI & SNOWBOARD TRIP

All Students who are interested in attending the 2019-20 Eastview Ski & Snowboard Trip over MLK weekend in January; there will be a short 10 minute informational meeting on Thursday, September 19 at 2:30 in room B126.  We will be discussing trip specifics and timeline for payment/ registration.

 

CALLING ALL FUTURE LIGHTNING DANCERS!!

It’s that time of year again!  The Lightning Dance Team (LDT) is excited to host their annual Community Dance Clinic for Pre K-8th Grade students on Saturday, September 21.  All kids who participate in the clinic will also have the opportunity to dance at halftime of the Homecoming Football the following Friday night, September 27. If you have any siblings, neighbors, friends or relatives who might be interested have them Learn more and get registered.  Feel free to direct any questions to Robin Percival.

 

2019 HOMECOMING WEEK (SEPT. 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 & Pepfest (Grade 9: white, 10: grey, 11: blue, 12: black)

 

All Week:

Homecoming Cup – earn points for your grade by participating in Homecoming events and service projects. Cup winner announced at halftime of the football game.

Giant Jenga Competition @ Lunch – daily grade winner earns 50 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.

 

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 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 gentlemen wear dress pants and shirt as well as a tie. 

 

WEIGHT ROOM / SUPER GROUP

EVHS Fall super group will start Monday, September 9th. Meet on the indoor track at 2:45PM.  Super group training days are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday with a 2:45PM start time on the indoor track; the end time will be about 4:00PM.

The weight room is open Monday through Thursday from 3:05PM to 4:45PM and Fridays from 3:05PM to 4:00PM.


 

  

COLLEGE AND SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

SPACE IS LIMITED – REGISTER SOON FOR THE PSAT

On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2019, Juniors at EVHS are encouraged to take the PSAT/NMSQT exam.  (High achieving Sophomores are also encouraged to take the PSAT as practice only.) The PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test) provides feedback about college-readiness, is excellent practice for the SAT, and is also used by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation to determine National Merit Scholarship recipients in the class of 2021. 

 

Test Date: Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Time: 7:30-11:15 a.m. (School authorized absence)

Location: Eastview High School

Registration begins Monday, September 9th and concludes Monday, September 30th (or when registration is full).  Priority is given to junior test takers.

The cost is $25.00 payable through FeePay. Registration and payment must be made through Feepay.

IMPORTANT:  After you have registered, you must come to the Counseling office during 5th period to see Susanne Fulford. She will verify your PSAT registration and payment and you will pick up your PSAT Official Student Guide.  Your test site location will be communicated via email by Friday, October 11th.

Preparation resources, including sample questions and a full length practice test are available. If you have any questions, please contact Susanne Fulford in the Counseling Office at 952-431-8915.

 

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. 

 

9/17/2019     

9:20am        

University of Wisconsin-Stout

Menomonie

9/17/2019

12:40pm

Luther College

Decorah

9/17/2019

12:40pm

Boston College

Chestnut Hill

9/18/2019

12:40pm

North Dakota State University-Main Campus

Fargo

9/18/2019

1:35pm

University of Kansas

Lawrence

9/18/2019

11:10am

United States Navy

 

9/19/2019

 9:20am

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Lincoln

9/19/2019

12:40pm

The University of Chicago

Chicago

9/19/2019

11:10am

Minnesota Army National Guard

 

9/20/2019

9:20am

Wesleyan University

Middletown

9/20/2019

12:40pm

Mount Holyoke College

South Hadley

9/23/2019

7:30am

Adelphi University

Garden City

9/23/2019

8:25am

Boston University

Boston

9/23/2019

9:20am

The College of Saint Scholastica

Duluth

9/23/2019

1:35pm

Kenyon College

Gambier

9/23/2019

1:35pm

Coe College

Cedar Rapids

9/24/2019

7:30am

Case Western Reserve University

Cleveland

9/24/2019

7:30am

Concordia College

Moorhead

9/24/2019

8:25am

Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore

9/24/2019

8:25am

Saint John’s University

Collegeville

9/24/2019

9:20am

University of Missouri-Columbia

Columbia

9/24/2019

9:20am

University of Wisconsin-Superior

Superior

9/24/2019

12:40pm

Iowa State University

Ames

9/24/2019

1:35pm

Northwestern University

Evanston

9/25/2019

9:20am

Michigan Technological University

Houghton

9/26/2019

8:25am

University of Minnesota Twin Cities

Minneapolis

9/26/2019

9:20am

Colby College

Waterville

9/26/2019

9:20am

University of Minnesota Rochester

Rochester

9/30/2019

7:30am

University of Colorado Boulder

Boulder

9/30/2019

7:30am

University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus

Pittsburgh

9/30/2019

9:20am

Loyola University Chicago

Chicago

9/30/2019

9:20am

University of Minnesota-Duluth

Duluth

9/30/2019

12:40pm

Northern Arizona University

Flagstaff

9/30/2019

1:35pm

Montana State University

Bozeman

9/30/2019

1:35pm

University of Massachusetts-Lowell

Lowell

10/1/2019

9:20am

Miami University-Oxford

Oxford

10/1/2019

1:35pm

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott

Prescott

10/1/2019

1:35pm

Cornish College of the Arts

Seattle

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) EASTVIEW GIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL BEAT EDINA HIGH SCHOOL 3-0 

The Lightning Girls Varsity Volleyball team overcame two more missing players from the lineup to defeat the Edina Hornets 3-0 in non-conference play on Monday. The team showed great grit and played solid volleyball all night. The team was led on offense by Junior Lauren Crowl who posted an incredible .444 hitting efficiency with 17 kills. Senior Camille Roe jumped into the middle for the first time all season and chipped in with 5 kills on a .417 efficiency as well. Senior Setter Hanna Anderson did a magnificent job of running the offense, averaging nearly 9 assists per set. Senior Libero Caylee Christian led the team with 11 digs.

The girls move back into conference play this Thursday when they head to Burnsville to take on the Blaze. Come cheer on the girls on the road as they look to continue their winning streak and undefeated start to conference play. Varsity match time is 7pm. 

 

 

 

ARTS & ACTIVITIES

FCCLA REMINDER

For those members who missed our FCCLA kick off meeting last or 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.

 

BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL OF AMERICA (BPA) MEETING

There will be an informational and registration meeting for anyone interested in joining Business Professionals of America on Wednesday, September 18th, in C239.  There are two options:  before school at 7:00 a.m. or after school at 2:30 p.m.

 

AUDITION FOR ANNIE!

Auditions for the Eastview winter musical, Annie, will be held on Tuesday, September 17 after school.  Sign-up by scanning the QR code on Annie posters throughout the school.

You must also stop into the Main Office to get audition materials and forms.  All students will need to sing, dance, and act for the audition.  You may bring your own 30 sec – 1 minute song to sing (musical theatre genre is best) or you may sing the preselected song (available in the Main Office).  Singers providing their own song should also bring accompaniment track.   If you were not able to attend the dance workshop on Sunday, a video will be linked on the sign-up page where you schedule your audition.  Performances will be the first two weekends in December.

There are TONS of roles in this classic musical!  We hope to see you at try-outs. If you have questions, see Mrs. Douma in the choir office or email her.

 

JOIN EASTVIEW SCIENCE OLYMPIAD

Are you a fan of science and can’t get enough of it in with just 1 period a day in school? Think you might want to be an engineer when you grow up? Then you definitely will want to check out Science Olympiad. We’ll have an informational meeting for new and returning members to learn more about what we do, talk about the upcoming season, and meet our captains and coach. We’ll have an information meeting on  Tuesday, 9/17/19  at 2:30 in the East Computer Lab. We look forward to meeting you!

 

EASTVIEW’S BLACK HONOR ASSOCIATION

Eastview’s Black Honor Association (BHA) is accepting applications for the 2019-20 school year!  BHA’s purpose includes: celebrating diversity and success, embracing the challenge of African American students at EVHS, focusing on education, spreading diverse leadership throughout EVHS (curricular and co-curricular) and networking/mentoring.  Membership is open to black students at EVHS with a 3.0 minimum cumulative GPA.  Members will be expected to participate in quarterly meetings/activities, complete 20 hours of community service per year, and engage in other leadership roles, clubs and activities at EVHS and in the community.  This is a new and growing club at EVHS; activities include: leadership development, guest speakers, Black History, fundraising, and more (the group is excited to build this and expand opportunities).  Applications are due by 3:00pm on Friday, September 20th.  ONLINE APPLICATION LINK: www.bit.ly/EVBHA2019  See any of the current BHA leaders or Ms. Hanson in the Student Services Office with questions.   

 

JOIN INTRAMURAL BADMINTON

Intramural Badminton starts on Tuesday, October 1st at 5:45 – 8pm in the main gym. Cost is $40.00 includes a t-shirt. Please sign up online, click Families/Feepay on the EVHS homepage. Any questions see Ms. Gilson in attendance after 2nd hour or email her.