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Daily Announcements (9.6.19)

 

Eastview High School Daily Announcements

Friday, September 6th, 2019


PARENT SECTION

(NEW) EASTVIEW OPEN HOUSE: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH  6:30pm-8:30pm

Open House is an opportunity to meet the teachers of your student(s) and learn more about the learning opportunities available at Eastview High School. The evening will begin with your student’s first period class (the bell will ring promptly at 6:30 p.m.) and will follow your student’s schedule throughout the evening. 

Printed schedules for your students will not be available on Monday night.  You may follow your student’s digital schedule on your personal smart device by downloading the Campus Parent app, or by clicking Parent Portal, or by communicating with your student. 

Parents may pick up their student’s MCA score reports during Open House.  Reports will be available in the C1 locker bay near the Learning Commons entrance for current 11th grade students (Reading and Science) and 12th grade students (Mathematics). 

 

STUDENT PICTURE DAY INFORMATION – MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH

Picture Day is Monday, September 9th - Lifetouch is offering the opportunity for you to order your student's school photos online. Click on the below link which will provide you the opportunity to choose the photo package, customize your package, add upgrades, and purchase your package online.  This will allow your student to simply have their photo taken on picture day without bringing any information or payment with them to school.  Students will receive order packets this week if you would like to order using the traditional methods.

Lifetouch Picture Day Information

When ordering online, the website will ask you for a Picture Day ID.  Following is the ID for Eastview HS:  EVTKZTNCV

 

PARENT PICTURE DAY VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

We are looking for a few more parent volunteers to help with student pictures on Monday, September 9th.  Please consider helping us make this process smooth and efficient for our students!  See our needs and sign up.  If you are interested in seeing future Parents are Key volunteer needs, connect with us on Facebook and/or join our email list.

 

TACKLE CANCER WEEK EVENTS

TONIGHT, September 6, the Eastview Lightning Football Team will take on the Burnsville Blaze in our annual Tackle Cancer game. It is going to be a fantastic night! Join TCO and Training HAUS for a tailgate party outside Lightning Stadium 90 minutes before kickoff.  (5:30 p.m.) All parents, students, faculty and alumni are encouraged to attend.

There will be FREE burgers and brats, Fun prizes, and a chance to meet your Eastview TCO sideline team.  Donations to Tackle Cancer will be accepted. Also, pick up your football on a stick for just $2.00 so you can be part of the moment of silence honoring and remembering those who have battled cancer. 

 

LIGHTNING CAFE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

New to Eastview?  Are you looking for a fun and easy way to get involved in your student’s school community? Better yet, grab a friend and have twice the fun! The Lightning Café is in need of volunteers to work two to four afternoons a month from 1:00 to 3:00PM.  The café is a snack bar that meets the needs of Eastview students participating in sports and other after school activities.  The Lightning Café is the sole fundraising vehicle for our PAK (Parents Are Key) organization, which promotes activities that support our students and staff throughout the year.  This is a great opportunity to connect with Eastview students in a fun and rewarding environment!  Please contact Jessica Sahota at jsahota@charter.net to volunteer.

 

FREE/REDUCED LUNCH APPLICATIONS

The District 196 Food and Nutrition Services Department supports academic achievement by providing students with nutritious meals and exceptional customer service.

Any student who is approved for free or reduced-price school meals will receive breakfast and lunch at no charge. A new application must be submitted each year, unless you already received a letter from District 196 indicating that all of your child(ren) have been approved for the current school year. 

The online application to apply for free and reduced school meal benefits is available online.

District 196 School Meals

 

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

(NEW) BOYS VOLLEYBALL OPEN GYM

Boys volleyball open gyms will begin this Sunday at 6:30 pm in the South Gym.  No experience necessary!  Stop in to give it a try and learn more about the game and the sport before the spring season rolls around! Enter through the west doors near the locker room…see you Sunday!

 

EVHS MARCHING BAND FESTIVAL/PARKING

The Eastview Marching Band Festival is Saturday, September 7th.  Eastview will be hosting 16 other bands for the competition.  Doors open in the stadium for spectators at approximately 4:00 p.m.  Tickets are $10.00 for Adults, $6.00 for Seniors and Students, and children under 5 are free.  The Eastview Marching Band asks that you please remove all vehicles from the North Lot by no later than 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 7th, as dozens of buses and trailers will be arriving to park in the North Lot.  

 

TACKLE CANCER WEEK EVENTS

TONIGHT, September 6, the Eastview Lightning Football Team will take on the Burnsville Blaze in our annual Tackle Cancer game. It is going to be a fantastic night! Join TCO and Training HAUS for a tailgate party outside Lightning Stadium 90 minutes before kickoff.  (5:30 p.m.) All parents, students, faculty and alumni are encouraged to attend.

There will be FREE burgers and brats, Fun prizes, and a chance to meet your Eastview TCO sideline team.  Donations to Tackle Cancer will be accepted. Also, pick up your football on a stick for just $2.00 so you can be part of the moment of silence honoring and remembering those who have battled cancer. 

 

PSEO PARKING PERMITS

All part-time Post Secondary Enrollment Option students can purchase a fall parking pass in the main office.  

 

FALL SEMESTER PARKING PERMITS

All students who purchased a fall parking permit should pick it up during lunch on Tuesday and Wednesday.  

 

GIRLS TENNIS T-SHIRTS FOR SALE

Attention Eastview Girls Tennis Fans!  The Eastview Tennis Team is selling fan shirt for $15.  To order, either see your favorite Eastview tennis player, or print off the order form and drop it off in the main office.

Girls Tennis T-Shirts

 

SENIOR IDS AVAILABLE FOR PICKUP

Attention, Seniors: you can pick up your EVHS senior ID cards at the West Entrance Doors during school hours.  On Tuesday, September 10th, they will be available for pickup at all lunch periods.

 

WEIGHT ROOM / SUPER GROUP

The weight room will not be open for athletes outside of Fall sport activities the first week of school Tuesday, 9/3 through Friday 9/6.

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.

 

EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL KIDS CHEER CLINIC

Saturday September 14, 2019 11:00-2:00 pm

Register and pay online.

Cheer Clinic Registration

Location:        Eastview High School 6200 140th St. West, Apple Valley, MN 55124

Check-In:        10:30 am, Lower Level West Entrance - Door 1

Time:              11:00 - 2:00 pm. Special performance for parents at 1:45!

Participants: Girls and boys kindergarten through 6th graders

What:              Cheer, sidelines, jumps, stunt demonstrations, dance and performance

Cost:               $45  - includes cheer shirt, PIZZA and a special award!

No shirt guarantee for registrations received after September 7, 2019

Walk-in registrations accepted with no guarantee on space nor shirt.

Email: eastviewcheerteam@gmail.com Website: http://evhscheer.gear.host/

 

  

COLLEGE AND SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

(NEW) ATTENTION, PARENTS OF SENIORS

A Senior College Planning Perspectives on Parenting session for parents will be held on Monday, September 16th at 6:30 pm in the EVHS Learning Commons.  This parent presentation will include important topics related to the college application and admission process, sending materials and transcripts, and timeline for senior year.  This information will be covered in senior small groups for students the week of September 16th.  We look forward to seeing you there!

 

(NEW) 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.

9/13/2019

   8:25am

University of Wisconsin-River Falls

9/16/2019

   9:20am

Viterbo University

9/16/2019

   1:35pm

St. Catherine University - Saint Paul

9/17/2019

   9:20am

University of Wisconsin-Stout

9/17/2019

   12:40pm    

Luther College

9/17/2019

   12:40pm

Boston College

9/18/2019

   12:40pm

North Dakota State University-Main Campus

9/18/2019

   1:35pm

University of Kansas

9/18/2019

   11:10am

United States Navy

9/19/2019

   9:20am

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

9/19/2019

   12:40pm

The University of Chicago

9/19/2019

   11:10am

Minnesota Army National Guard

9/20/2019

   12:40pm

Mount Holyoke College

9/23/2019

   8:25am

Boston University

9/23/2019

   1:35pm

Kenyon College

9/23/2019

   1:35pm

Coe College

9/24/2019

   7:30am

Case Western Reserve University

9/24/2019

   7:30am

Concordia College

9/24/2019

   8:25am

Johns Hopkins University

9/24/2019

   8:25am

Saint Johns University

9/24/2019

   9:20am

University of Missouri-Columbia

9/24/2019

   9:20am

University of Wisconsin-Superior

9/24/2019

   12:40pm

Iowa State University

9/25/2019

   9:20am

Michigan Technological University

9/26/2019

   9:20am

Colby College

9/26/2019

   9:20am

University of Minnesota Rochester

 

 

 

ATHLETICS

(NEW) BOYS CROSS COUNTRY – VARSITY 2ND, JV 3RD AT ROVN/BAUMAN INVITE

The boys cross country team competed well at yesterday’s Rovn/Bauman invite with a 3rd place JV finish and a 2nd place varsity finish.

In the JV race the Lightning looked strong. The trio of Ian Kenney (12th), Hunter Dunner (10th) and Grant Piller (11th) finished 1st, 3rd, and 8th respectively. The strength of the Lightning showed through over the penultimate k as the competition began to fade back as Kenney extended his lead, Dunne moved into 3rd, and Piller started picking his way up to 8th, all three holding their positions through the final k to help the Lightning finish in third place, missing the win by only 8 points.

Sophomore Max Leach had a roughly 1 minute PR to finish 4th for the team. Freshman Jack Hanson rounded out the top 5, leading a contingent of runners to PRs of roughly a minute. One of the biggest PRs of the day goes to freshman John Kronkvist with a 1:30 PR.

In the varsity race the Lightning were snake bitten when their top two runners were struck with bad luck in the race. Senior AJ Green was in his third consecutive battle with Chanhassan’s top runner when he was struck with the heat fading from 2nd place to finish 6th overall. Still a valiant effort. Junior Gabe Mahlen rolled his ankle in the 2nd mile to causing him to fall to 14th overall.. Morgenstern continued to battle moving into 10th place by the end of the race and running the second fastest time of his career. Juniors Sam Setterlund and Colby Rubischko finished 29th and 30th respectively. Sophomores Nate Getman and PJ Lasota finished 6th and 7th respectively in 17:42 and 17:44.

The Lightning are next in competition on Thursday, Sept 12th at the Rochester Mayo invite.

 

(NEW) EVHS GIRLS SWIM AND DIVE RESULTS

Thursday, 9.5.2019, the EVHS Girls Swim and Dive had their second win of the season against the Shakopee Sabers, 93 to 87 at Shakopee.  Next week is a big match up against Section Champs Eagan at Eagan.  Meet Starts at 6pm!

In Varsity Events, EV’s 200 Medley Relay team of Davids, Stephenson, Dougan and Lee took first: Team Wiegele, Nikolova, Heymans and Schwie took 3rd and Team Anderson, Mello, Vogen and Rohy took 5th.  In the 200 Free EV was 1, 2, 4 with Nord, Reilly and Gray.  The 200 IM had Dougan in 1st with Heymans 3rd and Vogen 4th.  Davids placed 1st in the 50 free followed by Lee and Bisek in 4th and 5th.  The 100 Fly had Nord finish 1st with Reilly and Stromberg in 3rd and 6th.  Stephenson took first in the 100 Free with Schwie and Black in 5th and 6th.  500 Free had 9th graders Vogen and Rohy in 1st and 2nd and Chakravarthi in 6th.  The 200 Free Relay of Dougan, Davids, Nikolova and Nord took 1st, Team Lee, Bisek, Grey and Schwie took 3rd and Team Mello, Sigel, Stromberg and Montgomery took 5th.  100 Back was Heymans in 2nd, Wiegele in 3rd and Anderson in 5th.  100 Breast was Nikolova in 1st, 4th and 5th were Mello and Senapati.  The last event, 400 Free Relay was a  1, 2, 3 sweep by Team Stephenson, Nord, Wiegele and Gray, Team Vogen, Rohy, Anderson and Deviley and Team Bisek, Stromberg, Black and Reilly. 

Varsity Diving had a great showing with Heim scoring big to get major points for the team and securing a 1st place, Choporov in 3rd and Wrase in 4th.   JV Diving also had a great night sweeping 1, 2, 3 with Bergh, Varela and Youngberg. 

In JV Events, EV’s 200 Medley Relay team of Sullivan, Chakravarthi, Dingman and Chandler took 1st, Team Joseph, Larson, Singh and Sachdeva took 3rd and Team Vinod, Kittlson, Nelson, Schwie took 4th.  In the 200 Free Deviley was 1st and Pederson was 4th.  In the 200 IM Mello was 1st and Bahma was 4th.  The 50 free was Sigel in 3rd, Dingman in 4th and Kittlson in 6th.  100 Fly had Deviley taking 1st.  100 Free had Chandler in 3rd and Vinod in 5th.  The 200 Free Relay team of Senapati, Pederson, Bahma and Vinod took 1st and Team Smith, Nelson, Joesph and Sachdeva took 2nd.  100 Back was 4, 5, 6 with Kittlson, Larson and Singh.  The 400 Free Relay teams took 1st and 4th with Team Sigel, Chakravarthi, Dingman and Swalve and team Sullivan, Pederson, Chandler, Larson.

 

(NEW) EVHS GIRLS SWIM AND DIVE NEWS

Last Thursday 8/29, the EVHS Girls Swim and Dive had their first meet of the season and secured a solid win against the Lakeville South Cougars.  The score was 96 to 82.  There was a new pool and school record achieved by high school senior Claudia Dougan with a 23.78 in the 50 yard freestyle. 

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS VARSITY TENNIS FALLS TO LAKEVILLE NORTH HIGH SCHOOL 4-3 

The Girls suffered their first conference defeat to an outstanding Lakeville North team.

 

(NEW) BOYS JV SOCCER DEFEATS PRIOR LAKE 

The Eastview boys JV soccer team had a strong showing at home on Thursday night against the Prior Lake Lakers. The Lightning were the first to score 10 minutes into the first half when defender Ryan Whalen’s free kick was tapped in by a Prior Lake defender. EV scored again when forward Cole Trinkle had a nice finish off a solid pass from mid-fielder Sean Harris (son of Neal Patrick Harris). This action put the Lightning ahead 2 to 0.

Within seconds of the end of the first half, the Lightning had to perform some quick acting in front of the net to keep their lead. Defender Max Hansen helped Sophmore goalie Samuel Dobkin keep the lead by jumping into the net for a couple of last second saves. The Lakers scored once, but the Lightning and Dobkin finished the first half with a 2 to 1 lead.

Eastview held on to its lead throughout the second half, with Junior Goalie Sam Perona keeping the Lakers scoreless in the second half. The Lightning earned their second straight victory with a 2 to 1 win and improved their record to 3-3-1 for the season to date. 

 

(NEW) EASTVIEW HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER BEAT PRIOR LAKE HIGH SCHOOL 4-0 

A fast Prior Lake team was unable to soccer on the Eastview Lightning. Great goal-keeping and solid teamwork produced the win!! 


 

IMPORTANT ATHLETIC TRAINING SERVICES INFORMATION FOR ATHLETES AND FAMILIES

If you are an athlete or parent/guardian of an athlete at Eastview please click on the link below for some very important information including available services, clinic locations, training room hours, concussion management, physician visit requirements and an introduction to the Eastview Sports Medicine Team.

Eastview/TCO Parent Letter 

 

ATHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB LEADER MEETING

The Annual All Sport Booster Club Meeting for All Athletic Booster Club Presidents and Treasurers for 2019-20 will be held on Sunday, September 15th at 7:00 p.m. at Eastview High School in C250.  If you are a President and/or Treasurer for your sport’s Booster Club please plan to join me that evening for some important information that is applicable to all booster clubs.  If you are unable to make it please send a substitute/alternate as we would love to see every Booster Club represented.  Thanks to all of our volunteers and hope to see many of you on the 15th!

 

DAKOTA UNITED HAWKS INFORMATION

The Dakota Hawks are an Adapted Athletics Team from District 196 that plays in the Minnesota State High School League sanctioned sports of Soccer (Fall), Floor Hockey (Winter) and Softball (Spring). Students are eligible to play from 7th-12th grade on any or all of these teams provided they have a qualifying need. In addition to the regular physical activity and healthy competition, this is a fantastic way for student-athletes to meet new friends! Parents tend to form a tight-knit, positive and supportive community as well while they enjoy the camaraderie of being a part of our successful program!

Please contact Brett Kosidowski - Dakota United Hawks Varsity Head Coach / RMS Physical Education for more information at: Brett.Kosidowski@district196.org 

 

 

ARTS & ACTIVITIES

FCCLA KICKOFF MEETING

FCCLA is having their kick off meeting in C139 on Tuesday September 10th at 7:00pm. Come and find out what all the fun is about…community service projects, STAR Events, State and National Conferences to attend, leadership building, food and friendship! If you are unable to come please see Ms. Battistone in C138 for more information. Come and join the fun!

 

EASTVIEW DEBATE

One of Eastview’s largest, most successful and most educational programs is our debate team.  I hope that all students consider joining our team this fall.  There are no tryouts or auditions, so this is a program that one can become involved with immediately.

1)      Our informational meetings are Tuesday, September 11, 2:35-3:15 PM in A300 and Wednesday, September 12, 7:10-7:25 AM in A300.  Students may attend either meeting.

2)        Debate is educationally powerful.  Check out the second and third pages to see  what some of our most successful alumni say about the team. 

3)         Debate is a great way to get connected to Eastview High School.  We always advise freshmen to get involved.  Our door is open. 

Feel free to talk to Mr. Hering any time (stop by room A308—my office—or e-mail me).

We look forward to growing our team this year and continuing our tradition of excellence.