Mary Eyre Elementary

Important Dates in October

posted Oct 3, 2017, 1:38 PM by Eyre Elementary   [ updated Oct 3, 2017, 1:41 PM ]

October Calendar


4             Early Release – 12:15 Dismissal

10           Incredible Years – Parenting Program 5-7PM

12           Jog-a-thon – Students run during PE times

13           In-Service – No School

17           Incredible Years – Parenting Program 5-7PM

               Picture Day

18           Volunteer Training 4:30 PM

24           Incredible Years – Parenting Program 5-7PM

27           Jog-a-thon Awards Assembly 


Calendario de Octubre

4             Salida temprano – 12:15 es la despidida  

10           Años Increíbles – Programa para padres de 5PM -7PM

12           Jog-a-thon – Niños corren durante educación física  

13           Día de adiestramiento – No hay clases

17           Años Increíbles – Programa para padres de 5PM -7PM

     Día de fotos

18           Entrenamiento para Voluntarios - 4:30PM

24           Años Increíbles – Programa para padres de 5PM -7PM

27           Asamblea de premios del Jog-a-thon 




Like Eyre on Facebook

posted Oct 3, 2017, 1:32 PM by Eyre Elementary   [ updated Oct 3, 2017, 1:40 PM ]

Eyre on Facebook

Eyre will be utilizing Facebook to share schedule changes, school closures, community events, and volunteer opportunities. Please be sure to Like and follow us on Facebook.

https://www.facebook.com/maryeyreeagles/


Mary Eyre en Facebook

Mary Eyre estará utilizando Facebook para compartir cambios a     los horarios escolares, cierres de escuela, eventos comunitarios, y oportunidades para nuestros voluntarios. Asegúrese de agregarnos y seguirnos en Facebook.


https://www.facebook.com/maryeyreeagles/ 

 


Important End of Day Procedures

posted Oct 3, 2017, 1:31 PM by Eyre Elementary   [ updated Oct 3, 2017, 1:39 PM ]

New End of Day Procedures

To ensure a safe and easy dismissal, we are asking parents and other family members picking up children to follow these guidelines.

Closed Campus – Our campus is closed from 3PM to 3:25 PM every day.  We are doing this to eliminate problems arising with middle school students disrupting classes and other young children playing on the equipment prior to the end of the school day. Our hope is that this will create a safe and stress-free pick up. At 3:25PM, we will allow everyone access to the school grounds. We are also asking that families parked in cars remain in the vehicle until 3:25 PM.

End of Day Check out – To keep the classroom disruptions to a minimum, we ask that parents needing children before our 3:30 PM dismissal, to pick children up prior to 3 PM.  We will be glad to make exceptions for doctor appointments and other true emergencies.  We may require proof of medical appointments if the pick-ups become excessive.

End of the Day Messages – Because the office and classrooms can be very busy at the end of the school day, we are asking parents with end of day messages to call us before 3 PM.  That will guarantee the messages are delivered correctly.  We cannot guarantee message delivery for calls after 3 PM. 


Nuevos procedimientos para el fin de día

Para asegurar la fácil y segura salida de su hijo, estamos pidiendo que los padres y otros familiares que vengan a recoger a los estudiantes siguán estos nuevos procedimientos.

Campus cerrado – Nuestro campus de la escuela estará cerrada de 3 PM a 3:25 PM cada día. Estamos haciendo esto para eliminar algunos problemas que han resultado con unos estudiantes de la secundaria interrumpiendo clases y usando el patio de recreo antes de que terminen las clases del día. Nuestro deseo es crear un ambiente seguro y libre de estrés durante la despedida. A las 3:25, abriremos para que tengan acceso a la escuela. Estamos pidiendo también que los que estén estacionados en frente permanezcan en sus vehículos hasta las 3:25 PM.

Salida antes de la despedida – Para minimizar las interrupciones a la instrucción, estamos pidiéndoles a los padres que necesitan recoger a sus hijos antes de las 3:30 PM que lo hagan antes de las 3 PM.  Por cierto, si hay excepciones para las citas de doctor u otra emergencia legítima.  Si las salidas se hacen excesivas podríamos pedir prueba de la cita.

Mensajes al fin de día – Ya que el fin de día es muy ocupado tanto en la oficina como en los salones, estamos pidiéndoles a los padres que llamen antes de las 3 PM con sus mensajes para el fin de día. Esto asegurara que su hijo reciba el mensaje. No podemos garantizar mensajes recibidos después de las 3 PM.



School Supplies / Utiles Escolares

posted Aug 9, 2017, 11:55 AM by Eyre Elementary   [ updated Aug 9, 2017, 12:04 PM ]

School Supply List is Here!
La versión en español sigue la versión en inglés.

There is a downloadable file at the end of this document.
Hay un archivo descargable al final de este document.


School Supply List

Kindergarten

1 Backpack

3 Box of 24 Crayons

2 Boxes of Tissues

24 Glue Sticks

12  #2 Pencils

1 Pair of Fiskar Scissors

2 Boxes of Colored Pencils

1 Box Markers

1 Box Zip Loc Bags, Sandwich Size

1 Box Zip Loc Bags, Gallon Size

1 1 Inch Binder

*Supplies will be community property

 

1st Grade

1 Backpack

2 Box of 24 Crayons

2 Boxes of Tissues

24 Glue Sticks

12  #2 Pencils

1 Pair of Fiskar Scissors

1 Box of Colored Markers

1 Box of Colored Pencils

1 Set Watercolor Paints

1-3-ring Binder, 1”

2 Erasers

1 Box Zip Loc Bags, Gallon Size

 

PE

Children need to have and wear lace or

velcro tennis shoes on PE days

 

2nd Grade

1 Backpack

1 Box of 24 Crayons

2 Boxes of Tissues

6 Glue Sticks

1-4 oz. Bottle White Glue

10 #2 Pencils

1 Pair of Fiskar Scissors

3 Pink Pearl Erasers

2-70 page Spiral Notebooks

1 Box Gallon Ziplock Bags

1 Box Zipper Sandwich Bags

 

3rd Grade

1 Backpack

1 Box of 24 Crayons

4 Boxes of Tissues

8 Glue Sticks

24 #2 Pencils (No Mech. Pencils)

1 Pair of Fiskar Scissors

1 Box of Colored Markers

1 Box of Colored Pencils

1 Set Watercolor Paints

6 Pink Pearl Erasers

1 Pencil Box

2 Pkg. Wide-ruled Paper

1 Box Zip Loc Bags, Sandwich Size

1 Box Zip Loc Bags, Gallon Size

*Supplies will be community property

 

 

4th Grade

1 Backpack

2 Boxes of Tissues

6 Glue Sticks

24 #2 Pencils (No Mech. Pencils)

1 Pair of Fiskar Scissors

1 Box of Colored Markers

1 Box of Colored Pencils

4 Pink Pearl Erasers

1 Pencil Pouch (No Boxes)

3 Pkg. Wide Ruled Paper

4 Spirals-Wide-ruled/70 sheets

1 Composition Book

1 Box Zip Loc Bags, Sandwich Size

1 Box Zip Loc Bags, Gallon Size

 

5th Grade

1 Backpack

2 Boxes of Tissues

4 Glue Sticks

2-4 oz. Bottle of White Glue

12 #2 Pencils

1 Pair of Large Fiskar Scissors

1 Box of Colored Pencils

1 Box Colored Markers

2 Pink Pearl Erasers

2 Spirals-Wide-ruled/70 sheets

1 Pencil Pouch (No boxes)

2 Pkg. Wide Ruled Paper

1 Box Zip Loc Bags, Sandwich Size

1 Pkg Headphone Ear Buds

2 Composition Books


Lista de útiles escolares

 

Kindergarten

1 Mochilla

3 Cajas de 24 crayones

2 Cajas de pañuelos estilo Kleenex

24 Pegamentos de barra

12  Lápices #2

1 Par de Tijeras marca Fiskar

2 Cajas de lápices de colores

1 Caja de Marcadores de colores

1 Caja de bolsas de Sándwich estilo Zipper

1 Caja de bolsas estilo Ziplock de Galón

1 Carpeta de 3 anillas de 1 pulgada

Los suministros serán propiedad de la comunidad

 

1º Grado

1 Mochilla

2 Cajas de 24 crayones

2 Cajas de pañuelos estilo Kleenex

24 Pegamentos de barra

12 Lápices #2

1 Par de Tijeras marca Fiskar

1 Caja de Marcadores de colores

1 Caja de lápices de colores

1 Set de Pinturas de acuarela

2 borradores

1 Caja de bolsas estilo Ziplock de Galón

 

Educación Física

Los niños necesitan usar tenis con cordones o de velcro los días que les toca educación física.  

 

2º Grado

1 Mochilla

1 Caja de 24 crayones

2 Cajas de pañuelos estilo Kleenex

6 Pegamentos de barra

1 Bote de pegamento marca Elmer 4 oz. (blanco)

10 Lápices #2

1 Par de Tijeras marca Fiskar

3 Borradores de la marca Pink Pearl

2 Cuadernos espirales de 70 páginas

1 Caja de bolsas estilo Ziplock de Galón

1 Caja de bolsas de Sándwich estilo Zipper

 

3º Grado

1 Mochilla

1 Caja de 24 crayones

4 Cajas de pañuelos estilo Kleenex

8 Pegamentos de barra

24 Lápices #2 (no Mecánicos)

1 Par de Tijeras marca Fiskar

1 Caja de Marcadores de colores

1 Caja de lápices de colores

1 Set de Pinturas de acuarela

6 Borradores de la marca Pink Pearl

1 Caja de lápices

2 Paquetes de hojas de renglón ancho

1 Caja de bolsas estilo Ziplock de Galón

1 Caja de bolsas de Sándwich estilo Zipper
Los suministros serán propiedad de la comunidad






4º Grado

1 Mochilla

2 Cajas de pañuelos estilo Kleenex

6 Pegamentos de barra

24 Lápices #2  (No mecánicos)

1 Par de Tijeras marca Fiskar

1 Caja de Marcadores de colores

1 Caja de lápices de colores

4 Borradores de la marca Pink Pearl

1 Cajita para lápices

3 Paquete hojas de renglón ancho

4 Cuadernos espiral de 70 páginas de renglón ancho

2 Cuaderno de Composición

1 Box Zip Loc Bags, Sandwich Size

1 Box Zip Loc Bags, Gallon Size





5º Grado

1 Mochilla

2 Cajas de pañuelos estilo Kleenex

4 Pegamentos de barra

2 Bote de pegamento marca Elmer 4 oz. (blanco)

12 Lápices #2

1 Par de Tijeras Fiskar grande

1 Caja de lápices de colores

1 Caja de Marcadores de colores

2 Borradores de la marca Pink Pearl

2 Cuadernos espiral de 70 páginas de renglón ancho

1 Bolsita para lápices  (No cajas)

2 Paquete de hojas de renglón ancho

1 Caja de bolsas de Sándwich estilo Zipper

1 Pkg Auriculares “Ear Buds”

2 Cuadernos de Composición



Important Bilingual Paperwork Needed

posted Jan 24, 2017, 11:11 AM by Eyre Elementary   [ updated Jan 24, 2017, 11:21 AM ]

Bilingual Parents

The State of Oregon will be visiting our school early this year to conduct a bilingual audit.  One of the documents that we are required to have in student cumulative folders is missing for some students. Next week, we will be sending paperwork home with children who are missing this paperwork in an envelope titled “Bilingual Information Needed” in your child’s backpack. Please sign and/or initial in the highlighted areas and return to the school office. For every form returned to the office, children will receive 5 Eagle Bucks  Yep, it’s that important!  

Fall Conference Tips

posted Nov 3, 2015, 1:48 PM by Eyre Elementary

Later this month, we will be asking parents to attend conferences with their child(ren).  This is an excellent opportunity to talk to the teacher about your child's progress and expectations you have for the school year.  This meeting is very important, and we take several steps to accommodate all families.  One way we do this is to schedule families that have several children attending our school in back-to-back meetings.  This makes it much easier for families with several students at Eyre to set aside this time.  If, after receiving your conference time slip, you find that time unworkable, please send the slip back to school quickly so that we can re-schedule your meeting at a better time.  If you are unable to make the appointment altogether, please call the school and arrange a phone meeting.  Conferences are very important for the educational success of your child.  Here are some conference tips from teachers and parents:

 

Before the conference try to:

Ÿ Talk with your child.  Ask what is going well in class and what he or she could be better. 

Ÿ Review your child’s homework to determine where academic strengths and possible weaknesses lie.

Ÿ Write down your questions and what you want to discuss with the teacher.

 

During the conference:

Ÿ Let the teacher know that you are eager to listen and that you would like some time for the teacher to listen to you.

Ÿ Take notes.  That will make it easier to remember the information later.

Ÿ Ask for specific advice on how you can help your child in each of the subjects he or she is taking.

 

We look forward to seeing you at parent-teacher conferences!

 

Remember that formal conferences are just one way to be involved in your child’s school success.  Volunteering in class, helping out at school events and making appointments to chat with the teacher throughout the year also are winning strategies. 

 

Important information about attendance

posted Oct 14, 2015, 2:02 PM by Eyre Elementary

Why Attendance is Very Important

School attendance opens the door to success, not only now but also for the future. The consequences for low attendance are serious for all children and also for the community. In addition to falling behind in academics, students who are not in school on a regular basis are more likely to get into trouble with the law and cause problems in their communities.

Studies that have tracked students from elementary school through high school found that drop out patterns were linked with poor attendance. The consequences of dropping out of high school are severe! Students that drop out are more likely to be unemployed. Those who do work earn a lot less than a high school or college graduate.

When children attend school, they build their academic knowledge and are more prepared for a career. They also learn important social skills they will use through-out their lives. At school, students also receive support around their emotional growth, which affects their mental health and well-being.      

                Students’ absence from school not only affect their own education but the education of others in the class. Our expectation for attendance is that students attend 100% of the time unless they are sick. Mary Eyre’s vision is graduation for all students. We are preparing students to be college and career ready. We need students to be at school to help prepare them for their future goals.

Let’s work together to help our students build success today, tomorrow, and in the future!

Information on getting to school safely

posted Sep 29, 2015, 1:25 PM by Eyre Elementary

Getting to School Safely

Parents, share these safety tips with your children.

Walking

Ø Do not cross the street alone if you are younger 

   than age 10.  Walk with others when possible.

Ø Never play in the road.

Ø Always try to walk on paths or sidewalks. If there

    are no sidewalks or paths, walk facing road traffic.

Ø Look both ways for danger before, and while,

    crossing the street.

Ø Walk, do not run.

Ø Dress in bright colors or wear reflective materials

    so drivers can easily see you.

 

Riding the Bus

Ø Always remain 10 steps away from the bus as it

    approaches and leaves the bus stop, to be out of

    the "Danger Zone". Make  sure the bus driver can

    see you.

Ø Always cross the street in front of the bus. Never

   cross behind the bus.

Ø Walk to the bus stop and stay on the sidewalk.

Ø Arrive at the bus stop about five minutes before

    the bus is scheduled to arrive.

Ø While at the bus stop, wait in a safe place away

    from the road. Do not run and play while waiting.

Ø Never speak to strangers at the bus stop, and

    never get into a car with a stranger. Always go

    straight home after school and check in. Tell your

    parents if a stranger tries to talk to you.

Ø When the bus arrives, watch for red flashing lights   

    & the stop sign to be extended before crossing the

    street. Cross only when all traffic has stopped.

    Look left, right, and left again  before crossing.

 

Driving

Ø Every person needs his or her own seat belt. Do not   

   let passengers ride in storage areas or on other

   people's laps. Always buckle up!

Ø Children should always ride in a back seat,  

    restrained in a car seat or safety belt.

Ø Infants should ride in rear-facing car seats until

    they weigh 20 lbs & are at least 1 year old.

Ø Children over 1 year old & weighing between 20

    & 40 lbs should ride in forward-facing car seats.

Ø Children over forty pounds should use booster

   seats restrained with a lap & shoulder belt until

   they are 4'9" tall. A regular safety belt won't

   fully protect a child this size in a crash.

Ø All children & adults weighing over 80 lbs should

    use an adult safety belt. It’s the law.

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