Supply Fees

Dear Meadow View Families,

We are reaching out to remind families to please pay their school supply fee. If you have paid your supply fee, thank you! Also, if you would like to donate to sponsor a family, any donations are greatly appreciated.

As you know, schools supplies for all Meadow View students are purchased through the school. Our families pay $25.00 to provide supplies for every child. This practice is the same district-wide.

If you have not yet paid the supply fee for your child, there are several options available! Payment can be made by cash, check, credit card or debit card. All forms of payment can be taken at the Meadow View front office. You can also set up a payment plan and pay what you can, when you can.

If you would like to speak to someone about the supply fee, how to make a donation or a set up a payment plan please reach out to the Meadow View front office at 541-607-9700 or one of our counselors, Terry Foytek at 541-607-9700 ext. 2645 or Wendy Mollinary at 541-607-9700 ext. 2605. We are happy to help!

Thank you for your help and support!

Meadow View

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Half way through the year!

We are now officially half way through the year. We are in the process of ordering more supplies for children. If you haven’t yet done so, please pay the supply fee so that we have enough funds for student supplies for the rest of the year.

Best wishes,

Amy, Carly, Regan, Sarah

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Mid terms are coming right up!

Last day to make up work for midterms is this Friday, January 17. Please let us know if you have any questions/concerns.

Amy, Carly, Regan, Sarah

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Welcome Back and Happy New Year!

2020 is here and we are excited to get  back to work. Hopefully everyone had a restful and happy holiday break.

Best wishes,

Amy, Carly, Regan, Sarah

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Winter Break

We wish all of you a happy, healthy Winter Break and best wishes for the New Year!

Amy, Carly, Regan, Sarah

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6th Grade Conferences

Dear Middle School Families,

We are looking forward to conferences this week. Conferences are on Wednesday, December 4th and Thursday, December 5th. We are holding student-led conferences for grades 6-8. Students have prepared folders with work samples and information to share with you about each of their classes. During the conference, your child will share their portfolio of work. After reviewing your child’s report card, learning about classes and reviewing work samples, you and your child can choose to meet with individual teachers. You may decide that you want to meet with one teacher or multiple teachers within your 20 min time slot. The goal of student-led conferences is for students to take the lead on their learning and to share their strengths and areas for growth. We are very excited for this structured conference opportunity and to empower our students to invest in their learning.

Thank you for your continued support of your child and for collaborating with us to enhance their educational experience.

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End of First Trimester this Thursday, 11/22/2019

The end of the the first term is upon us! Parents, please check Home Access and encourage students to make up and turn in any late work before the end of the term. No work will be accepted after Thursday. The new term begins the following Monday, 11/25/2019.

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Salmon Watch!

Salmon Watch will take place on November 13th for Jessie’s and Waters’ home rooms and November 14th  for Campbell’s homeroom. This will be an all-day field trip. We will need parent volunteers for this trip. Please let us know if you are interested!

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Mid Terms Coming Up

Mid terms are right around the corner. Please check Home Access to ensure that your student has all assignments turned in. If not, students need to speak with the Content Area  (Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, etc.) teacher about how to make up work that is missing. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email us any time.

Amy, Carly, Regan, Sarah

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Curriculum Night!

Our 6-8 Curriculum Night is scheduled for Wednesday, September 25th from 6:00-7:00pm.

At 6-8 Curriculum Night, parents will walk through a shortened, mock schedule of their child’s day, learn about the curriculum covered in each class, grading, expectations and future learning. This is a great sneak peek into your child’s daily routine as they navigate middle school and prepare for high school and beyond.

Every Day Matters

Students with regular school attendance are more likely to succeed. Every day matters for every child. Everyone can help make this happen – schools, families and community members.

Attendance matters for students at all grade levels. Students who attend school regularly are more likely to read at grade level, and to build a strong foundation as they move from preschool and kindergarten to high school.

On the other hand, students who are chronically absent are at risk of falling behind. “Chronically absent” means a student is missing 10% of the school year. It doesn’t matter whether the absences are excused or unexcused. Each day represents lost time.

What does 10% look like? If your school district uses a five-day week, 18 days is considered chronically absent. If your district uses a four-day week, 14 days is considered chronically absent.

School districts are now tracking absences more closely. This is not to increase disciplinary actions – it is to identify students who may need increased support getting to school. Every day matters for every child.

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