Wishing you a Happy Holiday from the Eagleview Staff!  We will see our students back on January 9, 2019.




A huge thank you for your kindness and generosity in support of our 2nd Annual Branching out With Hope Holiday Drive. It was a huge success in supporting and brightening the holiday season for many families. Wishing you all a fun and safe holiday season.


Your EMS Counseling Team,   Jerry Noel, Sandi Brubaker & Kim Peters




Please check the Lost and Found, located in the downstairs atrium, for your missing jackets, water bottles, lunch boxes, etc.  Clothing items will only be donated to a charity the week of January 7, 2019




Schedules for 3rd Quarter/2nd Semester will be available in Infinite Campus on Tuesday, January 8, 2019, 4:00 p.m.  Students will need to check, and print, their schedules prior to returning to school on Wednesday, January 9.  Those who do not have access to a printer may view their schedules on their device, or print it in the LMTC.  


Report Cards will be available in the student and parent portals in Infinite Campus on Tuesday, January 8, 2019 after 3:30 pm




Come join Winter Workout Club during 3rd Quarter to stay in shape during the cold Colorado winter months. This club will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays every week starting January 15, 3:40 to 4:30 p.m. Students will learn a variety of cardio exercises and body-strength exercises and participate in a workout session to help them meet their personal fitness goals. Whether you are trying to get into better shape or are adding this club to your current exercise routine, this is a great way to improve your overall physical abilities. This is also a great opportunity for students to get into better shape for the upcoming spring sports season.


There is no charge for this club and it is open to all Eagleview students. However, for safety and space availability, there is a maximum number of students that can join the club. All forms and permission slips need to be turned into Mr. Hampton in room 341 by January 11. Students can get forms and additional information from Mr. Hampton or in the Student Office. If you have any questions please

contact Mr. Hampton at christopher.hampton@asd20.org.




In partnership with our Parent Partners organization we will be hosting three showings of the film Screenagers in January 2019. Screenagers is a documentary film that many of our parents and guardians will be able to relate to.  It examines how teens interact with each other using electronic devices.  Additionally, the film addresses whether parents can – or should – try to limit or control their children's communication.   


There will be a showings as follows:

  • 8th Grade Parents on Monday, January 28 at 5:30 in the Cafe 
  • 7th Grade Parents on Tuesday, January 29 at 5:30 in the Cafe
  • 6th Grade Parents on Wednesday, January 30, at 5:30 p.m. in the Cafe


Each showing will be followed immediately by a panel discussion in which professionals and parents will share various perspectives on themes associated with the use of technology.  Parents will leave the showing with resources to facilitate meaningful discussions with their children.   


Students will watch the film with their grade level on the day after the parents' showings. 


There will be a showings as follows during the school day:

  • 8th grade on January 29
  • 7th grade on January 30
  • 6th grade on January 31 


We are very excited that our Parent Partners made this opportunity available to our community and look forward to welcoming you all to the film and discussions in late January.




Schedules will be changing for 2nd semester at Eagleview MS. The Learning Extensions time, which every student has scheduled Tuesday through Friday on A and B days, is an individualized class time during which your students will receive instruction based on their specific needs. Through the multi-tiered system (or MTSS) process, a team of educators discusses the placement of every Eagleview student during this time. That team consists of the MTSS coordinator, Reading and Math Intervention Teachers, Resource Teachers, teacher-coaches, our TAG Teacher, Counselors, Administrators and of course your student's Team Teachers. They collaborate to identify what level of support each student needs and in which areas. While some students receive reading or math support, others may explore unique extension possibilities in math, science or social studies. In order to ensure that your child is receiving the appropriate targeted support during this period, they may be placed in a Lab class across academic teams. Doing this allows us to be more specific and intentional with instruction during the Learning Extensions (LAB) period.


Please know that these placements can be somewhat fluid in nature, if a student shows a need for more or less support in a given area, the team may look at shifting that student into an appropriate section to address that need. If such a change were to take place, we would be sure to reach out to parents and guardians to let you know ahead of time. Students that are in programs such as Teen Leadership and 7th and 8th grade AVID will remain in those programs during Learning Extensions (LAB). If those students show a need for a reading or math intervention, it would come during an Exploratory period. If you have any questions about this process, please do not hesitate to contact your grade level administrator.



Art Making Opportunities

The District Green Team is sponsoring the Fifth Annual Earth Day/Month Poster Contest.  Students who win first place will have their posters distributed district-wide for the month of April.  The poster size must be 12" x 18".  Artwork must be the work of the student only and can be in any format.  Awards will be given at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. 

Student awards are:

First Place $200 gift card,

Second Place $100 gift card

Third Place $50 gift card


Additionally the art departments with winning students will receive the following amounts transferred to their accounts:

First Place $500,

Second Place $300

Third place $200 


All poster entries must be sent to the Facilities Office by 4:00 pm on March 1, 2019. *TURN YOUR POSTER AND AGREEMENT FORM IN TO Ms. Scott or Mrs. Meade by February 21. We are happy to provide paper for this, please come by to get a piece.  Please see attachments for Poster Guidelines and Agreement Form.


Bring Your Own Artwork for Display

Every year, Ms. Scott does a student artwork display at the beginning of 2nd Semester. Students are encouraged to bring in artwork they have created outside of her classroom. This is open to all media and sizes. Ms. Scott asks that artwork have the artist's name legibly written on the back of the artwork, if possible. She also needs a post-it turned in with the artwork that states the student's first and last name and the title of the artwork. Entries are due by Monday, January 21 to Ms. Scott.




Dec. 21       End 1st Semester

Dec. 21       No After School Activities

Dec. 23       Begin Winter Holiday Break

Jan. 7          Teacher Workday

Jan. 8           Teacher Professional Learning

Jan. 8          2nd Q Report Cards Available

Jan. 9          Students Return

Jan. 9-28     Choice Window – Tours Available during this timeframe

Jan.  28        8th Grade Parent Showing Screenager, 5:30-7:00

Jan. 29        7th Grade Parent Showing Screenager, 5:30-7:00

Jan.  30        6th Grade Parent Showing Screenager, 5:30-7:00