Eastvalley students have currently earned 13,115 Eastvalley Reading Club points toward our 30,000 point goal. Fourth Graders have earned the most points with 4,065 points. Our Fifth Grade students have earned 3,546 points. Our Third Graders came in third place with 2,428 points.
Eastvalley has six outstanding students that have earned their Newberry Award.: Magaret B. in Mrs. Cordova’s Fifth Grade Class, Max B. in Ms. Branham’s Fifth Grade Class, Drew W. in Ms. Branham’s Fifth Grade Class, Farah A. in Mrs. Morgan's Fifth Grade Class, Maggie F. in Mrs. Kraeger's Fourth Grade Class and Katie Rose S. in Mrs. Cordova's Fifth Grade Class. Congratulations! Eastvalley has 34 students working on achieving this goal.
It would be surprising if you haven’t heard it before but it needs to be said again: Eastvalley’s volunteers are awesome! The volunteers make a huge impact on the success of our book fairs. The Media Center Staff would like to extend their gratitude for all of the volunteers’ assistance. Thank you so much!
Eastvalley’s Fall Book Fair sales were over $11, 278.00, which averages over $17.00 per student. Eastvalley receives approximately 46% of the total sales in product/money. The media center has already received new books and Accelerated Reading tests from the book fair profit. We appreciate your support!
Eastvalley offered an online book fair for the first time this year and we were very pleased with the results! Eastvalley received wonderful feedback and we will hope to offer many more online book fairs in the future.
The Eastvalley Media Staff would like to extend a huge thank you to the following students and their families: Phoebe Antoniades, Drew Antoniades, Mattie Fannin, Rachel Larsen, Benjamin Sollicito, and Mattie Zimmerman. Through the generous donations from these families, sixteen new books were purchased for the media center. Your gifts of dedicated books are very much appreciated and will be enjoyed by many students for years to come! Are you looking for a great gift giving idea? How about dedicating a book to Eastvalley’s Media Center? You could dedicate a book to honor a special grandparent, family member or friend. You could take a picture of your child with the dedicated book. Then wrap up the picture as a gift to that special person. In doing so you would be instilling the love of reading and leaving a wonderful legacy! If you would like to dedicate a book to Eastvalley’s Media Center, just make a $10.00 donation to the media center and fill out a Dedicate-A-Book form. The form may be found on the Eastvalley Media Center’s blog. Just click on the hyperlink,”Dedicate-A-Book to Print”, on the right hand side. When the form pops up, right click on the form in order to print it.
Eastvalley would like to congratulate our first three winners of the "Cluck and Moo" Award for school year 2011-2012. They are: Riddhima N.in Mrs. Evans Kindergarten Class, Lamar S. in Mrs. Shapiro's First Grade Class, and Shreya J. in Mrs. O'Meara's First Grade Class. In order to win the "Cluck and Moo" Award, Kindergarteners need to pass five "Cluck and Moo" tests, First Graders need to pass ten "Cluck and Moo" tests, and Second Graders need to pass fifteen tests. We are very proud of our readers and thankful for Super Chicken's encouragement!