Today Eastman Eagles had a special visitor during the day. Our PTA members were elves and surprised our Eastman Eagles with a present delivered by SANTA!
Spelling Bee Contest
Third Annual Spelling Bee Contest! Top 20 students will compete in final round during the week of April 4th.
EAGLES CAUGHT BEING GOOD
Teaching for understanding: Organizing for collaborative work.
Eastman Avenue Elementary School will achieve proficiency as measured in Language Arts and Math assessments based on CCSS. Students will achieve proficiency through a rigorous instructional program that employs the intended curriculum in all instructional areas.
Our Eastman Eagles get CAUGHT BEING GOOD every Friday. Students are recognized in several areas to support positive behavior. Students are encouraged to walk nicely in the hallways, using inside voices, cleaning up after themselves, being good sports, solving their own problems, giving personal space, following directions, being polite, participating and keeping hands to themselves. At Eastman we believe that students should be rewarded for BEING SAFE, BEING RESPECTFUL and BEING RESPONSIBLE. As an incentives students receive public recognition and get a small gift for their hard work. Here are some students who were caught being good today!
We would like to invite our Eastman Families to share the wonderful things that are happening in your home by completing the SHOUT OUT form and returning it to the main office to be read during the morning announcements. You can also email the shout out to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nos gustaria invitar a todas las Familias de Eastman a compartir los eventos o celebraciones que suceden en su hogar. Llene la forma de reconocimiento y regresa la informacion a la escuela. El reconocimiento se compartira durante los anuncios de la manana con toda la escuela. Puede mandar la forma de reconocimiento por correo electronico a email@example.com
School-Wide Discipline Behavior Support-Family and Community Collaboration
Ms. Armas, Principal
Mrs. Naulls, Assistant Principal