Google Translate Disclaimer






Welcome!

From the Eagle's Nest

NO SCHOOL MONDAY, MAY 30

We hope EV families have a good weekend, and we look forward to seeing the students on Tuesday, May 31!

BOOK YOUR SUMMER

Book Your Summer is an FCPS summer reading incentive program for all students entering grades one through twelve.  Similar to a Bingo game,  students are encouraged to spend the summer reading using the READ! activity card as a guide. Students successfully participate if they achieve a “READ!” of their choice across the card in any row, column, or diagonal. Participants in each school will qualify for a chance to win school prizes: $50 in books of their choice or a laptop.  READ! cards will be distributed with your child’s report cards at the end of the school year.  More details will follow in the upcoming weeks.   

ORDER YOUR 2016-17 SCHOOL SUPPLY KITS NOW!

In cooperation with the Eagle View Elementary PTA, Campus Survival Kits has assembled a Kit of all the school supplies your child will need next year for one low price! 

  • Easy, one-step ordering: Your child’s Kit will be delivered to school in time for the “open house” before school begins
  • Get the exact brands desired by your child’s teacher: Schools cannot publish lists with specific brands, but our Kits include the exact supplies requested by each teacher
  • Avoid the back-to-school rush in August: Let us do the shopping for you!
  • Earn FREE school supplies for your school: The more students who order, the more FREE supplies your school will receive.
  • Detailed fliers coming home this week. ORDER ONLINE NOW

RISING 7TH GRADERS-GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTS

Sixth grade students planning to attend Lanier Middle School next year are invited to attend an information night about a trip next spring.  Please click on the link for a flyer with more information.  Thank you.

FOR RISING 7TH GRADERS PARENTS OR GUARDIANS

PARENT INFORMATION NIGHT:  INTERNET SAFETY

The topic of internet safety is a crucial one for parents.
EV parents are highly encouraged to attend an informative session that will address some challenges of the internet and how you can promote your children’s safety.

Topics:  Social networking sites, Technology Use and Trends, Smart Phone safety, Cyber bullying, online games, Online predators, sex trafficking etc.
Where: Library
Date: June 21st (Tuesday) 7-8 pm
Speaker: Rick Stegman
Education Spec Instructional Technology Integration
Fairfax County Public Schools

Please feel free to contact Parent Liaison, Kwangsuk Hutchinson.  703-322-3112, if you have any questions or need a language interpreter in Korean, Arabic or Spanish.  

SOL TESTING INFORMATION

The Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) tests are required of all students in Grades 3-8 across the state by the Virginia Department of Education.  SOL tests measure the extent to which students have learned the content and skills specified in the Virginia SOLs.  Content areas will be tested according to the schedule below.

3rd Grade

4th Grade

5th Grade

6th Grade

Reading

May 17 & 18

May 19 & 20

May 24 & 25

May 23

Math

June 3

May 26 & 27

May 31 & June 1

June 2

VA Studies

N/A

May 16

N/A

N/A

Science

N/A

N/A

May 16

N/A

 

ELECTRONIC DEVICE POLICY DURING SOL TESTING

VDOE and Fairfax County Public Schools have an electronic device policy which is to be followed during all SOL testing. To maintain test security, the possession of these devices (e.g., cell phones/mobile communication devices) in the testing room is prohibited. If a student is discovered with a prohibited electronic device while in a test environment, the student’s test will be stopped, the electronic device will be confiscated, and the student will be removed from the test environment. School administrators, consistent with the Acceptable Use Policy and Student Rights and Responsibilities, have authority to search the “item of personal belonging” (e.g., the cell phone or mobile device) if it is believed to contain evidence of a violation of school regulations (in this case, cheating). School administrators have the right to apply school-based consequences based upon their investigation of the situation. Please talk to your student about the electronic device policy and the serious consequences of violating it.

*CAT (Computer Adaptive Tests)

Computer adaptive testing provides a customized assessment for every student, based on how the student responds to the test questions. The computer selects questions that are neither too difficult nor too easy based on the content knowledge demonstrated by the student. A correct response leads to a more difficult question, while an incorrect response leads to the selection of a less difficult question. Student responses on a CAT are scored in the sequence in which they are presented; therefore, students are not able to skip questions or return to previous questions. Answers are stored as each question is completed and the computer selects subsequent items based on the student’s performance.

Grades 3, 6, 7, and 8 mathematics tests are the only SOL tests that VDOE will administer in a computer adaptive format this year. Other SOL tests that students take this year will be administered using the traditional format in which all students who take a particular version of the test respond to the same test questions.  Teachers and other instructional staff members in our school are working with students who will take the computer adaptive versions of mathematics tests this year to help them prepare for this new testing experience, including opportunities to practice taking this type of test before the spring 2016 SOL testing window begins.

Please follow Eagle View PTA on Twitter @eagleviewpta 

Prearranged Absence Form

Korean Translation

Eagle's Nest Archive