This year’s Spring FUNdraiser raffle winner will take home the lightest and most compact Mac notebook ever! Raffle packets will be distributed to student lockers next week. We hope that each EAGLE family will sell at least 12 tickets ($10 each or 3 for $25). Please watch for your packet and be ready to sell, sell, sell! (Please note that with your raffle packet, you will receive a “family bid number” to be used when bidding on items in the silent auction.)
Save the date and plan to engage your inner artist by joining other EAGLE families at this April EPO community-building event. On Sunday, April 19, from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, have fun with a glass fusing or paint-your-own pottery project at Fired Up Pottery in Monona; 30% of your purchase will come back to our school when you mention EAGLE. Fired Up Pottery is located at 4112 Monona Drive. More information will be provided in the coming weeks, but mark your calendars now!
This year our Spring Family FUNdraiser will take place on Friday, May 8, from 5:30 to 9:00 PM. Bring your family, friends, and neighbors! Plan to enjoy a scrumptious dinner from one of our generous food donors before partaking in the many exciting activities we have planned for your children. Don’t forget your checkbook, as you will surely want to bid on several of the fantastic silent auction items. Funds raised during this event will support EAGLE equipment and technology purchases, and scholarships.
Culver’s on Todd Drive has graciously offered to hold a fundraising night for our school from 5:00 to 8:00 on Monday, March 9. 10% of ALL sales will come back to EAGLE. Please mark your calendars and spread the word! This Culver’s location, owned by an EAGLE School board member, supports us in a number of ways, especially through the Hot Lunch program and our annual Ice Cream Social. Thank you, Susan!
On Wednesday, Feb. 18, gather with EAGLE friends and classmates over burritos, tacos, and guacamole, OR grab a carry-out after a busy evening of kid activities. Let Chipotle do the cooking (Shorewood location on University Ave.), and a full 50% of your purchase will come back to EAGLE. Details and a voucher to present for this fundraiser will be distributed closer to the date, but please plan to join us!
Our fifth annual EAGLE Family Movie Night is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 6, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. We will show two movies–one for the younger crowd (Nest – 3/4) and another for the older group. If you would like to volunteer to assist with set-up, serving, or clean-up, contact coordinators Andrea Mason (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dia Caulkins (email@example.com).
EAGLE EPO is proud to once again offer “KĒVA Night” on Saturday, Jan. 31, from 4:00 to 7:00 PM. At this fun event, a section of KĒVA is reserved just for EAGLE families. We will have our own indoor soccer field, a double-size gym for basketball and volleyball, and a bouncy castle for some good old-fashioned jumpin’ around. Admission is just $10 per family and includes pizza and cupcakes. Mark your calendars now and plan to join us at the end of the month. Also, if you’re willing to help with this event (e.g., supervise the soccer field or bouncy house for an hour), please email Jodie Johnson at EPO_VP@eagleschool.org.
Our annual EAGLE Box Tops Contest will begin on Wednesday, Jan. 21, and
run through Thursday, Feb. 26.
As in the past, we are generating a little friendly competition between homerooms by offering some fantastic prizes: First Prize – iTunes gift card ($10) for each member of the winning homeroom, Second Prize – free homework passes for students, Third Prize – a homeroom party (choice of pizza, ice cream, or donuts).
If you have any questions or would like to help with the contest, contact Dan Siehr at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The EPO is again sponsoring a toy drive for American Family Children’s Hospital’s Child Life Center. Donations will be going to kids who are in the hospital during the holidays. All donated items should be new and in their original packaging; items that can’t be cleaned easily (stuffed animals, anything with cloth) cannot be accepted. Examples of acceptable items include: building sets, craft kits, kid DVDs, infant and toddler toys, books, and gift cards (Target, Best Buy, etc.) for teens. The drive will begin on Monday, Dec. 8, and run through Friday, Dec. 19. Toys may be deposited in the bins in our two lobbies.
The EPO is looking for volunteers, two or three per shift, to wrap gifts for a great cause at Barnes & Noble West on Sunday, December 7, from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM. Help us provide free gift wrapping to customers as we collect donations for the Malala Fund (www.malala.org), an organization that aims to create a world where girls are empowered through quality education. Student volunteers, accompanied by a parent, are welcome to wrap gifts or direct customers to the wrapping station. Please click on the following link to volunteer for a two-hour shift:
Questions may be directed to coordinator Helen Lee at email@example.com.