Our Eastmont PTSA is carrying out its annual fundraiser between now and November 8. No, we're not asking students this year to go and sell anything. This is a "no-fuss fundraiser." All you have to do is fill out the attached form (or the printed form sent home with students last Monday,) and bring it back into the office with your donation. These funds make it possible for PTSA to carry out activities to benefit students and teachers, such as the School Musical, Red Ribbon Week, Reality Town, Reflections, Student Board activities, Teacher Appreciation, and Teacher Grants to purchase needed items for the school.
Donations of $30 or more qualify you for a free Eastmont T-shirt. Donations are being tallied by team. The team bringing in the most will win a party, if we reach our overall fundraising goal of $4000 or more, to meet expenses this year. So far, Stars (one of our 7th grade teams) is in the lead, with Stripes (our other 7th grade team) not far behind. If you're not sure what your team is, click here for more information. Help your team win a party, and help your school carry on important activities and programs. Please participate in this no-fuss fundraiser, and support our school!
Congratulations to Eastmont student athletes who ended up No.1 in both the girls and boys divisions at the fifth-annual Canyons District Intramural Cross Country Race. The event was Saturday at Eastmont Middle. Students from all CSD middle schools vied for trophies and medals. Congratulations to all the team and individual winners.
Dear Parents of Eighth-Grade Students,
Canyons School District has developed an academic plan to ensure all students have the skills they need to be successful in college and careers.
This month, all eighth-graders will take the ACT EXPLORE exam. EXPLORE is paid for by a state grant, and developed by an ACT college-entrance test research team. EXPLORE measures student knowledge in English, reading, math and science. Results can tell us about a student’ progress toward career- and college-readiness, and help students choose the high school classes that will best prepare them to achieve these goals.
Please watch the following how-to guide to help students with the Reflections Project contest.