PTE is a parent teacher organization engaging in activities to support and enhance the educational environment of Eastview Middle School and build closer connections between school and home.

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October Notes to Home

Science Olympiad

The Science Olympiad needs parents to help after school. If you are a scientist or engineer or just LOVE science, the teachers and students need your help. Please contact Mr. Neal Ford, our Project Lead The Way teacher, at or our science teacher,

Fall Dance

The Halloween Party/Dance is Friday, October 30th from 6-8 PM. We could use 5-6 chaperons, as well as any snacks and pop anyone would be willing to donate. We have enough water. We really appreciate the generosity of the parents. Thank you so much for helping out Student Council! Please contact Vickie Mazzei at if you would like to chaperone.

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Parent / Teacher Conference Expo

Eastview’s yearly Parent / Teacher EXPO is on Thursday, October 22 from 5:30pm - 8:30pm and again on Friday, October 23rd from 8:30am - 10:30am. Parents are encouraged to visit and meet with their students teachers.

In an effort to see more parents, Eastview holds Parent/Teacher conferences in an Expo format. This means that no appointments are necessary, and that teachers will be in a central location where you can get in a line and meet with any and all of your child’s teachers.

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Let’s Honor our Veterans!

The PTE has motioned to donate to our school’s Veterans Day celebration. Our history and social studies teachers are planning small events on that day in honor of our veterans.

Students are invited to share photos of family members who have served in the military. Please bring a copy of a photo for display on our Veterans’ Wall by November 5th. (No originals, please — we cannot guarantee their return.)

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Eastview NO COOK Night!

Hungry before the Back to School Dance? Hungry after the dance? Just relax and let Pasta Mia do the cooking Friday, September 18th. Pasta Mia is donating 15% of your order total to the PTE. Dine in or carry out!

Just present this flyer when you dine in or pick up your order. This offer is valid from 11 AM to 10 PM on Friday.

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PBIS Recognition

The Midwest PBIS Network awarded 47 out of the district’s 53 schools with one of four levels of recognition, from bronze to platinum, based on each school’s level of implementation practices and outcomes. Larkin is also one of three schools, along with Bartlett High School and Eastview Middle School, to earn first-time recognition this year through the organization.

PBIS stands for “Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports.”

PBIS really works and its one of the reasons we’ve been able to reduce suspensions and expulsions in our schools,” said Tony Sanders, Chief Executive Officer at U-46. “We applaud our staff, students and families for their dedication to this more comprehensive and holistic approach to improving school culture and safety so that we can better focus on teaching and learning.”

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