Next Full Council Meeting

The Next MANDATORY 2016-2017 Full Council Meeting Will Be Held:

Wed. 2/22 @2:30pm in C232. Winterfest Publicity.

March: Council Meeting: Wed. 3/1 @ 7:05am and 2:30pm in C232 ; length 10-15 minutes.

April: Council Meeting: Wed. 4/5@ 7:05am and 2:30pm in C232 ; length 10-15 minutes.

May: Council Meeting: Wed. 4/26 @ 7:05am and 2:30pm in C232 ; length 10-15 minutes.

Homecoming Cup

Homecoming Cup

Homecoming Cup Winners

2016: Class of 2017 (12)
2015: Class 0f 2017 (11)
2014: Class of 2015 (12)
2013: Class of 2015 (11)

Cup 2013

Homecoming 2016

Homecoming 2016

Sept. 19-24

Theme: Eastview’s 20th Homecoming

Indoor & Outdoor Medallion: Daily Clues. Prize: $20.

Homecoming Cup/Service Project: Support for starting Eastview’s own weekend food-backpack program in partnership with the Sheridan Story.

9/19: Monday: College Day: wear college/university apparel; Homecoming Court Introduction Assembly.

9/20 Tuesday: Jersey/Sports Team Day: wear the apparel of your favorite sports team.

9/21 Wednesday: Twin Day: with a friend dress as identical twins.

9/22 Throwback Thursday: wear clothing from the past, emphasis on 1990s clothing.

9/23 Friday: Color Day, Pepfest Coronation, & Tailgate.

9/24 Saturday: Homecoming Dance from 8-11pm. Dance-Off at 9pm.

2016 Homecoming

2016 Homecoming

2015 Jr Royalty

2015 Jr Royalty

Homecoming 2015

Homecoming 2015

Theme: Lights, Camera, Homecoming

Ongoing: Homecoming Cup & Medallion Hunt

9/21 M: Minnesota Monday: Wear Your Favorite Minnesota Themed Shirts

Medallion Hunt Clue #1 (Indoor & Outdoor)

Court Introduction Breakfast in the Media Center at 7:30am

School-Wide Homecoming Court Introduction at 9am in the Main Gym

9/22 T: Tropical Tuesday: Hawaiian and Floral Print Clothes

Medallion Hunt Clue #2 (Indoor & Outdoor)

9/23 W: Wacky Wednesday: Mismatch Day, & Sandwich Service Project

Medallion Hunt Clue #3 (Indoor & Outdoor)

9/24 TR: Ties & Tiaras Thursday: Dress Your Best

Medallion Hunt Clue #4 (Indoor & Outdoor)

9/25 F: Dress-Up: Color Day (9=white; 10=gray; 11=blue; 12=black)

Photo Booth

Pepfest & Coronation

Tailgate Party on the Lightning Plaza

9/26 S: Homecoming Dance

Homecoming 2014

Homecoming 2014

2014 Homecoming

Theme: Another Day in Paradise: A Hawaiian Homecoming

Sept. 15-19

King: TBA at Dance – 9:30PM

Queen: TBA at Dance – 9:30PM

Ongoing: Eastview Cup (formerly Friendship Cup) more specifics on Monday during the Court Introduction

Monday, Sept. 15th:

Dress-up: College Day

Medallion Hunt Clue #1 (Indoor & Outdoor)

Court Introduction Breakfast in the Media Center at 7:30am

School-Wide Court Introduction at 9am in the Main Gym


Tuesday, Sept. 16th:

Dress-up: America/Country Day (wear red, white, & blue OR you favorite county’s colors)

Medallion Hunt Clue #2 (Indoor & Outdoor)

Varsity: Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, & Volleyball vs Shakopee

Wednesday, Sept. 17th:

Dress-up: Twin or Twins Day (wear Twins apparel or dress identical to a friend)

Medallion Hunt Clue #3 (Indoor & Outdoor)

Thursday, Sept. 18th:

Dress-Up: Hawaiian Shirt Day

Medallion Hunt Clue #4 (Indoor & Outdoor)

Varsity: Girls Tennis vs Eagan; Girls Swimming vs Prior Lake; Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, & Volleyball vs Rosemount

Friday, Sept. 19th:

Dress-Up: Color Day (9=white; 10=gray; 11=blue; 12=black)

Pepfest

Tailgate Party on the Lightning Plaza

Football Game at 7pm vs. Shakopee

Saturday, Sept. 20th:

Coronation Award Ceremony 9:30pm @ Dance

Homecoming Bash 8-11pm in the Commons

Homecoming 2013

2013 Homecoming Week Events

Theme: A Roaring Homecoming

Oct. 7-12

King & Queen: TBA @ Saturday Night Dance/Bash – 9:30pm

Ms. Moriah Huerta & Mr. Ighedosa Ogbeide

Monday, Oct. 7th:

Dress-up: College Day

Medallion Hunt Clue #1 (Indoor & Outdoor)

Court Breakfast in the Media Center at 7:30am

Court Introduction at 9am in the Main Gym

Tuesday, Oct. 8th:

Dress-up: 1970s & 1980s Day

Medallion Hunt Clue #2 (Indoor & Outdoor)

Wednesday, Oct. 9th:

Dress-up: Swag Day

Medallion Hunt Clue #3 (Indoor & Outdoor)

Thursday, Oct. 10th:

Color Day

Medallion Hunt Clue #4 (Indoor & Outdoor)

Pepfest

Friday, Oct. 11th:

Tailgate Party on the Lightning Plaza

Football Game at 7pm vs. Prior Lake

Saturday, Oct. 12th:

Homecoming Bash & Dance 8-11pm in the Commons

King & Queen Coronation 9:30pm

Sandwiches for the Homeless Service Project

Homecoming 2012

Homecoming 2012
Photo: T. Beach

2012 Homecoming

2012 Homecoming Week Events
Theme: A Night in Technicolor
Sept. 24-29

King: Dan Spika
Queen: Gretta Morrissey

Monday, Sept. 24th:
Dress-up: Neon/Tie-Dye Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #1 (Indoor & Outdoor)
Coronation Breakfast in the Media Center at 7:30am
Coronation at 9am in the Main Gym
Girls’ Soccer 7pm and T-Shirt Giveaway

Tuesday, Sept. 25th:
Dress-up: Ugly Sweater Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #2 (Indoor & Outdoor)
Girls’ Volleyball Fan Match w/Candy and T-Shirt Giveaway
Boys’ Soccer w/Candy and T-Shirt Giveaway
Yellow Ribbon Group
Golden Knights Jump w/Dr. Peterson

Wednesday, Sept. 26th:
Dress-up: Jersey Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #3 (Indoor & Outdoor)
Ultimate Tournament

Thursday, Sept. 27th:
Color Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #4 (Indoor & Outdoor)
Pepfest

Friday, Sept. 28th:
Tailgate Party on the Lightning Plaza
Football Game at 7pm vs. Jefferson

Saturday, Sept. 29th:
Homecoming Dance 8-11pm in the Commons

2011 Homecoming King & Queen

2011 Homecoming King & Queen
Photo: T. Beach

Homecoming 2011

2011 Homecoming Week Events
Theme: Wish Upon A Star
Sept. 19-23

Monday, Sept. 19th:
Dress-up: College Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #1 (Indoor & Outdoor)
Coronation Breakfast in the Media Center at 7:30am
Coronation at 9am in the Main Gym

Tuesday, Sept. 20th:
Dress-up: Harry Potter Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #2 (Indoor & Outdoor)
Girls’ Volleyball Fan Match w/Candy and T-Shirt Giveaway

Wednesday, Sept. 21st:
Dress-up: Jungle/Camo Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #3 (Indoor & Outdoor)

Thursday, Sept. 22nd:
Dress-up: Classy Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #4 (Indoor & Outdoor)
Boys’ Soccer 5pm vs. Lakeville North w/Candy and T-Shirt Giveaway
Girls’ Soccer 7pm vs. Lakeville North w/Candy and T-Shirt Giveaway
8:30 PM Super Fan Cheer Practice at Lightning Stadium

Friday, Sept. 23rd:
Color Day
Medallion Hunt Clue # 5 (Indoor & Outdoor)
Pepfest
Tailgate Party on the Lightning Plaza
Football Game at 7pm vs. Kennedy

Saturday, Sept. 24th:
Homecoming Dance 8-11pm in the Commons

2010-2011 Community Cup Winners

2010-2011 Community Cup Winners
Jordan Wipf, Nick Samsel, Dani Glad, & Idee Udo

Community Cup Challenges 2010-2011

Monthly Community Cup Challenges Below:

May Challenge (Final)

Must be completed by May 23, 2011

TWO OPTIONS (Indoors and outdoors; group must choose one)

1) State Capitol Art Treasure Hunt
Go on a self-guided scavenger hunt to discover 12 beautiful and important decorations in the State Capitol building. Each self-guided booklet includes a set of 12 gold stars that are placed next to the corresponding photographs when the item is discovered. At the end of the hunt, visitors are awarded a gold state seal, get Capitol architect Cass Gilbert's signature and become Junior Art Historians. The booklet is available at the Capitol's Information Desk.

Dates: May 7, 2011, May 8, 2011, May 14, 2011, May 15, 2011, May 21, 2011, & May 22, 2011.

Time: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday.

Fee: $2 per booklet.

Notes: To successfully complete you need to give Mr. Kelly one completed booklet, with gold state seal, and send a picture of your entire group at the capitol (photo should clearly show that you’re in St. Paul). See Mr. Kelly with any questions. Do not go alone. Tell your parents where you’re going (they may come along, too). Have fun!

Mr. Kelly’s email is john.kelly@district196.org

Web link for more info (may need to scroll down): http://events.mnhs.org/calendar/results.cfm?Weekend=1&CFID=24334211&CFTOKEN=47584800&bhcp=1


2) Geocaching at Lebanon Hills Park
What is geocaching? http://www.co.dakota.mn.us/LeisureRecreation/CountyParks/Activities/Geocaching.htm

Your group must find two caches. Each must be accompanied with a photo of 1) the cache 2) the log book, and 3) your group around the box in Lebanon Hills. When you return, send Mr. Kelly the photographs and the exact coordinates. DO NOT GO ALONE.

Mr. Kelly’s email is john.kelly@district196.org

Notes: you may rent a geocaching GPS device at the Lebanon Hills Visitor Center. You may also, depending on your model, use your car GPS or your mobile phone with a specific app. Wear pants, long sleeves, and shoes. DO NOT GO ALONE. Tell your parents where you are going (they may come, if they wish) and use your best judgment. Have Fun!

November Challenges (2)

November Community Cup Challenges (2):

1) Five gently used or new hats/mittens/gloves. Bring in a grocery bag to C232 and have Mr. Kelly check your team off for task completion.

2) ALL OUT Team Dress-Up to bring more publicity to the event. All team members need to be in on the theme. From school take picture and send it to Mr. Kelly: john.kelly@district196.org
Your entire team must see Mr. Kelly in C232 for team and task completion.

April Challenge (1)

April Challenge (1)

Community Cup Challenge: Hiawatha Light Rail Historic Statue & Marker Tour

Printable Directions: https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1aofNpx-Ndi1m06gAERzXUGV9gYEesKNGD8r-N0SV2Ec

Conditions and Tips:
1) Set aside at least three hours, but feel free to make an afternoon of the tour by having lunch along the way. Watch your time and do not let your train tickets expire.

2) Friends and family are welcome, but at least two group members must be present in the photo series to complete the challenge.

3) The tour should be taken during daylight hours and under no condition should it be undertaken alone.

4) Bring a camera and print this sheet as a guide. At each statue take a picture with at least one group member visible.

5) Put the photos in a PowerPoint and email them to Mr. Kelly by the last day of April. Mr. Kelly’s email: john.kelly@district196.org

6) The trip may be done in reverse order. 7) Have fun, be safe, and see Mr. Kelly with any questions or concerns.

March Challenges (2)

March Challenges (2)

1)
Cook a meal for your family. You must cook and clean the dishes! Plan ahead and inform your family. No ordering-out and KEEP IT SIMPLE. Bon app├ętit. Bring Mr. Kelly a signed note from a family member verifying your cooking skills. An email may be sent to john.kelly@district196.org
as verification as well.

2) Each member of each group must create or update an emergency kit for a car. If you already have one, make one for a friend. Include as many of the following in a coffee can or plastic box; a list of possible items can be viewed here: http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/safety/motorist/winterdriving/survival-kit.htm
Take a picture and send it to Mr. Kelly along with the name of the recipient, with contact info. I will randomly check to see if in fact you did make an emergency kit. See Mr. Kelly with any questions in C232. Mr. Kelly’s email is john.kelly@district196.org

February Challenges (2)

February Challenges (2)

1) Valentines for Children’s Hospital (afterschool on 2/9 in C232), or write a letter to an adult that has influenced you in a positive way. Send Mr. Kelly the name of the recipient at john.kelly@district196.org

2) Each group must donate a gently used children’s book per group member. For example, 5 members = 5 books. Bring books to Mr. Kelly in C232.

January Challenges (2)

January Challenges (2)

1)
Each team must bring in one package of store bought (sealed) cookies. Cookies will be donated to local firefighters and police officers. Cookies should be delivered to Mr. Kelly in C232.

2)Each team must volunteer in the community. Possibilities might be, but are not excluded to, Feed My Starving Children, local food shelves and shelters, places of worship, etc. Each team must have a volunteer supervisor sign a dated note of participation. All notes should be delivered to Mr. Kelly in C232.

December Challenges (3)

December Community Cup Challenges (3)

1)Bring in two nonperishable food items per team member for the Food Drive. Deliver to C232 and have Mr. Kelly to check your team off.

2) Shovel a neighbor’s driveway. Ask before and explain why you’re doing it for FREE. Do a nice job and get them to write a note confirming your decent actions. Deliver the note to Mr. Kelly in C232.

3) Two Options (A & B); must choose one:

A) Bring in a new toy to be donated to Toys For Tots. Deliver toy(s) to Mr. Kelly in C232.

B) Make an adult sized snowman. Have a team picture taken with your snowman and make sure that EASTVIEW gear is visible. Send Mr. Kelly the picture at john.kelly@district196.org

Community Cup

Community Cup

Prize: $1,000 ($500 to a charity of your team’s choice & $500 cash prize per team).

Register @ Lunch
1) $5 Per person with a maximum of five, minimum of three, individuals per team.

2) Eligibility: EVHS Student, Signed Release of Liability Waiver, Successful Completion of Each Month’s Challenges.

3) Grand Prize Will Be Announced at the All School Awards Ceremony in May.

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Winterfest 2011

Winterfest 2011

Winterfest 2011

Winterfest 2011

Throughout The Week:
Indoor and Outdoor Medallion Hunt Clues
Back To The 80’s Dance

Spirit Days:
M: College Sweatshirt Day
T: Hawaiian Shirt Day
W: Super Hero Day
TR: Neon Day
F: Color Day, Pepfest & Tug of War.
S: Back To The 80’s Winterfest Dance, 8-11pm

2010 Homecoming King & Queen

2010 Homecoming King & Queen
Photo: T. Beach

HOMECOMING 2010

Week of October 4-9

PUT OUT THE BLAZE

Homecoming Spirit Days
Monday: Coronation/Cowboy/Western Day
Tuesday: Mismatch/Crazy Socks Day
Wednesday: Tie-Dye Day
Thursday: Soccer & Volleyball Fan Activities/College Day
Friday: Pepfest/Tailgate/Color Day
Saturday: Homecoming Dance

Winterfest 2010 Feb. 22-27

Winterfest 2010

Throughout The Week:
Haiti Red Cross Fundraiser
Parking Spot Raffle
Medallion Hunt Clues
LEAP Awareness


Dress-up Days/Activities
M: Decades Day
T: Ugly Sweater Day
W: Glitter/Sparkly Clothing Day, Intramural Basketball Championships and All-Star Game
TR: Pirate/Ninja Day
F: Color Day, Pepfest, Dodgeball Championship, Tug of War, Haiti Raffle Parking Spot Winner.
S: Black and White Winterfest Dance, 8-11pm

Homecoming Pepfest 2009

Homecoming Pepfest 2009
Photo: T. Beach

2009 Holiday Food Drive

Goal: 10,000 Holiday Dollars (lbs. of food + cash donations)

Total: 10,323 Holiday Dollars!

EVHS staff and students donated over 6000 pounds of food and over $4000 in checks and cash to the Dakota County Food Shelf in Rosemount.

Thank you for all of your leadership in making the Food Drive a great success!

Feed My Starving Children/Cookies For Courage

10/13/09: 16,416 meals made (90 min./40 council members).

10/14/09: 58 packages of cookies for local police officers and firefighters.

3/31/10: 16,416 meals.

2009 Homecoming King & Queen

2009 Homecoming King & Queen
Photo: T. Beach

2009 Homecoming

THEME: Rev Up
September 20-26

Monday, Sept. 21st:
Dress-up: PJ Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #1
Coronation Breakfast in the Media Center at 7:30am
Coronation at 9am in the Main Gym
Outdoor Movie at 7:30pm “Cars” (PG)

Tuesday, Sept. 22nd:
Dress-up: Neon Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #2

Wednesday, Sept. 23rd:
Dress-up: College Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #3

Thursday, Sept. 24th:
Dress-up: Animal Print Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #4
Girls’ Soccer 5pm vs. Jefferson w/Candy and T-Shirt Giveaway
Boys’ Soccer 7pm vs. Jefferson w/Candy and T-Shirt Giveaway
Girls’ Volleyball 7pm vs. Jefferson w/Candy and T-Shirt Giveaway

Friday, Sept. 25th:
Color Day
Medallion Hunt Clue # 5
Pepfest
Tailgate Party
Sideline Sofa
Football Game at 7pm vs. Kennedy

Saturday, Sept. 26th:
Homecoming Dance 8-11pm in the Commons

2009 Winterfest Week

Winterfest Week 2009

Monday, February 2
1) THEME: Football or College Apparel Day
2) Medallion Clues Released
3) Jazz Showcase 7:00pm
4) Adaptive Hockey PI, 6:30
5) Adaptive Hockey CI, 6:30

Tuesday, February 3
1) THEME: Crazy Hair/PJ Day
2) Girls Basketball Game, 7:15
3) Boys Hockey, 7:15
Lunch: Matchmaker Questionnaire & Dance Tickets on Sale

Wednesday, February 4
1) THEME: Hippie Day
Lunch: Matchmaker Questionnaire & Dance Tickets on Sale

Thursday, February 5
1) THEME: Neon/Celebrity Day
Lunch: Matchmaker Questionnaire & Dance Tickets on Sale

Friday, February 6
1) THEME: Color Day
2) PM Pep Fest
3) Boys Swim/Dive, 6:00
4) Girls Basketball, 6:00: Halftime Half Court Shot Raffle
5) Boys Basketball, 8:00: Halftime Half Court Shot Raffle
Lunch: Matchmaker Questionnaire & Dance Tickets on Sale

Saturday, February 7
1) School Dance 8-11 PM - THEME: Cupid’s Ball: Semi-formal – wear red, pink, or white
2) Girls Hockey, 7:15

Sunday, February 8
Dodgeball Tournament sponsored by the National Honor Society, 6:45pm Main Gym

PENNY CHALLENGE

Benefits Toys for Tots

2006: $2,150.00
2007: $1,700.00
2008: $1,300.00

Total: $5,150



2008 Homecoming Events

Time of Your Life
September 20-27

Saturday, Sept. 20th:
“Get Up And Go” Eastview Community Foundation Event

Monday, Sept. 22nd:
Super Hero Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #1
Coronation Breakfast in the Media Center at 7:30 am
Coronation at 9 am in the Main Gym
Outdoor Movie at 7:30 pm “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” (PG-13)

Tuesday, Sept. 22nd:
Neon/Tie Dyed Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #2
Volleyball Fan Match at 7 pm vs. Lakeville North
Soccer Sh’Bang at 5 pm (girls) and 7 pm (boys) vs. Lakeville North

Wednesday, Sept. 23rd:
PJ Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #3

Thursday, Sept. 24th:
College Day
Medallion Hunt Clue #4

Friday, Sept. 25th:
Color Day
Medallion Hunt Clue # 5
Pepfest
Tailgate Party
Football Game at 7 pm vs. Lakeville South

Saturday, Sept. 26th:
Homecoming Dance 8-11 pm in the Commons