The Eagle’s View (Week of March 9)

Planning Ahead

March 7Garden Work Party 10:00 am
March 11 - 13NO SCHOOL - Conferences
March 20Spirit Day - Favorite Book Character
March 23 - 27NO SCHOOL - Spring Break
April 2Family Science Night 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
April 13 - May 120-21 Kindergarten Registration
April 13 - May 1Corvallis School District Resident Transfer Window
April 1520-21 Kindergarten Information Night 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
April 24SPIRIT DAY - Career Day
May - Date TBDNon-Resident Transfer Window

March Lifeskill Focus: Flexibility

Sock Hop/Silent Auction TONIGHT!!!

Friday March 6 from 6-8pm is our Sock Hop & Silent Auction. Come bid on one of many items, experiences and services. Raffle tickets will continue be sold, and someone will win a $600 Treger! (Presence at the raffle is not required). Silent Auction takes cash, cards and check. 

Food for sale (cash only) at our 5th grade concessions includes pizza, root beer floats and more!

Join us for a hula hoop contest, limbo contest, games and dancing at the Sock Hop. Ask your student about the fun dances they have been learning all week!

Don’t miss all the fun, join Mt. View families and staff in our biggest event of the year.

Garden Work Party SATURDAY

Saturday March 7th at 10am is our Garden Work Party to help get the soil ready for planting. Did you know that Mt. View has donated 644 pounds of produce to Community Outreach over the past 4 years? Our garden is a fantastic resource and learning experience for the students, as well as a valuable contribution to our community. Thank you to Glen Canning for keeping our garden healthy and growing! Please consider volunteering to help on Saturday. 

Up To Date Information on COVID-19

https://www.csd509j.net/news/health-update-for-families/

Family Science Night

WHO: This event is for all Mt. View families – children must be accompanied by an adult. This fun and educational evening is coordinated by the PTA.

WHEN: Thursday, April 2 from 6:30 – 8:00 pm (open house format).

WHERE: Mt. View gym and cafeteria.

WHAT: Come join OSU Science and Engineering faculty and students, as they bring hands-on experiences and demonstrations for our students! At other events, they have made gel polymer beads, had Segway scooter riding, launched rockets, and had dry ice experiments. Come and see what they will bring this time!

These are just a few examples of many activites offered…more to come! Mark your calendars and don’t miss out! For more information contact Dawn Bladon at dmbladon@gmail.com or Cara Fritz at cara_fritz@yahoo.com.

Thank You

  • To the PTA and Mt. View families that provided lunch on Monday.  It was delicious and enjoyed by all staff!
  • To Buena Vista Arbor for donating bark for our EMC (Eagle Mileage Club) track!

March Tasting Tables Featuring Rutabaga!

At the March Tasting Table on March 5, students had the chance to try locally grown Rutabaga sticks with white bean hummus! Be sure to ask your child how they liked it.

Fun Rutabaga Facts:

  • Rutabaga is also known as yellow turnip, swede, and neep.
  • In Oregon, rutabaga is harvested twice in May-June and again in July-August.
  • Rutabagas are high in fiber, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and vitamin C.
  • Rutabagas can be used as a low-carb and low-calorie replacement for potatoes.
  • Forest Grove, Oregon has been Rutabaga Capital of the World since 1951!

If you have questions about the Corvallis Farm to School program, please contact Jessica Worden (Jessica@CorvallisEnvironmentalCenter.org), Farm to School Coordinator.

Community Flyers

Community Flyers are now shared on the Corvallis School District website!  Learn about programs, sports, and opportunities in our community.  Click the button below to view current flyers.

Stay Connected & Get Involved

There are so many ways to stay connected and get involved with Mt. View! We have our e-news that is delivered via email and our website.

For more information about volunteering at our school, please visit the district’s website Volunteer page.

Mt. View is also active on social media