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The Eagle Eye

Louisville Adventist Academy's Bi-weekly Newsletter
March 1, 2019
Hello, <<First Name>>.

The Science Fair and parent meeting is this Sunday, March 3, starting at 10 am sharp! Read also about Dr. Seuss week, PreK/K Storytime,  and re-enrollment details, among other items. Thank you for staying informed!
"Lord Almighty, blessed is the one who trusts in You.” 
-Psalm 84:12

Principal MatthewsPrincipal's Message

My heavens! I just destroyed my wife’s favorite workshop table! So much for my science project! We are so excited about our science projects this year and we appreciate all the efforts our parents and students are putting into it. Judging will take place Friday and awards will be presented Sunday. Rumor has it that Alfred Nobel will be here! We are looking forward to seeing everyone for our mandatory Sunday school day event from 10-2, along with our parent meeting at 10 am sharp in the fellowship hall while the students are setting up their projects. Approaching events for the next several weeks are Dr. Seuss week, Music Festival trip with our fearless leader Traci Oms spearheading that, and end of third quarter. Parent-teacher conferences are fast approaching, from 12:30 – 5:30 on Thursday, March 21. There will be sign-up sheets online or on the office window. If you are planning a cruise, remember our spring break will be April 1-5. Excitement is mounting because spring is right around the corner! As Albert Einstein always said, “Remember that only you can prevent forest fires!”
David Matthews

Prayer Corner


Please join us in lifting up the following students in prayer.
  • Susie Oms
  • Connor Blatz
  • Rhiannon Kendall
  • Flor Ramos
  • Golda Ruckle
  • Laeticia Desforges

Upcoming Events


  • Mar. 3, Sunday Science Fair, 10 am, Required School Day
  • Mar. 4-8 Dr. Seuss Week
  • Mar. 14-17 Music Festival
  • Mar. 15 End of 3rd quarter
  • Mar. 20 PreK/K Storytime, 10-11:30 am 
  • Mar. 21 Parent-Teacher Conferences, Noon Dismissal
  • Apr. 1-5 Spring Break
Subscribe to our calendar and stay up to date.

March Hot Lunch Menu

(Pre-K–2nd grade: $3.50, 3rd – 12th: $4.00)
  • Monday - Nachos “Bell Grande”, dessert & drink
  • Tuesday - 8th Grade Jet’s Pizza Day: pizza, breadsticks, fruit, cookie, & drink
  • Wednesday - Baked ziti, vegetable, garlic bread, drink & dessert
  • Thursday - Burgers, tater tots, vegetable, dessert & drink
  • Friday - 12th Grade Jet’s Pizza Day: pizza, breadsticks, fruit, cookie, & drink

Announcements



Science Fair this Sunday - Required School Day

This Sunday, March 3, from 10 am – 2 pm is a required school day, starting with a parent meeting at 10 am in the fellowship hall while the students are setting up their exhibits. Please plan to bring your students on time and be there for this important parent meeting where re-enrollment papers will be distributed and important announcements will be shared. Afterwards, we will enjoy seeing the science projects the students have prepared. The seniors will be selling hotdogs, chips, nachos, desserts and drinks during lunchtime.
2019-2020 Re-Enrollment Info
This Sunday at the Science Fair parent meeting at 10 am, we will be handing out all the forms required for re-enrollment for the 2019-2020 school year. As you know, several of our classrooms are nearing capacity, and we want to be sure our returning students have first priority. To ensure your student has a seat, these forms must be completed and returned by March 22 with a $150 Enrollment Fee per student. There will be a drawing for four $100 scholarships for all who have completed paperwork and fees on time. 
Dr. Seuss Week
We will be celebrating Dr. Seuss week March 4-8 by having themed dress days. If you participate in the theme of the day, you may dress down. Here are the themes for each day:
Monday, Mar. 4: The Cat in the Hat
Wear crazy/silly hats and neck/bow ties in honor of Dr. Seuss. You can even wear more than one!
Tuesday, Mar. 5: Fox in Socks and The Foot Book
Wear fun socks or shoes andshow them off!
Wednesday, Mar. 6: Wacky Wednesday
Wear a wacky outfit or wacky hair OR BOTH! This is the day for things to not be quite right.
Thursday, Mar. 7: Sleep Book
Wear your pajamas. Bring a small stuffed animal and your favorite book. We will have quiet reading time snuggled with our animals in our pajamas!
Friday, Mar. 8: Green Eggs & Ham
Dress in orange, green, yellow or a combination of these colors. OR Dress as your favorite Dr. Seuss character.
Field Day T-Shirt Orders Due Monday
We are planning now for the 2019 Field Day at LAA, set for Thursday, April 18. Please fill out the T-Shirt order form attached to your printed copy of the Eagle Eye or print here and return it with payment by this Monday
PreK/K Storytime!
All prospective PreK/K students for 2019-2020 are invited to attend a special story time on March 20, the first official day of spring, from 10 am – 11:30. The theme is Very Hungry Caterpillar and there will be snacks and crafts as well. Invite a friend! All are welcome!
Tuition Facts
Thank you in advance for continuing to follow through on the commitment made on your financial agreement with LAA. Remember that the tuition is due by the 20th of each month and is considered late after that date. If you have any questions, you may contact Arden Hagele at 813-310-3839 or at treasurer.laa@gmail.com.
Health Nugget - Breakfast Basics (Pt. 3)
“It would be great to serve whole-grain waffles, fresh fruit, and low-fat milk each morning. But it can be difficult to make a healthy breakfast happen when you're rushing to get yourself and the kids ready in the morning and juggling the general household chaos.
So try these practical suggestions to ensure that — even in a rush — your kids get a good breakfast before they're out the door:
  • stock your kitchen with healthy breakfast options
  • prepare as much as you can the night before (gets dishes and utensils ready, cut up fruit, etc.)
  • get everyone up 10 minutes earlier
  • let kids help plan and prepare breakfast
  • have grab-and-go alternatives (fresh fruit; individual boxes or baggies of whole-grain, low-sugar cereal; yogurt or smoothies; trail mix) on days when there is little or no time to eat”
Read the full article at KidsHealth.org
ParentsWeb for Grades
Did you know that you can monitor your student's grades and homework completion on a daily basis? You can go online or on an app on your smartphone and view grades for each assignment or test, as well as your student’s report cards and attendance. To login or see instructions on how to create your account, go to our website here.

Sign up for the community rewards program! If you are not comfortable signing up online, you can call the number on the back of your Kroger Plus card and the customer service group will sign you up. Please take five minutes, pull out a Kroger Plus card, call the number on the back of the card or go online to krogercommunityrewards.com and register to have Louisville Adventist Academy as your preferred charity so your grocery purchases can help your school!
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