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EAGLE NEWS - Loudoun County Public Schools

December 2009 Volume 9:05

Jun e 20 08 V olum e 7: 11

Eagle Ridge

Eagle Ridg e

Middle Sch ool

Middle School

42901 Waxp oo l Rd

Ashbur n, VA 201 48 42901 Waxpool Rd

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Ashburn, VA 20148

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OFFICE HOURS

Mon-Fri 8:0 0-4: 00

SCHOOL HOURS

OFFICE HOURS

8:35- 3:23

Mon-Fri 8:00-4:00

SCHOOL HOURS

8:35-3:23

PRINCIPAL

Bridget Beichler

ASSISTANT

PRINCIPAL

PRINCIPALS

Janice Thomas Koslowski Pollock

Deborah Thompson

ASSISTANT

PRINCIPALS DEANS

Gr. 8 Thomas Sharon Pollock Budd

Gr. Deborah 7 Kelly Thompson Hayes

Gr. 6 Carol McKimmey

DEANS

Gr. 8 COUNSELORS

Kelly Hayes

Gr. 7 8 Gretchen Carol McKimmey Mostero/

Gr. Specialist/Loretta 6 Sharon Huber Jacoby

Gr. 7 Kelly Badge

Gr. 6 COUNSELORS

Gary Sharp

Gr. 8 Gary Sharp

Gr. PHONE 7 Loretta NUMBERS Jacoby

Gr. 6 Gretchen Main Office Mostero

Counseling 571-252-2140 Program

Specialist - Kelly Badger

Attendance

PHONE 571-252-2142 NUMBERS

Main Office

571-252-2140 Fax

703-779-8977

Attendance

571-252-2142 6th Grade

571-252-2146

7th Fax Grade

703-779-8977

571-252-2147

8th Grade

571-252-2148

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Volume 9, Issue 05

Dear Eagle Ridge

Community,

With the onset of December,

we find ourselves

planning for a

very busy month. All

students have had the

opportunity to participate

in the annual geography

bee with the second

and final round taking

place later this

month. Students will

also be participating in

the first semester benchmark

assessments.

We would like to thank

our PTO and parent volunteers

for a wonderful

luncheon during American

Education Week.

Our staff enjoyed not

only the delicious food

but also the opportunity

to visit with colleagues.

American Education

Week also saw many

parents coming into

school for classroom

visits and our special

Thanksgiving Lunch

with grandparents.

Our seventh grade Social

Studies team also

hosted their annual In-

ternational Feast. This

event was the culminating

event in which students

gave oral reports

on their ancestry and

cultural traditions. We

were so pleased to see

so many parents and

relatives attend this

event.

During the month of

December, our music

department has a number

of performances

planned to highlight our

students’ accomplishments.

I encourage you

to take a little time out

and come enjoy an evening

of musical delight.

The schedule of performances

is attached.

In just the two short

months that I have been

at Eagle Ridge, I have

come to know and learn

about each staff member.

It has been pleasure

learning about the talented

staff we have here

at Eagle Ridge. Relationships

and making

connections is paramount

in fostering a

positive climate for

both staff and student

achievement.

The next step in my

goal of learning about

our Eagle Ridge Community

is to have time

to meet with both student

and parent groups.

Over the next few

months, I will be having

parent coffees both during

the day and in the

evening so that I am

able to reach out to as

many of our families as

possible.

I look forward to meeting

with parents and

students and learning

about what you value at

Eagle Ridge and what I

can do to help support

our students and families

in this journey

through the middle

school years.

As we approach the end

of 2009 and look ahead

to a new year, I wish

you all a season of

peace and joy.

Bridget Beichler


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6TH GRADE

Natalie Turpin

Natalie Turpin is being recognized as Student of the Month for the Dragons because of her

work habits and accomplishments. Natalie is always prepared for class. She works hard on all

tasks while setting the bar high for herself. She is an excellent role model for her peers. Natalie

is always willing to learn and approaches her work with enthusiasm. She is a pleasure to

have on the Dragon team.

William Blair

Will Blair is being recognized as the student of the month for the Dragons because of his motivation

and hard work. Will is an exemplary student, completing all assignments, participating in

class consistently, and making up all missed work in a timely manner. He is also an excellent

student and can be relied upon by all of his teachers. He helps his teachers and classmates

without being asked.

7TH GRADE

Team Top Hats have awarded student of the month to Ariana Abousaeedi. Ariana

is a great role model to her peers because she always comes to class prepared, is on

time and ready to learn. Ariana is also always willing to help out and participate in

classroom discussions. Thank you Ariana for being such a fantastic student and person!

Team Top Hats have selected Jack Joyce as a student of the month for being a fantastic

citizen in the classroom. Jack always comes to class ready to learn and is always

willing to lend a helping hand. Thank you Jack for being a terrific student and

keep it up!

8TH GRADE

Michael Ferris

Team Explorers would like to congratulate Michael Ferris as our Student of the Month. Michael

participates often in class and always gives 100%. Michael has a positive, helpful

attitude and is a great asset to our team. Thank you for all of your hard work and effort.

Jessica Gustafson

It is with great pleasure that Team Explorer’s select Jessica Gustafson as Student of the

Month. Her hard work, integrity, stellar grades, and dedication in all of her classes make

her stand out among her peers. She is always challenging herself, reflecting on her performance,

and taking the time to help her classmates understand difficult concepts. Jessica

is consistently a positive role model both in and out of the classroom, displaying maturity

way beyond her age.


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KEY DATES FOR DECEMBER

Dec 2-3 Geo Bee-In class-Round 2

Dec 5 District Band Auditions

Dec 9 7th & 8th Band Concert

Dec 10 7th & 8th Strings Concert

Dec 11 Elementary Music Concert

Dec 15 PTO Meeting

Dec 16 8th Guitar Concert

Dec 17 Interims Sent Home

Dec 17 6th-8th Chorus Concert

Dec 17 Geo Bee Final 3:30

(Library)

Dec 22 7th Students vs. Faculty

Volleyball Game

Dec 22 Student of the Month

Dec 23-Jan 3 WINTER BREAK


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EARLY DISMISSAL

If you need to pick your child up early from

school, please send in a note with your child

with the reason for dismissal and the time

that you would like your child to be in the

front office. He/she will then take the note to

the House Secretary, who will give the student

a pass to show to their teacher to be released

from class. The student will quietly

leave their classroom at the designated time,

go to their locker, sign out with the House

Secretary, and then report to the main office.

Emergencies do happen—but—-we must keep class disruption

to a minimum. When we do not know in advance

we must interrupt the entire class to get your student.

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FORGOTTEN HOMEWORK,

LUNCHES, ETC.

If your student forgets his/her lunch, homework, band instrument, etc., and the

parent brings them to school the procedure is:

1. Ring the main door buzzer and present I.D. to gain access.

2. Bring item into the main office and put in the black tray on the volunteer’s

desk.

3. Log item on the white clipboard.

4. The main office secretaries will call the house secretaries.

5. House secretaries will put a note on student’s locker announcing that the item

is in the main office or the house office.

6. Classes will not be disrupted to get the item to the student.

7. In the case of instruments—students are to check in the main office on their

own. No notes or calls will be placed.


ERMS Volume 9:05

PTO CORNER…..

Our fall fundraisers were a huge

success!! Thank you to all the

students that participated in raising

money for our school by participating

in the magazine or

cookie dough programs. A special

thank you to the parents for their support

in allowing their child to participate and for

purchasing. By raising funds through these

programs, our PTO is able to do so many

wonderful things for Eagle

Ridge. We purchased the

accelerated Reader Program

for our library (which is the envy of

all the other schools) purchased new cameras

for the Art Department, provided

items for the 7th grade Immigration

Luncheon, i.e., water bottles, paper goods, etc., purchased

books for the 6th grade English classes, provided

an ice cream social for our entire 8th

grade class during their lunch break to celebrate

the completion of the book “The Outsiders”,

provided the coveted “Stuffed Eagle”

and $10 gift card from Dunkin Donuts

to 6 students each month who are chosen as

the “Student of the Month” from each grade. These are just a

few of the things that come to

mind. If you would like to get

involved more, please contact me.

Thank you. Emily Ciullo,

PTO President

PTO MEMBERSHIP

If you have not joined the ERMS PTO, please do. These

funds allow the PTO to do so many wonderful things for

our school! If you are not sure if you have joined or not,

contact Kim Wood, treasurer, kvwood234@verizon.net.

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SPIRIT WEAR available in

the School Store:

We have some gray sweatpants

with an open bottom

and side leg print with word

Eagles down side $14.

These are mostly for 6th

graders, as they are small

and have a wider band

around the waist. We also

have some gray sweatpants

(same style) except larger

sizes and smaller waistband

for $30. We have long

sleeve shirts $12 and short

sleeve t-shirts $10 in hunter

green and gray. All available

every morning in the school

store from 8:20 to 8:30.

STAFF LUNCHEON

The PTO provided a wonderful lunch on 11/19 to our teachers/staff.

The meal consisted of delicious homemade soups/stews, breads, salads,

desserts, and many donated paper products and beverages from our

wonderful moms of ERMS! Thank you to everyone that helped out and

responded to the need.


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PTO CORNER….. Continued…..

On Monday, 11/23, 80 students and chaperones had

lots and lots of fun at Chuck-E-Cheese in Herndon!

This was their reward for selling or getting a certain

amount of magazine renewals for the PTO fundraiser

by a certain date. We enjoyed endless pizza/drinks

and tokens. The best part—there was only 4 other

people in the place that day! Thank you to ALL the parents

that allowed their student to participate in this

fundraiser. Those students that sold at least 5 magazines

attended a wonderful Mega Party on 11/19.

There were approximately 270 students that earned

this party. Thanks to the parents who came in to help.

We would like to also thank the parents who came in to

help with the Cookie Dough orders and pickup. Without

these fundraisers, we would not have the much

needed funds we have now that are used for so many

important and much-needed things in our school. With

budget cuts, this is the best way the PTO can help our

school! Without the PTO, the school would not have all

the great things they now receive. Thank you again!!

MathCounts Club

The MathCounts Club will be meeting on Wednesday,

December 2 nd and Monday, December 14 th after school

in

A-15. Any student in grades 6-8 may participate in this

math competition club.

For further information, email Mrs. Smith at

tonya.smith@loudoun.k12.va.us


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GEOGRAPHY BEE

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The annual ERMS Geography Bee

began in all Social Studies classes

on November 19th and November

20th. All students were given 14

questions about United States and

World geography to answer. The

cut off will be determined based on

the scores of students each day.

Students that qualified will participate

in the 2nd round of the competition

during their Social Studies class on December 2nd and 3rd. Students that qualify from this

round will be invited to participate in the School Championship to be held on December 10th in the

library after school. The winner of this round will take a written test to see if he or she qualifies for

the state competition in 2010.

The Briar Woods Boys Basketball team welcomes all Eagle

Ridge Middle School students and family on January,

20 th at 7:30pm as the Falcons take on Loudoun County

High School. All Middle school students have free admission

to this game when accompanied by a paid adult.

Concessions are sold at each home game. For more information

on the upcoming 2009-2010 season please visit us

at www.BWHSports.org.

AND ERMS CHORAL STUDENTS WILL BE

SINGING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM


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Save the Date!

Night at the Ridge is a celebration of the many aspects of

Eagle Ridge Middle School.

Proceeds directly support academic programs that benefit

ERMS students.

Friday, April 16, from 5:30-9:30 5:30 9:30 pm


ERMS Volume 9:05

REA DING NEWS

By

ERICA COHEN

REA DING SPECIALIST

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Making connections while reading will help develop comprehension. Readers

naturally make connections between what is happening in the books they read and

their own lives. This is called a text-self connection. Once students have heard

and read many books, they begin to connect themes, characters, and issues from

one text to another text. This is called a text-text connection. When students

make connections between what they read and the larger world, they are making a

text-world connection. Making connections while reading is just one way to enhance

comprehension.

Many of the students have been enjoying the books from the Bluford Series

(www.townsendpress.com). There are 15 books in the series. These novels focus

on the lives of a group of African American urban high school students and their

families. The books are relatively short (@130 pages) and highly readable. Many

students are able to make connections with the lives of the characters in the

books. The students and the characters often share common interests, concerns,

and experiences. The books are affordable - available for only $1.00 per book.

These books are also available for check out from the library.

As you know, winter vacation is approaching. Please encourage your child to

read a book of interest for at least 20 minutes per day, if possible. Research has

shown that students become better readers by reading. The more your child reads,

the better reader your child will become. Ask your children about what they are

reading. Remember to model reading for your children. If they see you reading,

they will more likely take an interest in reading.

Remember to use the online resources available for practice with reading comprehension.

You may access Study Island via the school website or you may go directly

to the Study Island website (www.studyisland.com). Go to students, click

on subscription websites, then click on Study Island. Students are then asked for

their user id which is their lunch number@erm. Then they fill in their password.

If they have trouble logging in, they may ask one of their teachers for help. Also,

there are Practice Released SOLS via the school website. Click on students, then

“Interactive Released SOLS.”


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Counselors Corner

6 th Grade Mr. Gary Sharp

7 th Grade Ms. Kelly Badger

8 th Grade Mrs. Gretchen Mostero

8 th Grade Mrs. Loretta Jacoby

Please feel free to contact us via phone at (571)252-2140, or by e-mail if you have any questions or

concerns. To access our e-mail addresses, please go to the staff link on the Eagle Ridge webpage.

Click on the counselor’s name you wish to e-mail.

Parent Tips:

School Conferences: If there is a delay or school closing due to snow all conferences scheduled

that day will be cancelled. Please contact your grade level counselor to reschedule.

News:

Parent Coffee – December 2, 2009

From 9:00am to 10:00am. Our School Social Worker will present on current trends of

Drug and Alcohol use with Loudoun County Teens.

This topic has been very popular in the past, come here this year’s presentation.

Holiday Coalition:

The Holiday Coalition’s mission is:

To help serve less fortunate families, children and senior citizens by providing much

needed items, in a manner that promotes dignity and self-respect. We believe that a

single act of kindness can be the turning point toward a brighter future for those in

need. At Christmas, families get to choose new clothing and toys for their children.

Items are displayed in department store style so our recipients can choose exactly

what they need or want.

Forms can be obtained by contacting your child’s school counselor or our Parent Liaison Ms.

Karen Hart @ (571)252-2140.

Looking Ahead:

TJ dates to watch (TJHS (located in Alexandria VA) offers a comprehensive college preparatory

program emphasizing science, mathematics and technology)

TJ Test Day: December 5th

Info Sheets/Teacher Rec’s due to Mrs.Jacoby: February 16 th

***for more information http://tjhsst.edu/

AOS dates to watch (Students take science, math, and research courses at the Academy and all

other subjects at their home school on the opposite day.)

Sign up for a Writing Prompt: December 1st

AOS applications due to Mrs.Jacoby: January 8 th 3:30pm

Writing Prompt: January 14 th 7:00pm, January 23 rd @ 9:00am & February 6 th @ 9:00am.

Testing location is LCPS School Board Meeting Room.

Teacher Recommendations due to Mrs. Jacoby: January 29 th 3:30pm

***for more information http://cmsweb1.loudoun.k12.va.us/aos/site/default.asp


ERMS Volume 9:05

Thursday, Dec. 3, 2009

3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

ERMS Cafeteria

Admission : $5.00

Permission slip needed to purchase ticket

Student Name:

Sponsored by the SCA

I will be riding the activity bus home @ 4:20 p.m.

I will be picked up by a parent @ 5:00 p.m.

Parent Signature:

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Write the name & room number of your 4th/8th block

4th block class:

8th block class:


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SCA NEWS

SCA will have its Winter Dance on Thursday, December 3 rd from

3:30-5:00.

Carnations will be on sale during lunch in February to be delivered

to special friends in the school on Valentine’s Day. Be on

the look out for more news about this.

There will be an 8 th grade only after school sponsored activity in

January or February. We are still in the planning mode for

this. If you have any great ideas for an activity for 8 th graders,

email your ideas to Erica.cohen@loudoun.k12.va.us or

Karyn Foley at Karyn.foley@loudoun.k12.va.us.

There will be an SCA meeting in Art 2 on Wednesday, December

2 nd and another one on Wednesday, December 16 th. If you are

interested in joining, get an after school permission form from

your house office and come join.

Eagle Ridge Middle ASHBURN, VA

Yearbook Order Center

Order Today! Yearbooks will no longer be available for

purchase online after

December 14, 2009.

Call The Order Center toll free at 866-287-3096

Or

Go to the ERMS Web Site—Yearbooks and order on-line.


ERMS Volume 9:05

6TH GRADE “A” HONOR ROLL

ALDRICH, NATALIE A.

ALICIC, ERWIN

AMAYA, JESSIKA A.

BARRY, STEPHANIE L.

BAUMGARTEL, SAMUEL L.

BECK, DYLAN, J.

BLAIR, WILLIAM M.

BREIDENFELD, HALEY N.

BROWN, HEATHER C.

BRYAN, ABIGAIL R.

CHUNG, CASSIDY J.

DEARDEN, ABBEY B.

DESANTIS, ALLISON J.

DIAZ, ALEXANDRA M.

DIETZ, CAITLIN A.

DILLARD, MEREDITH E.

DOUGHERTY, MEREDITH F.

DOWD, BRITANY R.

DUFFIE, KYLE R.

ENGLE, ZACHARY, F.

ESCALANTE, MARIANA

FAHEEM, HASHIR

FORD, AUSTIN G.

GAGLIANO, GABRIELLA P.

GALLAGHER, BRENDAN P.

GAMESTER, ABBIE M.

GARAY ESCALANTE, VICTOR F

GENTRY, ALYSSA E.

GILL, JAMES D.

GIROUX, LUKE T.

GUERTIN, CONNOR S.

GUSTAFSON, NATALIE J.

HANCOCK, JOSEPH C.

HART, MELISSA K.

HOLBERT, AUSTIN W.

HOWARD, GRANT M.

HOWARD, TANYA C.

JACHIMOWSKI, COLIN J.

JELLA, TAI T.

KARLEKAR, SWETA S.

KREYER, BRETT J.

LEE, JENNIFER S.

LEWIS, GABRIELLE M.

LUNOS,CALI N.

LUSHINSKI, SAMANTHA R.

MALY, ALLISON K.

MALY, CHRISTOPHER J

MATSON, ANDREW E.

MAZZEI, ZAYN M.

MCCARTHY, MEGAN M

MCDERMOTT, JOHN M.

MCGOUGH, MICHELLE A.

MOCABEE, DAVID B.

MONROE, GEORGIA E.

MORAN, MICAELA C.

NGUYEN, MATTHEW T.

OLENIK, CAROLINE M.

PACHECO, ALEXANDRA M.

PAI, GAYATRI R.

PIGETT, SHYLII D.

RATCLIFFE, HANNAH J.

REILLY, BRIDGET M.

RICAPITO, DANIEL B.

RIOPELLE, AUSTIN C.

RIOPELLE, NATHAN A.

RUTKOWSKI, RYAN J.

SALOKA, ANNIKA G.

SAPPINGTON, OLIVIA L.

SERIGNE, JACOB R.

SHAMLOO, KORA C.

SHUTLER, COLIN A.

SMAGH, WILLEM J.

SNYDER, HANNAH J.

STALCUP, JEREMY P

STEWART, RACHEL H.

THRONE, LORI B.

UNDERWOOD, ASHLYN C

VIDAL, CHRISTOPHER M.

VIPPA, TARUN K.

VO, PETER

WANG, ALBERT W.

WARNER, HANA K.

WEBER, SYDNEY A.

WILSON, CLELIA M.

WOODS, DANIEL J.

WOOLEY, NATHANIEL T.

XIE, APRIL H.

YEHLE, CHRISTOPHER R.

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ABOUSAEEDI, ARIANA

ADDO, SUSANA

ALDRICH, CHAD

ALLEN, RYAN

ALTO, THOMAS

ARTHUR, CHRISTOPHER

BAIG, RABIA

BARTLETT , MATTHEW

BATT, NICOLE

BHAIP, NIKHIL

BLOSSER, CAROLINE

BOTTCHER, CONNOR

BOWEN, JESSE

BRENNAN, ALLISON

BRONSON, ALEXANDRA

BRONSON, CRISTINA M.

BUIST , SUZANNE K

BUSHMAN, TIMOTHY

CHAPMAN, KRISTEN J.

CHAW, LILY

CHENEY, MADELINE

CLARK, KELSEY

CORPE, HAILEY

DANIEL, SYDNEY

DARU, ARJUN

DEAN, ZAARA

DENNIS, LINDSAY

DETWEILER, KATHRYN

DILLARD, MICHAEL

DISILVESTRE, MARY

DREW, MEREDITH

ECCLES, CHRISTOPHER

ENGEBRETH, HEIDI

FALLON III, TIMOTHY

FERGUSON, RACHEL

FREEMAN, CAROLINE

FRIBERG, KATERINA

FRIEDMAN, HANNAH

GAINES, CONNOR

GATUKU, SHREYAS

GILBERT, BRITTANY

GILES, SARAH

GILLESPIE, ANDREW

GONUGUNTLA, HIMABINDU

GORICK JR., WILLIAM

GRANT, DEANNA

HAYES, KELLY

HUTCHINSON, KAY

HWANG, MICHAEL

JACHIMOWSKI, LINDSEY

7TH GRADE “A” HONOR ROLL

JOSEPH, BRADLEY

JOYCE, JACK

KANUMURU, ARUN

KANUMURU, PALLAVI

KELLEY, JENNIFER

KIM, KRISTI

KING, KELSIE

LOUGH, JACOB

LUONG, BRENDAN

LUTZ, KATHERINE

MATTICE, EMILY

MCDANIEL, SEAMUS

MCDONALD, KARALYN

MOLINA, CASEY

MORGAN, PAUL C.

MYERS, EMMA

NABORS, MATTHEW

NAU, SABINE

NIELSEN, ERIN

OBERG, BETHANY

OLSON, KIRSTIN

ORLOSKY, TIFFANI M

PANETTI, MARK

PAPAGEORGE, ELENI

PAPPAGALLO, GINA

PARKIN, EMILY

PATRICK , ALEXANDER

PHALEN, ANASTASIA

PHAM, SONIA

PIEKARSKI, LAURA

PIEKARSKI, SARAH

PORTER, MEGAN

POWELL, MEGHAN

POWERS, ALEXANDER

RACANELLI, GIANCARLO

RACE, SIMONE

RANA, KAMRAN

REGESTER, ZACHARY

REICHEL, LEANN

RICCIO, ANN MARIE

RIKER, KATHERINE

RIZZO, JILLIAN

RYAN, JONATHAN

SAKER, ADA

SANCHEZ, ALEXANDRA

SANTANA , MEGHAN

SCHIRA, CAITLYN

SCHOPPER, PATRICK

SCOTT, BRADY

SHEPLEY, STEFANIE

SHIVELY, THOMAS

SHUFRAN, CHRISTIE

SHUTLER, CHRISTOPHER

SIANUMDO, JULIA

SMITH, SARAH

SPICER, ADAM

SPILLARE, BRENDAN

THIRUKONDA, KAVYA-

SHILPITA

THOMAS, DAYNA

TOUSLEY, JULIE

ULLOA, DEVEN

VAN DER BIEZEN, TAYLOR

VILLA, MORGAN

VLCEK, PETER

WALSH, SHANNON

WANG, ALISSA

WATSON, HALEY

WHARTON, SIERRA

WILLIAMS, SARAH

WINTERMUTE, TYLER

WISNER, RACHEL

YEE, JARED


ERMS Volume 9:05

ABDO , MAGID GALAL

ADIL , SOHAIB

ALBERS , EDWARD

ALVARADO , JASMINE

APPERSON , NICHOLAS

ARUNKUMAR , APOORVA

ATER , ELIZA FAYE

BALL , JESSICA LYNN

BALLINGER , SAMANTHA

BEVERLY , ELIZABETH

BLAZAUSKAS , CONNOR

BOERGER , LINDSAY

BONNER , LINDSEY

BRAUMANN , MITCHELL

BREWER , BELLE MAREE

BRODIE , TYLER DAVID

BROWN, THOMAS A

BUSTAMANTE , KRISTIAN

CASEY , MEGHAN

CASEY , SEAN MICHAEL

CHELLURI , SRIKANTH

CIULLO , NICHOLAS

COMM , ERICA GRACE

COMM , OLIVIA ANN

CONNORS , SARA ANNE

COUNTS , JORDAN

CRAWFORD , KATHERINE

CRAYTOR , JOHN

CROMWELL , AUSTIN

CROMWELL , LOGAN

CURRIE , TAYLOR

DAHL , JACQUELINE

DAVIS , STEPHANIE

DAVIS, MATTHEW F

DEDONATO , JESIKA

DENGLER , MADISON

DOROTEO , ILLANA

DOWD , BRIANA RENEE

DOYON , SARAH

DU , JENNIFER WANG

ECKL , MEAGAN

EISENHOWER , REECE

ENSMINGER , PAIGE

ETTER , COURTNEY B

FERRIS , MICHAEL

FLEMING , ADAIR

FLETCHER , CHARLES

FONSECA , ADRIAN

FORBES, JEANNETTE M.

FOWLER, CAROLINE K.

8TH GRADE “A” HONOR ROLL

FOX , TAYLOR ANN

FRANCIS , CHE`MAIAH

FULLER , BROOKE

GALLAGHER , COLM

GAMESTER , ERICA

GARRISON , MALLORY

GARTIN , COLLEEN

GEARY , DREW E

GIGENA , JEREMY

GOBES , CALLIE

GOFFI , LAUREN

GOURNENI , SURYA

GREEN , DANIEL

GUERTIN , BRADY

GUESSFORD , EMILY

GUPTA , PUNEET

GUSTAFSON , JESSICA

HENDERSON , TAYLOR

HICKEY , MICHAEL

HILL , TESS MARIE

HOLOHAN , MICHAEL

HOYLER , ANDREW

IBRAHIM , ROWAN

JERNIGAN , VICTOR

JONES , MADISON

KELLEY , KAITLYN

KELLY , BRANDON

KELLY , SUMMER

KHAWAJA , SUNBAL

KIM , CHAE WON

KUHN , KENNETH

KULISCH , BRIANA

LEONARD , HEATHER

LEWIS , ADAM NELSON

LOWREY , KAITLYN

MACHADO , MICHAEL

MARTI , MATTHEW

MATTIMIRO , ERIN

MATTSON , ALEXANDRA

MAVI, SEERAT

MAXIMOVA , ANNA

MCARDLE , COLIN

MCDERMOTT , MATTHEW

MCDEVITT , MEGAN

MCSORLEY, RICHARD T III

MENCINI , NATALIE MARIE

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MERLINO , JONATHAN

MORTON , ELIZABETH

MOSHER , BETHANY

NEDER , CONNOR

NEIDERER , PAIGE

O'BRIEN, EMILY P

OLIVER , JOSEPH

ORR , AIDEN ALEXANDER

PAPPAGALLO , JOSEPH

PAX , LAURA ELAINE

PERDOS , JILLIAN LESLIE

PINNEY , TODD JOSEPH

PORTER , CAITLIN MARIE

REED , LOGAN JON

RIDDIFORD , KATHERINE

RIOPELLE , VICTORIA

SAPSARA , RACHEL

SEDITA , AUSTIN

SETTY , SKANDA VIVEK

SKEMP , ZACHARY

SPERONI , DAVID

STRANGE , EMILY MARIE

SUTER , SEAN KEVIN

SWAMY , SAMANTHA

TRAN , ALEX HOANG

UDDIN, HUMAIRA I

VADDADI , DEVI SRUTHI

VIGILAR , CONSUELO

WALDRIP , ANDREW

WANG , VICTOR WEIQI

WARNER , KIRA NICOLE

WILSON, ITALIA Y

WIVAGG , BROOKE

WOLCOTT , MATTHEW

WOOLEY , SAMANTHA

WRIGHT, EMMA V

YOUNG , RACHEL

ZIA , NIMRA

ZIEGLER , MCKENSEY


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6TH GRADE “AB” HONOR ROLL

AGUILAR, JOSEPH

AKHTAR, IHTISHAM

ALLEN, ASHLEY

ANJUTGI, SAAKETH

ATER, GABRIEL

ATRIS, KARIM

AWASTHI, ROHNI

AYALASOMAYAJULA, MAUK

AYERS, BENJAMIN

BAILEY, ERIC

BARNES, NICHOLAS

BEAL, MCKAYLA

BECK, PATRICK

BEG, HEBAH

BEHRENS, JOHN

BELL, MICHAEL

BENESKI, SOPHIA

BENHART, ALEXA

BIENACKER, CAMERON

BOHNETT, MADELEINE

BRADSHAW, MEGHAN

BREWER, ABIGAIL

BUSICK, MORGAN

CALLAHAN, JOHN

CARPENTER, COLIN

CHASE, NICHOLAS

CHIADO, ANTHONY

CHOWDHURY, MARZANA

CLEMENT, PAUL

COHEN, MACKENZIE

CONNER, RAYVEN

CORLETT, JUSTIN

COUNTS, DYLAN

CUMMINGS, JESSICA

DAME, ELIJAH

DATTA, RUCHI

DAVIS, COURTNEY

DAVIS, OLIVIA

DEAL, EMMA

DIGIOVANNA, JESSICA

DORMAN, JACQUELYN

DUNLOP, ASHLYN

DUPREE, JACOB

EAGAN, CHRISTOPHER

ELLISON, JESSICA

FAZEKAS, ANDREW

FIALDINI, MATTHEW

FLOYD, JUSTIN

FRAMPTON, SCOTT

FRANKLIN, RACHEL

GAETJEN, EMILY

GARABITO, ANTHONY

GARCIA, PEYTON

GARD, CYRUS

GARG, AMAN

GARMAN, CAROLINE

GARRISON, RILEY

GAVVA, SAINIHAL

GEARY, CAMDEN

GILBERT, CORINNE

GREENBERG, JOSHUA

GUNNA, SREYA

GUSTAFSON, CHRISTINE

GUSTAFSON, WILLIAM

HANG, REBECCA

HARRIGAN, KELLY

HART, CONNER

HENDERSON, GRANT

HIATT, ELISE

HOLCOMB, BENJAMIN

HOWKE, JOSHUA

HUFFMAN, TAYLOR

HUNDERTMARK, ZOE

HUNTER, CAMERON

IHANAINEN, NOELLE

JOHNSON, SYMONE

JONES, REILLY

KALVAKOTA, SAHITHI

KAPINOS, DARRIAN

KELLY, RYAN

KIM, OLIVIA

KIRK, IAN

KORPELLA, LILY

KRISHNAMURTHY, SHIVAN

KUMPF, CARL

LANGLEY, KRISTEN

LAWS, AUSTIN

LEFEBVRE, ASHLEY

LEONARD, SAMANTHA

LEWIS, KATRINA

LINN, COURTNEY

LOFGRAN, TANNER

LYNCH, JOHN

MACHADO, DANIEL

MACHADO, DAVID

MACNULTY, KAILEY

MAI, NICHOLAS

MALLOY, DEREK

MANN, ANAYA

MANTILLA GOMEZ, JUAN

MANZER, MICHAEL

MARCUS, GRANTLAND

MARX, MATTHEW

MATTHIAS, RAGAN

MATTIMIRO, TARA

MCGRATH, MICHAEL

MENGISTU, ADEY

MILLER, JOSEPH

MONTIGNY, TYLER

MORRIS, CHRISTOPHER

MORTON, JACKSON

MULHOLLAND, KATHRYN

MUTTON, BENJAMIN

NABORS, JACQUELINE

NEFF, RACHEL

NEWELL, SARAH

OLEJNICZAK, MARIELLE

OSMAN, HASHIM

O`CONNOR, EMILY

PAYNE, JORDAN

PERRY, KIRA

PFEFFER, PARKER

PLY, DYLAN

POWELL, MADISON

PRASAD, BALRAM

PUCCIO, ELENA

QUINN, PETER

QUINT, JACQUELINE

RAVVA, SUSHANTH

REID, COLIN

RICAPITO, DANIEL

RIGGS, LAWTON

ROACH, DILLON

ROBEY, KYLE

ROBINSON, THOMAS

ROSALES, CLAY

RUSEVLYAN, BRETT

RUSSELL, CAMERON

SANCHEZ, BERNARDO

SANDERSON, PATRICK

SCALIO, JACK

SCARFI, LINDSEY

SEDITA, CHRISTIAN

SHEVCHENKO, YELYZAVET

SIMPSON, JAMES

SIMPSON, JULIA

SINK, ETHAN

SINSKI, KAYLEIGH

SKEMP, NATHAN

SMITH, MATTHEW

SORANDO, TYLER

STANFORD, SUMMER

STEELE, MADELINE

STEJBACH, COURTNEY

STERN, JOSHUA

STRATTON, CATHERINE

STURNIOLO, CRISTINA

SVENDSEN, ERIC

TAHSIN, ANIKA

TERMAAT, ISABELLE

THOMPSON, ALLY

THRONE, JENNIFER

TILLEY, DANA

TURPIN, NATALIE

UMANA, JOEL

VANDER VOORT, DEREK

VANDERLYN, MICHAEL

VASTARDIS, ANDREW

VAZQUEZ, NICHOLAS

VENTRICE, GINO

VINSIK, EMILY

VORIMO, MATIAS

VOUGHT, EMILY

WANG, ERIC

WARDAK, JOSEPH

WAVREK, ANDRE

WEAVER, ASHLEY

WEBB, TANNER

WEBB, VICTORIA

WHEEDLETON, DANIEL

WHITFIELD, BRITTANY

WILLIAMS, JORDAN

WYKLE, SAVANNAH

YANG, IL-GON

YAP, KATHERINE

ZASLAVSKY, DAVID

ZELLER, MARGARET


ERMS Volume 9:05

AL-AKHRAS, SARAH

ALTO, THOMAS

AMES, ALEXANDER

BABA, JONATHAN

BAILEY VANWINKLE, EMMA

BANKUS, SYDNEY

BARRINGTON, CAROLINE

BENITEZ, LUKE

BIGGS, BAILEY

BITTLE, MORGAN

BLANCO, NICOLAS

BOLLE, ALEXANDRA

BOURAS, PETER

BOWERS, RYAN

BOYLE, KEVIN

BOYLES, GABRIELLE

BRENNAN, KAYLA

BUKAUSKAS, JACOB

CANAN, RILEY

CARINO, ANTHONY

CARTER, ARIANNE

CASHMAN, KELLY

CHANDLER, HANNAH

CHANDRA, VIJAY

CHAUHAN, SOFIYAN

CHEN, ALLEN

CHLANDA, CHRISTOPHER

CLAPS, CHRISTOPHER

CLARK, ROSS

CLYBURN, EVELYN

COX, JADA

DAVIDSON, SUSAN

DEAN, ALISHA

DEMAY, MELISSA

DIBONA, THOMAS

DOYLE, ALLYSON

DUGO, SAMUEL

DUNN, STEVEN

EAGAN, SHAWN

ETTER, ZACHARY

EVERHART, DAVID

FIERSZT, SPENCER

FINDLING, KATELIN

FITCH, DESTINY

GALVIN, JAKE

GANGELE, SAHIL

GARZAN, CESAR

GARZAN, YASHAR

GOODWIN, LANCE

GOTTSCHLING, AMY

GREEN, BRITTANY

GREEN, TYLER

GRISHAEVA, ELIZABETH

GUEVARA, MICAELA

HAMEED, MIAN

HAMMACK, LUKAS

HEDGES, BAILEY

HENDRICKS, KALIN

7TH GRADE “AB” HONOR ROLL

HILARIO, ALEXIA

HIRANI, KARAN

HUGHES, PAUL

INGERSOLL, LUCAS

IVEY, BRANDON

JACOBS, CAITLIN

JOHNSON, ERIC

JORDAN, CYNTHIA

KADAVERU, SATHVIK

KAHLER, JOHN

KARL, JOHN

KAUFMAN, NICHOLAS

KEIRCE, SHANNON

KESTERSON, MATTHEW

KING, KATELYN

KING, TYRIEK

KOMMURI, SHRIYA

KOST, MICHAEL

LARSEN, ALEXANDRA

LEWIS, HENRY

LUTZ, KATHERINE

MACIELINSKI, MEGAN

MACMONIGLE, BRIAN

MAFFE, JACOB

MAHER, REBECCA

MARTI, CAROLINE

MCDONALD, SAMUEL

MCDOWELL, KELLIE

MCMILLIAN, CHRISTOPHER

MERKLING, NICHOLAS

MILLER, JACOB

MILLER, LAUREN

MORIN, SAMUEL

MURPHY, OWEN

NEMES, LASZLO

NIGRO, ASHLEY

OTAL, MICAELA

PAPAZIAN, SIERRA

PLUMMER, PATRICK

POMPILIO, MATTHEW

PRATT, JACOB

PRYOR, JUSTIN

PULLEY, JOHN

PUTNAM, ZACHARY

QUACKENBUSH, TANNER

RAMBO, REBECCA

RANE, KAUSTUBH

RASAVONG, ANDY

REDDING, AUTUMN

REID, REBECCA

RODRIGUEZ, DESTINY

ROGERS, KAYLA

ROSS, REBECCA

ROTHROCK, DEREK

RYAN, COBY

SAHAKIAN, CHRISTINA

SAIKUMAR, AISHWARYA

SCHAFER, TYLER

SCHUDER, SYDNIE

SHEEHAN, THOMAS

SHETTY, PRANAY

SMITH, HANA

SOMMER, NIKOLAS

SQUIREWELL, KAITLYN

SQUIREWELL, VICTORIA

SZUSTAK, ROZALIA

THOMARE, AMOL

TOMS, EMMA

TOWNSEND, JONATHAN

ULLOA-SCOTT, SIERRA

VANTAIR, NIDHI

VAZQUEZ, EMILY

VILLATORO, ANDREA

WADE, ALIYAH

WALLEY, MASON

WRIGHT, TIMOTHY

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ABBOUD, JESSICA

AHMED, KAYNAD

AICKEN, ARTHUR

AL-AKHRAS, MALIK

ALTO, MELISSA

ANDERSON, CHARLES

ANDERSON, ELIZABETH

AUBE, NICOLAS

BAILEY, JEREMY

BARNES, RYAN

BARRON, NEIL

BASHORE, JULIA

BATZ, JANELLE

BEARDSLEY, CHANDLER

BENTELER, ASHLEY

BERG, JOSHUA

BOUR, SAMANTHA

BRANOWER, NATHANIEL

BRYANT, CONNOR

BURKE, CAITLYN

BUSICK, TAYLOR

CALLAHAN, DENNIS

CAMPBELL, BRIANA

CANAN, MACKINLEY

CARLSON, RENEE

CARROLL, MADELINE

COCA-LANDIVAR, DINOSKA

COOPER, SARA

CREECH, EMMALIE

CROMWELL, DYLAN

CROWELL, CRYSTAL

CUNNINGHAM, MEGAN

DAVIDSON, CHASE

DAVIS, MARCUS

DAVIS, NATHANIEL

DISILVESTRE, MARCO

DORSCH, BENJAMIN

EDWARDS, ABIGAIL

ELEMARY, MOSTAFA

ENZINNA, REBECCA

FAIRCHILD, SARAH

FARIA, LAYLA

FAST, SYDNIE

FIERMEN, JESSICA

FLEMING, SEAN

FLETCHER, KAI

FLYNN, ALEXIS

FOWLER, CHRISTINA

FOX, AMY

GALLOWAY, KEVIN

GAMBLE, KATELIN

GARCIA, ROBERTO

HALL, SABRINA

HAMAL, ABISHMARAN

HAMILTON, KYLE

HANKS, ALEXIS

HANSEN, KONRAD

8TH GRADE “AB” HONOR ROLL

HARRIGAN, MATTHEW

HARRISON, ELIZABETH

HARTNETT, RYAN

HENNESSEY, JAMES

HEPP, MICHAEL

HEYN, ELIZABETH

HOFMANN, CHRISTOPHER

HORNER, SHELBY

HUDSON, JESSE

HUNT, HARRISON

INMON, ALVARO

JURANEK, DEMI

KEEVEY, CAROLINE

KELLEY, BRIAN

KERSEY, QUAMARQUE

KING, TYRHEA

KRETLOW, CONNOR

KRISFALUSI, MITCHELL

LAIRD, JORDAN

LAZO, ALEJANDRA

LEE, CHAN

LEWIS, JACOBSEN

LEWIS, SAMANTHA

LEWIS, TAYLOR

LOFGRAN, PRESTON

MACASIEB, DESIREE

MARDOCK, DANIEL

MARRON, DANIEL

MATEYOV, KYLE

MAXWELL, BRENNAN

MCKINNY, KYLE

MELKUS, CAROLINE

MEYER, JORDAN

MIHELCIC, JULIA

MOFFA, GIANCARLO

MORGAN, ERIN

MORSE, RACHEL

MOSQUEDA, ISIS

MURPHY, EMILY

MUTTON, NICHOLAS

MYERS, CIAN

NEFF, SARAH

OH, JONG

OJEDA, JUAN

OWENS, ROBERT

O`CALLAGHAN, SHANE

PATEL, MONIL

PERDOS, MICHAEL

PEREZ, DEVON

PICKENS, ALEXANDRA

PIERCE, ZACHARY

PREAST, TYLER

PUGH, ANDREW

PURCELL, KYLE

QUIROZ, JOSE

RATLIFF, CAROLINE

RATLIFF, ROBERT

REA, CHRISTOPHER

REATEGUI, ANDREA

REID, ABBY

REID, ELIZABETH

RICAPITO, EVAN

RICHARDS, ERIN

RINDFLEISCH, ERIC

RIZZO, SOPHIA

ROEDER, CHRISTIAN

ROMOLA, BRIAN

RUTHERFORD, JUSTIN

SACKADORF, DYLAN

SCALIO, ROSS

SCHERBENSKE, DANIEL

SCHWIND, ALLYSON

SEIP, ADAM

SHAH, SOHAM

SHAKLEY, NICOLE

SHANAHAN, OLIVIA

SIMPSON, DANIELLE

SPENCER, RYAN

STANFORD, TREVER

STANGA, CHASE

STEENSTRA, ANIKA

STORMS, JOHN

SUMMERS, CATHERINE

SUTHERLAND, ALEXANDER

TARNAWA, JOANNA

TAYLOR, COURTNEY

THYSSE, ERIK

TOMA, MARISSA

VEERAMASU, VAMSI

VINSIK, HALEY

VOUGHT, BRIAN

WALSH, KATELYN

WANG, YI-YING

WEAVER, MACY

WEISS, ADAM

WELLS, KAITLYN

WHEATON, MATTHEW

WIGER, CHRISTOPHER

WOODALL, JAMIE

WOODS, CALEB

WORK, NICHOLAS

YAN, DOROTHY

YATES, AMANI

YOUNG, ISABELLA

ZUNIGA, LIZBETH


ERMS Volume 9:05

Parent Liaison Corner

By Karen Hart

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Once again this holiday season, Eagle Ridge MS, is organizing the Building Bridges

to those in Need campaign. For those of you who are new to our school, let me explain

a little about this program. The Building Bridges to those in Need campaign

was set up to help families in our community that are facing economic hardship.

Last year we asked our Eagle Ridge families to take any funds that they had

planned to use for cookies or gifts for our teachers/staff members and instead purchase

gift cards that will be collected and distributed to our needy families for use

during the holidays. We also ask our staff to forego buying gifts for each other as

well and contribute to our campaign as well.

If you can help us make this year’s Building Bridges campaign a success, please

send in gift cards that can be used at local retail stores, grocery stores or gas stations.

Send them to the school to the attention of Karen Hart but have your child

give them to their house secretary. Please fill out the form on the next page of this

newsletter and return it attached to your donation. We will be collecting gift cards

from November 30 through December 15. The gift cards will be distributed to our

families in need from December 16 –December 22.

Our success with this program last year far exceeded our wildest expectations and

we hope this year we can match or surpass last year’s fantastic outpouring of support

from our staff and community. Believe it or not we have more families in need

here at Eagle Ridge this year than we did last year. That’s why we need your help

with this campaign now more than ever.

Of course we understand that there may be families in our community that are in

need this holiday season that we are not aware of. If you know of a family in need or

need assistance yourself, please contact me at 571-252-2140 or via email. All information

is held in strictest of confidence.

Thank you for your help with this important outreach campaign. Have a wonderful

Holiday Season.

Congratulations to our Fabulous Eagle Ridge Artists

Note: The ART Department has been selected to decorate a tree

at Dulles airport for the upcoming holiday season. The tree will

be decorated with hand-made ornaments on Dec. 2. If your

travels during December take you to Dulles Airport please stop

by on the lower level and check out our Eagle Ridge Tree.


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ERMS STAFF PRESENT:

BUILDING BRIDGES TO THOSE IN NEED

We are collecting small gift cards to distribute to families in need in our Eagle

Ridge Community. Please donate gift cards in increments of $20 or less. We are

in particular need of gift cards to grocery stores, gas stations and retail stores

as well as Visa gift cards.

When: November 30 th – December 15 th

Where: Donations should be sent in to the ERMS Main office with this

form attached

Why: To assist families in need in our community

What: All gift cards will be distributed starting on December 16 th.

Please share my family’s support of our Eagle families*

(CONTRIBUTING FAMILY’’S NAME)

We prefer that our contribution remain anonymous

*A thank you to all contributing families will be included in our January newsletter


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WINTER STRING CONCERTS

ERMS will hold their annual winter string concerts in December: on

December 3rd at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium

featuring the LCPS Chamber Orchestra

and the ERMS 6th Grade beginner

group and December 10th at 7:00 pm featuring

LCPS County Wide String Orchestra

and Intermediate and Advanced ERMS

Orchestras.

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7TH & 8TH GRADE BANDS

Come hear some of your favorite holiday songs

as the 7th and 8th Grade Bands perform their

Winter Concert on December 9th at 7:00 pm.

The Winter Choral Concert will take place

on Thursday, December 17th at 7:00 in the

Eagle Ridge auditorium. Please come out

and support our young singers as they showcase

their talent and hard work. Hope to see

you there!

The 8th Grade Guitar ensemble will be performing their winter concert on

December 16th at 7 p.m. in the Eagle Ridge Auditorium. The

students will be playing classical selections as

well as two Beatles tunes. They have been

working diligently this semester, focusing on

their technique while incorporating skills necessary

to blend in 4 and 5 part ensemble selections.

Please attend and enjoy a night of guitar!


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UPDATES FROM THE

CLINIC

Thanks so much to the following volunteers for helping the vision and hearing

testing held in November: Patti Boucher, Sharon Dugo, Glenda Falwell, Jeanne

Friberg, Donna Garcia, Loan Jella, Kim Perdos, Karen Speroni, and Suzanne

Termatt. Volunteers really helped keep things running smoothly during this important

screening event.

Thank You! Carol Rothacker R.M. Health Clinic

LIBRARY NEWS

By Mary Colucci

Has your child ever said, “I have a report due tomorrow morning,” at 9:30 at

night after all the libraries are closed and you have no material on the subject at

home? We now have a wonderful solution.

At the ERMS website, go to the library, look for Online Resources: Subscription

databases (bullet 4 on the yellow column). This will give you a wonderful assortment

of research materials on all subjects. You will need passwords to use them,

but your child should have a gold sheet with all the resources listed and the passwords

for each. If you need one, come by the library. We are not allowed to place

passwords on our website. It is a great resource for magazine and newspaper article

as well as encyclopedias and other material and adults will find it very helpful

too.

You should take a look at netTrekker because it offers wonderful tutorials for

each of the subjects and will help your child understand anything they missed

from classroom instruction. It is like having a teacher at home and one that can

teach any subject!


ERMS Volume 9:05

Don’t forget that our next meeting is

Thursday, December 10 th in the Cafeteria!

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We will hold our officer elections at this meeting.

If you are interested in running for an office, please write up a

brief paragraph of why you think you are qualified for the

position and submit it to Mrs. Mullen in Room C-6 by

December 7 th .

If you were not able to come to the first meeting, you can still

attend this one! Just bring a permission slip and make sure

you know how you are getting home.

If due to a disability, you need assistance to enable you to participate

meaningfully in any meeting/conference/activity, please

contact Mrs. Beichler at 571-252-2140 at least FIVE (5)

WORKING DAYS prior to the event.

The LCPS School Board Policy Manual is available online at

www.loudoun.k12.va.us.

If you have magazines that you have finished

reading, send them to school! Our Work/

Family & Art classes can use them for projects!


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A DELICIOUS WAY TO SUPPORT EAGLE RIDGE.........

Subway restaurants offer the better-for-you, convenient way to dine and support our

school. Whether you are on the way to a practice or on your way home, SUBWAY will

always "Make the Grade!"

First, pick up a card at a Subway Restaurant. We know that Broadlands, Ashburn Farm,

and Ryan Park are definitely participating at this time. Next, Link it to Eagle Ridge by

visiting SubwaySchoolRewards.com. Lastly, every time you use your Subway card to

pay, Eagle Ridge earns a portion of your purchase! How easy is this!!! As always,

thanks for supporting Eagle Ridge!! So..........Load your Subway card and use it today!!!

SUBWAY ®


ERMS Volume 9:05

HELPING OUR SCHOOL EARN CASH - VERIZON

WIRELESS

Show your ERMS EAGLE SPIRIT

when you grocery shop!

No extra money needed for this

fundraiser!

Do you shop at Giant? Do you have a computer?

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Whether you are a new customer or an existing one with

Verizon wireless, you can earn cash for Eagle Ridge. Simply

take a few minutes to go to Verizonwireless.com/

myschool - It's that simple! So many families are already

using Verizon, so there is no risk, and you will be helping

our school at the same time!

Sign up with the Giant BonusBucks program by

going to www.giantfood.com/schools.

Designate ERMS #04232. When you shop, ERMS

will receive a percentage of the sale. These

funds are used for ERMS educational programs. No

extra money out of your pocket!

Do you shop at Harris Teeter?

When customers purchase select Harris

Teeter Brand products using their VIC

card, the Together in

Education program contributes a

percentage to their designated school. Go

online at www.harristeeter.com, click on

the Together In Education picture, and link

your card to Eagle Ridge (#5957). Again

no extra money out of your pocket!


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Loudoun County Public Schools

Parent Resource Center

December 2009 Event Schedule

For details and to register call 571-252-2185 or go to www.loudoun.k12.va.us/prc

Understanding Special Education

Designed for parents of children referred for eligibility for special

education services. This presentation covers the special education

referral process through eligibility with a brief overview of the IEP.

December 1

6-8 pm

20 Union Street, NW, Leesburg, 20176

The Individual Education Process

Includes a detailed description of the IEP process, overview of the IEP agenda and forms

December 10

6-8 pm

20 Union Street, NW, Leesburg, 20176

Autism Series: Autism & Adolescent Issues

Topics include concerns about:

Middle and High School, Health, Sensory, Behavior, Sexuality,

Hygiene, Socialization and more

December 3 at 7pm

Douglass Support Facility, 55 Plaza St. SE, Leesburg, 20175

If, due to a disability, you need assistance to participate in an event, or need an interpreter, please call Pam Spiering

at 571-252-2185 at least five working days before an event.


ERMS Volume 9:05

Come .. Join the fastest growing sport in

Northern Virginia!

Returning for its 2 nd year …

Registration for the spring 2010 season runs from

December 1 st to January 15 th

Boys and girls teams forming now in the

Broad Run & Stone Bridge attendance areas,

U7, U9, U11, U13 and U15 age groups

get more information at:

www.ashburnlacrosse.org

“The fastest game on two feet”

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Cafeteria News

The Loudoun County Public Schools new Secondary Lunch Menu is a

three week repeating menu. This menu may be viewed online at

www.loudoun.k12.va.us by selecting lunch menus. Paper copies are

available at all secondary schools.

December Hot Meal Menu Schedule

November 30 th thru December 4 th Week 3

December 7 th thru December 11 th Week 1

December 14 th thru December 18 th Week 2

December 21 st thru December 22 Week 3

January 4 th thru January 8 th Week 1

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