The first day of school is approaching quickly. Here is important information to help you prepare for this important day. Check items off your list now, and then enjoy the rest of summer! 

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Pre-elementary

Eton School provides supplies for students.

Lower Elementary

Eton School provides supplies for students.

4th Grade Supply List

  • Three ring binder with an enclosed accordion organizer (zipper or Velcro closure). Example: Case It

  • Lined loose-leaf paper (not from a spiral bound notebook)

  • Mechanical pencils with 0.7 or 0.9 lead OR #2 pencils and manual pencil sharpener 

  • Three-ring pencil pouch

  • Eraser 

  • Glue Sticks

  • Colored pencils 

  • Post It Flags (skinny plastic ones work best)

  • Geometry Tool Set:

    • Protractor

    • Set square (smaller size)

    • Six-Inch Ruler

  • 1G (or larger) Flash Drive (with a case)
  • Ear Buds

  • Highlighter pen (any color)

  • Ballpoint pen (any color)

  • KCLS library card with PIN # written down or memorized

  • Pack of 3x5” Lined Notecards **

  • ½” 3-Ring Binder with Front View Cover**

  • Five Pack Dividers**

  • Tri-fold Presentation Board**

Eton School provides academic planners, general supplies, and notebooks for specific classes. 

**Needed in February for STEAM Expo project.

4th Grade Supply List (pdf)

5th Grade Supply List

 Required Materials

  • 5 Mechanical Pencils with extra lead, and/or 10-15 Regular Pencils

  • Erasers

  • Colored Pencils

  • Pencil Sharpener

  • Colored Pens (Need something other than black for marking assignments; having a variety of colors is fun, but not necessary.)

  • Flash Drive (1 GB is plenty.  Ideally, for school-use only; pictures, music, games, and other personal files should be stored elsewhere.)

  • 2 One-Inch Three Ring Binders** (View binders that allow you to slip papers on the front, back, and side. It’s also nice if they have hardcovers to double as solid writing surfaces.)

  • 6 Pocket Dividers with Tabs

  • 2 Pocket Folders

  • Loose-Leaf, Lined Paper, at least 200 sheets (College Rule, or Standard if preferred.)

  • Pencil Case

  • Earphones or Earbuds (To be left at school.)

  • Water Bottle (To be left at school)

Optional Materials 

  • Locker Shelf/Organizers (The sturdier the better; free-standing shelves work well, while in contrast, the tension shelves almost always fall.)

  • Markers

  • Sharpies or Other Permanent Markers (Might be nice to have various colors, and/or thin and fine point sizes.)

  • Magnets (For decorating or posting things on lockers. Stronger magnets are great, as weaker ones tend to fall when the lockers are opened and closed; tape, glue, and other adhesives may not be used on lockers.)

  • Card Stock, 110 Lb. (Not necessary, but nice for some assignments.)

  • Geometry Set

  • Tape and/or Glue

**For the way fifth grade is organized, the large, zipper binders that hold all subjects tend to overflow very quickly, and/or become heavy and unwieldy.  If you prefer them, that’s fine, but having two separate one-inch binders will probably be easier to use.

Download to Print 5th Grade Supply List (pdf)

6th-8th Grade Supply List

Basic Supplies

  • Binder or Accordion Folder (to carry papers)
  • Package of Subject Dividers for Binder
  • Notebook Paper
  • Pencil Box or Zippered Pouch
  • Pencils and Pens
  • Pens (black and red)
  • Colored Pencils (Prismacolor Scholar are great)
  • Three Different Colored Highlighters
  • Post-It Notes (to tab literature books  and can be small)

Technology Supplies

  • Earbuds or Light Headphones 
  • 4G USB Drive (marked with the student’s name)
  • Laptop (Minimum Specifications)
    • Windows
      • Operating System: Windows 10
      • Computer & Processor:  2 GHz or faster x86 64-bit and 4 GB RAM (64-bit)
      • Monitor Resolution: 1920 x 1080
      • Browser:  Current Version of Chrome, Firefox, MS Edge, Internet Explorer
      • Software: Please install and license Office 365 suite of applications (includes Word, PowerPoint, and Excel).
    • Apple
      • Operating System: OS X 10.11 or above
      • Computer & Processor: 2 GHz or faster Intel Chip and 4 GB RAM (64-bit)
      • Monitor Resolution: 1920 x 1080
      • Browser: Current Version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari
      • Software: Please install and license Office 365 suite of applications (includes Word, PowerPoint, and Excel).

Specifically Grades 6

  • 1 Staples Accel Durable Poly Cover #579722 Graph Ruled Notebook, 1 Subject, 100 sheets, 1 Divider, 2 Pockets (for shared Social Studies/Science)
  • 3 Wide-Ruled Composition Notebooks
  • Scientific Calculator
  • One Extra Composition Book

Specifically Grades 7-8

  • Two Spiral-Bound Graph Paper Notebook (non-spiral notebooks fall apart)
  • 2 Wide-Ruled Composition Notebooks
  • One 3-Hole Spiral-Bound Ruled Notebook
  • TI-84 Plus CE Graphing Calculator (an online emulator can be used if preferred)

Student ORCA Card (All 6-8 Students)

You can order the reduced fair student card by mail with proof of age for field trips taken via King County Metro/Sound Transit. Use the following link and scroll down to reduced fares: https://orcacard.com/ERG-Seattle/getACard.do?m=2

Download Grade 6-8 Supply List for Printing (pdf)

School Spirit Items and Clothing

Although the banner and button below says "School Uniform," please rest assured that Eton School does not have a school uniform. What we do have is school spirit merchandise offered through Lands' End.

By partnering with Lands' End, we are able to offer a variety merchandise, styles, and sizes. Clothing sizes range from Toddler to Adult with colors ranging from green with a white logo, to white with a green logo and pewter heather with a green logo.

Use the Lands' End button below to visit our store on their site and show school spirit with Eton School items and clothing.

 

 

Back-to-School Forms & Information

Emergency Consent Form (All Students)

Immunization/Exemption (All New Students)

Health and Medical Forms (Individual Students)

The following forms must be on file when it applies to the student's health:

Anaphylaxis Action Plan (fillable pdf)

Medication at School Letter and Physician's/Health Care Provider's Order (fillable pdf)

Asthma/Allergy Action Card (fillable pdf)

Also, any child with life-threatening conditions is required to have an Individual Health Plan (fillable pdf) on file with the school. A life-threatening condition is defined as “a health condition that will put the child in danger of death during the school day if a medication or treatment order and a nursing plan are not in place.”

A licensed Health Care Provider must complete the above forms. The Health Care Provider may choose to use his/her forms or one of our above forms provided by you. Please allow at least five days for the Health Care Provider to complete the forms.

Email completed forms to registrar@etonschool.org.

Enter/Update Your Information

Before the child’s first day of school, parents/guardians must update their information via inResonance Online (requires login).

  • Household Information
    • Home Address
    • Home Phone (If none, leave blank)
  • Parent A Contact Information:
    • Name (if misspelled or incorrect)
    • Cell Phone
    • Email
    • Work Information (optional)
  • Parent B Contact Information (Person living in the same household If none, please leave blank.)
    • Name (if misspelled or incorrect)
    • Cell Phone
    • Email
    • Work Information (optional)
  • Emergency (Parents are always the first ones contacted. If parents cannot be reached, then the school uses the contact provided.)
  • Pick Up (List others who you authorize to pick up your child.)

ACH Form

Eton School uses an ACH form for payment of Clubhouse charges. If you plan to use Clubhouse and do not have this form on file, please complete it and bring to Eton School's Office with a voided check.

ACH Form (pdf)

Due by September 4, 2018.

 

Volunteer Form

Technology RUP (All New Students & Returning Students in 1st, 4th & 6th Grade)

Parent/Guardian Handbook

The Parent/Guardian Handbook is your reference guide to Eton School. The Handbook is updated each year providing you current information from policies and procedures to classroom information and who to contact when you have a question. 

All parents are required to read the handbook, and to sign and submit Parent/Guardian Handbook Acknowledgement Form. You can find both of these items on your Portal (login required).


 

General Information

Website Login

Welcome to the Eton School 2018-2019 Academic Year! We look forward to having you as an active participant in your child's education.

Our website plays a vital role in providing and sharing information with you. We restrict access to a portion of our site to parents of enrolled students, and a login is required. Here are the steps to set up your account if you are new to our website and to retrieve your password if needed:

  1. Click "Portal Login" in the top right corner of any page.

  2. On the login page, click "Forgot Username or Password."

  3. Enter your email in the new window and click submit.

  4. Check your email for a message and directions to set your password. Please check your junk/spam/clutter folder if it does not arrive within 5 minutes.

  5. Follow the directions in the email to create a new password.

  6. Use your newly created password along with your username (firstname.lastname) to log in. 

When you see "Welcome" and your name, you are logged in to the Parent Portal. Congratulations!

If you have any questions or problems, please contact our Director of Communications and Marketing, Alice McNeer at communications@etonschool.org or (425) 881-4230 ext. 131.

Optional Hot Lunch

Provided by Lunch Ladies Catering

View a Sample Menu

Lunch Prices and Options

  • $4.65 plus tax for the main entree with two side items (usually a fruit and vegetable)
  • $5.65 plus tax for an added extra entree with two side items (usually a fruit and vegetable)
  • $1.00 to $2.50 for A La Carte items such as additional fruits, water, juice, cookies, fruit snacks, and brownies

Ordering Options

  • Daily, weekly or monthly
  • Order online by 8:00 p.m. for lunch to be served on the next day
  • No service on early dismissal days or school closed days

Ordering Instructions

New Clients

  1. Go to: https://lunchladiescatering.boonli.com/home
  2. Click on Create an Account and enter Eton’s password of ES252. Fill in the requested information in the Account Registration page.
  3. When the account set up is complete, click “Create User Profile” and then enter the information for your child(ren) and assign your child to their classroom. You can view your child's classroom on the right side of your portal page (login required). Students in 4th-8th grade are listed by grade/subject on the portal page instead of a classroom. Here are the classrooms for grades 4-8:
  • 4th: Casa V
  • 5th: Casa III
  • 6th: Veledare North
  • 7th & 8th: Veldare South
  1. Sign in with your username and password.
  2. The current month will display. Select the date you want to order for, and click on Add items.
  3. Make your selections. A side screen to Review Today’s Order will pop up with your item choice.
  4. Click on Go to Next Day/Cart. Once all selections have been made, click on Go to Cart and proceed to Checkout.
  5. Pay at Checkout. Please be sure to complete the check-out process. Do not close your browser before receiving the confirmation display or your order may be interrupted and not fully processed. Items left in your shopping cart will not be processed, and your order will not be placed.

Returning Clients

  1. Go to: https://lunchladiescatering.boonli.com/home
  2. Sign in with your username and password.
  3. Choose your child and add their grade for the new school year, then click on update profile.
  4. If a student has graduated, select their name and click "remove profile."
  5. Once all profiles are updated, you can begin placing orders. (See steps above steps 5-8).

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Lunch Ladies Catering at (425) 444-9573 or by email at w-szabo@hotmail.com.

Bringing a Lunch

When packing a lunch for your child, please keep the following in mind.

Washington State Department of Early Learning (WAC 170-295-3160 3a) requires that we notify parents that the meals they provide for their children must meet the daily nutritional requirement of:

  • A dairy product (such as milk, cottage cheese, yogurt, cheese)

  • Meat or meat alternative (such as beef, fish, poultry, legumes, tofu, or beans)

  • A grain product (such as bread, cereal, bagel, or rice cake)

  • Fruits or vegetables (2 fruits or 2 vegetables or one fruit and 1 vegetable to equal the total portion size required and when serving juice in its place, it must be one hundred percent fruit or vegetable juice)

  • A liquid to drink, which could be water or one of the required components such as milk, fruit or vegetable juice

A microwave oven and hot water are not available for lunches brought from home. The Department of Early Learning regulation states that milk and perishables must be in insulated containers with an ice pack. The temperature should be under 45 degrees Fahrenheit. Additionally, please pack the flatware needed for your child’s meal.

School Hours with Arrival and Dismissal

Office (Main Building) Hours

8:00 am – 4:30 pm (M–F when school is open)

Arrival (Drop Off)

Pre-elementary (Mezzo): 8:45 a.m.–9:05 a.m.

Lower Elementary (Main): 8:25 a.m.–8:45 a.m.

Upper Elementary (Mezzo): 8:10 a.m.–8:25 a.m.

Middle School (Mezzo or Veladare): 8:10 a.m.–8:25 a.m.

Class Hours

Pre-elementary (Mezzo): 9:00 a.m.–2:50 p.m.                   

Lower Elementary (Main): 8:40 a.m.–3:15 p.m.

Upper Elementary (Casa): 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.

Middle School (Veladare): 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.

Dismissal (Pick Up)*

2:50 p.m. Pre-elementary at Mezzo  

3:05 p.m. Carpool for Pre-elementary and Lower Elementary at Main

3:15 p.m. Lower Elementary at Main

3:25 p.m. Middle School at Veladare

3:30 p.m. Upper Elementary and Middle School at Mezzo

3:40 p.m. Carpool for All Levels at Main

*Students not picked up 10 minutes beyond their dismissal time are signed into the appropriate childcare site. Please note the exception for students dismissed at Veladare, who have an earlier dismissal time and therefore not clocked into Clubhouse until 15 minutes after their dismissal time.

 

after

Clubhouse (Childcare)

To assist families, Eton offers childcare both before and after school as well as on specific holidays and school breaks. Washington State Department of Early Learning (DEL) requires that all Pre-elementary students who are attending Clubhouse to be signed in and out by a parent or authorized adult.

Clubhouse Opens at 7:30 a.m.:

  • P3-K in the Mezzo Building
  • Grades 1-8 in the Main Building. At 8:10 a.m., Upper Elementary and Middle School students walk to their buildings.

Afternoon Clubhouse opens at dismissal and closes at 6:00 p.m.:

  • P3 and P4 in the Mezzo Building
  • Grades K-8 in the Main Building

On days when school is closed, Clubhouse and Clubhouse Camp is open from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.:

  • P3 and P4 Clubhouse Camp in the Casa Building
  • Grades K–8 Clubhouse in the Main Building

Clubhouse/Clubhouse Camp Rates

Before and After School for a Standard School Day

  • $11.00 per hour per student with $500 maximum per student per month
  • $2.00 per minute per student for any student remaining beyond 6:00 p.m.

Early Dismissal and School Closed Days (excluding Mid-Winter and Spring Breaks)

  • $11.00 per hour per student with no maximum
  • $2.00 per minute per student for any student remaining beyond 6:00 p.m.

Mid-Winter and Spring Breaks

  • $11.00 per hour per student with no maximum
  • $2.00 per minute per student for any student remaining beyond 6:00 p.m.

Complimentary Clubhouse

Clubhouse (childcare) is complimentary to families with multiple children across levels during arrival and dismissal times according to the following guidelines.

Morning Clubhouse
Childcare is complimentary for siblings at a younger level starting from the oldest sibling’s arrival time until the starting time for the younger child. For example, a family with a child in Upper Elementary and a child in Pre-elementary may drop off the older child at Upper Elementary arrival time of 8:10 a.m. and then sign the younger one in for Casa Clubhouse. The time between sign in for the younger sibling and 8:45 a.m. is complimentary. If two or more families are carpooling in the morning and have multiple children across levels, they may also receive complimentary childcare for the younger ones between arrival times if they set it up with Eton School’s Auxiliary Program Coordinator ahead of time.

After-School Clubhouse
Childcare is complimentary for siblings at a younger level starting from their dismissal time until the dismissal time for the oldest sibling. For example, a family with a Pre-elementary student and a Middle School student receive complimentary Clubhouse for the Pre-elementary child from dismissal to Middle School’s dismissal time. If two or more families are carpooling in the afternoon and have multiple children across grade levels, they may also receive complimentary childcare for the younger students between dismissal time if they set it up with Eton School’s Auxiliary Program Coordinator.

After-School Classes

Although the class day ends, opportunities for students to enrich their learning continue. Eton makes its facility available to a variety of outside vendors/instructors for after-school enrichment classes (all grades) and clubs (grades 4-8).

After-School Class registration is online and on a first come, first served basis. Although not required, we recommend parents log in to eliminate the steps of having to enter their name and e-mail on the form. When the class is full, a waiting list is created.

Schedule

  •  Fall Classes
    • Friday, September 7: Program Guide Goes Home with Students
    • Monday, September 17: Registration Opens Online at 7:00 a.m.
    • Monday, September 24: Classes Begin
    • Friday, September 28: Registration Closes at 11:30 p.m.
    • No Classes:
      • Monday, October 15 through Wednesday, October 17
      • Monday, November 19 through Tuesday, November 20
      • On School Closed Days
    • Monday, December 10 through Friday, December 14: Last Week of Classes
       
  • Winter Classes
    • Friday, December 7: Program Guide Goes Home with Students
    • Monday, December 10: Registration Opens Online at 7:00 a.m.
    • Monday, January 7: Classes Begin
    • Friday, January 11: Registration Closes at 11:30 p.m.
    • No Classes:
      • Monday, February 11 through Wednesday, February 13
      • On School Closed Days
    •  Monday, March 25 through Thursday, March 28: Last Week of Classes
       
  • Spring Classes
    • Thursday, March 28: Program Guide Goes Home with Students
    • Monday, April 1: Registration Opens Online at 7:00 a.m.
    • Monday, April 15: Classes Begin
    • Friday, April 19: Registration Closes at 11:30 p.m.
    • No Classes: On School Closed Days
    • Monday, June 3 through Friday, June 7: Last Week of Classes

Registrations