Announcements Day 3

EAST WILTSHIRE INTERMEDIATE

Friday, February 27, 2015, Day 3

The next Science Fair Club meeting will be next Tuesday March 3rd from 3:15-4:45.

If there are any students that are not in the Science Fair Club that wish to take part in the provincial Science Fair in April, please contact Ms. Deveau today or Monday at the latest.

Duke Of Edinburgh- All members are asked to meet today Period 7 in the Literacy Room #107.

Ski Club- Is a go for today.  Please be ready at dismissal.

GIRLS BADMINTON TRYOUTS Will begin next Tuesday and Thursday, after school until 4:30.  Permission slips will be in the lobby, and you must have a permission slip in order to try out.  ALSO, there is a sign up sheet outside Mrs. Foy’s classroom.  Please sign up here, if you intend on trying out this year:)

Band:

Would Honors Band students please go to the band room today at lunch to sign the honors band T Shirt.  Thanks

Band students have been leaving instruments outside the band room in the hallway.  Please don’t do this.  All instruments need to be placed on the proper shelf in the band room.  If the door is locked, you need to wait until Mr. Nabuurs opens it.  Thanks for your help with this.

Boys Badminton: Any boys interested in trying out for the boys badminton team, there will be a tryout on Wednesday, March 4th from 3:15-4:30pm.  Permission forms are in the lobby and need to be signed and returned to Mr. Phelan before practice on Wednesday.

Intramurals: Tug-O-War continues today. Please check the schedule in the lobby.

EWS Basketball: Players are asked to please return their uniform to Ms. Sanderson.

EWS Badminton: Permission forms are in the lobby. Tryouts will begin soon.

Field Hockey: The team photo for the Yearbook will be taken today during 3rd Period (11:20) Students will be paged down.

Basketball PEI is proud to announce that they are teaming with NBA shooting Coach Dave Love to offer shooting clinics for young area basketball players.

Coach Love is the shooting coach for the Orlando Magic and has worked with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Oklahoma City Thunder and Phoenix Suns in the NBA.  In addition, he was a CIS shooting coach for 9 seasons.  Coach Love has worked with several NBA players including Canadians Tristan Thompson and Anthony Bennett.

In these clinics players will learn what each part of their body should be doing, but also why they should be doing it.  They will learn how positive power affects their shot and some drills that Coach Love does with NBA players to develop solid mechanics.  This clinic is for all basketball players ages 11 and older, boys and girls.

Space is limited. Sign up today.

Date: Sun, Mar 8th, 2015

Location: Summerside Intermediate School (10am -1pm) or Charlottetown Rural (3pm-6pm)

Cost: $44.99

Register at: https://register.beanstream.com/scripts/registration.asp?form=2608

All grades 7-9 classes at EWS, who have consent and have parental permission to participate, will take part in this years SHAPES-PEI survey.  SHAPES-PEI has been collecting information over the past few years from students across the province on important youth health behaviors.  Students at EWS will participate in this survey on March 12 at 10a.m. The survey will take 30-40 minutes to complete and project staff will be present to provide teachers will all materials and instructions to administer the survey in their classrooms. Grade 7 and 8 students are reminded to return their permission forms as soon as possible to their homeroom teachers.  Grade 9 students and parents will receive their permission forms by mail.

Cafeteria Menu: There are three $5.00 specials today that you may also add a drink to for 0.50 cents Hawaiian punch.  The specials are:

  • Sweet and Sour Pineapple Meatballs with Steamed Noodles and Garlic Vegetables.
  • Chicken Teriyaki over Steamed Noodles
  • 2 Chicken Wings and 1 Spring Roll

Reminder to teachers: There will be a staff meeting Monday after school.

Next 50/50 draw will be a DOUBLE JACKPOT on Friday, February 27th!  Another $8.00 was raised for the Breakfast Program!  Thanks for playing!

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Announcements Day 2

EAST WILTSHIRE INTERMEDIATE

Thursday, February 26, 2015, Day 2

Boys A & AA Basketball team pictures will be taken at 11:50 a.m. in the lobby. 

French Club picture will be taken at silent reading today.

Could all Duke Students please bring their record books to school tomorrow? Thank you.

Wrestling Practice-Today (Thursday) after school until 4:30.

Gr.8/9 Hockey Academy will go to Synergy Fitness today (Thursday) at 1:55 pm.
All students should ensure that school work is caught up from any class time missed.

Media Club: Due to scheduling issues, the video at Founder’s Hall is cancelled for today, so all actors and club members will meet as usual in the Library today, Thursday, February 26 from 3:15 to 4:30. Bring your technology and your scripts.

*** 7 & 8 Teachers, please be advised that the Shapes Permission forms will be collected today. A student helper will be sent around to collect all forms.

Intramurals: The Homeroom Tug-O-War Challenge begins today! Please check the bulletin board in the lobby for when your class is scheduled to compete. A reminder that students     do not have to be changed to take part, but they must have suitable footwear on.

Basketball: Players are asked to please return their uniform to Ms. Sanderson asap.

Field Hockey: The team photo for the Yearbook will be taken tomorrow.

Basketball PEI is proud to announce that they are teaming with NBA shooting Coach Dave Love to offer shooting clinics for young area basketball players.

Coach Love is the shooting coach for the Orlando Magic and has worked with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Oklahoma City Thunder and Phoenix Suns in the NBA.  In addition, he was a CIS shooting coach for 9 seasons.  Coach Love has worked with several NBA players including Canadians Tristan Thompson and Anthony Bennett.

In these clinics players will learn what each part of their body should be doing, but also why they should be doing it.  They will learn how positive power affects their shot and some drills that Coach Love does with NBA players to develop solid mechanics.  This clinic is for all basketball players ages 11 and older, boys and girls.

Space is limited. Sign up today.

Date: Sun, Mar 8th, 2015

Location: Summerside Intermediate School (10am -1pm) or Charlottetown Rural (3pm-6pm)

Cost: $44.99

Register at: https://register.beanstream.com/scripts/registration.asp?form=2608

All grades 7-9 classes at EWS, who have consent and have parental permission to participate, will take part in this years SHAPES-PEI survey.  SHAPES-PEI has been collecting information over the past few years from students across the province on important youth health behaviors.  Students at EWS will participate in this survey on March 12 at 10a.m. The survey will take 30-40 minutes to complete and project staff will be present to provide teachers will all materials and instructions to administer the survey in their classrooms. Grade 7 and 8 students are reminded to return their permission forms as soon as possible to their homeroom teachers.  Grade 9 students and parents will receive their permission forms by mail.

Cafeteria Menu:

Att:  Parents, Students, Teachers: Tess Miller, Associate Professor Mathematics, Faculty of Education UPEI is offering 3 workshops to help people with math!  The workshops are open to anyone (parent, student, teacher). The themes for the workshops are fractions, decimals, and multiplication.

Dates:  Thursday – February 26 Time:   4:30 – 6:00 p.m. Place:   McDougall Hall, UPEI Cost:    FREE

NOTE:  Send a message to Tess at:  tsmiller@upei.ca  and let her know you will attend.  This will ensure that she will have enough materials for participants.

Next 50/50 draw will be a DOUBLE JACKPOT on Friday, February 27th!  Another $8.00 was raised for the Breakfast Program!  Thanks for playing!

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Announcements Day 1

EAST WILTSHIRE INTERMEDIATE

Wednesday, February 25, 2015, Day 1

 

 

Jazz Band Will rehearse this afternoon from dismissal until 4:30 PM.

 

Mr. Nabuurs would like to meet with the new grade 8 percussion section tomorrow (Thursday) at the beginning of your lunch.

 

Boys A & AA Basketball picture has been postponed until tomorrow.  Please make sure you have your uniforms here.

 

Wrestling Practice-Thursday after school until 4:30.

 

Ski Club- Is canceled today.

 

Intramurals: The Homeroom Tug-O-War Challenge begins today! Please check the bulletin board in the lobby for when your class is scheduled to compete. A reminder that students     do not have to be changed to take part, but they must have suitable footwear on.

 

Basketball: Players are asked to please return their uniform to Ms. Sanderson asap.

 

Gr.7 Hockey Academy will go today (Wednesday) to the APM Centre at 1:45 pm.
Gr.8/9 Hockey Academy will go to Synergy Fitness this Thursday at 1:55 pm.
All students should ensure that school work is caught up from any class time missed.

 

Media Club: Due to scheduling issues, the video at Founder’s Hall is cancelled for tomorrow, so all actors and club members will meet as usual in the Library tomorrow, Thursday, February 26 from 3:15 to 4:30. Bring your technology and your scripts.

 

*** 7 & 8 Teachers, please be advised that the Shapes Permission forms will be collected today and tomorrow. A student helper will be sent around to collect all forms.

 

Basketball PEI is proud to announce that they are teaming with NBA shooting Coach Dave Love to offer shooting clinics for young area basketball players.

Coach Love is the shooting coach for the Orlando Magic and has worked with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Oklahoma City Thunder and Phoenix Suns in the NBA.  In addition, he was a CIS shooting coach for 9 seasons.  Coach Love has worked with several NBA players including Canadians Tristan Thompson and Anthony Bennett.

In these clinics players will learn what each part of their body should be doing, but also why they should be doing it.  They will learn how positive power affects their shot and some drills that Coach Love does with NBA players to develop solid mechanics.  This clinic is for all basketball players ages 11 and older, boys and girls.

Space is limited. Sign up today.

Date: Sun, Mar 8th, 2015

Location: Summerside Intermediate School (10am -1pm) or Charlottetown Rural (3pm-6pm)

Cost: $44.99

Register at: https://register.beanstream.com/scripts/registration.asp?form=2608

 

All grades 7-9 classes at EWS, who have consent and have parental permission to participate, will take part in this years SHAPES-PEI survey.  SHAPES-PEI has been collecting information over the past few years from students across the province on important youth health behaviors.  Students at EWS will participate in this survey on March 12 at 10a.m. The survey will take 30-40 minutes to complete and project staff will be present to provide teachers will all materials and instructions to administer the survey in their classrooms. Grade 7 and 8 students are reminded to return their permission forms as soon as possible to their homeroom teachers.  Grade 9 students and parents will receive their permission forms by mail.

 

Cafeteria Menu: Spaghetti and Meat sauce served with Garlic Breadstick and Caesar Salad for $5.00 or 4 Chicken Nuggets served with Rice or Potato Wedges for $4.25.

 

Att:  Parents, Students, Teachers: Tess Miller, Associate Professor Mathematics, Faculty of Education UPEI is offering 3 workshops to help people with math!  The workshops are open to anyone (parent, student, teacher). The themes for the workshops are fractions, decimals, and multiplication.

Dates:  Thursday – February 26 Time:   4:30 – 6:00 p.m. Place:   McDougall Hall, UPEI Cost:    FREE

NOTE:  Send a message to Tess at:  tsmiller@upei.ca  and let her know you will attend.  This will ensure that she will have enough materials for participants.

 

Next 50/50 draw will be a DOUBLE JACKPOT on Friday, February 27th!  Another $8.00 was raised for the Breakfast Program!  Thanks for playing!

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Announcements Day 6

EAST WILTSHIRE INTERMEDIATE

Tuesday, February 24, 2015, Day 6

There are a couple pairs of earrings that have been turned into the office, if you are missing a pair please come take a look.

 

Could the following students please see Mr. Nabuurs at lunch time today:  Esther Puiras, Brandon MacLean and Amahri Young.

 

Breakfast Program Student Volunteers please meet in the foyer, with teachers permission, at silent reading, today, Tuesday, February 24, 2015.

 

Could all Grade 7 and 8 Student Council reps please come to the lobby at silent reading for a year book photo.

 

Grade 8 Math Tutoring- Today in Mme. St. Coeur’s room 904 right after school until 4:00 p.m.

 

Wrestling Practice- Today and Thursday after school until 4:30.

 

Ski Club- Wednesday and Friday this week.  Sign up outside Mr. Galaise’s room.

 

Gr.7 Hockey Academy will go this Wednesday to the APM Centre at 1:45 pm.
Gr.8/9 Hockey Academy will go to Synergy Fitness this Thursday at 1:55 pm.
All students should ensure that school work is caught up from any class time missed.

 

Brainstorming Workshop

All parents, educators and members of the community are invited to attend our “brainstorming workshop” to identify and discuss important educational issues where PEIHSF can affect change.  This is the last of 4 workshops held across the Island in Jan.Feb.  See Montague, Spring Park and Elm Street workshop reports online at: peihsf.ca

  • Tuesday, February 24, 6:30 p.m., Bloomfield Elementary School,         2472 O’Halloran Road, Rte. 145 Bloomfield Corner

Facilitator:  Peter Rukavina, No pre-registration is required.  For more information, contact: 620-3186 / 1-800-916-0664 / peihsf@edu.pe.ca

Intramurals: Today is sign up and play Indoor Soccer. Space is limited.

Tug-O-War sheets: All sign-up sheets should be handed in by now and we hope to begin tomorrow.

EWS Basketball:

“A” Girls: Lost 26-20 to Birchwood in playoff action yesterday. It was a close, exciting game and the girls should be very proud of how they played all season! Special recognition to our graduating players: Sydney Wheatley, Caitlin Jameson, Amy Thompson, Yun Huang, Jessica Gallant, & Abby Clow.

“AA” Girls: The girls lost 30-29 in an exciting game versus Queen Charlotte. Top scorers for EWS were Haley Cole (10) and Emma Vos (7). Congratulations to the girls on a great season!

“A” Boys: Lost to Francois Buote yesterday. Top scorers for EWS were Hunter Darrach (9), Daniel Mowat (8), and Ryan Larter (5).

EWS would like to thank our volunteer basketball coaches: Mike Leclair, Mr. Stanley, Ms.Toole, Ms.Sanderson, Lori Noonan, Kyle Noonan, Tim Keizer, Mr.Brown, and Brenda Brydon. Thank you for all your time and care towards our student-athletes.

Basketball Scorekeepers: Thank you goes out to our student scorekeepers who do an outstanding job at our home basketball games. They are: Reilly MacKenzie, Dakota Clow, Griffin Walsh, Maria MacKenzie, and Karley McKinnon.

 

Yearbook Photos: Team pictures will be taken tomorrow during silent reading for: Girls Field Hockey, “A” Boys Basketball, and “AA” Boys Basketball. Basketball players must have their uniforms with them.

 

Basketball PEI is proud to announce that they are teaming with NBA shooting Coach Dave Love to offer shooting clinics for young area basketball players.

Coach Love is the shooting coach for the Orlando Magic and has worked with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Oklahoma City Thunder and Phoenix Suns in the NBA.  In addition, he was a CIS shooting coach for 9 seasons.  Coach Love has worked with several NBA players including Canadians Tristan Thompson and Anthony Bennett.

In these clinics players will learn what each part of their body should be doing, but also why they should be doing it.  They will learn how positive power affects their shot and some drills that Coach Love does with NBA players to develop solid mechanics.  This clinic is for all basketball players ages 11 and older, boys and girls.

Space is limited. Sign up today.

Date: Sun, Mar 8th, 2015

Location: Summerside Intermediate School (10am -1pm) or Charlottetown Rural (3pm-6pm)

Cost: $44.99

Register at: https://register.beanstream.com/scripts/registration.asp?form=2608

 

All grades 7-9 classes at EWS, who have consent and have parental permission to participate, will take part in this years SHAPES-PEI survey.  SHAPES-PEI has been collecting information over the past few years from students across the province on important youth health behaviors.  Students at EWS will participate in this survey on March 12 at 10a.m. The survey will take 30-40 minutes to complete and project staff will be present to provide teachers will all materials and instructions to administer the survey in their classrooms. Grade 7 and 8 students are reminded to return their permission forms as soon as possible to their homeroom teachers.  Grade 9 students and parents will receive their permission forms by mail.

 

Cafeteria Menu: Hot Chicken on a Bun Served with Mashed Potato and Kernel Corn for $5.00 or Baked Potato Loaded with Pulled Pork, choice of Veggies and Cheese for $4.50

 

Att:  Parents, Students, Teachers: Tess Miller, Associate Professor Mathematics, Faculty of Education UPEI is offering 3 workshops to help people with math!  The workshops are open to anyone (parent, student, teacher). The themes for the workshops are fractions, decimals, and multiplication.

Dates:  Thursday – February 26 Time:   4:30 – 6:00 p.m. Place:   McDougall Hall, UPEI Cost:    FREE

NOTE:  Send a message to Tess at:  tsmiller@upei.ca  and let her know you will attend.  This will ensure that she will have enough materials for participants.

 

Next 50/50 draw will be a DOUBLE JACKPOT on Friday, February 27th!  Another $8.00 was raised for the Breakfast Program!  Thanks for playing!

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Announcements Day 5

EAST WILTSHIRE INTERMEDIATE

Monday, February 23, 2015, Day 5

There were a pair of glasses and a pair of earrings found last week, if you are missing either of these items please come to the office to have a look!

Grade 8 Math Tutoring- Tomorrow in Mme. St. Coeur’s room 904 right after school until 4:00 p.m.

Wrestling Practice- Tuesday and Thursday after school until 4:30.

Ski Club- Wednesday and Friday this week.  Sign up outside Mr. Galaise’s room.

Gr.7 Hockey Academy will go this Wednesday to the APM Centre at 1:45 pm.

Gr.8/9 Hockey Academy will go to Synergy Fitness this Thursday at 1:55 pm. 

All students should ensure that school work is caught up from any class time missed.

Brainstorming Workshop

All parents, educators and members of the community are invited to attend our “brainstorming workshop” to identify and discuss important educational issues where PEIHSF can affect change.  This is the last of 4 workshops held across the Island in Jan.Feb.  See Montague, Spring Park and Elm Street workshop reports online at: peihsf.ca

  • Tuesday, February 24, 6:30 p.m., Bloomfield Elementary School,         2472 O’Halloran Road, Rte. 145 Bloomfield Corner

Facilitator:  Peter Rukavina, No pre-registration is required.  For more information, contact: 620-3186 / 1-800-916-0664 / peihsf@edu.pe.ca

Intramurals: Free-play badminton.

Intramural Tug-O-War: Homeroom classes are asked to please return the Tug-O-War sheets to Mr. MacAdam or Ms. Sanderson by the end of the day today.

EWS Basketball: All 4 EWS teams are in playoff action today. Good luck!

“A” Girls: Birchwood @ EWS at 4:00 pm. Players, please be excused at 2:45 pm.

“A” Boys: Francois Buote @ EWS at 5:30 pm. Please note the change – the game is now here at EWS.

“AA” Girls: EWS @ Queen Charlotte. Players, please dismiss at 2:45 and be prepared for taxis leaving at 3:00 pm. Game time is 4:00 pm.

“AA” Boys: EWS @ Stonepark. Players, please dismiss at 2:50 and be prepared for taxis leaving at 3:05 pm. Game time is 4:00 pm.

Basketball Scorekeepers: 4:00 game – Reilly, Dakota, Karley  5:30 game – Reilly, Dakota, Maria.  Please see Ms. Sanderson during lunch if you are unable to work.

Basketball PEI is proud to announce that they are teaming with NBA shooting Coach Dave Love to offer shooting clinics for young area basketball players.

Coach Love is the shooting coach for the Orlando Magic and has worked with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Oklahoma City Thunder and Phoenix Suns in the NBA.  In addition, he was a CIS shooting coach for 9 seasons.  Coach Love has worked with several NBA players including Canadians Tristan Thompson and Anthony Bennett.

In these clinics players will learn what each part of their body should be doing, but also why they should be doing it.  They will learn how positive power affects their shot and some drills that Coach Love does with NBA players to develop solid mechanics.  This clinic is for all basketball players ages 11 and older, boys and girls.

Space is limited. Sign up today.

Date: Sun, Mar 8th, 2015

Location: Summerside Intermediate School (10am -1pm) or Charlottetown Rural (3pm-6pm)

Cost: $44.99

Register at: https://register.beanstream.com/scripts/registration.asp?form=2608

 

All grades 7-9 classes at EWS, who have consent and have parental permission to participate, will take part in this years SHAPES-PEI survey.  SHAPES-PEI has been collecting information over the past few years from students across the province on important youth health behaviors.  Students at EWS will participate in this survey on March 12 at 10a.m. The survey will take 30-40 minutes to complete and project staff will be present to provide teachers will all materials and instructions to administer the survey in their classrooms. Grade 7 and 8 students are reminded to return their permission forms as soon as possible to their homeroom teachers.  Grade 9 students and parents will receive their permission forms by mail.

 

Cafeteria Menu: Homemade Lasagna served with Garlic Breadstick and Caesar Salad for $5.00 or 3 Buttermilk pancakes served with Fresh Pineapple, Bananas, Mandarin oranges and topped with Whipped topping and Syrup.  Sprinkled with Shredded Coconut for $4.50

 

Att:  Parents, Students, Teachers: Tess Miller, Associate Professor Mathematics, Faculty of Education UPEI is offering 3 workshops to help people with math!  The workshops are open to anyone (parent, student, teacher). The themes for the workshops are fractions, decimals, and multiplication.

Dates:  Thursday – February 26 Time:   4:30 – 6:00 p.m. Place:   McDougall Hall, UPEI Cost:    FREE

NOTE:  Send a message to Tess at:  tsmiller@upei.ca  and let her know you will attend.  This will ensure that she will have enough materials for participants.

#22 Gina Foy would have won $8.00 if she had played the 50/50 a long time ago!  Next draw will be a DOUBLE JACKPOT on Friday, February 27th!  Another $8.00 was raised for the Breakfast Program!  Thanks for playing!

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Reminders

Dear Parent or Guardian,

We would just like to remind everyone that Monday,February 23rd 2015 will be Day 5.

Also a reminder to all grade 9 students that grad pictures will be taken on Monday, February 23rd and Tuesday, February 24th 2015. It is suggested that all males bring a shirt and tie if possible, and all females wear a v-neck or tank top so the shirt will not show under the gown.

Thank you
EWS

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Announcements Day 3

EAST WILTSHIRE INTERMEDIATE

Thursday, February 12, 2015, Day 3

From East Wiltshire staff, we would like to say a Huge Thank-you! To the EWS Home and School Committee and to the parents who supported the staff appreciation luncheon.

Grade 9 Band has band practice AGAIN tomorrow morning.

Honors Band students are asked to go to the band room to put their name on an Honors Band shirt.  Also, please turn in any leftover ticket money.

The Peer Helpers will be selling Valentine’s Day themed buttons for $1.00 during both lunches today (Thursday).  They will also be selling them at the dance on Thursday night.  All proceeds go to The Free the Children Foundation! Buy one for your Valentine!!!

Students/Staff- Just a reminder of the school dance on Thursday night from 7:00-10:00 p.m. the cost is $5.00.  There will be no bus passes issued Thursday!!

Grade 9 graduation pictures have been rescheduled to February 23rd & 24th.

Attention Duke of Edinburgh- All members are asked to meet in the lobby today at the beginning of period 7.

There will be no Ski Club tomorrow!

Leadership Class- will meet during silent reading in the Cafeteria Extension.

Media Club: we meet today in the library from 3:15 to 4:30.

French Club-Just a reminder the 2nd $200.00 payment is due February 17th 2015.

Hockey Academy- Grade 8/9: Go to Synergy Fitness today ( Thursday) at 1:55 p.m. Please ensure all work is caught up on from the classes missed.

Intramurals: Fortress Dodgeball.

EWS Basketball:

“AA” Girls: The girls host Stonepark today at 4:00 pm.

“AA” Boys: The boys host Francois Buote in an exhibition game today at 5:30 pm.

“A” Girls: The girls lost to Montague yesterday. Top scorers for EWS were Anna McAleer, Abby Clow, Jessica Gallant, and Jackie Best. No practice today, game tomorrow versus Grace Christian (at EWS 4:00).

“A” Boys: The boys lost to Montague yesterday. Top scorers for EWS were Daniel Mowat, Hunter Darrach, and Ryan Larter. No practice today.

Basketball Scorekeepers for today’s games are: Reilly & Dakota.

All grades 7-9 classes at EWS, who have consent and have parental permission to participate, will take part in this years SHAPES-PEI survey.  SHAPES-PEI has been collecting information over the past few years from students across the province on important youth health behaviors.  Students at EWS will participate in this survey on March 12 at 10a.m. The survey will take 30-40 minutes to complete and project staff will be present to provide teachers will all materials and instructions to administer the survey in their classrooms. Grade 7 and 8 students are reminded to return their permission forms as soon as possible to their homeroom teachers.  Grade 9 students and parents will receive their permission forms by mail.

Cafeteria Menu: Sweet and Sour Meatballs with Rice and Stir Fried Vegetables for $5.00 or Hamburger with Baked Potato Wedges or Side Salad for $4.05.

Att:  Parents, Students, Teachers: Tess Miller, Associate Professor Mathematics, Faculty of Education UPEI is offering 3 workshops to help people with math!  The workshops are open to anyone (parent, student, teacher). The themes for the workshops are fractions, decimals, and multiplication.

Dates:  Thursday – February 26 Time:   4:30 – 6:00 p.m. Place:   McDougall Hall, UPEI Cost:    FREE

NOTE:  Send a message to Tess at:  tsmiller@upei.ca  and let her know you will attend.  This will ensure that she will have enough materials for participants.

WINTER WOODLOT TOUR 2015: FORESTS FOR ISLANDERS:

Watershed organizations from Wheatley, Hunter-Clyde and West Rivers, working with the PEI Departments of Agriculture and Forestry, and Tourism and Culture would like to invite the public to attend the fifth annual Winter Woodlot Tour on Saturday February 14th, 2015.

This free event will run from 9:00AM -1:00PM at the Brookvale Nordic Centre (#1800, Rte 13, Brookvale).

QEH Youth Volunteer Program – Come Join Us If you are currently in Grades 9 – 12, you are eligible to participate in the QEH Youth Volunteer Program.  The 2015 Youth Volunteer Program will run for ten weeks beginning in late June until September 7th.   Youth volunteers must be able to commit to the program for these ten weeks.  The commitment involves a consistent weekly shift of approximately three or four hours depending on the volunteer assignment.  With the exception of illness or a short holiday, youth volunteers are expected to meet these requirements.  Any applicant planning to be absent for more than two of the ten weeks of the program will be unable to participate.  Through participation in the Youth Volunteer Program, youth will be eligible for the Department of Innovation and Advanced Learning’s Community Service Bursary Program.  Volunteer hours for the Community Service Bursary may be earned as soon as the student completes Grade 10 up until June 30 of their grade 12 year (maximum of 2 years).  If you are a student on Grades 9 – 12 and interested in being a Youth Volunteer this summer, please contact the Volunteer Services Department at 894-2003.  If you are a student currently in Grade 7 or 8, you are also encouraged to contact the Volunteer Services Department now to have your name added to our Youth Volunteer Wait list for when you have completed Grade 9.

50/50 from last week is carried over to this week.  Anyone that paid for last week has been given an extra week paid.

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