East Wiltshire Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, October 30th , 2020 Day 1

Online payments may be made at eastwiltshire@edu.pe.ca for any school related fees.  Please have student name, class and reason for payment.  Student fees are $25.00 or $45.00 per family.  If you wish to buy a school mask you may purchase one for $5.00.

SCHOOL PICTURES – Picture orders are due back by Wednesday, November 4th.  Orders can be sent back to the Homeroom Teacher or they may be placed online.  Picture retakes will be held Tuesday, November 17th.

REMINDERS TO STUDENTS:

  1. You must be wearing your masks in the hallways – which means – you can not eat in the hall.  You have to eat in your Homeroom.  You need to be bringing a mask to school.  There are some available for emergency, but not to be provided daily or multiple times a day.
  2. Grade 8 and 9 students can only use the main doors.  They are not permitted to use the grade 7 entrance at any time.
  3. When in your homerooms, please do not be in your teacher’s space by their desk or chair.  This area is reserved

     for teachers only.

GRADE 8 AFTER SCHOOL ART CLUB –3:15-4:30pm on Wednesdays in November..  Each session will cost $2.00 to cover cost of materials.  There is a limit of 20 students per session. Grade 8’s sign up outside Mrs. Griffiths office.  Grade 9’s will be offered grade 9’s will be Dec/Jan.  Don’t forget to sign up for each session.  Any questions please see Ms.Webster or Mrs Doyle Hogan.

Friday – costume day – however only the acceptable non-medical face masks are acceptable as masks.

HOCKEY ACADEMY –Grade 8/9 members of the hockey academy that applied for the season will start next week on Thursday, October 29th.   Any more applications for GRADE 8 and 9 members will be placed on a waiting list.   More information to come.

Grade 7 members that applied will hit the ice after Christmas.  If there are any more Grade 7’s still interested in handing in applications please do so in the main office.  There is a limited numbers of spots available.

East Wiltshire sports practice and game schedule – Oct. 26 – Oct. 30

Friday, Oct. 30th   

3:30 – 5:00           Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00           Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

East Wiltshire sports practice and game schedule – Nov. 2nd – Nov. 7th

A reminder to get athletic fees in. With our seasons winding down, these need to be paid soon. We need to have them all come in or make some sort of arrangement.  Some who golfed at the tryouts did not pay their $10.00 green fee, that needs to be taken care of.  Soccer and field hockey – $15.00, Volleyball – $20.00, Cross Country – $5.00, Golf – $10.00 plus the green fees.

Uniforms need to be passed in as well.  Volleyball is the only sport in action at the moment, all others should be passed in.  No need to wash, I wash them all before putting them away.

Monday, Nov. 2nd  

3:30 – 5:00           Girl’s Volleyball – Full Gym

5:15 – 6:45           Boy’s Volleyball – Full Gym

Tuesday, Nov. 3rd     

4:00                   AA Girls  Volleyball vs Stonepark – Playoffs game!!!  EWS Gym

Wednesday, Nov 4th

3:30 – 5:00           Boy’s Volleyball – Full Gym

5:15 – 6:45           Girl’s Volleyball – Full Gym

Thursday, Nov 5th      

3:30 – 5:00           Boy’s  Volleyball vs. winner of Birchwood and Queen Charlotte – EWS Gym

TBA                    AA Girls Volleyball at Queen Charlotte (if/when they win on Tuesday) – Parents

Friday, Nov. 6th  

TBA                    Girl’s Volleyball – Bronze Medal games (if they lose Thursday’s game) @ SIS

TBA                    Boy’s Volleyball – Bronze Medal games (if they lose Thursday’s game) @ SIS

Saturday, Nov. 7

TBA                    Girl’s Volleyball – Gold Medal games (if they Win Thursday’s game) @ SIS

TBA                    Boy’s Volleyball – Gold Medal games (if they Win Thursday’s game) @ SIS

 Join our Youth Art Show! Our Cornwall Library annual Youth Art Show runs during December. Any young artists in Cornwall and surrounding area are welcome to submit a piece of visual art (painting, photograph, pottery, mixed media, etc.) to our group show. Deadline for dropping off your piece is Friday, November 27th at 5:00 p.m. There is no theme to this group show: you may submit any single item you would like to include, which has NOT previously been exhibited in the gallery. Maximum framed width is 24″. If your work is a piece to be hung, it MUST have two eye-hooks and a wire on the back. Contact the library for details at 902-629-8415.  Due to COVID restrictions, there will not be an opening event. The show will run during the entire month of December during open library hours. Cornwall Public Library
39 Lowther Drive, Town Hall
Cornwall, PEI
(902) 629-8415  Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 700
           Cornwall, PEI   C0A 1H0
Email:  cornwall@gov.pe.ca  Website:  www.library.pe.ca      Open Hours:Tuesday / Wednesday  1:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 
Thursday / Friday / Saturday    9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
1:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
 

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East Wiltshire Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, October 29th , 2020 Day 6

Online payments may be made at eastwiltshire@edu.pe.ca for any school related fees.  Please have student name, class and reason for payment.  Student fees are $25.00 or $45.00 per family.  If you wish to buy a school mask you may purchase one for $5.00.

SCHOOL PICTURES – Picture orders are due back by Wednesday, November 4th.  Orders can be sent back to the Homeroom Teacher or they may be placed online.  Picture retakes will be held Tuesday, November 17th.

REMINDERS TO STUDENTS:

  1. You must be wearing your masks in the hallways – which means – you can not eat in the hall.  You have to eat in your Homeroom.  You need to be bringing a mask to school.  There are some available for emergency, but not to be provided daily or multiple times a day.
  2. Grade 8 and 9 students can only use the main doors.  They are not permitted to use the grade 7 entrance at any time.
  3. When in your homerooms, please do not be in your teacher’s space by their desk or chair.  This area is reserved

     for teachers only.

GRADE 8 AFTER SCHOOL ART CLUB –3:15-4:30pm on Wednesdays in November..  Each session will cost $2.00 to cover cost of materials.  There is a limit of 20 students per session. Grade 8’s sign up outside Mrs. Griffiths office.  Grade 9’s will be offered grade 9’s will be Dec/Jan.  Don’t forget to sign up for each session.  Any questions please see Ms.Webster or Mrs Doyle Hogan.

Friday – costume day – however only the acceptable non-medical face masks are acceptable as masks.

HOCKEY ACADEMY –Grade 8/9 members of the hockey academy that applied for the season will start next week on Thursday, October 29th.   Any more applications for GRADE 8 and 9 members will be placed on a waiting list.   More information to come.

Grade 7 members that applied will hit the ice after Christmas.  If there are any more Grade 7’s still interested in handing in applications please do so in the main office.  There is a limited numbers of spots available.

East Wiltshire sports practice and game schedule – Oct. 26 – Oct. 30

Please continue to get your athletic fees in.  Fees for Soccer and Field hockey are $15.00, Golf is $10.00 t Green Fees, Cross Country is $5.00, Volleyball is $20.00.

Teams that are done for the season, please pass in uniforms, A Girls Soccer, AA Boys Soccer, Cross Country, and Golf.  No need to wash uniforms, we wash all uniforms before putting them away.

Congratulations to the AA girls’ field hockey who won GOLD last night and also to the AA girls’ soccer team who won BRONZE.

Thursday, Oct 29th        

3:30 – 5:00           Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00           Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Friday, Oct. 30th   

3:30 – 5:00           Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00           Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

 Join our Youth Art Show! Our Cornwall Library annual Youth Art Show runs during December. Any young artists in Cornwall and surrounding area are welcome to submit a piece of visual art (painting, photograph, pottery, mixed media, etc.) to our group show. Deadline for dropping off your piece is Friday, November 27th at 5:00 p.m. There is no theme to this group show: you may submit any single item you would like to include, which has NOT previously been exhibited in the gallery. Maximum framed width is 24″. If your work is a piece to be hung, it MUST have two eye-hooks and a wire on the back. Contact the library for details at 902-629-8415.  Due to COVID restrictions, there will not be an opening event. The show will run during the entire month of December during open library hours. Cornwall Public Library
39 Lowther Drive, Town Hall
Cornwall, PEI
(902) 629-8415  Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 700
           Cornwall, PEI   C0A 1H0
Email:  cornwall@gov.pe.ca  Website:  www.library.pe.ca      Open Hours:Tuesday / Wednesday  1:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 
Thursday / Friday / Saturday    9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
1:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
 

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, October 27th , 2020 Day 4

Online payments may be made at eastwiltshire@edu.pe.ca for any school related fees.  Please have student name, class and reason for payment.  Student fees are $25.00 or $45.00 per family.  If you wish to buy a school mask you may purchase one for $5.00.

SCHOOL PICTURES – Picture orders are due back by Wednesday, November 4th.  Orders can be sent back to the Homeroom Teacher or they may be placed online.  Picture retakes will be held Tuesday, November 17th.

REMINDERS TO STUDENTS:

  1. You must be wearing your masks in the hallways – which means – you can not eat in the hall.  You have to eat in your Homeroom.  You need to be bringing a mask to school.  There are some available for emergency, but not to be provided daily or multiple times a day.
  2. Grade 8 and 9 students can only use the main doors.  They are not permitted to use the grade 7 entrance at any time.
  3. When in your homerooms, please do not be in your teacher’s space by their desk or chair.  This area is reserved for teachers only.

Tuesday- Tie Dye or Neon & Chocolate Bar Bingo 

Wednesday – School spirit day wear school colors


Thursday – Twin/ Triplet day


Friday – costume day – however only the acceptable non-medical face masks are acceptable as masks.

GRADE 8 AFTER SCHOOL ART CLUB –3:15-4:30pm on Wednesdays in November..  Each session will cost $2.00 to cover cost of materials.  There is a limit of 20 students per session. Grade 8’s sign up outside Mrs. Griffiths office.  Grade 9’s will be offered in Dec/Jan.  Don’t forget to sign up for each session.  Any questions please see Ms.Webster or Mrs Doyle Hogan.

The EWS Library will be celebrating Halloween and School Library Day with a Frankentoy Contest!

Create a new toy by combining parts of older toys together: chop, saw, glue, staple, tape and sew to create something new and frightful for this Halloween competition. Let your imagination run wild! Be sure to give your creation a name and, if the spirit moves you, a short back story.Keep it simple and have fun. All entries are due on Monday, Oct. 26th- Canadian School Library Day! The entries will be displayed for the week in the library and a winner from each grade level will be selected on Oct.30 to receive a small prize. Frankentoys are inspired by the tale of  ‘Frankenstein’ by Mary Shelley. In this classic story a scientist, Victor Frankenstein, creates a monster by assembling old body parts and strange chemicals with a life-giving spark. The creature is rejected by mankind and seeks revenge on his creator. 

“If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!”-Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley

For inspiration, do a google search of ‘Frankentoys’.

Hockey Academy – GRADE 8/9 HOCKEY ACADEMY MEMBERS – THERE WILL BE A BRIEF MEETING IN THE CAFETERIA TOMORROW FOLLOWING AFTERNOON ATTENDANCE.  WAIT TO BE CALLED DOWN.

Grade 8/9 members of the hockey academy that applied for the season will start next week on Thursday, October 29th.   Any more applications for GRADE 8 and 9 members will be placed on a waiting list.   More information to come.

Grade 7 members that applied will hit the ice after Christmas.  If there are any more Grade 7’s still interested in handing in applications please do so in the main office.  There is a limited numbers of spots available.

East Wiltshire sports practice and game schedule – Oct. 26 – Oct. 30

Please continue to get your athletic fees in.  Fees for Soccer and Field hockey are $15.00, Golf is $10.00 t Green Fees, Cross Country is $5.00, Volleyball is $20.00.

Teams that are done for the season, please pass in uniforms, A Girls Soccer, AA Boys Soccer, Cross Country, and Golf.  No need to wash uniforms, we wash all uniforms before putting them away.

Tuesday, Oct. 27th     

6:00                   Field Hockey – vs. Queen Charlotte – Provincial Championship Game – UPEI

6:30                   Boy’s Volleyball at Birchwood – Students go home then parents drive

5:00                   Girl’s Volleyball vs. Summerside Int. – EWS Gym 

Wednesday, Oct. 28th 

3:30 – 5:00           Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00           Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Thursday, Oct 29th        

3:30 – 5:00           Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00           Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Friday, Oct. 30th   

3:30 – 5:00           Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00           Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Join our Youth Art Show! Our Cornwall Library annual Youth Art Show runs during December. Any young artists in Cornwall and surrounding area are welcome to submit a piece of visual art (painting, photograph, pottery, mixed media, etc.) to our group show. Deadline for dropping off your piece is Friday, November 27th at 5:00 p.m. There is no theme to this group show: you may submit any single item you would like to include, which has NOT previously been exhibited in the gallery. Maximum framed width is 24″. If your work is a piece to be hung, it MUST have two eye-hooks and a wire on the back. Contact the library for details at 902-629-8415.  Due to COVID restrictions, there will not be an opening event. The show will run during the entire month of December during open library hours. Cornwall Public Library
39 Lowther Drive, Town Hall
Cornwall, PEI
(902) 629-8415  Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 700
           Cornwall, PEI   C0A 1H0
Email:  cornwall@gov.pe.ca  Website:  www.library.pe.ca      Open Hours:      =+=+=+=Tuesday / Wednesday   1:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Thursday / Friday / Saturday    9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
   1:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
 

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East Wiltshire Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, October 26th , 2020 Day 4

Online payments may be made at eastwiltshire@edu.pe.ca for any school related fees.  Please have student name, class and reason for payment.  Student fees are $25.00 or $45.00 per family.  If you wish to buy a school mask you may purchase one for $5.00.

Student Council News:
This week is spirit week:
Monday – Cozy PJ day
Tuesday- Tie Dye or Neon Chocolate Bar Bingo
 Wednesday – School spirit day wear school colors
Thursday – Twin/ Triplet day
Friday – costume day – however only the acceptable non-medical face masks are acceptable as masks.

SCHOOL PICTURES – Picture orders are due back by Wednesday, November 4th.  Orders can be sent back to the Homeroom Teacher or they may be placed online.  Picture retakes will be held Tuesday, November 17th.

REMINDERS TO STUDENTS:

  1. You must be wearing your masks in the hallways – which means – you can not eat in the hall.  You have to eat in your Homeroom.  You need to be bringing a mask to school.  There are some available for emergency, but not to be provided daily or multiple times a day.
  2. Grade 8 and 9 students can only use the main doors.  They are not permitted to use the grade 7 entrance at any time.
  3. When in your homerooms, please do not be in your teacher’s space by their desk or chair.  This area is reserved

     for teachers only.

GRADE 7 AFTER SCHOOL ART CLUB –3:15-4:30pm on Wednesdays.  Each session will cost $2.00 to cover cost of materials.  Sign up sheet will be outside of Mrs. Doyle Hogan’s guidance area.  There is a limit of 20 students per session. Grade 8’s will be offered the month of November 2nd grade 9’s will be Dec/Jan.  Don’t forget to sign up for each session.  Any questions please see Ms.Webster or Mrs Doyle Hogan.

The EWS Library will be celebrating Halloween and School Library Day with a Frankentoy Contest!

Create a new toy by combining parts of older toys together: chop, saw, glue, staple, tape and sew to create something new and frightful for this Halloween competition. Let your imagination run wild! Be sure to give your creation a name and, if the spirit moves you, a short back story.Keep it simple and have fun. All entries are due on Monday, Oct. 26th- Canadian School Library Day! The entries will be displayed for the week in the library and a winner from each grade level will be selected on Oct.30 to receive a small prize. Frankentoys are inspired by the tale of  ‘Frankenstein’ by Mary Shelley. In this classic story a scientist, Victor Frankenstein, creates a monster by assembling old body parts and strange chemicals with a life-giving spark. The creature is rejected by mankind and seeks revenge on his creator. 

“If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!”-Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley

For inspiration, do a google search of ‘Frankentoys’.

Hockey Academy – Grade 8/9 members of the hockey academy that applied for the season will start next week on Thursday, October 29th.   Any more applications for GRADE 8 and 9 members will be placed on a waiting list.   More information to come.

Grade 7 members that applied will hit the ice after Christmas.  If there are any more Grade 7’s still interested in handing in applications please do so in the main office.  There is a limited numbers of spots available.

East Wiltshire sports practice and game schedule – Oct. 26 – Oct. 30

Please continue to get your athletic fees in.  Fees for Soccer and Field hockey are $15.00, Golf is $10.00 t Green Fees, Cross Country is $5.00, Volleyball is $20.00.

Teams that are done for the season, please pass in uniforms, A Girls Soccer, AA Boys Soccer, Cross Country, and Golf.  No need to wash uniforms, we wash all uniforms before putting them away.

Monday, Oct. 26th    

3:30 – 5:00           Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!

3:30 – 5:00           Girl’s Volleyball – Full Court

5:15 – 6:45           Boy’s Volleyball – Full Court

Tuesday, Oct. 27th     

6:00                   Field Hockey – vs. Queen Charlotte – Provincial Championship Game – UPEI

6:30                   Boy’s Volleyball at Birchwood – Students go home then parents drive

5:00                   Girl’s Volleyball vs. Summerside Int. – EWS Gym 

Wednesday, Oct. 28th 

3:30 – 5:00           Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00           Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Thursday, Oct 29th        

3:30 – 5:00           Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00           Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Friday, Oct. 30th   

3:30 – 5:00           Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00           Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Attn. School principals/Administrative Assistants

Please post the following news items in your school newsletters, websites and blogs.

Thank you.

Shirley

Home and School News, November 2020

1.         Reminder to pay 2020-2021 Membership Fees

Remind your Home and School Association treasurer to pay 2020-2021 Home and School membership fees by Nov. 1st.  Forms were mailed to presidents, mid-Sept. and is also available by clicking online or she/he may request by e-mailing the office at: peihsf@edu.pe.ca

2.         Parent Leadership Grants

Parent Leadership Project grants up to $1,000 are available to Home and School Associations. Projects are to focus on parent leadership and engagement in your school community. Click here for Application. Submit by the new submission deadline: Dec. 11, 2020.  Need more info? Contact Shirley at: peihsf@edu.pe.ca

3.         Recognition and Awards Programs 2021
Nominate deserving school staff, Home and School volunteers, school bus drivers, and school crossing guards for recognition by the P.E.I. Home and School Federation. 2021 submission deadlines apply.  Extra Mile Award nominations are due Jan. 22nd.  Click here to find more information.

4.         Effecting Change through Resolutions
It is useful and practical to effect change by using a formal resolution writing process. Parents and teachers are asked to consider presenting an issue in education that is affecting the learning success of students to influence change at the Provincial Level through the P.E.I. Home and School Federation’s advocacy policies (i.e. student wellness, curriculum needs, equity, diversity, student physical health, school bus safety, etc.). For reference, review the Federation’s Policy Manual. Submit 2021 resolutions by Jan. 31st to: peihsf@edu.pe.ca

5.         How can I sign up for the Healthy School Lunch Program?

Step 1: Sign up for the program at peischoolfood.ca.   
Step 2: You will receive an email with a username and password.
Step 3: Log in at peischoolfood.ca and order meals for two weeks at a time. You must complete your order the Friday before each new cycle. Click here for more information.

Telephone: 902-438-4895

Email: peischoolfood@edu.pe.ca (link sends e-mail)

Community News….

  • Start thinking about the annual Festive Wreath Exhibition! Open to children/youth, adults, groups, and businesses. Categories include child solo/children group/traditional/Green Living (recycled items), etc. ”Off The Wall” (non-traditional), sponsored by ‘The Dunes Gallery’. Use your imagination, and have fun. Drop off on Nov. 21 & 22, 1-3 pm at the Confederation Centre of the Arts. Entry fee $5. Wreaths will be on display at the Confederation Centre until Dec. 19. For info: 902-628-6141 / friends@confederationcentre.com

ü Children Learn better when they move around class = Research suggests they may be on to something. As “Science of Us” has previously noted, exercise can act as a memory boost. A study published last year in Pediatrics found that allowing time for physical activity during lessons helped elementary-school students to do better in both math and language lessons. Click here for more info

  • Canadian Children’s Book Centre = Each month CCBC brings a selection of Canadian books for children and teens. Click here to see the full book list. Interested in learning more about some of amazing nominated creators? Watch one of the panels presented as a part of TIFA. Sign up to attend today!  Enter here for a chance to win a copy of Pumpkinheads, written by Rainbow Rowell and illustrated by Faith Erin Hicks.
  • Net-Zero = Province is looking for input and bold ideas from Islanders to help reach Net Zero energy use consumption by 2030. Reaching Net Zero will take cooperation from Islanders – community groups, businesses, and all levels of government. To submit ideas and for more info, visit: Net-Zero.

Feel free to share it far and wide, we hope to reach many families! To register, contact Megan – megan.mcphee@ecdaofpei.ca or 368-1876 or by clicking here.

Community

Join our Youth Art Show! Our Cornwall Library annual Youth Art Show runs during December. Any young artists in Cornwall and surrounding area are welcome to submit a piece of visual art (painting, photograph, pottery, mixed media, etc.) to our group show. Deadline for dropping off your piece is Friday, November 27th at 5:00 p.m. There is no theme to this group show: you may submit any single item you would like to include, which has NOT previously been exhibited in the gallery. Maximum framed width is 24″. If your work is a piece to be hung, it MUST have two eye-hooks and a wire on the back. Contact the library for details at 902-629-8415.  Due to COVID restrictions, there will not be an opening event. The show will run during the entire month of December during open library hours. Cornwall Public Library
39 Lowther Drive, Town Hall
Cornwall, PEI
(902) 629-8415  Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 700
           Cornwall, PEI   C0A 1H0
Email:  cornwall@gov.pe.ca  Website:  www.library.pe.ca      Open Hours:      =+=+=+=Tuesday / Wednesday   1:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Thursday / Friday / Saturday    9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
   1:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
 

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East Wiltshire School Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, October 23rd , 2020 Day 2

Online payments may be made at eastwiltshire@edu.pe.ca for any school related fees.  Please have student name, class and reason for payment.  Student fees are $25.00 or $45.00 per family.  If you wish to buy a school mask you may purchase one for $5.00.

Full Student Council meeting today @ 12:30pm.  All homeroom reps should be there.  It will be on google meet.  All grade 7’s please go to Mr. Casey’s room.  All grade 8 and 9’s to the Science Lab – grade 8’s go in the right door, grade 9’s in the left.

GRADE 7 AFTER SCHOOL ART CLUB –3:15-4:30pm on Wednesdays.  Each session will cost $2.00 to cover cost of materials.  Sign up sheet will be outside of Mrs. Doyle Hogan’s guidance area.  There is a limit of 20 students per session. Grade 8’s will be offered the month of November 2nd grade 9’s will be Dec/Jan.  Don’t forget to sign up for each session.  Any questions please see Ms.Webster or Mrs Doyle Hogan.

The EWS Library will be celebrating Halloween and School Library Day with a Frankentoy Contest!

Create a new toy by combining parts of older toys together: chop, saw, glue, staple, tape and sew to create something new and frightful for this Halloween competition. Let your imagination run wild! Be sure to give your creation a name and, if the spirit moves you, a short back story.Keep it simple and have fun. All entries are due on Monday, Oct. 26th- Canadian School Library Day! The entries will be displayed for the week in the library and a winner from each grade level will be selected on Oct.30 to receive a small prize. Frankentoys are inspired by the tale of  ‘Frankenstein’ by Mary Shelley. In this classic story a scientist, Victor Frankenstein, creates a monster by assembling old body parts and strange chemicals with a life-giving spark. The creature is rejected by mankind and seeks revenge on his creator. “If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!”-Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley For inspiration, do a google search of ‘Frankentoys’.

Hockey Academy – Grade 8/9 members of the hockey academy that applied for the season will start next week on Thursday, October 29th.   Any more applications for GRADE 8 and 9 members will be placed on a waiting list.   More information to come.

Grade 7 members that applied will hit the ice after Christmas.  If there are any more Grade 7’s still interested in handing in applications please do so in the main office.  There is a limited numbers of spots available.

The AA Girls soccer team will meet in the gym right after lunch – short 10 minute meeting.

Friday, Oct. 23rd  

3:30 – 5:00               Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00               Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Saturday, Oct. 24th

TBA                        AA Girls Soccer Championships

East Wiltshire sports practice and game schedule – Oct. 26 – Oct. 30

Please continue to get your athletic fees in.  Fees for Soccer and Field hockey are $15.00, Golf is $10.00 t Green Fees, Cross Country is $5.00, Volleyball is $20.00.

Teams that are done for the season, please pass in uniforms, A Girls Soccer, AA Boys Soccer, Cross Country, and Golf.  No need to wash uniforms, we wash all uniforms before putting them away.

Monday, Oct. 26th    

3:30 – 5:00           Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!

3:30 – 5:00           Girl’s Volleyball – Full Court

5:15 – 6:45           Boy’s Volleyball – Full Court

Tuesday, Oct. 27th     

6:00                   Field Hockey – vs. Queen Charlotte – Provincial Championship Game – UPEI

6:30                   Boy’s Volleyball at Birchwood – Students go home then parents drive

5:00                   Girl’s Volleyball vs. Summerside Int. – EWS Gym 

Wednesday, Oct. 28th 

3:30 – 5:00           Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00           Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Thursday, Oct 29th        

3:30 – 5:00           Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00           Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Friday, Oct. 30th   

3:30 – 5:00           Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00           Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Join our Youth Art Show! Our Cornwall Library annual Youth Art Show runs during December. Any young artists in Cornwall and surrounding area are welcome to submit a piece of visual art (painting, photograph, pottery, mixed media, etc.) to our group show. Deadline for dropping off your piece is Friday, November 27th at 5:00 p.m. There is no theme to this group show: you may submit any single item you would like to include, which has NOT previously been exhibited in the gallery. Maximum framed width is 24″. If your work is a piece to be hung, it MUST have two eye-hooks and a wire on the back. Contact the library for details at 902-629-8415.  Due to COVID restrictions, there will not be an opening event. The show will run during the entire month of December during open library hours. Cornwall Public Library
39 Lowther Drive, Town Hall
Cornwall, PEI
(902) 629-8415  Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 700
           Cornwall, PEI   C0A 1H0
Email:  cornwall@gov.pe.ca  Website:  www.library.pe.ca      Open Hours:      =+=+=+=Tuesday / Wednesday   1:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Thursday / Friday / Saturday    9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
   1:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
 

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East Wiltshire Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, October 22nd , 2020 Day 1

EARLY MORNING BAND FOR 9AG IS CANCELLED FOR TOMORROW MORNING.

Online payments may be made at eastwiltshire@edu.pe.ca for any school related fees.  Please have student name, class and reason for payment.  Student fees are $25.00 or $45.00 per family.  If you wish to buy a school mask you may purchase one for $5.00.

GRADE 7 AFTER SCHOOL ART CLUB –3:15-4:30pm on Wednesdays.  Each session will cost $2.00 to cover cost of materials.  Sign up sheet will be outside of Mrs. Doyle Hogan’s guidance area.  There is a limit of 20 students per session. Grade 8’s will be offered the month of November 2nd grade 9’s will be Dec/Jan.  Don’t forget to sign up for each session.  Any questions please see Ms.Webster or Mrs Doyle Hogan.

The EWS Library will be celebrating Halloween and School Library Day with a Frankentoy Contest!

Create a new toy by combining parts of older toys together: chop, saw, glue, staple, tape and sew to create something new and frightful for this Halloween competition. Let your imagination run wild! Be sure to give your creation a name and, if the spirit moves you, a short back story.Keep it simple and have fun. All entries are due on Monday, Oct. 26th- Canadian School Library Day! The entries will be displayed for the week in the library and a winner from each grade level will be selected on Oct.30 to receive a small prize. Frankentoys are inspired by the tale of  ‘Frankenstein’ by Mary Shelley. In this classic story a scientist, Victor Frankenstein, creates a monster by assembling old body parts and strange chemicals with a life-giving spark. The creature is rejected by mankind and seeks revenge on his creator. 

“If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!”-Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley

For inspiration, do a google search of ‘Frankentoys’.

Hockey Academy – Grade 8/9 members of the hockey academy that applied for the season will start next week on Thursday, October 29th.   Any more applications for GRADE 8 and 9 members will be placed on a waiting list.   More information to come.

Grade 7 members that applied will hit the ice after Christmas.  If there are any more Grade 7’s still interested in handing in applications please do so in the main office.  There is a limited numbers of spots available.

East Wiltshire sports practice and game schedule – Oct. 19 – Oct. 23

Please continue to get your athletic fees in.  Fees for Soccer and Field hockey are $15.00, Golf is $10.00 t Green Fees, Cross Country is $5.00, Volleyball is $20.00.

Teams that are done for the season, please pass in uniforms, A Girls Soccer, AA Boys Soccer, Cross Country, and Golf.  No need to wash uniforms, we wash all uniforms before putting them away.

Thursday, Oct 22nd       

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s AA Soccer – Near end of soccer Field.

4:00                        Field Hockey – Playoff game vs. ?? – Terry Fox Complex – Parents Drive

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00               Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Friday, Oct. 23rd  

3:30 – 5:00               Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00               Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Saturday, Oct. 24th

TBA                        AA Girls Soccer Championships

Join our Youth Art Show! Our Cornwall Library annual Youth Art Show runs during December. Any young artists in Cornwall and surrounding area are welcome to submit a piece of visual art (painting, photograph, pottery, mixed media, etc.) to our group show. Deadline for dropping off your piece is Friday, November 27th at 5:00 p.m. There is no theme to this group show: you may submit any single item you would like to include, which has NOT previously been exhibited in the gallery. Maximum framed width is 24″. If your work is a piece to be hung, it MUST have two eye-hooks and a wire on the back. Contact the library for details at 902-629-8415.  Due to COVID restrictions, there will not be an opening event. The show will run during the entire month of December during open library hours. Cornwall Public Library
39 Lowther Drive, Town Hall
Cornwall, PEI
(902) 629-8415  Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 700
           Cornwall, PEI   C0A 1H0
Email:  cornwall@gov.pe.ca  Website:  www.library.pe.ca      Open Hours:      =+=+=+=Tuesday / Wednesday   1:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Thursday / Friday / Saturday    9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
   1:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
 

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East Wiltshire Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, October 21st  2020 Day 6

Online payments may be made at eastwiltshire@edu.pe.ca for any school related fees.  Please have student name, class and reason for payment.  Student fees are $25.00 or $45.00 per family.  If you wish to buy a school mask you may purchase one for $5.00.

GRADE 7 AFTER SCHOOL ART CLUB –3:15-4:30pm on Wednesdays.  Each session will cost $2.00 to cover cost of materials.  Sign up sheet will be outside of Mrs. Doyle Hogan’s guidance area.  There is a limit of 20 students per session. Grade 8’s will be offered the month of November 2nd grade 9’s will be Dec/Jan.  Don’t forget to sign up for each session.  Any questions please see Ms.Webster or Mrs Doyle Hogan.

The EWS Library will be celebrating Halloween and School Library Day with a Frankentoy Contest!

Create a new toy by combining parts of older toys together: chop, saw, glue, staple, tape and sew to create something new and frightful for this Halloween competition. Let your imagination run wild! Be sure to give your creation a name and, if the spirit moves you, a short back story.Keep it simple and have fun. All entries are due on Monday, Oct. 26th- Canadian School Library Day! The entries will be displayed for the week in the library and a winner from each grade level will be selected on Oct.30 to receive a small prize. Frankentoys are inspired by the tale of  ‘Frankenstein’ by Mary Shelley. In this classic story a scientist, Victor Frankenstein, creates a monster by assembling old body parts and strange chemicals with a life-giving spark. The creature is rejected by mankind and seeks revenge on his creator. 

“If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!”-Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley

For inspiration, do a google search of ‘Frankentoys’.

DUKE OF EDINBURGH – Information session will be held for any interested grade 9 students in the Science Lab at the beginning of lunch.  Please bring your mask.

Hockey Academy – Grade 8/9 members of the hockey academy that applied for the season will start next week on Thursday, October 29th.   Any more applications for GRADE 8 and 9 members will be placed on a waiting list.   More information to come.

Grade 7 members that applied will hit the ice after Christmas.  If there are any more Grade 7’s still interested in handing in applications please do so in the main office.  There is a limited numbers of spots available.

East Wiltshire sports practice and game schedule – Oct. 19 – Oct. 23

Please continue to get your athletic fees in.  Fees for Soccer and Field hockey are $15.00, Golf is $10.00 t Green Fees, Cross Country is $5.00, Volleyball is $20.00.

Teams that are done for the season, please pass in uniforms, A Girls Soccer, AA Boys Soccer, Cross Country, and Golf.  No need to wash uniforms, we wash all uniforms before putting them away.

Wednesday, Oct. 21st

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s AA Soccer – Full field

3:30 – 5:00               Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00               Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Thursday, Oct 22nd       

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s AA Soccer – Near end of soccer Field.

4:00                        Field Hockey – Playoff game vs. ?? – Terry Fox Complex – Parents Drive

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00               Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Friday, Oct. 23rd  

3:30 – 5:00               Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00               Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Saturday, Oct. 24th

TBA                        AA Girls Soccer Championships

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Tuesday, October 20th, 2020 Day 5

Online payments may be made at eastwiltshire@edu.pe.ca for any school related fees. Please have student name, class and reason for payment. Student fees are $25.00 or $45.00 per family. If you wish to buy a school mask you may purchase one for $5.00.

GRADE 7 AFTER SCHOOL ART CLUB – 3:15-4:30pm on Wednesdays. Each session will cost $2.00 to cover cost of materials. Sign up sheet will be outside of Mrs. Doyle Hogan’s guidance area. There is a limit of 20 students per session. Grade 8’s will be offered the month of November 2nd grade 9’s will be Dec/Jan. Don’t forget to sign up for each session. Any questions please see Ms.Webster or Mrs Doyle Hogan.

The EWS Library will be celebrating Halloween and School Library Day with a Frankentoy Contest!
Create a new toy by combining parts of older toys together: chop, saw, glue, staple, tape and sew to create something new and frightful for this Halloween competition. Let your imagination run wild! Be sure to give your creation a name and, if the spirit moves you, a short back story.Keep it simple and have fun. All entries are due on Monday, Oct. 26th- Canadian School Library Day! The entries will be displayed for the week in the library and a winner from each grade level will be selected on Oct.30 to receive a small prize. Frankentoys are inspired by the tale of ‘Frankenstein’ by Mary Shelley. In this classic story a scientist, Victor Frankenstein, creates a monster by assembling old body parts and strange chemicals with a life-giving spark. The creature is rejected by mankind and seeks revenge on his creator.
“If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!”-Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley
For inspiration, do a google search of ‘Frankentoys’.

BAND – Information about the band program, including this month’s early morning rehearsal schedule, can be found on the band blog: https://eastwiltshireschoolband.com/
Students may also pick up a printed copy of the schedule in the band room.
Please follow the blog (add your preferred email address on the home page) to receive email notifications when new posts are added.
East Wiltshire sports practice and game schedule – Oct. 19 – Oct. 23
Please continue to get your athletic fees in. Fees for Soccer and Field hockey are $15.00, Golf is $10.00 t Green Fees, Cross Country is $5.00, Volleyball is $20.00.
Teams that are done for the season, please pass in uniforms, A Girls Soccer, AA Boys Soccer, Cross Country, and Golf. No need to wash uniforms, we wash all uniforms before putting them away.

Tuesday, Oct. 20th
4:30 Girl’s AA Soccer vs. Birchwood – Terry Fox Complex – Parents drive. PLAYOFFS
3:30 – 5:00 Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!
5:00 Boy’s Volleyball vs. Montague Intermediate – EWS Gym
4:30 Girl’s Volleyball at M. E. Callaghan – Parents Drive

Wednesday, Oct. 21st
3:30 – 5:00 Girl’s AA Soccer – Full field
3:30 – 5:00 Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!
3:30 – 5:00 Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym
3:30 – 5:00 Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Thursday, Oct 22nd
3:30 – 5:00 Girl’s AA Soccer – Near end of soccer Field.
4:00 Field Hockey – Playoff game vs. ?? – Terry Fox Complex – Parents Drive
3:30 – 5:00 Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym
3:30 – 5:00 Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Friday, Oct. 23rd
3:30 – 5:00 Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!
3:30 – 5:00 Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym
3:30 – 5:00 Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Saturday, Oct. 24th
TBA AA Girls Soccer Championships

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, October 19th,  2020 Day 4

Online payments may be made at eastwiltshire@edu.pe.ca for any school related fees.  Please have student name, class and reason for payment.  Student fees are $25.00 or $45.00 per family.  If you wish to buy a school mask you may purchase one for $5.00.

GRADE 7 AFTER SCHOOL ART CLUB –3:15-4:30pm on Wednesdays.  Each session will cost $2.00 to cover cost of materials.  Sign up sheet will be outside of Mrs. Doyle Hogan’s guidance area.  There is a limit of 20 students per session. Grade 8’s will be offered the month of November 2nd grade 9’s will be Dec/Jan.  Don’t forget to sign up for each session.  Any questions please see Ms.Webster or Mrs Doyle Hogan.

The EWS Library will be celebrating Halloween and School Library Day with a Frankentoy Contest!

Create a new toy by combining parts of older toys together: chop, saw, glue, staple, tape and sew to create something new and frightful for this Halloween competition. Let your imagination run wild! Be sure to give your creation a name and, if the spirit moves you, a short back story.Keep it simple and have fun. All entries are due on Monday, Oct. 26th- Canadian School Library Day! The entries will be displayed for the week in the library and a winner from each grade level will be selected on Oct.30 to receive a small prize. Frankentoys are inspired by the tale of  ‘Frankenstein’ by Mary Shelley. In this classic story a scientist, Victor Frankenstein, creates a monster by assembling old body parts and strange chemicals with a life-giving spark. The creature is rejected by mankind and seeks revenge on his creator. 

“If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!”-Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley

For inspiration, do a google search of ‘Frankentoys’.

BAND – Information about the band program, including this month’s early morning rehearsal schedule, can be found on the band blog: https://eastwiltshireschoolband.com/
Students may also pick up a printed copy of the schedule in the band room.
Please follow the blog (add your preferred email address on the home page) to receive email notifications when new posts are added.

East Wiltshire sports practice and game schedule – Oct. 19 – Oct. 23

Please continue to get your athletic fees in.  Fees for Soccer and Field hockey are $15.00, Golf is $10.00 t Green Fees, Cross Country is $5.00, Volleyball is $20.00.

Teams that are done for the season, please pass in uniforms, A Girls Soccer, AA Boys Soccer, Cross Country, and Golf.  No need to wash uniforms, we wash all uniforms before putting them away.

Monday, Oct. 19th    

4:00 – 5:30                Girl’s AA Soccer – Full field

3:30 – 5:00               Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s Volleyball – Full Court

5:15 – 6:45               Boy’s Volleyball – Full Court

Tuesday, Oct. 20th     

4:30                   Girl’s AA Soccer vs. Birchwood – Terry Fox Complex – Parents drive. PLAYOFFS

3:30 – 5:00               Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!

5:00                        Boy’s Volleyball vs. Montague Intermediate – EWS Gym

4:30                        Girl’s Volleyball at M. E. Callaghan – Parents Drive

Wednesday, Oct. 21st

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s AA Soccer – Full field

3:30 – 5:00               Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00               Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Thursday, Oct 22nd       

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s AA Soccer – Near end of soccer Field.

4:00                        Field Hockey – Playoff game vs. ?? – Terry Fox Complex – Parents Drive

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00               Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Friday, Oct. 23rd  

3:30 – 5:00               Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00               Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Saturday, Oct. 24th

TBA                        AA Girls Soccer Championships

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, October 16th,  2020 Day 3

Online payments may be made at eastwiltshire@edu.pe.ca for any school related fees.  Please have student name, class and reason for payment.  Student fees are $25.00 or $45.00 per family.  If you wish to buy a school mask you may purchase one for $5.00.

GRADE 7 AFTER SCHOOL ART CLUB –3:15-4:30pm on Wednesdays.  Each session will cost $2.00 to cover cost of materials.  Sign up sheet will be outside of Mrs. Doyle Hogan’s guidance area.  There is a limit of 20 students per session. Grade 8’s will be offered the month of November 2nd grade 9’s will be Dec/Jan.  Don’t forget to sign up for each session.  Any questions please see Ms.Webster or Mrs Doyle Hogan.

Library Fundraiser: Thank you to everyone who participated in the EWS Library Fundraiser (Indigo/FlipGive).  We raised $1079 of our $1000 goal.  To have a look at some of the books that have been purchased with the money raised, check out the EWS Virtual Library using the link below. Thank you again 🙂  https://sites.google.com/cloud.edu.pe.ca/ewslibrary/home

BAND – Information about the band program, including this month’s early morning rehearsal schedule, can be found on the band blog: https://eastwiltshireschoolband.com/
Students may also pick up a printed copy of the schedule in the band room.
Please follow the blog (add your preferred email address on the home page) to receive email notifications when new posts are added.

ATHLETICS

Friday, Oct. 16th  

3:30 – 5:00               Field Hockey practice at the school field.

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00               Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

East Wiltshire sports practice and game schedule – Oct. 19 – Oct. 23

Please continue to get your athletic fees in.  Fees for Soccer and Field hockey are $15.00, Golf is $10.00 t Green Fees, Cross Country is $5.00, Volleyball is $20.00.

Teams that are done for the season, please pass in uniforms, A Girls Soccer, AA Boys Soccer, Cross Country, and Golf.  No need to wash uniforms, we wash all uniforms before putting them away.

Monday, Oct. 19th    

4:00 – 5:30                Girl’s AA Soccer – Full field

3:30 – 5:00               Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s Volleyball – Full Court

5:15 – 6:45               Boy’s Volleyball – Full Court

Tuesday, Oct. 20th     

4:30                   Girl’s AA Soccer vs. Birchwood – Terry Fox Complex – Parents drive. PLAYOFFS

3:30 – 5:00               Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!

5:00                        Boy’s Volleyball vs. Montague Intermediate – EWS Gym

4:30                        Girl’s Volleyball at M. E. Callaghan – Parents Drive

Wednesday, Oct. 21st

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s AA Soccer – Full field

3:30 – 5:00               Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00               Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Thursday, Oct 22nd       

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s AA Soccer – Near end of soccer Field.

4:00                        Field Hockey – Playoff game vs. ?? – Terry Fox Complex – Parents Drive

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00               Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Friday, Oct. 23rd  

3:30 – 5:00               Field Hockey – Field Hockey field!

3:30 – 5:00               Girl’s Volleyball – Split Gym

3:30 – 5:00               Boy’s Volleyball – Split Gym

Saturday, Oct. 24th

TBA                        AA Girls Soccer Championships

Congratulations to all cross country runners who ran in the provincial meet yesterday.  Special recognition goes out to Rowan Tremere who finished second in intermediate boys, Sarah Lewis who finished sixth in intermediate girls, Rachel Campbell who finished tenth in Bantam girls, and Kaleb Vos finished fourth in Bantam boys. That concludes our running for the 2020 year!

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