Friday, May 25th, 2018 Day 2

 Friday, May 25th, 2018 Day 2

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Friday, May 25th

Noon – Field events for those who qualify for Provincials – Come see one of the PE staff at noon.

3:40 – A Girls Flag Football vs. Queen Charlotte Gold (Cornwall Turf) Take bus 171

4:30 – A Girls Flag Football vs. Birchwood (Cornwall Turf) 

The AA Girl’s Flag Football team lost their first two games of the season 19-18 to Queen Charlotte and 34-27 to Montague last night.  A great effort considering 7 of the regulars are on the band trip in Nova Scotia and the A team players filled in for them!

 The Girl’s Softball team defeated Queen Charlotte # 2 team 15-0 last night.  Winning pitcher was Kylee Campbell.  Players of the game were Emily Thistle and Brooke Foster

 CAFETERIA

Chicken stirfry served on Cantonese noodles $5.25

Garlic wedge with side salad and juice cup $5.00

Chicken salad sandwich with homemade soup of the day $4.50

 CAVENDISH FARM FRY WAGON UPCOMING SCHEDULE:

 Tuesday May 29 The Cavendish Farms Fry Wagon will be on site over both lunches Tuesday May 29th. They will be selling cans of pop for $1, hotdogs for $2 and fries for $2.50. You can make it a combo and get all 3 items for $5. All money raised will go towards the U14 East PEI girls fast pitch team!  Tuesday, June 12 and Monday, June 18 Fry Wagon  – Proceeds to French Club Trip

 Bonshaw Ceilidh Sunday ​​May 27

The monthly Ceilidh Concert at the Bonshaw Hall will be Sunday, May 27  from 2 – 4 pm. Performers include special musical guests  Island Girls

(DonnaLee Perry, Alice Gallant and Sadie Perry) and singer/songwriters David MacKay and Evan Martin. Plus regulars Herb MacDonald, Andrea Corder, Phil Pineau and Tony the Troubador.  50/50 draw, cookies & tea, and open mic. Admission is by donation with proceeds going to the PEI Chapter of the Canadian ​​Hard of Hearing Association. All ages welcome; accessible for small wheelchairs. For more information phone 902-675-4093 or check the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/592420241122311/

 Home and School News – June 2018

  1. Congratulations Provincial Heritage Fair students!

In recognition of the excellent work of students, the PEI Home and School Federation awards specialty prizes in the Provincial Heritage Fair: This year’s recipients are:

Lucy Bernard, Grade 5, “The History of Barnyard Organics ,

Athena Consolidated School

Benjamin MacIsaac, Grade 8, “B. MacIsaac – Sapper in World War I”,

 Hernewood Intermediate School

2.Federation Awards

School Crossing Guard and School Bus Driver Awards will be presented in June in recognition for keeping children safe when walking and travelling on the bus to and from school throughout the school year.

  Election of Local Executive/Board members

June is an excellent time to hold Home and School election of officers to allow your new executive time to prepare for the new school year in September. If you need guidance, contact the Federation office at: 620-3186 / 1-800-916-0664 / peihsf@edu.pe.ca

Home & School Handbook “How to run an effective meeting” is available in print form and online at: http://peihsf.ca/sites/default/files/2015%20%20Handbook%20Revised%20Aug%202015_1.pdf

 

  1. 65th AGM & Convention

The 65th Annual Meeting minutes, resolutions, roundtable and report theme summaries are posted on the Federation’s website at: http://peihsf.ca/agm

 More…..

~ The SK Teacher Projects: In Churchbridge, SK, Amanda takes her class outdoors to experience agriculture first hand. She is passionate about the Agriculture in the Classroom program, and is grateful for the land donated to the school by a local farmer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMuSCcxzDGE&feature=youtu.be

 ~ Summer Reading: The research is clear that children who don’t read during the summer can lose up to three months of reading progress and that loss has a cumulative, long-term effect. The following website provides resources and articles about summer reading and summer learning loss. Plus you’ll discover great activities to encourage kids to learn, read, and have fun in the summer sun. See also Topics A-Z: Summer Readinghttp://www.readingrockets.org/calendar/summer

 ~ Learning Disabilities Association PEI honours an educator who has made a significant impact upon the education of children with Learning Disabilities on Prince Edward Island. Submit nominations to: info@ldapei.ca / (902) 894-5032

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Thursday, May 24, 2018 Day 1

ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Thursday, May 24th, 2018 Day 1

  • ***The Library will continue to be a Zen Zone for the rest of the year. This idea has been quite positive for the library environment this week and so, it will continue. Students are encouraged to study, complete their work quietly, conduct research, or grab a coloring sheet if they wish, while using this space. As always, students are asked to be respectful of the space and of those around them.

 

 

Thursday, May 24th

Noon – Field events for those who qualify for Provincials – Come see one of the PE staff at noon.

3:15 – 4:30 – Track – Outside

3:30 – AA Girls Flag Football vs. Queen Charlotte (Cornwall Turf) Take bus 171.

4:30 – Girls softball @ Queen Charlotte (Coop field – Queen Elizabeth Park)  Taxis will be taken.  Get ready after school.

7:30 – AA Girls Flag Football vs. Montague (**Francois Buote) Parents transport.

4:30 – 6:00 – Boy’s Flag Football practice on the School Soccer Field

 

Friday, May 25th

Noon – Field events for those who qualify for Provincials – Come see one of the PE staff at noon.

3:40 – A Girls Flag Football vs. Queen Charlotte Gold (Cornwall Turf) Take bus 171

4:30 – A Girls Flag Football vs. Birchwood (Cornwall Turf) 

 

 

CAFETERIA

Chicken leg, 2 egg rolls and veg $5.00

Baked chicken nuggets with baked potato wedges and juice $5.00

½ turkey and cheddar wrap with homemade soup of the day $4.50

 

CAVENDISH FARM FRY WAGON UPCOMING SCHEDULE:

 

Tuesday May 29 The Cavendish Farms Fry Wagon will be on site over both lunches Tuesday May 29th. They will be selling cans of pop for $1, hotdogs for $2 and fries for $2.50. You can make it a combo and get all 3 items for $5. All money raised will go towards the U14 East PEI girls fast pitch team!

Tuesday, June 12 and Monday, June 18 Fry Wagon  – Proceeds to French Club Trip

 

Bonshaw Ceilidh Sunday ​​May 27

The monthly Ceilidh Concert at the Bonshaw Hall will be Sunday, May 27  from 2 – 4 pm. Performers include special musical guests  Island Girls

(DonnaLee Perry, Alice Gallant and Sadie Perry) and singer/songwriters David MacKay and Evan Martin. Plus regulars Herb MacDonald, Andrea Corder, Phil Pineau and Tony the Troubador.  50/50 draw, cookies & tea, and open mic. Admission is by donation with proceeds going to the PEI Chapter of the Canadian ​​Hard of Hearing Association. All ages welcome; accessible for small wheelchairs. For more information phone 902-675-4093 or check the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/592420241122311/

 

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Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018 Day 6

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018  Day 6

 

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  • ***The Library will continue to be a Zen Zone for the rest of the year. This idea has been quite positive for the library environment this week and so, it will continue. Students are encouraged to study, complete their work quietly, conduct research, or grab a coloring sheet if they wish, while using this space. As always, students are asked to be respectful of the space and of those around them.

 Photography club will be held tonight after school for this week only.

 Art classes after school today in the Industrial Arts Lab.

Wednesday, May 23rd

Noon – Field events for those who qualify for Provincials – Come see one of the PE staff at noon.

3:30 – 5:00 – Girl’s Flag Football practice on the School Soccer Field

4:30 – A Boy’s Flag Football vs. Stonepark (Cornwall Turf) – take bus 171

3:15 – 4:30 – Track – Outside

Thursday, May 24th

Noon – Field events for those who qualify for Provincials – Come see one of the PE staff at noon.

3:15 – 4:30 – Track – Outside

3:30 – AA Girls Flag Football vs. Queen Charlotte (Cornwall Turf) Take bus 171.

4:30 – Girls softball @ Queen Charlotte (Coop field – Queen Elizabeth Park)  Taxis will be taken.  Get ready after school.

7:30 – AA Girls Flag Football vs. Montague (**Francois Buote) Parents transport.

4:30 – 6:00 – Boy’s Flag Football practice on the School Soccer Field

Friday, May 25th

Noon – Field events for those who qualify for Provincials – Come see one of the PE staff at noon.

3:40 – A Girls Flag Football vs. Queen Charlotte Gold (Cornwall Turf) Take bus 171

4:30 – A Girls Flag Football vs. Birchwood (Cornwall Turf) 

 

CAFETERIA

Beef Macaroni served with Caesar salad and garlic breadstick $5.25

3 Cheese pizza slice served with Caesar salad and juice cup $5.00

½ Ham and cheddar wrap with side pasta salad $4.50

 CAVENDISH FARM FRY WAGON UPCOMING SCHEDULE:

Tuesday May 22

Tuesday May 29

Tuesday, June 12 and Monday, June 18  

 Bonshaw Ceilidh Sunday ​​May 27

The monthly Ceilidh Concert at the Bonshaw Hall will be Sunday, May 27  from 2 – 4 pm. Performers include special musical guests  Island Girls

(DonnaLee Perry, Alice Gallant and Sadie Perry) and singer/songwriters David MacKay and Evan Martin. Plus regulars Herb MacDonald, Andrea Corder, Phil Pineau and Tony the Troubador.  50/50 draw, cookies & tea, and open mic. Admission is by donation with proceeds going to the PEI Chapter of the Canadian ​​Hard of Hearing Association. All ages welcome; accessible for small wheelchairs. For more information phone 902-675-4093 or check the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/592420241122311/

 

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Tuesday, May 22, 2018 Day 5

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

 Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018  Day 5

 A teacher affects eternity…

..for she never knows

Where her influence will end

Congratulations and thank you to Lise Deveau for her exceptional teaching enthusiasm and dedication.  Lise has devoted endless after school hours for many years so her students can further explore their wonders of science. Last evening her student, Sophie MacDonald was awarded Silver at the Canada-Wide Science Fair held in Ottawa.  466 projects competed across the country and Sophie’s project Drug Discovery from Actinobacteria Using a Temperature-Dependant Culture Mimic Approach won silver. Congratulations to both of them on this huge achievement.

 ***The Library will continue to be a Zen Zone for the rest of the year. This idea has been quite positive for the library environment this week and so, it will continue. Students are encouraged to study, complete their work quietly, conduct research, or grab a coloring sheet if they wish, while using this space. As always, students are asked to be respectful of the space and of those around them.

 

Congrats to Lily MacLeod and Meghan Runge as they participated in the PEI School Athletic Association’s Triathalon on Monday.

Tuesday, May 22nd

Noon – Field events for those who qualify for Provincials (Top 4 at last week’s meet – the list is in the lobby) – Come see one of the PE staff at noon.

3:30 – 5:00 – Girl’s Flag Football Practice – School Field

3:40 – AA Boy’s Flag Football vs. Stonepark (Cornwall Turf) Take bus 171.

4:30 – AA Boy’s Flag Football vs. Birchwood (Cornwall Turf)

Wednesday, May 23rd

Noon – Field events for those who qualify for Provincials – Come see one of the PE staff at noon.

3:30 – 5:00 – Girl’s Flag Football practice on the School Soccer Field

4:30 – A Boy’s Flag Football vs. Stonepark (Cornwall Turf) – take bus 171

3:15 – 4:30 – Track – Outside

Thursday, May 24th

Noon – Field events for those who qualify for Provincials – Come see one of the PE staff at noon.

3:15 – 4:30 – Track – Outside

3:30 – AA Girls Flag Football vs. Queen Charlotte (Cornwall Turf) Take bus 171.

7:30 – AA Girls Flag Football vs. Montague (**Francois Buote) Parents transport.

4:30 – 6:00 – Boy’s Flag Football practice on the School Soccer Field

Friday, May 25th

Noon – Field events for those who qualify for Provincials – Come see one of the PE staff at noon.

3:40 – A Girls Flag Football vs. Queen Charlotte Gold (Cornwall Turf) Take bus 171

4:30 – A Girls Flag Football vs. Birchwood (Cornwall Turf) 

 CAFETERIA

Soft beef taco served with Mexican rice and corn $5.25

Taco baked potato with side garden salad and juice $5.00

Egg salad with homemade soup of the day $4.50

 CAVENDISH FARM FRY WAGON UPCOMING SCHEDULE:

Tuesday May 22

Tuesday May 29

Tuesday, June 12 and Monday, June 18  

 

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Friday, May 18th, 2018 Day 3

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

 Friday, May 18, 2018 Day 4

 MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK AT EAST WILTSHIRE SCHOOL

 Library will be a Zen Zone this week during both lunches. Come and enjoy some coloring/journaling and having quiet time.

  • PeerHelpers have a “What makes you happy – What makes you smile” bulletin board in the Lobby. All students and staff are encouraged to contribute.

 ***The Library will continue to be a Zen Zone for the rest of the year. This idea has been quite positive for the library environment this week and so, it will continue. Students are encouraged to study, complete their work quietly, conduct research, or grab a coloring sheet if they wish, while using this space. As always, students are asked to be respectful of the space and of those around them.

Photography Club is cancelled for this week will resume next week on Wednesday instead of Tuesday.

 Ten keen EWS students wrote the University of Waterloo Grade 7,8 Gauss math contest yesterday. I would like to thank the following students for their participation:  Zoe Rankin-Myshrall, Kalan Rattry, Stephanie Angel, Payton Smith, Lilia Herbert, Kamelia Babaii, Nathan Gallant, Lauralynn Trainor, Madeline Iwankow, and Ethan Bottomley-Mason. Stephanie scored the highest aggregate in grade 7 while Ethan registered the highest in grade 8! Congratulations! I would like to meet with all ten students at the beginning of period 4 in Mr.Rogerson’s room.

Sports results from yesterday:

AA Girls Flag Football:

Defeated Gulf Shore 48 – 6

Defeated Stonepark 43 – 20

Defeated Birchwood 48 – 7

Next practice is next Tuesday after school.

Great job girls – many of you worked hard all day at Track and Field

Girl’s Softball:

Lost a barn burner to Queen Charlotte # 1 14 – 13

Players of the game were Winter Walsh and Carmen Seaman

Track and Field

Results will be posted this morning in the lobby.  Great job by our team.

CAFETERIA

Spaghetti with Jumbo turkey meatball and sauce.  Served with Caesar salad $5.25

Garlic wedge with side salad and juice $5.00

Chicken salad sandwich with homemade soup of the day $4.50

 CAVENDISH FARM FRY WAGON UPCOMING SCHEDULE:

Tuesday May 22

Tuesday May 29

Tuesday, June 12 and Monday, June 18  

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Thursday, May 17, 2018 Day 3

ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Day 2

 MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK AT EAST WILTSHIRE SCHOOL

  • Library will be a Zen Zone this week during both lunches. Come and enjoy some coloring/journaling and having quiet time.
  • PeerHelpers have a “What makes you happy – What makes you smile” bulletin board in the Lobby. All students and staff are encouraged to contribute.

 Photography Club is cancelled for this week will resume next week on Wednesday instead of Tuesday.

 Ten keen EWS students wrote the University of Waterloo Grade 7,8 Gauss math contest yesterday. I would like to thank the following students for their participation:  Zoe Rankin-Myshrall, Kalan Rattry, Stephanie Angel, Payton Smith, Lilia Herbert, Kamelia Babaii, Nathan Gallant, Lauralynn Trainor, Madeline Iwankow, and Ethan Bottomley-Mason. Stephanie scored the highest aggregate in grade 7 while Ethan registered the highest in grade 8! Congratulations! I would like to meet with all ten students at the beginning of period 4 in Mr.Rogerson’s room.

Thursday, May 17th

3:40 – A Girls Flag Football vs. Gulf Shore (Cornwall Turf) Take bus 171.

4:30 – A Girl’s Flag Football vs. Stonepark (Cornwall Turf)

6:20 – A Girl’s Flag Football vs. Birchwood **Francois Buote – Travel with Parents

Boys Flag Football 4:45 to 6:15 (EWS)

Track and Field3 at UPEI all day.  Leaving by bus at 9:15

Girls Softball vs QC1 at 4:30 – East Wiltshire Field

CAFETERIA

Teriyaki Chicken served with rice and hot vegetables $5.25

Baked chicken nuggets with baked potato wedges and juice $5.00

½ Turkey and cheddar wrap with homemade soup of the day $4.50

 CAVENDISH FARM FRY WAGON UPCOMING SCHEDULE:

Tuesday May 22

Tuesday May 29

Tuesday, June 12 and Monday, June 18  

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Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Day 2

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Day 2

 MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK AT EAST WILTSHIRE SCHOOL

  • Library will be a Zen Zone this week during both lunches. Come and enjoy some coloring/journaling and having quiet time.
  • PeerHelpers have a “What makes you happy – What makes you smile” bulletin board in the Lobby. All students and staff are encouraged to contribute.
  • Wednesdays Parent Information Session with Grant Matheson cancelled.

 Photography Club is cancelled for this week will resume next week.

 Acrylic Painting after school today until 5:00pm. This will be the last day to join!!!

Wednesday, May 16th

3:40 – A Boy’s Flag Football vs. Vernon River (Cornwall Turf) Take bus 171.

4:30 – A Boy’s Flag Football vs. Queen Charlotte

Noon – High Jump Practice

3:15 – 4:30 – Track – Outside

3:30 – 4:45 – Girl’s Flag football Practice

Congrats to the girl’s softball team as they defeated Stonepark for the first time in three years.  The score was 11-8.  Ashley Cullen was the winning pitcher and the 2 players of the game were Cora Annear and Charli Arsenault.

 

There will be a meeting of all Track and Field participants who are going to the Track meet tomorrow at UPEI.  The meeting will be in the Cafeteria.  There will be an announcement to call athletes down.

  CAFETERIA

Pasta bake served with Caesar salad and garlic breadstick $5.25

3 Cheese pizza slice served with Caesar salad and juice $5.00

½ Ham and cheddar wrap with side pasta salad $4.50

 CAVENDISH FARM FRY WAGON UPCOMING SCHEDULE:

Tuesday May 22

Tuesday May 29

Tuesday, June 12 and Monday, June 18  

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