Friday, September 20th, 2019 Day 5

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, September 20th, 2019 Day 5

 REMINDER TO STUDENTS PLEASE BRING IN YOUR INFORMATION FORMS ASAP      

 Students in grade 8 and 9 who have all of their forms and their permission slip to go to the store passed in, can leave school grounds at lunch.  You are reminded this is a privilege that can be revoked.  Students should be using the sidewalk and crosswalk with the crossing light and you must respect private property. Please ensure you garbage is properly disposed of. 

It’s time again for the annual “DRIVE AWAY HUNGER” food drive. East Wiltshire students and staff generously donated 956 lbs of food last year to help The Charlottetown Food Bank! Mrs. MacKinley Curran’s class will be dropping off collection bags to classrooms today. Students are encouraged, if possible, to donate 1 food item to this great cause. STARTING MONDAY STUDENTS WILL BE VISITING HOMEROOMS TO PICKUP DONATIONS.(All next week students can bring in food donations to their homeroom teacher). The 2 classes that collect the most food will win an ice cream sandwich party! The most food our school collected was 1216.4 lbs in 2016!! Let’s get collecting to help others!                 

 HOCKEY ACADEMY : Grade 8/9 will start on ice September 26th.  Grade 7 start at Synergy Fitness October 2nd.

 BAND:  We are off to a really positive start in the band area!  

Parents and students are asked to visit the East Wiltshire Band Blog for up-to-date information about the band program: https://eastwiltband.wordpress.com

Please enter your e-mail on the home page in order to follow the blog and receive e-mail notifications when new posts are added.

Early morning band rehearsals will begin next week for grade 9 band, grade 8 band and grade 7 concert bands.  Jazz band will begin the following week, with the first rehearsal on Monday, Sept. 23rd.

 Upcoming band rehearsals:

Monday, Sept. 23: (7:45-8:45):  1st Jazz Band Rehearsal

 ATHLETICS

Friday, September 20

No Practices – Have a great weekend, everyone.

 BOYS VOLLEYBALL – The Boys Volleyball team won versus Stonepark by 3-0. Congratulations great time had by all!

 INTRAMURALS: Outside today. The gym will be closed during lunch.

  CROSS COUNTRY. New runners welcome to join! Regular schedule  . Please meet at the gym doors. Regular schedule MONDAY, TUES AND THURS practices. No experience needed. All Students are welcome to join.

CAFETERIA:  DAILY SPECIALS

Honey Garlic Baked Pork Chop $5.75

Ham & Cheese Breakfast Sandwich w/fruit salad & Juice $5.25

Chicken salad sandwich with homemade soup of the day $4.75

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Thursday, September 19th, 2019 Day 4

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, September 19th, 2019 Day 4

 REMINDER TO STUDENTS PLEASE BRING IN YOUR INFORMATION FORMS ASAP      

 Students in grade 8 and 9 who have all of their forms and their permission slip to go to the store passed in, can leave school grounds at lunch.  You are reminded this is a privilege that can be revoked.  Students should be using the sidewalk and crosswalk with the crossing light and you must respect private property. Please ensure you garbage is properly disposed of. 

 It’s time again for the annual “DRIVE AWAY HUNGER” food drive. East Wiltshire students and staff generously donated 956 lbs of food last year to help The Charlottetown Food Bank! Mrs. MacKinley Curran’s class will be dropping off collection bags to classrooms today. Students are encouraged, if possible, to donate 1 food item to this great cause. All next week students can bring in food donations to their homeroom teacher. The 2 classes that collect the most food will win an ice cream sandwich party! The most food our school collected was 1216.4 lbs in 2016!! Let’s get collecting to help others!                 

 HOCKEY ACADEMY : Grade 8/9 will start on ice September 26th.  Grade 7 start at Synergy Fitness October 2nd.

 LIBRARY MONITORS:  Ms. Perry is looking for a few responsible students who would be interested in volunteering in the Library during lunch time and possibly meeting for small projects after school, on occasion. If interested, please sign up in the library and indicate your homeroom and which lunch you are on (Grade 7/8 Lunch or Grade 8/9 Lunch). Please sign up before Friday, September 20th.

3D Modeling and 3D Printing

 Any students interested in trying 3D Modeling and eventually having models printed on our new 3D printer are encouraged to stop down to chat with Mr. Casey in Room 704.  In addition, you can start your MAKER journey by visiting TinkerCAD.com and watching Youtube video tutorials on TinkerCAD, the Creality Ender 3 3D Printer and PLA Filament.  The bed on our 3D printer is 230mm x 230mm x 250mm for reference.

  BAND:  We are off to a really positive start in the band area!  

Parents and students are asked to visit the East Wiltshire Band Blog for up-to-date information about the band program: https://eastwiltband.wordpress.com  

Please enter your e-mail on the home page in order to follow the blog and receive e-mail notifications when new posts are added.

Early morning band rehearsals will begin next week for grade 9 band, grade 8 band and grade 7 concert bands.  Jazz band will begin the following week, with the first rehearsal on Monday, Sept. 23rd.

 Would all students who play large instruments (low brass and French horn) please meet Mrs. Peters in the band room at 12:28 today for a short meeting? We will be organizing the home instruments at that time.

  Upcoming band rehearsals:

Friday, Sept. 20: (7:45-8:45):  Grade 7 Band

Monday, Sept. 23: (7:45-8:45):  1st Jazz Band Rehearsal

 ATHLETICS

 *** Any student who plans to try out for school teams, MUST pick up a permission form for their sport or sports and have them filled in by parents or guardians AND RETURN TO YOUR COACH AT YOUR FIRST PRACTICE.  The forms are located on the wall outside Ms. Sanderson’s office.

 Thursday, September 19

4:15            Field Hockey – Game @ SIS – Travel with parents

4:00            Boys Volleyball – Game @ Stonepark – Travel by Taxis

4:15            Boys Soccer – Game vs. Queen Charlotte – Soccer Turf – Take bus 171

4:15            Girls Soccer  – Game @ Queen Charlotte – Simmons – Travel by Taxi

5:00 – 6:30    AA Girls Volleyball Practice

Friday, September 20

No Practices – Have a great weekend, everyone.

 INTRAMURALS: Outside today. The gym will be closed during lunch.

  CROSS COUNTRY:  CROSS COUNTRY Running today from 3:10-4:10. New runners welcome to join! Regular schedule  MONDAY, TUES AND THURS practices. . Please meet at the gym doors. No experience needed. All Students are welcome to join.

CAFETERIA:  DAILY SPECIALS

Roast Beef Dinner $5.75

Baked Chicken Nuggets with Baked potato wedges and Juice $5.25

½ Turkey & Cheddar wrap with soup $4.75

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Wednesday, September 18th, 2019 Day 3

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, September 18th, 2019 Day 3

 MEET THE STAFF NIGHT TONIGHT @ 7:00PM.

 REMINDER TO STUDENTS PLEASE BRING IN YOUR INFORMATION FORMS ASAP      

 Students in grade 8 and 9 who have all of their forms and their permission slip to go to the store passed in, can leave school grounds at lunch.  You are reminded this is a privilege that can be revoked.  Students should be using the sidewalk and crosswalk with the crossing light and you must respect private property. Please ensure you garbage is properly disposed of. 

 It’s time again for the annual “DRIVE AWAY HUNGER” food drive. East Wiltshire students and staff generously donated 956 lbs of food last year to help The Charlottetown Food Bank! Mrs. MacKinley Curran’s class will be dropping off collection bags to classrooms today. Students are encouraged, if possible, to donate 1 food item to this great cause. All next week students can bring in food donations to their homeroom teacher. The 2 classes that collect the most food will win an ice cream sandwich party! The most food our school collected was 1216.4 lbs in 2016!! Let’s get collecting to help others!                 

 HOCKEY ACADEMY :Meeting for all members of the Hockey Academy today, Day 3,Period 6 in the cafeteria extension.  Grade 8/9 will start on ice September 26th.  Grade 7 start at Synergy Fitness October 2nd.

 Golf Club-  Thursday September 19th, 2019 the Golf Club will be traveling on Bus 612.  Leaving at 12:30

Please pass in your permission form by Wednesday to Mr. Currie (724) if any questions see Mr. Currie.  Cost – $10 for 9 holes, $5 for bussing and $5 for students who would like to rent clubs.

 LIBRARY MONITORS:  Ms. Perry is looking for a few responsible students who would be interested in volunteering in the Library during lunch time and possibly meeting for small projects after school, on occasion. If interested, please sign up in the library and indicate your homeroom and which lunch you are on (Grade 7/8 Lunch or Grade 8/9 Lunch). Please sign up before Friday, September 20th.

3D Modeling and 3D Printing  Any students interested in trying 3D Modeling and eventually having models printed on our new 3D printer are encouraged to stop down to chat with Mr. Casey in Room 704.  In addition, you can start your MAKER journey by visiting TinkerCAD.com and watching Youtube video tutorials on TinkerCAD, the Creality Ender 3 3D Printer and PLA Filament.  The bed on our 3D printer is 230mm x 230mm x 250mm for reference.

 BAND:  We are off to a really positive start in the band area!  

Parents and students are asked to visit the East Wiltshire Band Blog for up-to-date information about the band program: https://eastwiltband.wordpress.com  Please enter your e-mail on the home page in order to follow the blog and receive e-mail notifications when new posts are added. Early morning band rehearsals will begin next week for grade 9 band, grade 8 band and grade 7 concert bands.  Jazz band will begin the following week, with the first rehearsal on Monday, Sept. 23rd.

 Would all students who play large instruments (low brass, French horn) please meet Mrs. Peters in the band room during attendance time tomorrow (Thursday).  We will be organizing the home instruments at that time.

 Upcoming band rehearsals:

Thursday, Sept.19:  (7:45-8:45): Grade 9 Band

Friday, Sept. 20: (7:45-8:45):  Grade 7 Band

Monday, Sept. 23: (7:45-8:45):  1st Jazz Band Rehearsal

 ATHLETICS

 *** Any student who plans to try out for school teams, MUST pick up a permission form for their sport or sports and have them filled in by parents or guardians AND RETURN TO YOUR COACH AT YOUR FIRST PRACTICE.  The forms are located on the wall outside Ms. Sanderson’s office.

 Wednesday, September 18

4:15            Field Hockey – Game @ Montague Int. – Travel with                             parents

3:20 – 4:45    Boys Volleyball practice

                           Boys Soccer practice – Cornwall Soccer Turf – Take                              bus 171

                          Girls Soccer practice – EWS field

5:00 – 6:30    Girls Volleyball practice – AA Team only

Thursday, September 19

4:15            Field Hockey – Game @ SIS – Travel with parents

3:20 – 4:45    Boys Volleyball practice

                 Boys Soccer – Game vs. Queen Charlotte – Soccer Turf –                    Take bus 171

                 Girls Soccer  – Game @ Queen Charlotte – Simmons –                         Travel by Taxi

                 5:00 – 6:30  – AA Girls Volleyball Practice

Friday, September 20

No Practices – Have a great weekend, everyone.

 INTRAMURALS: Badminton. Students, a reminder that you must be changed and wearing sneakers.

 CROSS COUNTRY:  Thursday from 3:10-4:10 this week. New runners welcome to join!  Cross country running from 3:15-4:15. Please meet at the gym doors. Regular schedule  MONDAY, TUES AND THURS practices. No experience needed. All Students are welcome to join.

CAFETERIA:  DAILY SPECIALS

Pasta bake served with Caesar salad $5.75  3 Cheese pizza slice w/Caesar salad $5.25   ½ Ham & cheddar wrap w/ side pasta salad $4.75

Community

The Canada KZ Skating School CanSkate Winter program:
Where: APM Centre in Cornwall, October 15 – March 14, 2019-20.
When: Pre-CanSkate – CanSkate Stage 1-3, Tuesday’s 4:00-4:45 & Saturday’s 1:50-2:35.
CanSkate Stage 4-6 – StarSkate, Tuesday’s 4:45-6:00 & Saturday’s 2:35-3:35.
Part time options, once a week or Full time options, twice a week are available.
CanSkate is a learn to skate program focusing on fun, participation and basic skill development.
All skaters are required to wear a CSA approved hockey helmet, mitts, warm clothing and
skates. Face cages are highly recommended for skaters under the age of 6.
Please visit our website for more information: http://www.k-intelligent.com or contact
Rona, rona@k-intelligent.com , 902-316-0786
Yun, zhangyunapple@hotmail.com , 902-316-0560
Kim, kim@k-intelligent.com , 902-213-7657

 

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Tuesday, September 17th, 2019 Day 2

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, September 17th, 2019 Day 2

 MEET THE STAFF NIGHT RESCHEDULED TO WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH @ 7:00PM.

 REMINDER TO STUDENTS PLEASE BRING IN YOUR INFORMATION FORMS ASAP                        

  Yearbook Committee: Any grade 9 students interested in applying to be a member of the yearbook committee need to complete an application form, which are located outside of Ms. Tremere-Phelan’s classroom (904). Applications are due back on Tuesday, September 17th.  Any questions please ask Ms. Tremere-Phelan, Ms. Perry or Mr. Martin

 HOCKEY ACADEMY :Meeting for all members of the Hockey Academy on Wednesday, Day 3,Period 6 in the cafeteria extension.  Grade 8/9 will start on ice September 26th.  Grade 7 start at Synergy Fitness October 2nd.

 GOLF: Please pass in your permission form by Wednesday to Mr. Currie (724) if any questions see Mr. Currie.  Cost – $10 for 9 holes, $5 for bussing and $5 for students who would like to rent clubs.

 3D Modeling and 3D Printing

 Any students interested in trying 3D Modeling and eventually having models printed on our new 3D printer are encouraged to stop down to chat with Mr. Casey in Room 704.  In addition, you can start your MAKER journey by visiting TinkerCAD.com and watching Youtube video tutorials on TinkerCAD, the Creality Ender 3 3D Printer and PLA Filament.  The bed on our 3D printer is 230mm x 230mm x 250mm for reference.

SNACK CART GRADE  7 –  Grab n’ Go Snacks will be available for purchase .  Items are .50 cents to $1.00. Will be begin on Tuesday, September 10th.  Grade 7 students are reminded at first break to remain in the grade 7 hallway.

 BAND:  We are off to a really positive start in the band area!  

Parents and students are asked to visit the East Wiltshire Band Blog for up-to-date information about the band program: https://eastwiltband.wordpress.com

Please enter your e-mail on the home page in order to follow the blog and receive e-mail notifications when new posts are added.

Early morning band rehearsals will begin next week for grade 9 band, grade 8 band and grade 7 concert bands.  Jazz band will begin the following week, with the first rehearsal on Monday, Sept. 23rd.

 Upcoming band rehearsals:

Wednesday, Sept. 18: (7:45-8:45):  Grade 8 Band

Thursday, Sept.19:  (7:45-8:45): Grade 9 Band

Friday, Sept. 20: (7:45-8:45):  Grade 7 Band

Monday, Sept. 23: (7:45-8:45):  1st Jazz Band Rehearsal

 ATHLETICS

 *** Any student who plans to try out for school teams, MUST pick up a permission form for their sport or sports and have them filled in by parents or guardians AND RETURN TO YOUR COACH AT YOUR FIRST PRACTICE.  The forms are located on the wall outside Ms. Sanderson’s office.

 After School Bussing for Field Hockey and Boys Soccer

Field Hockey members are to travel on Bus 9

Boys Soccer are to travel on Bus 171

 Tuesday, September 17

3:15 – 4:45    Field Hockey Practice – EWS field

3:20 – 4:45    Boys Volleyball Try-out

  Boys Soccer Try-outs – Soccer Turf – Take bus 171

  Girls Soccer Try-outs – – Soccer Turf – Take bus 9

5:00 – 6:30    Girls Volleyball Try-outs

 Wednesday, September 18

4:15            Field Hockey – Game @ Montague Int. – Travel with parents

3:20 – 4:45    Boys Volleyball practice

                 Boys Soccer practice – Cornwall Soccer Turf – Take bus 171

                 Girls Soccer practice – EWS field

5:00 – 6:30    Girls Volleyball practice

Thursday, September 19

4:15            Field Hockey – Game @ SIS – Travel with parents

3:20 – 4:45    Boys Volleyball practic

 Boys Soccer – Game vs. Queen Charlotte – Soccer Turf –                   Take bus 171

  Girls Soccer  – Game @ Queen Charlotte – Simmons –                       Travel with parents

5:00 – 6:30    Girls Volleyball Practice  

GRADE 9 LEADERSHIP: Application forms are available outside Ms. Sanderson office for any Grade 9 students interested in applying for the Leadership Program. The Leadership group helps organize school events during the school year (Terry Fox Run, Yuletide Yippee, Extravaganza etc.) and assist in the running of our Intramural Program.  Please return your application by Monday, September 16th.

 INTRAMURALS: Badminton. Students, a reminder that you must be changed and wearing sneakers.

CROSS COUNTRY. Today and Thursday from 3:10-4:10 this week. New runners welcome to join!  Cross country running from 3:15-4:15. Please meet at the gym doors. Regular schedule  MONDAY, TUES AND THURS practices. No experience needed. All Students are welcome to join.

CAFETERIA:  DAILY SPECIALS

Chicken Quesadilla $5.75

COMMUNITY

Volleyball Programs offered through P3 Volleyball Club

Charlottetown-area program starting mid-September for:

– female athletes in grades 6/7   For locations and registration information, visit:  http://p3volleyball.ca/

 Rodd’s Taekwondo
Your child can build their confidence while having fun learning a martial art from qualified black belt instructors. Classes start September 10 at Westwood School. Beginner classes are on Tuesday and Thursday nights
6:30-7pm (ages 5-7), 7pm-8pm (ages 8-11) and 8pm-9pm (Teens adults.
Please contact Darcy Rodd at 
roddstkd@gmail.com or 902-218-1781 for further information or check Rodd’s Taekwondo on Facebook

 The Canada KZ Skating School CanSkate Winter program:Where: APM Centre in Cornwall, October 15 – March 14, 2019-20.When: Pre-CanSkate – CanSkate Stage 1-3, Tuesday’s 4:00-4:45 & Saturday’s 1:50-2:35.CanSkate Stage 4-6 – StarSkate, Tuesday’s 4:45-6:00 & Saturday’s 2:35-3:35.Part time options, once a week or Full time options, twice a week are available.CanSkate is a learn to skate program focusing on fun, participation and basic skill development.All skaters are required to wear a CSA approved hockey helmet, mitts, warm clothing andskates. Face cages are highly recommended for skaters under the age of 6.  Please visit our website for more information: http://www.k-intelligent.com or contact

Rona, rona@k-intelligent.com , 902-316-0786

Yun, zhangyunapple@hotmail.com , 902-316-0560

Kim, kim@k-intelligent.com , 902-213-7657.

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Monday, September 16th, 2019 Day 1

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, September 16th, 2019 Day 1

 MEET THE STAFF NIGHT RESCHEDULED TO WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH @ 7:00PM.

REMINDER TO STUDENTS PLEASE BRING IN YOUR INFORMATION FORMS ASAP                        

 BUSSING:

NOTE: Any students who travel on BUS 50 SHOULD TRAVEL ON TRANSFER BUS 13

For students that transfer at Bluefield it is important that you travel on your assigned transfer bus.  If you are unsure of your assigned transfer bus please see Mrs. Smith in the grade 7 wing. Thank you

Yearbook Committee: Any grade 9 students interested in applying to be a member of the yearbook committee need to complete an application form, which are located outside of Ms. Tremere-Phelan’s classroom (904). Applications are due back on Tuesday, September 17th.  Any questions please ask Ms. Tremere-Phelan, Ms. Perry or Mr. Martin

 The library is now able to check out books! Students are allowed to check out two (2) books at a time and they are due back in three (3) weeks. If you have a book overdue you will be unable to check out books until it is returned. Please see Ms. Perry in room 807 if you have any questions. A reminder that there is no Food or Drink in the library and that chromebooks/computers will be for school work only.

The library is open the following times:

Period 4  11:50-12:23

Period 5  12:35- 1:10

A duty schedule is posted on the door to let you know the supervising teacher. 

 3D Modeling and 3D Printing :  Any students interested in trying 3D Modeling and eventually having models printed on our new 3D printer are encouraged to stop down to chat with Mr. Casey in Room 704.  In addition, you can start your MAKER journey by visiting TinkerCAD.com and watching Youtube video tutorials on TinkerCAD, the Creality Ender 3 3D Printer and PLA Filament.  The bed on our 3D printer is 230mm x 230mm x 250mm for reference.

 SNACK CART GRADE 7 –  Grab n’ Go Snacks will be available for purchase .  Items are .50 cents to $1.00. Will be begin on Tuesday, September 10th.  Grade 7 students are reminded at first break to remain in the grade 7 hallway.

GOLF: Please pass in your permission form by Wednesday to Mr. Currie (724) if any questions see Mr. Currie.  Cost – $10 for 9 holes, $5 for bussing and $5 for students who would like to rent clubs.

 BAND:  We are off to a really positive start in the band area!  

Parents and students are asked to visit the East Wiltshire Band Blog for up-to-date information about the band program: https://eastwiltband.wordpress.com

Please enter your e-mail on the home page in order to follow the blog and receive e-mail notifications when new posts are added.

Early morning band rehearsals will begin next week for grade 9 band, grade 8 band and grade 7 concert bands.  Jazz band will begin the following week, with the first rehearsal on Monday, Sept. 23rd.

 Upcoming band rehearsals:

Tuesday, Sept. 17: (7:45-8:45): Grade 9 Band

Wednesday, Sept. 18: (7:45-8:45):  Grade 8 Band

Thursday, Sept.19:  (7:45-8:45): Grade 9 Band

Friday, Sept. 20: (7:45-8:45):  Grade 7 Band

Monday, Sept. 23: (7:45-8:45):  1st Jazz Band Rehearsal

 ATHLETICS

 *** Any student who plans to try out for school teams, MUST pick up a permission form for their sport or sports and have them filled in by parents or guardians AND RETURN TO YOUR COACH AT YOUR FIRST PRACTICE.  The forms are located on the wall outside Ms. Sanderson’s office.

 After School Bussing for Field Hockey and Boys Soccer

Field Hockey members are to travel on Bus 9

Boys Soccer are to travel on Bus 171

  Monday, September 16

3:30 – 5:00    Field Hockey practice – Take bus 9 – PARENT MEETING at 5:00 in the clubhouse.

3:20 – 5:00    Girl’s Volleyball practice   

3:30 – 5:00    Boys Soccer Try-outs – Soccer Turf – Take bus 171

4:15 – 5:45    Girl’s Soccer Try-outs

5:00 – 6:30    Boys Volleyball Try-outs

Tuesday, September 17

3:15 – 4:45    Field Hockey Practice – EWS field

3:20 – 4:45    Boys Volleyball Try-outs

                  Boys Soccer Try-outs – Soccer Turf – Take bus 171

                  Girls Soccer Try-outs – – Soccer Turf – Take bus 9

5:00 – 6:30    Girls Volleyball Try-outs

 Wednesday, September 18

4:15            Field Hockey – Game @ Montague Int. – Travel with parents

3:20 – 4:45    Boys Volleyball practice

   Boys Soccer practice – Cornwall Soccer Turf – Take bus 17         Girls Soccer practice – EWS field

5:00 – 6:30    Girls Volleyball practice

Thursday, September 19

4:15            Field Hockey – Game @ SIS – Travel with parents

3:20 – 4:45    Boys Volleyball practice

                 Boys Soccer – Game vs. Queen Charlotte – Soccer Turf –                     Take bus 171

                 Girls Soccer  – Game @ Queen Charlotte – Simmons –                         Travel with parents

5:00 – 6:30    Girls Volleyball Practice

 GRADE 9 LEADERSHIP: Application forms are available outside Ms. Sanderson office for any Grade 9 students interested in applying for the Leadership Program. The Leadership group helps organize school events during the school year (Terry Fox Run, Yuletide Yippee, Extravaganza etc.) and assist in the running of our Intramural Program.  Please return your application by Monday, September 16th.

 INTRAMURALS: Outdoors.

 CROSS COUNTRY: No cross country running today. It will resume tomorrow and Thursday from 3:10-4:10 this week. New runners welcome to join!  Cross country running from 3:15-4:15. Please meet at the gym doors. Regular schedule  MONDAY, TUES AND THURS practices. No experience needed. All Students are welcome to join.

CAFETERIA:  DAILY SPECIALS

Sweet & Sour Meatballs $5.75

COMMUNITY

Volleyball Programs offered through P3 Volleyball Club

Charlottetown-area program starting mid-September for:

– female athletes in grades 6/7   For locations and registration information, visit:  http://p3volleyball.ca/

 Rodd’s Taekwondo
Your child can build their confidence while having fun learning a martial art from qualified black belt instructors. Classes start September 10 at Westwood School. Beginner classes are on Tuesday and Thursday nights 6:30-7pm (ages 5-7), 7pm-8pm (ages 8-11) and 8pm-9pm (Teens adults.
Please contact Darcy Rodd at roddstkd@gmail.com or 902-218-1781 for further information or check Rodd’s Taek

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Friday, September 13th, 2019 Day 6

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday , September 13th, 2019 Day 6

 MEET THE STAFF NIGHT RESCHEDULED TO WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH @ 7:00PM.

BUSSING:

NOTE: Any students who travel on BUS 50 SHOULD TRAVEL ON TRANSFER BUS 13

For students that transfer at Bluefield it is important that you travel on your assigned transfer bus.  If you are unsure of your assigned transfer bus please see Mrs. Smith in the grade 7 wing. Thank you

 Yearbook Committee: Any grade 9 students interested in applying to be a member of the yearbook committee need to complete an application form, which are located outside of Ms. Tremere-Phelan’s classroom (904). Applications are due back on Tuesday, September 17th.  Any questions please ask Ms. Tremere-Phelan, Ms. Perry or Mr. Martin

 The library is now able to check out books! Students are allowed to check out two (2) books at a time and they are due back in three (3) weeks. If you have a book overdue you will be unable to check out books until it is returned. Please see Ms. Perry in room 807 if you have any questions. A reminder that there is no Food or Drink in the library and that chromebooks/computers will be for school work only.

 The library is open the following times:

Period 4  11:50-12:23

Period 5  12:35- 1:10

A duty schedule is posted on the door to let you know the supervising teacher. 

 EWS GOLF CLUB / TEAM:  The EWS Golf Club is going to be playing a fun round of golf Thursday (Sept 19th) next week if the weather cooperates. Students wanting to play will need to get their permission form signed and passed into Mr. Currie (Room 724) or Mrs. Campbell (Room 804) ASAP. This will also serve as a tryout for the EWS golf team. Students wanting to tryout will also play at this time and declare they are trying to make the team before teeing off. This will be the only tryout.

 SNACK CART GRADE 7 –  Grab n’ Go Snacks will be available for purchase .  Items are .50 cents to $1.00. Will be begin on Tuesday, September 10th.  Grade 7 students are reminded at first break to remain in the grade 7 hallway.

 BAND:  We are off to a really positive start in the band area!  

Parents and students are asked to visit the East Wiltshire Band Blog for up-to-date information about the band program: https://eastwiltband.wordpress.com

Please enter your e-mail on the home page in order to follow the blog and receive e-mail notifications when new posts are added.

Early morning band rehearsals will begin next week for grade 9 band, grade 8 band and grade 7 concert bands.  Jazz band will begin the following week, with the first rehearsal on Monday, Sept. 23rd.

 Upcoming band rehearsals:

Tuesday, Sept. 17: (7:45-8:45): Grade 9 Band

Wednesday, Sept. 18: (7:45-8:45):  Grade 8 Band

Thursday, Sept.19:  (7:45-8:45): Grade 9 Band

Friday, Sept. 20: (7:45-8:45):  Grade 7 Band

Monday, Sept. 23: (7:45-8:45):  1st Jazz Band Rehearsal

 ATHLETICS

 *** Any student who plans to try out for school teams, MUST pick up a permission form for their sport or sports and have them filled in by parents or guardians AND RETURN TO YOUR COACH AT YOUR FIRST PRACTICE.  The forms are located on the wall outside Ms. Sanderson’s office.

 

After School Bussing for Field Hockey and Boys Soccer

Field Hockey members are to travel on Bus 9

Boys Soccer are to travel on Bus 171

 

Monday, September 16

 

3:30 – 5:00    Field Hockey practice – Take bus 9 – PARENT MEETING at 5:00 in the clubhouse.

3:20 – 5:00    Girl’s Volleyball practice   

3:30 – 5:00    Boys Soccer Try-outs – Soccer Turf – Take bus 171

4:15 – 5:45    Girl’s Soccer Try-outs

5:00 – 6:30    Boys Volleyball Try-outs

Tuesday, September 17

3:15 – 4:45    Field Hockey Practice – EWS field

3:20 – 4:45    Boys Volleyball Try-outs

                  Boys Soccer Try-outs – Soccer Turf – Take bus 171

                  Girls Soccer Try-outs – – Soccer Turf – Take bus 9

5:00 – 6:30    Girls Volleyball Try-outs

 Wednesday, September 18

4:15            Field Hockey – Game @ Montague Int. – Travel with parents

3:20 – 4:45    Boys Volleyball practice

                 Boys Soccer practice – Cornwall Soccer Turf – Take bus 171

                 Girls Soccer practice – EWS field

5:00 – 6:30    Girls Volleyball practice

 

Thursday, September 19

4:15            Field Hockey – Game @ SIS – Travel with parents

3:20 – 4:45    Boys Volleyball practice

                 Boys Soccer – Game vs. Queen Charlotte – Soccer Turf – Take bus 171

                 Girls Soccer  – Game @ Queen Charlotte – Simmons – Travel with parents

5:00 – 6:30    Girls Volleyball Practice

 

         

 

GRADE 9 LEADERSHIP: Application forms are available outside Ms. Sanderson office for any Grade 9 students interested in applying for the Leadership Program. The Leadership group helps organize school events during the school year (Terry Fox Run, Yuletide Yippee, Extravaganza etc.) and assist in the running of our Intramural Program.  Please return your application by Monday, September 16th.

 

INTRAMURALS: Outdoors

 

CROSS COUNTRY:.  Cross country running from 3:15-4:15. Please meet at the gym doors. Will be running MONDAY, TUES AND THURS practices. No experience needed. All Students are welcome to join.

 

 CAFETERIA:  DAILY SPECIALS

Chicken Stir-Fry $5.75

COMMUNITY

Volleyball Programs offered through P3 Volleyball Club

Charlottetown-area program starting mid-September for:

– female athletes in grades 6/7   For locations and registration information, visit:  http://p3volleyball.ca/

 

Rodd’s Taekwondo
Your child can build their confidence while having fun learning a martial art from qualified black belt instructors. Classes start September 10 at Westwood School. Beginner classes are on Tuesday and Thursday nights
6:30-7pm (ages 5-7), 7pm-8pm (ages 8-11) and 8pm-9pm (Teens adults.
Please contact Darcy Rodd at 
roddstkd@gmail.com or 902-218-1781 for further information or check Rodd’s Taekwondo on Facebook.

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Wednesday, September 11th, 2019 Day 4

UPDATE: Due to the weather try-outs for girls’ field hockey, girls’ soccer and boys’ soccer are cancelled for today and will go tomorrow. 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday , September 11th, 2019 Day 4

STUDENT INFORMATION FORM PACKAGES : PLEASE HAVE ALL FORMS RETURNED TO HOMEROOM TEACHERS BY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11TH

 3D Printing:The following students who went to Holland College with Mr. Casey last spring are asked to see him sometime today at break, 2nd Lunch or afterschool before the buses roll:  Griffin Jameson , Sam Foster , Luc Bassaler Merpillat, Zoe Rankin Myshrall, Lucas Ford, Riker Campbell , Kalan Rattray, Colton Green.

 BUSSING:

NOTE: Any students who travel on BUS 50 SHOULD TRAVEL ON TRANSFER BUS 13

For students that transfer at Bluefield it is important that you travel on your assigned transfer bus.  If you are unsure of your assigned transfer bus please see Mrs. Smith in the grade 7 wing. Thank you

 Yearbook Committee: Any grade 9 students interested in applying to be a member of the yearbook committee need to complete an application form, which are located outside of Ms. Tremere-Phelan’s classroom (904). Applications are due back on Tuesday, September 17th.  Any questions please ask Ms. Tremere-Phelan, Ms. Perry or Mr. Martin

 The library is now able to check out books! Students are allowed to check out two (2) books at a time and they are due back in three (3) weeks. If you have a book overdue you will be unable to check out books until it is returned. Please see Ms. Perry in room 807 if you have any questions. A reminder that there is no Food or Drink in the library and that chromebooks/computers will be for school work only.

 The library is open the following times:

Period 4  11:50-12:23

Period 5  12:35- 1:10

A duty schedule is posted on the door to let you know the supervising teacher. 

 

BREAKFAST PROGRAM RESUMING: Tuesday, September 10th:

A variety of hot and cold breakfast options are available for students when they enter the school in the morning.

 BREAKFAST PROGRAM VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:

We are looking for additional community and student volunteers to ensure our phenomenal breakfast program at EWS can continue to be offered on a consistent basis.

If you can help, please leave a message in the school office.

 *Duke of Edinburgh volunteer hours (Gr. 9), can be earned through the breakfast program.

 SNACK CART GRADE 7 –  Grab n’ Go Snacks will be available for purchase .  Items are .50 cents to $1.00. Will be begin on Tuesday, September 10th.  Grade 7 students are reminded at first break to remain in the grade 7 hallway.

 ATHLETICS

 *** Any student who plans to try out for school teams, MUST pick up a permission form for their sport or sports and have them filled in by parents or guardians AND RETURN TO YOUR COACH AT YOUR FIRST PRACTICE.  The forms are located on the wall outside Ms. Sanderson’s office.

 After School Bussing for Field Hockey and Boys Soccer

Field Hockey members are to travel on Bus 9

Boys Soccer are to travel on Bus 171

 Wednesday, September 11

3:30 – 5:00    Field Hockey Try-outs – Football Turf – Take Bus #9

3:20 – 4:45    Boys Volleyball Try-outs

3:30 – 5:00    Boys Soccer Try-outs – Soccer Turf – Take bus # 171

                  Girls Soccer Try-outs

5:00-6:30      Girls Volleyball Tryouts

Thursday, September 12

3:15 – 4:15    Cross Country Running – Doors by the soccer field.

3:30 – 4:45    Field Hockey Try-outs – Football Turf – Take Bus #9

3:30 – 5:00    Girls Volleyball Try-outs

                  Boys Soccer Try-outs – Soccer Turf – Take bus # 171

                  Girls Soccer Try-outs

                   

5:00 – 6:30  Boys Volleyball Try-outs

 INTRAMURALS: The gym is open today and the activity will be Badminton. Students interested in playing should go to the gym at the beginning of their lunch to sign up. Participants must be changed and wearing sneakers.

 CROSS COUNTRY:.  Cross country running from 3:15-4:15. Please meet at the gym doors with permission slips in hand today! MONDAY, TUES AND THURS running practice. No experience needed. All Students are welcome to join Cross Country.

CAFETERIA:  DAILY SPECIALS

Chicken Fettucine alfredo with whole wheat breadstick w/Caesar salad $5.75

 COMMUNITY

Volleyball Programs offered through P3 Volleyball Club

Charlottetown-area program starting mid-September for:

– female athletes in grades 6/7   For locations and registration information, visit:  http://p3volleyball.ca/

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